Bio: Anderson, Victor (1881)


Surnames: Anderson, Lellmquist

----Source: The History of Northern Wisconsin, Marathon County, Wis. (1881) page 556

Victor Anderson, foreman in Werheim's planing mill, Wausau. First came to Wausau in 1872, and worked on the railroad a short time; then he worked in the pine woods about four months; then worked for Werheim & Kickbusch, in the sash and door factory, eight years; after which he engaged in his present place. He was born in Christianople, Sweden, December, 1849. He was married, in Wausau, 1877, to Mary Lellmquist, who was born in Sweden, 1857. They have two children, John E. and Frank O.



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