Brown County, Wisconsin

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CAROLINE, COURVILLE, GAGNON, GARDIPEE, HYOTTE, JEANVEAN, JEANVEEN, JEANVENNE, JEANVINE, JOHNVIN, JOMVIN, JONVINE, KNAPP posted by Kris on Wednesday, March 3, 1999

I am searching for any info on the following: Generation No. 1 1. Jean-Baptiste JEANVENNE. He married Louise HYOTTE 16 January 1815 in Green Bay, Brown Co., WI (Source: Grignon Lawe Porlier Papers Vol. 55.), daughter of Brisque HYOTTE and Lizette. Notes for Jean-Baptiste JEANVENNE: Spelled: JONVINE, JEANVEEN, JEANVENNE, JOMVIN, JEANVEAN, JEANVINE. In 1821, Jean Baptiste Jeanvaine and his wife, Louise Hyotte, were living on Lot #22 on the West side of the Fox River at Green Bay. Notes for Louise HYOTTE: - She was living with J.B. & Charlotte LaBorde (her sister) in 1850 along with Margarette and Solomon her children. Also listed on the census was Bernard Cesar age 16 and Sophia Gagnon (her niece.) Children of Jean-Baptiste JEANVENNE and Louise HYOTTE are: 1.. Louise2 JEANVINE, b. 1817, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; m. James Jeremiah GARDIPEE, 1832, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI. Notes for James Jeremiah GARDIPEE: He received mixed-blood Menominee payments in 1849 for himself, five boys and two girls. 2.. Michel JEANVINE, b. 1823, Brown Co., Wisconsin; m. Angeline COURVILLE. Notes for Michel JEANVINE: 1850 Brown Co., Census stated Joseph Courville 50, Robert D. Dickinson & Delina Brunette age 28 were living with them. 3.. Margurette JEANVINE, b. 1824 (Source: Brown Co., Birth Records, Green Bay, WI - Vol. 1 page 71, No. 212.); m. GAGNON. 4.. Mary JEANVINE, b. 13 October 1832, DePere, Brown Co., WI (Source: Brown Co., Birth Records, Green Bay, WI - Vol. 1 page 17, No. 211.). 5.. Solomon JOHNVIN, b. 1833, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; d. 23 February 1907, Stephenson, Menominee Co., MI; m. CAROLINE KNAPP, 13 April 1864, Cedar Rapids, IA. 6.. Eliza JEANVINE, b. 1836, DePere, Brown Co., WI.

BIEBEL posted by Harold Biebel on Wednesday, March 3, 1999

Looking for any information of Joseph BIEBEL, b. 1809 in Bavaria, moved to Green Bay in 1950s.

ATHEY, GIBSON posted by Kim Pompa on Sunday, March 14, 1999

ATHEY, Charles William & GIBSON, Martha lived and farmed in Brown County, 6 miles from Green Bay around 1850+ Any Information welcome.

NEE ELOI, PELEQUIN, PELKIN posted by Rosemarie Novak on Tuesday, March 16, 1999

Seeking descendants of Jean Baptiste & Antoinette Marie (NEE_ELOI) PELEQUIN / PELKIN from Geen Bay. Children included Marie Therese' = Mary Theresa Pelkin-Mar.Hubert / Albert Pasteels / Bastil-b.Belgium.

BADGER, HUDSON, SCHULTZ posted by Elizabeth James on Tuesday, March 16, 1999

I am interested in the SCHULTZ, BADGER, and HUDSON families in Green Bay, Wisconsin. I believe that my great grandfather, Otis Franklin Badger, came to Green Bay from Augusta, Maine, and married Caroline Elizabeth Hudson. She had a brother, David W hudson, who was well known for devising paper folding machinery. Otis and Caroline (Callie) adopted a daughter, Edith, who married Edward Schultz. He may have been from Chicago. They had two children, Elsie and Lewis (who was my father, born 1891). Edith died (date unknown) when her children were young. Edward Schultz and son Lewis went into service together in the first World War , and afterward Edward returned to Chicago where he worked for a railroad. He was murdered (date unknown), allegedly by a former co-worker who blamed him for his discharge. I would like to contact anyone who is also researching these families, with a view to learning: Any facts about Otis Badger, especially when and why he came to Green Bay.Any facts about Edward Schultz especially birth and death dates and names of other family members. Any facts about Edith Schultz, especially biological parents and dates of birth and death.

FROSEN, FROSIN, FROZIN, FRUZEN, FRUZIN, FRUZYNA posted by John Christopherson on Tuesday, March 16, 1999

Looking for Thomas and Mary FRUZEN and a son Phillip. Phillip was to have lived in Green Bay at the time of his brother Adam's death in 1962. Thier have been many variations to the name FRUZEN, FROZIN, FRUZIN, FROSIN, FROSEN, FRUZYNA which may have been the way it was spelled in Bohemia. Phillip would have come to the Brown County area after 1898, he was listed in the Marinette, Wi. City Directory for 1897/1898.

FISHER, NOHR, THUROW posted by Beverly Nohr on Tuesday, March 16, 1999

Looking for any information or decendents of Louisa THUROW b. 1822 d. 1914 and George FISHER. b. 1812 d. 1904. I know of one daughter, Carolina (Lena) Fisher b.11 Nov 1857 d.14 Jan 1936. She married Louis NOHR 22 Jun 1878.

DEBAUCHE, LAUNER, VAN CASTER posted by James Van_Caster on Tuesday, March 16, 1999

Looking for ascendents , siblings and relatives of Ida DEBAUCHE, born Sept. 17, 1886,(probably in Kewaunee County), Married Joseph VAN_CASTER in Green Bay on Aug. 3, 1904, Died in Green Bay May 31, 1969. One known sister named Celia LAUNER.

BRAULT, PAQUE, RENIER, SPIELBAUER posted by Steven Spielbauer on Friday, April 2, 1999

I am doing research on my family tree in Brown County. Names I am interested in are: SPIELBAUER, BRAULT (grandmothers Maiden name), RENIER (mothers Maiden name) and PAQUE (great grandmothers Maiden name)

DER, LENAERTS, LEONAAR, LEONARD, LINDEN, VAN, VAN DER LINDEN, VAN DUYSE, VAN REMOORTEL posted by Gary Williams on Friday, April 2, 1999

I am looking for any information available regarding the Van Duyse's in Brown County. Following is what I have so far: (1) 1 Petrus Augustinus Maria VAN_DUYSE --------------------------------------------- Birth: 27 Feb 1873, Verrebroek Resided:1894, 1905, De Pere, Brown County, Wisconsin Occ: Laborer (1894) Father: Carolus Ludovicus VAN_DUYSE (1836-<1903) Mother: Seraphina VAN_REMOORTEL (1840-res. 1903) Population register Verrebroek 1880-1890; birth record not found yet. In registration of marriage, Brown County, 1904: Peter van Duyse, father, Louis van Deuse, mother Serafina van de Mortel, birthplace Belgium. Jeanne and Les Rentmeester, The Flemish in Wisconsin, Second Printing 1988: Van Duyse. Some of the records spell this name Van Dice. Peter van Duyse (b. Jan 1874) came to America in 1891, settling on a farm in the Town of Rockland. His wife, Mary (b. Apr 1870), and he, had these children listed in the census: Tracy (b. Aug 1898); Francis (b. Apr 1899); Barbara (b.1904); and, Agathe (b. 1906). Documents: Registration of marriage 1894, Spouse:Mary VAN DER LINDEN Birth: ca 1873, De Pere, Brown County, Wisconsin Resided:1905, De Pere, Brown County, Wisconsin, age: 32 Father: John VAN_DER_LINDEN Mother: Theresia LEONAAR (LEONARD, LENAERTS) Documents: Registration of marriage 1894, Marr: 31 Aug 1894, De Pere, Brown County, Wisconsin Marr Memo:Catholic

BAURAINE, CONLEY, COUVILLION, PHELPS posted by Tom & Ginni Bartlett on Friday, April 2, 1999

Looking for members of the Phelps family from Green Bay, Brown co., WI. Children of Thomas Sherman PHELPS: Hartwell S. PHELPS, b.1893 M. Irene CONLEY, Harriet "Hattie" PHELPSb. 1897 m.William BAURAINE, Florence PHELPS b.1901, Madeline Peratta PHELPS "Tutts" b. 1903 m. Frances "Cubs"A. COUVILLION. I have the family bible, photos and family geneology to share.

BRIEN, DEGENEFFE, ERRARD, EVRARD posted by Joan Scott on Friday, April 2, 1999

I am looking for information on the EVRARD family of Brown County. I have found a census listing for Lamber Evrard in 1890 and a one from the 1860 Brown County Census for the family listed as ERRARD. Please send any information to fill in the blanks and where the family is now. Also, I am researching the BRIEN, and DEGENEFFE families. I do not know if there is a link to Brown county but would like any that is found

TOUCHETTE, VAN VONDEREN, VANVONDEREN, VONDEREN posted by Marsha Wilcox on Monday, April 12, 1999

Looking for information about the VAN_VONDEREN / VANVONDEREN of Brown Co. One of my TOUCHETTE ancestors (Mary?) married a VAN VONDEREN (Lyle?), possibly around 1894-5, either in Brown or Oconto Co. I have a wedding photo sent to "Mrs. Touchette" showing the happy couple and signed (I assume) by the groom's parents, but it doesn't identify the couple. Family stories link the two families, but I need the particulars. Happy to share info & a copy of the photo.

BOLTON posted by Diane Bolton Berard on Monday, April 12, 1999

I am interested in finding relatives of James H. BOLTON. He lived in Brown County, Village of Depere, in 1870. I found him in the 1870 census but did not find him before. I believe he came to Wisconsin via New York. He was married in New York in 1854. James was born July 22, 1828, in County Tipperary, Ireland and died June 2, 1903. I know they had 11 children. My grandfather was one of the children.

SCOFIELD, UECKE posted by Ronald L. Salisbury on Tuesday, April 20, 1999

Searching information on Herbert C. SCOFIELD who married Augusta M. UECKE Dec. 6, 1883 in Green Bay.

HANSEN, JENSEN, ORMSBY, PETERSON, SCHULTZ, SCULLS posted by Thomas J. Gross on Tuesday, April 20, 1999

Need help with the family PETERSON that lived in New Denmark in 1860 through at least 1870. The husband is Hans PETERSON, age 42 in 1860, born in Denmark. Children include Johanna, born in November 1858, my great grandmother. Problem is I have confusing information concerning the wife. In the 1860 census she was listed as Susan, age 37, born in Denmark. In the house was living a Christian Hanson, 75, also born in Denmark (Susan's mother???). However, in 1870, the wife was listed as Rakea (as best I could determine), age 48. In the house was living Resthena or Restheria SCULLS, age 85. To further confuse the situation on Johanna's death certificate her mother was listed as Ulricka SCHULTZ (not a very Danish name). Could anyone help clear up this confusion. Their other children were Christena, Peter, Caroline, Kestun and Marina in the 1870 census. None appeared in the 1880 census. Christena married H. JENSEN. Kestun (or Katie) married Peter HANSEN and Marina (or Minnie) married an ORMSBY.

HANSEN posted by Jeffrey T. Hansen on Tuesday, April 20, 1999

I'm looking for some help in Brown County, WI. My grandfather, Bernard Melven HANSEN, listed his birthplace as Manitowoc, WI in the WWI draft registration. He was born 5 DEC 1895 according to folklore, but the birthdate is 1890 according to the WWI draft registration. A letter to the register of deeds office in Manitowoc turned up nothing for either date. They did say that records for 1890 were spotty because they weren't required to register births until 1907. They also mentioned a church that was called Norway Lutheran Church in Brown County as a source of birth records. Bernard was Norwegian, and Lutheran. I do not know where to start to find this church, or where they sent the records if it's no longer in existence. I'm asking for a kind soul to point me in the right direction, if at all possible.

DELONGVILLE, DUQUAINE posted by Karen Savage on Monday, April 26, 1999

Searching for the birth parents of a Laura DELONGVILLE who married John DUQUAINE. Laura died in the 1960's. The SSDI gives an Irene Delongville born 1/18/1906 died 10/1992 and John Delongville born 7/16/1904 and died 7/1973. It also gives names Anton and Emma Delongville from Green Bay. Im assuming the Anton and John are her brothers as these name do not appear anywhere else and Laura's children used both names.

GROUT, RANOUS, RAPELYE posted by Judy Janes on Tuesday, May 4, 1999

Looking for descendants of Mary R. GROUT, last known to be in Green Bay area in 1908. She was the daughter of Abraham RAPELYE, and Eliza Jane RANOUS. In 1860 she was living in Kenosha County, WI.

BRUNETTE, DOMINICK, GAGNON posted by J. Burke on Tuesday, May 4, 1999

John B. (Jean-Baptist) GAGNON born about 1814 in Canada. Married Mary (Marie) BRUNETTE Aug. 5, 1841 in Brown County. She was born in Wisconsin around 1824 and may have been in Howard. They lived in Scott. Children (approximate birthdates): Albert 1845, DOMINICK 1850, Manuel 1853, Louisa 1855, Joseph 1857, Katharine (Kate) 1861, Josephine 1864 and Edward 1865. (1870 Census.) Need to find John and Marie's places/dates of birth and death and information on their parents.

MEADE, REVSIN posted by Nancy Westenfield on Tuesday, May 4, 1999

Searching for any information on the following: Herman MEADE B. 1846 m. Pauine REVSIN B. 1876 in Wrightstown, Brown Cty, WI. Parents are Martin REVSIN and Charlotte (unknown). They had 13 children born in Wrightstown. I would like to contact anyone connected to this name.

FORCIER posted by Kitty Burbey on Friday, May 7, 1999

I would like to post a query regarding Jacques, Bazile and Vincent FORCIER who were in the Bay Settlement area in the mid 1880's. I found Bazile and Vincent eventually settled in Oconto County, but would like more information on Jacques Forcier.

KYLES posted by Eric Kyles on Saturday, May 8, 1999

I am looking for information on the recently deceased Paul KYLES of Green Bay, WI. I am looking for the names of his parents, his wife and his wife's parents.

CLIFFORD, O KEEFE posted by Scott S. Swope on Saturday, May 8, 1999

Timothy CLIFFORD and wife, Mary Clifford (Nee O_KEEFE) Lived in W.Depere, Brown Co. between circa 1860 and 1900. Family is listed in 1860 through 1900 US Census. Both emigrated from County Kerry, Ireland around 1848-1849. Good possibility they were members of the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in DePere. They had four daughters: Catherine b. Apr. 1857; Mary E. b. 11 June 1859; Anna est. b. 1861 and Louisa, b. 11 June 1863 in DePere. Any information as to this family would be greatly appreciated.

ROUER, VANNES posted by Larry Vannes on Tuesday, May 11, 1999

I have just started tracing the VANNES family tree. My mothers maiden name is ROUER and we all used to live in Green Bay. Have a lot of info already including that my great grandfather arrived in N.Y. in 1844 according to what my sister has told me? Any help would be appreciated.

GITS posted by Julia Burnham Kren on Friday, May 14, 1999

I am looking for more information on my grandfather who immigrated to DePere, WI. He died in Illinois when my mom was 9. His name was Remi Joseph GITS. He went to school at St. Norbert (taught by the Abbot Pennings) before it was a seminary then college. He had several brothers and a couple of sisters. One of the sisters became a Sister at the Bay Settlement (Sister Helen - no other info available). They were originally from Belgium.

LEMERE posted by Alice Dumas Blood on Sunday, May 23, 1999

I am doing family research on the LEMERE family and I have several old family photos from a photography studio named Schneider Photographers. Could anyone give me any information on this business and a possible link to where their old negatives and records would be found.

GAGNON posted by Faye Wood on Thursday, May 27, 1999

Might anyone know the names of the "three" GAGNON children born between 1883 to 1892 whose Parents were: Frank GAGNON & Octavia (Swille) GAGNON? The mother Octavia GAGNON died 10 Oct 1892 in Green Bay, buried in Allouez Cath. Cem. Suspect Frank remarried. But don't know when, where and to whom? Anyone have an answer to my questions? "TIA" - Thanks In Advance! Additional info. Frank GAGNON's Parents were: Francis & Mary GAGNON.

BRUCE, PHOENIX posted by Mindy Borchardt on Sunday, May 30, 1999

Am am looking for evidence that my g-g grandmother, Ann PHOENIX, was in Green Bay circa the 1820's. An account written by a nephew (when an old man) said that Aunt Ann lived in Green Bay with relative William BRUCE (brother of Susan Bruce, who wasmarried to Ann's brother William A. Phoenix in 1818). William Bruce was "a government agent who was considedred very rich." Ann returned to NY with a 2 or 3 year old boy named William Whitehead ( child of 1st marriage? illegitimate child? orphan?). Ann married Amos Older in Farmersville, Cattaraugus co., NY in 1828, and the child was thereafter called William Older.


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