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

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Early Prominent Men
In Saukville History
education and lived with his parents on a farm until 1868. Hi
turned his attention to railroading, learning the business at
and soon took charge of the station at Thiensville. Here, in
was married to Minnie Zimmerman, daughter of Adolph and Fredr:
Zimmerman. In 1879, he re-moved t- Cedarburg, where he r    j
since which time he has had charge of the station at Saukvillo
had two children, Ada A.M., and Alfred A.J. He was a Libe-al
AUGUST KOENIG--Proprietor of Saukville Mills; was born i
1827 and was married at the age of 25 to Christena Schum nn.
immigrated to the U.S. in 1854 and settled at Saukyille. Her(
as a cmmon laborer for two years when he was stricken with r)
and, therefore engaged in the mercantile business. In 1879, 1
mortgage against the Saukville Mills, and as they were detro
compelled to foreclose the same and take the property. He th,
the mill at the cost of $18,000; put in five run of stone, on(
single and one set of double rollers. The mill then had a ca]
75 barrels a day. He had five children, Minnie, (Mrs. Julius
Oscar, Delia, Otto and Max. Oscar Koenig was born in 3aukvil
received a common school education in both English and German
a commercial education at Spencerian College of Milwaukee. Hi
in his father's store until 1881, and later had charge of the
mills. He was married in 1880 to Mary Kuhefass of Cedarburg.
ANTHONY A$H{AUSER--Saukville, was an old settler of Ozaul
A native of Germany, he was born Nov. 8, 1827; and cae with
to the United States in 1845 and settled on a farm in the towi
Here in 1851, he was married to Mary Groeteluesohen. In 1856

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