Biography of Frank Gick
FROM OUR COUNTY AND ITS PEOPLE
A DESCRIPTIVE AND BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD
OF SARATOGA COUNTY, NEW YORK
PREPARED AND PUBLISHED UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE SARATOGIAN
THE BOSTON HISTORY COMPANY, PUBLISHERS 1899

T-Saratoga Springs, New York Directories, 1888-92

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Gick, Frank, was born in the village of Saratoga Springs, August 20, 1865, a son of Michael and Catherine (Maset) Gick, natives of Germany, who came to Saratoga Springs in September, 1848. He was educated in the public and grammar schools of Saratoga Springs and Fort Edward. Collegiate Institute, from which he was graduated in June, 1885, and the Albany Law School, from which he was graduated with the degree of LL.B. in June, 1894. Mr. Gick read law in the office of C. S. & C. C. Lester and was admitted to the bar at the general term held in Saratoga Springs, September 13, 1894. Previous to completing his law studies Mr. Gick was principal of the new graded school at Hadley, N. Y., for two years, and of the public school at Conklingville, N. Y., for one year. In 1888 he passed the State board at Albany and was awarded a State teacher's certificate, issued by A. S. Draper, state superintendent. Mr. Gick is a member of the Patrons of Industry and of the Jeffersonian Democratic Club. He has been practicing law successfully since his admission to the bar and was elected justice of the peace on the Democratic ticket in March, 1896, and took office January 1, 1897. He was acting police justice during the final illness of Judge Swart.


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