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I am looking for information about these family names. Specifically, information about Joseph J. VINCENT and his wife Pelagie nee MELLERA. They had three children. Constance, Anton and Matilda. The parents were buried in the Spiratulist Cemetery outside of Luxemburg.
Then there was Florian VAN_BEVER (an not sure of the spelling of his name). His sister married a Verdell. (could this be Vertelle?)Sounds like they may have lived around New Franken. Florian married the young girl that was doing the housework for the family. A quick wedding in the Catholic Church in Tonet. Then a quick annulment. This young woman came with her baby to do housekeeping for another family. She married the son and he adopted the daughter. His name was Anton Vincent and his wife was Ida. If these stories or names sound familiar and you can add or clarify things for me, I would greatly appreciate it.
Looking for information on GOOD_SHEPHERD_HOME run by the Sisters of Our Lady of Charity. My grandmother and her sister were taken there by their father in about 1914 or 1915, my grandmother left in 1927 or 1928.
I am trying to locate my GrGrGrandfather, James HARTFORD. He shows up on the 1900 and the 1905 Census in DePere, and then I lose him. I have checked with Vital records and they have checked from 1905-1924 and have not found a death record for him. In 1900 his address was 408N. Bdwy and in 1905 according to the Census he owned his own home. He was living with one Anna Hartford and a step child, Blanche Burgess who was born in Wisconsin Sept. of 1892. I am trying to determine if he was still in your area for the 1910 Census, if he died, if he moved, or what happened to him. Is there someone who has access to directories? There is another problem here, as there appears to be another (not mine) James Hartford in that area, and to make it worse, in the 1920 Census that James Hartford's son shows up and his name is James also!.. My James Hartford was born in Dulbin in 1844. Can someone help me with deterimining if he is on the 1910 or in that area at that time?
I am looking for Zahoriks in and around Green Bay. Martin ZAHORIK came to the area to join other friends and relatives already in the Green Bay area. If there are any Zahorik researchers out there I would love to hear from you.
I am researching the Michael RYAN (1798-1879) and Margaret DORAN Ryan(1816-1902?) family of Rockland. They emigrated in 1857 from Cty Tipp, Ireland with children Michael, Mary, Daniel, John, Thomas, Patrick, Johanna/Judith and Philip. Also traveled with Michael Doran, and several other Doran relatives were thought to have emigrated to the same area. I know that Mary Ryan married Dennis Ryan about 1860, and that Daniel and Philip married and had children. My ggf John moved to Escanaba and had a large family. Would like to correspond with any family-willing to share info.
Philip MCMAHON, is it said, lived in Brown County... possibly in DePere. He came from Meath County Ireland with his parents and siblings through NY and settled in Waukesha. Philip married Mary KANE (father James Kane). Kane's and McMahon's land was situated close together. Some of Philip's children were Mary (married Thomas BRADLEY of Manitowoc Co.), Anna (married Andrew SCARRAH of Marinette Co.) and possibly a son named Eugene and one named Philip. Philip might have re-married in his later years to a Mary DRISCOLL. Philip's parent's names may be Owen McMahon and Mary SMITH (SMYTH). Any confirmation or additional information would be greatly appreciated.
Did sons of Gabriel BRUNETTE, David (1828-1918) and John (1837-1865) (who are half-brothers) marry the same A. VIEAU? It seems that John m. Amelia Vieau in 1864. He died in 1865. Then David m. Adeline/Amelia Vieau 1867. Is this A. Vieau the daughter of Joseph Vieau and Charlotte Brunette? Help!! I would appreciate any efforts to help me sort this out.
Inquiry for any information about an Isaac TRUCKEY married to Anna FABRY had large family which included a Joseph, Isadore, and interested in any information on daughter Florence who married Irvin LABINE and moved to Marinette County.
Searching for siblings Mrs. Maude CALKINS and Glenn GORE who were living in Green Bay, WI in 1950. I have information on brother Patrick MCMANUS and am looking to share information on the Gore/McManus line.
My name is Aimee VAN_DUREN and I am looking for more information regarding Peter Vanduren (great,great grandfather.) He is in the directory of Green Bay 1872 to 1873, listed as a clerk. I know his son was born in Green Bay, June 11th 1876 (William Luke Vanduren) Any information regarding Peter would be greatly appreciated.
I am looking for information on my great-great-grandparents and their
Joseph LEMERAND [Nov 1840-1845] & Mary BOPREY [Apr 1856] children Fred, Joseph [Apr 1874], Mary, Maggie, Adeal, Emmily, William [Jan 1894] & Mose Dewey [26 Jun 1898]
Joseph LAFROMBOISE [1838-1840] & Mary (Anna) LAUDRY [Jan 1841] children: Odela , Louisa , Agnes [Mar 1868], Mary , Edward , Cecelia , Frank , Anna [Apr 1879], Albert [May
1881] & Joseph 
Searching for information on my Grandfather's Family. Grandfather's name was Charles Luvern CLARK, born Nov. 25, 1890 in Greenleaf. Need to find his records and his parent's names. We think his father was John Luvern or Luvern Clark. We think he married to either a Catherine ELLIS or a Frances KUSKE or BRUESKEY. His mother passed away when he was only 19 and his father left Wisconsin for perhaps Montana or Wyoming. The date of her death would be somewhere around 1909. Have been to the cemeteries in both Greenleaf and Wrightstown without finding anything we could work from. If anyone knows of any Clark families that settled in the Greenleaf or
Wrightstown areas we would love to hear from you.
George THAYS. He was born about 1879 to Victor Thays and ? ,in the Green Bay ,Wi. area. He had a sister Olive who was born about 1883. Both were left at St Joseph's Orphan Asylum in Green Bay about 1888, when the parents divorced. Georges last known address was 395 Greenbus (possibly Greenbush) Milwaukee.Olive married a "DAVIES" and lived in Chicago. Victor Joseph Thays aka Joseph Thays died on 2 May 1922, in Green Bay. His original name was Victor Joseph THEYS. Which he changed after some family dispute.
I am looking for information on Jacob BETH, born abt 1834 who married Maria Catherine SIMONS, born 29 Dec 1837. Date of marriage was 16 Nov 1857 in New Franken. They lived in Humboldt township. Children were John, Katherine, Margaret, Theodore, Catherine, Anna Maria, Clara, Theresa and Peter. Also Joseph BETH married Elizabeth Simons, born 1 Jan 1840. Their children were Henry, Anna Maria, Eva Rosina, Adam and Wilhelmina.
As a child (years ago) I heard references to the county "POOR_FARM" and that a relative or two may have gone there. Does anybody know its official name and whether records are available? I have seen residents of some
institutions listed in census records, so it would also be very helpful to know its location.
I am trying to research my husband's family and am experiencing some difficulties in uncovering Edward BRENNAN, b.22 March, 1868. This birth should be in Glenmore Wi., Brown county. Any data you could shed on this would be greatly appreciated.