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Frederick I. BLACKWOOD

Frederick I. BLACKWOOD, Census Supervisor.

Background

  • BLACKWOOD, Frederick I. was born on June 18, 1874 in Concord, New Hampshire, United States. Son of Benjamin L. and Ellen J. (Pettengill) Blackwood.

  • Career

    • Public and High Schools. M. Maud A. Noyes, October 30, 1907, Concord, New Hampshire Claim In vestigator and Adjuster, Legal Department, Boston and Maine Railroad, 1899-1907. Elected member, Aldermanic Board, Concord, 1921-1924.

      Elected member State Senate, 9 district, 1924. Appointed. Deputy Secretary State, 1925-1929. Appointed Supervisor of Census, Decennial Census, New Hampshire, since 1929.

      Clerk, 2 Congregational (Unitarian) Society of Concord. Association, city editor, Concord Monitor, 4 years. Correspondent, Manchester Union, 2 years.

      Editorial manager and writer, New Hampshire Masonic Bulletin.

    Membership

    Member of Artist Fellowship & Master of Arts, Eureka Lodge. Trinity Chapter (Past Master). Mount Horeb Commandery.

    Bektash Temple, Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic (Past Potentate). Veteran Freemasons; Order of High Priesthood (president). Alpha Lodge of Perfection (Past Master).

    Ariel Council, P. of J. Acacia Chap, of Rose Croix (Junior Warden). N. H. Consistory, 32°.

    Granite Chapter, Laymens League (Unitarian). Clubs: Kiwanis; Wonalancet.
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