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Fred Dennett

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Succeeded by  Clay Tallman
Spouse(s)  Elizabeth A. Comerford

Name  Fred Dennett
Resting place  Brentwood
Fred Dennett
Preceded by  Richard Achilles Ballinger
Born  June 27, 1863 Valparaiso, Chile (1863-06-27)
Alma mater  George Washington University Law School
Died  September 28, 1928, Washington, D.C., United States
Education  George Washington University Law School

Fred Dennett was the 32nd Commissioner of the General Land Office from 1908-1913.

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Fred Dennett was the son of Rev. D. Richard and Eleanor (Garforth) Dennett. He was born at Valparaiso, Chile on June 27, 1863. He was educated at Malvern College, Great Malvern, England. He was a graduate of George Washington University Law School with LL.B. in 1894 and LL.M. in 1896. Dennett married Elizabeth A. Comerford of Morris, Illinois on November 23, 1892. He edited and part-owned the Milton, North Dakota Globe. He was a member of the North Dakota House of Representatives.

Fred Dennet died September 28, 1928 at Washington, D.C. and is buried at Fort Lincoln Cemetery in Brentwood, Maryland.


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