Biography of William Kronenberg


Kronenberg, William, Hamburg, was born in Hamburg, N. Y., January 2, 1856, and educated in the Hamburg Academy. He learned the tinsmith trade, and was in business with his father until they suffered loss by fire in 1884, when he formed a copartnership with Newton C. Fish of Hamburg in the hardware, tinsmitb, plumbing and wall paper business, under the firm name of Fish & Kronenberg. which business is very successful. February 17, 1881, he married Louisa S. Pierce, and they had three children: Hattie, Charles B. and William N. Mr. Kronenberg is a member of Fraternal Lodge No. 625, F. & A. M., and is a staunch Democrat. His father, Joseph Kronenberg. was born in Luzerne, Switzerland, November 19, 1819. He was a tinsmith by trade and came to America in the year 1846, locating first in Buffalo, and the following year came to Hamburg, where he engaged in business until 1884. He married Fanny Juech, formerly of his native country, and they had eight children. Mrs. Kronenberg died November 24, 1866, and for his second wife he married Mrs. Louisa Freedman of Hamburg. She died in August, 1895, and Mr. Kronenberg survives at this date, 1896.

Our County and it's people
a descriptive work on Erie County, New York
Edited by: Trumen C. White
The Boston History Company, Publishes 1898


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