HERMAN KLEUTER


From History of Dane County, Wisconsin, publ. by Western Historical Company, Chicago, 1880, page 1007

HERMAN KLEUTER, dealer in groceries, flour and feed, Madison, Wis., was born in Prussia, Sept. 8, 1835; came to America, and direct to Madison, in the winter of 1852. Mr. KLEUTER is a cabinet-maker by trade, and worked at it until 1861; from 1861 to 1863 Mr. KLEUTER, associated with Mr. John LAWRENCE as a partner, was in the grocery business. In 1863 he began his present business. November of 1859, Mr. KLEUTER was married, in Madison, Wis., to Miss Mary RODEFIELD, who was born March 25, 1836. They have eight children - Mary, Julius, Christian, Bertha, Mironie, Herman, Edward, and Henry. Mr. KLEUTER belongs to the Odd Fellows; has been an Alderman for two years. Family belongs to the German Presbyterian Church.


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