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Agreement with Louis Breithaupt.
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April, 1 1858 (Creation)
- Wagner, Jacob
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Born in Siefersheim, German, Jacob emigrated to Lyons, New York, with his parents in 1840. He originally worked as a farmer and a cooper before beginning to preach at age 18 under the tutelage of Rev. Joseph Harlacher. Jacob married Margaret Hailer (1831-1918) and they had two living children, Rev. Louis Henry (1857-1945) and Catherine (b.1852).
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The Wagners and Hailers were prominent early settler families in Waterloo County, Ontario, as were the Staebler, Biehn/Bean and Breithaupt families.
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Agreement between Jacob Wagner and Louis Breithaupt from April 1, 1858, regarding setting up a tannery in Berlin (now Kitchener).
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Donated by Gordon Wagner in September 1990 and May 1991.
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Rev JB Jan 2019.