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  1. Frank Rockefeller c.1905 Franklin "Frank" Rockefeller (August 8, 1845 in Moravia, New York – April 15, 1917 in Cleveland, Ohio ) was an American businessman and member of the prominent Rockefeller family .

  2. Frank died in 1917 and chose to be buried outside of the Rockefeller family plot. Businessman. With the coming of the Civil War, Frank Rockefeller would enlist into the Union army at the age of 16 as a Private in Co. A of the 7th Ohio Infantry.

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  3. Frank Rockefeller continued as Vice President of the company. Frank Rockefeller refused to speak to his brothers John and William Jr. until his death, despite William attempting reconciliation in the summer of 1916. Frank said later that year "There's not the slightest possibility of a reconciliation." Frank died the following year.

  4. Jul 16, 2020 · Franklin B. Rockefeller “Rocky,” age 81, of Friendsville, Pennsylvania, passed away on Friday, July 10, 2020. Born on Aug. 5, 1938 in Sayre, Pennsylvania, he was the son of the late Mervin and Sarah (Jones) Rockefeller. Frank was a graduate of Rush High School/Elk Lake Joint High School, class of 1957.

  5. Frank Rockefeller Children. Alice Maude Rockefeller. born 1871, died 1942, age 70 (approx.) with Helen Elizabeth Rockefeller. Anna Beatrice Nash. born 1875, died 1965, age 90. with Helen Elizabeth Rockefeller. William Scofield Rockefeller. born 1877, died 1878, age 2 months.

  6. Frank Rockefeller was born on 01/26/1944 and is 77 years old. Before moving to Frank's current city of Sarasota, FL, Frank lived in Barkhamsted CT and Bradenton FL. In the past, Frank has also been known as Frank B Rockefeller. Frank's ethnicity is Caucasian, whose political affiliation is unknown; and religious views are listed as Christian.

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    • January 26, 1944
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  7. Jun 11, 2014 · The Rockefeller family was a complicated one from the beginning—father Bill Rockefeller was, at best, a glorified con man. But the relationship between the Rockefeller brothers was just as turbulent. As detailed in the massive Rockefeller biography Titan, Frank was always boisterous and wild (and John D. was always cautious and calculating).

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