Bio: Moll, L. H. (1864 – 19??)
Surnames: Moll, Blodgett, Jacobs
----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Moll, L. H. (18 November 1864 – 19??)
L. H. MOLL, dealer in dry goods, clothing, shoes, hats, groceries, flour and feed, at Edgar, Wis., was born November 18, 1864, in Austria Germany, and came to America when two years old, brought by his parents, Jacob and Anna Mary Moll. They settled at West Bend in Washington County, Wis., where the father was a farmer. He died at Stevens Point when aged forty-six years, his widow surviving to her seventy-fourth year.
L. H. Moll attended school at West Bend and Stevens Point. He started to work as driver of a team and afterward as chore boy in a hotel, then became a clerk in a store and in 1908 went into business for himself in the village of Rosholt in Wisconsin and from there, July 22, 1912, came to Edgar and purchased his present business from C. E. Blodgett, of Marshfield. Mr. Moll married Miss Helena Jacobs, a native of Portage County, Wis.
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