Bio: Frenzel, John A. (1881)
Surnames: Frenzel, Steidmann
----Source: The History of Northern Wisconsin (Marathon County, Wis.) 1881, page 560
JOHN A. FRENZEL, proprietor of foundry, Wausau. Was born in Germany Sept. 15, 1832, and lived in New York one year before coming to Wisconsin in 1850. He lived in Sauk City, Sauk Co., until 1873, when he came to Wausau and established foundry and machine shops. He built his present shops seven years ago; he employs from seven to eight men, and does general work – manufactures plows, straw cutters and saw machinery. Mr. Frenzel has been in the foundry and machine shop business for the last sixteen years. He was married in Sauk City, Wis., in 1858, to Louise Steidmann, a native of Germany. They have eight children – Charles, Ida, Lena, Hermann, Mena, Emma, Othelia and Edwin.
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