Brown County, Wisconsin

Posted Queries for April thru June 2001


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BRYS, GUERTZ posted by J.J. Miron on Sunday, April 1, 2001

Interested in information of marraige of Fidel BRYS and Mary GUERTZ around 1900-1908 in Brown county around Glenmore.

HAMMES posted by Theresa Ritchie-Holtz on Thursday, April 5, 2001

I am looking for information on the Franz HAMMES family. Town of Scott or surrounding Green Bay area

NIEMCZEWSKI, ROZEK posted by Linda Atkinson on Saturday, April 7, 2001

Looking for descendants of Frank and Magdelena ROZEK nee NIEMCZEWSKI. Have placed them in Green Bay through family obits for the years 1929 through 1934.

NIEMCZEWSKI posted by Linda Atkinson on Monday, April 9, 2001

Looking for descendants of Vincent and Katherine NIEMCZEWSKI'S daughter, Anna, last name unknown. Vincent's last address was 1925 Franz Avenue, Preble, at time of his death at age 76y in 1939.

KNOSH, NIEMCZEWSKI posted by Linda Atkinson on Monday, April 9, 2001

Looking for descendants of John and Josephine KNOSH nee NIEMCZEWSKI. Have placed them in Green Bay through family obits for the years 1929 through 1934.

ARENDT, NOEL, SALENTINE, THEABEAUX posted by Sharon Balstad on Monday, April 9, 2001

I'm looking for information on the following families--PENSIS, NOEL, ARENDT,SALENTINE, THEABEAUX. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

JOHNSTON, LANGRILL posted by Scott Vander_Sande on Monday, April 9, 2001

Samuel JOHNSTON, b 1808 in Belfast, Ireland. Married 2 May 1886 to Mary Ann LANGRILL at Fort Howard, Green Bay. Mary Ann Langrill b 10 April 1810 in Belfast, Ireland. Children; Mary Ann, Sarah, George. George was still a resident of Green Bay in 1935. Samuel was an Army Vet, served in Mexican-American War and Civil War. He ran a brickyard in Green Bay and Depere for many years. I wish to find information on that brickyard and any information on Sarah and George.

KOMMER posted by Paula Van_Huijstee on Saturday, April 14, 2001

Abraham KOMMER of Holland, Wisconsin enlisted in the 27th Wisconsin Infantry, co. F on 2/29/1864, mustered out on 8/29/1865. Who were his parents, when/were was he born? Abraham J. KOMMER of Holland enlisted in the 27th Winsconsin Infantry, co F on 8/21/1862, died of disease on 8/19/1863 at St.Louis, Missouri. Who were his parents, when/were was he born? Any info on both will be greatly appreciated.

KOCH, KUNTH posted by Andrea Krug on Monday, April 16, 2001

I am looking for any information on my great grandmother, we have a copy of her birth certificate--her name is listed as Clara KOCH, Jr. born August 26th, 1875 born Ft. Howard, Brown County, Wisconsin. Her father was Oscar Koch, Jr. and mother was Margaretha KUNTH. We have some information on her father, Oscar Koch, Jr. but no information on her mother. From what we have been told by family in the past, Margaretha died while Clara was young. Any further information would be of great help.

ZAHORIK posted by Leora Zahorik on Sunday, April 22, 2001

Please contact me if you are related to Mathias ZAHORIK a Czech immigrant who was born about 1837, arrived in NY on 28 Nov 1857 on ship Schlossen, and emigrated directly to Wisconsin. I believe he lived and died in Green Bay. I wish to know who his parents were. We may be related.

ZAHORIK posted by Leora Zahorik on Sunday, April 22, 2001

Please contact me if you are related to a Jan, Johann or Johannes ZAHORIK born about 1830 in Bohemia, near Domazlice (Taus). I may be able to supply his parents' names.

DANIELS, DE STAERCKE posted by Jerry DeStaercke on Saturday, April 28, 2001

Emma Isabel DE_STAERCKE, 1882, Brown County was the daughter of Jacob and Ursula. She was born in 1882. The family came to America in 1888. She married a DANIELS. Need help locating a family connection. Will appreciate any help.

CHAMPEAU, KINART, KINNARD, LAPLANT, LINDERS, RAYMAKERS posted by Lori A. Kinnard on Tuesday, May 1, 2001

I'm doing research on my family, who immigrated from Holland, Belgium, and France or Canada in the 1800s to the Green Bay area. The family names are: LINDERS and RAYMAKERS (Dutch), KINNARD or KINART (Belgian), CHAMPEAU and LAPLANT (French or Canadian/Oneidan Indian). All families are Catholic. Known towns my ancesters have lived in are:Green Bay, De Pere, Ashwaubenon, Preble, New Franken, Oneida, Sheboygan and Jacksonport. Any assistance you can provide to my geaneological research will be greatly appreciated.

BLOCHOWIAK, KAMINSKI posted by Linda Simons on Tuesday, May 1, 2001

Looking for information on Valentin BLOCHOWIAK (1857-1952) who married Mariana KAMINSKI (1870-1947) in 1886 and farmed in Eaton. Someone had posted a query regarding Valentin but her e-mail address was invalid. If she is still monitoring this site perhaps we can exchange information.

JERKA, KONARSKI, KONIARSKI, SCHAUT posted by Linda Simons on Tuesday, May 15, 2001

I am looking for information on the children of Peter and Francesca KONARSKI / KONIARSKI. Bernard "Barney" (1881-1914) married to Anna SCHAUT and had 4 children -- Arthur & Elmer, who died as children, John and Clemens; Walter (1876-1933) married Rose JERKA and had 3 children -- Julia, Edward and Helen; Valeria, born 1884.

WHITCOMB posted by Dawn Simnick on Friday, May 25, 2001

I am searching for any WHITCOMB's in Green Bay, Brown County, WI. My name is Dawn Bernadette Whitcomb, Father: Walter Earl Whitcomb.

DE GROOT posted by Jean on Friday, May 25, 2001

I'm looking for any info on a Martin DE_GROOT who was from the De Pere, Brown Co. area. He died in the early 1900's.Other De Groot's were Joseph, George, Augie, Josephine, and Albert. Any info would be of great help.

GENIESSE, KAYE posted by Judith Mathot Kloman on Friday, June 1, 2001

My late stepgrandmother, Irene GENIESSE, (1900-1988) married Merville (Punch) Martin (1897-1980). Irene was the daughter of Charles Geniesse, who was the son of Clement Geniesse. Clement, a Civil War veteran, married Mary Francoise KAYE and they had ten children, but several of those children died in childhood. I would appreciate any help in tracing these families, and I am especially hopeful to find descendants of Clement's siblings and children. Greg Hamm has already covered the descendants of Alphonse Geniesse. Clement's brother, quite well at his website, but any suggestions and information would be most welcome.

BORKOVEC, BURKWATS, PERSIEK posted by Carol Borkovec on Friday, June 1, 2001

The area I am interested is Glenmore in Brown Co. I'm looking for info on Frank BORKOVEC, James BURKWATS, his father and Anna PERSIEK his mother. Franks grandfather was Anton Burkwats and mother Mary ? time frame 1800 to 1900.

PARISIK, PARIZACK, PARIZEK, PERSIEK, PRIZEK posted by Carol Borkovec on Friday, June 1, 2001

Searching for info on Martin & Mary Persiek (PRIZEK, PARISIK, PARIZEK, PARIZACK, PERSIEK) the parents of Anna who was the wife of James Borkovec, Time frame 1830 1930. The Prizek family was in the Glenmore area of Brown Co.

FARR posted by Valarie Gray on Wednesday, June 6, 2001

Looking for an obituary for Ron FARR, who died recently in Green Bay, and possible the cause of death, if known. He would be a second (maybe third). We are trying to complete a family medical history.

FLAMMANG posted by N. Leisch on Wednesday, June 6, 2001

I am looking for any information on Franz and Susanna FLAMMANG. They lived in Brown County in 1860 - 1874. I have would like any information on their children. I know that they and five. Magdalena, Peter (my great-grandfather), Nicholaus, Barbara, and Katherine.

ELIASON, RASMUSDATTER posted by Linda Emerson on Tuesday, June 19, 2001

Seeking information on the family & descendants of Johan Jakob ELIASON & Gurine ( RASMUSDATTER ) Eliason, both of whom emigrated from Norway in 1868 and settled in Ashwaubenon Township. Family is buried at St. John's Lutheran Cemetery of Ashwaubenon in Green Bay, WI.

CALKINS, LYNOTT, REEDS, SLAUGHTER posted by Charlene Reeds Ebeling on Sunday, June 24, 2001

My grt aunt Ruth REEDS m. Dr. Abbott William SLAUGHTER who practiced in Green Bay beg. 1892 until his death in 1918. He is buried in Fort Howard Cemetery. Issue: Alfred d. age 6 Laura m. Oscar LYNOTT Dallas Mary Agatha m. Daniel G. CALKINS

FLATLEY, GOTHE, HAGERTY, KERR, SNOW, THOMAS, WHITE posted by Charlene Reeds Ebeling on Sunday, June 24, 2001

Have Henry J. WHITE b. Canada d. 1906 Green Bay --buried Allouez--m. Marguerite "Maggie" HAGERTY, dau of of John HAGERTY m. Ellen FLATLEY. Had a brother Dominick HAGERTY m. Harriet KERR. Henry J. WHITE lived at 220 Adams Street and ran a livery as did his father-in-law John HAGERTY. Dominick owned a hotel downtown and at one time owned part of an amusement park on the Bay. Henry WHITE's twin brother James WHITE b. 1850 m. Caroline GOTHE. George WHITE m. Ada THOMAS Charles WHITE m. Helen SNOW. HAGERTYs were members of St. John's and WHITEs attended St. Willebrod. One of the HAGERTYs became a car dealer in Illinois.


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