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Carl Wilhelm Fredrich Buchholz

3 June 1865–28 March 1953

Born 3 June 1865 at Janesville, Rock Co., Wisconsin.[1] Son of Frederick Herman Buchholz and Dorothea Louisa Possin.[2] Partner in Buchholz and Nolan Buggies, by July 1887, in Salt Lake City.[3] Married Seraph Isabel Sears, 29 Dec. 1896, in Salt Lake City; Seraph was a granddaughter of EBW, who hosted their wedding reception.[4] Banker with Commercial National Bank; member of the U.S. Secret Service, 1890–1907.[5] Appointed as deputy county collector of Bingham State Bank, Oct. 1907, in Salt Lake City.[6] Treasurer and board member of Bingham State Bank, 1908.[7] Organized Citizen’s State Bank and appointed as cashier and local manager, Nov. 1909.[8] Treasurer of Consolidated School District, Dec. 1909.[9] Appointed as Salt Lake Co. tax collector, Sept. 1910.[10] Director, shareholder, and cashier of Copper State Bank, 1916.[11] Both Citizen’s and Copper state banks ordered closed for unlawful practices, 9 Dec. 1918.[12] Adjustor for the Utah State Insurance Adjustment Bureau, by 1926.[13] Died 28 Mar. 1953 in San Francisco.[14]

 

[1] “U.S. Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936–2007,” database, Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com, accessed 24 Apr. 2020), Charles William Buchholz. “Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 24 Apr. 2020), Charles William Buchholy (LWS3-LDQ). 

[2] Portrait and Biographical Album of Rock County, Wisconsin (Chicago: Acme Publishing, 1889), 795–796. “Herman Buchholz Died Last Night,” Janesville (WI) Daily Gazette, 16 June 1909, 5. “Frederick Herman Buchholz,” Oak Hill Cemetery, Janesville, Rock Co., WI; Find a Grave, posted 20 Dec. 2014, memorial no. 140281907 (http://findagrave.com, accessed 24 Apr. 2020).

[3] “The Co-Operative Wagon Co.: Their Big Display in the Fourth Procession,” Salt Lake Herald, 7 July 1887, 8.

[4] UT, County Marriages, 1887–1940, Isabel Sears, no. 6256, image 693/782, microfilm 429056, DGS 4624216, FHL. EBW, Diary, 29 Dec. 1896. Carol Cornwall Madsen, Emmeline B. Wells: An Intimate History (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2017), 503–504. “Sears-Buchholz Wedding,” Salt Lake Tribune, 30 Dec. 1896, 5.

[5] “City News in Brief,” Inter-Mountain Republican (Salt Lake City), 5 Jan. 1907, 8.

[6] “Bingham News Notes,” Salt Lake Tribune, 14 Oct. 1907, 8.

[7] “Bingham Notes,” Salt Lake Mining Review, 30 July 1908, 7.

[8] “Business of Week Shows Increase: A New Bank Is Opened,” Salt Lake Herald, 28 Nov. 1909, 3.

[9] “District Schools Are Brought to Consolidation,” Deseret Evening News (Salt Lake City), 18 Dec. 1909, 32.

[10] “Makes It Far Easier to Pay Annual Taxes,” Salt Lake Herald, 21 Sept. 1910, 14.

[11] “Utah Convention Registration,” Coast Banker 17, no. 1, 46. “Bingham Bulletin,” Press-Bulletin (Bingham, UT), 8 Apr. 1920, 5. “Banks Closed for Unlawful Practices,” Ogden (UT) Daily Standard, 10 Dec. 1918, 11. 

[12] “Banks Closed for Unlawful Practices,” Ogden (UT) Daily Standard, 10 Dec. 1918, 11.

[13] “Two Bound Over in Star Style Shop Fire Case,” News-Advocate (Price, UT), 25 Mar. 1926, 1. “Campaigning for Annual Election,” Iron County (UT) Record, 4 Apr. 1931, 3.

[14] “California, Death Index, 1940–1997,” database, Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com, accessed 5 Sept. 2018), State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics, Sacramento. “Deaths,” San Francisco Chronicle, 31 Mar. 1953, 24.