Bio: Kluetz, Edward (History - b 1844)

Poster: Crystal Wendt


Surnames: Kluetz, McCrossen, Kickbusch, Koepps

---Transcribed from pages 438-450 "History of Northern Wisconsin" - Biographical Sketches

Edward Kluetz, general merchandise, Merrill. Was born in Prussia, Aug. 18, 1844. Came to America in 1871, and went up as far as Wausau, in the summer of the same year. He remained there about one year, and taught a German School for a term of five months, at the close of which, he clerked in a store. He then came to Merrill, and clerked there for James McCrossen, of Wausau. He remained in the store for about thirteen months, and after that he clerked for August Kickbusch, until Sept. 1, 1876, then Mr. Kluetz took full charge of the business, bought the goods, and began for himself. He was Justice of the Peace from 1874 to 1876. He has also held the office of Town Clerk. He was married in Prussia, in 1869, to Emilie Koepps, a native of the same country. They have five children Herman E., Martha M., Elizabeth M., Emma M. and Clara E.



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