Edward Weisenreder, 1835-1917 [RG0717.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG0717.AM:  Edward Weisenreder, 1835-1917



Volume: 1867-1877

Aspinwall, Nemaha County, Nebraska:  Businessman

Size:  One volume



BACKGROUND NOTE



Edward Weisenreder was born in 1835 at Baden, Germany. At the age of 20 he migrated to America and settled in Aspinwall, Nebraska, in 1863. Weisenreder entered into partnership in a mercantile business with Joseph Watton and was Postmaster at Aspinwall from 1866 to 1872. He was married on January 16, 1866, to Wilhelmina Rothenburger and they were to have three children, Adelia, Minnie and Frank. He is buried at Saint Joseph Cemetery at Broken Bow, Custer County, Nebraska.



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



This collection consists of one folder of manuscript material arranged in one series: 1) Account Book, 1867-1877. This material relates to the mercantile business of Edward Weisenreder at Aspinwall, Nebraska, including recorded sales, store purchases and accounts receivable.



INVENTORY



Box 1

Folder




    1. Account book, 1867-1877



 



Subject headings:



Aspinwall (Nebraska)

Business & finance

Germans in Nebraska

Mercantile facilities

Merchants — Nebraska

Nemaha County (Nebraska) — History

Weisenreder, Edward, 1835-1917



 



DAB/DJR/ab            05-18-1967

Revised TMM          03-14-2016

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