Frederick W. Bohnstedt
|Frederick W. Bohnstedt|
|9th Mayor of Hoboken|
April 1867 – April 1869
|Preceded by||Frederick B. Ogden|
|Succeeded by||Hazen Kimball|
|Residence||Hoboken, New Jersey|
He was elected the coroner for Hoboken, New Jersey in 1861. His election as coroner served as an early example of German American political success in a city that was dominated by the Irish American political machine at that time.
In 1864 he was secretary of the county Democratic convention 
By 1870 he was a circuit judge.
He died around 1883.
- His will was filed for probate in 1883
- Winfield, Charles (1874). History of the County of Hudson, New Jersey: from its earliest settlement to the present time. New York, NY: Kennard & Hay Stationery M'fg and Print. Co. p. 319. Archive.org
- "New Jersey Items". New York Times. April 10, 1858. Retrieved 2011-01-06.
- "The Election". New York Times. November 8, 1860. Retrieved 2011-01-06.
Coroners -- Thomas Gaffney, of Jersey City; Frederick W. Bohnstedt, Hoboken; and James H. Donnelly, Hudson City
- "The Supposed Murder At West Hoboken". New York Times. July 18, 1862. Retrieved 2011-01-06.
The inquest on the body of Martin Demarest, of the Fifty-third New-York Volunteers, who is supposed to have been murdered by shooting at the foot of Fox Hill, West Hoboken, was continued before Coroner F. W. Bohnstedt, of Hoboken, yesterday forenoon.
- Christina A. Ziegler-McPherson (2011). Immigrants in Hoboken: One-Way Ticket, 1845-1985. The History Press. ISBN 9781625842152.
- Gopsill's Jersey City and Hoboken Directory. 1866.
- "New Jersey Items". New York Times. Retrieved 2015-02-13.
- Report of the Adjutant General of the State of New Jersey. State of New Jersey. 1868. p. 21.
- 1870 census for Hoboken, New Jersey
- "New Jersey Elections". The Evening Telegram. April 9, 1879. p. 1.