F. PANKEY, stock raiser, (Rep.) delegate Santa Fe Co., b.
Harrisburg, Ill., Aug. 16, 1861, of French parentage; educ.
pub schools Harrisburg; married Jan., 1880; has family five
grown daughters and one son (Dana, aged 11 years); removed
to Topeka, Kan., 1882 and engaged in ranching and cattle raising;
1901 successfully engaged in telephone bus in Topeka, opposing
Bell system; 1907 sold telephone interests and purchased 10,000-acre
ranch near Emporia, Kansas, and 81,000-acre ranch near Santa
Fe, N. M., removing to New Mexico short time later; has voted
Rep. ticket for past 20 years; in campaign for election to
convention received 95 percent of votes cast in 6 precincts
in his section of county; now engaged in cattle and sheep
business on large scale; mem. New Mex. cattle sanitary board;
elected Nov. 7, 1911 as mem. first state senate from 10th
dist., mem. 32nd Mason, Knight Templar, Elks. Address: Lamy,