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CAIN, CLARENCE Clarence Cain, 69, of Sheboygan, a native of the Town of Centerville, died at home Saturday of an apparent heart attack. His body was found Tuesday afternoon. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Nickel Funeral Home, Sheboygan, the Rev. Ruben Grosshuesch, pastor of Ebenezer Evangelical and Reformed Church of Christ, Sheboygan, officiating. Burial will be in Wildwood Cemetery, Sheboygan. Mr. Cain was born Jan. 5, 1895, in the Town of Centerville, son of the late Martin and Dorothy Donohue Cain. He attended Fond du Lac Business College. Unmarried, he made his home at Shebogyan most of his life where he was an employe of R-Way Co. until retiring five years ago. Surviving are two brothers, Earl Cain of Manitowoc and Martin Cain of DePere; and a sister, Mrs. Arthur (Mae) Eissner of Sheboygan Friends may call after 7 o'clock this Wednesday evening at the funeral home, 1132 Superior Ave., Sheboygan. Manitowoc Herald Times, Feb. 5, 1964

CAIN, LARY EARL Born October 19, 1939 in Manitowoc, WI to Earl and Alvina Cain; passed away January 29, 2010 in Sacramento, CA after a long battle with emphysema and a brief but difficult battle with ALS. He was 70 years old. Larry is survived by (private), his wife of 37 years. (Survivors omitted for privacy.) Larry worked at DMV for over 30 years, where he met his future wife, (private). Larry enjoyed traveling, woodworking and spending time with his dog, Chase. Family and friends are invited to a memorial service on Wednesday, February 3, 2010, 4:00 p.m., at Harry A. Nauman & Son Land Park Chapel, 4041 Freeport Blvd., Sacramento, CA. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Sacramento Chapter of the ALS Association, 2717 Cottage Way, Suite 8, Sacramento, CA 95825 or Mended Hearts Inc., 7272 Greenville Ave., Dallas, TX 75231. The Sacramento Bee, Jan. 31, 2010

CAINE, DENNIS V. Dennis was born in Manitowoc, Wisconsin on November 3, 1940 and passed at his home in Puyallup on May 18, 2006. He is survived by his wife of 44 years Judy and his five children. (Survivors omitted for privacy.) Dennis was a devoted husband and dedicated father. He was a volunteer Fireman and Fife Fire Commissioner, business owner, retired Pierce County employee and coached Little League Baseball for many years. Dennis love for Husky Football, gardening, flowers and his dog, Rocky was only second to his love for his wife, family and grandchildren. Services will be held on May 22 at Powers Funeral at 1:00 p.m. Flowers may be sent to 320 W. Pioneer Ave, Puyallup. (No newspaper named, no date but Puyallup is in Washington St.

CANRIGHT, WILL S. From Der Nord Westen, 29 Jan. 1903: Will S. Canright, about whose illness we recently reported, died Thurs. last week in Buffalo. The deceased had been born and raised here and was most recently in the service of the steamship industry stationed in Buffalo.

CASPAR, MICHAEL From Der Nord Westen, 12 Dec. 1901: On Mon. 21-yr. old Michael Caspar committed suicide by gun shot in Sheboygan. He was born in Mishicott, lived for a while in Howards Grove and settled in Sheboygan a short time ago. He was married to a daughter of Manitowoc resident John Henrich and leaves his widow with a 7-wk. old child.

CASPER, ELEANORE C. Mrs. Edward A. Casper, 82, of 611 N. Water St., died Tuesday evening at St. Nicholas Hospital after a brief illness. The former Eleanore C. Krieglstein, she was born in Sheboygan on Oct. 23, 1895, a daughter of Frank and Christine Schilling Krieglstein. She attended local schools. On June 13, 1922, she married Edward Casper in St. Nazianz. The couple celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 1972. Mrs. Casper was a member of Holy Name Catholic Parish. (Survivors omitted for privacy) She was preceded in death by five brothers and three sisters. The funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Holy Name Catholic Church with the Rev. Edward Wieland, associate pastor, celebrant. Family rites will be held at the Kroos-Mason Funeral Home at 9:30. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Thursday. A parish Bible vigil will be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. - 1977

CASPER, GEORGE SR. Funeral servies for George Casper Sr., 85, of Kiel who died Tuesday morning at St. Nicholas Hospital, Sheboygan, following a heart attack, will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Meiselwitz Funeral Home, Kiel, and 10:30 a.m. at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Kiel. The Rev. George Kiefer will officiate and burial will be later this week at Holy Cross Cemetery, Los Angeles, Calif. Casper, who was hospitalized 11 days ago after a heart attack, had been living for the past 2 1/2 years with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Casper, 611 Second St., Kiel. He was born in Germany Oct. 12, 1874. As a youth he came to this country with his parents, settling in Fond du Lac. He married the former Ida Christ of Chilton Oct. 23, 1897, and lived at Fond du Lac, Juneau and Horicon before moving to Los Angeles in 1939. His wife died in 1954. He was a member of the Holy Name Society of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church and a member of the Catholic Knights of Wisconsin. Survivors include five daughters, Mrs. Douglas Hooper and Mrs. Hazel Schramel of Los Angeles, Mrs. John Lindman of Culver City, Calif., Mrs. Herbert Werner of Horicon and Mrs. Phillip Cowper of Molinas, Calif.; six sons, Georg Jr., of Sheboygan, Edward of Sherman Oaks, Calif., Lyle of Kiel, Earl of Wood, Wis., Elton of Sawgus, Calif., and Bernard of Los Angeles; sister, Mrs. Mary Buckley of Chicago; brother Louis of Fond du Lac, 27 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren. Friends may call at the funeral home where the Rosary will be prayed at 8 o'clock this Wednesday evening by members of the Holy Name Society. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. January 6, 1960 ********* Funeral services for George Casper St., 85, of Kiel, who died Tuesday, were at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Kiel, following brief rites at Meiselwitz Funeral Home, Kiel. The Rev. George Kiefer officiated and burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery, Los Angeles. Pallbearers were Donald and Ray Doefert, John Faeh, Daniel, Gordon and Pirmin Schmitz. Manitowoc Herald Times, Mantitowoc, Wis. January 9, 1960

CAVANAUGH, JERRY EX-RESIDENT OF MAPLE GROVE DIES AT HOME IN WEST Jerry Cavanaugh, former well-known town of Maple Grove man, who left the township when a young man to go west, has passed away at Kearney, Nebraska, according to messages received here by relatives. While in the west, he married Ella Murphy of Minder where he made his home until two years ago. In addition to the widow he is survived by three sons, John of Kearney, Tom and Dan of Minder, a daughter Catherine of Kearney, one brother Tom of Minder and one sister, Mrs. John McCarthy of Manitowoc. Another brother, D.C. Cavanaugh of Maple Grove, passed away previously. Manitowoc Herald News, Thursday, May 8, 1930 P.6

CHADEK, JAMES James Chadek, 83, former Manitowoc County resident, died Sunday afternoon at Loveland, Colo. Funeral services will be at Loveland Wednesday morning with burial in that city. Mr. Chadek, son of the late Thomas and Rose Chadek, was born in 1877 in Manitowoc county. He left the county many years ago. Mr. Chadek was a veteran of the Spanish American War and served with Company H. Surviving are his wife, two sons, a daughter and a brother, Steve, the last survivor of the Chadek family, pioneer residents of the county. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. April 18, 1960 P. 3

CHAMPLIN, CHARLES From the Manitowoc Herald, 20 Sept. 1856: Charles H. Champlin, formerly of Mtwc co. killed in train accident at Fond du Lac

CHLOUPECK, EDWARD From Der Nord Westen, 30 Apr. 1908: From Tacoma, Washington, came the news recently that Edward Chloupeck had died in a sanatorium there. The deceased, a cousin of our County Judge John Chloupeck, was born 43 years ago in Francis Creek in our county, and when he was 14 moved with his parents to the west where he grew up.

CHLOUPEK, EDMUND From Der Nord Westen, 25 Mar. 1909: Death in Chicago recently of Mr. Edmund Chloupek, an uncle of County Judge John Chloupek. The deceased was formerly a member of the firm Prohaska & Chloupek, which at one time operated a machine shop here, but had moved to Chicago 6 years ago. He leaves a widow, 2 sons and a daughter. The funeral was conducted in Chicago.

CHLOUPEK, MRS. ERWIN From Der Nord Westen, 13 June 1901: Death last week in Green Bay of Mrs. Erwin Chloupek of childbed fever. The deceased was a sister-in-law of John Chloupek here, who is an elected County Judge.

CHOATE, LEANDER From Der Nord Westen, 21 Oct. 1909: On Monday afternoon news reached here of the death Leander Choate of Oshkosh, president of the local National Bank and the German American Bank. The cause of death was from a stroke he suffered recently. The flags of both institutions were flown at half mast in his memory.

CHRISTEL, HENRY C. Henry C. Christel, 88, of 2126 Calumet Dr., New Holstein, a retired Town of Schleswig farmer, died today at Calumet Memorial Hospital where he was a patient for three weeks. He was born Jan. 8, 1884 in the Town of Eaton, Manitowoc County, son of the late Richard and Mary Stahl Christel. On Nov. 29, 1923 he married Adela Rusch of Milwaukee at Waukegan, Ill. The couple lived in the St. Nazianz area for several years and later located on a farm in Schleswig. Mrs. Christel died Dec. 5, 1937. He retired in 1956 and moved to New Holstein in 1963. Survivors are a son, Harlan, New Holstein, and a brother, Edward, Kiel. Eleven brothers and sisters preceded him in death. Funeral services will be Friday at 11 a. m. at the Meiselwitz Funeral Home, Kiel, the Rev. John F. Baumann, pastor of St. Peter United Church of Christ, Kiel, officiating. Burial will be in Union Cemetery, Milwaukee. Friends may call at the funeral home from 4 to 9 p. m. Thursday and until the hour of services Friday. (no newspaper or date named)

CHRISTEL, MRS. NICHOLAS MESSAGE OF DEATH FORMER LOCAL RESIDENT Messages received by William Rozinsky today brought news of the death of his daughter, Mrs. Nicholas Christel, at Milwaukee last night and Mr. Rozinsky departed for that city at noon today. It is probable that the body will be brought here for burial. The Christel family resided in this city up to two years ago, making their home on North Ninth street and later removed to Milwaukee. A husband and family survive Mrs. Christel. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, June 06, 1917, Page 8

CLARK, OSCAR Oscar Clark, formerly of this city, was drowned at Manistee, Michigan, the other day by the sinking of a tug on which he was employed as an engineer. Manitowoc Co. Chronicle (Two Rivers), June 19, 1888

CLASSON, MRS. GEO. (nee EGAN) From Der Nord Westen, 11 June 1903: Death Fri. in Oconto of Mrs. Geo. Classon, daughter of Mr. W. Egan here, of Bright's disease. The deceased, who had been born in Manitowoc, was 41 yrs. of age. In addition to her husband she leaves 8 children. The funeral was held Mon. in Oconto.

CLAUSSEN, GEORGE From Der Nord Westen, 25 Jan. 1894: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 16 Jan.) Fritz Claussen received news from Los Angeles, Calif. last week of the death of his brother George, who was a resident there. George Claussen was blind.

CLEARY, MRS. From Der Nord Westen, 22 Aug. 1901: Mrs. Cleary, a sister of Messrs. Henry and Dr. Mulholland, died in Kenosha day before yesterday. The funeral will be held there this morning.

COCHEMS, M. From Der Nord Westen, 11 Dec. 1902: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 09 Dec.) Mr. J. Cochems traveled to Sturgeon Bay Sat. to attend the funeral of his brother M. Cochems, a resident there who died Thurs. evening.

CONLIN, MARILYN MARIE (MUELLER) 75, passed away on Friday, September 11, 2009, at Dream Catcher Group Home in Scottsdale, after a long battle with Parkinsons. She was born July 2, 1934 in Two Rivers, Wisconsin, the daughter of the late Walter and Marie Mueller. She married Donald Conlin in 1954, which preceded her in death in 1991. She worked for the Glenarm Land Company in Cottonwood, AZ until retirement in 1998. Her final days were spent surrounded by family and friends who Marilyn had touched in so many ways throughout her life. She will be dearly missed by all who loved and knew her. (Survivors omitted for privacy.) She was preceded in death by three brothers, Earl, Claude and Kenneth Mueller. The family would like to extend a special thank you to all the wonderful caregivers at Dream Catcher Group Home and Hospice of the Valley for their care and compassion. Visitation will start at 5:00 pm, with a 6:30 pm Rosary, led by her nephew, Pastor Michael Mueller on Friday, September 18, at Whitney & Murphy Funeral Home, 4800 E. Indian School Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018. Graveside Service will be held on Saturday, September 19th at 10:00 am at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery, 99th Avenue and West Thomas Road. The Arizona Republic, September 16, 2009

CONNELL, ANNA Attend Funeral of Sister at Beloit Monday This Week Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thielke, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kiemme, Mrs. Henry Klemme and Mrs. John Rabe on Monday attended the funeral of Mrs. Anna Connell, 68, widow of the late Dr. Daniel Connell, at Beloit. Mrs. Connell passed away Friday of last week. The deceased was born in the town of Schleswig, near Louis Corners on August 11, 1869, the daughter of the late Anton and Fredericka Klemme. Her marriage to Dr. Connell of the town of Meeme took place in October, 1890, in Chicago, where the couple resided for several years following their marriage. Later they moved to Davis, Ill., and the last years of their lives were spent in Beloit. Dr. Connell died February 8, 1931. Surviving are five sons, Edward of New York City; Dr. Arthur Connell of Rockford, Ill.; D. R. Connell of Chicago, Dr. John Connell at New Orleans, La., and Ward at home; four grand- children; one brother, Herman Klemme of Stratford, who could not attend the funeral on account of illness; and one sister, Mrs. Carl Thielke of this city. Four sisters and one brother preceded her in death. 5-12-1938

CONWAY, EDWARD From Der Nord Westen, 05 Sep. 1907: Edward Conway, a former citizen of our town but a resident of Milwaukee for many years, died there Sunday at age 73. He is survived by a widow, a son and a daughter.

COOPER, LOUIS Born Two Rivers, Manitowoc, Wis. Died Jan. 7, 1892, Aged 47 yrs. 7 mo. Monument erected by his employers as an expression of their gratitude for his faithfulness and fidelity. From a tombstone in Providence Methodist Church Cemetery located in the Providence Community outside of Georgianna, Alabama in Butler County.

COPSKEY, WILLIAM H. William H. “Bill” Copskey, age 74, a native of Two Rivers, passed away on Nov. 4, 2002 at his home in Tallmadge, Ohio, from pancreatic cancer. He was born on April 1, 1928 to the late Wallace and Florence McDermott Copskey of Two Rivers. He attended St. Mark Parochial School and graduated from Washington High School in 1946. He spent two years in the U.S. Marine Corps at Parris Island, S.C., and Quantico, Va., where he was assigned to the First Marine Air Wing. Following his military service, he attended the Chicago Technical Institute where he earned a degree in mechanical engineering. Early in his professional career he was employed by RCA to work on leading edge radar technology projects at its facilities in Moorestown, N.J., and Lancaster, Pa. At RCA, he worked on the development of the country’s radar systems that were put into operation during the Cold War with the former Soviet Union. The primary system, called BMEWS (Ballistic Missile Early Warning System), was set up in northern Greenland and Alaska and was designed to be the United States’ first alert to an enemy missile attack coming over the Arctic Circle. From the early 1960s and until his retirement in the mid-l990s, he was employed at Goodyear Aerospace Industries and Loral Space and Communications in Akron, Ohio, where he worked on a number of projects including improvements to the widely recognized Goodyear blimp and on the development of several new generation sea-to-air missiles used by the U.S. Navy. An ardent sports fan, golfer, swimmer and lover of German folk songs, his voice will be greatly missed by the Anon Singing Society of Louisville, Ohio. He was married in 1950 in Laurel Springs, N.J., to Rosemary Hilyard Walker who predeceased him in 1955 along with an infant son. In 1959, he married Esther Viggiano of Riverside, N.J. In September 1973, he married Irmgard Perschke Stiffler of Cleveland, Ohio. Immediate survivors include his wife: Irmgard; and three children by his first marriage, other survivors include six grandchildren, two brothers, three sisters, and two aunts. He is also survived by many cousins, nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements were handled by the Adams Mason Memorial Chapel of Akron, Ohio. Included was a memorial liturgy service conducted by the Rev. John R. Hengle on Nov. 14. Eulogy was given by Michael Copskey followed by a presentation by the Anon Singing Society. On Nov. 15, a Mass of Resurrection was held at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church in Tailmadge, Ohio, with the Rev. Hengle as celebrant. Remembrances may be made in Mr. Copskey’s name to the Hospice Care Center, 3358 Ridgewood Road, Akron, OH 44333 or to a charitable organization of one’s choosing. Herald Times Reporter, Nov. 24, 2002

CORDS, VIOLA IDA Mrs. Cords Dies At Rocky Knoll Death Comes On Sunday Following Lengthy Illness; Rites On Oct. 5 Mrs. Robert M. Cords, aged 25, passed away Sunday evening at 7:45 at Rocky Knoll sanatorium where she had been a patient for about fifteen months. The deceased, nee Viola Ida Wilhelmina Loos, was born October 12, 1906, at Louis Corners, the daughter of Mrs. Otto Stoelting and the late John Loos. In her youth she attended the district school at Louis Corners, and following the death of her father on May 28, 1914, she and her sister Cora moved to Kiel with their mother, where they made their home. The deceased was graduated from the Kiel high school in June, 1921, after which she took a course in millinery work at Milwaukee. She was married June 11, 1927, to Robert Cords, Milwaukee. One child was born to the couple. (Survivors omitted for privacy) The body was taken to the Froeming and Boettcher Funeral Home at Milwaukee at North Avenue and First streets, where brief funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon of this week at 2:30 o'clock. The Rev. Paul Roth of the Epiphany Lutheran church officiated. Mrs. Cords was a member of the Rev. Roth's congregation. - October 2, 1932

CRAITE, CHAS. From Der Nord Westen, 24 Dec. 1903: On Sat. news was received here that Chas. Craite had died in Seattle, Wash., of consumption. We have not learned whether the body will be brought here or not. From Der Nord Westen, 24 Dec. 1903: 25-yr. old Charles Craite, former resident of Manitowoc County, has died from pneumonia recently in Anocotes, Washington. He is survived by his mother and 2 brothers - Isaac and Geo. Craite. Burial took place in Anocotes.

CURRENS, FATHER OF DR. J.R. From Der Nord Westen, 12 Aug. 1897: Dr. J. R. Currens of Two Rivers received the news Mon. that his father had died suddenly in Chicago, and he left immediately to attend the funeral there.

DAHLER, CARL Carl R. Dahler, 77, of 22 Fremont St., Kiel, formerly of Sheboygan, died Friday, May 9, 1997 at Calumet Medical Center in Chilton after a brief illness. He was born Jan. 20, 1920, son of the late Charles and Myrtle Biechel Dahler. He was employed at the former Kingsbury Brewery in Sheboygan. He enjoyed hunting and fishing. (Survivors omitted for privacy) Services were held at Wildwood Cemetery in Sheboygan with the Rev. Loren Nys, SDS, officiating. Meiselwitz-Vollstedt Funeral Home of Kiel is assisting the family.

DANFORTH, Q.A. From Der Nord Westen, 21 Feb. 1907: Q.A. Danforth, who was until recently a resident of Town Meeme, died in Omro where he had been living since leaving Meeme. He was 65 and died of a heart attack, leaving a widow and 8 children.

DARLING, MRS. NELSON From Der Nord Westen, 31 Jan. 1901: Death in New Lisbon on Tues. of Mrs. Nelson Darling, a sister of J.D. Markham here.

DEBRUIN, WILHELMINA Mrs. Wilhelmina (Minnie) DeBruin, 90, a resident at St. Mary Home, Manitowoc, died at 2:45 a.m. Wednesay at Holy Family Hospital, Manitowoc. Funeral services will be at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Pfeffer Funeral Home, Manitowoc, and at 10 a.m. at St. Boniface Catholic Church. The Rev. Edward L. DeBruin, S.D.S., a grandson, will officiate and burial will be in St. John Catholic Church Cemetery, Little Chute. Mrs. DeBruin was born Jan. 24, 1873, in Holland, daughter of the late Leonard and Gertrude Hart?es Barten, and came to the United States at the age of seven with her father. They settled at East DePere and moved to Little Chute in 1926. She was married to Henry DeBruin April 12, 1891, at St. Mary Catholic Church, East DePere. He died March 13, 1928. Mrs. DeBruin came to Manitowoc in 1947 and made her home with a son, Anthony J., at 1401A Marshall St. Mrs. DeBruin was a member of St. Elizabeth Society of St. John Church, St. Ann Altar Society of St. Boniface Church and Third Order of St. Francis. She is survived by two sons, Anthony J., of Manitowoc and Aloysius, of Two Rivers, two daughters, Mrs. Henry Kempen, of Rt. 1, Kaukauna, and Mrs. Gustav Schuh, of Kaukauna, 31 grandchildren, ll8 great grandchildren and 21 great, great grandchildren. Four daughters and a son preceded her in death. Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p.m. Friday where the Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. January 2, 1964 P. 22

DEFEO, MARIE Funeral services for Mrs. Marie E. DeFeo, 52, of Chicago, a former Manitowoc resident, who died Thursday, Jan. 14, were at 11 a.m. Monday at Christ The King Church, Chicago. Burial was in St. Mary Cemetery, Chicago. The former Marie Ettner was graduated from Lincoln High School, Manitowoc in 1925. She later attended St. Elizabeth Hospital Nursing School, Chicago, from which she was graduated as a registered nurse. Mrs. DeFeo was married to Dr. Herman F. DeFeo. Survivors include the husband, a son; a daughter (Survivors omitted for privacy.); two brothers, Frank and Lt. Cmdr. Edward Ettner, USN; three sisters, Mrs. Helen Brandt, Mrs. Lucille Waller and Mrs. Theresa Holmquist, and a grandson (Survivor omitted for privacy.) Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. January 21, 1960

DELLSMANN, BERNHARD From Der Nord Westen, 04 Feb. 1904: Death Wed. last week in Oregon, following a long and difficult illness, of Bernhard Dellsmann, son of the widow Mrs. Bernhard Dellsmann here. The deceased, who reached the age of 51-1/2, leaves a widow and 8 children. 4 children preceded him in death.

DEMCAK, JOSEPH Joseph Demcak age 91, a former Two Rivers resident, residing at Riverview Rehab and Care Center, Tomahawk Wis., died Thursday, May 2, 1996, at Tomahawk. Funeral Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, May 4, 1996, at Klein and Stangel Funeral Home. Rev. David Arndt will officiate at the service with burial at Evergreen Cemetery, Algoma Joe was born August 24, 1904,in Minneapolis Minn., son of the late George and Anna Ondich Demeak He married Gladys Christenson November 28, 1933, Demcak at Menominee Mich. She preceded him in death in 1968. Joe was employed at Hamilton Manufacturing Company in Two Rivers until his retirement and was a former member of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church. Survivors include a son and daughter, two grandchildren. Friends may call from 12 noon until the time of services on Saturday at the Klein and Stangel Funeral Home.

DEWITT, CHESTER C. Chester C. DeWitt, 45, former Manitowoc and Two Rivers resident, died Saturday evening at Veterans Hospital, Chicago, following heart surgery. Funeral services will be Wednesday at Stoneman Funeral Home, Sturgeon Bay. Survivors include two sons (Survivors omitted for privacy.); a brother, Seraphin, of Two Rivers; and five sisters, Mrs. Orville Simovar of Manitowoc, Mrs. Leo Christel of Cato, Mrs. Orville Boes and Mrs. Alvin Tweedale of Green Bay, and Mrs. Earl Gerlach of Sturgeon Bay. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. May 25, 1970

DICK, HELEN (RICHARDS) Mrs. Helen Richards Dick, 61, of Waukesha, died unexpectedly at her home Tuesday night of a heart attack. A former Manitowoc woman, she was married to W.E. Dick, director of public works for the City of Waukesha. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Mathias Episcopal Church, Waukesha. The Rev. Bernard G. Buley will officiate and cremation will follow. She was born Jan. 24, 1889, at Manitowoc, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Richards. She attended grade and high school at Manitowoc and in 1922 was graduated from Milwaukee State Teachers College, after which she taught kindergarten classes at Manitowoc and Fond du Lac. In 1943 she was married to Mr. Dick and made her home at Waukesha. She was a member of a number of church societies, the Waukesha Women's Club and was active in civic affairs, taking part in Red Cross, YMCA, and Boy Scout drives. Survivors include her husband; four sisters, Mrs. Horace E. Whittaker of Santa Barbara Calif., Mrs. Laura Bugg of Pasadena, Calif., Mrs. George Harrison of Longville, Wash., and Mrs. Walter Watson of Beaver Dam; brother Reuben Richards of Antigo; sister-in-law, Mrs. Archie Richards of Manitowoc; and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at Randle Funeral Home, 720 N. East Ave., Waukesha after 4 p.m. Friday. Memorials may be sent to the church. Manitowoc Herald Times, April 27, 1960

DICKMAN, WILLIAM HENRY A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 3, 2006, in Atkinson Memorial Church in Oregon City for William Henry Dickman, who died May 24 at age 95. Mr. Dickman was born March 21, 1911, in Manitowoc, Wis. He moved to Portland and Oregon City in 1945, and was a grain and berry farmer in Oregon City for 25 years and then a custodian and school bus driver for the Oregon City School District for five years. He was a member of the church for more than 35 years. In 1949, he married Ava M. Covert; she died in 2005. (Survivors omitted for privacy.) Remembrances to his church. Arrangements by Sunnyside Little Chapel of the Chimes. Portland Oregonian, May 31, 2006

DITHMAR, EDWARD T. Word was received today by Mr. and Mrs. Jule Dettman of the death of Edward T. Dithmar, 66, at his home at Baraboo. Mr. Dithmar, who visited here only a month ago, had been ill since last Thursday. His brother, Julius Dithmar, husband of the former Georgia Munger, died about two years ago and was buried here. Mr. Dithmar was engaged in the practice of law and also conducted an abstract business at Baraboo. He at one time served as lieutenant governor of Wisconsin. The survivors are the widow, two sons and one daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Dettman will attend the funeral which will be held Saturday at Baraboo. Manitowoc Herald Times, September 22, 1938

DONAHUE, HUMPHREY Name: Donahue, Humphrey D.: 4/19/1864 B.: Reg. D.: 7/14/1871 Sex: M/W Age at Death: B.P.: D.P.: Milwaukee Cem.: Milwaukee Ch.: Inf. & Address: Spouse: F.: M.: Cause of Death: Pg. #:

DONATH, WILLIAM A. FORMER LOCAL RESIDENT DIES AT PLYMOUTH JAN. 7 William A. Donath, aged 82, passed away last Wednesday evening at his home at Plymouth, following a brief illness. Funeral services were held Saturday, afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Wittkopp Funeral home at Plymouth, with Mrs. William Schissler of Sheboygan, reader, officiating. Buria1 was made in the Union cemetery. Mr. Donath was a stone-cutter by trade and retired six years ago. He was employed in marble works for 52 years and the last place he was employed was at the Kegler Memorial Works. Mr. Donath was born in Kiel on July 25, 1865, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Donath. Oct. 21, 1893, he was married to Miss Ida Kassebaum at St. John’s Lutheran church in Plymouth and the couple made their home there since. Survivors are his wife; a son, Rudolph at home; 4 brothers and 2 sisters, Arno and Frederick of Milwaukee, Rudolph, Adolph and Mrs. Charles Allinger of Kiel, and Mrs. Henry Ross of Elkhart Lake. One brother and a sister preceded him in death. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allinger, Rudolph and Adolph Donath, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Graf and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Conrad of this city attended the last rites. (No newspaper named, 1948)

DONCHECK, REMUS A. Remus A. Doncheck, age 83, of Whitefish Bay, Wis., formerly of Two Rivers, died Saturday August 14, 1999 in Whitefish Bay. Mr. Doncheck was privately interred next to his wife, Dorothy Field Doncheck in Wood National Cemetery, Milwaukee. He was born September 6, 1915, in Two Rivers, son of the late Joseph E. and Katherine (nee Christoffel) Doncheck. He lived most of his life in Two Rivers. Mr. Doncheck moved to Whitefish Bay in 1992 following the death of his wife of 50 years, Dorothy Field Doncheck. He served his country in the United States Army from 1935 until 1946. He was one of the first five enlisted men to receive a Direct Officer Commission, referred to as a “Mustanger”. His highest rank was a Captain. In June 1944, his battalion was sent to England and was attached to Patton’s 10th Army. He received a Purple Heart in April 1945 in Germany. He was an Industrial Buyer for the Hamilton Manufacturing Company and AMF Paragon of Two Rivers. Mr. Doncheck was a lifetime member of the American Legion Post #165 in Two Rivers and a longtime member of 40 & 8 Voiture Locale 1130 in Two Rivers. Beloved husband of the late Dorothy (nee Fields) Doncheck, loving father proud grandfather, great grandfather, with two great grandchildren on the way, dear brother, brother-in-law. He is further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. If desired, memorials appreciated to the Manitowoc Salvation Army, 411 N. 6th St., Manitowoc, WI 54220. The Feerick Funeral Home, 2025 E. Capitol Dr., Shorewood, WI, 414-962-8383, is assisting the family. Herald Times Reporter, August 26, 1999

DORNER, JACOB J., SR. Jacob J. Dorner Sr., 76, of 2420-14th St., Two Rivers, died Wednesday night at Holy Family Hospital, Manitowoc, where he had been a patient since Jan. 21. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Klein & Stangel Inc., Funeral Home, Two Rivers, and at 10:30 a.m. at St. Mark Catholic Church, the Rev. George Beth officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary Cemetery, Luxemburg. Mr. Dorner was born Aug. 15, 1883, in Austria, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Dorner. When he was a year and a half old the family brought him to this country, settling at Neuren, Kewaunee County. He married the former Clara Seidl at Luxemburg Oct. 12, 1914. She died at Luxemburg in 1951. He operated a farm at Neuren until 1920 when he became engaged in carpentry in the area from 1921 to 1924. From 1924 to 1952 he was employed as janitor at St. Mary Catholic parish at Luxemburg. In 1955 he came to Two Rivers. Mr. Dorner was member of St. Joseph Society of St. Mary church. Surviving are a son, Jacob Jr., of Two Rivers; two sisters, Mrs. Peter Seidel of Casco, and Ms. John P. Seidel of Luxemburg; a half sister, Mrs. Walter Bragger of Kewaunee; a half brother, John, a grandchild and two great grandchildren. A sister preceded him in death. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2:30 p.m. Friday where the Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. March 31, 1960 P. 16

DUERRWAECHTER, PH. Milwaukee papers report the death of Ph. Duerrwaechter on Monday, at his home in South Germantown, Wis. Deceased was one of the early residents of Kiel, coming here in 1860 from Germany. Later he spent several years as a copper mine engineer in Northern Michigan, sailor on the Great Lakes, and as storekeeper. He engaged in business here in partnership with Adam Diefenthaeler in 1880. Also served as town clerk for 13 years, and was elected to the state assembly in 1900. In 1910 he organized the State Bank at South Germantown. He was married in 1873 to Mary Diefenthaeler, who survives him, with one son and one daughter. The funeral will take place today, Thursday, (No newspaper named, 1-1923 handwritten on obit. ******** "Herringshaw's American Blue-Book of Living Americans Biography: Prominent Americans" By Thomas William Herringshaw, American Publishers' 1914, Page 320 Duerrwaechter, Philip G., merchant and banker of South Germantown, Wis., was born Sept. 14. 1847, in Wurtenberg, Germany. He is cashier of the Germantown State bank. ******** "Who's Who In Finance, Banking" Volume 2 Edited by John William Leonard Page 200 1920-1922 DUERRWAECHTER, Philip G., South Germantown, Washington Co., Wis. Banker, merchant; b. Oelbronn, Wurtemberg, Germany, Sept. 14, 1847; s. Christian F. and Rosina Barbara (Schlegel) Duerrwaechter; ed. public schools of Germantown, Wis., and Wurtemberg, Germany. 1853-1857; m. Germantown, Wis., March 28, 1873, Mary Diefenthaeler; children; John A., Emma. Emigrated with parents and settle in Wisconsin, 1857 removed to Kiel, 1860, where he was employed as clerk to country stores until 1865; served as engineer with Mendota Copper Mines of Northern Michigan, 1865, until mines stopped operations, after which was engaged in similar positions on Great Lakes, 1865-67; began carpenter business 1897, contracting business and simultaneously dealing in lumber, adding builder's hardware in 1878, agricultural implements in 1880 and in co-partnership with brother-in-law, Adam Diefenthaler, conducting a general store, 1885; gave up contracting business in 1886. Has resided at South Germantown, Wis., since 1871. Cashier Germantown State Bank seven years, dir. since organization of that institution and pres. of same since 1918, and is which position continues; sec. and dir. of Wisconsin Brick & Tile Co. Served as town clerk thirteen years, justice of the peace thirty years, notary public forty years; postmaster of South Germantown thirteen years and elected to Assembly in 1900.

DUERRWAECHTER, WM. On Tuesday, we received that sad news from the Plainview, Minnesota relatives, that Mr. Wm. Duerrwaechter died after an operation at the hospital in Winona, Minnesota after a sudden attack of stomach pain. The information came very unexpectedly, because the relatives had no idea that he was even ill. On Monday, Mrs. E. E. Hanske and her daughter Thekla left for Plainview, Minnesota to visit relatives. The deceased was the oldest son of our well-known town resident Christian Duerrwaechter. He was born and raised in Schleswig. He left the area about 20 years ago and settled near Plainview, Minnesota, where he owns a farm and works near by at the joiner (wood worker) trade. He reached the age of 52 years and leaves behind, besides his wife and eight children, his grieving fathcr and several siblings. The burial will take place on Friday, at Plainview. His brother Otto Duerrwaechter, left yesterday to attend the funeral. Kiel Record - 1915

DUFFY, IRENE POISON, TAKEN BY MISTAKE FOR HEADACHE TABLET, CAUSE DEATH OF FORMER LOCAL Miss Irene Duffy, Graduate of 1913 Here, Dies at Milwaukee as Result of Bi-Chloride of Mercury Taken by Mistake a Week ago- Message Causes Sorrow Bi-chloride of mercury, one of the deadliest of poisons, taken by mistake for a headache tablet a week ago caused the death of Miss Iren (sic) Duffy, a former Manitowoc girl, at Milwaukee last night. Messages received today announced the death of Miss Duffy at a Milwaukee hospital, and the news was received with profuond (sic) sorrow by a large circle of friends. Miss Duffy was 20 years of age. The fatal potion was given Miss Duffy by a younger sister whom she had asked to secure a headache tablet for her. The headache tablets were in a cabinet where a brother of Miss Duffy had placed a small box of bi-chloride of mercury tablets which he had been given for use in treatment of boils on his arm and by mistake one of these was given to Miss Duffy who, believing it to be headache medicine, swallowed the tablet. She was taken ill and removed to the hospital where physicians, after learning the character of the tablet taken, said that there was no hope of recovery. Bi-chloride of mercury is usually put up in 7 1/2 grain tablets and physicians say that one is sufficient to cause the death of three persons and that there is no known remedy for the poison. A few years ago the country was stirred by the story of a Georgia millionaire's fight for life against the poison. Miss Duffy was a daughter of Mrs. Mary Schaefer, nee Mary Duffy, who up to a few months ago was a resident of this city and engaged in the hotel business. Miss Duffy graduated from the local schools in 1913 and attended Milwaukee Normal school. She had made her home here most of her life and since the marriage of her mother at Milwaukee, had resided there. Besides her mother she is survived by three brothers; Frank, Lawrence and Ralph and one sister, Eillien. It is presumed that the burial will be held at Milwaukee. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, March 7, 1916 P.1

DUKELOW, MARGARET From the Manitowoc Herald, 28 Jul 1859: Margaret Dukelow died in Calumet co., the daughter of Richard White.

DUMKE, CAPT. A.F. From Der Nord Westen, 07 June 1906: Word was received from Milwaukee on Monday that Capt. A.F. Dumke had died here Sunday evening at age 81. Mr. Dumke, who lived so many years in our city, was well-known and well thought of here and in Manitowoc County, and enjoyed the affection and esteem of everyone. Many years ago he operated a machine shop here which was patronized by everyone. During the war he served in Co. B, 9th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, a company that was made up almost exclusively of men from this county and which he served as Captain. The veterans of that company have revered their Captain till this day. Many years ago, as the infirmities of age made themselves known, he sold his machine shop, which had become an axe factory, and moved to Milwaukee to spend the rest of his days there…. The flag is at half-mast in the local hall of the G.A.R., to which Capt. Dumke belonged. His funeral was held in Milwaukee.

DUVALL, MRS. JOSEPH From Der Nord Westen, 28 May 1908: It has been reported from Kewaunee that Mrs. Joseph Duvall, a daughter of Mrs. M.E. Bleser here, died there Sunday morning of blood poisoning which resulted from an appendix operation. Mr. D.B. Bleser, a brother of the deceased, had been notified Saturday of his sister's critical condition and with his mother immediately traveled to Kewaunee, arriving a few hours before her death. She was 49 years old and in addition to her husband, leaves 2 children from her first marriage, as well as her sorrowing mother and several sisters. The funeral was held yesterday in Kewaunee.

DUWE, MRS. WILHELM From Der Nord Westen, 28 Jan. 1892: Death of 44 yr. old Mrs. Wilhelm Duwe in Forrestville. She leaves 7 children.

ECKERT, ANTON From Der Nord Westen, 14 May 1896: Death in Ahnapee, Kewaunee Co., Thurs. last week, of Anton Eckert, a former resident of Manitowoc and well known to many of our readers. The deceased was born 01 Sept. 1820 in Grasslitz, Austria, and came to America in 1854, settling in Manitowoc where he was a resident for 36 yrs. About 5 yrs. ago, he moved to Ahnapee where his funeral will take place Sat. afternoon at the Ahnapee Catholic Church. His widow and children have our sympathy.

ECKES, MAX Max Eckes, Former Kiel Musician, Dies Suddenly A former Kiel resident, Max Eckes, 70, of St. Cloud, died Tuesday of a sudden heart attack while attending the funeral of Ronald Knier at St. Isidore’s church hall. Knier was the victim of a traffic crash on the Ohio turnpike December 19. Mr. Eckes, a veteran St. Cloud printer and sign painter, who published a weekly shopping paper in that area, also organized and directed community bands in various Fond du Lac and Calumet County communities. He ran a printing establishment in Kiel which was located in the Commercial Printery building and later over Kretsch Bros. He directed the Kiel band and also conducted the first high school orchestra. A man of multiple interests and talents, he was also the first to bring motion pictures to Kiel. A native of Oshkosh, he was born April 5, 1888, a son of the late Henry and Margaret Knickel Eckes. He married Mary Hanke of Hayton, May 24, 1910. He was a member of Fond du Lac Council 664, Knights of Columbus, and the Holy Name Society of St. Cloud Catholic Parish. Surviving, in addition to his wife, are a brother, Fred, of Hayton and a step-sister, Mrs. John Retterath, Fond du Lac. A brother preceded him in death. Services were held Friday at St. Cloud church, the Rev. Roman Stoffel officiating. Burial was in the parish cemetery.

EHRLICH, VERA MCCARTY Vera McCarty Ehrlich, 95, formerly of Tamarack House, a resident of Sunny Ridge Health Care and Rehabilitation Center for the last 2 1/2 years, went home to be with her Lord Friday evening, May 14, 2004. Vera was born June 13, 1908, in the Town of Schleswig, to John and Elizabeth (Uhl) Rosenbauer. On Nov. 21, 1925, Vera and Milton McCarty were united in marriage. He preceded her in death on Feb. 1, 1949. On March 31, 1951, Vera and Gustav Ehrlich were united in marriage at the First Presbyterian Church in Sheboygan. He preceded her in death on July 1, 1969. Vera was a faithful member of Grace Lutheran Church in Haven and continued attending church services at Tamarack and at Sunny Ridge. She was an avid Green Bay Packers and Milwaukee Brewers fan and her hobbies included crocheting, cooking, gardening and traveling to the Grand Ole Opry. She was a good sheepshead and cribbage player and enjoyed socializing with her friends, but her family was her pleasure and the loving focus of her life. Vera is survived by a daughter-in-law, a sister, Helen Spannagle of Sheboygan; grandchildren, great-grandchildren, a stepson, a stepdaughter, step-grandchildren, step great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren. In addition to her husbands, Vera was preceded in death by her son, Larry McCarty; a great-granddaughter, Brianna; five sisters; and one brother. Funeral services will be held at 7 p.m. Monday, May 17 at Ballhorn Chapels. The Rev. Ron D. Pederson, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church in Haven, will officiate. A time of visitation and support will be held from 4 p.m. until the time of service. Burial will take place in Sheboygan Falls Cemetery. A memorial fund has been established in Vera’s name for Grace Lutheran Church in Haven. Vera’s family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the staff of 2 South at Sunny Ridge for their love and kindness and care. Vera will always be remembered for her spunky personality and the love she shared for her family. She will be dearly missed. The Sheboygan Press, May 16, 2004

EICHHORN, CHRISTIAN Called By Death Death claimed Christian Eichhorn at his home on Fourth street in this city on Sunday morning at 9:45; after a lingering illness. The cause of his demise was paralysis of the brain. Decedent was born in the town of New Holstein, April 13, 1860, where he grew to manhood. He was married in 1886 to Bertha Quante, after which the couple resided on a farm in the town of New Holstein until four years ago, when they came to Kiel. The survivors are his widow, six children and 9 grandchildren; also one sister. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon, from the home. Interment took place in the New Holstein cemetery, Rev. W. Rech officiating.

EICHHORN, SOPHIE From Der Nord Westen, 12 July 1906: Death in Milwaukee last week of Mrs. Sophie Eichhorn (nee Hoepner), a former resident of Two Rivers, after a 2-year illness. She leaves her husband and 3 grown children.

EICHMANN, GOTTFRIED DANIEL From Der Nord Westen, 11 Oct. 1894: On Thurs. of last week, Hermann Eichmann of Manitowoc, received news that his father, who lived in Watertown, Gottfried Daniel Eichmann, had died at age 78. Mr. Eichmann promptly traveled to Watertown to make the funeral arrangements.

EISERT, CONRAD (22 Nov 1819 – 5 Nov 1908) Conrad Eisert, who died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Orth, Thursday morning, Nov. 5th, 1908, was born in Germany, Nov. 22nd, 1819; he came to America in 1854, and settled in Manitowoc Co., Wis., where he continued to reside until about fourteen years ago, when he came to Colby, Clark Co., Wis. to live. Since the death of his wife nine years ago, he has resided with his daughters. He was a faithful member of the Catholic Church and highly respected by all who knew him. He leaves to mourn his death three daughters, Mrs. Wm. Hopple and Mrs. John Orth of this place, and Mrs. Peter Phillips of Kaukauna, and one son, residence not known. The funeral was held from St. Mary’s Church, Saturday morning, conducted by Rev. J. Schramm. The out of town relatives present were: Adam Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Grow, Mrs. Miller, Jos. Stein, Peter Brust, John Wagner and Mrs. Adam Stein of Manitowoc Co., Mr. and Mrs. Peter Engeldinger of Marshfield, Mrs. Mary Majeski of Wausau, and Miss Kate Orth of St. Paul. Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 11/12/1908

EISERT, ISEDORE (IKE) Isedore (Ike) Eisert, 81, 4090 Hillcrest Rd., Oneida, died early this morning, Nov. 2, 1992, at a local hospital. He was born June 1, 1911 in School Hill to the late Mr. and Mrs. George Eisert. On Oct. 2, 1984, he married the former Helen DeMuth Kielbasa. He was employed by McDonald Lumber Co. for 43 years. Mr. Eisert was a past member of the Moose Lodge and was a member of St. Joseph parish, Oneida. Survivors include his wife, Helen; one sister, Mrs. Rose Roberts, Medford; nine nieces and nephews; man great-nieces and nephews; one stepdaughter, ; three step-grandsons (names omitted for privacy). He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers, John, Peter and Nick Eisert; and one sister Theresa. Friends may call at Blaney Funeral Home, 1521 Shawano Ave., from 4 to 9 p.m Tuesday. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Blaney Funeral Home. Green Bay Press Gazette, Mon. Nov. 2, 1992, p. A12, c. 3 ******* Isedore (Ike) Eisert, 81, 4090 Hillcrest Rd., Oneida, died early Monday morning, Nov. 2, 1992 at a local hospital. Friends may call at Blaney Funeral Home, 1521 Shawano Ave. from 4 to 9 p.m. today. Parish wake service at 7 p.m. Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Oneida with the Rev. George Lenzner officiating. Burial will be in Ft. Howard Cemetery. Green Bay Press Gazette, Tues. Nov. 3, 1992, p. A5, c. 1

EISERT, KATHARINA (19 Feb 1824 – 11 Feb 1899) The wife of Conrad Eisert of the town of Hull, Marathon Co., died Saturday, Feb. 11th, 1899, the funeral was held from St. Kilian’s Church, Monday. Mrs. Eisert was quite an elderly lady and is survived by her aged husband and several daughters, among whom are Mrs. Peter Engledinger, and Mrs. John Orth of the town of Colby, Clark Co., and Mrs. Wm. Happle of the town of Hull. The relatives failed to furnish the necessary data for an obituary. Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 02/16/1899

EISERT, NICK Eisert, Nick F. age 79, Apr. 6. Beloved husband of Helen (nee Lasota), dear father of three sons and three daughters (names omitted for privacy), dear brother of Isedore (Jenny) and Rose Roberts, dear son-in-law of Kate Lasota, dear brother-in-law of Mary Eisert, 23 grandchildren, other relatives and friends. Nick was a self-employed mason contractor for 35 yrs. and a member of the Bricklayers, Masons and Marble Masons Local 8. In lieu of flowers, memorials appreciated. Funeral 9:15 a.m. Mon. from the funeral home to St. Albert’s Church, at 9:30 a.m. In state 4 p.m. Sun. Vigil 7:30 p.m. Interment Holy Cross. Aug. J. Abe-Larsen Bros. W. Villard at N. 37th. Milwaukee Journal, Sat. Apr. 8, 1978, p. B6, c. 1

EISERT, PETER C. Age 83 years, Jan. 19, 1978, beloved husband of Mary (nee Hohler), dear father of a daughter and a son (names omitted for privacy); dear brother of Nick (Helen) Eisert, Rose Roberts and Isedore Eisert; further survived by 13 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Funeral Mon. 9:30 a.m. from the Max A. Sass & Sons Funeral Home to St. John Evangelist Catholic Church at 10 a.m. Interment Mt. Olivet cemetery. Mr. Eisert was former member of Brick Layers Union No. 8. Parish vigil Sun. 7:30 p.m. In state Sun. 4-9 p.m Max A. Sass & Sons, 1515 W. Oklahoma Ave. Milwaukee Journal, Sun. Jan. 22, 1978, p. B2, c. 1

EISLER, JAMES From Der Nord Westen, 16 Sept. 1909: James Eisler, a former resident of our city who has lived in Chicago for many years, died there Thursday last week at age 49 leaving a widow and 2 children.

EISNER, MR. From Der Nord Westen, 02 Apr. 1896: (From the correspondent in Centerville, 01 Apr.) Death last week in Sheboygan, of Mr. Eisner, father of Mrs. Otto Wunsch.

ELLIS, E. HOLMES From Der Nord Westen, 13 Dec. 1906: Word was received today from Green Bay that 80-year old E. Holmes Ellis had died there. Mr. Ellis was the first District Attorney of Manitowoc County.

ENGELS, CARL From Der Nord Westen, 18 Jan. 1900: Death in Milwaukee on Sat. of Carl Engels of dropsy. He was born in Thiensville in 1853, came to Manitowoc with his parents where his father worked as a brewmaster in the Rahr Brewery. Later he took a position in Milwaukee and worked for the firm of James H. Morgan & Co. for many years. In addition to his widow he leaves 3 children, one brother and 4 sisters. His funeral was held yesterday in Milwaukee.

ERDLITZ, FRANZISKA From Der Nord Westen, 11 Jan. 1906: It is reported from Menominee, Michigan, that Mrs. Franziska Erdlitz died last Friday following a long illness. Mrs. Erdlitz, who was born in Austria in 1829, formerly lived in Branch in our county, but moved to Menominee 26 years ago where she has lived ever since. She was the mother of former Mayor Erdlitz of Menominee, in addition to whom she is survived by another 3 children. Her husband, Joseph Erdlitz, preceded her in death several years ago. The funeral was held Monday morning in Menominee.

ERDLITZ, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 20 Mar. 1902: It is reported in the "Pioneer and Volksfreund" of Menominee, Michigan, that Attorney John Erdlitz, brother of our Mayor Frank Erdlitz, died Wed. last week of consumption. The deceased was born in Manitowoc but went to Menominee as a boy, resided a long time in Whitney, Indiana, and moved back to Menominee last autumn. He leaves a widow and a 6-yr. old daughter.

ERNST, OTTO From Der Nord Westen, 20 Sep. 1900: Death on Wed. last week in Sheboygan of Otto Ernst, father-in-law of our Fire Chief August Dueno.

ETRINGER, MARIA MAGDALENE From Der Nord Westen, 26 Apr. 1900: Death in Minneapolis on 15 Apr. of Mrs. Maria Magdalene Etringer, a longtime resident of Two Rivers, at age 77 of pneumonia.