- b. 10 March 1806 - d. 16 Aug. 1897
Frederick was born March 10, 1806 in London, England.
He later emigrated to Upper Canada in 1825 to study surveying.
In 1831, Frederick officially qualified as a provincial surveyor, later working for the Board of Works for the Province of Canada (Public Works).
He also dabbled in architecture, drafting several prominent buildings, including:
the conversion of Rideau Hall to the official residence of the governor general of Canada, the Montreal Court House and the Parliament buildings.
In 1872, Frederick received his dismissal from the government, as he was a civil servant over age 65. It is known that he was quite bitter over the event.
He died in Montreal on August 16, 1897.