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Frame, Archibald, Jr., 1871-1930



  • Existence: 1871-1930

Biographical History

Archibald Frame, Jr. (1871-1930) was a member of The Church of Latter-day Saints and a counselor in the bishopric of the Taylorsville Ward in Utah for fifteen years.

Archibald Frame, Jr. was born in February 1871 at Salt Lake City to parents Archibald Frame, Sr. and Janet Dick. In 1892 he married Minnie Webster and together they had seven children, however, in 1929, they experienced the death of their oldest daughter. Frame served in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as a counselor in the Taylorsville Ward bishopric for fifteen years. Professionally, he worked as contractor and builder of houses and buildings in his small town. He was a lover of music and leader of the Taylorsville String Band. He played piano and violin and taught music lessons to others; in fact, he taught violin to Latter-day Saint Apostle Adam S. Bennion. He was known in his community for being exceptionally giving, kind, and charitable.

Frame died on January 16, 1930, at Taylorsville, Utah.


UPB files, Feb. 24, 2014 (music lover; played violin and piano; taught violin lessons to Adam S. Bennion; worked as contractors; built houses and buildings; lived in a small town; known for being particularly charitable)

FamilySearch, via WWW, February 24, 2014 (b. 10 February 1871 in Salt Lake City, Utah; d. 16 January 1930 in Taylorsville, Utah; married Minnie Webster on 16 November 1892 in Manti, Utah; had seven children; oldest daughter died in 1929)

GoogleBooks, via WWW, February 24, 2013 (leader of Taylorsville String Band)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Funeral services of Archibald Frame, Jr., held in the Taylorsville Ward

 Item — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 8396
Scope and Contents Photocopy of a transcription of funeral services for Archibald Frame held on January 19, 1930. The document is a full transcription of the entire services, including the main talks given by Joseph S. Bennion, Hyrum Bennion, Jr., and Mormon apostle Adam S. Bennion. There was also a talk given by the president of the Cottonwood Stake, Henry D. Moyle, who would later become an apostle. The talks feature memories of Frame, emotional support for his surviving friends and family members, spiritual...
Dates: 1930