Bio: Deichsel, Frank (1862 – 19??)
Surnames: Deichsel, Kolter, Rienow, Drinkwater, Marthalor, Schurtt, Haker,
---Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Deichsel, Frank (20 January 1862 – 19??)
FRANK DEICHSEL, general farmer in the town of Maine, owns 127 acres of land. He was born at Wausau, Wis., January 20, 1862 and has spent his life in Marathon County. His parents, August and Mary (Kolter) Deichsel, were born in Germany and are now deceased, their burial being at Wausau. They had the following children: Charles, Jacob, Frank, George, Helen, wife of William Rienow, Amelia, wife of John T. Drinkwater, Marie, wife of George Marthalor and August.
Frank Deichsel attended school until old enough for farm work. He was one of the organizers of the Farmers' Produce Company and one of the stockholders and treasurer, the store and warehouse being situated on the corner of Third and Forest streets, Wausau. Since November 18, 1912 he has had charge of this store and for two years has had charge of the warehouse.
In 1887 Mr. Deichsel was married to Miss Bertha Schurtt, who was born in Marathon County, a daughter of Frederick and Caroline (Haker) Schurtt. They have three children: Robert, Frank J. and Agnes. In politics he is a Democrat, and he belongs to the M. W. A. at Wausau. The family belongs to the Evangelical Lutheran Church.
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