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Early history of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
(1965)

Early prominent men in Saukville history,   pp. 42-44


Page 42

EA ILY PROMIMNT MEN
IN SAUKVILLE HISTORY
CHARLES STOPPER--town clerk, Saukville. A ;ative
born in January, 1843, and was brought to the U.S. by h
184B. He lived with them at Schenectady one year, then
until 1855 at which time the family came to Wisconsin a
Saukville. Here Charles learned the shoemaker trade of
in 1861, returned to Utica. Two years later he went to
he returned home and followed his trade. He was a De
He was married in the fall of 1866 to Margaret Kessler.
children, Alvis, Mene, Christena, Josephine, Peter, Cla
and Joseph.
LOUIS C. WAMBOD--Saukville; a native of Germany,
1830. At the request of his father, he learned the sto
but as he preferred blacksmithing, he, at the age of 19
the U.S. and learned that trade at Williamsville, N.Y.
Niagara Falls and worked on the suspension bridge until
time in 1855 he was married to Elizabeth Mueller. In 1
Saukville and followed his trade, meeting with marked s-
four children, Laura, Mary, Amelia, and Edward. He was
religion.
CHRISTOPHER KIJB--Station and express agent, Sauk
in Mequon, Ozaukee county, on Dec. 30, 1849. He receiv


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