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Daniel Kusel Jr. Home

 

203 N Church

1908

 

06 26     Seriously Injured.  While employed assisting at carpenter work on the new residence of D. Kusel in Church Street, George Strassburg fell from a scaffold on Monday and fractured the bone of his forehead. His forehead was also severely cut, three stitches being required to sew it up. Dr. Werner attended him, and he says he will be all right again in a short time.   WG

 

06 26     A new residence is being erected in Church Street by Daniel Kusel, Jr, the plans for which were drawn by Otto Uehling, of Milwaukee.   WG

 

11 27     Daniel Kusel Jr., and Miss Martha Henes were married in Milwaukee at the home of the bride’s mother, Mrs. Louis Henes, at 6 o'clock p.m. on Wednesday, November 25, 1908, by Rev. Mr. Slidell of the Episcopal Church.  George Kusel, brother of the groom, and Miss Catherine Henes, sitter of the bride, officiated as groomsman and bridesmaid.  The groom is a son a Daniel Kusel, Sr., and wife of this city, and is one of Watertown's most highly esteemed young men.  He is a member of the D. & F. Kusel Hardware Co. of this city and all who know him are his friends and wish him long life and happiness in the life he has just entered.  His bride is a member of one of Milwaukee's best families, and like her husband is popular with a large acquaintance.  She is quite well known in Watertown, having visited our city on many occasions.  She is an accomplished and amiable young lady, and a most worthy companion for the young man who has won her for a wife.  The Gazette extends hearty greetings and trusts that their married life so auspiciously begun, will be full of sunshine and happiness.  After January 15, 1909, they will be at home to their friends at 203 Church Street, in a magnificent new home just completed by the groom.  WG