The following biograpy is from "LINCOLN The Capitol City and Lancaster
County, Nebraska" Published Chicago, Illinois
The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company 1916
Hubert Frohn, who owns and is operating a fine farm of two hundred and forty
acres on section 22, Centerville precinct, was born upon that place on the 9th
of February 1874, a son of William Frohn, a sketch of whom appears elsewhere
in this work. He was reared under the parental roof and in the acquirement of
his education attended the public schools. After the time that he attained his
majority he was an experienced farmer, as he assisted his father during his
boyhood and youth, and he determined to devote his life to agricultural
pursuits. For five years he and a brother, William Henry Frohn, a sketch of whom
appears elsewhere in this volume, operated the home farm in partnership, but
Hubert Frohn now owns the place. and is fanning it alone.
The buildings are modern and commodious and the land is in a high state of
cultivation. He raises both grain and stock, filling such a course more
profitable than specializing in either, and he derives a good income from his well
directed labors. The farm comprises two hundred and forty acres and is one of the
valuable properties of Centerville precinct. Mr. Frohn was united in marriage
in 1901 to Miss Lena Krull, a daughter of Fredrich Krull, a farmer of
Centerville precinct, and to this union have been born four children, namely, Edna,
Leona, Hubert, Jr., and Dorothy.
Mr. Frohn votes independently and is interested in all that pertains to the
public welfare but has never sought office. His wife is a member of of the
Methodist church and both conform their lives to high standards of morality. Mr.
Frohn has gained a competence through his energy and good judgment and he has
also won a high place in the estimation of his fellow citizens as his dominant
qualities are such as invariably command respect.