Bio: Strange, Frank Jr.

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Surnames: Asp, Strange, Frank


----Vernon County censor, 5 Oct 1921, Wikipedia, 1920 Federal Census


Frank Strange Jr. resided in Curtiss, Clark Co., Wisconsin in 1921.  He was the son of Frank Strange Sr. (1846-1920) who immigrated to the United States of America in 1889 and never became a naturalized citizen. Frank Sr. died in Stoddard, Vernon Co., Wisconsin the the Fall of 1921 and Frank Jr. did attend the funeral where he visited friends and relatives, including his cousins Martha & Herman Asp.


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Obit: Strange, Frank Sr. (1846-1920)


Frank Strange died at he home of his neice, Martha M. E. Asp.


Vernon County censor, 5 Oct 1921

Stoddard was founded as a farming community. It is notable as one of the few communities along the Mississippi River that was never a trading post or a riverboat stop. The river was originally one mile west of Stoddard, but when Lock and Dam No. 8 was built in 1937, the ensuing lake flooded the lowlands, literally bringing the river to the town.Wikipedia

1920 Federal Census, Bergen, Vernon, Wisconsin

Frank Stange, 74 yr. old white male
Street Address: Genoa Romance Road
Immigration Year: 1889
Relation to Head of House: Uncle
Marital Status: Widowed
Parent's Birthplace: Germany
Native Tongue: German
Able to Speak English: Yes
Occupation: Retired
Naturalization Status: Alien
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes

Household Members
Head: Hermin Asp, 35 (1885-), b. Vernon, WI
Wife: Martha M E Asp, 27 (1893-), b. WI
Daughter: Emma M M Asp, 5 (1915-) b. WI
Son: Herbert H Asp, 1 (1920-) b. WI
Uncle*Frank Stange 74 (1846-) b. Germany



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