Bio: Faeh, John (1881)
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---Source: 1881 History of Northern Wisconsin, pg. 208.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF JOHN FAEH

JOHN FAEH, carriage maker and blacksmith, Chippewa Falls, came to Wisconsin in 1854 and located at this place. Was employed in lumber mill for eighteen years, and commenced present business in 1872. Born in Switzerland in 1813, married in Switzerland in 1832 to Mary Romer, who was a native of that country. Came to America in 1845; wife died June 29, 1881. Has three sons óJacob, who served in the war, and is now in the army; Louis, residing in Cleveland, Ohio; William, who served in the war.

 

 

 


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