"Death Ends Career of Local Physician"

From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1912
Dr. Frank Cogswell, a resident of Seattle since 1907 and a physician of considerable practice and reputation, died yesterday. Dr. Cogswell was born in Salem, Wis., Sept. 7, 1846. He attended Allen Grove academy and Beloit college. In 1876 he graduated form the Northwestern Medical school. Dr. Cogswell was married to Miss Mary A. Burgess, Sept. 28, 1878. He established a large practice at Lincoln, Kan., and there his four children were born. Dr. Cogswell practiced for a time in eastern Washington, near Spokane, returned to Madison, Wis., in 1903, and four years later removed to Seattle. He made his home in this city at 4730 14th Ave. NE. He is survived by his widow and his children, Caroline, Robert, Daniel and Nellie. The funeral will be held from the residence tomorrow afternoon. After the services the body will be sent East for burial.
(Dr. Cogwell's date of death was March 22, 1912.)

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