Frederick C. Martindale
|Michigan Secretary of State|
|Preceded by||George A. Prescott|
|Succeeded by||Coleman C. Vaughan|
|Member of the Michigan Senate|
from the 1st district
January 4, 1905 – 1908
|Member of the Michigan House of Representatives|
from the Wayne County 2nd district
January 2, 1901 – 1902
|Born||December 18, 1865|
|Died||September 21, 1928(aged 62)|
Frederick C. Martindale (December 18, 1865 – September 21, 1928) was a Michigan politician.
Martindale was a lawyer. On January 2, 1901, Martindale as sworn in as a member Republican of the Michigan House of Representatives from the Wayne County 2nd district. He served in this position until 1902. In 1902, Martindale unsuccessfully ran for position of the member of the Michigan Senate from the 1st district. On January 4, 1905, Martindale was sworn in to this position, which he served in until 1908. Martindale served as Michigan Secretary of State from 1909 to 1914.
Marindale married Mary Tireman.
Martindale committed suicide via self-inflicted gunshot wound on September 21, 1928.
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