First Generation

1. Frank Michael Walton1 was born on 6 August 1929 in Lewiston, Maine (Androscoggin).1,2,3 Age 8 months in April 1930. He lived in Lewiston, Maine (Androscoggin) on 11 April 1930.3 He lived in Lewiston, Maine (Androscoggin) in 1935.1 Frank lived in Lewiston, Maine (Androscoggin) in 1940.1 He graduated in 1948 in Lewiston, Maine (Androscoggin).4 He was a graduate of Lewiston High School. He lived in Korea on 15 March 1951.5 In 1954 Frank was an assistant manager in a bottling company in Lewiston, Maine (Androscoggin).6 He died on 7 July 2008 at the age of 78 in Sabattus, Maine (Androscoggin).7 He died in his sleep at home. SABATTUS - Frank M. Walton Sr., 78, of Sabattus, passed in his sleep on Monday, July 7, at his home after a long illness.

He was born in Lewiston, Aug. 6, 1929, the son of the late William J. and Ida Webb Walton. He graduated from Lewiston High School in 1948 and served his country as a Marine during the Korean War. Frank married Charlotte A. Tardiff on Oct. 16, 1954.

He worked many years at Camden Yarns and retired from Country Kitchen Bakery in 1999.

Frank was an ardent master Mason and belonged to Ashlar Lodge #105 and was a master on his lodge.

He was also a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason and was a past thrice potent master of the Valley of the Androscoggin, Lewiston Lodge of Perfection, Auburn Council Princes of Jerusalem, H.H. Dickey Chapter Rose Croix, Maine Consistory Valley of Portland. Frank was also a member of the Kora Greeters with Kora Shrine in Lewiston and AMVETS Post 213 of Durham.

He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Charlotte A. Walton of Sabattus; four children, Michael William Walton and wife, Margie, of Clinton, Patricia A. McKenzie and husband, Jeffrey, of Sabattus, Frank M. Walton Jr. of Lewiston, and David K. Walton and wife, Penny, of Lewiston; 12 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; two sisters, Doris Albert and husband, Anthony, of Lewiston and Patricia McCullough of Rumford; a brother, William Walton and wife, Ann, of Sabattus; many nieces and nephews; and some very special friends from the park.

He was predeceased by four sisters, Carolyn Atwood, Veronica Malia, Constance Bacon and Mary Nichols and by a brother, Leo Walton.