Bio: Hubing, Frank A. (1876 – 19??)
Surnames: Hubing, Klein, Beaver, Degenhert, Youngferdorf, Study, Mushawk,
----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Hubing, Frank A. (5 July 1876 – 19??)
FRANK A. HUBING, who is assessor of the village of Athens, Wisconsin, is one of the three proprietors of the Athens Livestock Company, and also conducts a dray and ice business, is one of the representative business men of this section. He was born in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, July 5, 1876, and is a son of Michael and Margaret (Klein) Hubing, who are natives of Wisconsin and now retired residents of Athens. They have seven children: John, Frank, George, Emil, Ernest, Clara and Catherine, the last named being the wife of George Beaver.
Frank A. Hubing secured a good, common school training and assisted his father on the home farm until he was twenty-one years old when he made a little venture in business for himself which resulted favorably, this being the purchase of a timber tract near Loyal, Wisconsin, which he cleared and then sold to advantage. After this Mr. Hubing came to Athens, where, for five years, he was foreman in a saw mill, retiring from that when he entered into the dray business and a few years later in the live stock business. He is still interested in timber to some extent in Marathon County, and is one of the stockholders in the Athens Telephone Company.
On November 28, 1905, Mr. Hubing was married to Miss Mary Degenhert, who was born in Monroe County, Wisconsin. Her parents, Henry and Catherine (Youngferdorf) Degenhert, were born in Germany and the mother still lives in Monroe County. The father, who was a farmer there for a number of years, is now deceased. They had the following children: William; Martin; Anna, who is the wife of William Study; Frederick; Mary; Cecelia; Henry; Amelia, who is the wife of Frank Mushawk; Joseph and Catherine. Mr. and Mrs. Hubing have two children: Leona and Almyra. The family belongs to the Catholic Church and Mr. Hubing is church treasurer. He has served the village in various public capacities, for six years being marshal and for the last two years has been constable and now is assessor. He belongs to the Eagles, to the Catholic Order of Foresters and to the Catholic Family Protective Association.
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