|126 North 15th Street
Sebring, Ohio 44672
|Frederick E./ Katherine Sebring
|1868-1925 Born in East Liverpool, October 4, 1868 and Died
December 13, 1925. Along with his brother Ellsworth, was the
jokesters of the family. Perhaps the most civic minded of the
Sebring's, and is remembered for the parties given each Christmas for
the children of the village when treats and a show were enjoyed.
Head of the Limoges China Company and founded the Saxon China
Company with assistance from his brother, E.H. about 1911. In
1916/17, because of ill health, he sold it to O.H. who wanted a place
for a Son-in-law, Ray Cliff. Home was on North Fifteenth Street,
which still exists. His wife was Kate Surls Sebring. He had two
daughters, F.W.Andrews, and Mrs. Howard McCalmont. Charter
member of the Rotary club and the United Presbyterian church. He was
the only member of the brothers who was portly and clean-shaven. He
died of a heart attack. They had two children, Mary Beth Andrews
and Louise McCalmont. He is buried at Grandview Cemetery.
|Frederick E. Sebring 1868-1925
Married May, 1891 to Kate Gracy Surls, 1872-1950
Mary Elizabeth Sebring Andrews 1894-1966
Sara Jane Andrews
Susan Sebring Andrews
Eva Louise McCalmont 1896-1987
See the full family tree
|Sara Jane Andrews, Susan
Sebring Andrews and Kathryn
Andrews. Children of Mary Beth
Sebring Andrews and Frank W.
|The baby is Mary Beth Sebring Andrews. Behind them on the
right is her mother, Kate Gracey Surls Sebring (Mrs. Fred).
Behind them on the left is her grandmother, Mary M. Stewart
Surls (Mrs. Harry, born 1845). And the woman seated holding
the baby is her great grandmother, Nancy Mayes Stewart
(Mrs. Robert, born 1812).