Frederic Cameron Church (1897-1983)

Frederic Cameron Church Jr., of Beacon Street, Boston

He was educated at St. Paul's School, New Hampshire, and Harvard University (1922). He served in the war with the U.S. Navy before graduating from Harvard and was Class President in 1920 and Captain of the Crimson hockey team. In 1926, he established his own insurance firm (both his father and grandfather had established their own insurance firms) known as Boit, Dalton & Church, Boston. In 1925, he married Muriel Vanderbilt and her father gifted them "Dudley Place" at Newport where she kept her show horses. They divorced four years later in 1929. In 1948, he married Agnes Devens Boardman and they had five children and lived on Beacon Street, Boston.
Contributed by Mark Meredith on 21/01/2021 and last updated on 13/09/2022.