came originally form Hagerstown, Md., and settled in Penn's valley, east end, about the year 1793. His father, Philip Frank, was married to a sister of Judge Adam Harper. George located in Brush valley in 1813. He died in 1837, and was about fifty-eight years old; he is buried in the Reformed graveyard at Aaronsburg. He had a family of eleven children, five daughters and six sons.

Mary was married to Solomon Confer; Elizabeth to John Heizler; Sarah to Andrew Stover; and Eva to Jacob Minich. Catharine died single. Mrs. Minich is the only daughter living. All the sons are still living except David. Jacob, the oldest, aged eighty-two, lives in Sugar valley. John, George, Michael, and Samuel are the other sons. Samuel is the youngest; he lives at Rebersburg, and with his son Luther is engaged in the mercantile business at the old stand first established by Lyons Mussina in 1812.

Mr. Samuel Frank was commissioned justice of the peace March 12, 1850, and was elected to the office of associate judge of Centre County in 1876. He is married to Sarah Brungart, daughter of George Brungart, deceased. He was born April 25, 1821.

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