Biography of Joseph G. Schutz

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Schutz, Joseph G., Buffalo, is one of three sons and one daughter of Peter and Louisa (Zizer) Schutz, natives of Prussia, Germany, and Brooklyn, N. Y., respectively, and was born in Lancaster, Erie county, October 10, 1863. His grandfather, Nicholas Schutz, born in 1800, came to America with his son Peter in 1852, and still resides in Lancaster (December, 1897), hale and hearty, having worked his farm until he was eighty-three years old. Peter Schutz was born in 1827 and succeeded his father on the farm, which he still conducts. He is a tanner by trade and from 1873 to 1888 was engaged in the liquor business in Buffalo. His wife died April 13, 1879. Joseph C. Schutz attended St. Anne's Parochial School in Buffalo and was successively engaged in the dry goods store of Chester, Morgan & Aaron and E. Hirslifelt & Co., and in the meat market of Charles Orick. He continued in the meat business until 1883, when he engaged in it for himself, being interested with his father; since 1890 he has conducted it on his own account. He is an active Democrat, has served as committeeman three years, and in 1893 and 1897 was his party's candidate for supervisor. He has also been a delegate to various political conventions and is a member of the Odd Fellows, the C. B. L., and the Foresters. In June, 1887, he married Katharine, daughter of David Merganhagen, of Buffalo.


Source:
Our County and its people
A descriptive work on Erie County, New York
Edited by: Truman C. White
The Boston History Company, Publishes 1898

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