Frederick Zetteler

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Frederick Tobias Zetteler (February 11, 1812 - August 19, 1897)[1] was an American real estate developer, pioneer, and politician.

Born in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Zetteler moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1848. In 1853, he moved to Madison, Wisconsin and then, in 1859, back to Milwaukee. Zetteler was a real estate developer. He served as a justice of the peace, a notary public, and was a deputy United States Marshal. In 1863 and 1875, Zetteler served as a Democrat in the Wisconsin State Assembly.[2]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 'The Sentinel Almanac and Book of Facts,' The Sentinel Company: 1898. 'Milwaukee's History In Brief,' pg. xviii
  2. ^ 'Wisconsin Blue Book 1875,' Biographical Sketch of Frederick Tobias Zetteler, pg. 329