Gale, Frank Leonidas 16.dec.1882-31.oct.1931 USA Illinois, Lacon - Peoria
1910-1917 as married musician residing with his parents-in-law in Morris, Grundy Illinois, 1920-1924 as piano tuner residing in Bismarck North Dakota, 1921 founder/conductor of the Bismarck Choral Club, 1922 co-owner of Dakota Fine Arts Publishing Co. Bismarck which also published a magazine on musical affairs, 3.jan.1923 he conducted the audience in his song 'North Dakota' at the Legislature Ceremonies headed by Governor Nestos in Bismarck, 1929-1931 residing in Havana and Pekin Illinois, in the spring of 1929 Mr and Mrs Frank L Gale led the revival services at the Southern Methodist Church in Miami Oklahoma, 1930-1931 they stayed in Miami and led many church services and also sung solo and as tenor/contralto duet at the Southern Methodist Church, 28.dec.1930 they led a sacred song service at the Southern Methodist Church, 31.dec.1930 and the first 10 days of 1931 they were in charge of the music at the revival services with choir and 6 pianists at the Southern Methodist Church, 1931 as piano tuner residing at 10 B Street Southwest apartment 12 in Miami Oklahoma, his last residence in 1931 was as piano tuner in Granette Arkansas, 1.nov.1931 buried at Lakeside Cemetery in Pekin Illinois ; son of physician Fernando Chamberlain Gale (Vermont, Townsend 8.oct.1840-15.apr.1898 Illinois, Aurora) and Jane 'Jennie' Handwerk (New Jersey, Flemington 24.jul.1853-27.sep.1942 Pekin) ; 1908 he married Charie L Holderman (1886-), daughter Bessie N (Morris 1909-) ; 4.jun.1923 in Moorhead Minnesota he married singer/writer Martha Becker (South Dakota, Scotland 25.aug.1895-1.nov.1953 California, Sacramento)

Title Parts

[] Dakota. Song
words and music Frank L. Gale
pub in the North Dakota Parent Teachers Association Songbook. a1920

[] North Dakota. Song
probably the same as the above mentioned song Dakota
Frank L. Gale conducted the audience accompanied by the McDonald Orchestra in his song 'North Dakota' at the Legislature Ceremonies headed by Governor Ragnvald Anderson Nestos in Bismarck 3jan1923

[] Forget and remember. Song
performed by the Bismarck Choral Club, conducted by the composer at the Masonic Temple in Bismarck 10nov1921

writing: Songs of North Dakota
authors Martha B. Gale and Frank L. Gale
publisher Martha B. Gale, Bismarck, North Dakota 1920

writing: Poems of faith, toil and love. 1925
author Frank L. Gale

writing: God's pulpit, a story of southern mountains
author Frank L. Gale
published and printed by Milburn & Scott Co., Beatrice, Nebraska 1927

writing: Byse-Bice Bible records, with allied families of Livingston, Herrick and Chapin
photocopy of title pages and family record pages of 4 family Bibles
authors Mary B. Gale, Frank L. Gale, compiler Mary B. Gale
publisher Mary B. Gale, Bainbridge N.Y. ?1985

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