Thank God For Our Veterans-My Daddy-LeRoy Frederick-Crosby, Texas

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LeRoy “Lee” Eugene Frederick                    

Birth:  Mar. 6, 1926              Death: Nov. 16, 2006
Crosby                                      Crockett
Harris County                        Houston County
Texas, USA                              Texas, USA

“Services for LeRoy Eugene Frederick 80, of Grapeland, Texas will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Liberty Hill United Methodist Church with Tommy Hutto officiating. Daddy & Barbara resided in Percilla, TX.

Burial will follow in Augusta Cemetery under the direction of Bailey & Foster, of Grapeland, Texas. Mr. Frederick died Thursday at East Texas Medical Center in Crockett, Texas. Condolence calls will be received from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Bailey & Foster Funeral Home, Grapeland, Texas.”  [source: Palestine Herald-Press Nov 18,2006]

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Barbara Jo Moore Faulk Frederick

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Barbara Jo Moore Faulk Frederick, born 15 June 1939 in Crockett, Houston, Texas. Died 29 April 2016 at the Winfield Nursing Center, in Crockett, Houston, Texas. She was cremated and her family will spread her ashes beside her husband, Leroy Eugene Frederick’s gravesite in Augusta Cemetery, in Augusta, Houston, Texas.

Daughter of Joe Byron “J.B.” Moore and Mary Avis Williams. Barbara had one brother, Robert Earl Moore. 

Paternal Grandparents were Jessie Robert “J.R.” Moore and Alva Retta Holcombe. Her maternal grandparents were Joseph “Joe” Shelby Williamson and Mary E. Hoile.

Name Barbara Jo Moore
Event Type Birth
Event Date 15 Jun 1939
Event Place Houston, Texas
Gender Female
Father’s Name Joe Byron Moore
Mother’s Name Mary Avis Williams
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“Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997,” database, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VDDG-2XN : 1 January 2015), Barbara Jo Moore, 15 Jun 1939; from “Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997,” database and images, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com :…

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The Southern Flag is about Heritage Not Hate

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The Southern Flag is about Heritage Not Hate!

My Frederick ancestors fought in Louisiana, my husband’s McCann and Mobley ancestors fought in Arkansas, my Dad’s ancestors fought in Alabama, and my husband’s Tudor ancestors fought in Tippah County, Mississippi, and Tennessee, his Craig ancestors fought in Virginia, and his Hancock ancestors fought in Texas.

Violence is NOT in the flag, the gun, or any other inanimate object! It is in the person!

When you have the generation of “No Conscience” and “Entitlement”, then you are going to have demons like the ones that murder INNOCENT people!

My Confederate flag symbolizes my Southern Heritage not Hate!! You can fly your Gay flag, your Communist flag, your Mexican flag, and so we CAN also fly our Southern flag!! It is NOT about Racism, it is about Freedom!

This is America NOT Communist China!! I have friends of all races, but they are all Americans, and they respect everyone’s right to fly whatever flag that they choose to!! I want my country back!!!!! God bless America again!!!

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My Paternal Grandfather – Pvt. Charles “Charlie” F. Frederick

Birth: Apr. 20, 1892, Mala Lhota, Vsetina, Moravia
Death: Mar. 9, 1947, Houston, Harris, Texas, USA

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My paternal grandfather, born in Mala Lhota, Vsetina, Moravia on April 20, 1892. No middle name, when he joined the service he used F. for his middle name, because they told him that he had to have one. He earned his United States citizenship by serving in the Czech-Slovak Legionnaire Army and fought in France during World War I.

(His headstone birth date is not accurate-he was born in 1892 according to his citizenship papers and my Aunt, his daughter). He was also known as Karel Fredrich and Charles Fredrick.

Emigrated: 1894 from Czechoslavakia, according to the 1930 U.S. Census for Harris County, Texas. Last known residence was Pusta Polom, Ostrava, Moravian-Silesia.

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His daughter, Agnes Rainnie (Frederick) Christ, told me that he emigrated to reside with his Uncle Joe Frederick, of Austin, Travis County, Texas. Uncle Joe had to sponsor him in order for him to come to the United States. When he sponsored him, that meant that he would promise to support him until he found work, and help him find work.

Then, in later years she revealed to me that Joe Frederick might not have been his uncle. I still believe that he was born out of wedlock. We will never know for sure, because anyone who knew the truth would never tell, and they are all deceased now. The Moravians hated the Germans, during those years. I also speculate that his mother may have been German. The Germans had invaded their country and many others trying to take control of them.

FREDERICK, CHARLES, SERVED IN THE CZECH-SLOVAK LEGIONNAIRES ARMY, DURING WORLD WAR I, IN FRANCE FOR UNITED STATES AND “ALLIES”, IN 1914. CHARLIE RECEIVED HIS UNITED STATES CITIZENSHIP IN 1918 FOR SERVICE IN THE ARMY. ARMISTICE DAY WAS ON THE 11 NOV. 1918, WHEN WORLD WAR I ENDED. AFTER FOUR SEEMINGLY ENDLESS YEARS OF TRENCH WARFARE AND ENORMOUS CASUALTIES ON BOTH SIDES, AN ARMISTICE WAS SIGNED BETWEEN THE “ALLIES” AND “GERMANY”.

The Czechoslovak Legions (Československé legie in Czech, Československé légie in Slovak, traditionally called Czech Legion in English) were volunteer armed forces composed predominantly of Czechs and Slovaks fighting together with the Entente powers during World War I. Their goal was to win the Allies’ support for the independence of Bohemia and Moravia from the Austrian Empire and of Slovak territories of the Kingdom of Hungary (the new country was later named Czechoslovakia), which were then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
The Legions originated with small armed units organized from 1914 onwards by volunteer Czechs and Slovaks. Later, many Czechs and Slovaks captured during the war joined these units; with help of émigré intellectuals and politicians (Tomáš Masaryk, Milan Rastislav Štefánik and others) the Legions grew into a force of tens of thousands. The independence of Czechoslovakia was finally obtained in 1918.
After three years of existence as a small brigade in the Imperial Russian Army, the Legion in Russia were created in 1917. Other units had been fighting in France since the war’s beginning (including volunteers from the US), and later in Italy and Serbia.
Their membership consisted of Czech and Slovak prisoners of war in Russia, Serbia and Italy, and Czech and Slovak emigrants in France and Russia who had already created the “Czech company” in Russia and a unit named “Nazdar” in France in 1914.
The Legions were actively involved in many battles of World War I, including Zborov or Bakhmach. They were also heavily involved in the Russian Civil War fighting Bolsheviks, at times controlling much of the Trans-Siberian railway and being indirectly involved in the execution of the Tsar and his family.

The vast majority (around 90%) of the legionaries were Czechs. Slovaks made up 7.4% in the Russian legions, 3% in the Italian and 16% in the French.

The term “Legions” was not widely used during the war but was adopted shortly afterward. It is primarily based on their French connection – they reported to France and were, in a general way, thought of as related to the French Foreign Legion.~~source: Wikipedia, 2013

Charlie and Bessie Frederick on their wedding day, 12 October 1914, Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas.

Married Elizabeth Annie “Bessie” Mazac on October 12, 1914  in Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas. My aunt was born on the same day. I questioned her and I wondered if maybe the dates were wrong, but she assured me that “she was born on 12 October 1914”, so my grandmother was pregnant when she got married. It was a deep dark, secret for years. In those days, it was a mortal sin and my grandmother was Catholic. The only people that know the “whole story” or the “real story” have all passed away, so we will never know for sure.

They were farmers and moved from farm to farm to work other people’s farms and make enough to feed their families, and they hoped to save enough to one day own their own place.  Charlie and Bessie resided 210 Davis Street, in Taylor, Texas in 1920, and in Houston, Texas in 1930. They moved to Houston, Texas to be near his daughters, Juanita Elizabeth Frederick Christ, and Agnes Rainie Frederick Christ, they had married brothers, Charlie and Edward Christ, and they resided in Sheldon, Texas. Juanita and Charlie owned property on Hwy. 90-A at 17914 Old Beaumont Hwy, near their beer joint. They gave the house there to Charlie and Bessie to live in, and he managed  their beer joint. They loved to drink and dance together. They never were able to buy their own land.

Name: Charlie Frederick
Birth Date:
Birthplace:
Age:
Spouse’s Name: Annie B. Mazac
Spouse’s Birth Date:
Spouse’s Birthplace:
Spouse’s Age:
Event Date: 12 Oct 1914
Event Place: , Williamson, Texas
Father’s Name:
Mother’s Name:
Spouse’s Father’s Name:
Spouse’s Mother’s Name:
Race:
Marital Status:
Previous Wife’s Name:
Spouse’s Race:
Spouse’s Marital Status:
Spouse’s Previous Husband’s Name:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M59402-1
System Origin: Texas-VR
GS Film number: 1007899
Reference ID: 2:1FZK0L0

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Charles & Bessie were Catholic, and attended the St. Cyril & Methodius Catholic church in Granger, Williamson, Texas and the Sacred Heart Catholic church in Crosby, Harris, Texas.

Father of Agnes “Rainie” Frederick (Christ), Leroy Eugene “Lee” Frederick, Juanita Elizabeth “Punkin” Frederick (Christ), Woodrow “Woody”, and Charles “Charlie” Frederick Jr.
My mother told me that he was a Farmer, Cobbler, and Teacher. She told me that he used to help the other Moravians to learn English.

Grandpa Charlie or “Charles” Frederick or “Karel” Fredrich was a lifelong member of the S.P.J.S.T.

Served in the Czech-Slovak Army for the United States in World War I, in France. Charlie earned his U.S. Citizenship serving in the war.

FREDERICK, CHARLES, SERVED IN THE CZECH-SLOVAK LEGIONS ARMY, DURING WORLD WAR I, IN FRANCE FOR UNITED STATES AND “ALLIES”. CHARLIE RECEIVED HIS UNITED STATES CITIZENSHIP IN 1918 FOR SERVICE IN THE ARMY. ARMISTICE DAY WAS ON THE 11 NOV. 1918, WHEN WORLD WAR I ENDED. AFTER FOUR SEEMINGLY ENDLESS YEARS OF TRENCH WARFARE AND ENORMOUS CASUALTIES ON BOTH SIDES, AN ARMISTICE WAS SIGNED BETWEEN THE “ALLIES” AND “GERMANY”.

name:Charlie Fredrick
residence: Taylor, Williamson, Texas
estimated birth year:1892
age:28
birthplace:Europe
relationship to head of household:Self
gender:Male
race:W
marital status:Married
father’s birthplace:Russia/Poland
mother’s birthplace:Texas
film number:1821857
digital folder number:4390329
image number:00875
sheet number:2
HouseholdGenderAgeBirthplace
selfCharlie FredrickM28yEurope
wifeBessie FredrickF24yTexas
sonBarnie FredrickM4yTexas
dauAneta FredrickF3yTexas

name: Charlie Fredrick
residence: 210 DAVIS STREET, Taylor, Williamson County, Texas
estimated birth year: 1892
age: 28
birthplace: Europe
relationship to head of household: Self
gender: Male
race: W
marital status: Married
father’s birthplace: Russia Poland
mother’s birthplace: Texas
film number: 1821857
digital folder number: 4390329
image number: 00875
sheet number: 2
Household Gender Age Birthplace
self Charlie Fredrick M 28y Europe
wife Bessie Fredrick F 24y Texas
son Barnie Fredrick M 4y Texas
dau Aneta Fredrick F 3y Texas
Citing this Record:
“United States Census, 6 January 1920,” index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MHTG-N2D : accessed 29 Jan 2013), Charlie Fredrick, , Williamson, Texas; citing enumeration district (ED) , sheet 2A, family 29, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1821857.

name:Charles Fredrick
Event:Census
event date:1930
event place:Precinct 3, Houston, Harris, Texas
gender:Male
age:37
marital status:Married
race:White
birthplace:Czechoslovakia
estimated birth year:1893
immigration year:1894
relationship to head of household:Head
father’s birthplace:Czechoslovakia
mother’s birthplace:Czechoslovakia
enumeration district number:0188
family number:158
sheet number and letter:8B
line number:96
nara publication:T626, roll 2352
film number:2342086
digital folder number:4547975
image number:01099
Household Gender Age Birthplace
head Charles Fredrick M 37 Czechoslovakia
wife Bissie Fredrick F33 Texas
daughter Rainnie Fredrick F 14 Texas
daughter Juanita Fredrick F 12 Texas
son Woodroe Fredrick M 8 Texas
son Leroy Fredrick M 4 Texas
sonCharlie Fredrick M 1 Texas
Source Citation
“United States Census, 1930,” index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/H1JJ-VN2 : accessed 09 Sep 2012), Charles Fredrick, Precinct 3, Harris, Texas; citing enumeration district (ED) 0188, sheet 8B, family 158, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 2352

Name: Charles Frederick
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 09 Mar 1947
Event Place: Houston, Harris, Texas, United States
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Birth Date: 20 Apr 1892
Birthplace: , Europe
Father’s Name: Joe Frederick
Mother’s Name:
Certificate Number: 12121
GS Film number: 2218567
Digital Folder Number: 005145064
Image Number: 01992
Citing this Record
“Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976,” index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K3SS-NZY : accessed 02 Apr 2014), Charles Frederick, 09 Mar 1947; citing certificate number 12121, State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 2218567.

Died on 9 March 1947 of Stomach Cancer in Houston, Harris County, Texas.
 
Family links:  
Spouse:
Elizabeth Annie Mazac Frederick (1895 – 1977)

Children:
Agnes Rainie Frederick Christ (1914 – 2009)
Juanita Elizabeth Frederick Christ (1915 – 2011)
Jerome Frederick (1919 – 1919)
Woodrow Frederick (1921 – 1991)
Leroy Eugene Frederick (1926 – 2006)
Charles Frederick (1928 – 1993)
Burial:
Sacred Heart Cemetery
Barrett
Harris County
Texas, USA 

Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Aug 21, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21069788

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Santa Claus Is Coming To Town~~My Wonderful Memories of Jacinto City, Texas

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I grew up and was raised in the little suburb of Houston, Jacinto City, Harris County, Texas in the sixties. Times were much slower, safer, and more sentimental back then. Families were closer. My Mother and Father, Leroy & Jean (Linderman) Frederick had six children, Joseph, Phyllis, Sally, Karl, Patricia, and Sarah Frederick, in a little frame house with two bedrooms and one bath. Many arguments took place over who was next in the bathroom. Thank God, Daddy knew how to do anything. He added a huge bedroom and bath onto the back of our house for him and mother. We four girls had to share a bedroom. My two brothers had their own room. I can still remember those rooms. Our room had a big picture window, and faced the street. The boys had a smaller room and faced the backyard.

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My Mother the Matriarch of our Family~~Jean Marie (Linderman) Frederick Mancill

Linderman Family Genealogy

Birth: Dec. 3, 1927
Dubuque
Dubuque County
Iowa, USA

Death: Mar. 9, 2012
Rosharon
Brazoria County
Texas, USA
Jean Marie Linderman-1943-LHSJean Marie (Linderman)Frederick Mancill, daughter of Phyllis “Phyl” Eugenia (Palen) Linderman and Harry William Linderman.
Granddaughter of Frank Joseph Palen and Emma Elsie (Claussen) Palen, also of Edward Francis Linderman and Gudrun Ivarra (Lund)Linderman of Dubuque, Iowa.
First huband LeRoy Eugene Frederick. Married 15 November 1947, Liberty, Texas. Divorced 1968. the Frederick homestead was at 1709 Cheston Drive, Jacinto City, Texas 77029.

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Six children together: Joseph Lee, Phyllis Jean, Sally Ann, Karl Thomas, Patricia Marie, and Sarah Kay Frederick.Mother was a very loving and creative woman. She taught me how to sew at 16, she made us a braided rug, she knitted, crocheted, needlepointed, and quilted.

Second husband Louis “Honey Lou” Clifford Mancill. Married 5 December 1968, Houston, Texas. Our Mancill homestead was at 11039 Lafferty Oaks St, Houston, Texas. My Mother…

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Jean Marie (Linderman) Frederick Mancill and her six wonderful children!

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Six Frederick children, 4-15-2011, Austin, TX

Sally Frederick Tudor I like to post this pic of mother and her six children around mother’s day. She is not here on earth but in heaven with Jesus. But…..she and my daddy left a strong legacy of love and hard working, good, Christian, and kind children. We carry on mother until we meet again. We continue on mother, and look forward to seeing you again in heaven with Jesus.We are a loving and close-knit family. I want them to know how much I love them, as well as my wonderful brother and sister-laws. Our many birthdays, and holidays together have given me a lot of good memories. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I want you all to see my post, so I am going to try and list them: Joseph & Brenda Meyers Frederick, Karl & Fran Frederick, Danny & Phyllis Frederick Hyden

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My Father, Leroy “Lee” Eugene Frederick, Moravian-Texan

LeRoy, Joe, Sally, Teri, Phyllis

Leroy Eugene Frederick, Joseph Lee Frederick, Sally Ann Frederick, Teri Christ, Phyllis Jean Frederick @ Frederick Homestead, 1709 Cheston Drive, Jacinto City, Texas 77029. My father had six children with Jean Marie (Linderman). Resided here from 1948-1968.

Frederick children, 1971, Houston, TX

Leroy & Jean Frederick children: Joseph Lee, Phyllis Jean, Sally Ann, Karl Thomas, Patricia Marie, and Sarah Kay Frederick, July 1971, 11039 Lafferty Oaks St, Houston, Texas 77013

Jacinto City, TX

English: Jacinto City Welcome sign

 Leroy Eugene “Lee” Frederick

Birth: Mar. 6, 1926
Crosby
Harris County
Texas, USA
Death: Nov. 16, 2006
Crockett
Houston County
Texas, USA 

“Services for Leroy Eugene Frederick 80, of Percilla (near Grapeland),Houston County, Texas will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Liberty Hill United Methodist Church with Tommy Hutto officiating. Mr. Frederick died Thursday at East Texas Medical Center in Crockett. Condolence calls will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Bailey & Foster Funeral Home, Grapeland, Texas.”

source: Palestine Herald-Press, Nov 18,2006

Leroy was raised Catholic as all his sisters and brothers were too. They attended the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, in Crosby, Harris County, Texas.

Later in his life he was baptized as Methodist. He helped build the Liberty Hill Methodist Church, in Liberty Hill, Williamson County, Texas. Daddy & (second wife)Barbara resided at 509 Marblehead, Dayton, Texas and Percilla, Houston County, Texas. Burial will follow in Augusta Cemetery under the direction of Bailey & Foster, of Grapeland. They resided in New Orleans, Louisiana, Dayton, Texas, Grapeland, and Percilla, Texas.

Leroy was the son of Charles “Charlie” F. Frederick & Annie Elizabeth “Bessie” (Mazac) Frederick of Williamson County, and Harris County, Texas.

His ancestors emigrated from Moravia in 1892. He had two sisters, Agnes Rainie “Renie” (Frederick) Christ and Juanita Elizabeth “Punkin” (Frederick) Christ, they married brothers. Both of them resided on Talcott Road, Houston, Harris County, Texas 77049.

He had two brothers, Charles “Chas” and Woodrow “Woodie” (no middle names) Frederick, who preceded him in death.

Leroy married to first wife, Jean Marie Linderman, 15 Nov. 1947 in Liberty, Texas.
They had six children by that union, which lasted for twenty one years. Joseph Lee, Phyllis Jean [Hyden], Sally Ann [Tudor], Karl Thomas, Patricia Marie[Harrod], and Sarah Kay Frederick [Moore]. Divorced in 1968.

Leroy married Barbara Jo Moore Faulk in 15 Sept. 1969, in Dayton, Texas. She called him Lee.

Barbara had two children, Jeanna and Joey Faulk, from a previous marriage. Daddy helped raise and support them.

Leroy & Barbara had no children from that marriage, which lasted for thirty seven years.

Leroy served in the U.S. Navy during World War II aboard Merchant Marine supply ships for troops. He served in the U.S. Navy from Jan. 1944, until May 18, 1946. He was shipped out to San Diego, California.

Military Service Records show:
[Frederick, Leroy Eugene, service number was 5772117, Seaman 1C, V-6 USNR, Sheldon, Texas.] He was Honorably discharged. He was sent back to Camp Wallace, TX. after World War II ended.

Daddy worked for Brown & Root, Inc, 4100 Clinton Drive, Houston, Texas for [46] forty six years. Started out as a Mechanic’s helper, and retired as Asst. Supt. of the Automotive Dept.

Leroy & Barbara (Moore) Frederick were hosts for several different parks in Wyoming, South Dakota, Montana, etc… after their retirement. In 1995, all the Grandchildren were taken by Leroy’s son, Joseph Lee Frederick & Brenda Louise (Meyers) Frederick, to visit the grandparents in South Dakota & Montana.

Leroy was a loving and loyal Son, Brother, Husband, Father, Grandfather, and Great-Grandfather. He is greatly missed!
I am proud to be the daughter of such an honorable, hard working man, and American Patriot. His word was his bond.

“Lee was an exceptional and hospitable host. He loved his children and grandchildren; I remember the summer that they had four three-year-olds staying with them for a month. Lee was a patient man; I arrived one weekend to find him taking apart a washing machine to clean out the spinach Barbara had put on gentle cycle to wash. When I attended his funeral, I was told that he would talk about my visits for weeks. I love Lee and Barbara. God bless Lee’s memory to all of our hearts!” source: Tommy Mayhood, Jan. 24, 2014

Family links:
Parents:
Charles F Frederick (1892 – 1947)
Elizabeth Annie Mazac Frederick (1895 – 1977)

Spouse:
Jean Marie (Linderman) Frederick Mancill (1927 – 2012)

Siblings:
Agnes Rainie (Frederick) Christ (1914 – 2009)
Jeromie Frederick (1919 – 1919)
Woodrow Frederick (1921 – 1991)
Leroy Eugene Frederick (1926 – 2006)
Charles Frederick (1928 – 1993)
Burial: 
Augusta Cemetery
Augusta
Houston County
Texas, USA 

Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Aug 21, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21070006

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Leroy Eugene “Lee” Frederick
 
Birth: Mar. 6, 1926
Crosby
Harris County
Texas, USA
Death: Nov. 16, 2006
Crockett
Houston County
Texas, USA

“Services for Leroy Eugene Frederick 80, of Grapeland, Texas will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Liberty Hill United Methodist Church with Tommy Hutto officiating. Daddy & Barbara resided in Percilla, TX. Burial will follow in Augusta Cemetery under the direction of Bailey & Foster, of Grapeland. Mr. Frederick died Thursday at East Texas Medical Center in Crockett. Condolence calls will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Bailey & Foster Funeral Home, Grapeland, Texas.” [Palestine Herald-Press Nov 18,2006]

Leroy was raised Catholic as all his sisters and brothers were. They attended the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, in Crosby, TX.

When my Daddy married Barbara he was baptized later in life as Methodist. He helped build the Liberty Hill Methodist Church, in Liberty Hill, TX.

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My Paternal Grandfather, Karel Fredrich aka Charlie Fredrick aka Charles Frederick

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Charles “Charlie” Frederick, held by Grandson, Joseph Lee Frederick

Pvt. Charles F “Charlie” Frederick
also known as Karel Fredrich and Charlie Fredrick
 
Birth:
Apr. 20, 1892

Mala Lhota, Vsetine, Moravia

Death:
Mar. 9, 1947

Houston
Harris County
Texas, USA

Died: 9 March 1947 of Stomach Cancer in Houston, Harris County, Texas.

Family links:
Spouse:
Elizabeth Annie Mazac Frederick (1895 – 1977)

Children:
Agnes Rainie Frederick Christ (1914 – 2009)
Juanita Elizabeth Frederick Christ (1915 – 2011)
Jerome Frederick (1919 – 1919)
Woodrow Frederick (1921 – 1991)
Leroy Eugene Frederick (1926 – 2006)
Charles Frederick (1928 – 1993)

Burial:
Sacred Heart Cemetery
Barrett
Harris County
Texas, USA

Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Aug 21, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21069788

He was also known as Karel Fredrich and Charlie Fredrick.Born: Mala Lehota, Vsetin, Moravia on April 20, 1892. No middle name, when he joined the service he used F. for his middle name, because they told him that he had to have one.(His headstone birthdate is not accurate-he was born in 1892 according to his citizenship papers and my Aunt, his daughter).

Father: Joe Frederick (according to Census records)

Emigrated: 1894 from Czechoslovakia, according to the 1930 U.S. Census for Harris County, Texas.

Last known residence was Pusta Polom, Ostrava, Moravian-Silesia.

Charlie “Chas” F. Frederick (also known as Karel Fredrick) and Elizabeth “Bessie” Annie (Mazac) Frederick, of Granger, Taylor, Crosby, and Houston, Texas.

Married: 12 October 1914 in Granger, Williamson County, Texas.

Name: Charlie Frederick
Birth Date:
Birthplace:
Age:
Spouse’s Name: Annie B. Mazac
Spouse’s Birth Date:
Spouse’s Birthplace:
Spouse’s Age:
Event Date: 12 Oct 1914
Event Place: , Williamson, Texas
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Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M59402-1
System Origin: Texas-VR
GS Film number: 1007899
Reference ID: 2:1FZK0L0

Charles “Charlie” F. Frederick

Born: 20 April 1892 in Mala Lehota, Vsetin, Moravia. 

Emigrated from Pusta Polom, Moravia to Austin, Travis County, Texas in 1894 according to Texas records.

He came to reside with his Uncle Joe Frederick, who sponsored him in order for him to come to America. Uncle Joe had to promise to support him until he found work. Served as Private in the U.S. Army, Czech-Slovak Legionnaires during World War I in France. He earned his U.S. citizenship in 1918 for his service to our country.

FREDERICK, CHARLES, SERVED IN THE CZECH-SLOVAK LEGIONS ARMY, DURING WORLD WAR I, IN FRANCE FOR UNITED STATES AND “ALLIES”. CHARLIE RECEIVED HIS UNITED STATES CITIZENSHIP IN 1918 FOR SERVICE IN THE ARMY. ARMISTICE DAY WAS ON THE 11 NOV. 1918, WHEN WORLD WAR I ENDED. AFTER FOUR SEEMINGLY ENDLESS YEARS OF TRENCH WARFARE AND ENORMOUS CASUALTIES ON BOTH SIDES, AN ARMISTICE WAS SIGNED BETWEEN THE “ALLIES” AND “GERMANY”.

name:Charlie Fredrick
residence: Taylor, Williamson, Texas
estimated birth year:1892
age:28
birthplace:Europe
relationship to head of household:Self
gender:Male
race:W
marital status:Married
father’s birthplace:Russia/Poland
mother’s birthplace:Texas
film number:1821857
digital folder number:4390329
image number:00875
sheet number:2
HouseholdGenderAgeBirthplace
selfCharlie FredrickM28yEurope
wifeBessie FredrickF24yTexas
sonBarnie FredrickM4yTexas
dauAneta FredrickF3yTexas

name: Charlie Fredrick
residence: 210 DAVIS STREET, Taylor, Williamson County, Texas
estimated birth year: 1892
age: 28
birthplace: Europe
relationship to head of household: Self
gender: Male
race: W
marital status: Married
father’s birthplace: Russia Poland
mother’s birthplace: Texas
film number: 1821857
digital folder number: 4390329
image number: 00875
sheet number: 2
Household Gender Age Birthplace
self Charlie Fredrick M 28y Europe
wife Bessie Fredrick F 24y Texas
son Barnie Fredrick M 4y Texas
dau Aneta Fredrick F 3y Texas
Citing this Record:
“United States Census, 6 January 1920,” index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MHTG-N2D : accessed 29 Jan 2013), Charlie Fredrick, , Williamson, Texas; citing enumeration district (ED) , sheet 2A, family 29, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1821857.

name:Charles Fredrick
Event:Census
event date:1930
event place:Precinct 3, Houston, Harris, Texas
gender:Male
age:37
marital status:Married
race:White
birthplace:Czechoslovakia
estimated birth year:1893
immigration year:1894
relationship to head of household:Head
father’s birthplace:Czechoslovakia
mother’s birthplace:Czechoslovakia
enumeration district number:0188
family number:158
sheet number and letter:8B
line number:96
nara publication:T626, roll 2352
film number:2342086
digital folder number:4547975
image number:01099
Household Gender Age Birthplace
head Charles Fredrick M 37 Czechoslovakia
wife Bissie Fredrick F33 Texas
daughter Rainnie Fredrick F 14 Texas
daughter Juanita Fredrick F 12 Texas
son Woodroe Fredrick M 8 Texas
son Leroy Fredrick M 4 Texas
sonCharlie Fredrick M 1 Texas
Source Citation
“United States Census, 1930,” index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/H1JJ-VN2 : accessed 09 Sep 2012), Charles Fredrick, Precinct 3, Harris, Texas; citing enumeration district (ED) 0188, sheet 8B, family 158, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 2352

Name: Charles Frederick
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 09 Mar 1947
Event Place: Houston, Harris, Texas, United States
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Birth Date: 20 Apr 1892
Birthplace: , Europe
Father’s Name: Joe Frederick
Mother’s Name:
Certificate Number: 12121
GS Film number: 2218567
Digital Folder Number: 005145064
Image Number: 01992
Citing this Record
“Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976,” index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K3SS-NZY : accessed 02 Apr 2014), Charles Frederick, 09 Mar 1947; citing certificate number 12121, State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 2218567.

Charles F. “Charlie” Frederick

This is my Daddy, Leroy Eugene Frederick, my brother,  Joseph, me, Sally, and sister, Phyllis Frederick, and Teri Christ, my cousin. We were standing in front of our home at 1709 Cheston Drive in Jacinto CityHarris County, Texas in 1957

My father was Leroy Eugene Frederick.

Charlie & Bessie had five children together: Agnes Rainnie (Christ), Juanita Elizabeth (Christ), Leroy Eugene, Woodrow, and Charles Frederick.  

Bessie & Charlie Frederick, Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Oct. 13, 2011

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