Francis Patrick MCQUILLAN
Gender Male
Born 15 OCT 1878 - Clermont, Fayette County, Iowa
Died 31 DEC 1957 - Oakland, California
Father William Henry MCQUILLAN
Mother Bridget GALLAGHER
Family Maude Ellen KELLOGG
Married on FEB 1909 - St. Mary's Church in Beardsley, Minnesota

1. William Francis MCQUILLAN
2. Marjorie May MCQUILLAN
3. Arthur James MCQUILLAN
4. Janice Maude MCQUILLAN
5. John Edwin MCQUILLAN

Government Records
Directory of North Dakota Law Makers
McQuillan, Frank P.
( - ) Mandan
house (1915-16)

California Death Index
Social Security #: 700107901
Birth Date: 15 Oct 1878
Birthplace: IOWA
Death Date: 30 Dec 1957
Death Place: ALAMEDA
Mother's Maiden Name:
Father's Surname:

Newspaper Records
Bismarck Daily Tribune - OCT 1909

For sale Hotel McQuillan and entire fixtures, thirty-three rooms; have lease until March 20, 1911. In good order, city water and electric lights; centrally located in a three story brick building. Write or call Frank P. McQuillan. Mandan, N.D.

Bismarck Daily Tribune - 1 APR 1911

The baseball enthusiasts of the city met on Tuesday evening to make arrangements for a team the coming season. Frank P. McQuillan was chosen manager and it was decided to hire a coach.

Bismarck Daily Tribune - 17 APR 1911

Sunday afternoon representatives of the baseball teams of Bismarck, Mandan, New Salem and Glen Ullin gathered at Mandan and perfected the organization of the "Sixty-three Mile" league. ... There were present at the meeting Manager F.P. McQuillan of the Mandan team...

Bismarck Daily Tribune - 16 JUN 1911

Manager McQuillan of the Mandan Grays has arranged for a stiff schedule for his team for the next two weeks.

Bismarck Daily Tribune - 5 SEP 1914

Official List of Republican Legislative Nominees Compiled ... Thirtieth (Part of Morton) ... House ... Frank P. McQuillan

Bismarck Daily Tribune - 18 OCT 1914

Ready for the Big Game ... While Frank McQuillan has been busy getting the grounds ready for the big game, the publicity department has not been idle.

Bismarck Daily Tribune - 12 JAN 1915

Bills Introduced ... House ... H. B. No. 30, MCQuillan - Raising the pay of penitentiary field officer to $1,800 per year. Referred to the committee on state affairs.

Bismarck Daily Tribune - 20 FEB 1915

House ... Bills Reconsidered ... H. B. 457, McQuillan, increasing Mandan fair aid to $5,000. Killed.

Bismarck Daily Tribune - 22 FEB 1915

House Works Through Holiday ... Recommend to Pass ... H. B. 458, McQuillan, to amend section 287 of the Compiled Laws of 1913.

Bismarck Daily Tribune - 5 MAR 1915

House ... Bills Passed ... H. B. 458, McQuillan, relating to percentage of permanent school funds to be invested in real estate mortgages.

Bismarck Daily Tribune - 7 AUG 1917

Frank McQuillan returned home Sunday morning from Flasher and vicinity, where he had been on business for a few days.

Bismarck Daily Tribune - 28 SEP 1917

Mrs. McQuillan to Solen - Mrs. F. P. McQuillan and baby went to Solen yesterday afternoon for a few days visit with relatives.

Bismarck Daily Tribune - 9 NOV 1917

Mrs. McQuillan Here - Mrs. F. P. McQuillan has returned from Medora, where she was visting with her husband for a few days. Mrs. McQuillan will leave in the very near future for Medora to make her future home.

Bismarck Daily Tribune - 18 AUG 1924

Mr and Mrs. Frank P. McQuillan of Forsyth, Mont., were weekend vistors at the J G. McQuillan home, returning to their home last night. They made the trip by car.

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McQUILLAN, Francis P., in Oakland December 30, 1957, beloved husband of the late Maude E. McQuillan, loving father of Mrs. John Kealy, Janice, Arthur and John McQuillan; devoted grandfather of eight grandchildren. A member of the Holy Names Society of Our Lady of Laurdes Church and the Oakland Knights of Columbus No. 784.

Friends are invited to attend the funeral Friday, January 3, 1958, from the John J. Cox Piedmont Memorial Chapel, 4016 Howe Street, thence to Our Lady of Laurdes Church where a Requiem High Mass will be offered for the repose of his soul commencing at 9:30 a.m. Recitation of the Rosary Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Postville, Iowa, papers please copy.
Oakland Tribune - 2 JAN 1958

F. P. McQuillan ... [unreadable] ... Kealy and Miss Janice McQuillan, both of Piedmont, and by two sons, Oakland Police Lt. Arthur McQuillan and John McQuillan, a businessman who flew here from his position in Germany for the last rites. Eight grandchildren also survive.

Mr. McQuillan was a member of the Holy Names Society of Our Lady of Laurdes Church and of the Oakland Council of the Knights of Columbus.

Rosary will be said today at 8 p.m. at the John J. Cox Piedmont Memorial Chapel. 4016 Howe St. Interment will take place at Holy Sepulchre Cemetary.