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Albert A. Franzheim
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Birth: Dec. 13, 1861
Ohio County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Dec. 12, 1937

From "HISTORY OF THE UPPER OHIO VALLEY," Vol. I, pages 287-288.
Brant & Fuller, 1890.

"Albert A. Franzheim, secretary of the city board of gas trustees, of
Wheeling, is a native of that city, born December 13, 1861, the son
of George W. Franzheim, deceased, who was one of the leading citizens
of Wheeling during his lifetime. Mr. Franzheim was reared at
Wheeling and received his education in the schools of the city. His
first employment was in the Wheeling pottery, where he was engaged
for about one year, and at the end of that time, upon the decease of
his brother, G. Will Franzheim, he succeeded him in the retail
jewelry business. From 1881, the date of his going into that trade,
until 1886, he followed the jewelry business, and at the end of that
time he sold out and removed to New Mexico to took after some silver
mining interests in that territory. After remaining there during
1886 and 1887 he returned to Wheeling, and in October 16, 1889, he
was appointed by the board of gas trustees to his present position,
for the term Of two years. Mr. Franzheim has been for several years
active in political matters, and is conspicuous as a campaign
organizer and worker in the interests of the democratic party. He
was one of the organizers of the Young Men's Democratic club, and
during the campaign of 1888 was president of the same. He is a
member of the city and county executive committees. In 1884 Mr.
Franzheim was appointed by Governor Wilson as a member of his staff,
and subsequently promoted to commissary general of the state. In the
spring of 1889 he was appointed by the governor as a member of the
commission to locate the state reform school. He is prominent
fraternally, as a member of Bates lodge, No. 33, F. & A. M., Wheeling
Union chapter, Cyrene commandery, K. T., Wheeling consistory, Osirus
temple, Mystic Shrine; of Black Prince lodge, No. 29, K. of P.; of
Wheeling lodge, No. 28, B. P. 0. Elks, and of other organizations."
Family links: 
  George William Franzheim (1824 - 1877)
  Mary Ann Hornung Franzheim (1833 - 1920)
  Kate D. Hardon Franzheim (1867 - 1925)*
  Charles W. Franzheim (1853 - 1912)*
  George Will Franzheim (1857 - 1891)*
  Louis H. Franzheim (1860 - 1886)*
  Albert A. Franzheim (1861 - 1937)
  Harry Conrad Franzheim (1864 - 1915)*
  Edward Bates Franzheim (1866 - 1942)*
*Calculated relationship
Greenwood Cemetery
Ohio County
West Virginia, USA
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