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

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Early Prominent Men
In Saukville History
to Saukville and, in partnership with his brother, William, en
the iercantile business under the firm name of' Ahhauser Bros.
years when they suspended business. In 1862, he purchased the
Hotel. Mr. Ahlhauser was a gentleman who had many ways and tho
many friends. He was a Democrat in politics; was chairman of-
board twelve terms; register of deeds, two terms; member of as
one term; and justice of the peace, which office he held 15 yei
children were John, a harness maker of Saukville; and Henry, a
of Turner Station, Oregon; William, who was county treasurer;
who lived at home.
JOSEPH ALBRECHT--Postmaster, one of Saukville's early stt
prominent men; was a native of Germany, born in 1831. He iij
the U.S. in 1851, and after living in New York City, came to M
In 1855 he settled at Saukville. Here he worked in the turninj
of a sawmill about three years, and later was in the hotel buss
was county clerk, town clerk, chairman of the county board, et(
postmaster. He was married in 1856 to Magdalene Mondhe; they I
children, Joseph and George.*
*The above are "Thumbnail" biographies of some of the ver
early settlers as taken from the book History of Washington
Counties, published by the Western Historical Society of ChicaE

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