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Frances M. Oakley


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Media Type:
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Item Type:
Photographs
Description:
Frances was one of the four children of Thomas Dean and Sarah Howard. Her brothers and sisters were Thomas, John Howard and Patience. She married Joseph Oakley in 1817 in London, England.

Following their marriage, Joseph and Frances sailed to Canada where their first son, Joseph Howard, was born on November 15, 1818 in Grimsby. The family also lived in Waterdown, East Flamborough, before moving to a farm in Trafalgar Township. Their other children were Amanda, Jennie, Elizabeth and Sylvester.

During the illness of her daughter, Amanda, Frances lived with her in Topeka, Kansas. While visiting in Chicago, on April 14, 1880, her 80th birthday, she had her photograph taken.

In the 1880 Census of Chicago, Illinois, Frances is listed as a boarder with an unrelated family. There is no information as to when she returned to Kansas.

She died there and is buried in St. George Cemetery, St. George, Pottawatamie Co., Kansas.

This photograph was taken in Chicago, IL on April 14, 1880, at age 81.
Notes:
Joseph Oakley was one of four brothers who came from England, possibly Bedford. His brothers were John, who arrived in Niagara in October 1814 and within months, was appointed the charge of Fort George's military stores. Reuben was a teacher and apothecary who married first, Elizabeth Inglehart, and then her sister Mary Inglehart Colanda with whom he is buried in Palermo United Cemetery, Trafalgar. There is no record of the fourth brother named Abraham Oakley but both John and Reuben named a son Abraham in honour of either this brother or possibly it was their father.
Inscriptions:
Grandma Oakley
Date of Publication:
14 Apr 1880
Date Of Event:
April 14, 1880
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Frances Mary (Dean) Oakley, baptized at St. Paul, Deptford, Kent, England on April 14, 1799, married Joseph Oakley on July 13, 1817 at St. Mary, Stratford Le Bow, London, England, d. December 9, 1888. Joseph Oakley was born in 1795 in England. Little information is know of him.
Local identifier:
TTOIEMB0001
Collection:
Trafalgar Township Historical Society
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • United States, United States
    Latitude: 39.76 Longitude: -98.5
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Frances M. Oakley
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Frances M. Oakley


Frances was one of the four children of Thomas Dean and Sarah Howard. Her brothers and sisters were Thomas, John Howard and Patience. She married Joseph Oakley in 1817 in London, England.

Following their marriage, Joseph and Frances sailed to Canada where their first son, Joseph Howard, was born on November 15, 1818 in Grimsby. The family also lived in Waterdown, East Flamborough, before moving to a farm in Trafalgar Township. Their other children were Amanda, Jennie, Elizabeth and Sylvester.

During the illness of her daughter, Amanda, Frances lived with her in Topeka, Kansas. While visiting in Chicago, on April 14, 1880, her 80th birthday, she had her photograph taken.

In the 1880 Census of Chicago, Illinois, Frances is listed as a boarder with an unrelated family. There is no information as to when she returned to Kansas.

She died there and is buried in St. George Cemetery, St. George, Pottawatamie Co., Kansas.

This photograph was taken in Chicago, IL on April 14, 1880, at age 81.