Brown County, Wisconsin

Posted Queries for November 2002 thru March 2003


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DREWS posted by Kristen Hurt on Thursday, November 7, 2002

I'm seeking info about My Great grandfathers family. I know that they lived in DePere during the 1920 Census. I also know that they lived in Sheboygan shortly after that (Most of my grandfathers family still do) My Great grandfathers name is Emil DREWS, Sr. I would like to know if anyone has any of his siblings in there family tree. I know most of there names; I can't seem to find them after the 1910 census in Oconto Co., Chase Township. Emil Drews, Sr. Born 1897 in Germany (My Great Grandfather) Robert R. Drews Born November 1882 in Germany Earnest P. Drews Born December 1886 in Germany Hedwig Drews Born Sept. 1890 in Germany Anna A. Drews Born August 1893 in Oconto Co., Wisconsin Lydia S. Drews Born August 1897 in Oconto Co., Wisconsin There is probably an older sibling that I don't know . I have reason to believe they may have also moved to Brown co. During the span 1910-1920. Emil Drews was a Carpenter. Let me Know if any of this sounds familiar to anyone.

MADDY posted by D.S. Belisle on Monday, November 25, 2002

Looking for any information on MADDY family. Austin was born in 1919. Has a sister Harriet. Parents were Ernest W. Maddy and Grace Rowe. Would like to know parents of Ernest and Grace as starting point for some family history.

WILLEMS posted by Joan Leveque on Monday, November 25, 2002

Looking for Peter and Nona Bray WILLEMS. Peter was born in 1909 and died in Milwaukee, Brown, WI Nov 1971. Nona (Leona Marie) was born 27 April 1905 in Escanaba, MI and died 27 Oct 1987 in Green Bay, Brown, WI.

CHILDS, CHURCH, HILLMAN posted by Sally Severson on Monday, November 25, 2002

There is a reference to a Ruby CHURCH in a query in this site. I would like to find out more information about this family. My gggrandmother was Mary Jane Church - I believe may be Ruby's younger sister. I am also looking for information about the CHILDS and HILLMAN families who also settled in the Brown County area - and moved in groups to Crawford County, sw area of Wisconsin.

BERGLIN, BERGLINE, FOLLETZ posted by Lee Schilling on Wednesday, December 4, 2002

My grandfather Samuel FOLLETZ came from Germany to Manitowoc, WI in 1896 or 1897. His sister came with him, but went to Denmark, married, and was never heard from again. I now know that my grandfather Samuel Folletz’s sister (the one I’m seeking information on—she married someone in Denmark and was never heard from again) married a man named Fred BERGLIN or BERGLINE. I do not know her first name or age, but Folletz is a very unusual name and I'm hoping someone will relate to it.

HUYS, JACOBS, VENNER posted by Peter Jakobs on Wednesday, December 4, 2002

I am looking for thw following persons: ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Jan Josef (John) JACOBS * 04-09-1853 Horst Limburg Netherlands + 1926 Portland, Oregon X Mary VENNER * 8-10-1860 Hazelgreen, Wisconsin + 21-04-1952 Portland, Oregon Emigratien 1871 ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Johannes JACOBS * 14-11-1846 Sevenum, Limburg Netherlands + De Pere, Wisconsin X N.N.………………………………. * …………………………….. + …………………………….. 2 kinderen - Jacobus Jacobs - ………… Jacobs Emigratie 1873 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Martinus HUYS * 24-07-1842 Weert, Limburg Netherlands + ………………………….. X 23-03-1883 Sevenum, Limburg Netherlands Maria JACOBS * 19-02-1848 Sevenum, Limburg Netherlands + ……………………… Emigratie 1883 to De Dere, Wisconsin USA. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Who can help me????

JOHNSON, MEYERS posted by Patrick Kehoe on Sunday, January 5, 2003

I am looking for any information about John JOHNSON married to Mary (Marie) MEYERS possibly in Ft. Howard Brown Wisconsin in 1880. They would have had at least 4 children named Goodwin, Charles, Inga, & Sophia.

BOSACKI, PASTERSKI posted by Jim Pasterski on Sunday, January 5, 2003

Can you give me any info on checking on my Grandparents. The family names were BOSACKI and PASTERSKI, & they lived in Brown Co. in the 1880's. Maybe they were there earily around the Eaton area. Any help/advice will be appreciated.

STEWART posted by Nelson on Sunday, January 5, 2003

Do you know of any records of the following: Marriages and births at Ft. Howard between 1827 and 1835 ? Officers stationed at Ft. Howard between 1827 and 1835? My g-g-grandfather William Penn STEWART married Frances _______ there during the period he was stationed at Ft. Howard. His son William was born there in 1830 and his son George was born at Ft. Winnebago in 1833.

DANIELS, STEWART posted by Nelson on Sunday, January 5, 2003

Personal genealogy: My g-grandparents were Lucy DANIELS (1833-1905) and George STEWART (1829-1906). My g-g-grandparents were William Penn Stewart (1776?-1879) and his wife Frances (1800-1869). I have data on the Daniels family back 12 generations. My information on the Stewarts is very limited and contradictory. I would like to exchange information on either or both families.

KETTER, WESLEY posted by George Ketter on Tuesday, January 7, 2003

I am researching the KETTER line and one of the branches leads to Ernest WESLEY b. 1885, d. Apr 20, 1973 in Green Bay, Brown County, WI

ALLAERT, SPRIET, SPRIT posted by John Spriet on Saturday, February 8, 2003

Inquiring about marriage, birth or deaths before 1900 Jan (John) SPRIET (SPRIT) born Belgium 1856 & emmigrated to US early 1880's, settled in Depere married to Agusta ALLAERT born Belgium 1851, married 1882 in Wisconsin? - inquiry through Brown county register of deeds did not find birth, death or marriage certificates. - 6 children, 2 living in LaSalle Illinois Frank Spriet, my grandfather - born 1885 Brown county Minnie (born Illinois) (1900 Census Reference:  Reel #316, E.D. 55, sheet 14, line 44, LaSalle, Illinois)

KAPINOS posted by Joseph Hynek on Saturday, February 15, 2003

I would like to find the KAPINOS' which are buried in the Bohemian cemetery. A Anna Kapinos and family. Joseph ?, Victor?, husband ?,family?. I believe Anna died in 1947, services were at the funeral home on the west side not downtown.

EVINGER posted by Ed Andrews on Saturday, March 1, 2003

Please, do you have any info on James EVINGER who died 28 Sep 1989 in Brown County, Wisconsin? His last places of residence were Green Bay and Howard, Wisconsin per the Social Security Death Index. He was born 1918 in Oklahoma. I am Marion Edwin Andrews Jr, a descendant of his grandfather.

MCMANUS posted by AHSCB@aol.com on Saturday, March 1, 2003

I am looking for information on my grandmother's family. She was born in Brown, County Green Bay, Wisconsin on June 15, 1915. Her birth name was Francis Mae MCMANUS. I am looking for any living relatives but my big problem is that I have no idea what her mother's first name was but I am guessing that they shared the same last name because it was an out of wed lock birth. I appreciate an helpful information in this matter.

GARRITY, MELODY, SMITH posted by Marie Vayer on Saturday, March 1, 2003

I am trying to find any info on my grandparents and great grandparents. Thomas Luke MELODY & Eva SMITH (Melody) Grandparents Michael Melody & Ann or Kate GARRITY (Melody) the majority of my Melody family came from the Brown County/Green Bay Area. If you need more information please let me know but I am stuck..

VANDENBERG posted by AnnEllen Barr on Saturday, March 1, 2003

Can anyone near this Allouez Catholic Cemetery in Green Bay, WI assist me? I am trying to find the date of death for Gertrude Nettles VANDENBERG who married Francis Vandenberg in November of 1904, had a child Agnes in 1905 but had died by 1910 when her husband's second wife died. She is the daughter of my g-grandfather's third wife. I have not been able to find her date of Gertrude's death. I am also interested in finding out what happened to the child, Agnes Vandenberg who was born in 1905.

BIEMERET, DANTOIN posted by Tim Dantoin on Friday, March 14, 2003

My family name is DANTOIN. I am attempting to track down family immigrants from Belgium (Tourinnes St. Lambert) to NE Wisconsin. I've found a Josephine Dantoin who came with her husband Pierre BIEMERET and 4 or 5 children around 1855. I would like to locate other Dantoin's pre- or post-Josephine. Any insights you could offer would be appreciated.

MADDIX posted by Jackie Alto on Friday, March 14, 2003

I am searching for an obit for Anna MADDIX who was born June 12, 1893 and died May 1980 in Brown Co. Social Security has her last residence as Green Bay.

MCDONOUGH posted by Mike Rieck on Friday, March 14, 2003

My grgrparents,Patrick (b. c 1825) and Bridget MCDONOUGH (b. c 1834) and 8 children had a farm in the Greenleaf area 1855-1900(?). Some of the McD's, perhaps Patrick's brother are believed to have had McD's Livery for many many years in DePere.Is it possible that Greenleaf, Brown County Wisconsin, was once known as Rockland?

DOLLAWAY posted by Rose Robinson on Friday, March 14, 2003

Looking for info. on DOLLAWAY's. My uncle Delbert and wife lived in Brown tw. Green Bay Wi. and died there trying to find there son and daughter that I still think lives there.

HARTLEY, LEECH posted by Dave Seyfert on Thursday, March 20, 2003

I am researching Marshall Paul HARTLEY who lived in Brown County toward the end of his life and died there 10/19/1907. I have quite a bit of information about his earlier life and that of his parents and grandparents but am trying to determine where he was living in his final years and where he is buried. It is quite likely that he lived with one of his children at the time. (Wife - Catherine Nightingale (LEECH) Hartley; children - Anna Jane, Evangiline, Amy, Emma, Estella, William and Clarence.)


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