Lyman Genealogy has him being born in Dunlap, Iowa, this is a mistake.
1870 Census: Living and working for brother Albert
1870 Census: living with his brother Edward S
Dunlap Reporter August 23, 1888 p. 5 c.2 Thursday Vol 18 No. 17
Frank P Lyman died in this city on Thursday, August 16, of chronic catarrh, (See below) which he had been afflicted for several years. The funeral services were held at his late residence on Friday. Rev. J. M Cumings officiatin. H E Pease prepared the body for interment. Deceased was born in New Haven, Connecticut., and came to this county in 1860k settlin with his parents on Mill creek. He was married November 06, 1875, and moved into dunlap in 1883. Frank was a stickly honest and hardworking man. He leaves a wife and four Children, also and aged and widowed mother, who resided with him.
Catarrh: Inflammation of a mucous membrane, especially of the air passages of the head and throat, with a free discharge. Bronchial catarrh was bronchitis; suffocative catarrh was croup; urethral catarrh was gleet; vaginal catarrh was leukorrhea; epidemic catarrh was the same as influenza. Synonyms: cold, coryza.