Bio: Huntzicker, John Henry & Marie J. (Nichols)
Contact: Stan

----Source: Family Records, Local History, Greenwood Public Library

Surnames: Huntzicker, Nichols


          John Huntzicker


John Huntzicker was born on a farm in the town of Eaton, near Greenwood. He grew up in that area and attended school, also Wisconsin University. He purchased a farm, near the old homestead. He served as town clerk of Eaton for eight years, also was town chairman and was member of the County Board for three years. Upon his election as county treasurer, he bought a home on the Neillsville city's north side.



             John Huntzicker

               (Taken bef. 1915)


Marriage Record


BioM: Nichol, Maria Jane (1890)


Groom: John Henry Huntzicker
Event Date: 28 May 1890
Event Place: Neillsville, Clark, Wisconsin, United States
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Father's Name: Henry Huntzicker
Mother's Name: Mary E. Watenfhul
Bride: Maria Jane Nichol
Spouse's Gender: Female
Spouse's Race: White
Spouse's Birthplace: Canada
Spouse's Father's Name: John A. Nichol
Spouse's Mother's Name: Ann Shouldice


1920 United States Census, Eaton, Clark, Wisconsin, Sheet Letter B, Sheet Number 9

John H Huntzicker, Male, Age 53 (1867)
Marital Status Married
Race White
Race White
Birthplace Wisconsin
Father's Birthplace Alsace-Lorraine
Mother's Birthplace Germany

John H Huntzicker Head M 53 Wisconsin
Marie J Huntzicker Wife F 52 Canada, Immigration Year: 1982, Father's Birthplace: Canada, Mother's Birthplace: Ireland
Frederick W Huntzicker Son M 26 Wisconsin
Ruth A Huntzicker Daughter F 24 Wisconsin
Grace E Huntzicker Daughter F 22 Wisconsin
Bethel M Huntzicker Daughter F 21 Wisconsin


I know that of the 3 pioneer Huntzicker brothers: Henry, George, and Jacob, that Jacob died in 1888, George went to Neillsville in 1877, and Henry stayed on his farm. Henry's son, however, John Huntzicker (1867-1924) is a good candidate for this house: John had been town clerk of Eaton for 8 years, and became Clark Co. Treasurer in 1902. In 1912, John was the first cashier of the Farmers and Merchants Bank. He had five children, so I'm thinking hard that John Huntzicker may have owned the house featured in the photo tour of historic Greenwood homes, #22.  But can't yet confirm.  Cecily Cook


Cecily Cook (bef. 1915 photo of John Huntzicker, above) & Janet Schwarze.



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