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Frederick Allen

Born in Rochester 26 Feb 1853, the son of Samuel Percival Allen and Harriet Cornelia Stanley, Frederick received his education in the old Satterlee School. During this time his father was collector, Frederick was appointed cashier of the revnue office. At the end of his father's term, he became cashier of the Trader's National Bank. Later, when Frederick Cook and his associates purchased the Bank of Rochester and organized the German-American Bank, Mr. Allen was appointed cashier, a position he held until his death. He was director of the Rochester Trust and Safe Company and an elder and trustee of St. Peter's Presbyterian Church. On 10 May 1894, Mr. Allen was appointed a member of the Board of Trustees of the Sinking Fund of Rochester. He was once associate city treasurer, secretary and treasurer of the Rochester Clearing House Association, treasurer of the City Hospital, treasurer of the Rock Asphalt Paving Company and treasurer of the Rochester National Savings and Loan Association.


Revised: 11/26/11.