Max Bachhuber

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Max Bachhuber (December 13, 1832 – February 2, 1879) was a American farmer, businessman, and politician.

Born in Bavaria, he moved to the United States in 1846 and settled in Addison, Wisconsin. He then moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin and then in 1855 moved to LeRoy, Wisconsin. He was a farmer and store owner. He was postmaster and served in several town offices. He served in the Wisconsin State Assembly in 1860, 1864, and 1875 as a Democrat.[1] His son Andrew Bachhuber, his grandson Frank E. Bachhuber, and great-granddaughter Ruth Bachhuber Doyle also served in the Wisconsin State Assembly.[2]

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