History of Erie County, Pennsylvania, 1884
Maximilian Bosch Biography
Maximilian Bosch, drugs, etc., 1026 Parade street, Erie, was born in Schloss Neresheim, Wurtemberg, Germany. In 1856, he came to America with his parents, John and Annie Bosch, who settled here in 1866, and who are both buried in the Lake View Cemetery. After completing his literary education, Mr. Bosch sustained a 9 years' reputable connection as a drug clerk, then established himself in business, and has since been prominently identified with the drug trade of Erie City; he is making a specialty of proprietary medicines, such as his "Wadsworth's Annihilator of Pain."
Our subject was united in marriage in April, 1882, with Frances Kiehm, a lady of fine literary attainments, who was born and reared in Milwaukee, Wis. They are both regular communicants in the Roman Catholic Church.
Source: History of Erie County, Pennsylvania; City of Erie; Chicago; Warner, Beers & Co.; 1884
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