Biography of P. Louis Buhn
Kern County, CA Biographies





P. LOUIS BUHN is one of the stirring citizens of Old Tehachapi. He came to Califorma in 1863, and after working two years in San Francisco as a gardener, went to be mines of Butte County. In 1870 he camel to Tehachapi, from which point he prospected and mined for about eight years, making some promising mineral discoveries, and now operating several claims. He has also interested himself in agricultural pursuits. He owns 400 acres of farming, grazing and timber lands at Old Tehachapi, a portion of which is in a high state of cultivation, and on which he has about sixty bearing apple trees, two hundred and fifty cherry trees, twenty seven pear trees, and an an assortment of other fruits.

Mr. Buhn was born in 1843, in Baden, Germany, and his wife is a native of the same place. They were married on January 17, 1875, and have seven children, namely; George Frederick W., Annie L., Frank H., Rosie E., Lena M. and Gustave W. Like the majority of his countrymen, Mr. Bruhn is a man of thrift and eneregy. He is public spirited and highly respected.

From:
Memorial and Biographical History
of the counties of
Fresno, Tulare and Kern,
California
The Lewis Publishing Company
Chicago 1891


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