Bio: Koenig, Carl (1886 19??)

 

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Surnames: Koenig, Boemer, Denel

 

---Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.

 

Koenig, Carl (5 August 1886 19??)

 

CARL KOENIG, general farmer in the town of Stettin, lives on the farm of 120 acres on which he was born, August 5, 1886, and is a son of Carl F, and Pauline (Boemer) Koenig. Both parents were born in Germany and were married there. Of their family of nine children eight are yet living. The mother still lives on the home farm, but the father died when aged thirty-seven years and six months.  

 

Carl Koenig grew up on the home farm and helped his father to clear it. After his school days were over he took charge of the property, farming in the summer and working for loggers during the winter, and has continued to carry on fanning very successfully. He is financially interested in the local cheese factory and is a member of the Stettin Mutual Insurance Company. In politics he is a Republican and in the spring of 1912 was elected town supervisor.

 

In June, 1910, he married Miss Clara Denel, a daughter of William and Amelia Denel, of the town of Stettin, and they have one child, Dora. Mr. and Mrs. Koenig are members of the Lutheran Church. Mr. Koenig is a member of the local singing society and has been a member of the Stettin band for a number of years.  

 

 


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