Biography of John G. Wallenmeier Jr.

Erie County, New York Biographies


Wallenmeier, John G., jr., Tonawanda, was born at Black Rock, October 10, 1862. His father, John G. Wallenmeier, came from Germany and located at Black Rock about 1850, and moved to Tonawanda in 1865. He was the pioneer in the bakery business at Black Rock and Tonawanda. John G., jr., was educated at Tonawanda and at the age of twenty entered the grocery business and continued until 1894, when he was appointed first police justice, under the new law, organizing and governing a police force at Tonawanda, and in 1895 was elected for a term of four years. In 1873 he married Hattie, daughter of Robert L. Koch. Mr. Wallenmeier is one of the progressive men of the town, taking an active interest in it. He is one of the founders of the Niagara Savings and Loan Association, being its president for several years.

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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