Nicholas Weiland

Nicholas Weiland was an Appleton pioneer, having lived in Appleton since 1860 and served as Outagamie County Treasurer in 1873. He suffered the loss of his right arm in the Civil War and his service was recognized in Soldiers' and citizens' album of biographical record [of Wisconsin] containing personal sketches of army men and citizens prominent in loyalty to the Union, (1888), p. 585-586.
From Record of the pioneers of Outagamie County
Wisconsin: also an appendix containing the
minutes and records of the Pioneer Association
since our annual meeting of 1895
, (1898).
The Wisconsin Historical Society record
lists their marriage as taking place
February 9, 1869 in Milwaukee county.

He bought Charles Morey's interest in the Charles Morey flour mill, which still later became Wambolt, Hauert & Company.

In 1877 he and his wife Margaret had local contractor Henry Hoffman build a home at 925 Sixth (now 403 W. Sixth St.) at the southwest corner of Sixth and Elm.

He died in 1917 in Appleton:

From Grand Rapids Tribune, Grand Rapids, Wisconsin
Thursday, June 14, 1917, p. 10