Frederick Frelinghuysen (businessman)

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Frederick Frelinghuysen
Frederick Frelinghuysen (September 30, 1848 – January 1, 1924) with his wife in Tuxedo, New York in 1915-1916.jpg
Frederick Frelinghuysen with his wife in Tuxedo, New York in 1915-1916
Born (1848-09-30)September 30, 1848
Newark, New Jersey
Died January 1, 1924(1924-01-01) (aged 75)
Newark, New Jersey
Education Rutgers College (1868)
Occupation President of the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company
Spouse(s) Estelle B. Kinney
Children George G. Frelinghuysen II
Estelle C. Frelinghuysen
Frederick Frelinghuysen
Thomas Frelinghuysen
Theodore Frelinghuysen.
Parent(s) Frederick Theodore Frelinghuysen

Frederick Frelinghuysen (September 30, 1848 – January 1, 1924) was the president of the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company in Newark, New Jersey, for 25 years.[1]

Biography[edit]

He was born on September 30, 1848 to Frederick Theodore Frelinghuysen in Newark, New Jersey. His brother was George Griswold Frelinghuysen. He graduated from Rutgers College in 1868 and was admitted to the bar as an attorney in 1871 and as a counselor in 1874. He married Estelle B. Kinney on July 23, 1902 and lived in Elberon, New Jersey. They had four sons and one daughter including: George Griswold Frelinghuysen II, who married Anne de Smolianinof; Estelle C. "Suzy" Frelinghuysen; Frederick Frelinghuysen; Thomas Frelinghuysen; and Theodore Frelinghuysen.[2][3]

He became president of the Howard Savings Institution.[citation needed] He resigned that post to become president of the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company.

He died in the Post Graduate Hospital in Manhattan, New York City in 1924 after a three-week illness.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Frederick Frelinghuysen. Ex-President of Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company Dies". New York Times. January 2, 1924. Retrieved May 30, 2007. Frelinghuysen was President of the Benefit Life Insurance Company in Newark for ... to become President of the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company. ... 
  2. ^ "G.G. Frelinghuysen Weds Russian Girl. Anne de Smolianinoff, Daughter of Former Grand Master of Imperial Court, His Bride.". New York Times. December 14, 1934. Retrieved May 30, 2007. Daughter of Former Grand Master of Imperial Court, His Bride. Mrs. Vladimir N. de Smolianinof of West Seventy-fifth Street announced yesterday the ... 
  3. ^ "Obtains Decree in Reno; Former Anne de Smolianinof Divorces G. G. Frelinghuysen". The New York Times. June 7, 1938. Mrs. Anne de Smolianinoff Frelinghuysen obtained a divorce here today from George Griswold Frelinghuysen of Princeton, New Jersey, on grounds of cruelty. They were married on December 12, 1934, in Los Angeles.