Bio: Osswald, Henry (1873 – 19??)
Surnames: Osswald, Brockmann
----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Osswald, Henry (22 November 1873 – 19??)
HENRY OSSWALD, proprietor of the City Bakery at Wausau and an experienced and reliable business man of this city, was born at Wausau, November 22, 1873, is a son of Christian Osswald, who was a pioneer in the baking business here and now lives retired.
Henry Osswald was educated in the public schools and from youth assisted his father in his grocery store and later learned the baking business with him. When his father retired from business Mr. Osswald succeeded. This is one of the best known and most largely patronized bakeries in the city and Mr. Osswald finds it necessary to keep six men employed and also three clerks to handle the trade. In addition to the usual bakery goods Mr. Osswald prepares many German dainties for which there is a large demand.
Mr. Osswald married Miss Martha Brockmann, who was born in Germany and they have two children, Henry and Walter. Mr. Osswald is identified with several German organizations.
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