Early history of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
The history of Thiensville and Mequon, pp. 75-80
The History of Thiensville and Mequon The Town of Mequon was incorporated in 1846 under the and consisted of exactly the same territory that it contain The first voting precinct was the home of William Donniwell established in 1843. Other names prominent in 1873 not previously mentioned Hodann, proprietor of Mequon House; H. Wurtbmann, Proprieto Thiensville; F. Duwe, manufacturer of wagons, buggies, slel tools in Thiensville; H. Machleith, manufacturer of harness whips etc. in Thiensville; J. Daleiden, wagon maker; G. Sch and surgeon; J. Mueller, blacksmith; J.C. Corrigan, railroa timber contractor; C. Bublitz, proprietor of saw mill; C. G dealer in drugs; G. Kopp, saloon; A. W. Milbrath, general i Veit, saloon and shoemaker; H. Reuter, saloon and store; C. saw mill; J. Bartel, store and saloon. NOTE: Mrs. Eccles, author of this article, acknowledgi valuable assistance of Carl Wilbert, who was for many years Mequon affairs, in locating pioneer sites.
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