Millard Maurice Frohock (b. 3 Feb 1851 Lincolnville, Waldo Co., Maine - d. 28 May 1928 Bremen, Maine; bur. Glidden Cemetery, Newcastle, Maine) m. (1879 prob. Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts) Sarah Frances Atkinson (b. 2 Apr 1857 Sackville, Westmorland Co., New Brunswick - d. Mar 1949; bur. Glidden Cemetery, Newcastle, Maine).Millard and Sarah had two sons Maurice Atkinson Frohock (b. Aug 1880 Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts - d. 4 Oct 1953 St. Petersburg, Pinellas Co., Florida) and Joseph Atkinson Frohock (b. 1895 Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts - d. 1959).
While in Boston, Evelyn Chenoweth and her husband found the marriage record of Millard Frohock to Sada Frances Cole in 1879. Moreover, this marriage took place late that year (his divorce from Ella Frohock (nee French) of Linconville, Maine not being granted until after "the third Tuesday" of October that year. Millard's obituary as it appeared in the Boston Globe, May 29, 1928. It is datelined "Special Dispatch to the Globe, Damariscotta, ME" and says, "... In September of 1875 he quite the sea, went to Boston and became a conductor on the old Highland Street Railway, remaining there till 1881, when he became a passenger brakeman on the old New York and New England Railroad. On Nov. 5 of that year [he] was appointed to the Boston Police Department as a patrolman ... He was married in 1880 to Miss Sada F. Atkinson." Millard, the grandson, has felt certain that the facts contained in this "dispatch" were supplied by Sada so that in the record she wanted to present in 1928. There was no mention of any of Millard's children in the Obit.