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December

NEW

Oconto County, Wisconsin

Petitions for Naturalization - Volume 14 

Volume 14 # 2302 - 2501

.
2385
Alexander Patterson
March 25, 1891
.
2386
John Perry
March 30, 1891
.
2387
John Berens
March 30l 1891
.
2388
Peter
ahnen
March 30 1891
.
2389
August Muller
March 30, 1891
.
2390
Bernhard Ahnen
March 30, 1891
.
2391
Pierre Hobscheid
March 30, 1891
.
2392
Frank Feltes
March 30, 1891
.
2393
Jacob Cullman
March 30, 1891
.
2394
Andrew Pederson
March 31, 1891
.
2395
Carl Zahn
April 1, 1891
.
2396
Herman Zahn
April 1, 1891
.
2397
Fred Bahrke
April 1, 1891
.
2398
Ed. Miller
April 1, 1891
.
2399
Niels Andersen
April 3, 1891
.
2400
Tjomas P. Andersen
April 3, 1891
.
2401
Julius Andersen
April 3, 1891
2402
Julius Barrenwald
April 6, 1891
.
2403
Karl Wolf
April 6, 1891
.
2404
August Dicknot (Dickast)
April 6, 1891
.
2405
Fritz Wolf
April 6, 1891
.
2406
Charley Gust. Johnson
April 6, 1891
.
2407
Alphonse Pecor
April 7, 1891
.
2408
John White
April 15, 1891
.
2409
Henry Rasmussen
May 5, 1891
.
2410
August Wilhelm
June 29, 1891
.
2411
Joseph Badin
July 24, 1891
.
2414
August King
July 24, 1891
.
2413
O. H. Huntley
Nov. 10, 1891
.
2414
Michael Szczepanski
Jan. 8, 1892
.
2415
Gottlieb Kittler
March 14, 1892
.
2416
Disiviscour Jaques
March 15, 1892
.
2417
Nick Barttel
(Bartell)
March 15, 1892



.
2418
Jules Lhott
March 18, 1892
.
2419
Alfred Lhott
March 18, 1892
.
2420
Joseph Lhott
March 18, 1892
.
2421
Jean Baptiste Pierret
March 18, 1892

.
2422
Felin Roderique
March 18, 1892
.
2423
Hans Peter Hansen
March 24, 1892
.
2424
Adolph Geguere
March 28, 1892
.
2425
Edward Van Den  Driesscke
March 28, 1892
.
2426
James McCabe
March 28, 1892
.
2427
Thomas H. Byrne
March 28, 1892
.
2428
Fred Rivers
March 28, 1892
.
2429
John Sahles (Johann Zahles)
.
2430
Charles Grady
March 28, 1892
.
2431
Thomas Prindible
March 28, 1892
.
2432
Archie C. Mc Lean
March 28, 1892
.
2433
Hans J. Nielsen Jresild
(Jersild)
March 28, 1892
.
2434
Victor De Cubber
March 28, 1892
.
2435
Leo Thebeau
March 29, 1892
.
2436
Gust Miller
March 29, 1892
.
2437
Desire Verbike
March 29, 1892
.
2438
Charles Deltaeje
March 29, 1892
.
2439
August De Taeje
March 29, 1892
.
2440
Petrus Ghijs
March 29, 1892
.
2441
Jules Verbeke
March 29, 1892
.
2442
Edward De Tay
March 29, 1892
.
2443
Bernard Verschoot
March 29, 1892
.
2444
Peter Donahue
March 29, 1892
.
2445
Alex McDonald
March 29, 1892
.
2446
James Archibald
March 29, 1892
.
2447
Sam McDonald
March 29, 1892
.
2448
Edward Guitar
March 29, 1892
.
2449
Pat Tunney
March 29, 1892
.
2450
John Larson
March 29, 1892
.
2451
Carl
Schoenebeck
March 29, 1892

 
.
2452
Ernst Bartel
March 29, 1892
.
2453
Frank Schmid
March 29, 1892
.
2454
Jak Klement
March 29, 1892
2455
James Housner
March 29, 1892
.
2456
Louis Lefevre
March 29, 1892
.
2457
Herman Baribeau
March 29, 1892
.
2458
Adlene Lacount
March 29, 1892
.
2459
Geo Vye
March 29, 1892
.
2460
Michel Bettin
March 29, 1892
.
2461
Ferdinand Andou (Andrae)
March 29, 1892

.
2462
Chist Aagaard
March 29, 1892
.
2463
Michel Heckman
March 29, 1892
.
2464
James M. Vye
March 29, 1892
.
2465
Alexander McLean
March 29, 1892
.
2466
Simon McDonald
March 29, 1892
.
2467
William McLean
March 29, 1892
.
2468
John McDonald
March 30, 1892
.
2469
John Wood March 30, 1892
.
2470
John J. Ross
March 30, 1892
.
2471
August Zutter
March 30, 1892
.
2472
Carl Steuer
March 30, 1892
.
2473
Jaku Karban
March 30. 1892
.
2474
Wilhelm Werth
March 30, 1892
.
2475
August Merke
March 30, 1892
.
2476
Conrad Christensen
March 30, 1892
.
2477
August Drafz
March 30, 1892
.
2478
Theodor Jansen
April 1, 1892
.
2479
Albert J. Christianson
April 1, 1892
.
2480
Harry Sylvester
April 1, 1892
.
2481
H. E. Biron
April 1, 1892
.
2482
Andrew Ncikelson
April 2, 1892
.
2483
Thomas Anderson
April 2, 1892
.
2484
Frits A. Fritson
April 2, 1892
.
2485
Johann Kolberg
April 2, 1892
.
2486
Johannes Kaufmann (Kaufman)
April 2, 1892


.
2487
Andrew Westergord
April 2, 1892
.
2488
John H. Johnson
April 2, 1892
.
2489
Andrew Hansen
April 2, 1892
.
2490
Christ Hansen
April 2, 1892
.
2491
James Paulson
April 2, 1892
.
2492
Louis Peter Larson
April 4, 1892
.
2493
Edward Cheffings
April 4, 1892
.
2494
Niels Peter Nielson
April 4, 1892
.
2495
Michael Theodor Justesen
April 4, 1892
.
2496
Albert Jeske
April 11, 1892
.
2497
Andrus J. Severson
April 27, 1892
.
2498
Hans W. Outzen
May 25, 1892
.
2499
John Marketon
July 21, 1892
.
2500
George Mikulla
July 25, 1892
.
2501
Ignas Sura
July 25, 1892
















































































Naturalization  for U.S. Citizenship Main Page

December

NEW

 Researched, transcribed and contributed by:
Ellen Burmeister

Low Valley School Page

Built in 1895
Located four miles north of Lena on Highway 141
and three miles west on County Trunk M.

From 1919-1920 my grandmother taught at the Low Valley School under 
her maiden name, Mary Agnes Barber. The picture is one she 
took of the school at that time. She also saved an article which 
appeared in one of the Oconto papers around 1953 or 1954. 

First Teacher Taught 58 Children for $40 Per Month at Low Valley

Historic Oconto County Schools Photo Page 

An on-going project, with your help.

December
NEW

Descendant of Muriel Marina Grunert and her parents Hattie Cummings and Louis H. Grunert: Frank Gwartney

CUMMINGS - BUTLER- GRUNERT

Family and Biography Main Page

December
NEW

Historic County Churches

contributed by:Jill Gondeck

St. Anthony's Catholic Church
Oconto Falls

A photo of the old brick church building has been added. It no longer stands.

Historic Church Photographs and Histories

December

NEW
Memoirs

Pioneer Life In Wisconsin  -

Written in 1875 by Oconto Falls Pioneer John Volk for the Oconto County Reporter
 Transcribed and contributed by descendant:
  Gayle Volk

These are the memories and thoughts of John Volk regarding the journey that took him, and eventually his family, through the wilderness of Wisconsin to what is now Oconto Falls, beginning in the winter of 1842. He writes in detail of the hardships encounters and great efforts made during several travels to settle the land and build the mill. Folllow his footsteps on the map. Writing this journal over 30 years later, Mr. Volk offers his beliefs of those pioneer times.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

For another story written about the Volk family please click on:
THE  VOLK FAMILY OF OCONTO FALLS - Written by Mrs. Becker in 1893

Memoirs Main Page 


December

NEW
Additions

Flash from the Past
Individual and Family Events
Reported in the Newspaper
 
May 21 & 28, 1914

Researched and contributed by: Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

1914 News

FLASH FROM THE PAST HOME PAGE

December

NEW
MARRIAGES
Reported in the Newspaper 

 
May 21 & 28, 1914

Researched and contributed by: Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

Researched  by Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by Maxine Nichols

1914 Marriages in the News

NEWSPAPER REPORTS OF OLD OCONTO COUNTY MARRIAGES - Main Page

December
NEW

DEATHS
Reported in the Newspaper 

 
May 21 & 28, 1914

Researched and contributed by: Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

1914 Newspaper Deaths

Newspaper Records of old Oconto County Deaths

 

NOVEMBER  2009 

November

ADDITION

Historic School

A few highlights from the history of Jefferson School on Second Street  in Oconto. (There were 3 buildings over the years).

The 4th grade class of 1950-51 and 6th grade class of 1952-53 from Jefferson School

Photographs and information
contributed by: Lee Rockwell

Oconto County, Wisconsin

Jefferson School Page

Historic Oconto County Schools Photo Page
An on-going project, with your help.

November

ADDITION

Historic School

Happy Finding!
Previously unidentified teacher Margaret Kadlec is recognized by her grandaughter on a very early school photograph of  Kadlec School contributed  a while back by
Bill Fonferek

Information contributed by: Patricia Peterson

Oconto County, Wisconsin

Kadlec School Page

Historic Oconto County Schools Photo Page
An on-going project, with your help.

November

ADDITION

Historic School

Photographs and information
contributed by: Jean Grosse

A full exterior photograph of the Goldfield School building and one of nearby old Tom Post Mercantile building would be greatly appreciated!

Goldfield School was on Tom Post Road in town of Brazeau. These 4 student body photographs range from the early 1900's to the late 1950's. Enjoy!

Oconto County, Wisconsin

Goldfield School Page

Historic Oconto County Schools Photo Page
An on-going project, with your help.

November

ADDITION

Williamsonville, Wisconsin, was a mill settlement named after the Williamson Family who owned and ran the operation. The massive Peshtigo Fire on the night of October 8, 1871 left only a few survivors of the many workers and their families living there. These survivors had taken refuge in a well, and not all made it. Thomas Williamson reported many of the deaths in 1871 and these have been researched and contributed by  Janet McNeil.

PESHTIGO FIRE DEATHS

My Great Great Grandfather, John F. Hoell, played in a band and brought is instrument into the river with him. He lost everything else. (contributed by:  F. Cross)

PESHTIGO FIRE SURVIVORS

1871 Peshtigo Fire Home Page

November
NEW
Additions

Flash from the Past
Individual and Family Events
Reported in the Newspaper
 
July 24, 1913

Researched and contributed by: Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

1913 News

FLASH FROM THE PAST HOME PAGE

November

NEW
MARRIAGES
Reported in the Newspaper
 
July 24, 1913

Researched and contributed by: Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

Researched  by Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by Maxine Nichols

1913 Marriages in the News

NEWSPAPER REPORTS OF OLD OCONTO COUNTY MARRIAGES - Main Page

November
NEW

DEATHS
Reported in the Newspaper
 
July 24, 1913

Researched and contributed by: Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

1913 Newspaper Deaths

Newspaper Records of old Oconto County Deaths

 

OCTOBER  2009 

October

NEW
Additions

Flash from the Past
Individual and Family Events
Reported in the Newspaper
 
August 8, 1914

Researched and contributed by: Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

1913 News

FLASH FROM THE PAST HOME PAGE

October

NEW
MARRIAGES
Reported in the Newspaper
 
August 8, 1914

Researched and contributed by: Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

Researched  by Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by Maxine Nichols

1914 Marriages in the News

NEWSPAPER REPORTS OF OLD OCONTO COUNTY MARRIAGES - Main Page

October
NEW

DEATHS
Reported in the Newspaper
 August 8, 1914

Researched and contributed by: Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

1914 Newspaper Deaths

Newspaper Records of old Oconto County Deaths

 

October
ADDITIONS

Cemetery Gravestone Photographs and Transcriptions

Oconto Catholic Cemetery

Transcription and image contributed by descendant: AnnEllen Barr

Catherine Barnes Russell

I have a lovely photograph of my gr-grandmother’s cemetery marker in the Catholic Cemetery in Oconto. She was born Catherine Barnes 19 Dec 1843 in Ottawa, Canada. Married Peter Paul Russell 31 May 1863 in Ottawa, Canada, and migrated to Oconto immediately after. She died 06 April 1889 in Oconto, WI.

Many thanks for all her hard work
 Image contributed by:
 Pat Drees

Harmony Cemetery

- town of Grover, Marinette County (in Oconto County until 1880)

- Graves of those who had survived the Peshtigo Fire of 1871, many more grave stone images of families directly related to generations of descendants found in Oconto County in later years, including today.

Surnames on photographs that are added:

Alexander, Beasley, Behnke, Behrendt, Bintz, Nookow, Bruska, Brye, Buege, Bundy, Cherry, Crozier, Danielson, Drewery, Dulak, Ferguson, Frievalt, Grenier, Grosse, Hanneman, Hansen, Heckman, Johnston, Kamps, Kelly, Kempky, King, Koepsell, Larson, Limberg, Lipe, Luckhart, Lundeen, Maedke, 


, McMonagle, McPherson, Miller, Mueller, Nasgovitz, Nelson, Newton, Nickerson, Nicklaus, Nosgovitz, Olson, Ott, Piontkowski, Platt, Polzin, Potter, Ramsey, Reines, Rhode, Salewski, Schaut, Schounard, Semrau, Smith, Stacy, Tackmier, Tobison, Uhl, Voelker, Walters, Williams, Wolverton, Wright, Zeitler.

  - Gravestone Transcriptions and Photographs - in progress.

Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions and Photographs Main Page

SEPTEMBER  2009 

The Computer Hard Drive is failing! I must back everything up and take the old girl in for updates, repairs and new equipment instillation. Then I can reinstall all the programs and load everything back onto the new Drive and get back to work on the site. Keep your fingers crossed for my success and please be patient.
I'm no computer wizard.

Thanks, Rita

AUGUST  2009 

August
ADDITION

Historic School

contributed by: Don Ponsegreu

Names have been added to the Breed Central School students (c: 1935) photograph.

Oconto County, Wisconsin

Breed School Page

Historic Oconto County Schools Photo Page
An on-going project, with your help.

August
NEW 

Descendant contact   Owen Reinhart Birr

August Henry Birr was the first of his family to immigrate to Wisconsin in 1870 from Stolpt, Pommern (now part of Germany). He was followed by his parents and siblings starting two years later after he earned enough money to help them make the journey. He married Margaret Hammel and they settled in Oconto County where they raised their family. It was not until they were courting in  1874 that they found out they had been on the same ship crossing the Atlantic and had not met. This family page focuses primarily on the August and Margaret Hammel Birr lineage.

August Henry Birr and Family

The childhood memories of their daughter, Mary Birr, a teacher in Oconto County.

THE  AUGUST BIRR STORY - Written by Lucile Ruth Helen Birr Getke

Family and Biography Main Page

August
NEW

Oconto County, Wisconsin

Petitions for Naturalization - Volume 14 

Volume 14 #2078 - 2301 and 2558

2178
Ropden Calden
November 2, 1888
.
2179
Ferdinant Topel
 November 2, 1888
.
2180
Albert Topel
November 2, 1888
.
2181
John Hearld
November 3, 1888
.
2182
Albert C. Karazon
November 3, 1888
.
2183
Cusse Florent
 November 3, 1888
.
2184
John Warz
November 5, 1888
.
2185
John Schlorff
November 5, 1888
.
2186
William Salwester
November 5, 1888
.
2187
Charles Hildebrand
 November 5, 1888
.
2188
Fred Foss
November 5, 1888
.
2189
Fred Lambreht
November 5, 1888
 
.
2190
Jan (John) Schas (Schlas)
November 5, 1888
.
2191
John McGinnis
 November 5, 1888
.
2192
Fred Sagenar
November 5, 1888
.
2193
Johan (John) Hellmann (Kellmann)
November 5, 1888
.
2194
Ferdinand Kennin
November 5, 1888
.
2195
Wilhelm Kukhoefer
 November 5, 1888
.
2196
William Falk
November 5, 1888
.
2197
John Bohl
November 5, 1888
.
2198
Johan (John) Peters
November 5, 1888
.
2199
Albert Legelbarth
 November 5, 1888
.
2200
Ferdinand Elsmke
November 5, 1888
.
2201
Peter Moe
November 5, 1888
 
.
2202
Luke Walsh (Sr,)
November 6, 1888
.
2203
Fred Modrow
November 6,  1888
.
2204
Hermann Wath
November 6, 1888
.
2205
John Brimsade (Brimsacle)
March 21, 1889
.
2206
Joseph Sylvester
March 21, 1889
.
2207
Loren Iversen
 March 25, 1889
.
2208
Amos Wilton
March 26, 1889
.
2209
Loren (Sorn) Hansen Brock
March 27, 1889
.
2210
Nels Johnsen (Johnson)
March 27, 1889
.
2211
Partick Parker
 March 28, 1889
.
2212
John Parker
March 28, 1889
.
2213
Herman Rusch
March 29, 1889
.
2214
Robert Rusch
March 29, 1889
.
2215
Thomas Lique
 March 29, 1889
.
2216
C. Williams
March 29, 1889
.
2217
James McFarlane
March 30, 1889
.
2218
John Jimms
April 1, 1889
.
2219
Otto Bitters
 April 1, 1889
.
2220
Charles Stonhaus
April 1, 1889
.
2221
James Duncan
April 1, 1889
.
2222
Angus McLean
April 1, 1889
.
2223
John Miller
 April 1, 1889
.
2224
Mik Ausknow
April 1, 1889
.
2225
Thomas G. Bolster
April 1, 1889
 
.
2226
Alphonse Mercier
April 1, 1889
.
2227
Frederick Fuhlendorff
 April 1, 1889
.
2228
Paul Werth
April 1, 1889
.
2229
Wilhelm Frieze
April 12, 1889
 
.
2230
Johan (John) Wulf
April 1, 1889
.
2231
Wilhelm Lambrecht
 April 1, 1889
.
2232
Tim Moynihan
April 1, 1889
.
2233
All Sliger
April 1, 1889 
.
2234
A. F. Lusk
April 1, 1889
.
2235
Rayne Baniot
 April 1, 1889
.
2236
Dan McQueen
April 1, 1889
.
2237
Dennis Hickey
April 2, 1889
.
2238
Carrise Lupiere
April 2, 1889
.
2239
Peter St. Louis
 April 2, 1889
.
2240
John Dichene
April 2, 1889
.
2241
Ole Carolius Petersen
April 2, 1889
.
2242
Ole Gabrielsen
April 2, 1889
.
2243
Nils Olsen
 April 2, 1889
.
2244
Alex Ausknow
April 2, 1889
.
2245
John Leoviolitte (Leviolitte)
April 2, 1889
.
2246
Robert Goodfellow
April 2, 1889
.
2247
Paul  Parise
 April 2, 1889
.
2248
George Morrow
April 2, 1889
.
2249
Nicholas Devereux
April 2, 1889
.
2250
Vaclar Nejdl
April 2, 1889
.
2251
Charles Ganto
 April 2, 1889
.
2252
Joseph Kumhala
April 2, 1889
.
2253
Herman Wetzel
April 3, 1889
.
2254
Wilhelm Schoesson
April 4, 1889
.
2255
Robert Hintz
 April 9, 1889
.
2256
Peter Stewart
April 13, 1889
.
2257
Claus Johnsonn
May 10, 1889
.
2258
John Johnson
June 10, 1889
.
2259
Joseph McCloskey
 August 20, 1889
.
2260
Nickolas Gemuenden
September 23, 1889
.
2261
Fred Westphal
September 25, 1889
.
2262
no card
.
2263
no card
.
2264
no card
.
2265
no card
.
2266
Fred Nielson
March 22, 1890
.
2267
Peter Johnson
 March 22, 1890
.
2268
Ernst Hanstchal
March 24, 1890
.
2269
P. Theo. Meeuwsen
March 25, 1890
.
2270
Herman Kasten
March 25, 1890
.
2271
Rudolf Viestens
 March 25,1890
.
2272
Joseph Marcotte
March 25, 1890
.
2273
Victor Brazeau
March 25, 1890
.
2274
Charles Vogel
March 26, 1890
.
2275
Hans Olsen
 March 26, 1890
.
2276
Arthur J. Garrison
March 26, 1890
.
2277
Davis Laughlin
March 31, 1890
.
2282
Thomas St. Peter
April 1, 1890
.
2283
Minnie Johnson
 April 3, 1890
.
2284
Burt Nielsen
April 7, 1890
.
2285
Andrew Fredericksen
April 7, 1890
.
2286
George Cheffing
April 19, 1890
.
2287
Eloi Champagne
 April 22, 1890
.
 2288
Jerome (Jean)
Schneider
April 30, 1890
.
2289
Peter Lundquest
May 6, 1890
.
2290
Joseph Pech
May 12, 1890
.
2291
Willym Szmnea
 May 12, 1890
.
2292
Nicholas De Keuster
June 4, 1890
.
2293
Charles A. Schmolinsky
July 9, 1890
.
2294
Johannes Andersen
August 8, 1890
.
2295
Claus Petersen
 August 8, 1890
.
2296
Franciscus Stanislaus Wanel
August 11, 1890
.
2297
Antonius Paulus Wisniewski
August 11, 1890
.
2298
Raphael Leon Dominikonski
August 11, 1890
.
2299
Leonardus Josephus Olejniczak
 August 1, 1890
.
2300
Peter Wozniak
August 11, 1890
.
2301
Mary Durand (Duraind)
September 2, 1890
.
2558
John Johnson
October 20, 1892

Naturalization  for U.S. Citizenship Main Page

August
Additions

Cemetery Gravestone Photographs and Transcriptions

Many thanks for all their hard work
Images and transcriptions contributed by:

Jason and Janny

Harmony Cemetery

- town of Grover, Marinette County (in Oconto County until 1880)

- Monuments to those lost in the Peshtigo Fire of 1871, many more grave stone images of families directly related to generations of descendants found in Oconto County in later years, including today.

  - Gravestone Transcriptions and Photographs - in progress.

Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions and Photographs Main Page

August
NEW 

Descendant contact:   Lynne Lucas Robison

Bigelow Family

Family and Biography Main Page

JULY  2009 

July
ADDITION

The authors of this book explain that, unfortunately, not all records were made available to them at the time of their initial research. If you can not find a Wisconsin serviceman lost in the American War (1861-1865) please contact site coordinator RITA to have them included.

Wisconsin Losses In The Civil War
Published by the State
Democrat Printing Company, State Printer
1915
Transcribed and posted by:
RITA

Losses - Infantry Regiments
Thirtysixth

Additions not found in the original book:

Henry John Hoyt - entered service Feb. 29, 1864. Enlisted into company K, Thirty sixth Wisconsin Infantry from Naples, Wisconsin (rural Mondovi).  He was wounded & taken prisoner June 18, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. He died in an uprising at Salisbury Prison, NC, leaving a wife and 6 children. The body never returned, and we cannot find his burial site.  LaVonne Garin

Table of Contents

July
NEW 
Researched and contributed by descendant; Sharie Merline

 MERLINE - MOHRLEIN Family

Family and Biography Main Page


July
ADDITIONS

Contributed by descendants: Faye

A treat to see, for everyone.

Many more very old, a very high quality, photographs of ancestors and old Breed have been added, and you can click on each one to see the full size view with all the tiny details.

Also, new information on Kuehl, Huss, Zieganhagan and many other related families.

 KUEHL Family of Breed

Family and Biography Main Page

July
NEW 

Women Who Shaped Oconto County History 

 Biographies and photographs of the women, from all walks of life,

whose lives left a timeless mark on the history 

and the people of early Oconto County. 

BLANCHE TIELKE BROETZMAN

Women of Early Oconto County



July
NEW 

Two views of old Mosling buildings

Mosling Photo Page
 

Historic Towns and Villages Page

July
NEW 

There were several Hartman family groups and individuals living in Oconto County from the 1880's on. Your help is needed to "fill in the blanks" and add to their histories. Please contact site coordinator: Project and Web Site Coordinator - RITA

HARTMAN People of Oconto, Wisconsin

Family and Biography Main Page


July
NEW 

Historic School

contributed by:
Laurie J. Wieber-Martins

Knowles School - town of Abrams

Oconto County, Wisconsin

Knowles School Page

Historic Oconto County Schools Photo Page
An on-going project, with your help.


 

JUNE  2009 

June
ADDITION

Cemetery Gravestone Photographs
An ongoing project - with your help.

Photographed and contributed by:
Pat Drees

Brookside Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions  A - B

Bartels - Beatrice, Allan, Lloyd, Beverly

The following cemeteries were in Oconto County until 1880. They are now in Marinette County, Wisconsin. These are included to help family researchers with confusing early records of residents' and descendants' burials.

Bakeman-Grover Gravestone Transcriptions & Photographs

Bartels - Harvey, Christian

Brightman - Lizzie, Minnie, Charles

Hartwig - Christ, Minnie,

Hertwig - Theo., Kath.

Crivitz Gravestone Transcriptions & Photographs

Dixon - Anna, John

Glish - Phillip S., Theo., Frances E., Walter S., Mary

Hartwig - Christ F., Margaret, Flora (nee Sievert), Herman, Ruby

Price - Adam, Elizabeth

Schmidt - Christina, Otto

Schultz - John J. & Kunigunda, Hedwig & Friederick, Albert J. & Doris M.

Forest Home Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions & Photographs

Bakeman - First name unreadable (death years 1912 and 1896), Jesse

Bartels - Christian, Shirley & Ernest,

Braun - Otto & Bernice

Brown - Nellie (nee Wright),  Francis A., 

Hartwig- Lawrence Wm.

Nelson - Niels & Sophia

Peth - Hedwig & Otto

Schacht - Alfred L., August E.,  Augusta, Johanna, Edwin, August, Otto

Schmidt - Augusta, Einar C., John, William P., Karen Marie

Schultz - Alvina & John

Wagner - Ida & Joseph

Glenwood Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions & Photographs

Behling - Harold W., Evelyn M.

Dohl - Charles P., Evelyn

Hartwig- Louis A.

Nelson - Niels & Sophia

Larson - Charles & Alma, Robert C., Robert P.

Schacht - Gertrude, Paul

Schultz - Carl E. & Anna

Grover Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions & Photographs

Behling - Harold w., Evelyn M.

Dohl - Charles P., Evelyn

Hartwig - Louis A.

Unknown - 3 footstones

St John Cemetery - Grover - Gravestone Transcriptions & Photographs

Braun - Henry, Mathilda,Richard

Hartwig - Bertha, Henry, Arthur

..............................

Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions and Photographs Main Page

June
NEW

Oconto County, Wisconsin

Petitions for Naturalization - Volume 14 
Partial

Volume 14 #2000 - 2077

.
2000
Anton Finger
January 24, 1887
.
2002
Alexis Joseph Demeny
March 5, 1887
 
.
2002
Frank Hartmann
Spril 1, 1887
.
2003
August Johnson
April 4, 1887
.
2004
John Johnson (Johnsen)
April 4, 1887
.
2005
Wilhelm Peth
April 5, 1887
 
.
2006
August Bittner
April 5, 1887
.
2007
Richard Doyle
April 5, 1887
.
2008
Frank Burns (Byrns)
April 5, 1887
.
2009
Keady J. Murray
April 5, 1887

.
2010
Feard Hintz
April 5, 1887
.
2011
Robert Archibald
April 5, 1887
.
2012
Thomas Sulliovan
April 5, 1887
.
2013
Frank Poradek
April 5, 1887

.
2014
James Valecka
April 5, 1887
.
2015
Joseph Depeau
April 5, 1887
.
2016
Joseph Kolander
April 18, 1887
.
2017
Paul Hichke
April 30, 1887
 
.
2018
Thos. Goodman
June 30, 1887
.
2019
R. W. Goodwin
June 30, 1887
.
2020
Martin Wahl
August 23, 1887
.
2021
Walienty Teresinski
September 1, 1887

.
2022
Joseph Hintz
September 5, 1887
.
2023
John Byrne
September 19, 1887
.
2024
Niels Pederson (Pedersen)
October 7, 1887
.
2025
Zephir Petit
October 20, 1887
.
2026
Theodor Stern
November 15, 1887
.
2027
George William Clayton
December 20, 1887
.
2028
Willie Tiegs
March 14, 1888
.
2029
John Holmberg
March 16, 188
.
2030
Carl Kleist
March 17, 1888
.
2031
George H. Laughlin
March 23, 1888
.
2032
John Johnson
March 26, 1888
.
2033
Nels Clausen
March 27, 1888
 
..
2034
Christian Martinus Lund
March 27, 1888
.
2035
Anton Pedersen
March 27, 1888

.

.
2036
Ole Nelsen (Nelson)
March 28, 1888
.
2037
Henry Aubert
March 28, 1888

.
2038
Eugene Benel
March 28, 1888
.
2039
Charles Garnier
March 28, 1888
.
2040
Romain Waymel
March 28, 1888
.
2041
Odilon Desreumaux
March 28, 1888
.
2042
August Konitzer
March 28, 1888
.
2043
Louis Garnier
March 28, 1888
.
2044
Martin Prochnow
March 29, 1888
.
2045
Henry Heugeich
March 29, 1888
.
2046
Jean Baptist Louis Kinziger
March 29, 1888
.
2047
Nicolas Marchal
March 29, 1888
.
2048
Alber Krenager
March 29, 1888
.
2049
James K. McFarlane
March 30, 1888
.
2050
John Peter Neren Larsen
March 30, 1888
.
2051
William White
March 30, 1888
.
2052
William Murray
March 30, 1888
.
2053
William Robison
March 30, 1888
.
2054
Peter Nerenhausen
March 30, 1888
.
2055
Jule Baudheim
March 30, 1888
.
2056
August Bergemann
March 30, 1888
.
2057
Carl Zillmann
March 30, 1888
.
2058
William Zimmermann
March 30, 1888
.
2059
William Ford
March 31, 1888
.
2060
John Flochstrass
March 31, 1888
.
2061
Franz Otto
March 31, 1888
.
2062
John J. Duncan
March 31, 1888
.
2063
William Doyle
March 31, 1888
.
2064
William Archibald
March 31, 1888
.
2063
William, Morton
March 31, 1888
.
2066
Alexander McLean
March 31, 1888
.
2067
Charles Werth
March 31, 1888
.
2068
Martin O'Donell
March 31, 1888
.
2069
George van der Linden
April 2, 1888
.
2070
Henry Trotz
April 2, 1888
.
2071
Herman Fricke (Frieke)
April 20, 1888
.
2072
Carl Jahnke
April 2, 1888
.
2073
Albert Volz
April 2, 1888

Naturalization  for U.S. Citizenship Main Page

June
NEW

Researched and contributed in part by descendant: Fran
Additional family contributors: Darlene Pritchard Baker, Helen Ronke
General History - Rita

Christian homesteaded land and was raising a family in Peshtigo, Oconto County, Wisconsin (now Marinette County since 1880) at the time of the 1871 Peshtigo Firestorm. The entire family history is still being researched. Below is what has been pieced together so far.

 Christian KAPPUS family 

Family and Biography Main Page

June
ADDITION

More Survivors of the Peshtigo Fire of 1871

Delano, Edgar (36) , wife Carra (28), sons Clarence (6), Bert (Egbert, 5) and Harry (1). (Edgar had been an early Couillardville, Oconto County, settler at age 14. He served in the Civil War and returned to homestead near the Couillardville bridge where he and his family fled to the Oconto River during the firestorm. Please click on Fire Survivor Report   for the whole story.


Delano, Elizabeth - 
survivor - Elizabeth Delano (my great grandmother), who after marriage in Peshtigo on June 8, 1883, was known as Mrs. Charles Spiering.  Her younger sister Nellie, an infant at the time, was adopted by the Duntons of Oconto, and took their name. She also had a brother, Danville, who had moved to Pineville, North Dakota by 1932 Descendant: Susanne Van Dyk

THE SURVIVORS

FIRE DEATHS

1871 Peshtigo Fire Home Page

June
ADDITION

Contributed by descendant; Faye

A lovely wedding photograph of the December 12, 1900,  Emma Ziegenhagen and August Kuehl Wedding has been added!

 KUEHL Family of Breed

Family and Biography Main Page

June

UPDATE

Submitted by Pat Conley

Many more photographs of the Gilligan and Yance families, as second generation Kelly family photographs, really show the early days in Maple Valley and Spruce, Oconto County. Come see!
 
Patrick KELLY and Family

Family and Biography Main Page


 

MAY  2009 

May

UPDATE

Submitted by Pat Conley

With new ancestor photos and information of the Kelly family of Hickory Corners. Photographs of the Gilligan and Yance Families as second generation photographs really showing the early days in Oconto County.
 
Patrick KELLY and Family

Family and Biography Main Page

May
NEW

Obituaries

contributed by: Lee Bruschke-Johnson 

Old families from early Peshtigo (Oconto County until 1880, now Marinette County) and their descendants are brought to us all the way from the Netherlands by the family research ggenealogist living there. Catherine Kehoe and her husband survived the Peshtigo Fire of 1871.


Catherine Dolan KEHOE

Edward F KEHOE

George KEHOE

Rene Durocher BARTELS

George CAMPBELL

Obituary Main Page

May
NEW

Contributed by descendant: Carl Bennett

Franklin Olive came from Canada and fought as a volunteer for years in the Civil War. 
He compares that experience with one night 6 years later during the Peshtigo Fire.

 Frank Olive and His Family At Peshtigo

THE SURVIVORS

FIRE DEATHS

1871 Peshtigo Fire Home Page


 

APRIL  2009 

April
NEW

transcribed by: RITA

"Wisconsin Losses In The Civil War"  

All listed deaths by Disease, Wounds, during Battle, Missing In Action and Accident.

Published in 1911 & 1915 
by the State Press 
to mark the 50th Anniversary of the war's beginning and end. (1861 - 1865).

Table of Contents

April
NEW

Historic County Churches

contributed by:Tina

First French Presbyterian Church
1887
Town of Little River, Wisconsin

Photos and document of the church in it's prime; abandoned and derelect in 1995 and beautifully restored.

First French Presbyterian Church

Historic Church Photographs and Histories


April
ADDITIONS and UPDATES

Researched and contributed by descendant: Glenda Breslin

William I. Pope has been added to the stories of American Civil War (1861 - 1865) Veterans who lived in Oconto County, Wisconsin at some point in their lives; before or after the war.

Stories of American Civil War Veterans living in Oconto County

&

Daniel O'KEEF Family 

Daniel O'Keef Sr. was born in 1816, Toulart, County Meath, Ireland. He died September 13, 1881, in Oconto Wisconsin. The family is followed through marriages, children, deaths and migrations.

Family and Biography Main Page

April
NEW

Memoirs:

My Dad  

(Walter W. Smith) 

Written in 1938 from a personal interview of the well remembered Gillett resident; 

with the wedding photograph of Ruth Heald Smith and Walter W Smith, parents of the Author, Betty Smith Erickson 

Written by Betty Smith Erickson and contributed by:  Nancy Smith

Memoirs Main Page 

April
NEW

Obituaries

contributed by: Dawn 

Albert UECKER

Emma Giese UECKER

Otto W. UECKER

Dorothy L. Meyer ZEITLER

Obituary Main Page

April
NEW

Cemetery Gravestone Photographs and Transcriptions

Transcription and image contributed by descendant:
Linda Norton

Evergreen Cemetery Oconto A-H

Roy Lawrence & Laura May (Exferd) Colson

Frederick Otto & Margaret Josephine (Bailey) Clausen

Anna Marie Clausen

Emma Clausen

Frederick Clausen

Henry L. Clausen

Kenneth George "Red" Clausen

Charles Hemry Helmer

Frances ( Margaret Tennyson) Helmer

Evergreen Cemetery Oconto I-P

Aurthur J. & Hattie A. (Colson) LeMay

Little Suamico Cemetery - Riverside

Addie (Adelainde Desjeons) Bedore

James Bedore

John Bedore

Oconto Catholic Cemetery

George Ruben & Gertrude Marie (Colson Sconert) Barribeau

Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions and Photographs Main Page

MARCH  2009
 

March
NEW

Photographs and transcriptions by:
 
Pat Drees

These old stones are of early Oconto County residents, including survivors of the 1871 Peshtigo Fire. After 1880 the cemetery has been in Marinette County.

THE PESHTIGO FIRE CEMETERY

or

Riverside Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions A

Thomas Arthur

Riverside Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions D

Mary Drees, Hillary Drees

Riverside Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions M

Mary McNulty

Riverside Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions P

Mary Phelan, John Phelan, son John Phelan, Loretta Margaret Price, Margaret Price

Riverside Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions S

George Schmidt (son of J & A E Schmidt)

Riverside Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions U - V

Mary Vanidestina,  Child of J & M Vanidestine

~~~~~

Riverside Cemetery - Peshtigo, Wisconsin

~~~~~

Oconto Catholic Cemetery


Edward J. Davis

Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions and Photographs Main Page

March
NEW

with Photographs contributed by: Pat Drees

 These families crossed the Atlantic Ocean in the 1850's, to settle in the "new world", and found themselves faced with almost certain death in the 1871 Great Peshtigo Fire. Find out who survived and where life took them in these family descendancy charts.

BARTELS Family

Henry DREES Family

Family and Biography Main Page

1871 Peshtigo Fire Home Page

March
NEW

Cemetery Gravestone Photographs and Transcriptions

St. Michael Cemetery

Margaret (nee: Miller/Mueller) Otradovec

Anton Otradovec

Joseph Philippi

Barbara (nee: Weber) Philippi

Minnie (nee: Neuwisen) Philippi

Mary (nee: Simon) Prinz

Adam Prinz

Christina (nee: Brust) Miller/Mueller Philippi

Matthias Philippi

Oliver J. Holl

Isadore Joseph Holl

Doris & Fred Holl & Peter Holl (son)

Anna (nee: Anna Christina Philippi) & Joseph C. Holl

Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions and Photographs Main Page

March
NEW

Cemetery Gravestone Photographs and Transcriptions

Transcription and image contributed by descendant:
Linda Norton

Evergreen Cemetery Oconto A-H

J.D. & Martha Colson

Wallace S. Colson

Evergreen Cemetery Oconto I-P

Oscar Lade

Evergreen Cemetery Oconto Q-Z

Elizabeth Upton Rider Whiting

Jacob Bernard Whiting (1809 - 1875 )

Susan Bassett Couilliard Whiting

Addie E. Colson Whiting

James A. Whiting

David E. Whiting

Stiles Township Cemetery

Richard Bailey

Little Suamico Cemetery - Riverside

Ellen Bailey

Oconto Catholic Cemetery

John Charles Sconzert

Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions and Photographs Main Page

March
NEW

Researched and contributed by descendant: James Schneider

  PETTEY Family Page

PANKRATZ Family Page

GORDON Family Page

UPDATE

 ISABEL - ISABELLE Family Page

Family and Biography Main Page

March
NEW

Researched, written and contributed by: Doug Farnsworth  

There were two successful, well known men by the name George Farnsworth
 in early Oconto County, Wisconsin, history.
 
Although both came from different backgrounds,
since the ancestry of both goes back to the state of Vermont,
it is suspected, but not proven, that they were related.
This George Farnsworth was a prominent citizen of Oconto, Wi and Chicago, Il. 

George Farnsworth

Men of Early Oconto County

FEBRUARY  2009


    

February

NEW
Obituaries

contributed by: Nancy Smith

Walter W.. SMITH

~~~~~~~~~~~~~

contributed by:  Dick Labrosse

Susan LaBrosse  BENSON

Lawrence M. LaBROSSE

~~~~~~~~~~~~~

contributed by: Dawn  

Herman GIESE

Bertha Giese  HELMKE

Mildred Hinbricks  HENKEL

John E.  HENKEL

Alfred GIESE

Robert E. GIESE

William J. GIESE

Ella Giese SCHUETTPELZ

Albert UECKER Sr.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~

contributed by:Mary Wilinski 


Victor   GRACYALNY

Dorothy Wiater KROMOROWSKI

Victor KROMOROWSKI

Josephine Siedinski MACIEJOWSKI

Albert MECIKALSKI

Sylvester MECIKALSKI

Frank  WASIELEWSKI

Helen Homel  WASIELEWSKI

George  WOJKIEWICZ

Rudolf  WROBLEWSKI

Obituary Main Page

February

NEW
Additions

Flash from the Past
Individual and Family Events
Reported in the Newspaper
 October - November - December

1892 News

Researched  by Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by Maxine Nichols

FLASH FROM THE PAST HOME PAGE

February

NEW
MARRIAGES
Reported in the Newspaper
 October - November - December  
1892

Researched  by Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by Maxine Nichols

1892 Marriages in the News

NEWSPAPER REPORTS OF OLD OCONTO COUNTY MARRIAGES - Main Page

February
NEW

DEATHS
Reported in the Newspaper
 October - November - December  
1892

Researched  by Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by Maxine Nichols

1892 Newspaper Deaths

Newspaper Records of old Oconto County Deaths

 

February
NEW

BIRTHS
Reported in the Newspaper
 October - November - December 
1892

Researched  by Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by Maxine Nichols

Newspaper Birth Reports 1892

Births Main Page

February
UPDATE

Researched and contributed by descendant: James Schneider

 BELL Family Page - beginning 1826

Peter CHRISTIAN & Jane Bell

Family and Biography Main Page



VALENTINES
Old Fashion Delights

Revisit the collection of authentic Oconto County turn of the century penny postcard Valentines.
 It was a time when people sent cards of love and fondness to everyone,
just as emails are sent today!



.Victorian Valentines from Oconto County

February
ADDITIONS

 KUEHL Family of Breed

Family and Biography Main Page


JANUARY  2009


January
NEW

Oconto County, Wisconsin

Petitions for Naturalization - Volume 13 continued
Partial

Volume 13 #2500 - 2796 1/2

Naturalization  for U.S. Citizenship Main Page


January
NEW

Stitt Family of Peshtigo and the Fire -

Follow this family through 5 generations including  the killing Peshtigo Fire of 1871. 

THE SURVIVORS

DEATH BY FIRE

Mellen, George, Nellie and Baby: son born 1857, daughter born 1867 and baby born 1871, Parents were James M. Mellen and wife Anne Hopkins.  "Mr. Mellen lost two children while en route to the flat below the dam and never could find a trace of them."  Their infant, only weeks old, also died of exposure as the survivors struggled on the Peshtigo River mud flats at the village of Peshtigo. Survivors were James Sr age 41, Anna age 39, children James Jr. age 19, William age 17, Albert age 10 and Anna Jr. age 5.

Peshtigo Fire Home Page


January
NEW

Two views of old Underhill

Underhill Photo Page
 

Historic Towns and Villages Page


JANUARY
NEW

Cemetery Gravestone Photographs and Transcriptions

Images contributed by:
Jason and Janny

Riverside Cemetery - Peshtigo

 Marinette County (in Oconto County until 1880)

  - Gravestone Transcriptions and Photographs - in progress.

Riverside Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions B

 Borzych - 2

Riverside Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions E

Engler - 3

Riverside Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions F

Francour - 3

Riverside Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions G

Greenman - 1

Riverside Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions H

Hipke - 2

Riverside Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions K & L

Kern - 4

Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions and Photographs Main Page


JANUARY
NEW

1867 Oconto County Plat Map
&
 1887 Oconto County Plat Map



Composed and contributed by: Connie
of the
Oconto County Genealogy Society


JANUARY
NEW ADDITIONS

Habshar Collection

 Lena Stovewood Barn Photographs
Lena - 1933

Here are 2 examples of building.  The second one has a series of detailed photos.
The Oldest barn was log, additon 1 was stovewood construction, next was timber frame and milled lumber with fieldstone foundation.

LaPlant and Lena Stovewood Barns

Past Scenes of Oconto County Main Page



JANUARY
NEW

Unidentified Photographs

This collection includes many gorgeous studio portraits from the 1870's into the 1900's.
They are wonderful just to look at.

Maybe you can help identify them.

Krueger and Utnehmer Families

Mystery Photos - Forgotten People, Places and Times: Page 7

Contributed By:
Dorothy Buchholz

Forgotten People Main Page
An on-going project, with your help


January

NEW

A photo recently found in a Vancouver, Washington, shop.

Who were they?

Where they yours?

Find out.

Mysterious Oconto Childrens' Photograph

Family and Biography Main Page

January
NEW

Cemetery Gravestone Photographs and Transcriptions

Images contributed by:
Jason and Janny

Harmony Cemetery

- town of Grover, Marinette County (in Oconto County until 1880)

  - Gravestone Transcriptions and Photographs - in progress.

Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions and Photographs Main Page

DECEMBER  2008



 

December

A Christmas Promise Kept  


NEW

Young John Kramer and His Family Survive

The Family had started homesteading  less than a year when the Peshtigo fire struck in October 1871.  

They are now on the list of survivors

Read how they escaped and follow the genealogy of the first 3 generations.

contributed by family descendant: Jeff Redding


Peshtigo Fire Home Page

December

NEW
Additions

Flash from the Past
Individual and Family Events
Reported in the Newspaper
 July - August - September 

1892 News

Researched  by Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by Maxine Nichols

There was much socializing reported. This is particularly helpful to the family researcher in offering connections, surnames, and places of residence; especially regarding married women, who often "disappeared" from documents. 

FLASH FROM THE PAST HOME PAGE

December

NEW
MARRIAGES
Reported in the Newspaper
July - August - September   
1892

Researched  by Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by Maxine Nichols

1892 Marriages in the News

NEWSPAPER REPORTS OF OLD OCONTO COUNTY MARRIAGES - Main Page

December
NEW

DEATHS
Reported in the Newspaper
July - August - September  
1892

Researched  by Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by Maxine Nichols

1892 Newspaper Deaths

Newspaper Records of old Oconto County Deaths

 

December
NEW

BIRTHS
Reported in the Newspaper
July - August - September 
1892

Researched  by Cathe Ziereis
Transcribed by Maxine Nichols

Newspaper Birth Reports 1892

Births Main Page

 December

NEW
Cemetery Gravestone Photographs and Transcriptions
An on-going project, with your help.
Please send your cemetery photos to RITA
Your name and/or e-mail link on any contribution are optional and are always your choice.

many NEW

Photo Additions on Cemetery Page:

Transcriptions and images contributed by descendant:
 Pat Madden

Riverside Cemetery - Peshtigo 

Until 1880, Peshtigo was a part of Oconto County, Wisconsin. 
It is now in Marinette County, Wisconsin. 
The family ties remain strong to this day.

BUNDY - Raymond J., Beatrice (nee Lindberg)
CRONEWORTH - Cecile D. (nee Lindberg)
KABAT - Jeanette E. (nee Madden)
LINDBERG - August, Mathilda, John A., Clara S., Harold E., Ernest S. 
MADDEN - James T., Ruth A., Maryann, Richard J., James, Lillian (nee Scott), Susan
PERKET - Arthur, Edna (nee Lindberg)
    POWERS - Raymond, Bina (nee Madden)
SCHOUNARD - James H. Sr., Irene M. (nee Madden)
    Toren - Fred

Cemetery Gravestone Transcriptions and Photographs Main Page


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