FRANK M. LEV (1889), carrier for R. F. D.
route No. 1 out of Jackson, was bom in Bo-
l.emia April 24, 1875, the son of Albert H.
and Anna M. (Veverka) Lev. The father now
lives in Jackson and is 77 years of age as of 1910; the
mother died at Jackson April 19, 1909, aged
68 years and eight months as of 1910. There are three
living children of this family besides the sub-
ject of this biography. They are Mrs. Mary
Vajner, Albert A. Lev and Mrs. Anna Benda.
In 1883 Frank accompanied his parents to
America, the family home being made at Mount
Vernon, Iowa. In 1889 the family moved to
Jackson county and made their home on the south half of the northwest quarter of section
eight, Des Moines township. Frank lived with
his parents on that farm until 1906. Then he
acquired the property, rented it and moved
to Jackson, where he bought village property.
He took the position of mail carrier for route
one in 1906} and has since been engaged in that
Mr. Lev is a member of the Catholic church.
He was married in Chicago December 11, 1906,
to Anna R. Benesh, a native of the city in
which she was married and a daughter of
Wenzel and Mary Benesh. Mr. and Mrs. Lev
are the parents of one child, Elenora, born
April 3, 1908.