Brown County, Wisconsin

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AMES, BAKER, HUNTINGDON posted by Bill Baker on Thursday, July 20, 2000

AMES, HUNTINGDON. Milo and Louisa BAKER Ames came from Erie County, PA to Green Bay in the mid-1800s. There were three children: Emma, Rose, and Harris (Harry). Emma didn't marry. Harry is thought to have remained a bachelor. Rose married Charles Huntingdon and had several children. The family lived in Green Bay and can be documented into the 1930s. Milo died in 1918, Louisa 1933. Louisa was my grandfather's sister and I have received several photos and other documents I'd like to share with descendents.

KUBIAK posted by Judith Mathot Kloman on Thursday, July 20, 2000

I am researching the descendants of Jacob KUBIAK (1871-1894) who lived in Brown County. One of his sons was Felix, who had a dairy farm in the Eaton area. Felix died in 1950. I am trying to discover who Jacob's parents were, as there is a possibility that he might have been a sibling of my maternal grandfather, Anton Kubiak (1872-1937) who lived in Pulaski, Brown County.

STANGEL posted by Eugene Schmitt on Monday, August 7, 2000

I am looking for the names of parents of a Harry STANGEL who was born about 1944-45, possibly in Brown County.

LIESSE, SANDRAP posted by Marilyn Van_Alstyne on Saturday, August 12, 2000

I am looking for any information you might have on the LIESSE family that arrived and settled in Green Bay in 1871, from their home in Brabant, Belgium..can you give me a list of the good resources in Green Bay County that would be helpful to my research? They were Catholic so I think they would have had connections with the church there. They were: August Joseph and Marie Catherine (SANDRAP) LIESSE. They arrived in August 1871 with their seven children. I do not know if they joined other family members who had already come to Green Bay. Their children married and continued to live in Green Bay. I believe August and Marie Catherine LIESSE may be buried in Green Bay.

ANSCHUTZ, BENDER, DAVENPORT, FLANAGAN, FRIES, GOEBEN, GREULICH, KEMP, KILEY, LINDSTROM, MATTERN, MERNAN, RISCH, ROESTEL, SCHLEUTER, SCHRICKEL, SEIFERT, SPEERSCHNEIDER, TRANTOW, WOELZ, WRDISH posted by Paul Speerschneider on Saturday, August 12, 2000

Looking for help with Peter & Elizabeth RISCH family who came to Green Bay in early 1850's. Unable to find burial places for Peter & Elizabeth Risch. Risch,Peter [born 1808 - died after 1880 census] Elizabeth,his wife [born abt 1798 - died 1866 - 1867] children of Peter & Elizabeth: Dorothy [1830 - 1875] married Ludwig {Louis} BENDER abt 1854 - 1855 in Green Bay Caroline [1833 - 1867] married August SPEERSCHNEIDER 11 August 1853 Green Bay Charles [ 1842 - 1925] married Margaret MERNAN Sept 1864 in Fond du lac Dorothy & Louis had one son, Louis BENDER Jr. Jan. 1856. children of Caroline & August: Julius Speerschneider 1854-1946 married 1880 Emaline ANSCHUTZ 1858-1947 Lena Speerschneider 1856-1951 married 1878 Henry SCHRICKEL 1849-1925 Caroline Speerschneider 1859-1938 married 1881 Henry WOELZ 1856-1933 August Speerschneider 1861-1865 Charles Speerschneider 1863-1947 married 1887 Auguste SCHLEUTER 1863-1934 Albert Speerschneider 1865-1933 married 1889 Bertha SEIFERT 1866-1936 Sophie Speerschneider 1867-1937 married 1890 George GOEBEN 1859-1929 children of Charles & Margaret: Mary Risch 1865-1919? married Martin KILEY, Unknown FLANAGAN George Risch 1867-1918 married Bertha TRANTOW William Risch 1869-1921 married Lillian Unknown Laura Risch 1871-1919? married Louis Theodore LINDSTROM Peter Risch 1873-1925+ married Nettie MATTERN Caroline Risch 1875-1948 married Robert ROESTEL Gertrude Risch 1877-1919? Leola Risch 1879-???? married Millard GREULICH Uritta Risch 1880-1925+ married Unknown KEMP Maud Risch 1881-1960 married Unknown DAVENPORT Harry Risch 1886-1935+ married Mary FRIES Isabel Risch 1891-1925+ married Edward WRDISH

HENRY posted by Dawn Wheat on Saturday, August 26, 2000

I am trying to find out if Roland Bing HENRY of Brown Co.Wisc., was the son of Judson Day Henry. Judson was born in 1879 in Clarksville, Merrick Co., Nebraska. Roland would be the half brother to my father, Lyell Dewel Henry. There are two Roland Bing Henrys in Wisc. and one of them was in Brown Co. according to the SSDI. They both had similar birthdays (1915 and 1918). Does anyone know about this family?

KINVILLE posted by Linda Goodrich on Saturday, August 26, 2000

Looking for information on where I would find a railroad death that happened in 1908. Person is John Charles KINVILLE who was an engineer for the railroad and lived in Green Bay. Not sure if the accident happened in Green Bay though. Any assistance would be appreciated.

BOULET, MACCAUX, NUTTING, SMITH posted by Paul Gerard on Tuesday, August 29, 2000

Seeking information on John NUTTING, b. 1832 in Prussia? Emile MACCAUX, b.1844, Charles BOULET, b. 1836, and Jean Baptiste SMITH, b. 1824. All were residents of the Dykesville, Red River area in the 1850-1880 timeframe.

BOUILLION, BOULLION, DE STAERCKE, VAN EYCK, WACHE, WARICHET, WARRICHAIET posted by Jerry DeStaercke on Tuesday, August 29, 2000

I am searching for any information on the above names. Jacobus DE_STAERCKE came to the USA in 1887/1888, Jean-Joseph & Honore Joseph WARRICHAIET - also spelled WARICHET / WACHE - came in 1867. I don't know exactly when BOULLION / BOUILLION and VAN_EYCK came. Both of these individuals first name was John. Boullion settled in Namur, Door County and the rest in Humboldt Township in Brown County.

KATTING, KEETING, MULARKEY, SCHILKE, ZIEBARTH posted by Janet Samuels on Friday, September 1, 2000

I am looking for information and relatives of my ancestors in Brown County. Patrick MULARKEY (born 8/25/1852 in Ireland) immigrated when he was approx. 21 years old. He married Ellenor KEETING (or KATTING) in DePere on August 24, 1874/1875. They had 5 children (William, Mabel, John, Thomas & Walter). Ellenor died 1/18/1883. Patrick then married an Emelia Matilda SCHILKE on December 15, 1891. Patrick and Emelia had 8 children (Arthur, Orla, Hazel, Esther who is my great-grandmother, Gladwin, Kenneth, Clayton & Clarence). Patrick Mularkey died June 4, 1924. Emelia Matilda SCHILKE was born 3/5/1873 in Brown County to William SCHLIKE and Christine ZIEBARTH. They emmigrated from Germany with their son Otto William. They had 10 more children after arriving in Green Bay (Emelia, Ludwig, Marie, Anna, Paul, John, William, Ida, Laura, Gustave). I am not sure if they came to the US with their parents or relatives. Am looking for anyone with information on the MULARKEY, SCHILKE or ZIEBARTH relatives.

ALLIE posted by Audrey Peters on Friday, September 1, 2000

ALLIE - DePere, WI Searching for descendants of Adolph ALLIE. His parents were Jean-Baptiste Allie and Marie-Josephte Rousse dit Comtois. Adolphe was b: May 29, 1826 in St Francois du Lac, Canada. The family later moved to WI and showed up on the 1840 Manitowoc Co, WI Census. He married Julia Manseau Oct 04, 1851 at St Luke's Church in Two Rivers, WI. His 6 known children were born in DePere, WI. I have no data on this family after the 1880 Census shown below. Brown County, WI 1880 Census West Depere/ Grant Street Adolph ALLIE W M 53 Husband Cooper b. CAN f. CAN m. CAN Julia W F 49 Wife b. CAN f. CAN m. CAN Adolph W M 22 Son Cooper b. Wis f. CAN m. CAN Olive W F 18 Daughter b. Wis f. CAN m. CAN Lizzie W F 14 Daughter b. Wis f. CAN m. CAN Minnie W F 11 Daughter b. Wis f. CAN m. CAN Homer W M 08 Son b. Wis f. CAN m. CAN Esther W F 02 Daughter b. Wis f. CAN m. CAN

BOMBERS, HAMMES, JAKLIN, SCHEUREN, VAN BEEK, WATZKA posted by Cliff Van_Beek on Sunday, September 3, 2000

I'm Cliff Van Beek,a budding geneologist,whose relatives are all from Brown County. I have a good deal of info on my ancestors,but need more especially on the following: Johannes VAN_BEEK 1811-1883, John SCHEUREN 1848-1920, Frank HAMMES 1820-1903, Agelius BOMBERS 1807-1884?, Martin WATZKA 1832-1914, Wenzel JAKLIN 1838-1885. All these men are buried in Brown Co. and are my ancestors, perhaps I can share info and gain some.

PERSONS posted by David Persons on Wednesday, September 6, 2000

Looking for any information about Enos Warren PERSONS who was a State senator from Brown county. He had a son Warren Ray Persons who died in Depere in 1877 of cholera. Any additional information would be appreciated.

HAYES posted by Jane on Wednesday, September 6, 2000

Am looking for info on my grandfather Herbert Leon HAYES b-4 Jul 1883/84 in Brown County father was Julius Nathaniel HAYES. Thanks for your help.

VALENTA posted by Paul & Becky Bahr on Saturday, September 9, 2000

Looking for information on Mr & Mrs Joseph VALENTA and family from Denmark, Brown County, Wisconsin. Known to have resided in this area in 1934. Other relatives include Lawrence Valenta, John Valenta.

LANGLAND, NUDALL, ROWELL posted by Deedie Harvey on Wednesday, September 27, 2000

My grandmother Katherine Elizabeth LANGLAND (ROWELL) was born in Green Bay on July 24, 1887, her parents John Andrew Langland and Christine NUDALL immigrated to Green Bay abt. the mid-1800's from Copenhagen, Denmark. I would appreciate any information regarding my grandmothers seven (7) siblings and her parents.

TICKLER, VANDENHEUVEL posted by Beverly Clark on Saturday, September 30, 2000

I am looking for a birth date for John VANDENHEUVEL born in 1861 to Peter Vandenheuvel and Mary Vandenheuvel (TICKLER). Also do not have a date of death for John Vandenheuvel. Can you help me? He was born in Depere.

NETTLES, RUSSELL, VANDENBERG posted by Ann Ellen Barr on Saturday, September 30, 2000

Seeking descendants of Gertrude NETTLES and Francis VANDENBERG whose daughter Agnes Viola Vandengerg was born 14 Sep 1905 in Green Bay. Gertrude was one of the children of Wm.Nettles and Agnes Mavany Nettles. After William's death Agnes married Peter Paul RUSSELL and was his 3rd wife. I have info to share and welcome contact.

FLETCHER, MIONNET posted by Madeleine Mionnet on Thursday, October 19, 2000

FLETCHER, May born July 1, 1876 Suamico, Brown, Wi - sister Alice A. Fletcher . May married George MIONNET (spelled Minette on marriage doc,) on April 18, 1898 Spalding, Mich. Searching for any info. about the family.

FELLENZ, WILHELM posted by Karen Val on Thursday, October 19, 2000

Looking for info on Frank WILHELM family - lived in DePere, WI 1945 Frank born 1870 died 1946 wife - Mary Theresa FELLENZ died 1926 children: Ambrose, Iceda, Gregory, Rueben, Sylvester, and Lawrence. Interested in births, deaths, marriages etc.. Father and Mother of Frank ????? Where are they from ???

BALLERING posted by Mark List on Wednesday, October 25, 2000

Trying to find information on a Theodore Henry BALLERING and his brother Leo. Theodore used his middle name and often Hank for short. The brothers were sent to St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum in Green Bay in 1890 after the death of both parents. Where might I find records for the orphan asylum?


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