While it is uncommon for two living siblings to share the exact same name, it does happen. I recently had a couple where the first and last child born had the exact same name, the eldest was married and leaving home about the same time the youngest was born.
In this case however you have siblings with two distinct names "Sarah Frances" and just "Frances" - I see nothing particularly unusual about that. I can think of dozens of families where multiple children share part of a name (or a slightly different form of the same name) with a sibling. For example one family I researched had children named Johannes Catharinus (who died at age 2), a second Johannes Catharinus, a Catharinus Johannes, and also a Johanna Catharina. As an aside, the father was also named Johannes Catharinus, and another sibling was Janna Cornelia which makes records with just initials a real treat. A different family had a Gerardus Wilhelmus, a Johannes Wilhelmus, and a Pieter Gerardus, and yet a different family had Dirk Arie, and Arie Dirk.