Frank
Wilmot


FRANK A. WILMOT was a Camden police officer in the 1930s. He was accused of corruption in 1934 and was cleared of all charges.

Frank Wilmot was the son of Franklin and Eleanor Jane Wilmot. His parents married in September of 1887. The Wilmots moved to 1622 Fillmore Street in Camden's Eighth Ward around 1894. Eleanor Jane Wilmot was an active member of the Church of the Sacred Heart at Broadway and Ferry Avenue, and was well known in her neighborhood. 

Frank Wilmot attended the Mickle School at South 6th & Van Hook Streets. On March 1, 1928 Frank Wilmot was appointed to the Camden Police Department along with the following men, Francis Guetherman, August Riehm, William Schriver, Edward Shapiro, John V. Wilkie, Earl Wright, Edward Cahill, Marshall Thompson, Stanley Bobiak, Paul Edwards, Leon Feltz, Walter Vecander, Joseph Lack, Thomas Stanton, Otto Toperzer, and George Getley. 

Frank Wilmot was sworn in as a Camden police officer in June of 1928, and was still on the job when he passed away in July of 1962.

Camden Daily Courier
June 14, 1915

Frank Wilmot
Y.M.C.A.

John W. Mickle School

 

 

 

Camden Daily Courier
June 29, 1921

Fillmore Street
Church of the Sacred Heart

 

 

 

 

 

Camden Courier-Post
March 9, 1928

Baring Street
William D. Nolan
William D. Sayrs
Frank Wilmot

 

 

 

 

 

 

Camden Courier-Post - March 29, 1930

300 POLICE OFFICIALS OF STATE MEET HERE
78 Departments Represented at Benevolent Association Session

More than 300 state officers and delegates representing 78 New Jersey police departments were present yesterday at a meeting of the State Patrolmen's Benevolent Association at Tenth Street and Kaighn Avenue yesterday.

All state officers were present at the afternoon meeting, including State President Dennis Byrne, of New Brunswick; First Vice President Henry Miller, of Rahway; Second Vice president, August Harasdzira, of Garfield; Recording Secretary Michael McKeever, of Trenton; Financial Secretary Thomas Higgins, of West Orange, and State Treasurer William Mallon, of West New York.

Police work used in various cities was discussed. Plans were made for the state convention in Wildwood September 14, 15 and 16. Everett Joslin, Herbert Bott and George Weber were named local delegates to represent the local union, No. 35 at the Wildwood convention.

Chief of Police Lewis H. Stehr welcomed the delegates. A telegram of welcome was read from Director of Public Safety David S. Rhone, who is in Washington.

The committee in charge of yesterday's meeting consisted of Clifford Flenard, president of Local No. 35; Stanley Wirtz, Edward Cahill, Frank Wilmot, John McTaggart, James McTaggart and Howard Henery .

Camden Courier-Post
April 2, 1934

John Lockwood
Kaighn Avenue
Martin Wood
Liberty Street
Abraham Franks
Lyric Theater
Broadway

Mount Vernon Street

Walter Mattison
Frank Wilmot

 

 

 


 

 

Camden Courier-Post
April 13, 1934

Lester Clothing Company
Dr. I.S. Siris
Broadway
William McGrath

Frank Wilmot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Camden Courier-Post
June 18, 1934

John Rodford
Kaighn Avenue
West Jersey Hospital
Thomas Cheeseman
Frank Wilmot

 

 

 


Camden Courier-Post
Evening Courier - September 10, 1934

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Arthur Colsey - Ralph Bakley - William T. Feitz - Frank T. Lloyd - Samuel P. Orlando - Emma Heisler
George Ward - Michael Tenerelli aka Mickey Blair - Edward V. Martino - John Garrity
Walter S. Mattison - Edward Leonard - Richard Cornog - George Weber - Joseph Leonhardt
Leon Branch - Thomas Cheeseman - Frank Wilmot - John Houston - Vernon Jones

GIRL, 15, ACCUSES YOUTH

Albert Karge, 20, of 705 Blaine Street was arrested by Patrolman Frank Wilmot last night charged with a statutory offense against a 15-year-old South Camden girl. 

The charges were made by the girl's father. Karge will be given a hearing in police court today. 

Camden Courier-Post
June 14, 1933

Camden Courier-Post
Evening Courier - September 11, 1934
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Arthur Colsey - Ralph Bakley - William T. Feitz - Frank T. Lloyd - Samuel P. Orlando - Emma Heisler
George Ward - Michael Tenerelli aka Mickey Blair - John Garrity - J. Harry Switzer
Walter S. Mattison - Edward Leonard - Richard Cornog - George Weber - Joseph Leonhardt
Leon Branch - Thomas Cheeseman - Frank Wilmot - John Houston - Vernon Jones
John Potter - Walter Welch - Herbert Anderson

Camden Courier-Post * October 12, 1934

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Left: Thomas Cheeseman
Right: Vernon Jones

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Frank T. Lloyd - William T. Feitz
Emma Heisler - Roy R. Stewart
Glenn Brown - Michael Tocco
Thomas Cheeseman - Vernon Jones

George Weber - Frank Wilmot
Howard Fisher - Joseph Leonhardt
Frank F. Neutze - Arthur Colsey
Lawrence T. Doran - Samuel P. Orlando
Rand Street - Baring Street
Division Street - South 6th Street
Kaighn Avenue - Princess Avenue
Sycamore Street


George Weber - Frank Wilmot - Howard Fisher - Joseph Leonhardt
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 Frank Martz - Erie Street - Albert Young - North 2nd Street - Andrew Pointkowski - South 9th Street
Crawford Smith - Carman Street - Charles Simonin - Fairview Street - John Studinger - Federal Street Samuel Ford - John Geronio - Cooper Street - James Davis - Mt. Vernon Street - Oscar Conway
Mitchell Street - Mary Angelo - Pine Street - Thomas Kirk -
Carpenter Street - Samuel Karon
Mt. Ephraim Avenue - Walter Hart - Thurman Street - Frank Kulczynski - Orchard Street
Clarence Arthur - Clifford Del Rossi - Benjamin Simon - Leon Branch - Walter Smith - Howard M. Smith
Michael Tenerelli aka Mickey Blair - Anna Smallwood - Fred Klosterman - Joseph Klosterman
Lillian Vincent - Frank Tyson - Edmund Powell - William Kinsler - John Feitz - Walter Taylor - Joseph Rea
Harry Smith - John Lockwood - Edward Troutman - Thomas Moreland 

Camden Courier-Post
July 16, 1946

 

 

 


Camden Courier-Post
July 11, 1962

 

 

 

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