Bio: Nablo, William H. (1871 – 19??)
Surnames: Nablo, Paff, White
----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Nablo, William H. (20 June 1871 – 19??)
WILLIAM H. NABLO, who is one of the stable and representative business men of Wausau, Wisconsin, of which city he has been a resident for fifteen years, during ten of which he has been engaged in the merchant tailoring business, with quarters in the Record-Herald Building, was born in the Dominion of Canada, June 20, 1871, and is a son of Adam Nablo, who followed an agricultural life.
William H. Nablo was reared on the home farm and attended the public schools. In early manhood he went to Buffalo, New York, where he learned tailoring and cutting and from there went to Jamestown, in the same state. At that place he worked as a cutter in one of the best establishments for three years. Later he was employed at Kalamazoo, Michigan, and afterward had two years of tailoring experience at Chicago, Illinois, after which he came to Wausau and entered the employ of Jacob Paff as cutter. He continued with this well known tailor for five years when he purchased the business which he has successfully conducted until the present. His patrons are among the most critical and best dressed men of the city and county and his name alone is sufficient recommendation for the quality and fit of garments.
On November 29, 1905, Mr. Nablo was married to Miss Ida M. White, who was born in Augusta, Wisconsin. He is well known in fraternal circles and belongs to both the Elks and the Knights of Pythias, also to the Wausau Club and the Country Club.
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