Frank Henry Weymouth, born on 25 Oct 1870, was the second surviving son of George Weymouth (1843-1888) and his first cousin and wife Clara Harris (1843-1915). Frank was educated at the Launceston Church Grammar School. He married Alice Victoria Gould on 4 Apr 1895 in Launceston. They did not have any children.
Frank, a grocer, was also a mining speculator and was involved with a Melbourne court case in Apr 1889 after a mining engineer gave him a cheque, which was dishonoured, for the flotation of a company in connection with two mining leases. Frank and Alice moved to Sydney with the rest of the family in 1899. Frank died on 14 May 1913 at the Royal North Shore Hospital, St Leonards, NSW and was buried at the Charles Street Cemetery in Launceston. Alice died in 1930. See The Examiner 18 & 25 Feb 2006.