Frederick Dean

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For the South African military commander, see Frederick Dean (SA Navy).
Olympic medal record
Men's Rugby union
Silver 1908 London Team competition

Frederick Dean (1 September 1880 – 1 September 1946) was a Cornish rugby union player who competed in the 1908 Summer Olympics at White City Stadium, London. He also played for Plymouth Albion R.F.C..

He was a member of the British rugby union team, which on 26 October 1908 won the Olympic silver medal for Great Britain. He was born in Plymouth and died in Devonport, Devon.

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