House 1876-77 (District 22)
Party when first elected: Not Available
Date of Birth:
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Reported Minority: None Reported
|Alternate Spelling of Last Name: Fredericks|
City of Residence (when first elected):
Occupation (when first elected):
Professor Knapp's Institute, Baltimore, Maryland; Secondary;
OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICE
Baltimore Light Artillery (United States Civil War, General J.E.B. Stewart's Confederate Calvary Corps, Captured and Became a Prisoner of War on May 11, 1864 until May 1865);
186? to 05/1865
Married (married in October 1867)
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:
Toensing, and Biographical Sketches of the Officers of the State Government of Minnesota and the 19th Minnesota State Legislature by C.L. Hall, 1877 list his last name as Frederick. The Minnesota Legislative Manuals, 1876 and 1877 list both Frederick and Fredericks.
He came to St. Paul, Minnesota in October 1867. He moved to Stillwater, Minnesota around 1869.
Biographical Sketches of the Officers of the State Government of Minnesota and the 19th Minnesota State Legislature by C.L. Hall, 1877 mentions "his Democratic friends."
He was a Grand Vice Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias.