Peninsula Genealogical Society- Door Co., WI


Some

DOOR COUNTY FOLKS

updated 9 Feb 2013


Below is a list of some Door County Folks.  They include some pioneers as well as some prominent people and their pictures.  Digital pictures of photographs were taken while at our PGS Meeting at the Door County Historical Museum on 20 Nov 2008 are linked to the respective persons and added to as we receive contributions.

 

There are also family member contributions included as descendancy (family register) or family group pages.  Our thanks to all who have shared to make this list possible.  Anyone wishing to contribute pictures of Door County Folks to be included on this list may send copies/scans of them to pengensoc@yahoo.com.

For more information on some of the photos and their information courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum please contact them at:D. C. HISTORICAL MUSEUM

-MORE DOOR CO. FOLKS CAN BE FOUND ON THESE PGS INDEXES OF BOOKS ON OUR WEBSITE: Bios-Brwn,Kew.&Door  Hist. of North. WI

 

-Index of Names of persons in each town mentioned in Martin's History of Door County-1881 in process of being created.

 

The following link is for a special webpage of UNKNOWN PHOTOS:  UNKNOWNS

 

Please be sure to check them out to see if YOUR family is included there!  -Don't forget to contact us if you know any of the people on this webpage at: pengensoc@yahoo.com


SOME DOOR COUNTY FOLKS

ADGEDENT, Mary Ann - wife of Increase CLAFLIN: First settler in Door County (1835)-courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

ALLARD, Amelia "Emily" - b. 28 Feb 1859, Bay Settlement, Brown County, WI, wife of Jacob "James" BELANGER-contributed by Kay JOHNSON

ANDERSEN/ANDERSON, Gilbert - farm in Sawyer, Town of Sturgeon Bay (now city of Sturgeon Bay-2010), Door Co. - m. Anne "Dorthea" SIMONSEN/SIMPSON - contributed by Diane CALHOUN (8 Sep 2010)

 

BALDWIN, Francis "Frank" - 1845-1924 - source: Robert BALDWIN

BELANGER, Jacob "James" - 15 Jan 1850, near Montreal, Canada - contributed by Kay JOHNSON.

BELANGER, James A. - b. 31 Jan 1880, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI - contributed by Kay JOHNSON.

BELANGER, Estella M. "Stella" - b. 23 Apr 1882, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI - contributed by Kay JOHNSON.

BELANGER, Harry - b. 5 Aug 1884, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI - contributed by Kay JOHNSON.

BELANGER, Walter Leo - b. 30 Mar 1891, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI - contributed by Kay JOHNSON.

BELANGER, Leona A. (CARMODY) (BRILL) - b. 20 Feb 1893, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI - contributed by Kay JOHNSON.

BERGSLAND, Isak - picture (and picture of back of picture with writing telling who is in the picture) of him next to the gravestone of his brother George and wife at the Town of Nasewaupee-Hainesville Cemetery - contributed by Morgan OLSEN with help from Ginny HAEN at the Door County Historical Museum.

BIRMINGHAM, Henry G. - 1862-1935-courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

CHANDLER, Albert H., D.D.S.-8 Dec 1852-Jul 1921-courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

CLAFLIN, Increase-First Settler in Door County (1835).  Also, Information regarding Increase and wife Mary Ann ADGEDENT-courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

CLAFLIN, Mary Ann (ADGEDENT) - wife of First Settler: Increase CLAFLIN-courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

CLAFLIN, Charles - husband of Rose ROBILLARD - contributed by Sue HAVEL.

CODY, Richard P. - 11 Aug 1851, Ireland -4 Mar 1908 - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

COGHLAN, Louise Mary - 1869-1946 - wife of Nathaniel C. GARLAND - from family picture 1900-1901 - Chelsea GARLAND Family Tree, Ancestry.com - 18 Aug 2010.

CORNELL, Violet G. - b. 29 Jan 1901 - daughter of George J. and Gertrude "Gertie" (EINERSON) CORNELL - George was a lighthouse keeper

CROWEL (CROWELL), Elizabeth - 1833, St. John, New Brunswick, Canada -1917;  Wife of John GARLAND whom she married in England- see GARLAND Family Page - from John WEITERMANN (Aug 2010).

DAMKOEHLER, Walter - 1853-1923, brother of Harry (1st curator of the Door County Historical Museum)  wife Sarah GILLESPIE-courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

DAMKOEHLER, Sarah (GILLESPIE) - wife of Walter DAMKOEHLER - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

DELSIPEE, Henry "Joseph" - b. 26 Nov 1830, Beuzet, Province of Namur, Belgium, Europe; d. 5 Feb 1911, Town of Gardner, Door County, WI; buried St. Joseph Cemetery, Town of Gardner, Door Co., WI -married 27 Oct 1860 Ann Joseph SACOTTE at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Bay Settlement, Town of Scott, Brown Co., WI- contributed by Sue HAVEL-see ROBILLARD Family Page (Nov 2009).

DONLAN, Francis - 1830-1904 - Farmer in Nasewaupee - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

DOMMER, Charlotta - 1839-1896 - wife of Albert WOBSER, Town of Nasewaupee, Door Co., WI.- see WOBSER FAMILY Page sources.

DREUTZER, Yngre Viking - 1857-1907 - Door County Attorney - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

EAMES, Horace F., Dr. - 1859, Quebec-Aug 1937, Egg Harbor - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

EGELAND, Gustave R. - 29 Feb 1876-Apr 1936 - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

ELLENBECKER, Theodore - b. 18 Aug 1869 - d. 3 Nov 1927, husband of Katherine STREFF. - contributed by John ELLENBECKER-(28 Oct 2010).

ELLISON/ELIASON, Randi (older) - (younger/from wedding picture) - 1858-1936, dau. of Ole ELLISON/ELIASON, wife of Knud GIGSTAD/GIGSTEAD - (wedding picture for Knut and Randi (ELIASON/ELLISON) GIGSTAD/GIGSTEAD)- see further information under Knud GIGSTAD/GIGSTEAD on this index and GIGSTAD/GIGSTEAD Family page - contributed by Jean KLANSKY (no relation) (Aug & Sep 2010).

FISH, Daniel L. - picture of Daniel and wife Caroline (LINCOLN) (MORTON) contributed by Lorie TORBECK (22 Mar 2012)

GARLAND, John - 21 May 1825, England-1888, Sturgeon Bay, married to Elizabeth CROWEL/CROWELL.  See GARLAND Family Page. - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

GARLAND, Marvel Elizabeth - 1894-1988; daughter of John and Elizabeth (CROWEL/CROWELL) GARLAND; see GARLAND Family Page. - contributed by John WEITERMANN (5 Sep 2010).

GARLAND, Nathaniel - son of John and Elizabeth (CROWELL) GARLAND - b. 1868, second set of twins born in Door Co., brother Tom - Door County Historical Museum.  Nathaniel GARLAND family picture about 1900/1901, Sturgeon Bay, "L to R: Josephine, Nathaniel, Louise, Thomas, baby Marvel. Nathaniel Jr was not born yet"-Chelsea GARLAND Family Tree, Ancestry.com, (18 Aug 2010).

GIGSTAD/GIGSTEAD, Knud (older)  (young-from wedding picture)- 1847, Norway -1918, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI - married Randi ELLISON/ELIASON ; UNKNOWN Family Picture identified via PGS Serendipity: GIGSTAD/GIGSTEAD Family picture - contributed by Jean KLANSKY (30 Jul 2010 & 11 Sep 2010)

GILLESPIE, Sarah - wife of Walter DAMKOEHLER - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum. - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

GRANDY, Henry - 1836-1923 - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

GREISEN, Charles - 1854, Germany-1933 - with daughter Eva GREISEN - wife was Mercy DUNLAP - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

GREISEN, Eva - daughter of Charles and Mercy (DUNLAP) GREISEN - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

GROTA, Hubert David, M.D. - Door County Medical Doctor 1935 to early 1970's - contributed by Lee and Mary GROTA (14 Jan 2011).   

HANSON, Katinka - 1860-1911 - wife of Martin KNUDSEN - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

HENDRICKS, Lucy - 1872-? - wife of Frederick Bertram PALMER - contributed by Sue HAVEl - 28 Oct 2010.

HENGARTNER, John - husband of Lenore Anna ROBILLARD - contributed by Sue HAVEL-29 May 2009.

HESH, Catherine - wife of Capt. Henry STANLEY - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

HITT, Chauncey Commodore - Born 23 Aug 1812, Delaware County, New York-Married Frances Elizabeth WALTER in 1837 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-settled in Clay Banks, Door Co. Wi in 1858-along with James DAVIDSON had a saw mill on Bear Creek-died 14 Nov 1874-buried at Clay Banks Cemetery.  For more information see the HITT Family Page.

HOYT, Minnie - wife of Delano KIMBER -courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

JENQUINNE, Antoine - 1833-1906 - b. Grez-Doisceau, Brabant, Belgium - d. Town of Gardner, Door, WI - married Malinda ROBILLARD, 1873 - contributed by Sue HAVEL-see JENQUINNE Family Page and ROBILLARD Family Page.

KAPPEL, Margaretha - with husband John LANGE (LONG) - courtesy of Leon "Lee" LONG, 25 Mar 2010.

KEITH, Burton James "Burt" - b. 17 Jul 1869, Guthrie, Guthrie, IA-d. 21 Sep 1949, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI: son of James Elwood Keith and Mary Eliza McKinley. Mary Tolerton Bagnall married him on 30 Jan 1893 in Maple Ridge, Delta, MI (now Rock, MI--2003) . They had 4 children. Residence of Burt and Tollie lived at 930 Oregon Street in Sturgeon Bay WI. Burial in Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI, Bayside Cem.-daughter: Grace Dorothy (KEITH) SAMUELSON,   -contributed by Ginny HAEN (21 Nov 2010)

KEITH, Grace Dorothy - 1904-1995 - b. Sturgeon Bay, d. Sturgeon Bay - wife of Stanley Gordon SAMUELSON - dau. of B. J. KEITH - author of "Reflections on Door County" - co-owner of Samuelson's Restaurant - contributed by grandson Chris ELONICH (Oct 2010)

KIMBER, Delano - 1835-1875 - with wife Minnie HOYT - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

KIMBER, Minnie (HOYT) - wife of Delano KIMBER -courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

KNUDSEN, Martin - 1850-1925 - with wife Katinka HANSON - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

KNUDSEN, Katinka (HANSON) - 1860-1911 - wife of Martin KNUDSEN - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

LAVIOLETTE, Malinda - wife of Louis ROBILLARD - submitted by Sue HAVEL-29 May 2009.

LAWRENCE, Augusta (BROOKS) - wife of William B. LAWRENCE - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

LAWRENCE, Augustus W. - with wife Emily MARSHALL - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

LAWRENCE, Ruth Emily - wife of Leroy M. WASHBURN - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

LAWRENCE, William B. - with wife Augusta BROOKS - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

LINCOLN, Caroline (LINCOLN) (MORTON) FISH - wife of Daniel FISH - picture of Daniel and Caroline contributed by Lorie TORBECK (22 Mar 2012).

LONG, John - with wife Margaretha KAPPEL - courtesy of Leon "Lee" LONG - 25 Mar 2010.

LONG, Frank - Home which became Egeland Hospital - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

MACEACHAM (MacEacham), Archibald, Dr. - 25 Dec 1833, Glascow, Scotland-21 Mar 1884, FL, buried Town of Sevastopol, Bayside Cem. - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

MARSHALL, - Sisters - daughters of Pioneer Renssalaer MARSHALL - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

MARSHALL, Emily - wife of Augustus W. LAWRENCE - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

MARSHALL, Libby - wife of Charles DICKENSON - daughter of Renssalaer MARSHALL - pictured with sisters - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

MARSHALL, Lydia - 1847-1926 - m. 1868 to Job TONG - daughter of Renssalaer MARSHALL - pictured with sisters - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

MARSHALL, Mary Ann - m. 1847 to Oliver P. GRAHAM - daughter of Renssalaer MARSHALL - pictured with sisters - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

MARSHALL, Matilda - 1823-1894 - wife of Frank SAWYER - daughter of Renssalaer MARSHALL - pictured with sisters - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

MARSHALL, Phoebe - wife of Leonard LAPLANTE -daughter of Renssalaer MARSHALL - pictured with sisters - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

McCUMBY, Samuel Thomas - 1 Aug 1856-Jul 1906 - Captain and sailor on the seven seas and Great Lakes - lived with family in Sawyer (now the West Side of Sturgeon Bay City), Town of Sturgeon Bay- contributed by Kristy McCUMBY HYLAND-Apr 2010.

MINOR, Edward S. - 1841-1924 - whose wife was Tillie GRAHAM - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.  See also Edward MINOR 1894 Bio.: Our Candidate for Congress page.

MOORE, O. R. - 1872-1942 - Photographer in Sturgeon Bay - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

MORTON, Caroline (LINCOLN) (MORTON) FISH - wife of Daniel FISH - picture of Daniel and Caroline contributed by Lorie TORBECK (22 Mar 2012)

MULLANE, Bridget (Mrs. John MULVIHILL) - b. 1835, Parish of Newcastle West, County Limerick, Ireland** (father: John MULLANE, mother: Catherine MAHONEY)** - d. May 1889, Town of Nasewaupee* - m. 1854, John MULVIHILL in Pennsylvania - eleven children*.  Came to Town of Nasewaupee with husband in 1859. See MULVIHILL/MULLANE Unknowns** . Sources: *D.C. Adv. 4 May 1889; **Emma KOLAK-21 Dec 2012.

MULLEN, John Frank, M.D. - 1848-1897 - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

MULVIHILL, John - Early settler (1859) of Town of Nasewaupee. b. 1831, Ireland** - d. 1894, Town of Nasewaupee - m. 1854, Bridget MULLANE in Pennsylvania* -eleven children*  Came to Town of Nasewaupee, Door Co., WI with wife in 1859* - buried: Town of Forestville-St. Mary Catholic/Holy Name of Mary Cemetery (New).  See MULVIHILL/MULLANE Unknowns**. Sources:* D.C. Adv. 4 May 1889; **Emma KOLAK-21 Dec 2012

NOBLE, Robert - 1837-1918 - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

NOWAK, Anna - wife of Jeremiah "Jerry" ROBILLARD - contributed by Sue HAVEL-29 May 2009.

PALMER, Frederick Bertram - 1871-1946 - husband of Lucy HENDRICKS - made the first cement sidewalks in City of Sturgeon Bay before 1920 - contributed by Myrle WELHAVEN - 28 Oct 2010

ROBILLARD, Rosalie "Rosy" - and wife of Charles CLAFLIN - daughter of Louis ROBILLARD - contributed by Sue HAVEL-29 May 2009.

ROBILLARD, Jeremiah "Jerry" - and wife Anna NOWAK - contributed by Sue HAVEL-29 May 2009.

ROBILLARD, Lenore "Anna" - and husband John HENGARTNER - contributed by Sue HAVEL-29 May 2009.

ROBILLARD, Louis - and wife Malinda LAVIOLETTE - immigrated from Canada abt 1886 to Town of Gardner from Canada- contributed by Sue HAVEL-29 May 2009.

ROBILLARD, Malinda - 1852-1934 - married (1) Antoine JENQUINNE, 1873, Town of Gardner, Door Co., WI - (2) Henry GIGOT Jr., 1919 - contributed by Sue HAVEL-see ROBILLARD Family Page.

SACOTTE, Ann Joseph - b. 10 Mar 1837, Villers-lez-Hest, Warisoulx, Province of Namur, Belgium - m. 27 Oct 1860, Holy Cross Catholic Church, Bay Settlement, Town of Scott, Brown Co., WI,  Henry Joseph DELSIPEE - d. 21 Apr 1920, Town of Gardner, Door Co., WI - buried St. Joseph Cemetery in Town of Gardner, no stone - contributed by Sue HAVEL-see ROBILLARD Family Page (Nov 2009).

SACOTTE, Frank J. - 1884-1950 - family of Frank J. SACOTTE, son of Florent François SACOTTE - contributed by Ginny HAEN-25 May 2009

SAMUELSON, Albert Samuel - 1869-1944 - son of Svend Anton SAMUELSON - husband of  Hilma Theodora "Dora" THOMPSON m. 1900 - SAMUELSON's Farm and Orchard, Town of Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., for more information see SAMUELSON Family Page - contributed by Chris ELONICH.

SAMUELSON, Stanley Gordon - grandson of Svend Anton SAMUELSON - husband of Grace (KEITH) SAMELSON - see SAMUELSON Family Page - contributed by Chris ELONICH (Oct 2010).

SAMUELSON, Svend Anton - b. 24 Jan 1825, Mitsum (farm), Christiania, Oslo, Norway-d. 15 Jan 1891, Sturgeon Bay, Door County, WI; m. Hannah CHRISTENSEN -1864 in Norway; immig. 1854; Civil War Veteran - for more information see SAMUELSON Family Page - contributed by Chris ELONICH

SIBREE, Dr. - People's Hospital of Dr. SIBREE on 818 S. Cedar now Memorial Drive in Sturgeon Bay - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

SCHOFIELD - Schofield and Co. Store in Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

SIMONSEN/SIMPSON, Anne "Dorthea" - dau. of Henry and Anna Carine SIMONSEN/SIMPSON - m. Gilbert ANDERSEN/ANDERSON - contributed by Diane CALHOUN (8 Sep 2010).

STANLEY, Henry, Capt. - 1823, Norway-1895 - and wife Catherine HESH - lighthouse keeper for Eagle Bluff and Sherwood Point - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

STONEMAN, Amelia - b. abt 1852-Wisconsin (Racine?) - Parents: John STONEMAN and Mary VIRNIE (VIRNIA) (VINIA): farmers in the Town of Forestville- Persons in photo as follows:  Standing Left to Right: William STONEMAN, Amelia STONEMAN, Luke STONEMAN, George STONEMAN, Joseph STONEMAN and John STONEMAN-Sitting Left to Right:  John STONEMAN, two unknown children, and Mary VIRNIE(VIRNIA)(VINIA).  See John STONEMAN for more info. -  picture courtesy of Ron HEILMAN- Nov 2007.  Picture was damaged and touched up Nov 2007 by Sue HOHNEKE-PGS.

STONEMAN, George - b. abt 1856 - Door Co., Wisconsin - Parents: John STONEMAN and Mary VIRNIE (VIRNIA) (VINIA): farmers in the Town of Forestville- Persons in photo as follows:  Standing Left to Right: William STONEMAN, Amelia STONEMAN, Luke STONEMAN, George STONEMAN, Joseph STONEMAN and John STONEMAN-Sitting Left to Right:  John STONEMAN, two unknown children, and Mary VIRNIE(VIRNIA)(VINIA).  See John STONEMAN for more info. -  picture courtesy of Ron HEILMAN- Nov 2007.  Picture was damaged and touched up Nov 2007 by Sue HOHNEKE-PGS.

STONEMAN, John - b. abt 1808-England, with wife Mary VIRNIE(VIRNIA)(VINIA) and family - farmer in the Town of Forestville- Persons in photo as follows:  Standing Left to Right: William STONEMAN, Amelia STONEMAN, Luke STONEMAN, George STONEMAN, Joseph STONEMAN and John STONEMAN-Sitting Left to Right:  John STONEMAN, two unknown children, and Mary VIRNIE(VIRNIA)(VINIA)  Martin's Hist. of Door County: P.46: "1855. John STONEMAN; farmer born England 1808; came to America in 1836; married Mary VINIA 1840; has seven children, one of which, Mary J. married John HENNESSY 1879-Phoebe married Newel LANGLOIS 1865; has four children, and lives in Nasewaupee township.- Luke married Ellen DAVIS 1875; has two children and lives in Nasewaupee.-George married Edith HOGAN 1879-Amelia married H. COFFERIN 1879." 1850 Fed. Census shows them living in Racine, Racine County, WI (first five children born in New York)-1860 Fed. Census shows them living in Town of Forestville, Door Co., WI. - picture courtesy of Ron HEILMAN- Nov 2007.  Picture was damaged and touched up by Sue HOHNEKE-PGS.

STONEMAN, John (Jr.) - b. abt 1859 - Door Co., Wisconsin - Parents: John STONEMAN and Mary VIRNIE (VIRNIA) (VINIA): farmers in the Town of Forestville- Persons in photo as follows:  Standing Left to Right: William STONEMAN, Amelia STONEMAN, Luke STONEMAN, George STONEMAN, Joseph STONEMAN and John STONEMAN-Sitting Left to Right:  John STONEMAN, two unknown children, and Mary VIRNIE(VIRNIA)(VINIA).  See John STONEMAN for more info. -  picture courtesy of Ron HEILMAN- Nov 2007.  Picture was damaged and touched up Nov 2007 by Sue HOHNEKE-PGS.

STONEMAN, Joseph - b. abt 1858 - Door Co., Wisconsin - Parents: John STONEMAN and Mary VIRNIE (VIRNIA) (VINIA): farmers in the Town of Forestville- Persons in photo as follows:  Standing Left to Right: William STONEMAN, Amelia STONEMAN, Luke STONEMAN, George STONEMAN, Joseph STONEMAN and John STONEMAN-Sitting Left to Right:  John STONEMAN, two unknown children, and Mary VIRNIE(VIRNIA)(VINIA).  See John STONEMAN for more info. -  picture courtesy of Ron HEILMAN- Nov 2007.  Picture was damaged and touched up Nov 2007 by Sue HOHNEKE-PGS.

STONEMAN, Luke - b. 1851-Wisconsin (Racine?) - Parents: John STONEMAN and Mary VIRNIE (VIRNIA) (VINIA): farmers in the Town of Forestville- Persons in photo as follows:  Standing Left to Right: William STONEMAN, Amelia STONEMAN, Luke STONEMAN, George STONEMAN, Joseph STONEMAN and John STONEMAN-Sitting Left to Right:  John STONEMAN, two unknown children, and Mary VIRNIE(VIRNIA)(VINIA).  See John STONEMAN for more info. -  picture courtesy of Ron HEILMAN- Nov 2007.  Picture was damaged and touched up Nov 2007 by Sue HOHNEKE-PGS.

STONEMAN, William - b. abt 1846-New York-d. 1 Sep 1964 while in the Military for Civil War (Co.E 14th Wisc. Inf.)-bur. New Albany National Cemetery, New Albany, IN 47150 Sec. B Site 1435. Parents: John STONEMAN and Mary VIRNIE (VIRNIA) (VINIA): farmers in the Town of Forestville- Persons in photo as follows:  Standing Left to Right: William STONEMAN, Amelia STONEMAN, Luke STONEMAN, George STONEMAN, Joseph STONEMAN and John STONEMAN-Sitting Left to Right:  John STONEMAN, two unknown children, and Mary VIRNIE(VIRNIA)(VINIA).  See John STONEMAN for more info. -  picture courtesy of Ron HEILMAN- Nov 2007.  Picture was damaged and touched up Nov 2007 by Sue HOHNEKE-PGS.

STREFF, Katherine "Kate" - b. 28 Jul 1871-d. 20 Oct 1955, wife of Theodore ELLENBECKER - contributed by John ELLENBECKER (28 Oct 2010).

THOMPSON, Hilma Theodora "Dora" - 1877-1958 - wife of Albert Samuel SAMUELSON -SAMUELSON Farm at Shiloh -for more information see SAMUELSON Family Page - contributed by Chris ELONICH (Oct 2010).

TUFTS, Millard - b. 10 Jun 1889, Clay Banks, Door Co., WI-d. Oct 1974, Milwaukee, WI; son of Alexander and Ellen (SHAW) TUFTS who were born in Ireland and moved to Clay Banks area landing at Horn's Pier in the early 1870's; picture taken from 1906 Sturgeon Bay High School Football Team photo contributed by Millard CHRISTIANSON on 6 Apr 2011 to the PGS (his wife Iris SCHUMACHER was niece of Millard TUFTS and the picture was sent to him by Millard TUFTS' daughter Ellen in California).

VIRNIE (VIRNIA) (VINIA), Mary - b. abt 1822 - Canada - wife of John STONEMAN - Persons in photo as follows:  Standing Left to Right: William STONEMAN, Amelia STONEMAN, Luke STONEMAN, George STONEMAN, Joseph STONEMAN and John STONEMAN-Sitting Left to Right:  John STONEMAN, two unknown children, and Mary VIRNIE(VIRNIA)(VINIA)  Martin's Hist. of Door County: P.46: "1855. John STONEMAN; farmer born England 1808; came to America in 1836; married Mary VINIA 1840; has seven children, one of which, Mary J. married John HENNESSY 1879-Phoebe married Newel LANGLOIS 1865; has four children, and lives in Nasewaupee township.- Luke married Ellen DAVIS 1875; has two children and lives in Nasewaupee.-George married Edith HOGAN 1879-Amelia married H. COFFERIN 1879." 1850 Fed. Census shows them living in Racine, Racine County, WI (first five children born in New York)-1860 Fed. Census shows them living in Town of Forestville, Door Co., WI. - picture courtesy of Ron HEILMAN- Nov 2007. Picture was damaged and touched up by Sue HOHNEKE-PGS.

VISTE, Engebret OLSEN - b. 1844, Norway- d. 1896, Kewaunee Co.-buried Town of Forestville-Forest Luth./Carnot Cemetery - wife Berit/Bertha THORRISON/TORESDATTER/THORESDATTER (b. 1848-d. 1917)

WARD, Samuel B. - b. abt 1800, New York State - d. 1870, Baileys Harbor, - first storekeeper at Baileys Harbor House - wife Miami S. JONES CARNER.

WARD, William - b. 1865, Ohio - adopted by Samuel B. WARD.

WASHBURN, Leroy M. - 1847, Maine-1939 - wife Ruth Emily LAWRENCE - courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum.

WEITERMANN, Charles Jacob - (on right side in picture of three WEITERMANN brothers)-b. 9 Feb 1856-son of Johan Friedrich and Philippine (JOST/YOST) WEITERMANN - brother of John Peter, George Christian and Charles Jacob WIETERMANN - from John WEITERMANN-see http://genealogy2.katarincic.com/displayperson.asp?id=296  (Aug 2010)

WEITERMANN, Ernest Fredrich - (in middle in picture of three WEITERMANN brothers) -b. 13 May 1866-son of Johan Friedrich and Philippine (JOST/YOST) WEITERMANN -brother of of John Peter, George and Charles Jacob WEITERMANN - from John WEITERMANN-see http://genealogy2.katarincic.com/displayperson.asp?id=296  (Aug 2010)

WEITERMANN, George Christian - (on left in picture of three WEITERMANN brothers) -b. 27 May 1869-son of Johan Friedrich and Philippine (JOST/YOST) WEITERMANN - brother of John Peter WEITERMANN, Ernest Fredrich and Charles Jacob - from John WEITERMANN-see http://genealogy2.katarincic.com/displayperson.asp?id=296  (Aug 2010)

WEITERMANN, Johan (John) Friedrich - b. 6 Jan 1829, Hardermannsgruen, Bavaria, Germany; son of Gottlieb and Henrietta (GOTTSMANN) WEIDEMANN/WEITERMANN -d. 9 Nov 1906, Jacksonport, Door Co., WI, 1st wife: Philippine Magdalena JOST/YOST (b. 25 Aug 1830, Rhine Province, Germany-d. 27 May 1869, Centerville, WI (Cleveland)-dau. of Charles and Elizabeth JOST): married 21 May 1853, Milwaukee Co., WI; 2nd wife: Elizabeth ; 1895 Bio.: "Biographical Record of the Counties Brown, Kewaunee & Door WI".-from John WEITERMANN (24 Aug 2010)-see also http://genealogy2.katarincic.com/displayperson.asp?id=296  (Aug 2010).

WEITERMANN, John Peter - b. 9 Aug 1864 in Two Rivers, WI-son of John (John) Friedrich and Philippine (JOST/YOST) WEITERMANN - brother of Charles Jacob, Ernest Fredrich and George Christian; m. Elizabeth HARTER (poor picture of their wedding) -1895 Bio.: "Biographical Record of the Counties Brown, Kewaunee & Door WI". - from John WEITERMANN-see http://genealogy2.katarincic.com/displayperson.asp?id=296  (Aug 2010)

WOBSER, Albert - 1841-1921, Pomerania, Prussia, Germany to Town of Nasewaupee, Door County, WI.  Civil War Veteran-Co. F. 45th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry. Married Charlotta DOMMER in Milwaukee, Milw., WI in 1866. - see WOBSER FAMILY Page sources.


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