MILLEISEN, G. FRANK, dealer in coal and wood, was born in Lower Paxton township, Dauphin county, Pa., February 2, 1861. He is a son of George A. and Julia A. (Bitzer) Milleisen. George A. Milleisen was a native of Dauphin county, born in Lower Paxton township. His wife, a native of Lancaster county, is still living, and resides in Harrisburg. They had five children, two of whom are living, Jacob M., of Harrisburg, and G. Frank.
G. Frank Milleisen lived in his native township until he was seven years of age. At this time, 1868, the death of his father occurred. He came with his mother to Harrisburg in that year, and has reside here continuously ever since. Mr. Milleisen received his education in the public schools of Harrisburg, and after its completion engaged as a salesman in the clothing business In 1880 he entered the service of J. S. Sible, in which he remained fourteen years, in the capacity of manager. On April 1, 1895, he engaged in his present business.
He was married in Harrisburg February 25, 1883, to Clara L., daughter of the late Benjamin and Susan Musser, of Harrisburg. They have no children. Mr. Milleisen is a member of Warrior Eagle Lodge, No. 340, I. O. R. M; o fHerculean Castle, K. of G. E., and of Royal Arcanuum, No. 1101. His political views are Republican. He attends Zion Lutheran Church.
Peggy McNeal, for the Dauphin County,
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