Outagamie County, WI

Posted Queries for May thru July 1998

DANY, DENEY, DENNEY, DENNY, GALLEA, LINDSAY, MCNITT, TENNIE posted by Janice Deney on Monday, May 18, 1998
Surnames: DENEY, DENNY, DENNEY, DANY, ?TENNIE, MCNITT, LINDSAY, GALLEA Query: Am looking for information on Melissa (maiden: DENEY) GALLEA. Her husband was Burton Gallea (his family formally from Canada). Melissa's parents were John DENEY / DENNY and Lucetta MCNITT both born in the area of Ellisburg, Jefferson Co, New York. Melissa is listed with her two brothers Edgar John DENEY and Chandler DENEY in Ellisburg, Jefferson Co NY Census's, but is listed as a GALLEA with her husband Burton on the 1855(she is listed as age 15 and Burton age 22). Melissa DENEY GALLEA died somewhere in Outagamie County Wisconsin in 1881. Her brother Chandler was also in the 1861-1865 Col 3rd Wisc Cal., Chandler DENEY was born in the year 1837 and died 8 Mar 1900 in Waseca, Waseca Co Minn. , His wife was Lydia DENNY (daughter of Hugh & Susannah DENNY of New York).
CARSON, POLAR, ROADES posted by Cindy Bergeron Scherwinski on Wednesday, May 20, 1998
Are we related? Giles H. POLAR born: June 1850 in Omro, Winnebago, WI son of Rancellor POLAR and Mary Jane CARSON. Giles died in 1923 possibly in Winnebago county. He married Delia ROADES (no other information available) in Medina, Outagamie, WI. They lived in or near Medina or Dale. Thanks in advance.
KNUTH, MARTIN posted by Denise Meador on Wednesday, June 3, 1998
I'm looking for any information on Eva KNUTH b. abt Dec 1862 in Germany, immigrated to US abt 1881, md abt 1882 to Louis MARTIN. They're listed in the 1900 Plymouth, Sheboyan, WI census with their 7 children Flora, Arthur, Fred, Herman, Paul, Alma, and Otto. This is all the information that I have on her, so would appreciate any help, especially with her siblings and parents.
SANDERS posted by Glen Sanders on Friday, June 5, 1998
Researching family of Jan (John) SANDERS who immigrated from the Netherlands, province of Gelderland, in the year of 1848. The family settled in the town of Freedom, Wisconsin and was listed as being one of the original settlers. Family consists of John, born in Holland about 1806, his wife, Helena, born in Holland about 1810 and their children Steven (Stephen),Johanna, Hendrik, Arend, Cornelius, and John, all born in Holland. They later had two other children Herman, born 1849 in Wisconsin, and Peter, born about 1853, in Wisconsin. James SANDERS (brother to John SANDERS) also immigrated to the US in 1848 and settled, at least for a short time, in Freedom, Wisconsin. Evert SANDERS (brother to John and James)immigrated to the US in 1858 and settled in the town of Buchanan, where he held public office for several years.
GILBERT, HOYT, MORSE posted by Claudia Schuman on Friday, June 12, 1998
Trying to locate an obituary for Frank A HOYT who died in Appleton on June 29, 1915. His remains were taken to Janesville, Rock Co. WI for burial in the Oakhill Cemetery. Frank was the son of Harvey and Emily (MORSE) Hoyt. He was married to Hannah (GILBERT) who died previously on May 11, 1912 in Antigo. WI. They had two known children (possibly more) Charles and Benjamin HOYT.
ALGER, BAUMGARTEN, BLAIR, COENEN, CONRAD, COONEN, CUSTER, DAUL, DESPINS, EHNERD, FREE, GERTZ, GEURTS, GRIGNON, HARP, HUISMAN, HUSS, KLOES, KRUEGER, LONDRE, LUEBKE, MEULEMANS, MILLER, MOEDE, PETHKE, SCHMITT, SCHOOL, SEIF, SPREEMAN, THEIMER, VANDEHEY, VOGTS, WIERSCHKE, WILBER, WURDINGER, ZIERLER posted by Gavin Schmitt on Thursday, July 2, 1998
Schmitt-Wilber (44K zipped). This GEDCOM focuses on MY personal family, the Dale SCHMITT / LuAnn WILBER family. To download the gedcom file goto: http://www.vbe.com/~schmitt/family.zip Prominent Surnames: ALGER, BAUMGARTEN, BLAIR, COENEN, CONRAD, COONEN, CUSTER, DAUL, DESPINS, EHNERD, FREE, GERTZ, GEURTS, GRIGNON, HARP, HUISMAN, HUSS, KLOES, KRUEGER, LONDRE, LUEBKE, MEULEMANS, MILLER, MOEDE, PETHKE, SCHMITT, SCHOOL, SEIF, SPREEMAN, THEIMER, VANDEHEY, VOGTS, WIERSCHKE, WILBER, WURDINGER, ZIERLER.
BOURASSA, GRIGNON posted by Gavin Schmitt on Thursday, July 2, 1998
The BOURASSA Family (60K zipped). To download the gedcom file goto: http://www.vbe.com/~schmitt/bourassa.zip This collection is about the French-Canadian BOURASSA family, but also includes the VERY EARLY family history of the Augustin GRIGNON family, which may be of interest to Kaukauna researchers.
SLATTERY posted by Colleen Cain on Tuesday, July 7, 1998
I am looking for information regarding Austin G. SLATTERY 1860-1936 and his wife Elizabeth (nee unknown). I know one of their sons Charles H. was born in Appleton and there were several other children of which I do have the names. They evidentally ended up in West Allis, Milwaukee area. I would like info regarding the period before they moved to the Milwaukee area.
GOODWIN, SLATTERY posted by Colleen Cain on Monday, July 20, 1998
Looking for information about Elizabeth GOODWIN 1867-1920. She married Austin G. SLATTERY 1860-1936. I know nothing about her after her marriage i.e. where she was born, parents etc. She was my great grandmother.
PEASE posted by Mark Stevens on Monday, July 20, 1998
Looking for info on Elizabeth PEASE - born 189(8?) in Kaukauna. She was my grandmother, and we don't know her parent's names. Her father was a train conductor,and was her mother's second husband. Any info on local PEASES would be appreciated.
DENESEUS, RABIDEAU, THIESEN posted by Suzie Rabideau on Tuesday, August 11, 1998
Looking for information on Rose RABIDEAU b La Mere Canada 1860. Husband was Anton. Married Plattsburg NY. Anton who was reported to have taken "French Leave". Children by Anton were: Fred, Leo, George, and Edith. Next married Henry DENESEUS - one child Irene Theresa - b abt 1898. 3rd husband Nick THIESEN , b. 1869 Germany. Nick was believed to have owned the Fox River Valley Mineral Water Co. They moved to Antigo WI Rose died in 1935.
BLOOD, CONKEY, CURTICE posted by Julia Conkey on Thursday, August 20, 1998
Seeking info re parents of/family tree prior to birth of Walter L. CONKEY, born Dec. 4, 1886, Appleton, WI. Seeking info re Ruth BLOOD CONKEY, born nov. 12, 1889, Appleton, WI, married Walter L. CONKEY, Jr approx 1907, her parents were Frederick Henry BLOOD, born Aug 6, 1848, Green Bay, WI; mother Lillian Elizabeth CURTICE, born oct 22, 1852, Whitewater, WI; they married Dec 16, 1875, Whitewater, WI. Lillian CURTICE BLOOD moved to Otis Orchards, WA in 1907 with two of her sons (and their families?), George Frederick BLOOD (b. Aug 19, 1881) and Charles Stewart BLOOD (b. Oct 2, 1883) and, her daughter Ruth BLOOD CONKEY. It appears her husband did not make the move, so would like to know if he had died before that time. Also seeking information re Frederick Henry BLOOD's father, "Col." Henry Levake BLOOD, 1812-1888 (?) Lillian BLOOD left Otis Orchards, WA about 1920, along with her sons but i don't know where they went. Ruth BLOOD CONKEY and her family moved to California.
CHIEF, PEMOUSSA posted by Richard Hyland on Thursday, August 20, 1998
PEMOUSSA, CHIEF; 1812-1816. Interested in Indian rolls of 1836. Kickapoo or Fox tribes. Indian rolls show Charlotte to be 20 years old in 1836. Looking for mother and father who supposely was Chief of one of those tribes.
BALLARD, BLOOD, CONKEY posted by Julia Conkey on Thursday, August 20, 1998
Seeking Information: 1. Henry L. BLOOD, 1812-1888, built Levake house in Appleton, WI; His predecessors, dob and place of birth, etc. 2. Walter L. CONKEY, B. Mississippi, dob unk, m. Nellie BALLARD, b. WI, dob unk., son Walter L. CONKEY, dob 12/4/1886 - other children unknown.
JESKE, SCHUERMAN posted by Judi Schuerman on Friday, August 21, 1998
Helen JESKE, born in Appleton, WI. Her brother was Pastor Reno JESKE, born in Seymour, WI. I am seeking any information about this family. Helen married Ernest Chris SCHUERMAN. They lived in Pasadena, CA.
HERNING, HOPKINS, RILEY posted by Shirley Herning Swaim on Friday, August 21, 1998
Lucinda was married to William B. HERNING and resided at dale in 1910. Lucinda HERNING's daughter Pearl HERNING married Marcus HOPKINS and they lived on Main St in Dale, had two sons, Emmett and Merrill HOPKINS. Pearl HERNING HOPKINS died of flu in 1918 (or so family history says). William B. & Lucinda HERNING also had a son, Guy W. HERNING, born 1881 in Waupaca. Lucinda's father was Elijah RILEY. Any information would be appreciated.
LAEDTKE, NOFFKE posted by Anne Taylor - Czaplewski on Tuesday, August 25, 1998
Am searching for information on family NOFFKE. Great-aunt Ida LAEDTKE married Wilhelm NOFFKE in about 1904 and raised their family in Appleton. Children included August, Arthur, Ella, Ida, Harry, Clarence, Walter, Irene, and William. Would appreciate any correspondence/information. Thanks so much. Anne in Connecticut
BENEDICT, HYDE, MCCRARY posted by Kurt McCrary on Monday, August 31, 1998
Looking for information on WI "Pioneer" Alva MCCRARY b.1816 in NY. m. Mary BENEDICT in Ohio. "Pioneer" of Medina, circa 1847 with the help of the HYDE's and BENEDICT's and settled Greenville, Outagamie and Rural, Waupaca CO.
BLINDAUER, GONNERING, THOMAS posted by Judith Leanna on Wednesday, September 2, 1998
Peter BLINDAUER m Susan GONNERING. Both are buried at St. Nicholas Church in Freedom, WI. Their son Frank BLINDAUER m Gertrude THOMAS. I am looking for any information on any of the families.
BAKER, GAY, GLASS, HAZEN, MORNINGSTAR, STARK, STARKE posted by Jan Phillips on Wednesday, September 9, 1998
Surnames: BAKER, STARK / STARKE, GLASS, MORNINGSTAR, HAZEN, GAY Query: Looking for info on BAKER's and STARK's from Outagamie County; some from Hortonville.
BRANDNER, DORSCHNER posted by Kevin G. Miller on Wednesday, September 9, 1998
I am looking for the descendants and ancestry of Joseph R DORSCHNER (born April 27th 1843, Bohemia, and died March 24th 1922, Dale, Outagamie Co, WI), Son of Anton and Crecentia DORSCHNER. He married November 11th 1869, to Theresa BRANDNER (born August 3rd 1852, Bohemia, and died December 21st 1930, Dale, Outagamie Co, WI), daughter of Ferdinand and Catherina BRANDNER. Children of Joseph and Theresa (BRANDNER) DORSCHNER: 1. Mathilda DORSCHNER born July 7th 1870 2. Peter DORSCHNER born February 1871 3. Anne DORSCHNER born about 1872 4. Mary DORSCHNER born March 16th 1873 5. Theresa Rose DORSCHNER born August 11th 1876 6. Elizabeth Louise born September 10th 1878 (My Gt. Grandmother) 7. Edward Otto DORSCHNER born May 1880 8. Theodore DORSCHNER January 1883 9. Clara DORSCHNER born March 1885 10. Leonard Hugo DORSCHNER born. September 1887 11. Olivia DORSCHNER born January 1894 12. Josephine DORSCHNER born February 7th 1895 Any Information would be Greatly Appreciated!!
NITZEL, RUBERTI posted by Roberta Nitzel on Thursday, September 10, 1998
These are the my husbands & mine family surnames. We would appreciate any any information on the names. John RUBERTI , from Vinchiaturo, Italy-- John NITZEL , from Germany we think what was Eastern Germany.
YOUNG posted by P. Baribeau on Thursday, September 17, 1998
Seeking information on Peter YOUNG who emigrated from Luxembourg to Wisconsin in mid-1800s. Wife's name was Catherine.
BRUNETT, GORGES, RODGERS, VERHOVEN posted by Douglas Howe on Tuesday, September 22, 1998
Surnames: RODGERS, BRUNETT, VERHOVEN, GORGES I am doing research on my wife's ancestry and have gotten back to her grandparents on her fathers side Rose VERHOVEN & Robert Vernon RODGERS both born in Outagamie County in 1890 & 1888 respectively the above names I retrieved from SS death records and are the parents of both Rose and Robert any leads would be appreciated thank you.

 

 

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