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William F. Fredrick

1874 - 1952

Watertown Daily Times, 09 29 1952


William F. Fredrick, 78, for many years a dairy farmer and operator of a dairy route here, died Saturday night in St Mary's hospital.  Death was due to complications following an operation he had recently undergone.  His home was at 485 Concord Avenue.


Mr. Fredrick was born on 7 September 1874 on the same homestead where he had lived at the time of his death.  He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fredrick.


He attended St Mark's Christian day School and was a life member of St Mark's congregation.


In 1904 he married Lydia Braasch of the town of Watertown.  She survives as do two sons, George and Walter, this city.  Two sons preceded him in death, Ervin and Roy.  There are three grandchildren.  A sister, Mrs. Otto Winkenwerder, this city and three brothers Albert, Edward and Henry this city, also survive. Two other sisters, Mrs. William Kohls and Mrs. Herman Nowack preceded him in death.


Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in St Mark's Lutheran Church, the Rev Gerhard Redlin officiating.  Interment will be in Oak Hill Cemetery.


Mrs. William Fredrick

1882 - 1955

Watertown Daily Times, 12 31 1955


Mrs. William Fredrick, 73, of 205 S 2nd St, died at St Mary's Hospital Friday afternoon after being a patient there for only a day.  Death was due to general complications.  She was the former Lydia Braasch and was born in this community a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Braasch.  She was married on 1 June 1904 to Mr. Fredrick who for many years operated a milk route.  He died in 1952.


Surviving her are 2 sons, Walter, this city, George, Jefferson; 3 grandchildren and 2 great- grandchildren.  Two sons preceded her in death.  There are 2 brothers John rural Watertown, and Albert, Hadar, Nebraska.


Mrs. Fredrick was a member of St Mark's Lutheran Church.  The funeral will be Tuesday with interment in Oak Hill Cemetery.




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