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Frederick C. Mueller
Mueller had worked as a treasurer for the Luetgert company and testified about the firm's shady business practices.
Born: January 25, 1875.
His mother was Louise Luetgert's sister, Wilhemina Mueller.
Address: 626 Mildred Avenue.
Variations of name: Fred or Fritz Miller.
Wife: Newspaper reports from the trial refer to his wife, Effie. However, according to the Bicknese family history, Mueller married Bertha Melmer circa 1898.
Occupation: In 1900 he was a teamster, boarding at 47 Florence Avenue with his new family. He used a team of horses to make deliveries. Later he was a chauffeur, and he eventually owned a factory that manufactured automobile springs.
Died: March 1943, of a heart attack.
Children: Fred III (1899-1929), Arthur (1901-1913), Frieda (1902-1972), Helen (b. 1905), Clarence (b. 1912, died young), a son (b. 1916) and a child (b. 1920).
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