was born at Washington Co., Indiana
, on 7 January 1889. She was the daughter of Jason Higgins
and Lowry Humphreys Baynes
. Frances Lowry Higgins was graduated in 1906 at Washington Co., Indiana
; Frances graduated from high school in 1906. She then attended Indiana University for two years.
She taught for two years at a Quaker School in Blue River Twp., Washington Co., Indiana. She lived in 1935 at Denver, Denver Co., Colorado
. Author of "Once at Woodhall" and "Sweeper of the Skies" which was originally published by Harper & Row in 1935. "Once at Woodhall" is a book about her grandfather, Beezon Baynes and his farm, Woodhall. She was Frances worked at the Library of Congress. At Washington, District of Columbia
. Frances died on 5 February 1973 at Washington, District of Columbia
, at age 84.