Frank ran a grocery store in Good Hope with his younger brother James.
His youngest sister Florence is my 2g-grandmother here's some of what I have on him... Any of the files referenced you are welcome to just email me requesting them.
FRANCIS MARION KISLING was born on 2 February 1860, in Adams, Ohio, USA, to William Anderson Kisling and
Amy W. Kisling [Cross], as shown in family tree 17. Francis Marion became known as “Frank”.
• He was recorded in the census (Dwelling 127, Family 130, Sheet 18, Line 13) on 23 August 1860, in Mifflin, Pike,
• He was recorded in the census (Dwelling 246, Family 245, Sheet 33, Line 37) on 5 August 1870, in Franklin, Adams,
• On 8 July 1880 he was a Laborer - Farm in Mifflin, Pike, Ohio, USA.
• He was recorded in the census (Dwelling 208, Family 208, Sheet 29, Line 3) on 8 July 1880, in Mifflin, Pike, Ohio,
• On 27 June 1900 he was a Manager - Farm in Paint, Highland, Ohio, USA.
• He was recorded in the census (Dwelling 278, Family 288, Sheet 13B, Line 1) on 27 June 1900, in Paint, Highland,
• On 19 April 1910 he was a Merchant - General store in Wayne, Fayette, Ohio, USA.
• On 19 April 1910 he resided at Lyndon Pike, Ohio, United States.
• He was recorded in the census (Dwelling 47, Family 48, Sheet 3A, Line 1) on 19 April 1910, in Wayne, Fayette, Ohio,
• Frank died (Influenza ) on 2 February 1919 in Good Hope, Wayne, Fayette, Ohio, USA.
• He was buried (Section 2) on 4 February 1919 in Good Hope Cemetery, Good Hope, Wayne, Fayette, Ohio, USA.
Three images relate to Francis Marion Kisling. See: Place of Rest 104; Documents 143-144.
• Source 117 (Census on 23 August 1860; Census on 5 August 1870; Census on 8 July 1880; Occupation on 27 June 1900; Census on
27 June 1900; Occupation on 19 April 1910; Census on 19 April 1910).
• Source 90 (Death).
• Source 123 on 3 February 1919
Death Summons Frank M. Kisling
Mr. Frank M. Kisling will known store keeper of Good Hope, ided Sunday afternoon at 3:45 o’clock on his fifty-ninth birthday
following an extended illness.
For more than twelve years Mr. Kisling operated the Kisling General Store, in Good Hope. His brother Mr. James Kisling who was
associated in business with him died about one year ago.
Mr. Kisling was particularly well liked and had many friends who are sympathizing with the wife and daughter, Mrs. Asa Murray in
Mrs. Charles Nelson of East Paint Street this city is a sister.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock from the M. E. church in Good Hope. Burial will be made in the Good
Transcribed 4, Nov. 2013 by D. Williams
• Source 90 (Burial).