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Census Supervisor

Frederick I. BLACKWOOD, Census Supervisor.


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


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.


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.