Outagamie County, WI

Posted Queries for October thru November 1997

GAFFANEY, GAFFENEY, GAFFNEY, GAFNEY posted by Ricki Pitzner on Friday, October 10, 1997
Can you help me or tell me where I can find the cemetery where my great-great grandparents are buried. James & Sarah GAFFNEY both died around New London. James died around 1878 and Sarah died around 1872. I can't find any trace of them. I can't find a death certificate or cemetery record thru the State Historical Society library in Madison. The name has been spelled differently several times. I have found GAFNEY, GAFFNEY, GAFFANEY and GAFFENEY. Is it possible that all death records are NOT in Madison? Are all cemeteries, including family cemeteries, registered with Outagamie County? James & Sarah had 10 children, most of which grew up around New London, but I only know about 3 of them. Andrew Gaffaney died in New London and is buried in the Floral Hill cemetery. I don't know where to look anymore. Can you help me?
CHITWOOD, EICK posted by Bill & Julie Chitwood on Tuesday, October 21, 1997
Searching for info on the EICK family of Appleton, Outagamie Co. WI. Eugene Eick m. Bobbie Jean CHITWOOD.
SIEGEL posted by Carol MacKay on Sunday, November 2, 1997
I am researching the SIEGEL family from Outgamie Co. Wisconsin. Anyone also interested in this family is welcome to contact me as I would love to share information on this family in the US and from Germany.
MCFAUL, STAFFORD posted by Retta McFaul on Wednesday, November 5, 1997
My family came to New London from Canada back in 1841. I show his name was Allen MCFAUL and that he was killed in a tub factory. He had a son by the name of Daniel MCFAUL who was married to Henrietta STAFFORD and moved to Royalton where they had 11 children. I don't have alot of information but I was hoping you may be able to help? I don't really know where to begin. If you have any suggestions please write.
I would like to share information on the CARTER Family. In 1861 Nelson B. CARTER and his wife Serena (BROWN) and four children arrived in Waupaca County Wisconsin, he and his family located themselves on twenty acres of timbered land in Bear Creek Township. Nelson enlisted during the Civil War and upon his return he moved his family to Clintonville. Nelson B. CARTER and his son Arthur were prominent citizens of Clintonville.I would like to hear from anyone who is researching this CARTER family or any of the allied families. Children of Nelson CARTER and Serena brown are: i. Tryphosa Abbie CARTER, b. October 12, 1852, Benton, New Hampshire; d. June 25, 1919; m. Henry BUCKBEE. ii. Elberto Sylvester CARTER, b. September 1, 1854, Benton, New Hampshire; d. November 6, 1935, Shawano, Shawano Co. Wisconsin; m. Katherine Josephine DARROW, January 1, 1880, New London, Wisconsin. iii. Elphonso Brackett CARTER, b. August 26, 1856, Benton, New Hampshire; d. August 27, 1941, Eden Corners, Vermont; m. (1) Jane Ann GOKEY, June 24, 1879; m. (2) Emma BESAW, December 10, 1904. iv. Tryphena Inis CARTER, b. July 14, 1858, Paw Paw , Michigan; d. June 23, 1940, Clarkston, Washington; m. William Alonzo SEELY, August 3, 1878, Clintonville, Wisconsin. v. William Henry CARTER, b. Abt. 1860; d. Abt. 1860. vi. Elmond Luther CARTER, b. January 26, 1862, Wisconsin; d. October 16, 1937, Clarkston, Washington; m. (1) Kittie RUMREY, March 15, 1899; m. (2) Lizzie BEALS, September 16, 1900; m. (3) ETHEL PARKS, February 1910. vii. Arthur Nelson CARTER, b. May 10, 1864, Bear Creek,Wisconsin; d. October 25, 1954; m. (1) Lydia Amanda Hedwig KORB, December 26, 1892; m. (2) Estella FLETCHER, August 5, 1939. viii. Anna Alma CARTER, b. June 3, 1866; d. June 22, 1948, Wisconsin; m. Hiram ConoveR JOHNSON, June 26, 1900. ix. Willis Bernard CARTER, b. May 7, 1868, Clintonville, Wisconsin; d. June 10, 1945; m. Clara Isabella FENN, April 22, 1896. x. William Leonard carter, b. march 7, 1869, Clintoville, Wisconsin; d. August 14, 1938, Long Beach, California; m. Alice Mable WOOD, December 25, 1899, Oshkosh, Winnebago Co. Wisconsin. xi. Harland Harry Clinton CARTER, b. March 19, 1872, Clintonville, Wisconsin; m. (1) Nellie (BEAULIN)? BUELEN, June 23, 1896, Clintonville, Wisconsin; m. (2) Daisy WILCOX, December 25, 1913. xii. John Alva CARTER, b. April 2, 1875, Clintonville, Wisconsin; d. 1971; m. Lulu Belle BANKER, June 19, 1909, Kaukauna.
HANSON, HINTZ posted by Jason Hanson on Friday, November 21, 1997
Looking for info about: Peter HANSON, b. about 1870, from Appleton, and his son Harvey, who married Mabel HINTZ in 1919. Also, Peter's wife's name and any information would be great.
GROLL, HINTZ posted by Jason Hanson on Friday, November 21, 1997
Looking for more information on Fred HINTZ of Freedom; he married Minnie GROLL and had a son, Charles J. HINTZ.
GROLL, HINTZ posted by Jason Hanson on Friday, November 21, 1997
Looking for info on parents of Minnie GROLL (b. about 1847), who married Fred HINTZ. She was born in Prussia and lived in Freedom.
UHLENBRAUCK posted by Jason Hanson on Friday, November 21, 1997
Looking for info on Joachim (possibly Joseph) UHLENBRAUCK (b. 1857 Germany) and his wife Maria (b. 1861). They lived in Grand Chute in 1900 and had several children, including Anna (b. 1878).
UHLENBRAUCK, WENDT posted by Jason Hanson on Friday, November 21, 1997
Looking for info on parents of Maria WENDT (b. 1861), who married Joachim UHLENBRAUCK and lived in Grand Chute township.
BAUM, HEIDEN posted by Susie Thorp on Saturday, November 29, 1997
Seeking information on the surname BAUM. Mary HEIDEN Baum (1904-1995) and husband Ted Baum. Would like obits, places of burial and children's names. Lived in Appleton.



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