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Brown County, Wisconsin , Posted Queries for

Brown County, Wisconsin

Posted Queries for June 2009 thru October 2011


HIMES, JOHNSTON posted by Jackie Butts on Tuesday, June 16, 2009

I am researching family of Fred Lupher JOHNSTON, b April 1892 in Pennsylvania. Died Mar 1981 in Greenbay WI. Married to Ruth Naomi HIMES, b Sept 16, 1894. Children were Fred, Eva, and Sarah. Need Fred's father and mother's name born in PA.

DUCHARME posted by Despi Kounas on Saturday, September 19, 2009

I am seeking information on Paul DUCHARME and his family. He and his brother Dominique DuCharme were the first permanent settlers of Outagamie County. Dominique settled at Kaukauna in 1790/1793 and established a Trading post with the menomonees and chippewas. His brother Paul soon joined him. dominique sold out to Paul in 1803 and returned to Montreal. Paul later, became indebted and had to sell his interests to Judge Lawe and returned to GreenBay, WI. Paul married a Menomonee woman and they had a son Jean Marie Ducharme born @1806. I appreciate any information or guidance (as to where to look) for information on him and his family.

BOYEA, CHAVETTE, POWERS posted by Judy McHugh on Sunday, October 4, 2009

I am looking for info on the family of Louis CHAVETTE and Marie BOYEA. two children known to have been born at De Pere about 1882. not my family doing it for a friend-known children are Louis and Clara-Clara married a POWERS about 1900 and remarried to a clarence cooley in 1904-forest county.

ERDMAN posted by Meri Ninteman on Sunday, October 24, 2010

I am related to the ERDMAN family of Suamico,Brown,Wisconsin they were there in the 1850s - any info on them there is a Christian and Christian Jr. I am related to Louis Erdman.

NELSON, PHILLIPS, SEEBAUER, VANDENBUSCH posted by Katie on Sunday, October 24, 2010

I'm looking for information on the following families PHILLIPS (Wallace to be precise) VANDENBUSCH (Clarence P's family NELSON (Stella who died after 1931) SEEBAUER (Nellie who died in 1990, married name Phillips, biological name either Rinehart, Reinhart, Reinhardt, or Rinehardt)

LECLAIR, OGER posted by Jeanette Baker on Sunday, October 24, 2010

Looking for any information on: Oliver LECLAIR Emilie OGER both born in Canada (also Oge and maybe Auger) Married: 19 Feb 1849 St John The Evangelist, Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA Wisconsin Marriages, pre-1907 Name: Oliver Leclerk Marriage Date: 19 Feb 1849 County: Brown Name: Emilie Oger Marriage Date: 19 Feb 1849 County: Brown Volume: 02 Page: 0070

JACOBS posted by Peter Jakobs on Sunday, October 24, 2010

Who can give me a clue were Debby Kay JACOBS and Ray Jean are? John Jacobs, a brother of my GG-father left Holland to live in the US. I believe two of his GG-daughters are still alive but I can not find them. Who can help me ? Here is the information I have. Peter Jakobs Register report of Johannes (John) Jacobs. Generation I I. Johannes (John) Jacobs, son of Pieter Jakobs (farmer/weaver) and Jacomina Pubben, born at Sevenum on 14 Nov 1846, bapt. at Sevenum, servant, died (45 years old) at De Pere, Brown Co [United States] on 14 Dec 1891, buried at De Pere, Brown Co [United States]. The funeral occurred from St. Mary's church on 16 Dec 1891, married (resp. 34 and around 29 years old) on 27 Apr 1881 with Maria Theresa Albers, daughter of Peter Albers and Maria Williamsen, born at Frasselt, Kreis Kleve [Germany] in 1852, died (around 83 years old) at De Pere, Brown Co [United States] Mrs. Mary T. Hendiricks, 82. The funeral of Mrs. Mary T. Hendricks, aged 82, who passed away on Saturday morning was held on Monday morning from the home of her son Peter Jacobs with services at 9 o'clock at St. Mary's church. Interment was in Mr. Olivet Cemetery. Palllbearers were Joseph Smith, George Smith, Joseph Nachtwey, William Lemmens, William Quinette, and Barney Kersten. The deceased was born in Frasselt, Germany and came to this county with her parents in 1876. She is survived by two sons, James Jacobs of Milwaukee and Peter Jacobs of this city; and one brother, Alberts Albers of Akron, Ohio on 17 Feb 1935, buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, De Pere, Brown Co [United States], Maria Theresa married (resp. around 40 and 35 years old) (2) at De Pere, Brown Co [United States] on 13 Sep 1892 with Pieter Jan Hendrickx, son of Mathijs Hendrix (Hendricks) and Wilhelmina Verhaag (Verhaeg).). From this marriage 2 sons: 1. James (Jacobus), born at De Pere, Brown Co [United States] in Feb 1882. 2. Peter, born at De Pere, Brown Co [United States] in Apr 1885, died (around 82 years old) in 1968, follows II Generation II II. Peter Jacobs, son of Johannes (John) Jacobs (I) (servant) and Maria Theresa Albers, born at De Pere, Brown Co [United States] in Apr 1885, carpenter, died (around 82 years old) in 1968, buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, De Pere, Brown Co [United States], married (1) (Burgerlijke Stand) with Annie keuntjes (Kneltjes), daughter of John Keuntjes and Gertrude Stovering, born on 10 Feb 1879, died (85 years old) at De Pere, Brown Co [United States] on 1 Jun 1964 Mrs. Peter Jacobs, 85, 437 N. Ontario Street De Pere died Monday morning in a Green Bay hospital after a long illiness. Born Feb. 10, 1879 in Holland she moved tot De Pere 60 years ago. Mrs. Jacobs as a member of the Christian Mothers Altar Society of St. Mary's Church, De Pere. Survivors include her husband, one son, Elmer, Bellevue, Nebraska, two grandchildren, Debby Kay and Rae Jean; one sister Miss Mary Keuntjes, Stanley, Wisconsin, buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, De Pere, Brown Co [United States] Funeral from St. mary's Church, De Pere, Rev. Raymond Hietpas officiating on 3 Jun 1964, From this marriage one son: 1. Elmer P., born on 2 May 1916, died (57 years old) on 17 Jul 1973, follows III Generation III III. Elmer P. Jacobs, son of Peter Jacobs (II) (carpenter) and Annie keuntjes (Kneltjes), born on 2 May 1916, died (57 years old) on 17 Jul 1973, married (around 23 years old) at USA around 1940 with N.N. Jacobs (N.N.). Elmer lived in Bellevue, Nebraska in 1964. From this marriage 2 daughters: 1. Debbie Kay. 2. Rae Jean.

BEATTIE posted by Thomas Schwag on Sunday, October 24, 2010

I am looking for information on Robert BEATTIE, born in DePeree, Wisconsin on May 4, 1861. I am looking for information on his parents such as names, place and date of birth.

DESSART posted by Michael Knott on Sunday, October 24, 2010

Looking for information on Joseph DESSART b1861 from Belgium and wife named Selestin b1864 Belgium. Immigration 1880/1881. Children Emil, Arthur, Arcene, Tracey, Joseph, Josephine, and Alex. I cannot find naturalization details, death or marriage records, but see census records in 1900, 1910, and 1920 in Green Bay.

HANSEN posted by Nancy Dupont on Sunday, October 24, 2010

Looking for Peter (b. 5/2/1853 in Denmark, given name Claus Hansen Pedersen) & Anna HANSEN cemetery location.

JORGENSEN posted by Murphys on Sunday, October 24, 2010

In the 1895 Wisconsin census there is a Niels JORGENSEN living in New Denmark (line 17, v226_10). It appears he is living with 2 females, one born in US. I can't read the birth place of the other two people. I have just found that my Niels Jorgensen lived in Wisconsin from 1889-1897, he was Danish. I would like to find out more about this person by that name in Wisconsin in 1895. Any help would be appreciated. Even proof that this is not my Niels Jorgensen. thanks

HINTZ posted by rebecca1301 on Sunday, October 24, 2010

I am trying to find information on the Fred and Amelia HINTZ Family. He was born around 1868. Their children were: Norbert b.1895--Loraine b.1900--Clarence b.1903--Cleo b.1908--Margaret b. 1909

KIEHL posted by Nancy Shepard on Sunday, October 24, 2010

Hello I am searching for a Charles KIEHL born 27 Feb 1901 in Oconto county and died 28 Jan 1991 in Green Bay Brown County. Parents were Anna and Richard Kiehl. I am looking for an obituary or any other information.

BARKHOUSE, GRAY, GUY, PRINGLE, PUNCHEON posted by John Gray on Sunday, May 15, 2011

I'm hoping someone would have some info regarding my relatives who went out to a place called Duck Creek, Greenbay area of Wisconsin in 1852. Their names were ;John GRAY, wife Mary Gray nee BARKHOUSE, Son Francis who married a girl Isabel PRINGLE out there, Daughter Margaret and her husband Thomas PUNCHEON, and daughter Mary and her husband John GUY. I have some letters from them dated the 1850's to their son who stayed here in England (my G,G Grandad).

ZIMMERMAN posted by Kristina Selberg on Sunday, May 15, 2011

I am currently looking for any history and or information on Jane ZIMMERMAN and Robert Zimmerman as well as any other Zimmerman that is related to them. Jane was born in 1919 , she was my grandmother. I never knew her. Robert was born in 1928 he was my great uncle. any and all information would be great.

ZIMMERMAN posted by Janet Clemmons on Sunday, May 15, 2011

I am looking for information on the ZIMMERMAN family from De Pere Wisconsin.

LARSEN, LORRIGAN posted by William R. Scott on Sunday, May 15, 2011

I'm searching on a couple of families on behalf of my fiancee. Her father. Glen Allen LARSEN (b. 30 Jul 1947) was a native of Denmark, Brown County, Wisconsin; his parents were Ernest Larsen (1920-1995) and Edna LORRIGAN (1922-2006). This is as far back we have gotten; any information would be helpful.

SCHADT posted by Robert Russel Schadt on Sunday, May 15, 2011

I am seeking any genealogical data available on the SCHADT famlies of Wisconsin.

COLLETTE posted by Kathy Guenther on Sunday, May 15, 2011

I am researching the genealogy of the Moses COLLETTE family. My Grandmother was a daughter of Moses Collette. I would like to find records stating his wife and parents' names, dates, and origins. I know that Moses is buried in Allouez Cemetary. How would I go about finding these records?

REEDS, SLAUGHTER posted by Charlene Reeds-Ebling on Saturday, October 1, 2011

Abbott William SLAUGHTER, MD 1860-1918 m Ruth REEDS, my aunt. Abbott was a doctor in Green Bay for 26 years, beginning in 1882. They had a son Dallas b 6/1892 Mo. There is no trace of him after the 1900 census. Can anyone help? Abbott and Ruth SLAUGHTER are buried in Fort Howard Cemetery. 1900 Series: T623 Roll: 1778 Page: 290 Surname GivenName Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year SLAUGHTER ALBERT W 40 M W MO WI BROWN 1-WD GREEN BAY 1900 Listed in 1900 Census, Green Bay, Brown Co., Wi as Albert SLAUGHTER 40--all b. Mo.--lived on Mason St. Albert (sic) Head 12/1860 39 b. Mo, Va, VA M 14 years Ruth A. Wife 1/1867 33 b. Mo, Ky, Ky M 14 years 6 children, 3 living Laura L. dau 9/1888 11 b. Mo, Mo, Mo Dallas son 6/1892 7 b. Mo, Mo, Mo Mary A. dau 12/1896 3 b. Wi, Mo, Mo Alfred father 8/1828 71 b. Va., Va., Va. Laura W. mother 7/1831 68 b. Va , Mass, Va. REEDS, Henry Clay br in law 3/1870 30 b. Mo, Ky, Ky

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