Lafayette County, Wisconsin
Terrance V. Bussan Oct 1996 John Vincent SWIFT, Benton, WI.
MESSERSCHMIDT // FRITZ // ZASTROW // HAAGE // KETZLER //
MILBRATH // KETZLER // SMITH
Ivan Messerschmidt Oct 1996 My Great Great Grandfather was Johann MESSERSCHMIDT b 1800 in Wittenburg, Germany, married Maria Barbara FRITZ b 1812?. When Johann immigrated to the U.S., he settled in Jefferson County with his family. Their children were: 1)Michael b Mar 1834 in Germany, m a Margaret ? b 1846? in Bavaria. Children believed to be: Amelia b 1863, Cornelia b 1866, Margaret b May, 1870, Fred b Jan. 1872 m 1896 Maggie? b Aug 1874, Carrie b May 1876, and Flora b Dec 1880. 2) Henrich MESSERSCHMIDT b 1838 in Germany d 1932 m Amelia ZASTROW 9/30/1864 in Ixonia, WI (b 1847 in Jeff. Co WI) (Henrich fought in Civil War using the name Henry SMITH-Company H 13th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry Volunteers and he was my Great Grandfather), 3) John B. MESSERSCHMIDT b Dec 27, 1842 in Halle, Germany m 1868 Carrie HAAGE b Nov 1849 (John also fought in Civil War 1st Wisconsin Volunteer Calvary. Children believed to be Albert b 1868 in WI, May b May 1879 in WI, Lotta b Feb 1883 in WI, Ernst b Jan 1885 in WI, William b 1892 in SD, and gertrude b Apr 1894 in SD) 4) Fred b 1846 in Germany, killed in Civil War. 5) George b Dec 1847, m an Emma? in 1870 moved to St Charles, MN. Children believed to be: Edwin D. b Oct 1875, Lena b Dec 1882, Fredrick b Apr 1888, and Eva b Oct 1890. 6) Catherine b 1850 in Germany m Mr.KETZLER and lived near Cambridge, WI and later moved to Madison, WI 7) Andrew b 1852 in Germany lived in Tacoma, WA 8) Mary Barbara b 1854 in Germany m Mr MILBRATH and lived in Kenosha, WI. I am looking for any information on the decendants of Henrich's brothers and sisters. (Michael, John, Fred, George, Catherine KETZLER, Andrew and Mary Barbara MILBRATH) I currently have a family tree program with a GEDCOM file containing most of the decendants of henrich but have very little information on his brothers and sisters.
INGWELL // HOLMGREN
Joe Carlson Oct 1996 I am looking for any information on my gr-gr-grandmother, Mary Jane INGWELL b abt 1860 in Blanchardville, WI. I know she had 2 sisters Minnie and Josie. Mary Jane probably taught in a school for the blind. She married Peter HOLMGREN.
JEVNE // OLSEN
Stein Ole Kjaer Oct 1996 Looking for the descendants of Oline JEVNE, born 21.Sept.1861 in Stange, Hedmark, Norway. She crossed the Atlantic from Oslo, Norway the 13.Sept.1886 and wrote LaCrosse Wisconsin as her destination. She can have been using the last name OLSEN, but I doubt it. She was unmarried and had done work as a seamstress in Norway.
FREDERICK // ROBERTS
Michael J. Frederick Oct 1996 I am looking for information concerning my great-great grandfather, John Mills FREDERICK. I am primarily looking for information concerning his participation in the Civil War. He enlisted out of Belmont, in Lafayette County. Although originally from Iowa, he lived there at least briefly while courting his future wife. Her brother, last name of ROBERTS, and John enlisted in August of 1862 in Company B of the 23rd Wisconsin Infantry Regiment. If anybody has any information on either my great-great grandfather, his brother-in-law, or the regiment they were in, it would prove to be very helpful.
ROBERTS // JAMIESON // HILLEMEYER // AHERN
William Roberts Oct 1996 Looking for information on ROBERTS in and around Shullsburg in the 1800 to 1900's. Also JAMIESON, HILLEMEYER, and AHERN. Have some info to share.
ALLEN // FISHER // WOODWARD
Virginia Walters Nov 1996 Thomas C. ALLEN married Harriet M. FISHER at Shullsburg, WI (Lafayette County) in November, 1855. Witnesses at this marriage were a Mr and Mrs John ALLEN, presumably some relation. Thomas and Harriet later moved to Iowa. Can anyone shed light on the John ALLENs? Harriet's parents were Samuel and Anna Maria (WOODWARD) FISHER, apparently of Shullsburg. I am searching Thomas' parents and siblings.
MARTIN // BRADY
Linda Cliborne Nov 1996 MARTIN/BRADY I am seeking info on the family of James Patterson MARTIN and his wife Mary Elizabeth BRADY. They had 8 children, Frederic, William, Florence Olive, Andrew, Mary Agnes, Elsie, James Blaine, and Lora Bell. James Blaine MARTIN was b. 1884 in Darlington, Lafayette Co, WI. I would be interested in any decendants or ancestors of these women or other vital stats.
PEART // CORNISH // JEWELL // BOSANKO // POLLARD
Fayth Harrison Nov 1996 PEART, CORNISH, JEWELL, BOSANKO AND POLLARD. The above family names have lived in the Lafayette, Grant, and Iowa Counties of Wisconsin at one time or another.
MC LEAN // PECOR // MC NULTY // HANEK // RYAN
Donna Dec 1996 I am interested in the following surnames: MCLEAN, PECOR, MCNULTY, HANEK, and RYAN. I know that there were th;e following living in the following places as of Dec. 1955: Mrs. J.T. MCNULTY of Oconto Falls, WI, Mrs. Mae RYAN of Oconto, WI, and a Mrs. Maude HANEK (b Jan. 19, 1889) of Madison, WI. I would be interested in any decendants or ancestors of these women or other vital stats.
BOUGHTON // LANE
Darlene Fish Dec 1996 Seeking marriage of Ida Bell BOUGHTON to a LANE around 1877-1883 in Lafayette County. Also seeking 1885 Wisconsin Census for a Michael LANE in Lafayette County.
STAM // GUGGERTY // GAUGHERTY // GOGERTY
Lisa McKinney Dec 1996 I am researching STAM-GUGGERTY (GAUGHERTY/GOGERTY) c1840-c1880 genealogy in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Missouri.
STAENDER // STENDER // STAINER // SCHLESWIG // HOLSTEIN // KAHL
David A. Kluver Dec 1996 I am researching my ancestor Claus Heinrich STAENDER (STENDER, STAINER), 18 Oct 1821, SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN, - 21 Apr 1893, Remsen IA,) present in Platteville township Grant Co, WI in the 1870 federal census. His daughter, Charlotte, married Wilhelm KAHL (21 Dec 1840, Holstein - 6 Feb 1905, Remsen IA) that year; they are listed in the 1880 federal census, also of Platteville. The 1870 census lists Claus Heinrich as Henry STAINER, 50, with wife Henriette, 50, and children Dorothy, 13, Rudolf, 10, and Otto, 7, all born Holstein. Clause Heinrich's 1893 death record states that son Otto, 27, remained in Platteville. None of the records I have access to (mostly census records) state the year of emigration of either the STENDER family or of Wilhelm KAHL (he had two brothers, August, born about 1843, and Heinrich/Henry, born about 1836). The volumes of Germans to America do not appear to help either. I live in Texas and thus do not have access to any records specific to Grant Co. I would appreciate any information concerning surviving relations or points of origin or residence of my STENDER or KAHL relations.
CALVERT // BRUNSKILL // SPARKS // ALDERSON // CAYGILL // HUGILL // HURD
Susan Cosgrove Dec 1996 Looking for information regarding these people and their parents. Michael, Martin, John, Isaiah and Henry CALVERT. They all came to Wisconsin around the same time (1840's). All of the brothers were involved in mining (New Diggings, WI?). Henry came in 1839-1840 to New Diggings with his wife Jane BRUNSKILL-CALVERT and 2 children, Margaret and Simon. Michael CALVERT married Elizabeth SPARKS and died at Fairplay, WI. Martin CALVERT married Nannie ALDERSON and died at New Diggings, WI. John CALVERT died at Portage, WI. Isaiah died at New Diggings. Henry CALVERT died 9-19-1895 at the home of his daughter Lizzie CALVERT-CAYGILL near Linden, WI. One sister and her niece came to WI also, Jane CALVERT-HUGILL and Esther ALDERSON (of Shullsburg, WI.) Jane died at Mifflin, WI. Their parents stayed in England and are from the Arkengarthdale area, North Yorkshire. We think their names were Henry CALVERT and Margaret HURD.
CALVERT // SPARKS // HUGILL
Susan Calvert-Cosgrove Dec 1996 I am interested in any information on Michael CALVERT, b 1800? Arkengarthdale, England, came to New Diggings, WI around 1830-1840's, He married Elizabeth SPARKS and their children were John, Sarah Ann, Joseph, Thomas William, Maria, Elizabeth, Martha, and Edward. They lived in Dubuque and Fairplay. Michael was an experienced miner and died at Fairplay, WI. His brothers, Martin, John Nathan, Isaiah, Henry and one sister Jane CALVERT-HUGILL all came to the New Diggings area also around the same time.
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