FABER, NORMA B. Norma B. Faber, 93, formerly of Spring Lake Road, Kiel (School Hill), died peacefully Friday afternoon, Nov. 21, 2003, at Calumet Homestead Rehabilitation Center, where she had been a resident for the past year. She is the former Norma Broehm, born Oct. 18, 1910, in Forest Junction, daughter of the late August and Albertina Schley Broehm. Norma attended Holmes School in Forest Junction. On Sep. 28, 1928, she married Raymond Schmahl in Neenah. The couple farmed in Collins until his death in 1943. In 1947, she married Lester A. Ott. The couple farmed in School Hill until 1973, when Lester preceded her in death. In 1982, she married Milton Faber. The couple traveled extensively in Europe and the U.S. until his death in 1990. Norma was employed at the Salvatorian Center in St. Nazianz and New Holstein for over 20 years until her retirement. She was a member of St. Peter's United Church of Christ, Kiel. Norma was a volunteer at Family Services Association in Manitowoc and later at the Stoelting House in Kiel. Norma was defined by her love of singing, beginning as a youngster at Forest Junction and all through her life. She enjoyed playing cards, gardening and cooking. Survivors include three daughters, and 10 grandchildren. Norma is further survived by 16 great-grandchildren; one sister, and one sister-in-law. She was preceded in death by six brothers; one sister; one son-in-law, Gilbert Schneider; and four infant grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 25 at St. Peter's U.C.C., Kiel, with the Rev. Raymond C. Coombs officiating. Burial will be in the Brillion Community Cemetery. Friends may call at the church on Tuesday from 9 a.m. until the time of service. A memorial has been established in her name for the St. Peter's U.C.C. Endowment Fund. The family of Norma would like to give a special thank you to the Rev. Raymond Coombs for his many visits and compassion and to the staff and nurses at Calumet Homestead for the care and love given to her over the past year. The Meiselwitz-Vollstedt Funeral Home of Kiel is serving the family. The Sheboygan Press, Nov. 23, 2003
FAHNENSTOCK, ANNA From Der Nord Westen, 09 May 1901: don't have Death Sun. in Cahoes, N.Y., of Mrs. Fr. Fahnenstock nee Anna Lehmkuhl at age 52. She is survived by her husband and 4 daughters as well as many relatives here and in Town Newton.
FAUST, ERNST Death Of Ernst Faust. Jacob Faust, whose brother Ernst recently died at his home in Seattle, Wash., handed the Record a newspaper clipping of the man's death. Mr. Faust was found dead by a woman who lives next door to his home. He was lying on the floor, and his daughter Laura, 18 years old, was unconsious on the bed above him. Two gas heaters were burning in the house, which was tightly closed. The rooms were filled with gas fumes, which caused the death of Mr. Faust. The daughter was taken to the hospital; after she recovered she stated that she fainted after finding her father dead, and knew no more until she was revived at the hospital. Mr. Faust was 52 years old and a member of the Seattle police department for 12 years. His wife died three years ago. He lived in Milwaukee and in Minnesota before locating in the west. Besides his brother, Jacob Faust of the town of Schleswig, he leaves the following relatives in this vicinity; Anton Roeder of St. Anna, brother-in-law, and Mrs. Jos. Dickrell of St. Anna, Mrs. Geo. Hoefler of the town of New Holstein, and Mrs. Lizzie Mirsberger of Elkhart Lake, sister-in-laws. - 1923
FEHRING, CHARLES From Der Nord Westen, 20 June 1901: Death in Antigo last week of 41-yr. old Charles Fehring, a former resident here. The deceased, who had moved to Antigo about 13 yrs. ago, ran a cigar business there.
FENN, CLARENCE F. Clarence F. Fenn, 49, brother of Wallace O. Fenn, Kiel, passed away Saturday morning at St. Nicholas Hospital, Sheboygan, following a long illness. He is also survived by his wife, his mother, and a sister, all of Sheboygan, as well as six step-sons and two step-granddaughters. Unknown Newspaper, 1971 handwritten on the obituary
FETZER, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 10 May 1900: Death Wed. last week in Sturgeon Bay of John Fetzer, former resident of Forrestville, but originally from our county. The deceased, a brother-in-law of John Staudt here, was 60 years of age.
FICK, MRS. PETER A sad accident, which caused the death of Mrs. Peter Fick of Louis Corners, occurred on highway 32, four miles east of Kiel, Sunday morning at about 10:30, while she was on her way to church. The Ford coupe which she was driving, and a Chevrolet touring car driven by Paul Albrecht, and also occupied by Alvin Voss, both of Meeme, collided. Mrs. Fick was traveling south on the town road and Mr. Albrecht was going west on highway 32. When she came near the crossing of the highway, Mrs. Fick stopped to let off her grandson, Walter Bub, and she had driven half way across the intersection when the rear wheel of her car was struck by the Chevrolet, which came over the top of the hill. The young men did not see Mrs. Fick until it was too late to avoid the accident. The crossing cannot be seen before reaching the top of the hill. Mrs. Fick was thrown against the door of her coupe by the force of the impact which caused it to open and permit her to be thrown out of the car. Her feet caught in the door and she was dragged over the ground when the car swung around, striking her head on a stone. Physicians from Kiel and Manitowoc authorities were called while Mrs. Fick was taken to the farm home of John Voss, Jr., where she died a short time later. A coroner’s jury, which was drawn Monday, and will be called on to fix the blame for the death of Mrs. Fick, consists of the following: Rud. Greve, Geo. Meyer, Erwin Boeselager, Edgar Burkhardt, Alb. Wagenknecht, and C. A. Wallman. Monday afternoon they were taken by Sheriff Ed. Kasten to view the remains of Mrs. Fick at the Meiselwitz undertaking parlors, and from there they went to the spot where the accident occurred. They also viewed the two wrecked cars that were in the accident. The inquest will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the court house at Manitowoc. Arthur Bub, another grandson of Mrs. Fick, who was also in the car, was not injured. The deceased, nee Minnie Faber, was born in the town of Wayne, Washington county, 54 years ago, on Aug. 16, 1872. Her marriage to Mr. Fick took place 33 years ago. Only a short time ago they sold their store and saloon in Millhome and moved to Howards Grove, from where they came to Louis Corners, having purchased the general store of Haarman & Livingston. Mrs. Fick is survived by her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Erdman Reichert of this city, and Mrs. Walter Bub of Louis Corners; two brothers, Philip Faber of Milwaukee, and Charles of Roseman; and two sisters, Mrs. Albert Krueger of Theresa, and Mrs. John Phils of Sheboygan Falls. The funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Town Rhine church, with burial in the adjoining cemetery. Rev. Thomas officiated. - 1926
FISCH, PETER M. From Der Nord Westen, 15 Dec. 1904: Death in Waukesha on Fri. of 39-yr. old Peter M. Fisch, a former resident of Manitowoc, from a stroke. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fisch, still reside on Lake Shore Road near Manitowoc. The deceased was a printer and had learned his trade in the Nord Westen office. For many years he was foreman in the composing room of the “Milwaukee Herald”. In addition to his parents he is survived by a widow but no children.
FITZSIMMONS, RIC (Mr. Kugler's son-in-law) From Der Nord Westen, 08 Oct. 1903: There were heavy winds and high rains last Sat. evening, but little local damage. The worst result of the storm was the sinking of the small passenger vessel "Hackley" in Green Bay in which 11 people died, including Ric Fitzsimmons of Jacksonport, a former resident of Manitowoc County and son-in-law of Adolph Kugler in Manitowoc Rapids. He leaves a widow (the daughter of Mr. Kugler) and 4 children. The Goodrich Steamer "Sheboygan" which came across the site of the incident Sun. morning, saved 4 crew members and 5 passengers who had clung to the wreckage.
FLEISCHER, MAX From Der Nord Westen, 09 Oct. 1902: Henry Hinrichs received the sad news yesterday that his nephew, Max Fleischer, had died in Chicago following an operation.
FLUHR, JOHN F. John F. Fluhr, 80, of 42 E. Grand St., Chilton, died at Appleton Memorial Hospital early today after a lingering illness. He was born in the Town of Schleswig, Manitowoc County, on Sept. 1, 1893, a son of the late Frederick and Catherine Balz Fluhr. He attended district school in Schleswig. On Sept. 22, 1923 he married Marie M. Krautkremer, at Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Kiel. The couple celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in September. Mr. Fluhr was an electrician for Kretsch Brothers Inc., Electrical Contractors, Kiel, for 10 years and later was employed as a service man for the Wisconsin Public Service Corp., Chilton, for 30 years, retiring in 1958. He was a veteran of World War I, a member of Grassold-Schmidlkofer American Legion Post 125, Chilton, and of World War I Barracks 2255. Survivors are his widow, two sons, four daughters, 20 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; two step-grandchildren and a great-step-grandchild; a sister, Mrs. Fred Steffen of Wausau, and a brother Edwin of New Holstein. (Survivors edited for privacy) Unknown Paper December 18, 1973
FLYNN, PATRICK The subject of the subjoined clipping from the Manitowoc Pilot is the father of Capt. James Flynn, of this city: Patrick Flynn died at his home in this city on Saturday last at the advanced age of 88 years. He was born in Ireland in the stirring period of 1798, but came to America while quite young. He settled in Two Creeks when that town numbered but few inhabitants and the “Flynn homestead” was a pleasant place for neighbors to congregate, and even the traveler often enjoyed the hospitality of the generous family. Mr. Flynn was always a man of great physical strength and his exceptionally good habits brought him a green old age. He was a man of superior intelligence and his love for history was almost intense in its earnestness. No other topic of conversation gave him more pleasure and when in the company of persons whom he thought conversant with historical matters he always sought to increase his store of knowledge. Some years ago he sold his farm in Two Creeks and took up his residence in Two Rivers. Later he lived in Manitowoc. He was the father of a large family, Mrs. B.H.M [illegible, possibly Muesch] of this city, is one of his daughters. His funeral took place on Monday. [Anhapee Record, 11 Nov. 1886] Buried at St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery, Algoma, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin
FOLEY, MABEL O. Mrs. Mabel O. Foley, 58, former Mishicot resident, of 3270 N. 83rd St., Milwaukee, died Monday night in that city. Funeral services were at 9 a.m. Wednesday at J.H. Becker Funeral Home, Milwaukee, and at 9:30 a.m. at Mother of Good Counsel Catholic Church. Burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery, Milwaukee. The former Mabel Mott was born at Mishicot, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mott, and after her marriage to Joseph Foley moved to Milwaukee. Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Joseph Maticek and Mrs. David Bley of Milwaukee; brother Lester Mott; four sisters, Mrs. Harry Thomas and Mrs. Vernon Byle of Milwaukee, Mrs. Walter Fuetterer of Westchester, Ill., and Mrs. Frank Doerr of Brookfield, Ill. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. February 11, 1960 P. 19
FORTIER, MRS. NELSON Mrs. N. Fortier died at her home in Oconto on Saturday morning last. About three weeks ago Mrs. Fortier was prostrated with a severe attack of diarrhea, and for a period of nearly a fortnight her case wore a very serious aspect. A little over a week ago she showed signs of recovery and so fast did she appear to regain her health that her mother, who nursed her in her sickness, thinking that her daughter was out of all danger and would soon be well, came home last Thursday evening. But the hopeful appearances proved deceptive. The hand of Death was upon her, but was stayed for a moment. And at an early hour last Saturday morning her spirit winged its flight to that region from whence no traveler returns. Mrs. Fortier was a young woman not over 25 or 26 years of age. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Craite of this town. She was married to Nelson Fortier about five years ago, since when she has lived in Oconto. She was a very amiable lady and was endeared to all who knew her. She leaves a husband and an infant child to mourn her departure, besides a large number of relatives and friends. Her funeral occurred yesterday and was attended by a number of her relatives from this town. Manitowoc Co. Chronicle (Two Rivers), Mar. 2, 1886
FRAMPTON, HENRIETTA (PESERIK) Mrs. Henrietta (Peserik) Frampton of Chicago died Wednesday in Mac Lean Memorial Hospital, Berwyn, Ill., after a short illness. Funeral services were Friday. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. April 21, 1970
FRANZ, EMMA Word has been received of the death last Saturday at Perris, Calif., of Mrs. Emma Franz, 64, a former resident of Cleveland, Manitowoc County. Funeral services took place in California. She was born Emma Siggelkow in Centersville in 1888, and in 1908 was married to George Franz. Her husband died six years ago. Surviving are two sons, Marvin of Pomona, Calif., Edgar at Los Angeles, and a daughter, Mrs. John Bautherie of Perris, and eight grandchildren. Two Rivers Reporter, Sat., 21 March 1953
FRANZ, ROLAND Roland H. Franz, age 84, of St. Petersburg, Fla., died Thursday, Oct. 23, 2003 at Seminole Nursing Pavilion under hospice care. Born in Mishicot, he moved to the St. Petersburg area in 1955. He was a dairy farmer for 18 years in Mishicot and owned motels, restaurants and bars in St. Petersburg. He retired 15 years ago. Survivors include his wife of 64 years; three sons; four daughters; two brothers; and four sisters: Caroline Haag, Gertrude Oswald, Alice Brunner and Emily Fricke, all of Wisconsin; 13 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren; and seven great-great- grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents: Herman and Rosa Bonfigt Franz; and one sister: Lucille Wilfert. National Cremation Society, St. Petersburg, assisted the family with funeral arrangements. Herald Times Reporter, Nov. 7, 2003 (sent in by researcher/see contributors page)
FRANZMEIER, PAUL, REV. The Rev. Paul Franzmeier, 56, of rural Norwood, Minn., died Tuesday morning at Waconia Hospital, Waconia, Minn., where he had been a patient six weeks. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at St. John Evangelical and Reformed Church, Norwood, and at 2 p.m. Friday at Immanuel Zion Church, Rt. 2, Greenwood, Wis. Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery. The Rev. Mr. Franzmeier was born April 19, 1903, at Newton, Wis., son of the late Carl and Charlotte Gosse Franzmeier. He was graduated from Mission House Seminary, Sheboygan, and served at Greenwood, Wis., and New Albin, Iowa, before his present assignment. Currently he served the congregations of St. John at Norwood and the Zion Church at Chaska, Minn. He married the former Esther Humke at Greenwood, Wis., Jan. 21, 1931. She preceded him in death three years ago. Survivors include two sons, Richard of Minneapolis, Minn., and Donald of Lansing, Mich.; sisters, Mrs. Edmund Nass and Miss Meta Franzmeier of Manitowoc; and two grandchildren. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. January 27, 1960
FRONEK, EMMA MRS. JOHN FRONEK DIED LAST NIGHT Wife of Langlade County Assemblyman Succumbs to Long Illness Mrs. John Fronek, 47, passed away at her home in the town of Ackley Monday evening at 11 o'clock after an illness of about a year or more. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at St. Mary Catholic church. The Rev. Emil Shimek will conduct the services, and on Saturday morning at 9 o'clock he will celebrate a solemn requiem high mass. Burial will take place at the Stengl cemetery. Emma Honzik was born October 27, 1883, in the town of Gibson, Manitowoc county. She lived there until she was sixteen years of age, when the family moved to Antigo to make their hom. She has lived in this vicinity ever since. On October 10, 1904, she was united to John Fronek at Antigo. To this union seven children were born. They are: Harry, Mrs. George Steber (Clara), John, Edward, Norman, Erwin and Raymond, all of the town of Ackley. She is also survived by her father, Wenzel Honzik, Manitowoc; four sisters: Mrs. Emil Kloida, Mrs. Frank Kuntiz(sic), and Mrs. Mary Cholupka(sic), Manitowoc, and Mrs. John Blaha, Antigo; and four brothers: Anton Honzik and Wenzil Honzik, town of Gibson; and George Honzik of Manitowoc. Her mother preceded her in death by about eight years. The Antigo Daily Journal, Antigo, Langlade Co., WI, Thursday, June 2, 1931
FROSCH, MARY From Der Nord Westen, 31 Oct. 1901: Death Mon. in Rockland, Mich., of Miss Mary Frosch, the 17-yr. old daughter of Henry Frosch, who had formerly lived here but moved to Rockland, Mich. a few months ago. The young lady died of consumption.
FRUEDAL, MINNIE From Der Nord Westen, 03 Oct. 1901: Mrs. Minnie Fruedal of Milwaukee, who has been visiting her brother John Schwartz here since 10 Sep., died in his residence on Mon. She was 24.
GABOURIE, Ralph J. Former Resident Dies. Ralph J. Gabourie, 71, died Sunday at St. Joseph hospital, Milwaukee where he had been making his home. Mr. Gabourie was a former resident of Kiel. He was born October 13, 1895 in Escanaba, Michigan. He was associated with A.A. Laun for ...ty years. He was a former director of the Citizens State Bank. Survivors include his wife, Carolyn, a son Ralph, Jr., three grandchildren and a brother and two sisters. Funeral services were held Tuesday at St. Ann's Church, Escanaba and burial was in Holy Cross cemetery of that city. (no newspaper named, March 1967)
GANNON, MRS. JOHN Mrs. John Gannon of Bancroft, Iowa died on January 5. She and her husband were formerly residents of Maple Grove. Mrs. Gannon is a sister of Circuit Court Clerk Nolan. Manitowoc Pilot, Thursday, January 18, 1894 P. 3
GARFIELD, JOHN John Garfield who resided in this city over twenty years, died last week at his home in Menasha. John was for many years engineer in the old Jones sawmill and many of our citizens will hear of his death with regret. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, September 28, 1886 P.4
GARTZKE, MRS. GUSTAV From Der Nord Westen, 26 Nov. 1903: Last Mon. Mrs. Gustav Gartzke of Centerville went to Milwaukee to undergo an operation, but died that evening. The deceased, who was 41, leaves her husband and 5 children. The funeral was held Thurs. in Milwaukee.
GATES, GEORGE C. George C. Gates, age 70, of rural Wisconsin Dells, died, Saturday, February 10, 2001, at Hess Memorial Hospital, Mautson. Funeral Services were held at noon on Monday, February 12, 2001, at St. Ann’s Catholic Church, with Father Daniel Kelly officiating. Interment was in the Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Brooks. George was born July 8, 1930, in Chicago, Ill, son of George and Mae (Plozinski) Gates. He married Gerallyn Joyce Johnson, on October 7, 1950, in the Queen of Angels Church, Chicago. George worked as a service manager for Illinois Bell Telephone. He and Gerallyn moved to Adams County in 1993 from Belvidere Ill. George loved the environment and was a member of several groups helping it. He was also a member of St. Ann’s Catholic Church. (Survivors omitted for privacy) He was preceded in death by his father, George J. Gates, Two Rivers; his mother, Mae (Plozinski) Gates, Chicago, Ill.; and his step mother, Gertrude Gates, Two Rivers. Roseberry’s Funeral Home and Crematory assisted the family with arrangements Herald Times Reporter, February 23, 2001
GAUTHIER, MARTHA (HARRINGTON) Mrs. John Gauthier, 75, a resident of Fairport, Mich., for more than 50 years and a member of one of the earliest Two Rivers families, died at 3 a.m. Friday at the Cloverland Lodge Convalescent Home at Manistique, Mich., where she had been a patient for two years. She had been in failing health for a number of years. Funeral services will be at 9 a.m. Monday at St. John Catholic Church at Garden, Mich., with burial in Pioneers' Rest Cemetery, Garden. Mrs. Gauthier, nee Martha Harrington, was born at Two Rivers Jan. 10, 1885, a daughter of the late Capt. and Mrs. Joseph Harrington, early residents of Two Rivers' east side. She was married Oct. 11, 1906, to John Gauthier at Garden. He died at Munising, Mich., in 1957. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Clement Suhr of Two Rivers, Mrs. Evelyn De Vet and Mrs. Celestine Stielmacher of Manistique, Mrs. William McEachern of Cooks, Mich., and Mrs. Maynard Beaudry of Pontiac, Mich.; four sons, Ralph of Batchawana Bay, Canada, Roland of Fairport, Melvin of Holland, Mich., and Norbert of Waukegan, Ill.; two sisters, Mrs. Oliver Belonger and Mrs. Albert Tomcheck of Two Rivers; two brothers, John of Two Rivers and Edward Harrington of Manistique, 23 grand- children and five great grandchildren. Friends may call at Messier-Broullier Funeral Home, Manistique, after 2 p.m. Sunday where the Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. March 4, 1960 P. 5
GELLENGS, JOHN (Also Gellings) John Gellengs, 83, of 1709 Wisconsin Ave., New Holstein, died Saturday night at his home following an apparent heart attack. A resident of New Holstein four years, he was born April 30, 1889 in St. Nazianz, a son of the late John and Catherine Mueller Gellengs. Mr. Gellengs farmed until retiring to New Holstein. He married the former Clara Ehlenbeck on Oct. 22, 1940 at Holy Hill. She died in 1971. He was a member of Holy Rosary Catholic Church, New Holstein, and its Holy Name Society. Survivors include a step-daughter, and a brother, Alois, Manitowoc. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 9:45 a.m. at the Erbe- Evjen Funeral Home, New Holstein, and at 10:45 at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, the Rev. Ralph Hermsen, pastor, celebrant of the requiem Mass. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 4 p.m. Tuesday until the hour of services. A Holy Name Rosary will be held at 7:30 p.m. and a wake at 8 Tuesday at the funeral home. 22 July 1972 (no newspaper name)
GERARD, JOHN R. John R. Gerard, age 74, of Manitowoc, died unexpectedly Friday, April 14, 2000, at Froedert Memorial Hospital Wauwatosa, Wis. The Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 19, 2000, at St. Boniface Catholic Church, Manitowoc. Rev. Camillus Janas O.F.M. will officiate, with burial of his cremated remains later at Mason City, Iowa. John was born February 21, 1926, at Mason City, Iowa, son of Helen O’Donnell Gerard and the late Alfred J. Gerard. He grew up and was educated in Mason City, Iowa, graduating in 1942 from Holy Family Catholic Schools in Mason City Iowa. John enlisted in the United States Army Air Corp. and served from 1942-1946. He was married to Kathryn Lownsberry, November 15, 1947, at Mason City, Iowa. She preceded him in death in November 1994. He then married Delores Lehman on January 2, 1998, at Mason City, Iowa. John started working for the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad in 1947 until his retirement in 1988. In 1947, he moved to Milwaukee, Wis., where he resided until 1995. In 1995, John became a resident of Manitowoc. He enjoyed traveling and model railroading. He is a member of St. Boniface Catholic Church, Manitowoc. (Survivors omitted for privacy) He was preceded in death by his father, Alfred; his first wife, Kathryn; one sister, Shirley; two brothers-in-law Ed and George. Relatives and friends may call at St. Boniface Catholic Church, Manitowoc from 9-11 a.m. Wednesday. Reinbold & Pfeffer Family Funeral Home, Manitowoc is serving the family. Herald Times Reporter, April 17, 2000
GERL, JOSEPH From Der Nord Westen, 09 Sept. 1897: Death of Mr. Joseph Gerl, formerly a resident in Francis Creek but more recently residing with Anton Forster in Lanham, Nebraska, where he died during the night of 30/31 August. The deceased, who reached the age of 95 yrs. 6 mos. 18 days, had many warm friends here and in Nebraska. He was buried in Hannover, Kansas.
GIESE, AUGUST J. Set Funeral At Pound For Giese Burial Planned At De Pere Plot Funeral services for August J. Giese, 78, pioneer resident of route 2, Pound, who died Tuesday at Marinette General Hospital, will be held at 1 p.m. Friday in the Full Gospel Tabernacle. Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery at De Pere. The remains will be at the Rhodes Mortuary in Coleman from 10 a.m. Thursday until 10 a.m. Friday when they will be removed to the church. The Rev. Elmer Hoff will officiate. Mr. Giese was born August 30,1874, in Manitowoc County and was reared on a farm. He married the former Ida Winkler May 12, 1896 at Kasson, WI., and in 1903 the family moved to De Pere. In 1909 the Giese family moved to route 2, Pound, where Mr. Giese operated a farm until 1939 when he retired. Mrs. Giese died February 26, 1926. Mr. Giese is survived by three sons, Albert and Frank of Pound and John of Green Bay; and four daughters, Mrs. Hannah Stahl of Los Angeles, Mrs. Russell Walker and Mrs. Fred Pillath Jr., of Pound, and Miss Edna Giese of Cincinnati, Ohio; 23 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. January 24, 1953 (Note from researcher: His parents were Carolina Fisher-Fiedler and John Giese, they settled in Manitowoc) (contributed by researcher/see contributors page)
GILBERT, G.L. From Der Nord Westen, 08 Jan. 1903: Death Mon. in Clay Banks of 65-yr. old G.L. Gilbert, a former resident of Manitowoc. He leaves a widow and 4 children.
GILLESPIE, ROBERT Robert Gillespie, 55, of Pacific Beach, Calif., a former Two Rivers beauty parlor operator and Navy veteran of World War II, died Wednesday morning at Balboa Navy Hospital at nearby San Diego, Calif., where he had been living with his wife since the end of the war. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Pacific Beach Mortuary, 4710 Cass St., Pacific Beach, with burial at Rosecrans Navy Cemetery at San Diego. Born at Detroit, Mich., in 1905, Mr. Gillespie spent his earlier years in the Chicago area where his father was an early head football coach at Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. He married the former Theresa Bonk at Two Rivers in 1934 after which the couple operated a beauty parlor at Two Rivers for a number of years. He entered the Navy in World War II and remained on the west coast after the war. He was employed in government work at a San Diego firm. Besides his wife he leaves a brother, George, of Detroit and a number of nieces and nephews. A son, Patrick, died at Two Rivers in infancy. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. January 22, 1960
GILSDORF, MARGARET SLEEPING SICKNESS CLAIMS VICTIM The sleeping sickness or Encephalitis Lethargica, as it is called in medical profession, claimed its first victim in this county when on Monday morning at 6:30 o’clock Mrs. Joseph Gilsdorf passed away at the age of 27 years. These cases have been reported all over the civilized world, the first reports came apparently from Italy and Austria. In England it was made the object of extensive investigation by the Local Government Board. In this country, there have been reports in literature from widely separated places. It is a new disease and this was the first one in this vicinity. The first symptoms were that she had neuralgia and pains in the head; after several days brain symptoms manifested themselves. The attending physician recognized the nature of her illness when called for consultation on Friday, and called in an Appleton physician who also diagnosed the case as the sleeping sickness, he having a few cases of this nature. Everything in medical power was done to revive her but of no avail. She rallied at times until early Monday when she passed to her early reward. Mrs. Joe. Gilsdorf, nee Margaret Denzel, was born August 5th, 1893, at Kaukauna. At the age of four months her parents moved to St. John. She was married to Joseph Gilsdorf on October 28, 1919, at St. John and since that time resided on the Gilsdorf farm in this village. The funeral will take place Thursday morning at 10:00 o'clock from the house. Her funeral will be pathetic beyond expression, for not one as the last good-byes shall be said but will feel that a loss has been sustained for which there is no compensation. She is survived by her husband, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Denzel, and and one sister, Mary. Services will be held at 10:30 at St. Mary’s church with interment in St. Mary’s cemetery. - Hilbert Favorite Mr. and Mrs. Gilsdorf were residents of this village about a year ago.
GLAESER, KATHERINE M. Mrs. Katherine Glaeser, 82, formerly of 1021 Lincoln Ave., died this morning at Greendale Nursing Home, where she had resided for nine months. The former Katherine Henke was born July 9, 1902, in Kiel, daughter of Robert and Mary Dickrell Henke. She attended schools in Kiel. On Nov. 29, 1933, she and Paul Glaeser were married at Holy Name Catholic Church. Mr. Glaeser died March 3, 1985. Mrs. Glaeser was a member of Holy Name Catholic Church. (Survivors omitted for privacy) She was preceded in death by three sisters and one brother. The funeral Mass will be Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Holy Name Church. The Rev. James Hess, pastor, will be celebrant of the Mass, which will follow family rites at 9:30 a.m. at Kroos-Mason Funeral Home. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.
GLEASON, N.M. FATHER OF DR. C.M. GLEASON DIES, AGED 72 Died at Whitewater where Burial Is Held, Son Attending Funeral N.M. Gleason, a well known resident of Whitewater and father of Dr. C.M. Gleason, of this city, died at his home in Whitewater and burial was held in that city yesterday. Dr. Gleason being in attendance, returning today. Mr. Gleason was 72 years of age and had resided in Whitewater for many years, having been engaged in farming, near the city. He retired two years ago and had made his home in the city since. Besides his widow Mr. Gleason is survived by two children, Dr. Gleason of this city and Mrs. Fred Downing of Madison. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, January 5, 1916 P.5
GLIHSMANN, REUBEN (RUDIE) Reuben (Rudie) Glihsmann, formerly of Manitowoc, died December 26, at Oakland Park, Florida, where he made his home since 1960. Mr. Glihsmann was born December 17, 1915, son of the late Henry and Augusta Luebke Glihsmann. He married the former Evelyn Meissner Kraus on June 12, 1950. He served in the Army during World War II and was employed at Manitowoc Engineering before moving to Florida. (Survivors omitted for privacy) (no newspaper 1984)
GLOE, FRANCIS H. “SPEEDY” Francis H. “Speedy” Gloe, age 88, of Green Bay, died Saturday, October 23, 1999. The Mass of Christian Burial was 11 a.m. Tuesday (TODAY) at St. Patrick Catholic Church, 211 N. Maple St., Green Bay. The Rev. Thomas Golden officiated. Entombment will be in Allouez Mausoleum. He was born March 1, 1911, in Kewaunee to the late Louis & Elsie (Heap) Gloe. On November 12, 1938, he married Sylvia Salkowski at Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Kewaunee. He worked at Leyse Aluminum in Kewaunee and later worked at Kimberly Clark in Neenah. He also worked at Milprint in DePere until his retirement in 1976. After his retirement, he attended U.W.G.B. taking art courses. He was a former member of the Musician Union of Kewaunee and Appleton. He performed in Orchestras and had his own band “Gloe’s Orchestra” which was widely popular in Door County, Kewaunee Two Rivers and Manitowoc. He was active in various art clubs and was best known for his metal sculptures in the sanctuary of St. Patrick Catholic Church. During his retirement, he joined the Allouez Town Band and the Concert Band at U.W.G.B. Francis enjoyed going to casinos, and he especially partaking in his artwork and his music. (Survivors omitted for privacy) He was preceded in death by his wife, Sylvia; his parents; his brothers and sisters, Dorothy Phelps, Betty Mueller, Alberta Gloe and Lawrence Gloe. Visitation was held Monday night at the Blaney Funeral Home, and also Tuesday morning (TODAY) at the church, until the time of service at 11 a.m. The Blaney Funeral Home assisted the family with arrangements. The family would like to extend a special thank you to the staff at the Baird Home for the kindness, support love and care they gave to Francis during his stay. Herald Times Reporter, no date
GLOE, ROBERT A. Robert A. Gloe, of Beaver Dam and formerly of Manitowoc, died on Monday, Oct. 24, 2005, at his home. Private family services will be held at King Veteran’s Cemetery. Robert A. Gloe was born in Two Rivers, the son of August and Cecelia (Sievert) Gloe. On June 28, 1941, he was united in marriage to Edith M. Queram, who preceded him in death on Dec. 7, 1990. On Dec. 17, 1993, he was united in marriage to Mary E. Smith. Robert was a graduate of Lincoln High School, Manitowoc, in 1934, and attended the Manitowoc Business College and the University of Wisconsin. He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the artillery and the staff and general’s command from 1942 to 1946, attaining the rank of sergeant major. He was a member of the Manitowoc American Legion Post 88. Robert was the owner and operator of the Gloe Insurance Agency of Manitowoc for many years. He was a member of the FOE Aerie 706. He served as the secretary and noble grand of the IOOF Lodge 55. In his earlier years, Robert played in several Manitowoc area dance bands. He also played with several big bands including Lawrence Walk(sic) and, at one time, was the music arranger for Eddie Howard. His interest in dance band music continued throughout his lifetime and he accumulated one of the country’s largest and best collections of dance band records. He was an avid golfer and fisherman, member of the Manitowoc County Fish and Game Association and Distinguished past president of the Manitowoc Kiwanis Club. Robert was also an honorary member of the Manitowoc Musicians Association, former member of the Manitowoc Insurance Board and member of the U.S. Golf Association. He was also a new member of the Beaver Dam Senior Center and its band. (Survivors omitted for privacy) He was preceded in death by his parents; his first wife: Edith; and two brothers: James and William. Murray Funeral Home of Beaver Dam, is serving the family. Herald Times Reporter, Oct. 26, 2005
GLOE, WILLIAM A. William A. Gloe, a resident of York, Pa, died April 10, 2000, at his residence at the age of 75. Burial was in Fairfax Memorial Park, Fairfax, Va. He was born on June 4, 1924, in Two Rivers, son of August and Cecelia Sievert Gloe. Mr. Gloe was employed by the United state Government as a Metallurgical Engineer. He served in the Engineer’s Corps of the Army, during World War II. William attended the University of Wisconsin and the Kalamazoo Michigan College. (Survivors omitted for privacy) He was preceded in death by a son, Tom Gloe. Herald Times Reporter, May 4, 2000
GLOVER, ALICE WARBASSE MRS. GLOVER, WIDOW OF CITY PIONEER, DEAD Oldest Inmate of Milwaukee Protestant Home Passes Away There; Survived By Sister Mrs. Alice Warbasse Glover, 93, widow of a pioneer Manitowoc merchant who erected the Glover building here, one of the landmarks of the city in the pioneer days passed away on Wednesday at the Protestant Home for the Aged at Milwaukee and was buried there yesterday. She was the oldest resident of the home, having entered there in 1900. Services were held at the home Friday morning. The only surviving relative is a sister, Mrs. Harvey F. Hubbard, formerly a resident of this city but now located at Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Glover passed away in the same room which she has occupied since entering the home thirty years ago. Husband Erected Glover Bldg. Mrs. Glover was born May 7, 1836 at Newton, N.J. With her husband she located in Manitowoc, where Mr. Glover was one of the first business men. He erected the Glover block, a three story brick structure at the corner of Sixth and York streets, which still stands and is used as a furniture warehouse. Mr. Glover had one of the first dry goods stores in Manitowoc at that location, when much of the business activity of Manitowoc centered there, with the Windiate House, leading hotel of the town, across the street to the west. Before she became a resident of the Protestant home Mrs. Glover, herself, was active in institutional management. She was superintendent of St. John's Home for the Aged at Milwaukee and later she had charge of the Clergy house of All Saint's Cathedral. For years Mrs. Glover attended services at her church regularly-not only on Sundays but also the midweek services. She constantly sought uses for her time and refused "to grow too old or too feeble to keep busy." Mrs. Glover was well remembered by many of the older residents of Manitowoc. Manitowoc Herald News, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, March 1, 1930 P. 1
GLYNN, MRS. ARTHUR Mrs. Arthur Glynn, former student at the Kiel public school, and well known in this city, died at her home in West Allis Saturday after an illness of several weeks. Mrs. Glynn, nee DeLaHunt, was born in the town of Russell thirty-six years ago, the daughter of the late William and Mamie DeLaHunt, who died twenty years ago. Mrs. Glynn attended the Russell school and later attended high school in Kiel. She graduated from Glenbeulah high school and taught for several years in this vicinity. She is survived by seven children, one sister, Mrs. Willard Clark of Milwaukee, and three brothers, Thomas, William, and Robert, all of Milwaukee. Funeral services were held in West Allis. The deceased was a cousin of Mrs. Catherine Harkins of this city. - April 25, 1929
GOERES, THEODORE Died at Wausau Henry Goeres of Kiel was in the city Wednesday enroute for his home from Wausau where he had been called by the death of his brother, Theodore Goeres, who died in that city at the age of 80 years on Oct. 5th and was buried on the 9th inst. The deceased came to Kiel in 1859 from Germany and during the Civil War enlisted in company K of the Fourth Wisconsin cavalry as a blacksmith. He remained with the company until Aug. 22 ’65, when he was transferred to company F of the same regiment. After the war he returned to Kiel and again engaged in blacksmithing and continued there until 1868 when he moved to Wausau at which place he resided until called by death. He is survived by a son, four daughters and one brother.
GOLDBECK, ELSIE Mrs. Henry Goldbeck, 55, of Plymouth, died at 9 a.m. Friday at Plymouth Hospital following a lingering illness. Funeral services will be 9:30 a.m. Monday at Wittkopt Funeral Home, Plymouth, and at 10 a.m. at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Plymouth, the Rev. Lawrence Walske officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Goldbeck was born the former Elsie Loeble, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Leoble, Oct. 17, 1908 at St. Nazianz. She was educated at St. Gregory School, St. Nazianz. She was married at St. Gregory Catholic Church, St. Nazianz, to Henry Goldbeck April 7, 1931. After their marriage they moved to Chicago, residing there 30 years. The couple move to Plymouth in 1960. Survivors include her husband, two sons (Survivors omitted for privacy.) and six grandchildren. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home where the Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. October 19, 1963 P. 13
GOODENOW, SYLVESTER From Der Nord Westen, 11 Dec. 1902: Death of a heart attack in Los Angeles, Calif. on 01 Dec. of Sylvester Goodenow, a well-known former business man of our city. Many of our readers will clearly remember the deceased.
GOODNOW, ELIZA From Der Nord Westen, 25 June 1903: Death week before last in Los Angeles, Calif., of Mrs. Eliza Goodnow, a former resident of our city, at the age of 69. Her husband had preceded her in death a few months ago.
GOODWIN, BENJAMIN F. (CIVIL WAR VET) Benjamin F. Goodwin, Manitowoc, October 3, 1863. Enlisted September 2, 1861; Sergeant, First Sergeant; mustered out December 7, 1864; term expired. He married Elizabeth Smith (daughter of Daniel Smith, founder of Mishicot) He was born abt 1839 in Michigan d. 1898 She was born April 1842 in New York and died 1909 Not sure where they were married. They had three children Arthur B. Goodwin b. June 1867 in Wisconsin Grace C. Goodwin b. June 1874 in Minnesota and another child who was born and died before 1900 and did not appear on the 1880 census. They are buried in Riverside Cemetery, Winnebago, Verona Township, Fairbault County, MN
GRAHAM, CAROLINE From Der Nord Westen, 16 Apr. 1903: A telegram from Los Angeles, Calif. was received here Mon. reporting the passing of Mrs. Caroline Graham, wife of well-known Colonel Graham here. The deceased had moved here with her husband in 1888 where he worked as superintendent of the water works. Because Colonel Graham was ill recently, the elderly pair, who had observed their Golden Wedding Anniversary in 1900, traveled to Los Angeles to spend the winter with their son who lives there. Mrs. Graham was born 29 Jan. 1830 in Darlington, Penna., and in addition to her husband, is survived by 8 children of whom 2 live here - Mrs. C. Freeman and Mrs. Eva O'Geran, both widows.
GRASSOLD, THERESIA EDITOR: GRASSOLD'S: MOTHER DIES Mrs. Charles Grassold Passed Away at Milwaukee on Thursday of Last Week After a Brief Illness. The Times briefly mentioned last week the death of Mrs. Charles Grassold, the venerable mother of editor Joseph Grassold of The Wisconsin Democrat, which occurred at her home in Milwaukee Thursday Mar. 6th after an illness of two weeks, from the grippe. Theresia Boesewald was born July 27, 1838, in Baveria, Germany and in 1852 in company with her sister came to America locating at Milwaukee which place had been her home until her death with the exception of a short time when she resided at St. Lawrence, Washington county. On May 25, 1856, she was married to Chas. Grassold by Rev. Fr. H. J. Holzhuer at St. Joseph’s Catholic church in Milwaukee and the union was blessed with thirteen children, nine of whom are still living, two sons, editor Grassold of this city and Chas. Grassold, a printer at Kiel and seven daughters residents of Milwaukee. Mrs. Grassold celebrated her golden wedding anniversary in 1906. She was a woman who always enjoyed good health and took an active part in church work, being a working member of the church in which she was married over half a century ago. She was also a member or the St. Anna society of that congregation. The deceased has visited our city on different occasions and her pleasing, kindly manners made a lasting impression on those who made her acquaintance. The Times extends to editor Grassold and other relatives our deepest sympathy for there is no loss that compares with that of a devoted mother. The funeral was held on Monday from St. Joseph’s church, Milwaukee, with interment in Calvary cemetery. She is survived by her husdand and nine children.
GRAY, PATRICK From Der Nord Westen, 26 Sep. 1901: Death in Kaukauna on Mon. of Patrick Gray, a former resident of Town Meeme. The deceased, who was acquainted with many of our readers, was the father-in-law of our Court Clerk Patrick McMahon.
GREEN, MARY From Der Nord Westen, 03 Dec. 1891: Death last week in Milwaukee of Mrs. Mary Green, daughter of Mr. A. Rehbein of Manitowoc. Burial was in Milwaukee.
GREISINGER, JOHANN From Der Nord Westen, 21 Nov. 1889: Death of 35 yr. old Johann Greisinger in Millabore, Wood Co., on Sun. morning, 17 Nov. The deceased, who leaves a widow and 6 grieving children, was born in Bohemia. He came to America in 1872, worked first in Chicago and then came to Reedsville in this county where he operated a shoe business for 7 years. From Reedsville he went to Millabore. His death will be generally mourned.
GREUNKE, HERMAN Herman Greunke, 81 of Norfolk, Va., a former resident of Manitowoc, died Monday morning at home. Funeral services will be Wednesday at Norfolk. Born May 3, 1882, in Manitowoc County, he worked as a cabinet maker and various other jobs at Manitowoc until he was 24, when he moved to Norfolk, marrying and settling there. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Annie Greunke of Norfolk; two sons; a daughter; and two sisters, Mrs. Arthur Trippler of Manitowoc and Mrs. George Rayfield of Chicago. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. February 10, 1964 P. 15
GREVE, ALBERT From Der Nord Westen, 07 Apr. 1887: Death in Chicago of Mr. Albert Greve, brother of Mr. H. Greve of Manitowoc.
GREVE, PAUL H. Paul H. Greve, brother of H. H. Greve of this village died at Riverside, Washington, Sunday, November 27th, of heart disease and nervous breakdown. The deceased was born in Kiel, Jan. 1872 and has attained the age of 49 years. He grew to manhood at Kiel, having completed his schooling there. After spending several years in Iowa, Colorado and Oregon, where he held positions in several dry goods stores he finally purchased an apple orchard in Riverside, Washington about ten years ago making that his home in the summer while the winters he spent in California. He leaves to mourn his death his wife, three brothers and two sisters: H. H. Greve of this village, John of Holstein, Iowa; Carl of Cottonwood, Idaho; Mrs. Anna Glenn and sister Minnie of Chilton. Interment took place at Portland, Oregon his wife's former home. (no newspaper named, 1921)
GREVE, VIRGINIA Death entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Greve of Sheboygan last week and claimed Virginia, their seven-year-old daughter, who was a victim of diphtheria. The funeral took place at St. Anna, Saturday. She leaves her parents and two brothers. The Greve family formerly lived on a farm west of Kiel, now owned by Andrew Dhein; the parents have the sympathy of their many Kiel friends. - April 13, 1919
GRIES, MRS. From Der Nord Westen, 08 Aug 1907: (From the correspondent in St. Nazianz, 05 Aug.) Death Sunday of 83-year old Mrs. Gries of Schulberg. She was the mother of Peter Gries who died two weeks ago.
GRIFFIN, FRANK A. Word was received Wednesday by relatives in this area of the death of Frank A. Griffin, 203 East 68th St., Kansas City, Mo., at a Missouri hospital earlier in the day. Although Mr. Griffin had been hospitalized for several weeks, death was unexpected. Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. Friday at St. George Episcopal Church, Kansas City. Mo. Mr. Griffin was the husband of the former Fanny Smalley of Manitowoc, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Smalley. The Griffins would have celebrated their 50th wedding anniversay this summer. He was retired. Survivors include his wife, three daughters, several grandchildren, and a niece, Mrs. Jack DeLorme of Maribel. A son, Curtiss, was killed in World War II. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. March 24, 1960 P. 14
GROBE, AUGUSTA Mrs. Augusta Grobe, nee Ruck, sister of Mrs. Johanna Boettcher of this city, was called to her reward on Thursday, May 2nd, at 10:50 a. m., succumbing to diabetes and a heart ailment, after being confined to a hospital for the past four weeks, during which time Mrs. Boettcher was almost constantly at her bedside. Mrs. Grobe was born in New Holstein on August 18, 1864 and lived to reach the age of 70 years. She was a sister of William Ruck of here. Christian Ruck of Cedarburg and Louis Ruck of Milwaukee, all of whom preceded her in death. She was the widow of Fred Grobe of Milwaukee and is survived by two sons, Henry and Walter, two daughter-in-laws and seven grandchildren. Funeral services were held on Saturday, May 4th, at 2 p. m. at Milwaukee, with the Rev. Duemling officiating. Six nephews acted as pallbearers. Mrs. Johanna Boettcher expects to return to Kiel during the weekend. May 2, 1934
GROBE, HENRY From Der Nord Westen, 25 Apr. 1901: Death in Milwaukee on Fri. of 82-yr. old Henry Grobe, a former resident in Town Kossuth where he had lived over 50 yrs.
GROELLE, MRS. ALBERT From Der Nord Westen, 14 May 1903: Mrs. Albert Groelle died Fri. in Chicago at age 46. The Groelle family had formerly lived in Town Newton and moved to Chicago in 1887. Mrs. Groelle is survived by her husband and 3 children. The funeral was held in Chicago.
GROH, MARK A. Mark A. Groh, 39, of 2026 Main St., Apt. A, New Holstein, died at his home Friday, July 14, 1995. He was born July 23, 1955 in Manitowoc, a son of Edward F. and Betty Mathes Groh II. He attended Campbellsport High School and was a machine operator at Amerequip Corporation in New Holstein. (Survivors omitted for privacy) Memorial services were held at Erbe-Evjen Funeral Home in New Holstein. Cremation has taken place. In lieu of flowers, memorials have been suggested.
GROSSPIETSCH, KATHRINE From Der Nord Westen, 26 Mar. 1908: Mrs. Kathrine Grosspietsch, formerly of Two Rivers but a resident of Milwaukee since 1891, died there 19 March following an operation at age 60. She leaves 3 children.
GROSSTUECK, JOSEPHINE News has been ???? ???? ???? of the death in Hollywood, Calif., Sunday of Miss Josephine Grosstueck, 75, former city resident. She was born in this city the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. August Grosstueck. She located in California 10 years ago, to reside with her sister, Mrs. William Hinkins. Her sister in Hollywood is the only immediate survivor. Burial will take place in Hollywood. Manitowoc Herald Times, Wednesday, September 1, 1948 P.2 (She is on the 1880 Manitowoc Ward 1/3 census in the August Grostuck family)
GRUENWALD, MARIE MRS. GRUENWALD REPORTED DEAD IN GERMANY Word was received here of the death at Stettin, Germany of Mrs. Marie Gruenwald, wife of former local man who claimed to have served as one of the officers on the German raider ship, the Embden. Mrs. Gruenwald came to the city shortly after the war and was followed by her husband who posed as both an officer of the German navy and a skilled mechanic. He had a varied career here and said he had invented a process for hardening aluminum. He left the city to consult eastern interests regarding his invention and suddenly disappeared and was never heard from again. His wife became ill and for a time was patient at Maple Crest sanitorium. She was discharged as being an arrested case and then made application for deportation to her home. Arrangements were finally made to send her back to her home through the county por(sic) committee and the generosity of the Aluminum Goods company. The Gruenwalds had no children. Manitowoc Herald News, Monday, February 28, 1927 p.1
GUHIN, JAMES James Guhin birth: 17 June 1873 Maple Grove, Wis. death: 6 May 1906 Maple Grove, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin burial: Eureka Dakota residence: 1906 Eureke Dakota father: Patrick Guhin mother: Mary spouse: Margret Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968
GUNNELL, MARTHA FORMER LOCAL RESIDENT DIES AT BELFAST, IRE. Friends in the city have received news of the death of Mrs. Martha Gunnell, formerly a resident of this city for several years. Mrs. Gunnell left Manitowoc about sixteen years ago and recently had been a patient at the Waldheim sanitarium at Oconomowoc because of broken health. Three months ago, when her condition became serious she asked that she be taken to her former home in Ireland where death might come to her among her own people and arrangements were made to this end, Mrs. Gunnell being accompanied on the trip by a nurse in constant attendance upon her. Mrs. Gunnell's family is among the most prominent in Ireland. During her residence here she surrounded herself with a large circle of admiring friends who are pained to learn of her death. Mrs. Gunnell was 64 years old. Manitowoc Herald News, Thursday, November 16, 1922 P. 1
GUTENKUNST, SIGRID Rites Held Saturday For Mrs. Gutenkunst Funeral services were held at noon Saturday for Mrs. Sigrid Gutenkunst, 77, from the Meiselwitz Funeral Home. The services were conducted by the Rev. Allen L. Bowe. Burial was made in Forest Home cemetery, Milwaukee. Mrs. Gutenkunst died Thursday noon at a Sheboygan hospital. Mrs. Gutenkunst was born July 6, 1879, in Chicago, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ackerhielm, and receiving her education in that city. June 2, 1903 she was married in Milwaukee to Edward Gutenkunst, and the couple took up residence in Kiel, where Mr. Gutenkunst had established a drug store the year previously. She was a member of the Kiel Frauenverein. Mr. Gutenkunst died in 1942. - February 1957 ******* Rites Held Saturday For Mrs. Gutenkunst Funeral services were held at noon Saturday for Mrs. Sigrid Gutenkunst, 77, from the Meiselwitz Funeral Home. The services were conducted by the Rev. Allen L. Bowe. Burial was made in Forest Home cemetery, Milwaukee. Mrs. Gutenkunst died Thursday noon at a Sheboygan hospital. Mrs. Gutenkunst was born July 6, 1879, in Chicago, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ackerhielm, and receiving her education in that city. June 2, 1903 she was married in Milwaukee to Edward Gutenkunst, and the couple took up residence in Kiel, where Mr. Gutenkunst had established a drug store the year previously. She was a member of the Kiel Frauenverein. Mr. Gutenkunst died in 1942. Survivors include a brother, George, Cranford, New Jersey; two sisters, Mrs. C. L. Shaw, Detroit, Michigan, and Mrs. R. J. Kelley, Toledo, Ohio. A brother preceded her in death. (No newspaper named or date)
GUTHEIL, MRS. BERNHARD CALLED BY DEATH. Mrs. Bernhard Gutheil, nee Mattes, aged about 81 years, died last Monday at the home of her son, Waldemar in Milwaukee, and the funeral took place there on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Gutheil were residents of Kiel some 37 years ago, the former, in company with his brother Louis having operated a brewery, which was located on the present Emil Reichart place. The deceased was born in Franklin, and lived in Kiel for many years, where she has a large circle of old friends. Some years after the death of her husband she moved to Milwaukee with her sons, Waldemar and Bernhard, who survive her. 12-23-1926
GUYLES, JAY CARLETON MESSAGE BRINGS NEWS OF DEATH OF FORMER RESIDENT Jay Carleton Guyles, Son of Late John Guyles, Well Known Here in Former Days, Dies at Tacoma, Washington Many of the older residents of the city will learn with regret of the death at Tacoma, Wash., on May 1 of Jay Carleton Guyles, youngest son of the late John F. Guyles, who was well known in Manitowoc of earlier days. Mr. Guyles was born here on Feb. 21, 1860. He graduated from the high school and later attended Lawrence College at Appleton. After completing his school work he went into the lumber business and for about four years was engaged in that work in Michigan. In 1883 he was married at Racine to Miss May Sampson, whose father was the first president of Lawrence, and in the fall of 1887 Mr. Guyles with his wife and young son removed to Tacoma, Wash, where they have since continuously resided and where he has found commercial success in ????? and insurance lines. Since that time he has several times renewed acquaintance here, his last visit having been some eight years ago. Besides his widow, he is survived by his son, George B. Guyles, who was associated with him in business, and by his sister, Mrs. L.J. Nash of this city. His death was not unexpected for he has been in failing health for two years or more and friends who have recently visited in the west and have seen him, knew that the end could not be far off. Burial was held at Tacoma. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, May 4, 1916 P.1