Frank Farrow

DESCRIPTION: "I am a lad that's seen trouble and sorrow, Many accidents occurred; I will sing you the latest." Frank Farrow leaves his home in May and goes to a lumber camp. He and his brother are cutting a tree when it falls on Frank. He is buried near the camp
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1939 (Thompson)
KEYWORDS: lumbering death brother burial
REFERENCES (2 citations):
Korson-PennLegends, pp. 348-349, "Death of Frank Farrel" (1 text)
ThompsonNewYork, p. 275, "(Frank Farrow)" (1 text)

Roud #4059
NOTES [10 words]: As "Frank Farrow," this is item dC38 in Laws's Appendix II. - RBW
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File: KPL349

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