Frances Cleaver

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  • Frances
  • Shepherd
  • Cleaver
  • Mrs. Frances Cleaver Code Fanny Code
  • Cleaver
  • James Grant Code II (Warren, Illinois December 12, 1863-July 6, 1935 Baltimore, Maryland) married 1894 or 1895
  • Grant Hyde Code, Sr. (La Crosse, Wisconsin March 2, 1896-June 28, 1974 New York, New York; Actor, teacher, dance and public-relations man. His acting debut was with Jane Cowl in "Madame X," and since appeared on Broadway in "Too Late the Phalarope," "The Legend of Lizzie" and "Dylan." His films included "The Miracle Worker" and The Young Doctors." Grant appeared on television in "The Bilko Show," "Naked City" and "Serpico." Films included "Silent Night, Bloody Night" (1974), "Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams" (1973), "The Miracle Worker" (1962), and TV series "From These Roots" (1958). Charles Joseph Code, Sr. (La Crosse, Wisconsin March 3, 1900-1966) married Anne Fairfax Porter (1905-1984); one son, Charles Jr. (1935-1980) Mary Code (January 1, 1903-May 11, 1971)
  • October 8, 1861
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • January 29, 1948
  • 1891: 3960 Ellis Ave, Chicago, Illinois

    1894: 234 S. Sixth St., LaCrosse, Wisconsin

    1895: 123 N. 9th St, LaCrosse, Wisconsin

    1912: Canton, Ohio
  • Illinois

    Wisconsin
  • Watercolorist
  • April 24-May 10,1891: Eighth Annual Exhibition, Palette Club, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Fish Houses; The Marsh; At the Ford; Meadow: The Dune; On the St. Joe; Sketch all water colors

    February 1-?, 1894: Twelfth Annual Exhibition, Palette Club, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; On the Root River, watercolor

    1895: Thirteenth Annual Exhibition, Palette Club, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; At the Flume; Willow; In La Crosse Valley – all water colors
  • Parents:  Charles Cleaver, Jr.  (Kennington, England July 21, 1814-October 27, 1893 Chicago, IL) and Mary Brookes Cleaver (England January 15, 1820-July 8, 1912 Canton, Ohio)

    10th of 11 children

     

    buried Allegheny County Memorial Park, Allison Park, Pennsylvania