Museum the New Llano Colony

T. Frank Brough



Pre-Colony History: He brought his family to the colony from Massachussets.  

Family Information: Father of Margaret and William Brough.  

Job in Colony: In June 1934 he was washing the pots in the hotel dining room.  

Home in Colony:  

Other Info: In April 1934 a lovely gathering was held at the home of Frank Brough, another New Englander, to "God-speed" the Fay family to Norfolk, Connecticut where they hoped to arrange their affairs over the next few months and return to the colony in the fall.

Attendees enjoyed music, games and a wonderful lunch. They included: Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Archer, Drs. Robert K. and Cecil C. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. George Matz, Mrs. Maki, Smith Sanford, DeForest Sanford, George Leevey, Wm. Bingham, Dennis Stanley, Forest R. Waters, Mary Emery and the Brough family, consisting of Margaret, William and Frank.

In May 1934 he held a party where Afton Lewis gave a Spanish dance which helped very much in the entertainment.

In 1935, he caught a ride to New Orleans with George Leevey so that he could enter the hospital there for medical treatment.  

Post-Colony History:  


Sources: Family Source: William Brough; "Llano Colonist": April 21, 1934, May 12, 1934, June 30, 1934, August 24, 1935