Outagamie County, WI

Posted Queries for April thru June 1997

 

BARTLEIN, BOEHM, ECKES, HESSELMAN, KUROWSKI, NILES, SCHOMMER, WILZ posted by John P. (PAT) Wilz on Saturday, April 5, 1997
1. Sabena(Sabina) BARTLEIN (1874-1955) married George WILZ (1874-1940). 2. Emma WILZ (1877-1939), daughter of Napolean WILZ married Tony BOEHM. Their children include Mathilda(ECKES), Katherine (NILES), Barbara (KUROWSKI) (SCHOMMER), Rozella (AKA Sister Malfrieda), and Carl. 3. Willie WILZ married Elsie HESSELMAN.They had 2 children:Gertrude and Lawrence. These families lived in the area around Lake Winnebago and in the counties of Brown, Calumet, Fond du Lac. Manitowoc, Outagamie, Sheboygan, and Winnegbago. Seeking info on BARTLEIN, BOEHM, and HESSELMAN as well as additional info on WILZ family.
GARTLIN, TESSEN posted by Robt. J. "Sam" Tessen on Thursday, April 17, 1997
Does anyone know of someone who hires out to do research? I am trying to track the GARTLIN family of Stephenville and Hortonville and am needing someone to check obits. I have already checked courthouse records. Also tracing TESSEN family of Hortonville and Appleton.
BEEBE posted by Ann Onstad on Saturday, May 3, 1997
I am looking for any information on the BEEBE family who lived in Freedom from 1835 on. Thanks!
VANDECASTLE posted by Anne Marie Van de Castle on Wednesday, May 14, 1997
Researching VANDE CASTLE / VAN DE CASTLE family concentrated in Appleton and DePere. Family had extensive ties with St. Norbert's College. Edward VAN DE CASTLE SR. was born in a small house on the campus in the early 1900's - house destroyed in the 1970s as the campus expanded. I am new to the genealogy hobby, so ANY help is greatly appreciated!
HIDDE, KERWITZ, KITNER, MAAS, SCHULTZ, STEICH posted by Gail Allred on Wednesday, May 21, 1997
Searching for any descendents of Johann and Charlotte MAAS. They lived in Hortonville after emmigrating from Germany. Their children: Christian, married Amelia KERWITZ; Wilhelm F. V. , married Augusta HIDDE; Wilhelmina married August SCHULTZ; Ernest, married Amanda KITNER, and Friedrich married Emelie STEICH. Most are buried either in Floral Hill Cemetery in New London or in the cemetery at Hortonville. Any information appreciated.
DINY, NEWHOUSE, NINEHAUS posted by Richard Casey on Thursday, May 22, 1997
I am in search of information on the family of Francis (Frank) NINEHAUS (NEWHOUSE) b. Nov 1856. Francis died about 1940. He owned land in Freedom, WI. His wife was Elizabeth DINY. We would like to find any and all information about him and his descendants. His mother Regina lived with him in Freedom. I was told they were buried in St Nicholas Cem. in Freedom. Any help is appreciated.
posted by Janet Reid on Tuesday, May 27, 1997
Where would one look for information about native Americans from the Oneida Indian reserve? A friend of mine needs this information.
BOODRY, HANF, HODGDON, KLITZ, KLUTH posted by Tim Sasse on Wednesday, June 4, 1997
Looking for information on family of Sylvester BOODRY of Maine township. Was born in 1819 in Phillips Maine, to WI in about 1856 Moved to Outagamie Co in 1865. 1st wife was Sarah HODGDON of Clinton Maine. Second wife was Gertrude Anna HANF, daughter of Adam HANF and Katherine KLUTH (or KLITZ) who immigrated from Germany in 1856 and settled in the town of Center. Looking for information on HANF family as well.
SIEGEL posted by Shirley Jensen Bawden on Tuesday, June 10, 1997
I am looking for information on John SIEGEL, son of Jacob SIEGEL, who was born in 1843. He is said to have been married in Outagamie Co., WI in 1862, and to have died there in 1915. Would like to know more about him, his wife, and descendants.
ALGAR, BLANCHARD, BLANCHER, BOWER, DORAN, HAAS, OLGAR posted by Vivian Creeden on Saturday, June 14, 1997
Would like to correspond with descendants or anyone researching the following families. George HAAS, b 1829/30 Baden, Germ; d. 1895 Kaukauna. Wife Rosina nee BOWER, b 1831 Germ; d. 1911 Kaukauna. Who were Rosina's parents? Where in Germany was she born? Would also like info on their daughters: 1) Mary Haas, b. 1851, married Henry BLANCHARD / BLANCHER. 2) Margarethe "Maggie" HAAS, b. 1865 Kaukauna, married Wm. ALGAR / OLGAR. 3) Emma HAAS, b. 1867 Kaukauna, married Wm DORAN. Any info on these people will be appreciated.
KRAKELOW, KREKLOW posted by Rebel L. Kreklow on Sunday, June 15, 1997
Seeking connection to KREKLOW family in Outagamie County. My GGGrandfather Wilhem Ludwig KREKLOW died in Jefferson County in December 1904. One of his brothers (name unknown) who attended the funeral was from/near the New London area. This brother apparently had two sons, Herman KREKLOW born July 12, 1874 and died March 10, 1949. There is no record of the other son. The 1875 Wisconsin State Census lists a Charles KRAKELOW (an often used misspelling of KREKLOW) residing in Liberty, Outagamie County. Is this the connection I am looking for? Any information regarding this family, or other KREKLOW familes in Outagamie County would be appreciated. Thanks in advance for any assistance.
WILZ posted by John P. (PAT) Wilz on Thursday, June 19, 1997
Do you know if any of the Newspapers covering Outagamie or Winnegbago Counties have their obituaries in a searchable format? What I am interested in doing is getting copies of (WILZ) family members obits starting about 1880, Any ideas? This family lived around Lake Winnebego. First settled in Harrison TWP.
ANDERSON, BENEDICT, COOLEY, CREASEY, VEZEY posted by Bill Cooley on Saturday, June 21, 1997
Looking for info on family of Thomas Franklin COOLEY, b. 1821 in Onondaga Co, NY, d. 14 Jan 1901 in Appleton, WI. Civil War vet and member of GAR. Married Rosetta B. BENEDICT of Onondaga Co. Resided in Kenosha, New London, and Plover and hotel proprietor in last two. Family in Appleton from 1890 on. Children: Charles F., b. 1846 in New York, d. 18 September 1914, marriage unknown; William Henry, b. 1849 in Kenosha, married Lizzie Lillien ANDERSON of New London in 1875, d. 1904 in Nebraska; Emma, b. 1851 in Kenosha, married to (1) William VEZEY and (2) William CREASEY, d. 19 September 1917 in Appleton; Frank E., b. 1853 in Kenosha, never married, d. 25 March 1895 in Appleton; and Adda or Addie, b. 1856, never married, d. in Appleton on 13 Feb 1926. All but William Henry are buried in Riverside Cemetery.
MUELLER, PARKER posted by Jan Verhaal on Thursday, June 26, 1997
Looking for Mary MUELLER PARKER, I have my Gr Grandmothers (Magdalena MUELLER) obituary, dated Sept 04, 1939 that she is survived by her sister Mary PARKER of Appleton, WI. Looking for her husbands first name, children, parents of Mary and Magdalena, Siblings, Any information is welcome. Magdalena was b. circa 1874. in Fond du Lac, WI? Thank you.

 

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