- Emma A. (1876) married J.B. Chalmers
- Mary H. (1884) married John Bruce
- William L. (1890)
- Alma (1893)
- Leonard 'Sonny' (1897)
- Leonia (1897-1899)
- Augusta 'Gustie' (?) married Herman Breen
Eventually, Otto's parents moved the family to a farm on Coates Highway in Brethren, Michigan. Otto around 1918-1919 bought the farm from his father. The farm is still in the family today.
Michigan Marriages 1868-1925 at pilot.familysearch.org.
Daisy and Otto Fredrick had 11 children:
- Kathryn Louise (1918-)
- Lola Mae (1920-)
- Daisy Marie (1921-2004)
- Otto Robert (1923-1997)
- Richard Lewis (1925-)
- Leona Inez (1926-1996)
- John Leonard (1929-)
- Audrey Jane (1930-)
- Ray Edwin (1932-2001)
- Norman Eugene (1934-1995)
- Norma Jean (1934-)
Otto August Fredrick registered for the World War I draft on 12 September 1918 at the age of 39. Otto listed his occupation as a farmer. Other occupations held by Otto included a sawmill worker and a sailor on the Great Lakes, for 14 years.
I looked for a picture of my grandfather and I and couldn't find one. My grandfather was 79 years old when I was born. I do remember thinking he was old when I was younger. I remember him being a little grouchy. He wasn't one for hugs or warm fuzzies. At a Fredrick family reunion one year, they did a Fredricks Trivia. One of the questions asked was "When remembering Otto, what single personality trait comes to your mind?
The answer was 'ornery'. (Yikes!!)