Otto Boll is one of the successful farmers of Sheboygan Falls township where he is engaged in general farming and in the raising of high-grade Friesian cattle. He was born in Sheboygan Falls May 25, 1886, and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. (Joachim) Boll, both of whom were natives of Germany, and who emigrated to the United States, settling on a farm in Sheboygan county, Wisconsin. The father was a young lad at the time he emigrated with his parents to this country and during his active years he was successfully engaged in farming. He now lives a retired life making his home with his son Otto. In the family were eight children: John, of Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin; Emma, the wife of R. P. Dassow, of Sheboygan Falls; Gustave, of Lima township; Ernst, of Sheboygan township; Otto, our subject; Harry, of Sheboygan Falls township; Elsie, who married Lewis Arnoldi, of Sheboygan Falls township; and Adelia, who makes her home with her sister Elsie.
Otto Boll purchased the old homestead of his father where he now resides, and is engaged in general farming and in the breeding and raising of dairy and stock cattle, in which business he has attained a very gratifying success.
Mr. Boll was united in marriage on May 20, 1911, to Miss Helen Millert, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Millert, both of whom are natives of Sheboygan county and now reside in Sheboygan Falls township. Mr. and Mrs. Boll are members of the Lutheran church and he is a socialist in his political belief. Mr. Boll has been very successful in his agricultural pursuits and is one of the well known and respected men of this portion of the state.
Information gathered and adapted from History of Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, Past and Present
Carl Zillier, Editor
Pubished by The S.J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1912, Chicago, IL