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John Shroeder Thu Sep 26
My GGfather's name was RAY. First name and stats unknown. He married Dorothea CHRISTENSEN about 1854 in WI. Dorothea b. c. 1838 in Norway (Chrisiana/Oslo?), dau. of Simon CHRISTENSEN and Catherina CHRISTENSEN. Sisters of Dorothea were Christiane, b. c. 1840; SOPHIA, b. c. 1847; and Nicilina, b. c. 1856. Dorothea had children with Mr. RAY: William, b. 3/24/1855; Anna M., b. 12/9/1856; John William, b. 3/20/1860; and Margaret Elizabeth, b. 9/30/1861. Mr. RAY then died or otherwise disappeared and Dorothea re-married Frederick Carl Christian SHROEDER and the children took the name SHROEDER. Am seeking info on Mr. RAY. Have been told there is a marriage index listing for a Benjamin D. Ray, m. Dec 1, 1854, Dodge Co. but no listing in index of wife's name. POC for Area Research Center given was <firstname.lastname@example.org> but e:mail bounces. Can anyone tell if this marriage of Benjamin D. RAY was to Dorothea CHRISTENSEN? tia, John Shroeder
Mark Schears Tue Oct 1
I am searching for the parents of Mary HOFFE(HOFF)(HOFFA) who married Martin GLASSMAN circa 1874. The 1900 census shows Martin and Mary as being married in 1874(for 26 years). I went to the Dodge County Register of Deeds on Tuesday, Sept. 24, 1996, but their records do not start until 1877. Mary's death record shows one of the spellings, with her father listed as Andrew. She supposedly emigrated into the USA circa 1855, with Martin coming into the country circa 1860. I have been unable to find any immigration listings for either GLASSMAN or HOFFE(or similar) for Dodge County.
Jim McDonald Thu Oct 3
I found the following on the Internet and would like a copy if available. The info reads as follows: Per WI Filby Wisconsin State Genealogical Society 1952. Newsletter (Skinner, "Excerpts from Ship Passenger Lists: V.24, p.2- 3, 59-60, 165-166; v.25, p.13-14, 123-124, 173; v.26, p.9-10)
Jim McDonald Sat Oct 5
Am searching for descendants of George GRIFFITH and Mary GORMAN who were married Sept 3, 1878 in Beaver Dam, Dodge Co., Wisconsin. They had at least five children: Addie, William, Ella, Hannah, and Laura. As far as I know they lived in Dodge Co. WI. Am also searching for descendants of William Griffith who marred Catherine Gorman about 1890 and lived in Fox Lake, Dodge Co., Wisconsin. They had at least the following children: Estelle, Luke, Wilfred, Martin and Marian. Am also searching for descendants of Edward O. THOMAS who married Jennie Griffith about 1877 in Fox Lake, WI. Their children were Charles, Peter, George, Nellie, MaryJane and
Jim McDonald Sun Oct 6
I would like to obtain a copy of a listing taken of the St.Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Fox Lake, Dodge county, WI. Can you please tell how I can obtain a copy.
Sat Oct 19 21:55:47 1996
Information on Wilhelm (William) GOLTZ (GOLZ) who came from Kolmar Germany thru Canada to WI. His children Mary Emilia (1859)and Edward John Goltz (1866) were born in Watertown, Dodge County, WI. Looking for anything on how Wilhelm may have entered U.S. and birth records for children.
David Naylor Sat
Oct 26 21:28:17 1996
Searching for _any_ information on the surname HOTRUM. One family moved from Ontario, Canada to Beaver Dam, Dodge Co.WI circa 1850-1860.
Mary Burnett Wed Oct
30 12:18:06 1996
Seeking information regarding my Grgrgrandfather's (Patrick SOLON)sister. Her name was Julia SOLON. She married Timothy COLLINS on November 6, 1848 in Clyman, Dodge Co., WI. From census records it is know that they had the following children, but there may have been more: James COLLINS, Edward COLLINS, Mary Ann COLLINS, John COLLINS, Bridget COLLINS, Sarah COLLINS, Martin COLLINS, Julia COLLINS, Timothy COLLINS, and Winifred COLLINS. Any information regarding this family would be most appreciated.
Mary Burnett Wed Oct
30 12:34:28 1996
I am seeking information regarding Thomas J. SOLON, born February 26, 1866 and died December 3, 1891. Son of John SOLON and Margaret DALTON. He was married to Eleanor "Nellie" MCCARTHY or MCCARTY, born January 21,1878 and died August of 1968. The story goes that Solon Springs was named after Thomas "Toss" SOLON,but I am wondering if anyone can verify where the name actually came from and any other information regarding this family would be appreciated. They had two children: John SOLON and Eleanor Margaret SOLON married to Earl R. DUNGAN,both deceased.
Mary Burnett Fri Nov
1 15:16:19 1996
SOLON, Raphael Bernard, born July 10, 1889, wife Bella?, any children? Any information would help with this mystery!
Kaye Powell Tue Nov 12
Looking for information on David B. POWELL Beaver Dam area where he went into the Civil War. He was the son of George Powell and they are shown on the 1860 Census in Lowell Town. Would like to know if this is the same David Powell that married Fidella CANNELL in 1871. Would appreciate any information on this family.
Jim Royer Mon Nov 11
Serching for any/all information on decendents of a John M. STOKES (b.1820, NY). His family appears in the 1850 census in Rubicon, Dodge County and the1860 census as living in the Town of Clinton, Bad Axe (now Vernon) county. John and his wife Lucinda BUGHER had 10 children (Cordelia, Elias, John, Albert, George, Emily, Adaline, Alma, Frank and Sarah. Albert and George were born in Rubicon, Emily through Sarah were all born in Clinton). I'd like to find a place of burial for John and Lucinda plus any info on their children.
j.perry Wed Nov 20 13:49:41
Johann HASS born 1820 Prussia, wife Anna HOPPE Prussia lived in Dodge co. 1880's. Last known around 1883, would appreciate any any information on deeds, census, births, death etc.
Cathie Bryant Wed
Nov 20 18:30:28 1996
Looking for any info on Alanzo MORGAN and wife Phoebe Jane COLE who were in Mayville, Dodge Co, WI in 1850 it is not certain if he died there or shortly after they arrived in Benzie Co MI. They were somehow connected to Alvinzi DOW. Thanks.
kurt tostenson Sat
Dec 7 14:35:43 1996
Am searching the WRIGHT, FLANDERS, COOPER and MARTIN families of Dodge County, Wis.
Marty Gale Sun Dec
8 17:25:07 1996
Trying to find out any information about the MANNIGEL (also spelled MANNIGAL, MANIGAL) family. My grandfather William F. Mannigel was born in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin in 1873 or 1874 (I believe the latter). His parents were Carl (Charles) and Berthe GRUENWALD Mannigel. They later moved to the Luverne/Hardwick area of southwestern Minnesota and Hand County, South Dakota. Other Mannigel family members were Herman Mannigel, John Charles Mannigel, and Robert Mannigel.
Ralph Seefeld Thu Dec 12
Auguste Bertha WURL, born 15 Jun 1853 in Stettin, Prussia. She married William SEEFELD 30 Aug 1872 in Iron Ridge, WI. I am looking for her parents and siblings.
GLENDENNING - Researching four Glendenning's who may be brothers or cousins, definetly related, who all lived in Alto at various times from 1840's onward. Andrew b. 18 Jul 1815 in Roxburgh Co. Scotland, m. 1844 Ann DAVISON b. 1805/6 in Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, children Amelia 1844, Jane aft 1850, William abt 1849. Emigrated 1845, lived in Alto and moved to Waupun in 1869. Elliott b. 1815/16 Scotland, married 1868 in Waupun Margaret ROWLES b. Apr 1832 in Co. Limerick, Ireland. Children James 1869, Cornelia 1871, George W. 1872, Luke 1875. He emigrated about 1837, lived in Delaware Co, NY, to Wis. in 1845, lived in Alto until 1868, then came to Chester, Dodge Co and married. I don't know for sure when he died because there are several Elliotts. James B. 1808 Scotland, mar. Janet, children James 1842, Janet 1846, Walter 1850, Rosina 1852. William b. about 1806 Scotland married Catherine ? in Scotland, children Margaret 1834 Scotland, Elspeth 1837, Helen 1838, James 1840, Elliott 1842, Elizabeth. If you have information please e-mail me. Ann
R.R. Bukrey Mon Dec 16
Looking for information about August and Monica GFRERER and their family. August and Monica (WACHTER)were born in Germany and emigrated to Milwaukee around 1840-50. They had seven children: Mary, Emma, William, August (b. 1859), Edwin, Frieda and Hermann (b. 1851, my great grandfather). Monica eventually moved to Watertown, where she lived with one of her daughters, Frieda. Monica and Frieda are believed to be buried in Watertown. Hermann is buried in St. Paul, and his brother August is buried in Stillwater. We are looking for the dates of birth and death and places of burial for the other family members.
Joan Wed Jan 1
SPUHLER, ZEPT - Seeking information on Henry SPUHLER, b. abt.1813 in Germany; married Sarah ZEPT, who was born in 1812 in Germany. About 1840 Henry brought his family to this country and they appear in the 1850 Census of Washington Co., Wisc. Children: Magdelena, Marfy, Elizabeth, Paulina, Adam, Henry and John. I know Henry and Sarah both lived and died in Beaver Dam. Would like any and all information about their ancestors. Also, would like know in what cemetery they are buried. Would like to share information with others researching these surnames. Thanks Joan
Ewald Macheel Thu Dec
26 08:29:22 1996
Looking for all relatives of Johann David MACHEEL who came to Dodge County in 1850. Children: William who went to South Dakota; Johanna FROEMING near Watertown; Herman, Franz, Karl, Lewis, Robert near Mayville, Horicon and Beaver Dam. Will exchange information with relatives; SCHLEY, ALBRECHT, FRIESE, NELL, KRUEGER, CHRISTIAN, WITT and many more. Johann Macheel was my great grandfather buried at St. Paul cemetery near Mayville.
Mark Schears Thu Dec 26
Agnes WOLF(Jun 3, 1844-Jan 5, 1922) married a Henry JANSEN(Mar 16, 1847- Mar 19, 1917). They had nine children. The ones that I know of are Mary, Theodore, Meargarade(Margaret), and Damian(Thomas). I have descendant information on Thomas and Mary. In Agnes' obituary, it states that seven of her children preceded her in death. In the Dodge County Pionier of 30 Oct 1900, it states that Margaretha Jansen married a Gerhard H. STOMMEL. Does anyone have any information available on the other five children, or Maragaret or Theodore? Thank you,
Michael Higgins Fri Dec
27 08:46:03 1996
Looking for information on the following families: EMERSON, MCCLAIN (and variations), DEVEREAUX (or Deverough). The Emersons and McClain were from LeRoy, Devereauxs from Clyman.
Nancy Russell Anderson
Sun Dec 29 07:34:39 1996
John Johann KRUGER and wife Katheran Julianna LEU came to US in 1861 from Schonlanke Germany area. The ten children marrried into the KUHN, HARDER, McDONALD, PONTO, GREIGER families ending up in Beaver Dam area, NE, IL and SD.
MIKE BONERTZ Sat
Jan 4 17:48:51 1997
My mother is looking for information on the following persons from the lineage of Joseph and Veronica (STORCH) LANGE who immigrated in the 1850s from the Eichenbuhl, Germany area and settled in Watertown.
Pat Moore Mon Jan 13 12:28:11
Thomas Tubbs GRAVES m. Fidelia N. RIGGS, Jefferson Co. NY c. 1830. With children moved to Dodge Co, Oak Grove Township, about 10 years later. Looking for marriages of children, death date and where.
Cathy Jacob Fri
Jan 17 14:33:54 1997
Looking for information on Bertha SCHALLER born circa 1864, daughter of Anna Sophia (ETSCHEID) and John Schaller. Bertha was probably born in Reeseville or Lowell, Dodge Co, Wi. She may have married a Albert MERZ or MARCH. Bertha had many siblings: George (1866-1964), William (1868?-1958), John (1870?-?), Henry (1872-1904), Etta (1873-1894), Albert (1878-1960) and Frederick (1880?-1912). I am looking for her marriage date, death date and names of her descendants.
Mark Schears Wed Jan 22
I found out via an obituary that a Mrs. Marcanna DURMASKA(as spelled in the obit) was living in Beaver Dam in 1914. She was the sister of my great-great-grandfather. Does anyone have any information on DURMASKA?
Dianne Piepkow Tue Jan 21
I am searching for information on Henry GRAY who was born around 1822 in Vermont. He purchased land in Dodge Co. Wisconsin in 1848. He married for the second time in 1850 to Belinda Ann SWEET. I believe that he lived in Dodge County, Wisconsin with his first wife. He had three daughters, Their names were Sarah, Hattie and Melissa Gay. I would like to find out the name of his first wife, birth and death and any information regarding the three girls. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.! Dianne Piepkow
Barb Christie Wed Jan
29 10:03:24 1997
Hi - I'm looking for COLEMAN, BARDEN, VAN HORN. They began to arrive in Southport (Kenosha) in 1844-45. 'Old' John Coleman died there in 1845. The Colemans (William & Fanny and John & Catherine) and Seth Bardens lived in Hubbard in the 1850s. The extended family wandered back and forth in Wisconsin, Iowa, and Nebraska during the 1844-1880 period. Many stayed, my branch left. I descend from STEPHEN COLEMAN. Am very interested in ISAAC VAN HORN.
Lisa Humrich Fri
Feb 21 14:04:09 1997
Looking for any information on John TERLAAN and Janeeke(Jennie) KOK. Both born in the Netherlands. Upon coming to America they migrated to Friesland, WI. Only one of their 4 children born in the USA, my grandmother, Martha TERLAAN. She was born in Fox Lake, WI.
CarolAnn Van Galder Sun
Feb 23 10:49:32 1997
I am looking for Catherine PEGLER SEYMOUR - immigrated from Canada around 1850 -in the 1860 and 1870 Fed. census in Westford in Dodge County - lived with her son Charles SEYMOUR - had daughter Alma who married Edward HALFORD (had five children) and daughter Ann who married John BRYANT (had nine children) - all lived in Westford - am seeking info about these people - especially Catherine's death date and burial site.
Karen Lansing Mon Feb
24 19:11:14 1997
I am searching for the SAGE family who lived in Rubicon, Dodge, WI around 1851. Catherine Amelia SAGE was born there 21 July 1851. Her father was Ira C SAGE b.1828 Bookdale, Rush, Kansas. I do not have her mother's name or any other information. Catherine married Henry Walter LANSING of Pierce County in 1867. I would like to connect with someone who may know any SAGE families.
Don Roedl Sun Mar 2
Looking for additional information concerning the ROEDL and KOHLER (KOLLER) families that lived in the Beaver Dam WI. area. Have some information on Franz Roedl (1820-1897); wife Theresa Hartl (abt 1816- 1888) they had 10 children; Peter (1844-?);George (1845-?);Frank (abt 1848-?); Martin (1849-?); Joseph (1851-?); Michael (1852-?); Theresa (1853-?); John (1859-?) and Jacob (1862-1925) my grandfather married Josephine Kohler (Koller)(1875-1964)
Gerry Mulligan Sun Feb 16
I'm looking for information on the surnames MULLIGAN, CULLEY, and SHERIDAN. The three families lived in an area called Elba, WI in the 1870-1880's. This was evidently in close proximity to Colmubus, WI. The town no longer exits on the map. Can anyone tell me where this was. James Mulligan and Ellen Joyce were married in 1873 and lived in the Columbus area. Their children were Tom, John, Henry, and Mary. Michael Sheridan and Mary Montague were married in 1853 and lived in the Elba area. They had four children Thomas, James, Kathrine, and Mary. Mary met Patrick Culley in the Columbus area. The Sheridans raised mary's two girls (Anna and Mary Culley) after she died in child birth. John Mulligan married Anna Culley and moved to southeastern Minnesota.
Nancy Corey Mon Feb 17
Looking for marriage record for my gggrandparents. Horace J. NICKERSON and Sarah VOKES (maiden name FISHER) between 1860 and 1865 in Dodge County Wisconsin (probably). Any info appreciated!!
Douglas V. Smith Sat
Feb 1 06:37:07 1997
Seeking correspondence with descendants of George H. ENGLISH born ca. 1804 in Vermont, then of Richland, Oswego Co., NY; removed to Williamstown in 1860. He died 1877 and is buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Horicon. What happened to daughter Hattie ENGLISH, and sons Robert, John, Charles, and Sylvester/Silvetus? Douglas V. Smith, Box 65, Sharon, VT 05065 e-mail to email@example.com
Germer, Carol Wed Jan 29
Looking for descendants of Wilhelm Friedrich Christian JOSEIT, Born 9Mar1955 in Hoya, Hannover, Germany. Married Henriette Auguste KEGE 13Jul1879 in Bremen Germany. Both are buried in Graceland Cemetery in Mayville Wisconsin. They had nine children:
Warren C. Young Sun Feb 2
Researching the family of Thomas YOUNG and Louisa GILES. Willing to share family history with other known anscestors. Thomas Young was born in Underhill, England, on November 22, 1812. He was baptised about 2 weeks later, in the Church of England. He was married to Louisa Giles on December 24, 1834 in the Church of St. Mary and St. Eanswythe. Records indicate that Thomas and Louisa had their first born, a son, Thomas Edward. Thomas resided for a time in Sandgate, the Parish of Cheriton, about 2 1/4 miles northwest of Folkestone, until 1836 when the family came to the U.S.A. and originally settled in Upstate New York. An early census, 1850 Wisconsin, placed his family in Utica, N.Y. prior to 1845.Records indicate Thomas Young moved his family to Wisconsin in 1845, settling near Pewaukee, WI., Waukesha county, where they lived for two years. In 1847 the family moved to Dodge county settling up a farm near Neosho, Wisconsin when the purchased the land from the original homesteader, Isaak Straight. At this time the Young family were some of the earliest to settle in Dodge County. The Last will and Testament of Thomas Young I Thomas Young considering the uncertainty of human life and being of sound mind and memory do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following (that is to say) First: I will that all of my just debts and funeral expenses be paid out of my estate as soon after my decease as may be possible. Second: I give an bequeath to my beloved wife Louisa, one third (1/3) of all my property both personal and real. She is to receive in part of her share a mortgage I now hold against the property of my son Alfred G. of the amount of eighteen hundred dollars with the interest on the same commencing the 15th. day of September 1880. Third: I give and bequeath to my daughter Katie E. two hundred dollars and the organ I now possess. Fourth: I give and bequeth to mt son Alfred G. all of the interest on a mortage of eighteen hundred dollars that I now hold against his estate which has and shall acrue up to the 15th. day of September A. D. 1880. Fifth: I give and bequeath to my foster child Gertrude M. Harington the sum of one hundred dollars. Sixth: All of my estate that shall remain after the above bequeaths are satisfied, I devise in the following manner "to wit" First: I give and bequeath to my son George S. one sixth less fifteen hundred dollars which he already has. Second:I give and bequeath to my daughter Ellenor C. Marshall the interest on one sixth less thirty five dollars (the amount she already had) during her natural life, after her death, the share shall go to her legal heirs. Third; I give and bequeth to my son Lewis G. one sixth less two hundred dollars (the amount he has already had). Fourth: I give and bequeath to my son Alfred G. one sixth. Fifth: I give and bequeath to my daughter Louisa F. Douglass the interest on one sixth during her natural life; after her death the share shall go to her legal heirs. Sixth; I give and bequeath to my daughter Katie E. one sixth. Lastly; I do nominate and appoint my beloved wife Louisa Young and my son Lewis G. Young administrators of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have here by set my hand and seal this 16th. day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight-hundred and eighty. Thomas Young The above instrument consisting of one piece of paper was now here perscribed by Thomas Young the testatin in the presence of each of us as was at the time declared to be his last will and testament; and we at his request signed our names here to as attesting witnesses. Manville Ham Hustisford, Dodge Co Wis. D. E. Durkee Rubicon, Dodge Co. Wis. No. 129545 Certificate of Probate, and True copies After Thomas's death in 1880, Louis Giles Young took over the parts of section 33 & 34 and farmed it until his death. At the time of his death, he left the farm to his Heirs. Obiturary - March 27, 1880 Wisconsin Free Press ALDERLY Died at his residence in the town of Rubicon, Dodge County, Wisconsin on March 17th., 1880, Mr. Thomas Young of congestion of the lungs, aged 67 years, 3 months, 23 days. Mr. Young was born in Underhill, England, Oct. 21st., 1812, where he lived until 1837,when he emigrated to America, landing in New York, and settled in Oneida County, in that state where until the spring of 1845, when he came to Wisconsin, and settled in Pewaukee, Waukesha County, remaining there but two years; he moved and settled in the town of Rubicon, wher he remained up to the time of his death; which occurred on the 17th., after a short illness of one week. Mr. Young was a man of exemplary habits, kind and forebearing; even during his suffering he quietly and patiently bore his suffering; he was a man of great energy and perserverence, and by his industry he had secured for himself and family a comfortable home; he was a kind and loving father and husband. He leaves a wife and six children, all grown to man and womanhood to mourn his loss. His funeral took place on Saturday, 20th. last, from his late residence, and his remains were deposited in the cemetary at St. Paul's Episcopal Church of this place; Dr. Kemper offciating. Children of Thomas Young and Louisa Giles included: Thomas Edward, suspected to have died at sea. George S. Young, b. 1837, m. Abby Anne Bartlett Elenor Caroline, b. 1837, m. Judge John Camdon Marshall Lewis giles Young, b. 1843, m. Abbie Mann Alfred Guy Young, b. 1845, m. Henrietta Bartlett Louisa Frances, b. 1850, m. Andrew Douglas Catherine "Katie", b. 1855, m. Alexander Reid The Marshall family were one of the original settlers in Neosho and ran the local mill until relocating to Pipestone, MN. George Young and his family settled in Harvard. Il. where the ran a horse farm. Lewis Giles young and his wife were both teachers and they took over the family farm and in turn left it to Lewis John Young. Louisa Frances married a local store owner, Andrew Douglas and they relocated to Theif River Falls, MN. Catherine "Kathie married Alexander Reid and they farmed near Alderly for many years. Alfred Guy, my anscestor, married Henrietta Bartlett and they farmed in Wisconsin for a number of years.
Ian Heath Mon Feb 3
Seeking any data on HEATH, STULTZ, family of Beaver Dam 1842-1864. Matthias Heath ran a general store In BD. Son John Henry Heath married Virginia Stultz in 1853, d/o Henry Stultz and Sally Ann De Clark. George L. Stultz served in Civil War. Several Stultz buried in Old Beaver Dam Cemetery, but have not been able to find address, and would particularly like to find data on burials there. Other surnames: BASSETT, MCMILLAN. Merci beaucoup...
Sun Feb 9 17:47:07 1997
Would like to know what Lutheran cemetaries are around Lowell, WI. I have a child that is buried there who died in 1874 on her way to South Dakota. Name Clara FENNER. Would appreciate hearing from anyone.
Nita Vincent Mon Mar 17
I'am looking for information on Nathaniel AIKEN and Phebe_________ they had a son George H. AIKEN he was born in Beaver Dam, WI in the 1850's there may have been a sister name Katherine [Kate] AIKEN. George H. AIKEN married Nettie M. VINCENT 11 Nov 1874 in Chaseburg,Vernon County WI. NATHANIEL AIKEN'S may have been Josiah G. AIKEN who lived in Lowell, Dodge County,WI in the 1850's
Doni Wright Wed Mar 19
NELSON, FAIRCHILD, MIX: George NELSON b. ca 1811/1812 in VT or NY and married ca 1847 to Elvira/Elmira FAIRCHILD b. 1821/1826 NY,NY. Their children were born in Rubicon, Dodge, WI: Ammanda Nelson b. 1847; James G. Nelson b. ca 1850; Ward Beecher NELSON b. 12 Oct 1851 married in 1879 to Drucilla Estella MIX b. 6 Sep 1853 of Waukegan, Lake, IL. (They may have married in KS.); William Nelson b. ca 1855; Walter S. Nelson b. ca 1856; Ruth Nelson b. ca 1856; David W. Nelson b. ca 1859. Interested in entire family history.
Anne Hyatt Tue Apr 1
Looking for O'LEARY family from Reeseville or Lowell who later moved to Minnesota.
Colleen Goltz Fri
Apr 4 18:49:14 1997
Searching for any information on Fredrick GOLTZ who filed on land in Dodge County in 1849. Interested in if he may be half brother to Wilhelm who came from Posen, Germany and who also settled in Dodge County in about 1854.
Philip Barto Sun Apr 6
Looking for Mary Jane PUTNAM, resided in Dodge County, Beaver Dam , WI. Died in 1846. She may have been native american or black. The only Putnam I have been able to find was in the Twp. of Rubicon. Appreciate any info that any one out there can supply about either or both of these people.
Cindy Saniter Tue Apr 8
I am interested in ascending and descending lines of the following names: VICK (FICK), Fred born abt. 1825 HAMMAN, Wilhelm
Carol Bowen Thu Apr 10
Carl F. W. HARTWIG, born 5/21/1831 in Ottendorf, Kreis Naugard, Pomerania, married Wilhelmine ULRICH, born 11/25/1839, place unknown. Married in 1861 and immigrated same year to Watertown, Dodge County, WI. Had three children--Herman, Anna, and Ida Hartwig, all born in Watertown. Looking for relatives of Carl and Wilhelmine, also descendants. Anna married Wilhelm GOHSMAN. Ida married to Monte HUEBNER. Families later lived in Winnebago County.
Hattie Dixon Fri Apr
25 00:01:41 1997
Aloha: Information for: Rachel COIL b about 1801 in Ohio (born Rachel GEORGE)and her sons Nelson b 1821/23 and Jackson G b 1826/27. Rachel and son, Jackson were said to have lived in Fox Lake, Dodge Co. Lived in Ohio up to 1860 when they moved to WI. Also searching for Sarah Jane Evans MORGAN b 25 Jun 1835 (wife of Jackson G. Coil). Sarah grew up in Fox Lake, Dodge Co. These are ancestors on my mother's side and have been very elusive for many years. Mahalo (Thank you). Hattie Dixon
Cindy Fri Apr 25 19:29:05
Looking for any information to share on RINDFLEISCH family that may have moved from Dodge county to Marathon County. Thank You.
Joanne Hinz Mon Apr 28
Runkel/Brophy I am searching for any information on my Great grandparents Bernard and Minnie RUNKEL BROPHY. MINNIE's parents are John W. and Mary Runkel. Her place of birth is listed Dodge, Town of Lowell according to the 1880 census. Her birth date is Oct 1873. I have no information on Bernard Brophy except for his date of birth Dec 1871. Any information would be welcomed. Thank You, Joanne Hinz
Dorothy Cook Burt Mon Apr
28 19:34:42 1997
Seeking family or information on David RACE (1800-83) and Hannah MCLEAN (1801-79) lived in Waupun, FDL Co. after 1855. CH: JOHN J md Lovina MILLER (Milton, Wm H, Frank A, Eva), HENRY A md Marietta KANEAR (Mary L, Carrie E, Henry G), CHARLES, CATHERINE md Chas. D COOK (Emma A, Ell A, Chas W, Alfred R, Carrie M, Katie H, Manley B), SARAH A md Joseph LANGDON (Addie, Chas, Wm, Hannah, George), STEPHEN md Henrietta HARTGRINK (George, Henry, Fred, Chas), WM W md Libbie B THOM, ESTHER M md Julius DAVIS (Fred) and Carleton JENNINGS, JESSIE B
Tom Palczynski Wed Apr 30
Wojcieck (Albert) PIASECKI married to Nipomacina (Tiny) SZCZECH, children: Thomas, Ben, Stanley, Veronica, Robert. Had a farm in Dodge County, also had a farm in Hayward, Wis.
Marge Sun May 4 19:01:38
ROBERTS, Jane husband Thomas D. from the town of Fox Lake. I have a copy of her last will and testament, if someone is interested please let me know. I have lots of Roberts in my tree, from Columbia county. Date of the Will is Oct. 11, 1888 Other names listed in will are Margaret HUGHES, Grace OWENS, Zeth JONES, Elizabeth Owens Catherine ELLIS. Hope this helps someone Marge MKukuwich@aol.com
Linda Schlater Wed May 7
I am seeking descendants of Jehiel (aka Hial) HUNGERFORD. He settled in Leroy township, Dodge Co, in 1850. He died between 1870 and 1880. His daughters married James RESSINBURG (Sally), George HODGE (Lydia), and Joseph ELLIOT (Jane).
Linda Schlater Wed May 7
I am seeking information on descendants of John S. HUNGERFORD, settler in 1850 of Leroy township, Dodge Co, WI. John had three children. His daughter Harriet married George BANKER. His son John married Ada LOOP. His daughter Augusta married David LINTNER.
L.Tillotson Thu May 8
Seeking info on John TAFT and Francis CHASE (b. June 9, 1832, possibly Oak Grove, WI). Eleven children born in Juneau (Harriet, Emma, Mary, Ruth, Cora, Grace, Francis, John, Sidney, Birdeta and Guy).
Mary Buege Fri May 9
Dodge County, WI - Am seeking info on August and Wilhelmina (HABECK) HOEFS family. Lived in Watertown in the 1890s. Came from Pommern--probably Stettin. Known children, Augusta m. Wilhelm KAISER, Mina,...
Helen Stevenson Fri May
9 12:07:18 1997
WEBSTER, TEW, MOREHOUSE, THOMPSON. Eliza THOMPSON was born 15 April 1802 in either New York or CT. She married 1) Richard TEW 25 Jan 1821 in Portage Co., Ohio and 2) Cyrus WEBSTER 12 Sept. 1829 in Portage Co. OH. After the death of Cyrus, Eliza moved to Lomira, Dodge Co., WI. She filed a land claim on 1 July 1848; a Lewis TEW filed directly after her. I do not know what the relationship was between them. Eliza appears on the 1850 Federal Census for Lomira with her children: Richard TEW age 23; Orson Warren Webster age 18; Cloe Webster age 16; James Perry Webster age 12; Van Buren Thompson Webster age 9. William TEW was on the 1850 Lomira census with his wife Susan and their daughter Floria T. who was born ca 1848. Richard M. TEW appeared on the 1870 Federal census for Lomira with his wife Malissa and their two sons Warner born ca 1867 in MN and Herbert born ca 1869 in WI. Eliza's daughter Chloe married Silas MOOREHOUSE in Lomira on 16 Nov 1852. Orson Warren WEBSTER married Nancy M. Niers in Lacrosse, WI To my knowledge all members of this family, with the possible exception of William TEW moved to Marion Co., Il in 1870. Wish more data on this family and place of birth and parentage for Eliza THOMPSON TEW WEBSTER.
Kislenger Tue May 13 05:46:13 1997
My great grandparents were married in Theresa, 10 Feb 1861, in the Catholic church records (all we have) it said John DAGEN and Madgalena HARTMANN, but in the History of Renville cty, Mn it said HARDINGER, and her childen put Hardinger on her death cert. in Iowa in 1918, Can not find Hartmann or Hardinger in 1860 Census of Dodge county, the family moved to Minn in 1864, can any one help with this
Roberta J. Woods Tue
May 13 09:04:44 1997
Need death information for Lucy Mallory SATTERLEE b. ca 1792 Vt. and d. 1858 Beaver Dam, WI. and her husband, Nathan L. Satterlee b. ca 1782 Ny. d. 1854 in Calamus Twp. Dodge County, Wi.
Tom Ruhland Tue May 13 18:10:48
I am looking for information on Joseph RUHLAND b.Dec 28 1842 d. July 15 1910. His wifes' name was Francesca SCHMITT. They had nine children. George, John, Joseph, Loius, Robert, Michael, Mary, Herman, and Frank. Mary was married to Joseph ZANGL. Frank legally changed his name to RULAND.
Bob Tobin Wed May 14
Looking for information on the Surname TOBIN. My gr. grandfather was William Tobin. I have been told his father's name was John. William had several brother and a sister Mary Ellen, was a nun and died in Baltimore MD, Dec 1915. Any information will be appreciated
Phyllis Vickers Sun May 25
Researching parents of Augusta GENTZ, born 1848, lived township of Herman, married William RUSCH.
pat stevens Fri May 30
Martin SCHUETT - interested in his wife whose maiden name was PIRKEL - may be a branch on my tree - noted by an emmigration site on the web to have settled in Hustiford, Dodge Co., WI - have never been able to find the ladies first name or place of origin
Deborah J. Morris Sat
May 31 23:49:16 1997
Hello again, New information on Marvin Franklin MORRIS, born: 1/24/24. Marvin also had a sister name Louise, I do not know her middle name. I do not know if she ever married, or left Arkansas. If My Aunt Louise is out there some where please write me back. Marvin also had twin girls, with a woman named Kathy, Last name unknown. I also have another name in relation to my father, his name is Larry. I am not sure if he was my fatherís son or a brother. Eugene Harold MORRIS was born 6/5/1935. His first wife's name was Clara Rose TOPPING. My Mother is Delores Mae GABRILSKI TOPPING.
Lisa Hensley Sun Jun 1
BOSS, Mary Etta-born about 1862 in Dodge Co., Rolling Prairie, WI. Any information on her family, siblings, etc., would be appreciated. Don't even have her parents names. Thanks in advance
Burna K. Jamieson Mon Jun
2 22:18:53 1997
WHITE, CAVEN - Dodge Co. & Washington Co., WI - Researching the family of Joseph David WHITE and his wife Hannah Ann CAVEN, m. 1853 in Richfield, Washington Co.; they moved to Trenton Twp., Dodge Co., in 1866. Both are buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Beaver Dam - Hannah d. 1874, Joseph d. 1912 (at time of death Jos. lived at 923 No.Spring St. in Beaver Dam). Their children were Cyrel (b.1854), George (b. 1856,died young), Michael Eli (b.1857), Margaret (b.1858, died young), David E. (b.1861), Marilla (b.1863), Joseph D., Samuel T., Mary, and Aaron. All the children, except Samuel, eventually settled in southern Minnesota; Mary E. went on B.C., Canada.
Shayla Brown Mon Jun
Searching for info on the following names (Ashippun, Dodge Co.): John VANSCHOONHOVEN born 1825 in NY, married Mary Ann PYNER born 1830 in Ireland. They had 9 children: Susan born 1848 WI, George born 1849 WI, John H., Henry (my gr-gr-grandfather) born 1858 WI, Charles, Hannah, Frank Roger Bates (F.R.B.), Orien, Orpha E. born 1870 WI. Henry VanSchoonhoven married (1) Lois Clara SNOW born 1858 NY; they had 6 children: Carl born 1877 MN, Walter, William bo rn 1879 MN, Lois Clara (my gr-grandmother), Susan, Martius. Clara died during childbirth with Martius (Mark) & he was given to Clara Snow's side of the family & raised with last name of Snow. Henry remarried (2) Emma BASHER. She had two children from her previous marriage & she & Henry had 2 more children: Gladys, Roy. The family then moved to South Dakota. I have found Henry, John H. & F.R.B. all living in SD. If anyone has info on the family in WI, this would be much appreciated. Willing to share what I have.
Bill Cooley Sat Jun 7
Looking for descendants of Severt and Caroline (HALVERSON) ANDERSON from Norway who settled in Beaver Dam c. 1856 and moved to New London in the 1870's. Severt was a shoemake and gardener and enlisted in Captain Patch's 16th Wisconsin Infantry, was wounded and pensioned. Both died in New London in 1902. Their children were Peter, Andrew, Sophia, Christian, George, Lizzie Lillian, and Caroline. Last two born in Beaver Dam. Peter married, Jan 1872, Mary Alice JOHNSON, daughter of Samuel B. and Elizabeth Johnson of Beaver Dam, and eventually moved to Wyoming where he became a sheep rancher.
Ward Mon Jun 9 08:22:22 1997
SINGER MURPHY DAVIS: Searching David MURPHY m. Julia DAVIS at least one dau Eva Betsey MURPHY m. October 1893 Dodge Co., WI Alexander SINGER b. Canada. Any information appreciated.
Ronald L. and Maureen
(Wolfgram) Giese Sun Jun 15 07:15:30 1997
Seeking information on Fred Wilhelm Herman WOLFGRAM, b 5 Nov 1840, son of Johann David Christian and Anna Sophia (SCHLUETER) WOLFGRAM; arrived in WI 1855 purchasing land in Emmet Twnsp Dodge Co. WI, several years later moving to Portland Twnsp Dodge Co. WI. Except for a St. Johns Lutheran church (Watertown) record and presence of Wilhelm WOLFGRAM in Emmet, Dodge Co. census of 1860, nothing further can be found. Second problem is we have been unable to establish the relationship between Johann David Christian/Anna Sophia (SCHLUETER) WOLFGRAM, our ancestors and two other area couples: 1) Johann Ferdinand and Auguste C. F. (SCHLUETER) WOLFGRAM of the Farmington Jefferson Co. area, and 2) Theodore/Alwine T. L. (KOHLS) WOLFGRAM of the Lowell Dodge Co. WI area.
Margy Waddell Thu Jun 19
Help needed on the Charles Melankton SMITH & Mary Ann WEBB families. Mary Ann SMITH died in abt 1887 in Dodge Co. WI? Her mother Mary WEBB died in about 1885 in Beaver Dam, WI. If anyone can help on the SMITH or WEBB families I'd sure appreciate any help. If anyone has a obit for these women I'd like to receive a copy or pictures anyone. I'll pay for any expenses. Margy
MARY PRICE Sun Jun 22
I am looking for info on the parents of Charles Stanley ELLIS. He was born Nov. 15,1884 in Dodge County. He married Rose EIZENHOEFER. I know he had 4 siblings, David & John are two of them.
Tim Sasse Thu Jun 26
I am looking for any information on the family of August Friedrich SASSE who immigrated from Brandenburg to the town of Lomira in Dodge Co in 1867. First wife's name was Henriette KLAETSCH. Remarried in 1874 to Auguste ROESLER in town of Theresa. Never owned any land in the township. Family moved to Shawano Co in 1895. Would like to know if anybody has any information on where they may have lived or their immigration, or any connection to this family.
COLLEEN GOLTZ Thu
Jun 26 18:50:52 1997
Any information on the GOLTZ (GOLZ) family that came from around the Kolmar Posen Germany area in the mid 1850's. Specifically Wilhelm GOLTZ, his wife Wilhelmina (Minnie) BUTZER HIENS (HINZ), his brother Johann Daniel and half brother Friederich. Other surnames include KRUEGER and DOMES.
Frank S. Ferry Sun Jun 29
Looking for information about my Great Grandfather Frank BREITKREITZ believed to have been born in Beaver Dam, Dodge County, WI in 1860. According to LDS Ordinance Frank married Ida STOLLE on 14 Apr 1879 in Mayville, Dodge County WI. Later he married Louise THEMIE or TEME of Germany. In 1880 he had moved to Grafton, Silby County, MN. Would also like any information available about Louise Themie, did she live in Dodge County, WI?
Bob Tobin Wed Jul 2
Looking for information on the last name TOBIN. From information I have been told that the Tobin's were from this area. Have several letters that are post marked Columbus, Wisconsin. Especially, looking for John and William. John was the father of William. William had several brothers and at least one sister Mary Ellen who died in Baltimore in 12-21-1915. She was a nun. Also, John wife is buried in Columbia County I believe.
Robin Clanton Mills Sun
Jul 6 10:55:28 1997
UHRMACHER: Looking for info on parents of John UHRMACHER who was born 10 May 1857 in Hustisford, Dodge Co, WI. Moved to Livingston Co, MO prior to 1886. Any info would be appreciated! Thanks
Brian Gaber Mon Aug 18 07:37:55
Looking for any record of George Dennis KILLMER. He arrived in Dodge County with his wife, Ellen WESTOVER, and several children around 1850.
Walter L. Pfeffer, II
Sun Aug 17 13:48:28 1997
Trying to find info on the NIVER family of Horicon, Dodge Co., Wis. My g- g-uncle Vergene died on 8-17-1865 - from illnesses in the War - he was a 2nd sgt. in Co. A, 20th Wis. Volunteers. His father, Alexander T. Niver died in 1880 or 1881 in Horicon and his mother died the year before his father. This is all according to the pension records & the National Archives. Would be grateful for any additional help - obits, death dates, etc. Thanks for your help!
Mike Fox Tue Aug 19 10:06:57
I'm updating my query. I'm looking for info on Michael & Apolina FUCHS. They lived in Jefferson Co. WI.They came from Bavaria in 1852. Michael Fuchs died Nov 26 1871. He and Apolina had 8 childern, Mary, b appr 1851 in Bavaria/George, b 21 Nov 1852/William, b 1855/ Peter, b 1856/Barbary, b 1857/John, b 1861/Matilda, b 1865/Christina, b 1868. George Fuchs/Fox was my g-g grandfather. He was married Nov 22 1880 in Watertown WI to Katherine DVORAK. Their first child was Mary Frances FOX, b 18 Jan 1881 in Janesville WI.#2 was John Michael Fox, b 29 Jul 1883 in Sullivan WI. Sometime after 1883 and before 1886 the family moved from Jefferson Co WI to Pierce Co WI.
Laurie J. Leifermann Fri
Aug 22 14:13:32 1997
Seeking info. on Grace BENNETT, b. Reeseville, Dodge County, WI. All I have is her husband, Elmer R. DAVIDSON, b. Eastman, Crawford Co., WI. At the time of her daughter's (Edith Marie Davidson) birth in ND on January 31, 1902, her age was 36. Therefore, her birth year was 1866??
Edward Seefelt Fri Aug 29 07:51:07
Friedrich SEEFELDT from Kolberg, Pomerania, Prussia. Spouse: Johanna nee SCHULTZ. Children: Franz, Karl, Friebert, Lena. Question: Friedrich's parents names and Father's occupation.
Loraine Mueller Mon
Sep 1 11:12:38 1997
Looking for the descendents of Ernst Friedrich MUELLER and Maria Christine STEPHEN b 1796-d Sept 16, 1849. 1) Gottlieb Frederich MUELLER b Dec 27, 1819 -d Feb 8, 1860 buried at Lebanon no stone, m June 1, 1847 at Lebanon Dodge Co, Wi to Caroline Albertine Wilhelmine KOEPSELL (b Aug 7, 1826 -d Feb 15, 1865 dau of Christian Koepsell and Anna Sophie MATTER) 2) Carl W MUELLER b Feb 1825 Raffenhorst -d Sept 1, 1908 buried at Burnett Cem Dodge Co Wi m to Caroline Henriette MOLDENHAUER 3) Johann August Friedrich MUELLER b May 8, 1822 Dunow Prov -d Mar 23, 1907 buried at Lewiston, Winona Co, MN, m 1852 in Dunow to Auguste 'Amelia' Henriette LENZ (b July 19, 1833-d Apr 20, 1914) 4) Hanna Caroline Louise MUELLER b 1826 m May 11, 1849 at Lebanon Dodge Co, Wi to Carol Friedrich Wilhelm NEUTZEL b 1822 (son of Johann Fr NEUTZEL and Charlotte Sophia) 5) Ernst Friedrich Wilhelm MUELLER b Dec 25, 1829 in Rutzen Pommern d Sept 7, 1877 buried at Lewiston MN m Nov 11, 1853 at Hochheim Dodge Co WI to Marie Louise Auguste BUDAHN (b Jan 1, 1833 at Kodram Wollin dau of Michael Friedrich BUDAHN and Maria Christina)
John Levtzow Sat Sep 13 08:50:10
All I have is names and a few dates, I need everything else. Joachim Johann Heinrich LEVTZOW (or LEVETZOW) and his wife Christiana Sophia Elisa PENTZIN Levtzow came to America in 1852 or 54 from Ober Steffenshagen, Kroeplin, Mechlenburg, Germany. It is beleived that a brother (Bokmann) and/or uncle Fritz came with them. They had two children (both born in Germany) Heinrich Joachim Christof LEVTZOW (my great-grandfather who homesteaded to SD in 1884) and Anna Sophia Dorothea LEVTZOW. Nothing is known of the fate of Joachim and Christiana, story has it that they died in a train accident, and another story is that of cholera. Heinrich (Henry) married Maria Sophia EHLERT on May 13, 1872 in Watertown, WI. They made their home in Lowell Dodge Co. WI. They had five children while living in WI and three more in SD. To all that contribute to this worthy cause.... ....THANKS!!!!!!!!!
Jayne Sat, 15 Nov 1997
Searching for information about the DAVENPORT & DAVIS families that resided in Beaver Dam, WI in 1855. Martha BARNARD of New Boston, MA m. Stephen DAVENPORT aft. 1840, Annis BARNARD m. Ira DAVIS in New Boston in 1846. When Annis and Martha's father died, they are listed as being in Beaver Dam, WI. After Ira Davis died in 1862 in LaCrosse Co., Annis took her children and removed to Minn. Am trying to fill in the gap of Annis's life in WI from 1847 through 1862, and find information about her sisters family, the Stephen DAVENPORTS. 1. Were Stephen DAVENPORT and Martha m. in NH or WI?. (have not found a record in NH) 2. Did they have children?? 3. Any vital records on Stephen and Martha would be appreciated. I have a lot of BARNARD information that I am willing to share.
Kris Thu, 20 Nov 1997
I am searching for information on Frank DIETRICH, Sr. who resided in LeRoy, WI in 1896. He was married to Mary FROUNDORF. The birth year for Frank was 1854 and the birth year for Mary was 1862. Any help that could be given would be greatly appreciated.
Dar Sat, 13 Dec 1997 21:13
Looking for Maria SCHMIDT, nee ZOCHERT, married to Julius Schmidt about 1868, at least three children Emma Bertha Emilie, born 8Feb1869, Auguste Emma Mathilda, b. 29Oct1870 and Clara Mathilda Wilhelmina, born 11July1873. Need to know who her parents were, and if she stayed in Dodge county. Not in 1880 census, part 2 LDS film.
Linda Scheimann Mon, 29 Dec 1997 17:01
Searching for information about Charles and Caroline LANGFELDT, living in Elba Twp., Dodge County, Wisconsin 1880-1900. Caroline's maiden name may have been HANKS. Charles born in Prussia Feb. 1848, Caroline June 1849. Four children: Frank, Otto, William, and Augusta. Also searching SEYFERT, for which I already have much early German information and am willing to share.
Kris Bomersbach Sat, 3 Jan 1998 00:08
I am looking for the family of Abel WASHBURN of Clyman, Dodge Co, WI, listed in the 1850 census. Abel was born in MA in 1797. Wife was Nancy, b.in CT. Children were Sarah, Nancy D., Fanny, Horace, William H.H., Abel H., and Samuel WASHBURN, all born in Ohio.
Kathy Smith Mon, 5 Jan 1998 19:34
Seeking information on surname HAKER and DICKRAFF (DICKNAFF?) m. 26 Dec. 1878 in Lutheran Church at Horicon, WI. Fred Haker b. Jan/Feb 1855 in Mecklenberg-Strelitz, Germany, came to US in 1873, worked for railroad in Horicon. Maria (Mary) Dickraff b. 1857 in Prussia. Parents were Gottlieb (Gottfeld) Dickraff and Caroline ELECKNER. In 1880 census Caroline was living with Maria and Fred. Two of Maria & Fred's children were born in Horicon before the family moved out of state.
HAKER name was spelled HACKER in Germany. Unsure of spelling for Maria's maiden name - church record looks like Dickraff or Dicknaff. Thanks for your assistance. I am especially seeking information on Maria's family.
John Fri, 9 Jan 1998 23:32
Looking for information about Anthony KIERZEK, pastor of St. Michael's Catholic Church, Beaver Dam from 1919 until his death in 1926 at the age of 44. Since Anthony was a priest, with no descendants, this query is directed to those who may happen to have jubilee books or other historical materials relating to St. Michael's church. Anthony was my wife's great uncle.
Brian Gaber Sun, 25 Jan 1998 14:51
I am looking for any information on the family of George Dennis KILLMER. They farmed in Dodge Co. between 1852 and 1863.
Ina Stoeckli Tue, 27 Jan 1998 10:59
I am trying to get any information about my Great-great-grandfather's time in Dodge County. I know that he owned property in Hubbard Township in 1950, having emigrated from Shropshire, England. His name was William Thomas CHATWOOD. Later part of the family moved to Green County--I am looking for a link to Merle or Edward Chatwood in those counties. Merle died in 1964, according to SS records, but I am unable to learn if he was still in Wisconsin. The SS information does not indicate where the death benefit was sent.
David Radloff Wed, 28 Jan 1998 20:52
Major PRATT and daughter Fanny were on the 1850 census for Fairfield(Oak Grove).
They are in Green Lake county in 1860. Divorce! having taken place, with the mother Phoebe Owen Pratt remarrying Erastus FINNEY in Beaver Dam.
After the 1860 census I loose track of all of the family. Phoebe died in @ 1862 per the Beaver Dam paper. Fanny married Charles Wesley WELCH maybe in the 1850s. He served in the Civil War from the Berlin Company, 5th Infantry. For 1870 and beyond I find no record of Major Pratt, his second wife Sarah, or Fanny Pratt Welch and her husband.
Family oral history has it that they had twins. Later relatives from the Minneapolis area report their existance, Fanny had stricking red hair. Thanks for any clues on this family.
Dana Larsen Sun, 08 Feb 98 18:43
Still looking for info on James SNOW III, died in Lowell, Dodge Co, Wisconsin on 22 Sept 1872. Also need info on his daughter, Hulda Emmeline (SNOW) REED who married Otis Elbridge Reed. As far as I know, both Hulda and Otis died in Lowell as well. I need to find out James III parents and more about Hulda. She may have been a twin to Luther, born and died same year as Hulda was born, (1822). Both Hulda and her father James III were born in MASS. I have a nice history of the migration of that family from Mass to Ohio then into Wisconsin if anyone would like to have a copy. Describes conditions in 1845.
Linda Samuelson Mon, 9 Feb 1998 16:15
I am researching: BLACK BARBER BARBAR
William BLACK, b: 15 May 1824, Armagh, Tyrone, Ireland; d: 28 March 1901, Watertown, Wi.; m: 1847, Benburb, Tyrone, Ireland to Elizabeth BARBER (BARBAR), b: 12 May 1827, Armagh, Ireland (daug. of David and Elizabeth (maiden name unknown) BARBER); d: 11 Oct. 1897, Watertown, Wi. They lived in Watertown, Wi. for about 46 years. Some surnames connected are: KING FIKE RADEMACHER BURKE HOFFER WILBER BUTTERFIELD PHILLIPS FULLER UDEY ADSIT
Marla Witt McCarty Wed, 11 Feb 1998 15:02
MCCARTY - Lomira Township, Dodge Co., WI - I am researching the families of Patrick Henry MCCARTY b 1862 to Patrick MCCARTY and Mary ROACH in Dodge Co, Wisconsin and his wife Kathryn Agnes HAYDEN b 1869 in Fond du Lac.
Their son, Harold James MCCARTY (b 1901, married Marguerite Helen WHITTY in 1930, d 1985) is my husband's direct line.
Other surnames I am researching in Wisconsin are CLARKE CLOWRY HAWKINS HELLER RYAN WHITFIELD.
I would welcome any discussion, information or leads.
Edith E. Barr Wed, 18 Feb 1998 17:38
I am searching for information on the parents of Alonzo HERINGTON, who in 1850 came to Lowell, Dodge County, at the age of fourteen with his parents, Claudius Herington and Diana (----) Herington. Alonzo married 16 Apr 1867, Harriet TREDWAY at Lowell, Dodge Co., WI. She was the Dau. of Stutely Tredway and Julia Ann PADDLEFORD. I would appreciate any information that can help me in my search.
Terry & Maria Frederick Thu, 19 Feb 1998 09:45
I am researching the surnames HARTMAN, SCHRAP and POETTER from Dodge County. My great grandfather was Anton Hartman who married Eva Marie May. They had 4 children: George Anthony Hartman, Aloysius C. Hartman, Leo Hartman and Blondina Hartman. I am unable to find the birth record of Blondina.
Would also like to find out where Anton was born in Germany. Death record only lists Germany, and am interested in great great grandparents.
Joseph Kanaley Thu, 19 Feb 1998 20:39
Seeking info on Anton HARTMAN family. He immigrated to Dodge Co. from Germany circa 1860, married to Eva Marie MAY, children were Aloysius, Leo, Blondina, and George HARTMAN (my grandfather). Need info as to Anton's and Eva's places of birth in Germany, as well as info on Aloysius, Leo, and Blondina, all believed to have been born and raised in Juneau area. My grandfather George married Edminnie SCHRAP in Juneau and would like info on the SCHRAP family.
Kathleen Ryan Fri, 20 Feb 1998 16:10
looking for information on Rose COOGAN and Patrick BURNS and their families. They came from Ireland in 1844 and settled in Dodge Cty. town of Shields. Rose's parents were Christopher and Mary KEEGAN Coogan. Patrick died on July of 1876 on his way home from St. Joseph's church. Rose later moved to Milwaukee and died in 1915. any information is appreciated.
S. Arnold Sat, 21 Feb 1998 12:37
Alfred Steadman BLACKSTONE (born Jan. 8, 1830 in Maine) is listed in the 1850 Census in Wisconsin, Dodge County, Hustisford Township, with parents, Samuel (born Feb. 15, 1795 in Freeport, Cumberland, Maine.) and Mary Jane Williams Blackstone (born Sept. 25, 1804 in Pownal Village, Maine). Also, listed are siblings, Nathan, Charles, Joshua Timothy, Edward, Hannah, and Amelia Newton Blackstone. Alfred married JULIA (?) (born in New York, Nov. 3, 1833) and about 1853 they had a son Edward M. January 8, 1855, son Wallace Lester was born. In the 1860 Census, the Alfred Blackstone family are listed in Kansas, Otoe County, Otoe Township. (Samuel and Mary are listed in Dodge Co., Wisc. in 1855 and in Burt Co. Neb. near the Omaha Reservation in 1860.) Alfred and Julia are listed in Franklin Co., Kansas in 1865. Alfred helped organize the Ruhamah Baptist Church in KS. Alfred and Julia are buried in Ottawa, Kansas. I need any information at all concerning Julia--maiden name, family, place and time of her marriage, etc.
Steve Fletcher Sun, 1 Mar 1998 08:49
Interested in anything and everything relating to Christian DOBBERPUHL, (DOBBERPFUHL), (DOBBERPFULL) and family. Christian settled in Theresa, Dodge County, Wisconsin sometime before 1860.
Mary Smith Sun, 1 Mar 1998 18:09
Looking for any information on the following:
Louise ROESLER, b. 3 Oct 1861 and Charles KOTTKE, b. 12 Nov 1857. Charles and Louise were married in Dodge County 15 Mar 1881. They had at least two children, Clara, b. 26 June 1884 who married a HENNINGTON and "Bud", who we know little about. Any information on these two individuals, their parents, siblings, and children would be appreciated.
Brenda Tue, 3 Mar 1998 09:48
WOLFGRAM: Need the death records and obits for August Wolfgram and Frederika Unknown Wolfgram. They are on the Hustiford Twp Dodge County 1870 Census. August age listed as 36 b. in Prussia. Frederika was 35 b. in Prussia. This census lists Herman age 10; August age 7; Emma age 4; Emil age 3; and Frank age 1. The 1880 Monroe County census shows them living in Willowtown: Lists new children: Minna born 1872; Louisa born 1874; and Francis born 1878 .. all in WI. This family at some point moved to Tomah. Appreciate any info and I have lots to share. Will pay for any documents available within reason. Thanks.
LVisscher Sat, 18 Apr 1998 16:38
Searching for relatives still living in Dodge County, Wisconsin. Matthias KRAEMER, (d. 1909) emigrated from Germany and settled there in the early 1850's with his first wife Margariet (b.1836). They had three childern John (b.1857), Lena (b. 1858) married George LECHLER, Elizabeth "Lizzi" married Peter GINDT. His second wife was Magdalen Gindt (b. 1833) and they had three childern; Daniel (b. 1864,d. 1945), Margaret (b. 1867) and Peter J. (b.1872, d. 1935). All six childern were born and raised in Lomira, Dodge County. Both Daniel and Peter moved away but the other family members are unknown. There was a very close family relationship between the KRAEMER'S, GINDT'S, and LECHLER'S. I would like to find any family members of these three families.
Diana Miller Tue, 24 Mar 1998 09:56
Researching the surnames ROBERTS, MEADER and WILEY. Joshua Roberts m Priscilla Meader June 1843 in WI. Their son Truman Judge Roberts b Feb 26, 1850 in Washington County, WI. m Mary Jane WILEY June 1869 in Burnett, Dodge Co, WI. Truman's 2nd m to Anna Amelia DAUGHERTY in 1874 in KS. Would like to exchange info with anyone researching these families.
Kathy Kerr Fri, 17 Apr 1998 21:49
Looking for information on Gustine ROLOFF ROHLOFF ROHLUFF living in Horicon, WI in January of 1934. Her maiden name was GOHLKE. She had a brother Ludwig GOHLKE, who died January 13, 1934 in Mpls., MN. Gustine was listed as a surviving sister in his obituary. Her husband's name may have been August ROLOFF. I would like to find out if there are any members of this family still in the area. Thank you so much for your help in advance.
GroverSAR Fri, 24 Apr 1998 11:07
Silas & Diadama (ROWELL) GROVER left with his brother & sister from Springwater, Livingston Co., NY 1843 moving to Oconomowoc, Waukesha Co & Dodge Co. Wisc. He had 14 children. Silas move 1856 to Waseca Co. MN. the children move to the West and Canada. Been doing Grover genealogy since 1961. Willing to exchange info.
Norma Bladow Mon, 27 Apr 1998 10:19
Seeking information about Heinrich STACK b.11-23-1868. He lived in Mayville, WI and had two sons: Richard b. 1892 in Mayville; Arnold b. 10/14/1894.
Norma Bladow Mon, 27 Apr 1998 10:19
Seeking information on John STACK d. 1911 in Mayville, WI. He had three wives: Henrietta ROSENBERG, Emilia FELGNER, & Louise WILKE. The children of these unions were: Mrs. Ida DARLIN, Mrs. Martha EBEL, Mrs. Anna KILLIAN, & Mrs. Bertha BARTSCH. I believe Emilia FELGNER was also married to Fred WERNER & had 2 sons: Richard WERNER d. 1938 in Mayville, WI & Emil WERNER d. 1927 in Mayville, WI. I would also appreciate cemetery locations if possible.
Marsha Gottschalk Mon, 27 Apr 1998 14:25
I'm looking for any decendents of John and Mary (REDMAN) FITZGERALD both from Ireland, lived in Lebanon, Dodge Co., WI. raised 8 daughters. The parents died in 1872 leaving the girls orphaned. Am looking for two of the daughters still: named Susan and Julia. Any help would be appreciated.
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