TRUMP, FRED C 11 Oct 1905 25 Jun 1999 (V) 93 11432 (Jamaica, Queens, NY) New York 077-12-6123; 077126123 .

I began to wonder if Fred Christ Trump's SSN, like Frank H. Kryder's, had become inserted into the numerology of the FDIC, G.H. Walker & Co., and THE STATE BANK OF INDIA the way the Estate of Minnie V. Kryder and Social Security Number of Frank H. Kryder had. It turned out, with a few calculations, the answer is yes.

Fred Christ Trump, whose original assets came from German descendancy, was born in 1905, the year the German American National Bank/Lincoln National Life Insurance Company was founded. He was 11 years younger than Frank H. Kryder so eventually the real estate careers of the two overlapped through critical portions of 20th Century history, and especially in 1954, the legal end of the Homeowners Loan Corporation.

First to be noticed is that the last four digits of Frank H. Kryder and Fred Christ Trump are the same and we know that Frank's last four digits were handwritten on his Application which was not assigned until creation of the Indiana FDIC in 1942 when Frank was 47:

Fred: 077-12-6123

Frank: 315-20-3612

The four digits independently add up to 12, like 12 Federal Reserve Banks, as compared to the 13 former Baker and Daniels Dozen. (The Dirty Dozen, released 6/15/1967)

NIC 1967-06-14 STANDARD MANAGEMENT COMPANY located at AMARILLO, TX was established as a Domestic Entity Other.

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