Born: August 14, 1872
Died: August 30, 1954
Children: Mrs. Frances Reader, Mrs. Irene Gates
Frank Vosburgh lived at 14 East Pine Street in 1917.
Adirondack Daily Enterprise, August 31, 1954
Frank Vosburgh Dies, A life-Long Resident
Mr. Vosburgh, a life-long resident of this area, was born here 82 years ago, on Aug. 14, the son of Jason and Adelaide Miner Vosburgh. For many fears he was caretaker of the F.W. Stehr camps, in Corey's.
Surviving, besides his wife, Eva Beckman Vosburgh, are two daughters, Mrs. Frances Reader, of Saranac Lake, and Mrs. Irene Gates, of Syracuse; two half-brothers, Judge Gordon Vosburgh, of Saranac Lake, and Earl Vosburgh, of Tupper Lake. There are also two grandsons, Kenneth Lovejoy, of Gardner Mass., and Roy Gates Jr. of Schenectady and Texas. Burial will be in the Pine Ridge Cemetery.
Tupper Lake Free Press and Tupper Lake Herald, September 2, 1954
Funeral services were held yesterday at the Fortune Funeral Home, Saranac Lake, for Frank Vosburgh, 81, a well-known figure in the Tupper-Coreys area, who died about 6:16 a.m. Monday at his home at Coreys.
Burial was in Pine Ridge Cemetery at Saranac Lake.
Surviving are his wife, Eva Beckman Vosburgh of Coreys, whom he married in Tupper Lake in 1937; two daughters by an earlier marriage, Mrs. Irene Gates of Syracuse and Mrs. Florence Reader of Saranac Lake; a half-sister, Mrs. Lillian Homburger of Saranac Lake; two half-brothers, Earl Vosburgh of Tupper Lake and Gordon Vosburgh, Saranac Lake; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
His first wife, the former Mary Labeau, died in 1936. Born at Saranac Lake Aug. 14, 1872 the son of Jason and Adelaide Miner Vosburgh, he was active as a guide throughout this region as a young man. For the past 32 years he has been caretaker at the F. W. Stehr camps at Coreys