Bio: Stuhlfauth, George (1854 – 19??)
Surnames: Stuhlfauth, Fackt
----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
---Stuhlfauth, George (13 July 1854 – 19??)
GEORGE STUHLFAUTH, who, for thirty years has been a resident of Wausau, Wisconsin, is one of the city's best known citizens and owns farming lands in different parts of Marathon County. He was born July 13, 1854, in Germany, a son of George Stuhlfauth, who was a baker by trade and who taught the business to his son.
After coming to America, the younger George Stuhlfauth located in Illinois and conducted a bakery there for two years and then came to Wausau and operated a bakery here for two years. He then went into the horse business, in which he is yet interested; he deals also in vehicles and harness, handling a line of wagons, carts, sleighs and buggies and is prepared to supply almost any kind of conveyance.
Mr. Stuhlfauth was married in Germany, to Miss Maria Fackt, and they have five children: George, who is a resident of Chicago, Illinois; and Marie, Jacob, Louise and John. The family belongs to St. Paul's Church. He has long been identified with the Masonic fraternity. During his many years of residence here, Mr. Stuhlfauth has seen the village develop into a city and other wonderful changes take place in Northern Wisconsin.
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