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W. T. Albers

Source:The History of Northern Wisconsin, Vol II. Chicago: Western Historical Pub. Co., 1881, p. 539

School teacher, notary public, solicitor and conveyancer, P. O. Hika. Born May 22, 1840 in Bavaria. Came to St. Louis in 1860, and taught school. He afterward removed to Iowa. In 1862 he entered the service as first lieutenant, Company C, 12th Iowa, and soon after promoted to captain and inspector of the first division, 15th Army Corps. Served on the staff of Gens. J. A. Mowrer and H. A. Smith. At the close of the war he came to Columbus, Ohio, where he remained about three years. He then went to Virginia and speculated in oil. In 1872 came to Milwaukee. In 1875 removed to Centerville, where he has since taught school. Mr. Albers holds the office of Justice of the Peace, Town Clerk and others. Married September 2, 1875 to Matilda Vollbrecht, of Sheboygan. They have one son and one daughter.


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