Outagamie County, WI

Posted Queries for January thru April 1998

ROBBERTS, RUBBERT, ZILSKE posted by R. M. Peterson, Jr. on Wednesday, January 14, 1998
Researching all ZILSKE and RUBBERT connections to Outagamie Co. ZILSKEs. Arrived from the 'old country' in 1882 or 1885. RUBBERTs arrived 1866. ROBBERTS (changed to RUBBERT) arrived earlier. Happy to connect with any other Family Historians on these Surnames!
LAFRAMBOIS, ROSENBAUM, TUBBS, WEDEWART posted by John C. Engel on Monday, January 19, 1998
Looking for information about Fred and Francis (LAFRAMBOIS) WEDEWART, as well as their children. They farmed in Seymour. The children were Alice (Mrs. Lloyd) TUBBS, Henry, Elsie, Minnie (Mrs. Ira) ROSENBAUM, Melvin, Anna, Jack, and Robert.
COOLEY, CREASEY, DOUCETTE, VEZEY posted by Bill Cooley on Tuesday, January 20, 1998
Looking for descendants of William (or Charles) VEZEY and his wife Emma (COOLEY) VEZEY, and their two sons Walter J. VEZEY and Frank L. VEZEY (both born in 1880's). Emma married William CREASEY after Mr. Vezey died, and died herself in Appleton in 1917. VEZEY's lived also in Stevens Point and Plover. Walter married Gertrude DOUCETTE in Appleton in 1904.
ALBERT, ALBERTS, BARTLEIN, BOEHM, ECKES, ETZEK, HESSELMAN, HUELSBECK, KUEPPER, SAUTER, STURN, TRIMBORN, WILZ posted by John P. (PAT) Wilz on Tuesday, January 27, 1998
George WILZ (1819-1906) and his wife, Gertrude ALBERTS (1821-1906) came to the US from Germany about 1846. They lived in PA, then IN, then Milwaukee. They bought land in Calumet County, WI in 1866. Succeeding generations contributed mightly to the population around Lake Winnebago including Outagamie County. I have over 1000 descendents and spouses listed, most of whom live in this Eastern WI area. I am seeking information on related family names of : ALBERT, ALBERTS, BARTLEIN, BOEHM, ECKES, ETZEK, HESSELMAN, HUELSBECK, KUEPPER, SAUTER, STURN, TRIMBORN as well as WILZ. John P. Wilz from Mississippi.
MORROW posted by Kathy Rodriguez on Wednesday, January 28, 1998
I am looking for any information on the MORROW Family in the Appleton/Grand Chute area in the 1870-1900 time period. My great-great-grandfather came over from Ireland, where in Ireland I do not know, to the Grand Chute area then onto Angelica. There are several other MORROWS in the Appleton/Grand Chute area at the time, but I do not know if they are relatives. My G-G-Grandfather was George MORROW, whose son was John Francis MORROW. Any help would be great.
GARDNER, GEHRMANN, HAENSGAN, LOCKERY, MOLLON, ZARNOTH posted by Mary C. Wegner on Monday, February 16, 1998
MOLLON,LOCKERY,GARDNER,GEHRMANN,ZARNOTH,HAENSGAN; Would like any information about these family names.
LEACH posted by Estel Beaty on Monday, February 16, 1998
Would like to correspond with descendants of William LEACH of Walworth County, WI. William, born in Cortland County, NY migrated along with his mother, Lovina, and brothers Mason, Jonathan and Shepard Leach to Walworth County, WI shortly before 1850. William and family then moved on to Outagamie County sometime around 1860.
FIESTEDT, TAEGE posted by Joanne Babic on Thursday, February 19, 1998
Looking for any information pertaining to the FIESTEDT family or TAEGE family who settled in the town of Center.
UNDERWOOD posted by Donna Hamerister on Thursday, February 19, 1998
I am looking for any information about Laura and Garnett UNDERWOOD. They lived in Appleton about 1930. Also listed living here around that time are Lyman B. UNDERWOOD and his wife Ivadell. They left Appleton without a trace. Laura and Garnett, gave a son, William up for adoption. He was my father who is now deceased, but I am interested on how to find out where they went after that. Any help anyone would be able to give me I would certainly appreciate it. Thank you in advance.
CHRISTEL, GRAETTINGER, GRETTINGER posted by Grace Radtke on Thursday, February 19, 1998
Looking for any info on Alois GRAETTINGER, GRETTINGER ans Katherina CHRISTEL who lived in Appleton from about 1869 to 1885. Any information will be greatly appreciated.
FAHEY, FAHY, NOONE posted by Virginia Panco Squires on Tuesday, February 24, 1998
I am looking for information on my greatgrandparents, Patrick and Ann NOONE FAHY or FAHEY. Their daughter, Elizabeth Agnes, my grandmother, was born in Freedom, Wisonsin in 1875. I know very little about this family, except that Patrick was born in Ireland around the year 1831. He arrived in New York on September 7, 1851 and became a naturalized citizen in Randolph County, Indiana on September 24, 1853. I have been told, but it hasn't been confirmed that he and Ann were married in Oberlin, Ohio. I believe that there were at least two other children in the family; one son who left home at a fairly early age and another daughter who worked as a nurse. Any information on this family will be greatly appreciated. I would especially like to know which cemetery they are buried. If anyone knows of how I can check on this family, I would like to know. The distance in which I live from Wisconsin makes it difficult to check out things in person.
BANDY, EVENSEN, EVERSEN, MILLER, MUELLER posted by Elizabeth Schmitt on Thursday, February 26, 1998
EVERSEN, EVENSEN, MUELLER, MILLER Would like to locate descendants of Carl Edward EVERSEN, born Drammen, Norway 19 Jan 1881 (baptized as Karl Edvard), to U. S. about 1902-03, died Appleton(?) in 1945. Widower in 1910. What was his 1st wife's name? Was she the mother of his known children, Carl Edward, Jr., Doris (married Howard BANDY), Howard, Virginia, Harold. Carl was the son of Hans Adolph EVENSEN and Gunda MILLER. They came to the U. S. about 1883 and settled in Marinette, WI. Carl remained in Norway, possibly with grandparents. The rest of the children of Adolph EVENSEN and Gunda MILLER used the surname EVENSEN, while Carl used EVERSEN.
MCCOMB posted by Paula Bailey on Wednesday, March 4, 1998
Trying to locate any information about Ira MCCOMB arrived Hortonville, Outagamie County in 1849 with his brother Mathew and Mathew's wife. We have no other information on Ira. Just discovered he existed. Any help will be appreciated.
HORTON posted by Sheila Horton on Thursday, March 12, 1998
Looking for info on the parents and grandparents of Alonzo E. HORTON, the founder of Hortonville, WI and Sandiego, CA
EMMERS, SCHNEIDER posted by Michael D. Salster on Monday, March 16, 1998
Looking for information on Henry EMMERS and Elizabeth T. SCHNEIDER (b. 1865) Their daughter (my grandmother) was Mollie EMMERS b. Oct. 24, 1889. Henry EMMERS was said to be a newspaper editor/publisher in that county. Thanks for any help.
FINNER posted by Karen Hoel on Tuesday, March 17, 1998
I am searcing for information on and descendants of Christof FINNER who settled near New London in Outagamie County sometime before 1876. His nephew Frederick FINNER was discharged from the Prussian Army in 1876 and immigrated to the US. He spent the first winter with Christof before moving to Arcadia, WI. Frederick's sister Paulina (Frederick Rusch) would be my maternal great grandmother.
MURDIE, MURDY posted by Carole Porter Badger on Monday, March 23, 1998
MURDIE or MURDY. We have a photo of "Grandma MURDIE" taken at New London, WI. We think Christiana (maiden name unknown), widow of Andrew MURDIE, moved from Lisbon, St. Lawrence Co.,NY with one of her children, possibly William MURDIE. 1870 NY Census shows her still in NY, living with her son William. She was 64 years old in 1870. Does anyone have information on this family? There were several children in the family and other relatives may have moved to the area.
VANWYCHEN, WISSINK posted by Ann Nussbaum on Thursday, March 26, 1998
Marie Antoinette VANWYCHEN was born in Freedom or Little Chute, Outagaimie, WI 22 Oct 1880. She married John WISSINK. I would like to know more about her parents and where she was married. Thank you.
BLASER, BLAZER, BLAZIER posted by James N. Blazier on Tuesday, April 14, 1998
Surnames: BLAZIER, BLASER, BLAZER I am seeking information on Jakobus and Christiana BLAZER who moved to Appleton, Wisconsin around 1860. They had at least two sons one of whom was named Levi. I am descended from Levi who was born around 1849, according to a later census I found him on when he moved to Oconto Falls. Jakobus seems to have also gone by Abraham and Levi later changed his name to John. Unfortunatelly this is all of the information I have concerning Jakobus and Christiana.
MADER posted by Eric Prelog on Thursday, April 16, 1998
I am wondering who Sherri MADER married. This happened sometime between 1988 and 1994. She lived on N. Ballard Rd in Appleton before she was married.
VANDEHEY, VERBOORT posted by Lorrie Verboort on Tuesday, April 21, 1998
Wish to make contact and exchange info with other VERBOORT and VANDEHEY researchers. Thank you!
GRUETZMACHER, GRUTZMACHER posted by Frank Müller on Monday, April 27, 1998
Surnames: GRUETZMACHER, GRUTZMACHER Charles GRUTZMACHER, Emma GRUTZMACHER b. 29 Mar 1889, Frieda GRUTZMACHER b. 5 Jan 1888 Ella (b. Jan1884), Elsie (b. Sep 1893), Rosa (Oct 1894) all GRUTZMACHER. Parents: Karl GRÜTZMACHER, b. Mecklenburg, Germany; Marie GRÜTZMACHER same as Karl, Town of Greenville.

 

 

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