Surname: Reichert

Biographical Sketch of Fred Reichert

Fred Reichert, a well known contractor of Racine, was born November 6, 1886, in this city, his parents being Nichola F. and Catherine (Becker) Reichert, who were also natives of this city. The paternal grandfather, Frederick Reichert, was born in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, and in early manhood came to the new world, here following the occupation of farming. He cast in his lot with the early settlers of Racine County and his son, Nichola F., was born and reared on the old homestead farm and became a contractor and builder. He was thus identified with building operations in this County for

Biography of Nicholas F. Reichert

Nicholas F. Reichert was a substantial, enterprising and progressive business man whose residence in Racine dated from the pioneer period. He was a native son of the city, born April 24, 1854, a son of Frederick Reichert, one of the pioneer residents. who arrived in Racine in 1840 and became identified with the agricultural development of the district. The son was educated in the schools of his home locality and was reared to the occupation of an agriculturist, having the usual experiences of the farm bred boy. He continued to assist his father in the cultivation and development of the

Biographical Sketch of J. P. Reichert

Reichert, J. P.; pres. and gen. mgr.; born, Cleveland, Sept. 14, 1877; son of J. P. and Lena Eichorn Reichert; educated, Cleveland public and high schools; married, Cleveland, Oct. 14, 1903, Martha Augusta Withycombe; issue, two sons, engineers Ohio National Guards; for ten years, bookkeeper Wholesale Dept., William Taylor Sons & Co.; two years sec’y and treas. The Ohio Lead Smelting Co.; entered the employ of J. M. & L. A. Osborn Co., March 4, 1903; made sec’y and treas., Jan. 1, 1904, and pres. and gen. mgr., at Mr. Osborn’s death, July 6, 1912; member St. Paul’s Episcopal Church,