Source: Biographical History of Clark & Jackson Counties, Lewis Publishing Co., 1891
Casper A. Krupp
Casper A. Krupp, superintendent and general manager of the mills of Nye,
Lusk & Hudson, of Eidsvold, and a resident of section 28, Thorp Township,
Clark County, was born in New Holstein, Calumet County, Wisconsin, October
12, 1858, the son of John and Clar (Filz) Krupp, both natives of Prussia.
The father came to the United States in 1852, settling in Wisconsin, where
he lived with an uncle near Milwaukee. He now resides in Calument County.
The mother had five children by a former marriage, only one of whom
Casper A., our subject, was reared to farm life, and was educated in the
elementary schools and State Normal School of Oshkosh. He afterward taught
eleven years-six in Calumet County, two in Sheboygan County, and three in
this county. He came to Clark County in the fall of 1884, and first lived in
Thorp until December, 1889, when he removed to Eidsvold. He was first
engaged in scaling logs for the company, and April 1 entered upon the duties
of his present position. He was married in Thorp, October 11, 1888, to
Johanna L. Tiedemann, a daughter of Christian Tiedemann, County Surveyor at
Thorp. Mr. and Mrs. Krupp have one child, Raymond C., born July 2, 1889. Mr.
Krupp has served as Justice of the Peace several years, and is now Town
Clerk of Thorp and Postmaster of Eidsvold. He is a member of the Modern
Woodmen of America, and also of the Catholic Church. His wife is a member of
the Lutheran Church.
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