|Birth: ||Nov. 11, 1732, Germany|
|Death: ||May 10, 1816|
He came over from Germany with his father and mother -- his father was washed overboard with the funds to pay for the voyage during a storm. His mother took a job, working for the ship's captain - a certain Mr Jewel who had a daughter Cornelia. Frederick was also indentured to a Mr Shurty of Pennsylvania for a period of 6 years from whom he learned the trade of being a wheelwright.
He was responsible for supplying George Washington's troops, when they encamped at Morristown, during the hard winter of 1777.
Contributed by Donna Lamerson 9 Aug 2012.
Cornelia Jewell Fritts (1731 - 1816)
Elizabeth Fritts Lunger (____ - 1817)*
Morris Fritts (____ - 1836)*
William Fritts (1758 - 1832)*
Frederick Fritts (1759 - 1812)*
Catharine Fritts Auble (1762 - 1842)*
George Fritts (1765 - 1844)*
84y 6m 6d, "Ye liveing friends that is left to weep, Behold thee grave wherein I sleep; Pray look on me as passing by, Prepare yourselves for all must die."
Spruce Run Cemetery
New Jersey, USA
Maintained by: lfritts9
Originally Created by: Rich H.
Record added: Jul 25, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7709160