Outagamie County, WI

Posted Queries for August thru September 1997


DERFUSS, SCHMITZ posted by John Von Haden on Friday, August 1, 1997
Looking for more information about John SCHMITZ, b. Feb. 22, 1823 m. #1 Katherine and had two daughters, Anna Maria and Susanna, both born in Washington county. m. #2 in Washington county to Kunigunda DERFUSS. They moved to Appleton, where John died May 16, 1905 and is buried at St. Joseph's cemetery. Kunigunda died before 1905... interested in finding the exact date and any information on the two daughters.
FREUND, MOHR, REINECK posted by Warren Young on Friday, August 1, 1997
Carl REINECK was a doctor and lived with his family in Appleton, Wisconsin. He adopted 2 daughters. He was the doctor at the local hospital and served the community as a member of the Board of Directors of the schools. Dr. Carl REINECK, 1880 - 1932 wife, Julia FREUND, 1907 - ? children, daughters, Mary REINECK MOHR and ? Dr. REINECK was a brother to my grandfather, Herman REINECK. Any help appreciated.
SCHMITZ posted by John Von Haden on Saturday, August 2, 1997
Can anyone can do a cemetery look up for me. I am hoping that the tombstone of John SCHMITZ (1823-1905) will list his second wife Kunigunda. John is buried at St. Joseph's cemetery in Appleton.
HEIN, REIMER, SASMAN, WALTERS posted by Dawn Aschenbrenner on Wednesday, August 6, 1997
I am looking for family in the Seymour area. Ida A. WALTERS married John H. REIMER in 1898. Ida had a brother John F. WALTERS. He married Anna SASMAN. They had a daughter Annie and a son Louie. Annie married Joseph HEIN. Heins should still be in the area. Any info on this family would be appreciated.
GRUENTZEL, GRUNTZEL, KLATT posted by Bob Gruentzel on Wednesday, August 20, 1997
The GRUENTZEL's I'm related lived mostly in or near New London. My ggrandfather was Emil GRUENTZEL and his wife Mary KLATT. I would like to find out more about their ancestors and where they were from, I believe Emil was born in the US and Mary was born in Germany. Also I understand that we have relatives in other parts of the state who spelled their name GRUNTZEL. Emil was born march 1876 and Mary was born June 1874.
HOGENKAMP, WISSINK posted by Ann Nussbaum on Monday, August 25, 1997
Bernard WISSINK and Elizabeth HOGENKAMP immigrated to Wisconsin about 1885. Their seventh child, Mary WISSINK was born 24 Jun 1888, I believe, in Freedom, Outagamie, WI. Their next child, Josaphine, was born 14 Aug 1889 in Wrightstown, Brown, WI. Bernard had a brother Theodore who lived in WI at the same time. Do you know anything about Theodore, his wife Anna, their children Anna, Marie, Teddy, John, Frank, Ben, Joe,and George? Do you know anything about Bernard and Elizabeth and their family. Am happy to share.
HOGENKAMP posted by Ann Nussbaum on Monday, August 25, 1997
I have a photo of Antone HOGENKAMP taken in South Kaukauna, WI. I believe that Antone is the brother of Elizabeth HOGENKAMP, born 08 Jun 1853 in Gelderland, Netherlands. Does anyone know of the HOGENKAMP family in Outagamie Co, WI
CORNELIUS, MYKE, SOMERS posted by Lynn Guigue on Friday, August 29, 1997
I am looking for any information on Elizabeth CORNELIUS. She was born on the Oneida Indian Reservation, in 1909. She was the daughter of Joseph CORNELIUS and Hannah SOMERS. She later relocated to Ontario, Canada where she met and married Gordon Leroy MYKE on May 14, 1927 in Hamilton, Ontario. She had nine children: Beatrice, Joan, Jane, Leonard, Delores, Gordon, Ronald, Vivian and Grace. Elizabeth CORNELIUS passed away on June 21, 1986 at the age of 77 in Hamilton, Ontario. If you have any information on any of the above mentioned I would greatly appreciate hearing from you.
SHOLTS, SHULTS, SHULTZ posted by John C. Murphy on Monday, September 1, 1997
I am seeking information concerning relatives (parents, siblings, children, descendants) of the John SHOLTS and Hanna (Hanan) SHOLTS amily. As far as I have been able to determine, John & Hanna had 10 children and the family initially lived in New York, probably in several locations, including Steuben County, before a number of them initially migrated to the vicinity of Eire, Penn., and then, at least some of them, ultimately moved on to Wisconsin. My SHOLTS family located in the townships of Oregon and Rutland, Dane County, (near Madison) Wisconsin, from the time of their arrival in about l846. However, the1870 census shows a sizable number of persons with the SHOLTS surname also in the Mukwonago area of Waukesha County, as well as in a place called "Center"; in Outagamie County. Some of these families may be related to the Madison area SHOLTS families, since SHOLTS was probably not the original name - more likely it was either SHULTS or SHULTZ. Anyone think there can possibly be a connection?.
BALTHAZAR, BALTHAZARD, BALTHAZOR, BENOIT, GOGUETTE posted by Pat Hanrahan on Tuesday, September 2, 1997
I am searching for the marriage record for Charles BALTHAZOR to Mathilda BENOIT. They were married somewhere in Wisconsin in about 1857. They were living in Maple Creek township of Outagamie county, Wisconsin in 1880. Charles died of fever in Outagamie County on 5 April 1885. Is this the same Charles BALTHAZARD that was baptized on 27 July 1823 in St Mathias (La-Conception de la Poine Oliver), Rouville county, Quebec? The birth year matches his age. Also, he appears to have a cousin (Joseph BALTHAZAR) who married Marie GOGUETTE on 17 July 1815 in that same parish. Any information on the BALTHAZAR family is welcome!
BLAKE posted by Amy Kistner on Tuesday, September 16, 1997
I have some ancestors that I believe were born and died in Black Creek. Their surname was BLAKE. The information that I have is from a distant cousin and I would like to verify the birth dates and death dates.
FILLIS, HOGEN, HOOGEN, KEYZERS, MILBOW, VANDENHOOGEN, VANDERHOOGAN posted by Connie Fillis on Friday, September 26, 1997
I am searching for information on Martin Joseph KEYZERS born 1888 in Holland and died 1962 in West Covina, CA. He immigrated from somewhere in Holland through Ellis Island in 1913. He married Adriana VANDENHOOGEN, AKA Jane HOGEN, Jane HOOGEN born 1889 in Holland and died 1980 in Kimberly, WI. She also immigrated through Ellis Island in 1913. They were married in Kimberly, Outagamie County, WI. Their childrn were: Johanna (Anne) Hendrika KEYZERS, born 3-9-1915 in Kimberly, Outagamie County, WI. She later married Louie MILBOW, and Lewis Richard FILLIS, she had two sons, Louis Fillis and Robert Milbow. (I am searching for info on the MILBOW line as well.) Raymond "Fritz" KEYZERS, Joseph KEYZERS, born 1917, Marie KEYZERS, James KEYZERS, and Bernidine KEYZERS. I am searching for Martin KEYZERS and Adriana VANDERHOOGAN's parent information, their birth places in Holland and any information on their naturalization. If anyone has info please E-Mail me. Thank You.


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