Hugo Robert William Boerner

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Hugo Robert William Boerner

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Birthplace: Thuringia, Germany
Death: Died in Irvington, Dunn County, Wisconsin, United States
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Son of Friedrich Boerner and Friedericke Boerner
Husband of Mary Boerner
Father of Emil Boerner; Martha Gertrude Cook; Irma Margaret Louise Gerth; Albert H Boerner; Milton A Boerner and 3 others
Brother of <private> Spannaus (Börner); Ottilie Henriette, Christiane Singerhouse; Louis F Boerner and Elva Boerner

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About Hugo Robert William Boerner

From Curtiss-Wedge, F.; Jones, Geo. O. (ed.) / History of Dunn County, Wisconsin (1925) at http://digicoll.library.wisc.edu/cgi-bin/WI/WI-idx?type=turn&id=WI.IHDunnCounty&entity=WI.IHDunnCounty.p0428&isize=text

Hugo Boerner, of Section 16, town of Menomonie is a man with a good agricultural record, proprietor of a farm of 200 acres with good buildings. He was born in the province of Thuringen, Germany, Sept. 2, 1873, son of Frederick and Fredericka (Notnagel) Boerner. The family came to the United States in 1887, proceeding directly west to Dunn County, and for several years thereafter they resided with Settey Singerhaus in the town of Menomonie. With him Hugo Boerner remained until 1891, at which time he entered the employ of the Coffin Box & Lumber Co. at Irvington, where he worked for 11 years. he then bought part of the land which forms his present farm-160 acres in Section 16-of which but a small part had then been cleared. During the years that have since elapsed he has worked persistently and had achieved some excellent results, all without hired help. He has cleared 75 acres and he built a large barn, which he installed with the James & Libby equipment. In 1922 he erected a fine residence of concrete block construction with a ground plan of 32 x 36 feet, and containing 11 rooms. He has also bought another 40 acres of land. His operations have been crowned with success and in addition to his direct farming interests he is a stockholder in the Downsville Cooperative Creamery. He is now serving on the school board of District No. 9. Mr. Boerner was married May 20, 1902, in the city of Menomonie, to Mary Werner, who was born in Dunn County, Nov. 12, 1884, daughter of August and Louise (Moischiek) Werner, the former of whom is now deceased, Mrs. Boerner's mother residing with her. To Mr. and Mrs. Boerner seven children have been born: Emil, Feb. 23, 1903; Martha, Feb. 17, 1904; Irma, April 27, 1905; Albert, Jan. 1, 1910; Milton, May 24, 1912; Norma, March 18, 1914, and Hugo, Dec. 12, 1924.

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Hugo Robert William Boerner's Timeline

1873
September 2, 1873
Thuringia, Germany
1903
February 23, 1903
Age 29
1905
February 17, 1905
Age 31
Menomonie, WI, USA
April 27, 1905
Age 31
Menomonie, WI, USA
1910
January 1, 1910
Age 36
Menomonie, WI, USA
1913
May 24, 1913
Age 39
1919
March 18, 1919
Age 45
Menomonie, Dunn County, Wisconsin, United States
1924
December 12, 1924
Age 51
Menomonie, Dunn County, Wisconsin, United States
1953
1953
Age 79
Irvington, Dunn County, Wisconsin, United States
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