Frederick Bausman

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Born Frederick Bausman
(1825-11-03)November 3, 1825
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Ethnicity Pennsylvania German
Citizenship United States
Known for Bausman mine
Home town Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Parents Dr. Frederick Bausman (-1834), Sarah Beltzhoover
Relatives Frederick Bausman (judge) (1861-1931)(nephew)

Frederick Bausman was an early coal mining operator in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. Born in Pittsburgh in 1825, he was the son of Doctor Frederick Bausman and Sarah Beltzhoover.

Libel Charges[edit]

In 1890, he filed criminal libel charges against Giuseppi Carusi, for a circular he published about his wife,[clarification needed] the former Virginia Knox, and Frederick's half-sister. [1]

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