Wachsmuth, Herman (1857 - 1926)







----Source: THE OWEN ENTERPRISE 01/21/1926

Wachsmuth, Herman (1857 - 1926)

Herman Wachsmuth, an aged resident, residing at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Wm. Jakel, two miles and a half north east of Curtiss, died Saturday afternoon, at about two o'clock, after an illness of five days, the result of a fall down a basement stairway. He was injured about the chest and body, causing his untimely death. He was sixty-nine years of age, and had retired from active farm work. He was one of the early pioneers in this section, coming here when the country was new, and locating on a farm near Curtiss, and since that time has had numerous farms, and was prominent in the development of this section. He leaves to mourn, seven sons, Emil and Edward of this city, Hugo of Manitowoc, Albert of Texas, Charlie, Alfred and Leo and two daughters, Mrs. Wm. Jakel and one who resides at Lake Geneva. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday from the Lutheran church at Curtiss, Rev. Goetch officiating, and burial took place in the Green Grove Cemetery.


The Barn of Herman Wachsmuth in Green Grove, Wisconsin.



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