HAUTZMAN, FREDERICK H ., dealer in lumber and mill work, Harrisburg, was born in Germany. He is a son of Henry and Katherine (Flagler) Hautzman, both native Germans. The family came to America when Frederick was six years old, and located in Harrisburg. Here he received his education in the public schools. He learned the trade of car-building, and followed this occupation until 1866 when he began the operation of a planing mill. In 1870 he removed to Millersburg, Pa., and operated planing mill there for seventeen years. In 1887 he removed to Harrisburg and become foreman of the John Langletz Co., and held this position until 1893, when he became connected with the Millersburg Planing Mill Company, and opened up the present branch of that business in this city.
He has been twice married. His first wife was Adeline B. Wietzel, to whom he was married in Harrisburg in 1865. To this marriage there were born eleven children, six of whom are living namely: Sarah Alice, Ella May, Charles F., Arthur S., Grace C., and Maud R. Mrs. Hautzman died in Harrisburg. Mr. Hautzman was united in matrimony the second time, December to Mary Alice Siebert, widow of the late Aram Hammaker. There are no children born to this marriage. By her union with her first husband, Mrs. Hautzman has two living children: Nellie May, wife of James McCann, and William S. Mr. Hautzman is a member of Cincinnatus Commandery, No. 96, K. of M., and also an active member of Millersburg Conclave, No. 208, I. O. H. He is a Republican. He and his family are members of the Reformed church.
Peggy McNeal, for the Dauphin County,
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