|Birth: ||Dec. 24, 1831|
|Death: ||Sep. 23, 1908|
Christian Andrew Boehm, when a boy he entered the trade of wagon making. In 1852 he arrived in this country and located at Oswego. After the big fire in that city in 1854, he went to Utica and resided seven years, working at his trade.
He came to Camden and partnered with his brother Paul Boehm forming "Boehm Bros' Wagon Shop". Christian married Veronaka Woolley March 19, 1858 in Rome, N. Y. At one time Mr. Boehm was a member of the village board of trustees.
Boehm Bros have been engaged in manufacturing wagons and sleighs in Camden since August 1871. Their wood and iron working shops were located on Church St. next to the town hall. They manufactured a special line of Travoes Sleighs, and fine carriages. He died in Camden in year 1908 at the age of 76 years old.
Photos and information read from "Grip's Historical Souvenir of Camden, N. Y. Pub by Grip 1902"
Forest Park Cemetery
New York, USA
Created by: J Harris
Record added: Mar 24, 2006
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