Collins, Frank C.
March 06, 2007 07:09PM
Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 7th ed.,
Kenton Co.

DR. FRANK C. COLLINS was born in Kenton County, Ky., April 13, 1860, and
is a son of Richard T. and Georgiana (Cummins) Collins, natives
respectively of Pendleton and Bourbon Counties. Richard T. Collins was
born March 10, 1820, and is a son of Richard A. and Lucy (Wilson) Collins,
of Virginia and Pendleton County, Ky. Richard A. Collins, born in 1791,
moved from Pendleton to Kenton County in 1832, and was captain of the State
militia; he was of Welsh origin, and died in 1861. Richard T. Collins has
always been engaged in farming, and in 1856 married Miss Georgiana
Cummins, of Bourbon County. She died in 1885, leaving nine children. Mr.
Collins owns ninety-four acres of land in Kenton County, and eighty-four
in Grant County. He is a member of the Christian Church, and nephew of
the historian, Collins. Dr. Frank C. Collins read medicine under Dr.
John Fenley, of Crittenden, and 1883 graduated in medicine at the Ohio
Medical College at Cincinnati. He began practicing his profession at
Crittenden, and has been very successful.

Collins Cummins Wilson Fenley
Pendleton-KY Grant-KY Bourbon-KY VA
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