Waushara County, WI. Posted Queries for
Waushara County, WI
- Surnames: Tom Singer 1902
Researcher: Myrna Singer Casey
Date Posted: 27 September 2000
I'm looking for any information on Tom Singer who lived in Hancock, WI in 1902. His father was William Singer of Ashland, OH I don't have any further information on Tom. He may of been born about 1881. Thanks for any information you may be able to lead me to.
- Surnames: Hans Ness/wife Ingeborg
Researcher: Regina Severson
Date Posted: 26 September 2000
Am searching for this couple. Have an e-mail from a helpful person, Don Ross, who shows them in the Mt. Morris Holden Cemetery. Looking for descendants of this couple, or any information about their life there. They immigrated from Norway about 1869. Regina Severson
- Surnames: Stewart, Levi Alexis or Alexis Levi Stewart
Researcher: Arlene Feest
Date Posted: 19 September 2000
Any info on LEVI ALEXIS STEWART or ALEXIS LEVI STEWERT, born 29 Oct. 1811 at N.Y. m. 31 Jan., 1833 BETSY (BRIGGS) b 28 June 1813 at Oneida Co., N.Y. d. 17 April 1889 at Princeton, Wi. CHILDREN; EMILY T., b. 1835, m. HENRY WICKS, ca. 1859: LEVI, m. 23 Sept.1866 KATIE (FISH): JOHN m 22 Nov., 1873 ANNA (PRIEVY): SARAH m.8 April 1866, ALBERT EYGABROAD. Familyived in Waushara Co. and Green Co. Wi.
- Surnames: William Collins
Researcher: Virginia borkowski
Date Posted: 18 September 2000
I am sorry to bother your county when it is the county next door that I need, but my computer won't let me go there. William Collins died Feb. 5, 1892 in Winn. Co. wis. My great-grandfather died about then and I don't know where. Any help would be great.
- Surnames: MARR
Researcher: Janet Luedtke
Date Posted: 11 September 2000
Hi I am looking for James and Rebecca MARR. James was in Marion, Waushara Co. in 1855 Census but not in 1860. Rebecca was in Marion, Waushara Co. in 1860 Census but not in 1870 Census. I have checked the Courthouse but nothing.
Thanks for your time Janet
- Surnames: German/Germond family
Researcher: Gayle Hendren
Date Posted: 24 August 2000
I am trying to locate information on Addison German (Germond) who was married to a Nancy Elvira Lee at Oasis in 1856. They lived in Plainfield as listed on the 1860 census. They had one son named Willard at that time. They later had a sons named Charles and Edwin. They moved to Minnesota sometime around the 1870's. If anyone has information on either Nancy Lee's family or Addison please email me. They were both born in New York.
- Surnames: Ness/Church Mt. Morris
Researcher: Regina Severson
Date Posted: 22 August 2000
Can anyone help me with some information. I have found a name in the Holden Cemetery that may be a lost family member. Names are Hans Olsen Ness and Ingeborg Ness. Also is this cemetery affiliated with a Lutheran Church?
I need to know what Lutheran church they may have attended in the period of 1859-1881, in the township of Mt. Morris so I may try and obtain some church records.
- Surnames: Missing Family?
Researcher: Jean Linton
Date Posted: 25 July 2000
I am looking for any info on the family of my great uncle:
John A. McArdle b: 19 dec 1889 d: 29 feb 1956 Kathering ?
Genevive (adopted dayghter) Katherine McArdle (daughter)
I know that he resided in the town of Red Granite,Waushara co, Wisconsin at the time of his death!
If anyone knows anything please e-mail me ASAP!
thank you so much,
- Surnames: Names
Researcher: Ward Malthe
Date Posted: 13 June 2000
Looking for any info on the following surnames Malthe, Billington, Belter, Fredrick & Julia Miller, Herman Miller and his fanily, Poppe, Hunt
- Surnames: KOCHNOWICZ
Date Posted: 9 June 2000
In the early 1900's, I had one or more relatives living in Redgranite. I would appreciate any information anyone might have for the surname of KOCHNOWICZ. Thank you for your time. LORACP@AOL.COM (CAROL)
- Surnames: KING
Researcher: Patricia Morehouse
Date Posted: 8 June 2000
I am looking for the Stephen King family who owned land in Waushara Co. in 1858, they came here from Ohio, and had a daughter Lydia M. King who was born in Wisconsin about this time. Stephen's wife's name was Mary. I do not know if they are buried there, and if there was any other children, has anyone come accross this name in there search? Help please.
- Surnames: Re: BOUND, SPARKS, WALKER
Researcher: Scott Walker
Date Posted: 5 June 2000
In Response To: BOUND, SPARKS, WALKER (Jan Cortez)
I am currently researching the Walker Family from Hancock, WI, Waushara County and the Town of Leola,WI, Adams County which is close by. I am looking for more information on my gg-granparents, Ansel Walker and Annie Mae (Baker) Walker. Ansel was born in 1824 and Annie was born in 1934. I am trying to find their parents' names and am coming accross dead ends everywhere. Would you by chance have any information to share pertaining to them? Thanks for your time.
- Surnames: Basinger sold to Foley in Wild Rose
Researcher: Patricia A. Neuendorf Kollman-Thompson
Date Posted: 3 June 2000
I am looking for anyone who would have information as to the prior/current owners of my grandparents home from 1960 to 1972 (sold) located (according to the closing statement) as follows: lots 57, 58 and 59 Protheore Plat Town(ship) Mt. Morris WAUSHARA COUNTY, Wild Rose. OMER BASINGER and LOUELLA PRICE BASINGER, my grandparents, both passed on in WILD ROSE in 1970. Their home had lake rights to HILL(S) LAKE and when down at the lake off to your left was a Boy Scout Camp. Their home, in 1970, when coming from Wild Rose town was located on your right hand side, corner lot, sat back on the lot and was surrounded by tall pine trees. I, also, remember a riding stable on your left hand ? side when coming from town. Anyway, their home was sold to a FRANCIS FOLEY on June 3, 1972 who was from Menominee Falls, Wisconsin. Attorney, E.E. HUMPHREY (nice man) from Wautoma handled their Estate and sale of their home. Their home was sold "as is" and may have contained personal family possessions. According to my mother, their was a trunk located on the side enclosed porch which she believes contained family photos, etc. Anyone with any info would be greatly appreciated. Maybe it was given/sold to a local antique dealer or such.
- Surnames: RE: SEARLES
Researcher: Patricia A. Neuendorf Kollman-Thompson
Date Posted: 3 June 2000
In Response To: Searles (Jerry Sehlke)
Jerry: My grandparents, OMER BASINGER and LOUELLA PRICE BASINGER lived in Wild Rose, WAUSHARA COUNTY, Wisconsin from about 1960 till their death in 1970. Their home as described on a closing statement from the sale of their home was Lots 57, 58 and 59 in Protheros Plat Township Mt. Morris, Waushara County; I just remember that their mailing address was and RR #. Anyway I do remember a family (families) by the name of SEARLES that either lived across the road or down the road going towards Hill(s) Lake. I, also, remember that the people that lived across the road either used to sell eggs and/or had a chicken farm - no, I think, it used to be a sideroad restaurant that served chicken??? I was only 9 years old, when they passed on, so I will talk to my mother and maybe get more info for you.
- Surnames: Charles (Carl) L. Heller Family
Date Posted: 16 May 2000
I am looking for any information about Charles (Carl) L. Heller and his family. What limited information I have is, Charles (Carl) L. Heller migrated from Germany to Wisconsin with other brothers and sisters. He died on 25 March 1919 in Hartland Township, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, U.S.A. I know he was married to Sophia Ladwig or Lodwig and they had four or five children.
Any help in locating more information is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Marcha
- Surnames: RE: CAREY
Researcher: Jan Egan
Date Posted: 30 April 2000
My husband had ancestors who were in Berlin, WI at one time. I have two CAREY's listed but do not know how they are related. Lawrence FINNERTY (b. 11 January 1861) married Nora CAREY in Berlin. John Jay EAGAN married Anna Laura CAREY in Berlin on the 15 February 1915. This is the extent of the info that I have on the CAREY's of Berlin.
- Surnames: Re: Location of Cem. Wild Rose
Researcher: Donna White
Date Posted: 22 March 2000
In Response To: Location of Cem. Wild Rose (Brian Staples)
Brian, I added names to both lists for cemeteries in Waushara Co. I've been there many times, as ALL of my great grandparents lived in Waushara and Portage Co. Plainfield Cemetery is on a back road, I believe the road is BB out of Plainfield towards Bancroft. West and then East. Its only about a mile out of Plainfield. The Bardwell Cemetery and the Ray cemtery are just out of Plainfield to the East. Wild Rose cemeteries are Union cemetery just to the South of Wild Rose about a mile or so. Mt. Pleasant cemetery is to the South also but not as far as Union and Oak Hill is right on the Northern edge of Wild Rose as you come in on AA. I hope this helps. If not let me know and we will see about trying to help out a different way. Donna
- Surnames: Eder Family
Researcher: Wendy Carlson
Date Posted: 17 March 2000
Looking for descendants of Otto Eder born 16 Sep 1898 in Colby, WI. Died 17 Nov 1989 in Wautoma, WI. His father was George Eder Jr. and his mother was Amanda Hecker.
- Surnames: Elmer family - Plainfield 1860 census
Researcher: Natalie Hilberg
Date Posted: 7 March 2000
I am looking for information on the Orrin(Orin) Elmer family.
Orrin Elmer b. abt. 1814 in New York dod unknown Sylva(Sylvia) A. Lewis Elmer b. abt 1820 New York dod unknown
Orrin was the local hotel keeper at the time of the census. Daugters Emma and Harriet (Hattie) were school teachers.
The family had been in Spring Prairie, Walworth County at the 1850 census.
Any information on this family would be appreciated. If anyone has a connection I would be happy to share the information I have going forward.
- Surnames: BARTEL, KELLER, ZANDER, ROELICH
Researcher: T. Vander Heyden
Date Posted: 4 March 2000
I am interested in information on decendents and ancestors of the BARTEL, KELLER, ZANDER and ROELICH Surnames. Otto BARTEL and August ZANDER lived near East Bloomfied at Metz. Joseph KELLER and Augusta ROELICH lived in Plainfield. They all lived in these locations in the late 1800's to early 1900's. Any information would be helpful!
- Surnames: Eliasen/Ellefsen/Aarhus
Researcher: Barbara Gunvaldsen
Date Posted: 25 February 2000
ANDREAS ELIASEN (born 1832: Aarhus, Gjerpen Parish, Norway) emigrated to the US in 1853. According to Norwegian records, he served in the WI army and died during the Civil War. I suspect that he is the same as Andreas (Anders) ELLEFSON of Mt. Morris who was mustered into WI 13th and served in WI 15th; died in a Confederate prison. Pvt. Elefson was single in 1861. If anyone has any word of him, I would be very grateful for it.
- Surnames: Pomrenke, Struck families
Researcher: Kent Alexander
Date Posted: 20 February 2000
I am a descendant of Heinrich Julius POMRENKE and Wilhelmina Fredricka Augusta STRUCK.
Heinrich Julius POMRENKE was born 27 May 1841 in Posen, Prussia. He was the son of Carl Friedrich POMRENKE and Anna Marie QUAST. He immigrated to the US in 1857 settling in Waushara Co., WI. He married Wilhelmina F. A. STRUCK 2 December 1866 in West Bloomfield, Waushara Co., WI. Wilhelmina STRUCK was born 16 February 1840 in Posen Prussia the daughter of Christian and Louisa K. STRUCK. Wilhelmina died 4 July 1875 in West Bloomfield, WI and is buried there.
I am looking for researchers of these families in Waushara County, WI.
- Surnames: CLARK, HATCH families
Researcher: Lloyd Cunningham
Date Posted: 2 February 2000
Looking for info on William H. Clark came to Wisc late 1840's and his two sons Charles Adelbert Clark and John W. Clark. Both served in Co C, 22 Wisc Infantry in Civil War, joining from Bloomfield, Wisc. They married sisters, Charles to Mercy Maud Hatch, John to Amanda P. Hatch, daughters of Samuel Tucker Hatch who came to Waushara County from New York in 1840's, married 3rd wife Betsy Gambell in 1870 in Bloomfield, then moved to Walworth county.
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- Surnames: Fraser or Frasier family
Researcher: Pat Pope
Date Posted: 1 February 2000
I am looking for information on Jeanette (Davidson) Fraser who died after 1828 in Waukesha, Wis. She was married to William Fraser from New York. They had a son John W. Fraser who moved to Iowa. He had a son James Knox Fraser b. Nov 8, 1845 NY d. Mar 9, 1929 Waukasha, WI m. Alice Maria Stickney July 27, 1867. Any information would be helpful Thanks Pat
- Surnames: Genealogy
Researcher: jean jurkiewicz
Date Posted: 28 January 2000
Looking for anyone with Gombos in their family or anyone who knows someone of that name so that i can get some assist with genealogy. Jean
- Surnames: BIELMEIER, JOHANNAS, ROSE
Researcher: Nick Trombley
Date Posted: 21 January 2000
I am researching the Bielmeier, Rose and Johannas families of Waushara county. Would like to exchange information. Thanks. Nick Trombley Salem, WI.
- Surnames: Burial Site
Researcher: Gerald Frank Draves
Date Posted: 20 January 2000
My Great-Great Grandfather Michel Draves homesteaded a farm near Dakota-Dakota Township-Waushara County in 1854. I am looking for where he is buried and any other information regarding Draves records. Another spelling of surname could be Dravitz.
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