In chapter 1-2 of the mary shelleys book frankenstein
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Frankenstein's parents are kind and compassionate having fallen in love after experiencing some dramatic life changes when Victor's father takes care of his mother, Caroline, after her father's death. After their marriage and Victor's birth, they also take in a beautiful girl who has been orphaned (depending on which version of the story one reads), Elizabeth Lavenza. Caroline decides right then that Victor should marry Elizabeth sometime in the future.
Frankenstein does not have Parents because he is assembled by a scientist. Therefore his Parents are the previos owners of the órganos and bodyparts he poseses.