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Frederick Waterbury Edit Profile

Military officer

Frederick Waterbury, American military officer. Awarded Distinguished Pistol Shot medal United States of America.

Background

Waterbury, Frederick was born on May 1, 1868 in Saratoga Springs, New York, United States. Son of Herman Lincoln and Louisa M. (Stover) Waterbury.

Education

Educated Army War College, (div. admiral course), 1918.

Career

1 daughter, Mary B. Editor, public Saratoga (New York) Eagle, 1889-1912. Organizer, editor New York National Guardsman, 1924-1932.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor, public Saratoga (New York) Eagle, 1889-1912. Organizer, editor New York National Guardsman, 1924-1932.

Membership

Served to captain, 22d Separate County, New York National Guard, Saratoga Springs, 1891-1898, ordnance officer 2d regiment, 1901-1910, 3d Brigade, 1910-1913, 27th div., 1913-1919, chief ordnance officer State of New York, 1919-1932, brigadier general ordnance, 1932. Member War Department Board for Promotion Rifle Practice 1921-1946. Member National Rifle Association American (president 1926-1927, life.

Mason (Shriner, K.T.), Sojourner, Elk. Clubs: The Army and Navy (Washington).

Connections

Married Mary P. Blackmur, December 21, 1914.

father:
Herman Lincoln Waterbury

mother:
Louisa M. (Stover) Waterbury

spouse:
Mary P. Blackmur