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Brown County, Wisconsin , Posted Queries for

Brown County, Wisconsin

Posted Queries for December 1999 thru February 2000


CLEEREMAN, CLEEREMANS, HELGERSON posted by Glenn Cleereman on Wednesday, December 22, 1999

Seeking any information concerning Henry C. HELGERSON and Louise CLEEREMAN(S). Henry was the son of Halvor and Anna Christine (Tollakon) HELGERSON and died 29 Mar 1958. Louise was the daughter of Henry and Christine (Hermans) CLEEREMANS and died 11 Jan 1937. Henry owned and operated the Helgerson Company in Green Bay at the corner of Main and Irwin streets. Their residence was at 941 Shawano Avenue in Green Bay.

HARY, MADELETZKI posted by Shirley & Carl on Wednesday, December 22, 1999

MADELETZKI, Agnes said to have been born in Poland. Married Michael HARY, had son Martin, age 3 in 1860 census. At that time they were in Denmark area of Brown county. May have come to Wisconsin with parents.

HARY, MADELETSKI posted by Shirley & Carl on Wednesday, December 22, 1999

Michael HARY said to be 1860 census, Brown county, Denmark township with wife and three year old son. Religion Catholic. Would like to confirm marriage. Wife's name Agnes MADELETSKI. German immigrants who are found in Benton county Minnesota in 1870s.

LANDRY, LAUNDRIE posted by Jeanne Fugina on Wednesday, December 22, 1999

Looking for information on the LAUNDRIE also spelled LANDRY surname in Bay Settlement.

BRYAN, KEIL, MEADE, SILL, WILLIAMS posted by Tia K Hunt on Thursday, January 6, 2000

My ggGrandmother Adeline Henrietta Elizabeth MEADE b.7/11/1866, Ziegnitz, Germany, d.7/30/1938, buried Cosmopolis, Washington m.Karl August KEIL 5/4/1887 Wrightstown, Wisconsin. John MEADE, Augusta SILL MEADE and Adeline "entered the USA July 8, 1885." The above is listed in the KEIL family bible (My father believes they arrived in New York). Family stories state Karl August KEIL stowed away on a ship, then worked for his passage to the USA. This is not confirmed. He was born 3/5/1857, Breslau, Germany per the family bible and died 11/10/1917, buried at Cosmopolis, Washington. Karl & Adeline's children were: *Clara Bertha Augusta KEIL (1)BRYAN (2)WILLIAMS b.4/11/1890 Genesse, ID *my gGrandmother Harry Gottlief KEIL b.9/21/1891, North River, Washington Carl Herrmann KEIL b.6/28/1894, North River, Washington Wilhelm Frederick KEIL b.2/5/1897, North River, Washington Lena Gay Elizabeth KEIL b.4/18/1901 North River, Washington There is no information regarding whether Adeline's parents, John MEADE b.1835, d.1895 and Augusta SILL MEADE b.3/10/1840,Germany d.7/12/1924 buried Cosmopolis, Washington had any other children or not. Also, I have reason to believe John & Augusta MEADE may have stayed in Wisconsin until approximately 1893-1894 before moving to Washington. A family photo recently came into my possession of a man seated, woman standing, and two children seated on pedestals. This was done at a studio "Donner", South Kaukauna, Wisconsin. It is my belief that the KEIL family may have been visiting Adeline's parents who may still have lived in Wisconsin. Does anyone know anything about the MEADE family?

FINK, FINKENFLUGEL, VINKENVLEUGEL posted by Jean V. Reese on Thursday, January 6, 2000

My great great grandfather and family moved to Wrightstown, WI. in about 1853. His technical name was VINKENVLEUGEL but in most documents that I have seen after arriving in the states the name had been changed from Hermannus Vinkenvleugel to Herman FINKENFLUGEL or Herman FINK. I have a letter that was mailed back to the Netherlands in 1885 and he was still giving his address a Wrightstown and stated that he was with his third wife. I have a complete list of wife number 3 and their 8 children, but I have no indication of what happened to wife numberone whose name was Hendrina nor do I know anything of the second wife. Do you have access to records that may reflect the death of Hendrina or of the marriage and family of wife number 2. Any assistance that you can give me will be greatly appreciated. He states in the letter that his son Stephen or Henrique was killed in the war and that he got an eight dollar month pension on him. I would appreciate knowing if you can even locate one of the various names.

BURBEY, DEBAUCH, FORCIER posted by Kitty Burbey on Friday, January 14, 2000

I am looking for any links with the DEBAUCH, BURBEY, and FORCIER lines from Brown County, WI. These families have ties in Brown, Oconto, and Manitowoc counties. I am willing to exchange any photos and family trees already collected.

CLARK, MALONE posted by jddrow on Thursday, January 20, 2000

I am looking for Harriet Eleanor CLARK and family. She was reportedly born in Brown Co. sometime between 1850-60. Married Thomas Israel MALONE III.

BENNING posted by Barb Rinard on Thursday, January 20, 2000

Looking for BENNING in Brown County? William and Louise BENNING, with at least one son Charles BENNING, came from Germany, in 1853, to the Green Bay area.

MANEGIL posted by Marty Julson Gale on Sunday, January 30, 2000

Looking for information for William and Winfred MANEGIL who are listed as living in theTown or Rockland in the 1880 US Census for Brown County, Wisconsin. I believe the spelling is a corruption for Mannigel/Mannigal/Manigel/Manigel. They show a baby girl, one month old. Any information on this family would be appreciated. Trying to find out who the parents of William are, when he came to America and from what part of Prussia. And what happened to the family after this census was taken.

posted by Beverly Nohr on Sunday, January 30, 2000

I am looking for information on the Turner Verein a German relief assoc.

DEBYL, JANSSEN, JURGENS, VAN HERPEN posted by Don Jurgens on Thursday, February 10, 2000

I am interested in any and all information on any JURGENS, DEBYL, JANSSEN, or VAN_HERPEN families in Brown County. Specifically I know there was an Arnoldus JURGENS who arrived about 1872 and left around 1879. He supposedly arrived with his wife and family from The Netherlands and they died very shortly thereafter, but I have never found proof of their existence what-so-ever. He married Ida VAN_HERPEN in 1873 and had two children, George and Hubert, before moving to South Dakota. Ida died around 1891 and Arnoldus returned to Brown County and married a widow Elizabeth (DEBYL) JANSSEN in 1893. From what I have found, all these people lived in West DePere.

AMES, ANDERSON, BARNES, LUCIA posted by Cal Ingram on Saturday, February 12, 2000

John LUCIA, born abt 1817 in Canada, moved to New York by the 1840's. By 1859, he had moved to Brown County, Wisconsin. Several of his children married in Brown County. Lucy Lucia married Willard BARNES on December 20, 1871, Maria Lucia married John ANDERSON on July 10, 1860 and Jeremiah Lucia married Ida AMES on December 25, 1873, all in Brown County, Wisconsin. Any information on this family welcome.

EDEL, RADZINSKI posted by Audrey Block on Saturday, February 12, 2000

Rosalia RADZINSKI (nee: EDEL) who died in Brown Co. around 1940. She was my great-grandmother. I was told that she came from Brusy,Bydgoscz, Poland, but have been unable to find out anything about her family. I did find entrance into USA with her mother Rosalie EDEL listed in the Germans coming to America volumes. Any information welcome.

FAIRFIELD, TASSE posted by Greg Berthelson on Wednesday, February 16, 2000

Early 1800's; seeking ancestral flinks on Matilda TASSE, born 5 Oct 1840 in De Pere; died 6 Nov 1921 in Meeker,Rio Blanco,Colorado; married Freeman W. FAIRFIELD 7 Jun 1866 in Menasha, Wisconsin; had four children of historical significance in town of Meeker. I can exchange gedcoms, other descendant details.

JANSEN, MERCIER, WARRICHIATT posted by John H. Stowe on Friday, February 25, 2000

Seeking information on Wilhimena JANSEN, 10-7-1895 to 5-21-1979, from DePere who married Elmer Edmund MERCIER; on Elmer's father, Joe MERCIER 4-7-1866 to 2-1947 when he died in a Green Bay fire while working as a night watchman and his wife Harriet WARRICHIATT of Sugar Bush who he married in 1889 at St. John's in Green Bay. Buried out of St. Peter & Paul Church in Green Bay.

O MARA posted by Dan O'Mara on Friday, February 25, 2000

I have been working on the O�MARA Family Tree off and on for ten years. I believe my family was in Wisconsin for at least 12 years. Many of the children were born there. (JF O'Mara was reportedly born in Fond du Lac 08/14/1861) They also apparently lived in Brown Co. The wife of William died and is buried in Brown Co. The 1880 Nebraska census records for Dawson County (Wood River Township) show the following two families. I believe William and Thomas were brothers, and there may have been a sister Ann.. John F. was my GGFather. O�Mara Thomas head Born: 1838, Ireland wife: Margaret born:1838, Ireland son John F.,born:1861 Wisconsin, Fond du Lac; son Edward, born:1864, Wisconsin; daughter Margaret, born:1866, Wisconsin; son William born:1869, Wisconsin; daughter Elizabeth born:1871, Wisconsin; son Thomas born:1874, Wisconsin; son James born:1877, Nebraska; duaghter Sarah born:1879, Nebraska O�Mara William head born:1845 Ireland; Wife Rosanne (Kennedy) died in Wisc. 1875; daughter Elizabeth A., born:1865, Wisconsin; daughter Rose C., born:1870, Wisconsin; daughter Julia, born:1873, Wisconsin; son John born:1874, Wisconsin. We have tried to verify the Wisconsin birth records for JF O�Mara (and others) - so we can then verify information of Thomas, Margaret, & William back into the Irish records � without success. I "desperately" need additional information that will allow me to verify the family's Wisconsin years, and more importantly passage and naturalization information that will connect me to Irish records. If you have ANY bits of information or suggestions of how to get the information that might help us we would be very grateful.

LACHAPELLE, MARTEL posted by Brad G Keith on Friday, February 25, 2000

I have a Great Grandmother born in Geenleaf on May 3, 1881 and can not find any specifics. Her father was Franklin LACHAPELLE and mother was MARTEL. Please advise if any information or direction that I can try.

GUSTMANN, MUELLER posted by Laurie Campbell on Friday, February 25, 2000

I'm looking for parental and sibling information on William GUSTMANN b. abt 1863 in Germany. He and his wife Anna MUELLER Gustmann were in the Brown Co., WI census from 1900-1920. They had 5 children: Annie b. 1892, Cora b. 1895, Arthur b. 1897, Ervin b. 1900 and Walter b. 1907.

MATHY, MERCIER, WACHE posted by John H. Stowe on Saturday, February 26, 2000

Seeking information on Harriett WACHE (Warrichait??) who married Joseph MERCIER on 7-2-1889 at St. John's Church in Green Bay and on her father, Joseph WACHE, and mother, Josephine MATHY (Mattie).

BURDICK, CHURCH, MARLOW, MORSETTE posted by Shari Burdick on Saturday, February 26, 2000

My Mother, Margaret E. MORSETTE, daughter of Marshall & Ruby (CHURCH) born Dec 2, 1913 in "Little Rapids" Brown Co., married Leo D. BURDICK of Oconto, WI. I am the only child of that union. would greatly appreciate any information on the 'Burdick' family tree. Leo's Father was John, and Mother was Annie MARLOW(e).

JACOBSON, JENSON, NISSEN posted by Carolyn K Doss on Monday, February 28, 2000

I have a letter from a Hannah NISSEN dated 3 July 1952 of Pulaski, Wis. In the letter to my grandfather Marion JACOBSON she called him Cousin. I know my Great grandfather Peter Christian JACOBSON was married to Mary JENSON in 1865 in Green Bay, Wis. and Peter had a sister Hannah and a brother Charles JACOBSON who died in Civil War. All were living in Green Bay, about 1860. Is Hannah Nissen a daughter of Hannah Jacobson or was Charles Jacobson married and had children???

CARSTESEN, CHRISTOFFERSON, NELSON, NIELSON posted by Jeff Johnson on Monday, February 28, 2000

Looking for connections with the family of (Hans)Peter NELSON, nee NIELSON in Danmark 12/21/1859, died 1929 in Michigan. Married Serra Marie CHRISTOFFERSON, also Dane b. 12/7/1867, d. 9/23/1896 in Brown co. Married 4/18/1898 in Brown co. Alvina CARSTESEN, also Dane b. 5/4/1880. Children born in Brown co. include: (1st wife)Antonnette, Niels, George, Marta, Marie, Eva, (2nd wife)Carrie, James

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