Biography of Fred Reinhard
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FRED REINHARD - Was born in the village of Kerns, Canton Unterwalden, Switzerland, December 13, 1882, being the youngest child born to Maria and Christiana (Schoile) Reinhard, farmers of that locality, where the father died; the mother is still making her home there.

Fred Reinhard was brought up on the farm and received his education in the public schools, after which he learned cheese making and followed this occupation until 1912. Having heard good reports from California, he determined to come hither, and, March 22, 1912, he arrived in San Francisco, making his way immediately to Eureka, Humboldt county. He soon entered the employ of a lumber company at Korbel, continuing with it and other companies in that vicinity until January 1, 1914, when he came to Eureka and entered the employ of the Myrtle Grove Cemetery as sexton, to which position he has since given his time and ability, and his services are appreciated. He was reared in the Catholic faith and is a member of St. Bernard's Catholic Church. Politically he espouses the principles of the Republican party.

From:
History of Humboldt County, California
With a Biographical Sketches
History by Leigh H. Irving
Historic Record Company
Los Angeles, California 1915


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