Randolph, MA. – November 6, 1932

Randolph, Massachusetts – November 6, 1932

     On November 6, 1932, a monoplane with three people aboard left the East Boston Airport bound for Easton, Massachusetts, where one of the passenger’s family owned an estate.  While en-route, the aircraft crashed in the town of Randolph, and all three aboard were killed.  

     Those aboard were identified as: (pilot) Frederick Lothrop Ames, 27, of Boston; Miss Frances Burnett, 21, of Southboro, Mass.: and Frank Penrose Sproul, of Pittsburgh, Pa.


     The Bismarck Tribune, (Bismarck, N. D.), “Young Trio Killed When heir Plane Crashes To The ground”, November 7, 1932

     The Evening Star (Washington, D.C.), “Society Flyers Killed Stunting”, November 7, 1932.   

     www.findagrave.com, Memorial #73711881

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