Descendent Families
Dr. John Franklin Bobbitt

Timeline

02/16/1876. Birth
English, Crawford County, Indiana, USA

-1/90/1893. Teaching in rural schools
Indiana

1901. Graduates Indiana University
Indiana

-1/90/1902. Teaching in the Philippines
Manila, Calabarzon, Philippines

01/00/1902. Moves to teach at the Manila Normal School in the Philippines
Manila, Calabarzon, Philippines

06/01/1903. Marries Sarah P. Annis -- a fellow teacher at the Manila Normal School
Manila, Calabarzon, Philippines

1905. PhD from Clark University
Worcester, Massachusetts, USA

01/00/1907. Moves to California

-1/94/1909. Teaching at University of Chicago
Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA

-1/92/1922. Dr. Bobbitt is assistant superintendent of Los Angeles

1924. Dr. Bobbitt is assistant superintendent of Toledo, OH

1937. Dr. Bobbitt attempts suicide in Chicago

10/25/1937. Divorced by Sarah P. Annis

08/09/1941. Dr. Bobbitt retires from University of Chicago

03/07/1956. Death
Waldron|Shelbyville, Indiana, USA

03/07/1956. Burial at Deiwert family cemetery
Decatur County, Iowa, USA

Documents

Bobbitt family genealogy website

1910. Federal Census, as Bobbett
Chicago Ward 7, Cook County, Illinois, USA

Ancestral Families
Dr. John Franklin Bobbitt PHOTOS:

Franklin Bobbitt

Date: 1887?

Place: Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

Photographer: Stewart M. Pouder, 229 Massachusetts Ave, Indianapolis

""Denizens of the East End". Frank, Harry Kepner (back) Mary (Bulleit) Beuder, Dode Heath, Mrs. Cunningham (middle row) Lettie (Kepner) Pierch, Emma Bobbitt (front). 1895-96?"

Frank is Franklin Bobbitt. Others are friends and classmates from Corydon.

Date: 1895-1896?

Place: Corydon, Harrison County, Indiana, USA?

"1900"

Franklin Bobbitt

Date: 1900

Franklin Bobbitt and Margaret Annis Bobbitt

Date: 1911?

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