from Miami, FL
Frederick Anderson ( footballer ) " Frederick Anderson " was a Scotland association football player
which his Clydesdale team lost 2–0 to his former club, Queen's Park in 1874.
Association football player • Scottish football player • Scotland international football player • Clydesdale F.C. player • Queen's Park Football Club player • Football • Club
24 March 1842 • Boston, MA
06 October 1882 • Providence, RI
Frederick C. Anderson " Frederick C. Anderson " ( March 24, 1842 – October 6, 1882 ) was a Union Army soldier in the American Civil War who received the United States military's highest decoration, the Medal of Honor Born in Boston, Massachusetts, and orphaned at a young age, Anderson was adopted by a farming family in rural Raynham, Massachusetts....
Transferred to the 32nd Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry and wounded in the Siege of Petersburg, he returned to the field in time to witness the Confederate States of America surrender at Battle of Appomattox Court House.
Person of Massachusetts in the American Civil War
United States Army Medal of Honor Recipient • American Civil War Recipient of the Medal of Honor • Blue
Vagabond • Assault • Casualties