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Frederic Courtis Richmond

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Frederic Courtis Richmond, American humanitarian. Member State Council of Defense and chairman Committee on State Protection, and; Member Salt Lake City Board of Education 6 years; Mason.

Background

Richmond, Frederic Courtis was born on November 19, 1862 in New Bedford, Massachusetts, United States. Son of James Henry Crocker and Hannah Katharine (Courtis) Richmond.

Education

Student Friends Academy, Providence, Rhode Island, 1877-1878.

Career

Began as mine superintendent and manager at Shullsburg, Wisconsin, July 1884. Mine surveyor Compania Del Pinas Altos, Mexico, 1893 to 1896. Erecting engineer for L. C. and S. V. Trent, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1897-1898.

Manager machinery department Salt Lake Hardware Company, 1899-1907. President F. C, Richmond Machinery Company, mining machinery, Salt Lake City, 1908-1937, retired, 1938. President and director Tyng Trackage Company.

Director Eureka Standard Consolidated Mining Company (former president). Director Tintic Standard Mining Company, Independent Coal and Coke Company (chairman of the executive committee 1938-1939). President Salt Lake City Chamber of Commerce, 1915-1919, as such was ex-officio chairman all government coms. in Utah during World War.

Membership

Member State Council of Defense and chairman Committee on State Protection, and. Member Salt Lake City Board of Education 6 years.

Connections

Married Laura Treloar Osborne, July 16, 1885. Children: Frederic Courtis (deceased), Laura Gladys (wife of Edwin F. Voris, Junior.

father:
James Henry Crocker Richmond

mother:
Hannah Katharine (Courtis) Richmond

spouse:
Laura Treloar Osborne

children:
Frederic Courtis Richmond (deceased)

Laura Gladys (wife of Edwin F. Voris Richmond

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