Brown County, Wisconsin

Posted Queries for July thru September 1997


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LUPIENT, PANKRATZ posted by Tammy Underwood on Saturday, July 5, 1997

I am looking for any information on the PANKRATZ family, my great grandfather was John Ignats Pankratz, d.o.b. July 4,1857. I would also like any information on a John Lewis Lavigne, also my great grandfather. John Lewis married Leticia M. LUPIENT I am trying to pinpoint John Lewis birth place. He indicates he was born in Grand Rapids Wis.12-25-1843. He was a twin, I do not know what happined to his twin. And I believe he might have lied about his birth date, to enlist in the military at a young age. He and his wife moved to SD where they had one more child, Leticia. Leticia went on to marry the son of John I. Pankratz, also a John I. Thank You in advance for any help you can give me.

BOUCHARD, CHAMPAGNE posted by Clarence D. Hammond on Friday, July 18, 1997

Am searching for BOUCHARD and CHAMPAGNE lines. Especially Eli BOUCHARD and Josette CHAMPAGNE BOUCHARD (Josette died in 1845 at Green Bay, WI) Is anyone researching these families? Am looking for descendants as well as ancestors. Thank You.

MCCLOSKEY posted by Nancy Collier on Friday, July 18, 1997

I have just begun looking for some trace of my Great Grandfather's brother David MCCLOSKEY who lived in New Frankin, Brown County in and around 1901. His wife was Louisa (last name unknown). He was born in Ireland around 1840, came to Wilmington, Del. with his mother around 1845. lived in Kingston, Green Lake County, WI in 4/1900. ..don't know much more at present... anyone out there have access to city directories or anything to help me?

VANDHEY posted by Johanna T Ellis on Thursday, July 31, 1997

VANDHEY Will gladly exchange data with anyone connected to this family. In Brown Co from 1848 on. Direct descendant from Henry Vandehei.

BIBELHAUSEN, BOUCHER, BUSHA, HOLL, KURTZ, KURZ, PHILIPPI posted by Rita Neustifter on Saturday, August 2, 1997

Looking for information on the following surnames at the indicated locations: New Frankin - PHILIPPI 1883-1893, BIBELHAUSEN 1840-?; New Denmark - KURZ (KURTZ) 1850-?; Bellevue - HOLL 1850-?; Green Bay/Allouez - BOUCHER (BUSHA) French Canadian - 1860-?

JENKINS, JOHNSON posted by Judy Snowhite on Tuesday, August 12, 1997

I am looking for families related to Ebenezer JOHNSON. He and his family were living in Wrightstown from 1850 to about 1870. His wife was Ruthann JENKINS. Their children were Sumner, Ruth, Ann, Olive Louise, Henry Calvin, Emma Lavilla, Persis Ella, Charles Comfort, Amy, and Mable.

HICKLER, KERSCHLER, KOHLI, KUESTLER, MIELENZ posted by Chuck Kohli on Tuesday, August 12, 1997

I'm researching the family name KOHLI. Presummably they came to the US in 1880 and 1890 from Bern, Switzerland. Info I have is as follows: Chris KOHLI, b. 12 Mar 1836 spouse Rosa HICKLER (KUESTLER / KERSCHLER) b. 9 Feb 1836 Children: Christian Kohli, b. 20 Mar 1859 spouse Lisette MIELENZ b. 22 Nov 1857 Robert John Kohli b. 30 Sep 1877 Emil Kohli Bertha Kohli

ALLIE posted by Audrey Peters on Thursday, August 14, 1997

Need copy of birth records and/or baptism of: Edward ALLIE July 10, 1855 (birthdate on his death certificate) Green Bay, Wisconsin (or nearby area) Son of Jean-Baptiste & Adeline Lammi Allie Several other Allie children born there prior to 1858. Unable to find any records this old. Perhaps someone can locate area church or local town records. Green Bay was once known as Duck Creek. Pierre Allie ran the fur trading post there in 1770's. Many of his decendents were born there. Any help, information, or resources for old records will be appreciated.

GROESBECK posted by Louis Tomlinson on Sunday, August 17, 1997

Looking for information on George W. GROESBECK and wife Sarah L., who lived in Clark County Wisconsin from early 1870's to 1894. Children were Mary (b. 1852), Jedediah Day (b. 1855), George (b. 1863), Lucy Alice (b.1865), Nela (b. 1867), and Laura (b. 1874). Wife Sarah died about 1875;George died in Green Bay Odd Fellows home in 1895. George was born in Washington Co, NY about 1820, and arrived in Wisconsin about 1855.

LUCIA, LUSHA posted by Don Lucia on Wednesday, August 20, 1997

My grandfather George LUCIA alias George LUSHA is buried outside De Pere Wi. My father Raymond William Lucia alias Lusha was born in De Pere around 1 Jan 1905 or 1906. I would like to do some research into the family history.

ARTS, HENNEKENS posted by Elaine Johnson on Sunday, August 24, 1997

I am researching my maiden name ARTS. My great grandfather John ARTS married Caroline HENNEKENS on December 18, 1882 in Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin. The marriage certificate lists his father as Peter ARTS. His mother's name is unreadable (although, it looks like it says "unknown"). The marriage certificate also says John ARTS was a resident of Sevastopol, Door County, Wisconsin. The information I have says John ARTS was born in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin. John and Caroline ARTS moved to Chippewa County around 1888. They had five children: Louis, Louise, Wilber, George and Rene. John ARTS was killed in a hunting accident around 1899. I am looking for any information concerning his date of birth, actual date of death, and any information concerning his parents or any siblings he might have had. I appreciate any assistance.

KERSCHER posted by Ellen Blake on Sunday, August 24, 1997

A family source told me that there was a Dr. KERSCHER who lived in the GreenBay area. She believe he was now deceased, but he had done research on the family KERSCHER. My family of KERSCHER lived in Manitowoc County, but it is my understanding that he might have had information on them, too. I would like to contact anyone with information regarding Kerscher or any genealogy's on this family.

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.

LETELLIER posted by Charlene Donovan on Thursday, August 28, 1997

LETELLIER Frank Letellier Jr. born Feb 1871, in Brown County, to Julia Geaier Letellier (born July 1827-France) and Frank Letellier (birth-unknown). Seeking any information about Julia and Frank Letellier Sr. Specifically, marriage and birth information.

VAN VENROY, VULLINGS posted by Peter Vullings on Friday, August 29, 1997

Peter VULLINGS emigrated from the Netherlands in 1893 to America and worked as a farmer in Merigold (Mississippi) in a dutch/belgium colony. The colony only lasted for a few years. Peter Vullings and Mary VAN_VENROY born Bolina married 1897 at Green Bay. He did not go back to Merigold. Since then I lost track of him. There are however several people with the surname Vullings living in Wisconsin in the counties Marathon and Brown. I could use any information on Vullings in the period 1900 - 1980 on births, marriages and deaths. It might give me a lead back to

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.

HILES posted by Sarah E. Goulde on Wednesday, September 3, 1997

Looking for information on my mother's parents, the HILES.

HENRICKS, JANSEN posted by Dianna Moran on Thursday, September 4, 1997

I am looking for a wedding photograph of Peter JANSEN b 7 Sept 1855 in De Pere Wisconsin. Peter married Johanna HENRICKS she was born on 17 Sept 1857. Peter was an only child and moved to Oregon the day after he married Johanna

GERONDALE, HENQUINET, NEUVILLE, PIERRE posted by Linda (Neville) Swanson on Sunday, September 7, 1997

Re: Surnames- NEUVILLE, HENQUINET, GERONDALE & PIERRE, I have a lot of information re: these Belgian relatives that settled near Brussels, WI (in the old Township of "Gardner", and living in Counties of "Door", "Brown" & "Kewanee"). Would like to make contact with extended family (3rd/4th cousins?) who can update current generation names that I don't have, since more births have branched beyond my data. I'm willing to share my info re: written history, land purchases, births, marriage, hospitals, deaths, cemetaries, etc -- going back to early 1800's. To keep this brief, a few of specific (mainbranch) names for identifying relation = John Baptiste Henquinet m:Catherine Chaudoir, 1 of children was Jean Joseph b:1830 married:Desiree Colignon, 1 of children was Mary Emily Henquinet b:11/8/1875 who married my great-grandfather, Henry Joseph Neuville (one of their children remains living near me /my great-uncle, named "Ira Clifford Neville", who is age 97 & still sharp-minded). Surnames, Gerondale & Pierre, are connected through several marriages. Would like to share any information.

BOURN, GAY posted by Lisa Miller on Tuesday, September 9, 1997

I'm looking for a ship that ported in Wisconsin about 1843. The ships name might be Cosmos. Some of the passengers were from England. father: Henry BOURN mother: Ann (GAY) BOURN 1st child: Henry Charles BOURN b:Oct 17, 1841 in Lanford, England, Sub Dist Alderburg, Wilts County. d:Aug 15, 1902 m:Catherine Mary Mathews b:1846 in Wisconsin m:abt 1865 in Wisconsin. 2nd child: Cosmos BOURN b:abt June 1843 Mother father and son Henry left England. Son Cosmos was born on the ship and named after it. I cannot find this ship or where it might have ported. Any help would be very much appreciated as I've hit a brick wall. Even Ideas of where to search would be good.

ENGLISH, FRY posted by Dixie Lee English on Sunday, September 14, 1997

I am searching for my ggggrandfather . John Wallace ENGLISH born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on January 7, 1824. From the book: "History of Carroll CO.", Iowa: He was left an orphan at the age of five years, and was obliged to depend upon himself. When but ten years old he went to Palmyra, New York, and learned the trade of saddler, which he worked until he came to Carroll, CO., Iowa. In 1848 he came West and located at Racine, Wisconsin, and while living there he started what is now Secor Trunk Factory. When the Civil War broke out he took the contract of manufacturing knapsacks, haversacks and cavalry saddles for the Government. In the year 1862 he removed his factory to Randolph Street in Chicago. At the close of the war he moved to a farm in the vicinity of Ripon, Wisconsin, and in the year 1866 he engaged in brick-making in Green bay, Wisconsin, with George Ginty (editor of the Green Bay Gazette), as partner. In 1872 he moved to Carroll, CO., Iowa, for the remainder of his life. Mr. ENGLISH married Miss Jane H. FRY born in England, in Niagara, Canada on June 19, 1845. They had eight children: H.J., F.E., W.H., W.G., Sarah, Ernest A. , E.D., and Nellie. Please excuse the length of this message but I have been searching for months and am attempting to acquire as much information as possible for a family reunion in October. My mother is 90 years old and is very ill. She waits for all that I can find out. Many Thanks,

NEUVILLE, PONTO, SALUN posted by Linda (Neville) Swanson on Wednesday, September 17, 1997

Branch of family originated in Door County, though not sure if that's the only county to be presumed. Need data re: a John PONTO who married Eliza NEUVILLE who may have been born appx 1870ish. Family papers show their children's names to be Harold, Raymond, Blanch & Ethel who may have been born in late 1800's-1900, then their children may have been born early 1900's and so forth. Would like more info for names mentioned, along with grandchildren, great-greats, etc to bring a little more current. The main identifying detail I can mention here, is that Eliza NEUVILLE was daughter of Jacques NEUVILLE (born 1840) & Marie Theresa SALUN (both of Belgium), with siblings: Flora, Isadore, Rose, Mellory, Jospehine, Louie, Mary & Ananias. Altho' this deviates from the NEUVILLE line that I'm focused on, any data would be appreciated, and I can share other data too. Ponto's are questioned because I'd like to give consideration to women of the family too, even when their surnames changed because marriage -taking them off the main tree. Thank you.

WALTON posted by Mike Vieau on Friday, September 19, 1997

Am looking for holes in my family tree. If you have information on these people, please email me. Father James Phillip WALTON, born 1 Oct 1925, Green Bay, Brown, WI. d. ? May 1965, Milwaukee, WI. Grandfather: Phillip WALTON, born 25 Dec 1898, ?, Michigan. d? Sep 1981. G-Grandfather: August WALTON, born ? lived in Michigan.

BAINE, BARETTE, BEAUREGARD, CARUFEL, DAIGNEAULT, GREENE, GUMPERT, HAMMLER, LECLAIR, REGAL, VANCHESTEING, WARNER, WEINSENTHEIN, WERNER posted by Paul Beauregard on Sunday, September 21, 1997

I have researched the following families iiin the Green Bay region: BEAUREGARD, BARETTE, BAINE, GREENE, DAIGNEAULT, VANCHESTEING, WEINSENTHEIN, REGAL, WARNER (WERNER), HAMMLER, GUMPERT, LECLAIR, and CARUFEL. I have pretty much researched all these families and related branches to europe. Oldest family in North America is Aug 30 1619; third founding European family of Canada. If interested please contact me.

BRABANT, VERBONCOEUR posted by Debra A. Batt on Monday, September 22, 1997

I am looking for any information concerning the family of Henry VERBONCOEUR. According to the 1850 and 1860 census, they were in the Green Bay(Bay Settlement)Brown Co.,WI area. His wifes name was Fillis and at that time(1860) they had seven children; Adeline(20), Philemon(19), Joseph(18), Lenore(17), Sarah(14), Felista(12) and Mary(4). Henry and Fillis were b. Canada but the date of immigration is unknown. Possibility of a brother Thomas also in the same area. Sarah VERBONCOEUR is my gr-gr-grandmother and she married Joseph BRABANT between 1870-1875 possibly in Bay Settlement area. Any information concerning this surname would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

ENGLISH, FRY posted by Dixie Lee English on Tuesday, September 23, 1997

Searching for information that I have not been able to locate at the Archives. Ggggrandfather John Wallace ENGLISH B March 21, 1824 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Moved to Racine, WI. in 1848 to 1862 (verified by Census). In 1866 moved to Green Bay, WI. and engaged in brick-making with George Ginty (editor of the Green Bay Gazette), as a partner. Left Green Bay in 1872. Wife: Jane H. FRY ENGLISH B abt. 1828, London, England. Children: Sarah S. B abt. 1846 (Canada); Henry B abt. 1848 (Canada); Frank B abt. 1850 Racine, Racine, WI.; Kate B abt. 1851, Racine, Racine, WI.; Willie B abt. 1856, Racine, Racine, WI.; Ella B abt. 1857, Racine, Racine, WI.; Female B 1860, Racine, Racine, WI.; (unnamed on census) The above confirmed by 1860 Census. Ernest Arthur ENGLISH, B March 21, 1862 (my gggrandfather) born Racine, Racine, WI.; E. D. ENGLISH (twin brother?); Walter G. ENGLISH, born in Green Bay, Brown, WI? Unknown Is there a state census that would show them? Am deperate for any information.

KEEHAN, REEDY posted by Mike M on Friday, September 26, 1997

I am searching for information on James KEEHAN. He died in Milwaukee in 1964 but came from the Denmark area. He had a brother named Michael and they married sisters Agnes and Helen REEDY. The Reedy girls had possibly 12 brothers and sisters all now deceased. Agnes died at 100 years old on Dec.20 1996 in San Diego. I believe the maiden name of the Reedy childrens mother was O'brien (Margaret ??)

ELZY, HARDIN, KELLEY, RODERICK, WOOLDRIDGE posted by Alicia A. Woolridge on Sunday, September 28, 1997

I am looking for any information on a woman named Frances RODERICK, b. Nov 29, 1891, d. Nov 1984. Is this the "Frankie" RODERICK (maiden name WOOLDRIDGE) who was married to Thomas A. KELLEY , Wiley HARDIN, and Vernon RODERICK??? Frances is listed in the Social Security Death Index as living in Green Bay, WI as her last residence. If anyone has any information on this woman, please contact me. If she is the same Frankie that I am looking for, she would have been the birth mother of my great grandmother, Ollie (KELLEY) ELZY, who was adopted at the age of 6. Alicia A. Woolrdige, RR#3, Box 160 Sullivan IL 61951 ph#217-797-5543 or 217-797-6716

DERWAE posted by E. Jay DERWAE on Sunday, September 28, 1997

I am looking for any information on any DERWAE from Green Bay, Wisconsin, Brown County


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