Bio: Stueber, John (1879 – 19??)
Surnames: Stueber, Groth, Krueger
---Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
---Stueber, John (26 February 1879 – 19??)
JOHN STUEBER, whose stock farm of 120 acres lies in section 18, town of Berlin, thirteen miles southwest of Merrill and ten miles north of Marathon City, fine markets thus being afforded, was born February 26, 1879, in the town of Granville, Milwaukee County, Wis., where he lived until he was ten years of age.
John Stueber has been engaged in farming and stock raising ever since he reached the age when he could be useful to others, beginning to work on a farm in the town of Shields, Dodge County, Wis., and afterward, up to October, 1908, either labored for a wage for others or rented land and cultivated it in his own interest. At the above date he came to the town of Berlin, and as the farm had already been improved he was saved a large amount of heavy toil and expense. He raises thoroughbred cattle, mainly Holstein, and his stock is registered. He sells his entire yield of cream to the local creamery. About ninety acres of his land is tillable, fifteen acres he rented for pasture land and fifteen acres are covered with timber. He carries on his various industries with excellent judgment and enjoys a large amount of success.
On November 13, 1912, Mr. Stueber was married to Mrs. Emma (Groth) Krueger, a daughter of Ludwig Groth. She was born in Germany and was seven years old when brought to Marathon County. Mr. and Mrs. Stueber are members of the Lutheran Church. He is not identified with any political party, voting independently, but has been elected to several local offices by his fellow-citizens, who recognize his reliability. He is serving as school clerk of District No. 3 and as road superintendent of District No. 7. He is overseer and director of the local creamery and served three years as secretary of the Emmerich cheese factory.
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