Bio: Dengel, Adam (1881)
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Surnames: Dengel, Schwerbel, Sherman

----Source: The History of Northern Wisconsin (Marathon County, Wis.) 1881, page 559

ADAM DENGEL, merchant, Wausau, was born in Prussia, June 27, 1832, and came to Wisconsin in the Summer of 1846, with his parents. They located in the town of Addison, Washington Co., living in that county until 1866. He was, for thirteen years, proprietor of the Hartford House, one of the first hotels in the place. Removed to Appleton in 1866. He kept a grocery in the latter place until 1876, when he came to Wausau, and engaged in general merchandising. Mr. Dengel was married in the town of Hartford, Washington Co., Wis., in November, 1853, to Mary Schwerbel, who was born in Hesse-Darmstadt. They have two children, John and Mary, now Mrs. John J. Sherman. Lost one daughter, who died June 26, 1867, aged seven years.

 

 


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