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Loyalist Directory: Conrad Frederick

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Surname : Frederick
Given name : Conrad
Rank : Sergeant
Where Resettled : Fredericton NB to Midland District first Lot 81 Con. 1 in Ameliasaburgh then Con. 2 Lot 2 in Thurlow Township.
Status as Loyalist : Proven
Proof of Loyalty : UEL List
Notes (Expunged, Suspended, Reinstated) :  
Regiment : Sergeant with Colonel Buskirk's 4th Battalion New Jersey Volunteers. Source: Old United Empire Loyalists List - Appendix B (p. 178)
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Date & Place of Birth : c. 1750 Believed to have been in Bergen County in New Jersey
Settled before war : believed to be in Bergen County in New Jersey
Date & Place of Death : c. 1835 based on land registry transactions. Daniel Frederick referred to his great-grandfather as Conrad of Adolphustown in his 1848 petition to acquire Charity Gilbert's land.
Place of Burial : It is suspected that he is buried in Hay Bay Pioneer Cemetery with his friend or relative Peter Frederick.
Wife Name : Elizabeth Rush (daughter of Martin Rush Sr., UE)
Children : Martin; Charity; John C.; Catherine; Polly; Elizabeth; Margaret; Abigail
Biography : Little is known about his life. The information gathered has been from newspapers; land records; store accounts; local history sources; etc.
Proven Descendants : Bay of Quinte Branch 1997.02.18 (Peter John Bolton – contact email);
Military Info : On his land petition of June 28th 1797 he claimed to have joined the army at New York in 1777 and was taken prisoner when recruiting for Colonel Buskirk's corps.
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