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HABECK, FRANZ From Der Nord Westen, 16 Apr. 1903: Joachim Vogt in Mishicott received the sad news that 54-yr. old Franz Habeck died in Düsseldorf, Rhineland, on 04 Apr. this year of rheumatism. The funeral was 08 Apr. in Elberfeld. Franz Habeck was born in Neuendorf bei Massow, Pomerania. At age 17 he joined the army and served in a regiment stationed in old Stettin. He fought in the war against France in 1870-71. In his 43rd year he married in Düsseldorf with Wilhelmine Ungewitter, who now survives him, still in good health. The couple has no children. In addition to his widow he is survived by 2 brothers and a sister - Albert Habeck in Gibson and Mrs. Joachim Vogt in Mishicott, and Ludwig Habeck in Neuendorf bei Massow. In addition he has relatives in Cooperstown, Manitowoc County, and in Concord and Johnson Creek, Jefferson County. HAESSLY, LILLIAN L. (b. 20 Jan 1900/d. 02 Apr 2007 in Milwaukee co./SSDI) Photo Lillian reads the newspaper without glasses and in good weather takes a bus to church, the bank, and the hairdresser. Born on January 20, 1900, she was the oldest of 11 children. When she was eight years old, the family moved from Cleveland (WI) to Milwaukee where she completed the eighth grade and went to work at Everwear Hosiery. Later, she was a secretary at the Durant Corporation. She loves visits from her family. From "The Centenarian Spirit in Wisconsin", interviews produced by the Wisconsin Bureau on Aging and Long Term Care Resources. ******** Haessly, Lillian April 2, 2007, age 107. Born in Cleveland, WI on Jan. 20, 1900 to Wm. and Gertrude (Thomas) Haessly. She was the oldest of 11 children. Her 7 brothers and 3 sisters preceded her in death. Lillian retired in 1965 after 35 years of service with the former Durant Mfg. Co. She lived independently until September 2003 when she moved to Meadowmere Assisted Living Facility and resided there until December of 2005. She then required care at the Village at Manor Park until the time of her death. Lillian was a beloved aunt to many nieces, nephews and their families. Visitation will be held on Tue., April 10, from 9:30AM until Mass of Christian Burial at 11AM at Gesu Catholic Church, 1145 W. Wisconsin Ave. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery to follow In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Manor Park Foundation, Gesu or the charity of your choice are appreciated. A special thank you to the staff at VMP, Sunnyview One South wing for their loving care and concern. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (WI) - April 8, 2007 HALDERSON, AMANDA E. Amanda E. Halderson, age 96, a resident of Linden Manner, Kewaunee, Wis., died Monday, June 17, 1996, at St. Mary’s Kewaunee Area Memorial Hospital. Funeral Services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 19, 1996, at Klein and Stangel Funeral Home. Rev. Edward Stelter will officiate at the service with burial at Kewaunee Public Cemetery. She was born January 5, 1900, in Kewaunee, daughter of the late Michael and Ernestine Kohn Seeman and was the sole survivor of their family of 16. Amanda attended Kewaunee area schools prior to her marriage to Emil Halderson on November 4, 1922, at Manitowoc. They farmed in Kewaunee County for many years prior to moving to Two Rivers where Emil was employed at Hamilton Manufacturing Company until his retirement. Amanda was a long time devoted member of St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Two Rivers. (Survivors omitted for privacy) Her husband, Emil, preceded her in death March 1, 1970. Friends may call at the Klein and Stangel Funeral Home from 11 a.m. Wednesday until the time of services at 1 p.m. Amanda’s greatest gift was living her life in a manor(sic) that served as an inspiration to all with whom she made contact. HALL, JAMES H. From Der Nord Westen, 03 Jan. 1907: James H. Hall, a resident of our city since 1885, died 26 Dec. in Selma, California.The deceased, a son of Samuel Hall in whose business he had worked for many years, reached the age of 45. He was unmarried but is survived by his sorrowing parents and his sister, who live here. HALVERSON, MRS. ANDREW MESSAGE OF DEATH OF MRS. A. HALVERSON Mrs. Andrew Halverson, former well know resident of this city where the family were among pioneer settlers and continued their home until about nine years ago, died at Odgen, Kansas, last night, messages received here announced. Mrs. Halverson had only recently returned to Kansas after a visit of several months with her children here and had been ill only a week, death being due to pneumonia. She was 69 years of age. Mrs. Halverson is survived by six children, three of whom reside in this city, Mrs. B.A. Knutzen, Mrs. Joseph Spaeth and Mrs. Elmer Johnson, others being Fred, of Barringotn, Ill., Mrs. R.A. Waad of Louisville, Ky., and Walter of Odgen, Kas., at whose home her death occurred. Mr. Halverson, who for years was a ship carpenter at the yards of the Manitowoc Shipbuilding company, preceded his wife in death three years ago and is buried at Junction City, where the couple located after leaving this city. It is probable that the burial of Mrs. Halverson will be at Junction City. Mrs. Joseph Spaeth and son departed at noon today for Odgen to attend the funeral. Manitowoc Herald News, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, January 8, 1926 P. 2 HALVERSON, BETTY BAIRD Betty Baird Halverson of Marysville passed away August 27, 2001 at Bethany Pacific in Everett. Betty was born April 17, 1925 in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. She started school in Sleepy Eye, Minnesota and finished in Coleville, Washington. She graduated from Washington State University. She was married to Arthur Floyd Halverson in 1949 and they raised their children in Everett, Washington. Bettty moved to Marysville in 1978 where she taught school for over 20 years. (Survivors omitted for privacy.) We will all miss her wonderful smile, her kindness and caring, and the beauty and joy she brought to us all through her miniatures, art collections, and paintings. The family would like to thank the Bethany at Pacific staff for their many kindnesses, care, and support. Memorials or donations in leiu of flowers can be made to Hospice of Snohomish County or Bethany at Pacific Nursing home. A memorial will be held Wednesday, September 5, 2001 from 2:00-4:00pm at Floral Hall in Forest Park, Everett. Everett Herald, August 31, 2001 HAMACHECK, ELIZABETH (CHERMAK) Mrs. J. E. Hamacheck, 84, former Sheboygan resident and mother of William Hamacheck of Sheboygan, passed away Wednesday at Pasadena, Calif. Since the death of her husband Julius E. Hamacheck, Sr., in 1933 she had been making her home with a daughter, Lillian, in California. Mrs. Hamacheck, nee Elizabeth Chermak, was born in 1866 in Prague, Bohemia, and came to this country with her parents at an early age and resided in Tisch Mills. She was married to Julius Hamacheck, Sr., and they located in Manitowoc and later in Sheboygan. Mr. Hamacheck died 17 years ago. Survivors are three sons, Jule of Manitowoc, Daniel of Minneapolis and William of Sheboygan; two daughters, Mrs. Everett Sebring and Miss Lillian of Pasadena, Calif.; three brothers, Joseph Chermak of Manitowoc, and Albert and Louis of Chicago; two sisters, Mrs. Christ Sorensen of Racine and Mrs. Charles Fenstermaker of Plainfield, N. J.; six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p. m, Monday at the Ballhorn Funeral chapels. The Rev. Wilford H. Evans will officiate and burial will be made in Wildwood cemetery. The body may be viewed from 3 p. m on Sunday until the hour of service at the funeral chapel. Sheboygan Press Telegram - 7 Oct 1950 (sent in by researcher/see contributors page) HAMACHEK, RUSSELL E. 01/13/1919-02/16/2010 Russ was born Jan. 13, 1919, in Two Rivers, Wis., and grew up in Manitowoc, Wis. Upon graduation from Beloit College, he attended Midshipmen's School at Northwestern University and subsequently became an instructor of navigation at the school. After the outbreak of World War II, Russ left teaching for the Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron Training Center in Rhode Island. He became a PT boat captain for the New Guinea bound Squadron 8 and later lieutenant commander of Squadron 39 in the Philippines. He was awarded the Silver Star for bravery in action. He met the love of his life, Margaret Hamilton, during the war. They were married just shy of 66 years. (Survivors omitted for privacy.) Russ moved to Portland in 1957 for a three-year assignment to run Great Western Malting Co., in Vancouver. After a few years of not having to shovel snow combined with the sites of the great Northwest, Russ and Margaret decided that Portland would be their permanent home. Russ became the chief executive officer of Great Western Malting until his retirement in December 1978. When away from work, you could find Russ playing a round of golf at Waverley Country Club or Tucson National, hunting a few ducks in Tillamook or whittling on his latest carving under a palm tree on the beach in Maui. In spare moments, he wrote three books. For the last 18 years Russ and Margaret have been residents of Tucson, Ariz., returning each summer to catch the Northwest summers. He lived at Tucson National playing golf well into his 80s. Even after he stopped playing golf, Russ delighted in driving his grandchildren around Tucson National. His grandchildren all remember a grandfather full of life and love, with special mints hidden in his pocket for them, and his passion for ice cream. One of Russ's pastimes was PT 658, a Navy owned World War II motor torpedo boat based in Portland that has been restored to its original operating condition with full armament and three 1,500 horsepower Packard V-12 engines. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to Save The PT Boat, Inc., P.O. Box 13422, Portland, OR 97213 or a charity of your choice. The Oregonian, Feb. 21, 2010 HAMACHECK, WILLIAM William Hamacheck, 69, of Minneapolis and a former Manitowoc resident, died early Saturday morning at his home. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at First Congregational Church, Sheboygan, with the Rev. Wilford H. Evans officiating. Mr. Hamacheck was born Nov. 9, 1891, at Manitowoc, son of the late J.E. and Elizabeth Hamacheck. He attended Manitowoc elementary and high schools and married Edith Ann Marcusseo Sept. 27, 1917, at Platteville. She preceded him in death seven years ago. He operated an automobile agency at Sheboygan for more than 30 years before moving to Minneapolis. He was past president of the Sheboygan Kiwanis Club and a member of the Sheboygan Masonic Lodge. Surviving are a son, William Jr., of Manitowoc; two daughters, Mrs. William (Ann) Miller of Buenos Aires, Brazil, and Mrs. M.J. (Ruth) Gorman of Maracaibo, Venezuela; two brothers, Jule Hamacheck of Manitowoc and Daniel Hamacheck of Minneapolis and nine grandchildren. Friends may call at Ballhorn Funeral Chapel, Sheboygan. Manitowoc Herald Times, Nov. 21, 1960 P. 11 HAMPTON, MRS. RICHARD From Der Nord Westen, 04 Apr. 1901: Death in Antigo on Fri. of Mrs. Richard Hampton, a former resident here, from grief over the death of her husband who had died a few days earlier from pneumonia. She leaves her 5-yr. old son, who has lost both parents within a few days. HANKE, CLARENCE Funeral card: In Loving Memory of Clarence Hanke Born August 3, 1902 At Rest May 30, 1977 Chapel Services Jaeger Funeral Home 3526 North Cicero Avenue Wednesday, June 1, 1977 1:00 P.M. Officiating Alfred J. Johnson Interment Mount Emblem Cemetery HANNEMANN, CARL Carl Hannemann died at 8:30 a. m. Sunday at his home 504 East Main st., Plymouth, of infection from which he had been suffering for one year. He was born in Germany on Jan. 17, 1849, and came to Plymouth in 1870. On May 3, 1872, he married Carolina Zerler of Kiel. He was a carpenter. Surviving relatives indude one sister, Miss Augusta Hannemann, of Plymouth. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday from the residence by tbe Rev H. Webster of St. Paul’s Episcopal church. Burial in the Union cemetery. - 1925 HANSEN, KATHRYN MRS. WM. HANSEN Death called Mrs. Wm. Hansen on Monday, at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Backhaus in the city. She was 90 years of age. Kathryn Jens was born in Germany, June 10, 1833. She was united in marriage to Wm. Hansen in 1856. Forty years ago the couple came to America, settling near Thorp, where they lived until about 8 years ago, when Mr. Hansen died. Mrs. Hansen then moved to Kiel with the Louis Backhaus family, where she has since been making her home. The remains will be taken to Thorp Thursday morning, and the funeral will be held there Friday. The following children survive her: Mrs. Louis Backhaus of this city, Mrs. J. H. Suel of New Holstein, and George Hansen of Thorp; also 5 grand- children. - 1923 HARDER, DR. LOUIS Dr. Harder Dies at Plymouth Sunday Night Dr. Louis Harder, 77, retired dentist died at the Plymouth hospital Sunday night. He was a native of New Holstein and was the only member of the graduating class of 1895, Kiel high school. He retired from dental practice about three years ago. He had made his home with a sister, Mrs. Adela Witt since his wife died in 1947. Funeral services were held yesterday, Wednesday, at New Holstein. - March, 1957 HARRIS, JANE (RICKER) DAUGHTER OF LATE JUDGE E. RICKER IS DEAD IN EAST Information of the death of Mrs. Jane Harris, widow of Frederick K. Harris, the former cashier of the old Shove bank in this city and daughter of the late Judge Ezekial Ricker, former prominent Manitowoc resident, was received in the city today. Mrs. Harris died at Allston, Massachusetts early today. Mrs. Harris spent the greater part of her life in Manitowoc and moved to Boston in 1908. She is survived by four daughters and two sons, all residing in the east. Funeral services will be held at Boston tomorrow afternoon. Manitowoc Herald News, Manitowoc, Wis. March 19, 1932 P.1 HARRISON, CLARA M. MADISON – Clara M. Harrison, age 79, of 2506 Fremont Ave., passed away on Thurs. Sept. 26, 1974, at a local hospital after a long illness. She was born June 17, 1895 at School Hill WI. She was a Madison resident since 1917, and a graduate from Madison General Hospital as a registered nurse in 1922. She was a member of Christi Presbyterian Church. She is survived by her husband, Frank W.; two sons, Jack, Durham NC, Dick, McFarland; a brother, John Hilgert, Thorp WI; two sisters, Leona Biddle, Thorp, Anna Robinson, Anaheim CA; eight grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Memorial services ill be held at Christ Presbyterian Church, 944 E. Gorham St., at 10:30 a.m. on Sat. Sept. 28, the Rev. J.W. Wimberly officiating. Burial in Forest Hill Cemetery. There will be no visitation. Please omit flowers and contributions may be made to Knight Kempler Eve Foundation, Fitch-Lawrence-Sanfilippo is in charge of arrangements. The Capital Times, Madison WI, Fri. Sept. 27, 1974, p. 36, c. 1 HARTMAN, ROSE Rites Held Tuesday For Mrs. E. R. Hartman Funeral services were held Tuesday morning from the Holy Rosary Catholic Church in New Holstein, for Mrs. Edward R. Hartman, 59, who died Saturday at her home there. She was born Rose Holzer in Eaton in 1892, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Holzer. She was married at St. Nazianz in 1915 to Edward Hartman, and they located in New Holstein. She was a member of the Holy Rosary church, the Christian Mothers, and Altar society. Survivors are her husband; two sons, Norbert of Patterson, N.J. and Elroy of New Holstein; two daughters, Mrs. Arthur Heft and Mrs. Gilbert Fluhr of New Holstein; four brothers, Alex and Henry of Kiel, Herman of St. Nazianz, and Joseph of Belgium; three sisters, Mrs. Josephine Loritz of Valders, Mrs. Edwin Schreiber of Kiel, and Mrs. Philip Hartman of Cato; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. HARTMANN, ARWIN R. Arwin R. Hartmann, 82, formerly of 2221 Range Line Road, Kohler, died Tuesday evening at Greendale Health Center, where he had lived for 2-1/2 years. He was born June 23, 1900, in the town of Rhine, a son of Robert and Augusta Sinner Hartmann. He attended school at Millhome. His marriage to Frieda Zimmermann took place May ?7, 1922, at Schwartzwald in the Town of Herman. The couple farmed in the Town of Meeme and, for 32 years, in the Town of Sheboygan. They also lived in Kiel for a time. Mr. Hartmann was a member of St. John United Church of Christ in Sheboygan. (Survivors omitted for privacy) A grandchild and two sisters preceded him in death. The funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at St. John United Church of Christ, with the Rev. Vernon E. Jaberg, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Greenlawn Memorial Park. HAUSER, ANNA DEATH OF MRS. CALEB HAUSER Departed This Life Last Thursday After Lingering Illness. At the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, residing on Fourth street, their daughter Mrs. Anna Hauser, wife of Rev. Caleb Hauser, of the town of Centerville, was called by death on Thursday morning, October 10th, after a lingering illness due to heart and liver disease, accompanied by other complications. The deceased was born in the town of Meeme, April 26th, 1884, where she (torn paper) womanhood. She was married to Rev. Caleb Hauser Nov. 15, 1900. The union was blessed with four children, two sons, who died in infancy, and two daughter, Theodora and Evelyn. She leaves her husband, two daughters; her parents, two brothers and a twin sister, Mrs. Edwin A. Thieleke. The funeral services were held at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer, Rev. Arpke of Chilton officiating. Interment was made in the Wildwood cemetery at Sheboygan, the services there being conducted by Rev. Horstmeier. Rev. Hauser was formerly pastor of the Bethlehem congregation in the town of Schleswig, removing to the town of Centerville a few years ago, where he had charge of two congregations. His friends in this neighborhood extend their sincerest sympathies in his bereavement. - 1918 HAVLICHEK, BERTHA From Der Nord Westen, 15 Nov. 1906: News reached here Tuesday that in Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Bertha Havlichek widow of Dr. Havlichek, born Kostomlatsky here, had died there at age 47. She leaves 2 children. HEDGER, LOUISE (WRIGHT) From Der Nord Westen, 16 Sept. 1909: Mrs. Ward E. Hedger, who was shot to death Thursday last week in Milwaukee, was a native of Two Rivers. Her maiden name was Louise Wright and her father was one of the first settlers in Two Rivers. HEIM, WM. From Der Nord Westen, 02 Nov. 1905: News arrived Sun. morning from Grand Rapids, Wisconsin, that Wm. Heim, who was employed there as RR Stationmaster, was killed Sat. under the wheels of a railroad car. Mr. Heim formerly lived in Manitowoc Rapids, where some of his brothers still reside, and his sister, Mrs. John Mahnke, lives here. In 1895 the unfortunate man went to Grand Rapids to enter employ of the railroad. He was 46. In addition to 4 brothers and 3 sisters, he is survived by his widow and 5 children. The funeral was held Tues. in Grand Rapids. HEINRICHS, JOSEPH (Civil War vet) From Der Nord Westen 24 May 1900: Death on Wed. last week in the National Mental Facility in Washington of Joseph Heinrichs, a 58-yr. old veteran of the Civil War. The deceased, a former resident of Manitowoc Rapids, had been in that institution the past four months after having spent several years in the “Invalid Home” (Invalidenhause) in Milwaukee. He was totally blind. He had one son who is living with the deceased’s brother, John Heinrichs in Manitowoc Rapids. The funeral was held in Washington. HELM, DONALD L. Donald L. Helm, age 76, of Two Rivers, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2006. He married Olive A. Schultz in West Jacksonport on March 21, 1953. (Survivors omitted for privacy) Preceding him in death were his parents; his son: Paul; brother: Charles; and his sister-in-law: Donna Meunier. Funeral services will be held at noon on Saturday, Feb. 11, 2006, at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in West Jacksonport, with the Rev. David Arndt officiating. Visitation will be at the church on Saturday from 10 a.m. until the time of service at noon. Burial will follow at Zion Lutheran Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in his name to Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in West Jacksonport or St. John Lutheran Church in Two Rivers. Huehns Funeral Home of Sturgeon Bay is assisting the family with arrangements. Herald Times Reporter, Feb. 9, 2006 HENKE, ELIZABETH S. Miss Elizabeth S. Henke, 63, of 1911 N. 10th St., died Saturday night at St. Nicholas Hospital following a brief illness. Born April 1, 1900 in Kiel, she was a daughter of the late Robert and Mary Henke. She attended Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic School there and came with her family to Sheboygan in 1923. She was employed as a saleslady by the J. C. Penney Co. here for 22 years. She was a member of the Holy Name Parish, and St. Ann Christian Mothers and Altar Society, the Apostolate of Suffering and the Third Order of St. Francis which she served as president. (Survivors omitted for privacy) Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Holy Name Catholic Church, following family rites at Gerend's Funeral Home at 9:30 a.m. The Rev. A. J. Knackert, pastor, will be celebrant of the requiem Mass and burial will be in the family lot in Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call at Gerend's Funeral Home until the time of services. 1963 HENNING, PEARL Mrs. Henning Laid to Rest Mrs. Raymond Henning, aged 29, passed away early last Wednesday morning at the St. Nicholas hospital in Sheboygan, after a week’s illness. Mrs. Henning, nee Pearl Horneck, was born April 12, 1914 in the town of Herman, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Horneck of that township. She attended the Millersville school and was confirmed April 1, 1928 by the Rev. Henry Vriesen. She was united in marriage with Raymon Henning, son of Rudolph Henning on June 5, 1937, and since that time the young couple made their home on Kiel R. 2. Survivors are her husband; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Horbeck; one brother, Cyril Horneck of Sheboygan, and a grandmother, Fredericka Goedeke of the town of Herman. Mrs. Henning was a leader of the 4-H Club at Millersville. Funeral services were conducted Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Walter H. Ahrens Funeral Home in Howards Grove, with the Rev. Henry Vriesen and Rev. August Hammann officiating. Burial was made in the Wildwood cemetery. Pallbearers were Lester Schnell, Edgar Henning, Palmer Lindow, Earl Horneck, Victor Bramstedt and Ralph Sixel. At the funeral home a quartet from the Saron Reformed church sang two hymns, “Lang Es Thal der Todesspatten” and “Have Thine Own Way Lord.” - 1943 HENSCHEL, MELVIN G. Melvin G. Henschel, 69, of Rt. 1, Elkhart Lake, died unexpectedly Thursday evening at his home. Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday at Trinity Lutheran Church, Howards Grove. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mr. Henschel was born June 6, 1901, in Town of Centerville, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henschel. He married Martha Ebeling of the Town of Herman, April 11, 1929. He operated a dairy farm there until retiring in 1960. Survivors include his wife; three sons, a daughter, two brothers; four sisters and 15 grandchildren. Friends may call at Ballhorn Funeral Chapel, 1201 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan, from 3 p.m. Sunday until 11 a.m. Monday and from 12 noon until 2:30 p.m. Memorials may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. June 26, 1970 HERMANN, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 08 Apr. 1897: (From the correspondent in Centerville, 06 Apr.) Mrs. Eduard Kohn traveled to Menominee a week ago Tues. for the funeral of her brother-in-law John Hermann. The widow, Mrs. Hermann, lived many years in Centerville. HERMANN, MAX From Der Nord Westen, 10 July 1902: On Mon. Mrs. C.W. Schroeter received news that her brother Max Hermann had died Sun. in Galveston, Texas. Further details were not given in the telegram. HEROLD, ELIZABETH (DOOLAN) Elizabeth (Doolan) Herold, age 78, of Green Bay, went to her heavenly reward, Friday, April 7, 1995, at a Green Bay Nursing Home. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 11, 1995, at St. Philip’s the Apostle Church, 312 Victoria St., Green Bay. Rev. Paul DuCharme will officiate with entombment in Allouez Chapel and Mausoleum. She was born August 28, 1916, in Maple Grove, Wis., daughter of the late John E. and Elizabeth Mullins Doolan. She married Frank Herold, June 3, 1937, at St. Patrick’s Church, Maple Grove.They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 1987. Mrs. Herold was a graduate of Reedsville High School and the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. She was employed as a school teacher for 26 years. After teaching kindergarten for 18 years in west DePere, she retired in 1979. Elizabeth was a member of the St. Philip’s Altar Society, St. Philip’s Adult Choir, Daughters of Isabella, Catholic Womens Club, Wisconsin Retired Teachers, Brown County Retired Teachers, St. Vincent’s Auxiliary and St. Philip’s Parish. (Survivors omitted for privacy) She was preceded in death by one sister and two brothers-in-law, Athlyn and Cliff O’Connell and George Schlei. Friends may call at Proko-Wall Funeral Home, 1630 E. Mason St., Green Bay, from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, and from 4-8 p.m. Monday, also at the church from 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, until the time of service. There will be a prayer service at 7 p.m. Monday. Herald Times Reporter, no date HERZOG, JACOB From Der Nord Westen, 24 Dec. 1903: Last Thurs. a telegram was received here by Max Richter with the news that his father-in-law, Jacob Herzog in Racine, had died suddenly from a stroke. HESSEL, ANTON Anton Hessel Passes Away in California as Sister Dies Here Death Visited the Hessel family twice on Thursday, the demise of Mrs. Albert Krumdick of Rockwood occurring in the hospital here and word having been received yesterday of the death at Los Angeles, California, of her brother, Anton Hessel, a former resident of the county, also on Thursday at almost the same hour at which Mrs. Krumdick died. The funeral of Mr. Hessel was held at Los Angeles this morning. Born in the county seventy-four years ago, Mr. Hessel as a young man moved to Eau Claire where he engaged in the saloon business. He was married to an Appleton girl forty-eight years ago and remained at Eau Claire for a quarter of a century moving west about twenty-five years ago when an opportunity offered to acquire a brewery at Anhelm, California. Later he disposed of this business and took up his home at Los Angeles where he has remained for a number of years. He suffered a stroke some time ago and members of the family were aware that his condition was critical. Surviving Mr. Hessel are his widow, four children, Ross, Joseph, Leo and Paul, all making their home at Los Angeles, three sisters, Mrs. Henry Landgraf of Minneapolis, Mrs. Joseph Benish of Eau Claire and Mrs. Peter Kornely of the town of Two Rivers and one brother, Charles Hessel of Francis Creek. Manitowoc Herald News, Saturday, April 17, 1926 P. 3 HEYWOOD, SARAH From Der Nord Westen, 22 Oct. 1908: Mrs. Sarah Heywood, a former resident of Manitowoc who recently died in Neenah, has left the city of Manitowoc a legacy of $200 with the provision that the administration use the interest for maintenance of the graves of several of her family members in the local city cemetery. HILGERT, JOSEPH Hilgert Found Dead At Cabin. Joseph Hilgert, 61, a bachelor, was found frozen to death about 3:30 o'clock Friday afternoon outside his cabin in the Town of Mead seven and one half miles southeast of Thorp by a neighbor, Joseph Lato. Deputy Clark County coroner, Walter Brown of Neillsville, attributed the death to exposure and said it apparently had occurred on Monday. Assisting in the investigation were deputy sheriff Ray Kutsche and County Officer Dale Schultz. Mr. Hilgert was in Thorp on Monday and had purchased a bus ticket to Minneapolis where he intended to enter the Veterans Hospital. The unused ticket was found in his clothing. Evidently Hilgert missed the bus and caught a ride back with Walter Burzinski who let him out on the road leading into his cabin. He had left the keys to his cabin and his dog in care of his brother John Hilgert who resides near there. Authorities said it was probable that when he found he didn't have his keys and was unable to gain entrance, he fell asleep and froze outside the cabin. Joseph Hilgert was born in School Hill, Manitowoc County, Wis., on Jan. 12, 1897. He enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1917 as a member of Co.D at Stanley, Wis. He had spent nearly all his life in this community. He is survived by his aged mother, Mrs. Peter Hilgert and one brother, John of Thorp, three sisters, Clara, Mrs. Frank Harrison of Madison, Ann, Mrs. Fred Robinson, of Anaheim, Cal., and Leona, Mrs. George Biddle of Greenwood, Wis. Military services for the deceased were conducted by Commander Harry Smith and Chaplain Harry Badzinski of the American Legion at the Thorp Funeral Home Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock and at the grave in the East Thorp Cemetery. The salute by the Cecil Tormey Post Firing squad was followed by taps. Pallbearers were Hugo Roeseler, Tom Polnaszek, John Barth, Wm. Vanderhyden, Lief Larson and Stanley Lasiuk. Thorp Courier, Thorp WI, Thurs. Jan. 15, 1959, pp. 1, c. 2; 10, c. 3 HILGERT, MAGDALENA nee EISERT Mrs. Peter Hilgert. Magdalena Hilgert (nee: Eisert) was born in Schoolhill, Wis., Dec. 10th, 1874, where she grew up and later married Peter Hilgert. Later they moved to Thorp where they were among the earliest settlers. Mrs. Hilgert was preceded in death by her husband Peter, and son Joseph. After the death of her husband in 1927, she made her home with her son, John and family of Thorp. After suffering a broken hip, Mrs. Hilgert spent the last two years in Memorial home at Neillsville, Wis., where she died Oct. 30, 1968. In addition to her son, John, Mrs. Hilgert is survived by three daughters, Clara, Mrs. Frank Harrison of Madison, Wis., Anna Robinson of Anaheim, Calif., and Leona, Mrs. George Biddle of Greenwood, Wis., 11 grandchildren, 26 great grandchildren and 5 great great grandchildren. She was a member of St. Monicas circle of St. Benard's parish and an honorary member of the Christian Mothers Society. Pallbearers were Casper Haas, Glibert Voelker, Tom Polnaszek, Frank Schmidt, Dick Harrison and Dr. Wilfred Erhardt. She was buried in St. Bernard's Cemetery Nov. 2, 1968. Thorp Courier, Thorp WI, Nov. 7, 1968, p. 7, c. 6 HILL, CHARLES HOMER Word came from Pensacola,, Florida, on Thursday that Charles Homer Hill had died there suddenly. Mr. Hill was born 11 September 1859 in Manitowoc, attended the Naval Academy in Annapolis, and became a naval officer in 1882. As such he was assigned to the Naval group sent to find the remnants of explorer De Long’s ill-fated expedition in search of the North Pole. In 1893 he was hired by the Brazilian government to put down a mutiny in the Brazilian Navy. When he approached them in armed commercial ships, the rebellion ended. The Brazilian government hoped that he would remain there but he chose to come back to Florida, in which state he has lived ever since. Der Nord Westen, 03 Sept. 1908 ******** Ensign Chas. Hill, U.S.N., gave the Rankin Guards the benefit of his advice at their last weekly drill. Similar favors will surely be asked, as long as Charles is in the city. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, July 25, 1882 P.1 HILL, CHARLES S. Charles S. Hill, 81, of Whitewater, died on Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2006, at Haven House Hospice Residence in Janesville. Born on Dec. 21, 1924, in Chicago, to George and Louise (Hollenbeck) Hill, he married Doris Manypenny on Aug. 30, 1952, in Chicago. She preceded him in death on March 20, 1998. He was a member of the Presbyterian faith, and had served as a deacon at the First Presbyterian Church while living in Manitowoc. He served in the U. S. Navy during World War II in the Pacific Theater and attained the rank of Ensign. Charles graduated from the University of Illinois in 1950, with a mechanical engineering degree. He worked for a number of companies in the midwest, retiring in 1990. Some of his positions included sales engineer and product manager for Morse Chain Division of the Borg Warner Corporation in Chicago; Chicago district manager and general marketing manager for Foote Brothers Gear and Machine Company in Chicago; product planning manager and corporate marketing manager for Warner Electric Company in Beloit; executive vice president and president and general manager for Paragon Electric Company and AMF incorporated in Two Rivers; president and chief executive officer for Borg Instruments Incorporated in Delavan and business management consultant at Business Development and planning in Whitewater. He was an avid Packer fan. He loved the outdoors and shared his fishing expertise with all his children. He traveled extensively and was active in the Audubon Society. His love for Whitewater and University Wisconsin- Whitewater, ran deep and he was active in many ways to support the university, including serving as a SCORE mentor. (Survivors omitted for privacy) He was preceded in death by his parents; one grandson: Devin Hill; one brother; and one sister. Memorial services will be private. The Olsen Funeral Home in Whitewater is assisting the family. Herald Times Reporter, Oct. 6, 2006 HINRICHS, ADOLPH From Der Nord Westen, 22 July 1897: A cablegram received by the Hinrichs brothers here in Manitowoc notified them of the death of their brother, Adolph Hinrichs in Germany. Adolph Hinrichs, member of the firm Koehler & Hinrichs in St. Paul, had traveled to Germany a short time ago to consult an eye doctor. HINRICHS, HENRY From Der Nord Westen, 31 Dec. 1903: On Sat. Henry Hinrichs here received a telegram that his brother, who lives in St. Paul, Minnesota, Ferdinand Hinrichs, was gravely and probably fatally ill. Mr. Hinrichs promptly went to St. Paul. On Mon. the brother died of pneumonia. The 45- yr. old deceased was a member of the firm Kõhler & Hinrichs in St. Paul. Two brothers, Henry and Fritz live here. HINZE, HENRY After having been in poor health for some time, Henry Hinze, long a resident of Kiel, passed away at his home at New Holstein on Tuesday evening of last week. He had reached the age of 85 years. Born in Mohtenburg, Germany, he came to this country at the age of ten years with his parents, who made their home in the town of Herman. The deceased moved to the town of Plymouth in 1860. He was united in marriage to Miss Anna Kropp in the city of Sheboygan Falls in 1874. Until 1881 the couple managed the farm owned by Mr. Hinze’s parents, when they left for Hilbert, where they resided for two years. In 1883 they moved to Kiel, making their home here for 25 years. They moved to New Holstein in 1928. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Peter Baier of Fond du Lac and a son, John Hinze of Waupun. There are also seven grandchildren. Two children died at an early age. Rites were held Friday morning from the Holy Rosary church at New Holstein, the Rev. Fr. Joseph Glueckstein officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. - 1932 HLAVACEK, CHARLES W. Charles W. Hlavachek, 71, of 344 Pine St., Sheboygan Falls, died Thursday evening after a lingering illness. A requiem Mass will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at St. Mary Catholic Church, Sheboygan Falls. Mr. Hlavachek was born Oct. 27, 1898, at Brillion, son of the late Frank and Barbara Kolcek Hlavachek. He married Anna Rappel Sept. 1, 1926, at Manitowoc. Survivors include his wife, three daughters, four brothers, three sisters and eight grandchildren. Friends may call at Huehns Funeral Home, Sheboygan Falls, after 4 p.m. Sunday, where a parish vigil will be at 8 p.m. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. May 8, 1970 HOCKMEYER, HERMANN From Der Nord Westen, 23 May 1901: Mrs. Henry Vits here received word Mon. that her brother Hermann Hockmeyer died in Chicago at age 53. The deceased had many acquaintances in our city. HOEH, MRS. F. From Der Nord Westen, 08 Dec. 1904 Death in San Diego, Calif., on Tues. of Mrs. F. Hoeh, a former resident of our city who moved to Calif. several years ago with her family. The deceased was born 01 Nov. 1831 in Poznan and is survived by 3 daughters - Mrs. Vogelsang, Mrs. Ed. Weinschenk and Mrs. Charles Christiansen here, and 3 sons - Emil, Wilhelm and Hugh who are also Calif. residents. The funeral will be held in San Diego. HOFFMAN, LOUIS Louis Hoffman, 62, formerly of Two Rivers, and brother of City Manager John Hoffman of that city, died Friday afternoon at Yale, Mich., where he operated a super service station for years. Funeral services will be held Monday morning at Yale, with interment at Rice Lake, Wis. Born in Two Rivers in 1893, he spent his early life there and left in 1908. He returned for two years in 1914 and then left again to be associated with his father in canning factory operations. In 1920 he was married to Miss Mabel Prochazka of LeCentre, Minn. The family lived for a time at Centuria and spent more than seven years at Rice Lake. For the past few years they have lived at Yale, which is about 30 miles from Port Huron, Mich. Mr. Hoffman was a member of the Catholic Order of Foresters and of the Knights of Columbus. Survivors are the widow, a son, Charles, who is a member of the marines, a daughter, Mary Lou, who is a nurse at Milwaukee and a daughter Annette, at home; one brother, John P. of Two Rivers and four sisters, Mrs. Lawrence Hessel of Cameron, Mrs. Lawrence Walters, and Mrs. Herman Meyers of Mendota, Ill., and Sister M. Catherine, who is teaching at Meeme. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. September 8, 1945 P. 2 HOFFMANN, KATHARINE From Der Nord Westen, 08 Dec. 1892: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 06 Dec.) Death of Mrs. Katharine Hoffmann last Fri. in Sheboygan. The news was brought by her son Philipp Hoffmann. She was one of the oldest settlers of this city, coming to America with her husband Mathias Hoffmann in 1848 and living here unbrokenly except for 2 years ever since. Burial was last Sun. in Sheboygan. HOFMEISTER, FRIEDERIKA Mrs. Friederika Hofmeister, a former resident of Kiel, where she lived many years, passed away at the home of her daughter in Chicago, on Tuesday, June, 17th, at the age of 91 years, 2 months, and 6 days. Burial took place in Mount Olive cemetery in Chicago last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Hofmeister is survived by three children: Bertha in Chicago, Charles in Wausau, Wis, and Otto in Milwaukee. - 1924 HOLZSCHUH, HARRY Harry Holzschuh, 71, a former resident Chilton, died last week Thursday night at St. Nicholas Hospital, Sheboygan, where he had been a patient for two days. He lived at Sunny Ridge the past two years. Born on September 9, 1902, at St. Nazianz, a son of the late John and Concessa Becker Holzschuh, he attended St. Gregory Catholic School, St. Nazianz. Following his marriage to the former Sara Miller, he and his wife lived in Chilton where he was self-employed. Mr. Holzschuh was a member of St. George Catholic Church, Elkhart Lake. Survivors include a brother John of Spencer, Wisconsin, and a sister Mrs. Agnes Scheply of Redwood City, California. Funeral services were held Monday at St. George Church in Elkhart Lake following brief family rites at the Meiselwitz Funeral Home, Kiel. The Reverend George Myszel, pastor, was celebrant of the requiem Mass. Burial was in Hillside Cemetery at Chilton. 1973. HONRATH, WILLIAM From Der Nord Westen, 16 Apr. 1903: Death in Milwaukee recently of William Honrath, a former resident of our city, from a combination of lung and rib cage inflammation. He leaves a widow and 4 children. HOPPE, ARTHUR JOHN Born in Two Rivers, Wisconsin June 8, 1918. Arthur John Hoppe died in Seattle, WA. Tuesday, October 22, 2002. Preceded in death by his parents, Arthur John and Laura Marie Phelps Hoppe, and his two brothers Raymond and Leslie. (Survivors omitted for privacy.) Art was a private person; a devoted husband and faithful friend. A man of great integrity and moral stature, he was a member of St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral, Seattle, where he met and married Helen Anne and where they worshipped together for well over 50 years. Art was interested in all makes of automobiles. He was a careful and skilled driver, and in later life loved to watch automobile racing on television. Art will be greatly missed by his family and friends. A Memorial Service celebrating Art's life will be held at St. Mark's Cathedral, 1245 10th Ave. East in Seattle on Friday, November 8, 2002 at 12 Noon. In lieu of flowers, memorials gifts may be made to St. Mark's Cathedral or to the charity of your choice. Seattle Times, Nov. 6, 2002 HUBBARD, ERVIN C. From Der Nord Westen, 08 May 1902: Death in Washington of 76-yr. of Ervin C. Hubbard, a former resident of our city and brother of Mr. H.F. Hubbard here. HUEBNER, GROVER G., DR. Funeral services for Dr. Grover G. Huebner, 79, of 26 S. Pennock Ave., Upper Darby, Pa., emeritus professor of commerce and transportation at University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, a native of the Town of Two Rivers who died Monday, March 9, at home, were at 11 a.m. Friday at Andrew J. Bair and Son Funeral Home, Upper Darby. Burial was in Arlington Cemetery, Drexil Hill, Pa. Dr. Huebner was a brother of Solomon S. Huebner, president emeritus of American College of Life Underwriters, Bryn Marwr, Pa., also a native of Two Rivers, whose name is on a plaque in the lobby of the J.E. Hamilton Community House with those of a number of the community's most distinguished native sons. Dr. Huebner, born at Two Rivers Nov. 13, 1884, was an authority in the fields of transportation, commerce and foreign trade. At the time of his retirement he was chairman of the marketing and foreign commerce department at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Commerce and Finance. Earlier, he had been chairman at Wharton Schools Commerce and Transportation Dept. Dr. Huebner received a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors in 1905 and a Master of Arts degree in 1906, both from the University of Wisconsin. In 1908, he received a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Huebner became an instructor at Pennsylvania in 1908, an assistant professor in 1913 and professor in 1920. During 1914 and 1915 he was a lecturer on transportation at Columbia University, New York City. At various times he served as a trade expert with the United States War Trade Board, an economic advisor with the U.S. Maritime Commission, and an examiner with the Federal Trade Commission. He was a member of the American Economic Assn., Foreign Traders Assn. of Philadelphia, Phi Beta Gamma Sigma Honorary society. Dr. Huebner was the author of "Agricultural Commerce," "Ocean Steamship Traffic Management," "Principles of Ocean Transportation," "Transportation Principles and Practices," "Transportation by Water," " Railroad Freight Service," "Foreign Trade; Principles and Practices," and "Fundamentals of Traffic," among other works. Dr. Huebner's wife the former Hallie Madeline Beall, died in 1952. Besides a son, Frederick B. Huebner, of Western Springs, Ill., and the brother, Dr. Solomon Huebner, he leaves six grandchildren. An elder son, Dr. Robert B. Huebner, of New York City, died in May of 1963. Dr. Huebner also leaves three nieces, Mrs. Louis (Ida Huebner) Bishop of Manitowoc and Mrs. Edward (Nellie Huebner) Thomas and Mrs. Edward (Esther Huebner) Kerschr of Rt. 2, Manitowoc. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. April 3, 1964 P. 7 HUSSEY, JOHN A. From Der Nord Westen, 11 Aug. 1892: Death in Kaukauna on Fri. of John A. Hussey. He had formerly been a senior teacher in the 3rd Ward school and has many friends here. His body is being transported to California for burial.

IBE, MABEL Mrs. Mabel Sonnemann-Ibe was called by death on Tuesday evening at 8:50 o’clock, at the Memorial hospital at Sheboygan, where she had been confined for the past six weeks, and where she underwent an operation. The deceased was born February 26, 1909 in the town of Herman, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sonnemann. She was united in marriage with Henry Ibe of the of the town of Schleswig on September 17, 1927. After their marriage they resided with the deceased parents, and after three years moved to the homestead in the town of Schleswig. She leaves to mourn her death, her husband; a son, a daughter, her parents of the town of Herman; a sister, Mrs. Waldemar (Gertrude) Thimmig and a brother, Menard, both of Howards Grove. Two sisters and a brother preceded her in death. Funeral services will be held on Friday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock at the Meiselwitz Funeral Home and at 2 o’clock at the Louis Corners at the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church, with the Rev. Harold 0. Grunwald officiating. Burial will be made in the cemetery near Howards Grove. Body can be viewed at the Funeral Home from Thursday morning until time of funeral. - 1938 IBELING, THELMA From Der Nord Westen, 24 Oct. 1907: Thelma Ibeling, daughter of John Ibeling in Kiel, died last week in Freeport, Illinois, from a tumor whose advance could not be stopped by a recent operation.

JAEGER, CONRAD, PASTOR From Der Nord Westen, 26 Mar. 1908: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 23 Mar.) Master fisherman R.A. Kahlenberg, Pastor C. Dohler, and Mr. Wilsmann recently traveled to Racine to attend the funeral there of Pastor Conrad Jaeger who died there after serving many years as minister. JAGODINSKY, FRANK Frank Jagodinsky, 68, formerly of 1118 S. 18th St., Manitowoc, died Sunday at Dallas, Tex., where he had been residing. Funeral services were Wednesday at Dallas. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. April 22, 1970 JANDY, ELIZABETH Death claimed Mrs. Nic. Jandy on Monday morning at 2 o’clock, at her home on the corner of Seventh street and Calumet avenue, after an illness of eight months of cancer of the stomach. The deceased, nee Elizabeth LaCroix, was born near St. Anna, July 1, 1859, and was married in 1891 to Nic. Jandy. The couple lived on a farm near St. Anna until a month ago, when the family moved to take up their residence in Kiel. She is survived by her husband, and three children, namely: Henry on the farm near St. Anna, Hilde and Mary at home; four sisters: Mrs. Wm. Diedrich of Chilton, Mrs. Jos. Brill of Ripon, Mrs. Henry Stemper and Mrs. John Turba of St. Anna. The funeral took place on Wednesday morning from St. Ann’s church, Rev. Schmitt officiating. Burial in the adjoining cemetery. - 1919 JANSKY, LLOYD PETER (PETE) Lloyd Peter (Pete) Jansky, age 60, of Sierra Vista, Ariz., died at home on Tuesday, February 17, 1998, after a long struggle with cancer. A Memorial Service was held on Friday, February 27, 1998, at Our Lady of the Mountain Church in Sierra Vista. Father Bob Bryerton officiated. Pete was born May 21, 1937, in Manitowoc, son of John and Anna (Stransky) Jansky. He attended the University of Wisconsin, earning a Master’s degree in Education. He taught in Oak Park, Ill., before moving to Boulder, Colo., where he served as a teacher and as Athletic Director at Fairview High School. On July 5, 1993, he and Patricia Maki Stoor were married in Manitowoc. When Pete retired because of illness in 1994, he was a sales representative covering the western states out of Vancouver, Wash., for the Bookhouse of Jonesville, Mich. Pete was a United States Army veteran. Pete genuinely liked people and made lasting friendships wherever he lived and traveled. His greatest pleasure was in lending a helping hand to anyone who had need. Pete was an avid runner and ran in many races throughout the West. He was a devoted father and dearly loved his children and grandchildren. He love life and he touched the hearts of all who knew him. (Survivors omitted for privacy) Herald Times Reporter, March 11, 1998 JENSEN, MRS. WM. From Der Nord Westen, 14 Nov. 1907: Death in Milwaukee on Tuesday last week of Mrs. Wm. Jensen, a former resident of our city. JERGENSON, HATTIE Hattie Jergenson, Kewaunee, died unexpectedly Saturday, Nov. 20, 1999. She was born Aug. 12, 1910 in Manitowoc County to Wencil and Elizabeth (Parma) Karman. She and her husband farmed in the towns of Carlton, Franklin and West Kewaunee all their lives until retiring. She also worked at Hansen Glove Factory and Leyse Aluminum Company. She was a member of Immanuel Ev. Lutheran Church, the Ladies Aide and the Homemakers Club. She was a charter member of the Association of Retarded Persons and was instrumental in forming the Kewaunee County Development Center. She and her husband were members of the Happy Hoppers Dance Club. She was well known as the “Weather Lady,” always accurately predicting the long term weather using the Ember Days. She was married to Edward Jergenson Oct. 25, 1930. He preceded her in death Oct. 27, 1977. (Survivors omitted for privacy) She was preceded in death by one son-in-law; Willard Herzog; one daughter-in-law, Fern Jergenson; and four brothers and one sister. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Monday at Buchanan Funeral Home and after 10 am. Thesday at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Kewaunee. A funeral service will be held at 11 am. Tuesday at Immanuel Ev. Lutheran Church with the Rev. Randy Sehoemann presiding. Burial will be at Riverview Cemetery. Herald Times Reporter, November 21, 1999 JERGENSON, MARTIN Martin Jergenson, 83, of Rt. 1, Denmark, Town of Gibson, died Saturday afternoon at Park Lawn Home, Manitowoc, where he was a patient more than two years. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at First Lutheran Church, Manitowoc, the Rev. Vernon Anderson officiating. Burial will be in Town of Franklin Cemetery, Kewaunee County. Mr. Jergensen was born in the Town of Carlton, Kewaunee County, Dec. 8, 1880, son of the late Tollef and Mary Gullickson Jergenson. He married the former Josephine Krall in 1905 who died several years later. Oct. 20, 1915, he married Ella Throndson at Sandy Bay, Town of Carlton, after which the couple settled on a farm at Carlton. Thirteen years ago the couple retired to a home at Zander, Town of Gibson. Besides his wife he leaves a daughter, Mrs. Edwin Robinson, of Rt. 2, Two Rivers; a son, Melvin, of Rt. 1, Kewaunee, five grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Friends may call at Specht Funeral Home, Mishicot, until 11 a.m. Tuesday when the casket will be taken to the church where the body will lie in state until the time of service. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. March 30, 1964 P. 3 JOHNSON, JAMES E. From Der Nord Westen, 29 Aug 1907: James E. Johnson, a former resident of our county, died of consumption last week in Comfort, Texas. Mr. Johnson, who was born 41 years ago here in Manitowoc and worked as a pharmacist, moved to Texas six years ago in hopes of curing his illness. He is survived by his widow as well as his sorrowing father here. JOHNSON, MINNIE Mrs. Johnson Is Summoned Mrs. Minnie Johnson, aged 80, who for the past five years has made her home with Mrs. George Eckelmann in the town of Schleswig, passed away last Thursday at the Memorial hospital in Sheboygan. She had been confined there for a week. The deceased, nee Minnie Theel, was born in Pommern, Germany, on August 26, 1864; the daughter of William and Louise Theel. She came to America with her parents when she was four years old and located on the Theel homestead farm near Louis Corners; town of Schleswig. In 1887 she was married to August Hansmann of the town of Schleswig and the couple located in Thorp, where they operated a farm. Mr. Hansmann passed away 42 years ago and two years later she was married to Emil Johnson of Thorp, and they operated a hardware store there. Mr. Johnson passed away 34 years ago. Survivors are three children, all from her first marriage: Harry Hansmann of Milwaukee, Arthur Hansmann of Rice Lake, and Mrs. Jack (Meta) Kondell of Chicago; three grandchildren; two great- grandchildren; a brother, William Theel of this city, and a sister, Mrs. Christina Reseburg of Los Angeles, California. The body lay in state at the Meiselwitz Funeral Home until Saturday morning, when it was taken to Thorp for burial that afternoon. - 1945 JONAS, Edgar Allan (1885-1965) A Representative from Illinois; born in Mishicot, Manitowoc County, Wis., October 14, 1885; attended the public schools and graduated from the Manitowoc County Normal School; taught in the rural schools of Manitowoc County 1903-1907; was graduated from Chicago Law School in June 1910; was admitted to the bar in 1909 and commenced the practice of law in Chicago, Ill.; assistant corporation counsel of Chicago, Ill., in 1919 and 1920; first assistant State's attorney of Cook County, Ill., 1921-1923; judge of the Municipal Court of Chicago 1923-1937; judge of the Superior Court of Cook County in 1941 and 1942; associate member of Board of Pardons and Paroles of Illinois 1945-1947; delegate to the Republican National Convention in 1948; elected as a Republican to the Eighty-first, Eighty-second, and Eighty-third Congresses (January 3, 1949- January 3, 1955); unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1954 to the Eighty-fourth Congress and for election in 1956 to the Eighty-fifth Congress; resumed the practice of law and was a resident of Chicago, Ill.; died in Evanston, Ill., November 14, 1965; interment in Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago, Ill. Source: Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, 1771-Present JONAS, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 22 Aug. 1889: Death by suicide in Ahnapee of 65 yr. old John Jonas, farmer and widower who hung himself in his barn. JONES BENJAMIN Death notice in Der Nord Westen, 18 Aug. 1881 Benjamin Jones, called "Old Jones", one of the founders of the city of Manitowoc. (long article) (Note: From Benjamin Jones' biography: His remains were conveyed to Chicago for interment in Oakwood cemetery, beside those of his wife, who died in Chicago in 1859.) JONES, ELECTA Death notice in the Manitowoc Herald, Dec 29, 1859 Electa Jones died in Chicago, wife of Benjamin Jones JONES, EVA SAD BEREAVEMENT.-Miss Eva Jones, a beautful and intelligent daughter of Benjamin Jones, Esq., and sister of our fellow citizen, A.D. Jones, died in Chicago on Thursday, the 15th inst. She had been visiting with her brother here for some time, and left Manitwooc only on the Saturday previous to her disease. On the way to Chicago, she was seized with typus fever, which ended in her death as above. She has many friends here, who mourn deeply for departure, and sympathise with her afflicted parents and relatives. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, Sept. 23, 1859 P.3 JONES, LODEMA From the Manitowoc Herald, 11 Aug 1855: Lodema, daughter of B. Jones, died in Chicago. JONES, WALLIS ELTIE From Der Nord Westen, 02 Sept. 1880: Death of Wallis Eltie Jones, son of the late Wal. Jones, 17 years of age, last Mon. in California. JUNK, SON OF MATHIAS From Der Nord Westen, 09 Sept. 1909: A 25-year old unmarried son of Mathias Junk here died Tuesday night in South Carolina of yellow fever. Also, the brother of Mrs. Junk died recently at his residence in the State of Michigan.

KABEL, P.E. P. E. Kabel Dies At Rhinelander News dispatches from Rhinelander tell of the death of P. E. Kabel of that city. Mr. Kabel was Kiel’s first local pharmacist, and with Dr. L. F. Schaper, local physician with whom he was associated, erected the building on Fremont street now owned and occupied by Dr. F. P. Knauf. He had come to Kiel in 1899, and continued in business until June, 1902, when he sold his business to Ed. Gutenkunst. The building he formerly occupied had been completely destroyed in the winter of 1900 in the costliest fire Kiel had ever had. After he disposed of his business here, he attended a Chicago dental college, but although he was graduated, he never opened a practice. While in business here, he was married to Miss Meta Rollmann of Chilton. For the past years he has been actively interested in a box factory at Rhinelander. March 5, 1931 KADOW, EDWARD J. Edward J. Kadow, 57, of Antigo, a former resident of Manitowoc, died suddenly this morning at his home of a heart attack. Mr. Kadow left Manitowoc 30 years ago and established himself in the meat market business at Antigo. Survivors are the widow, four sisters, Mrs. Clara Milske, Mrs. Helen Guidinger, Mrs. Theo. Posen and Miss Hattie Kadow, all of Manitowoc, three brothers, Frank, San Francisco, Calif., Alex, Milwaukee, and Arthur, Reedsville. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. July 21, 1937 P. 9 KAESER, MICHAEL From Der Nord Westen, 11 Mar. 1909: Death in Marshfield last week of 84-year old Michael Kaeser from a stroke. Kaeser came to Manitowoc County as a child with his parents and was a resident here until moving in with his children in Stratford a few years ago. He leaves his wife and 6 children. KANITZ, GENE M. Gene M. Kanitz, age 72, a resident of Cedarburg, former long-time resident of Two Rivers and Manitowoc, died Friday morning, July 5, 2002 at Mt. Sinai Hospital, Milwaukee, following a courageous battle with leukemia. A memorial funeral service will be held at 7 p.m., Tuesday (TONIGHT), July 9, 2002, at First Immanuel Lutheran Church (Evergreen Boulevard), Cedarburg. Gene was born June 15, 1930 in Two Rivers, son of the late Edwin and Laura E. Nimmer Kanitz. He graduated from Two Rivers Washington High School with the class of 1948. (Survivors omitted for privacy) The family will greet relatives and friends at First Immanuel Lutheran Church Tuesday afternoon (TONIGHT) at 5 p.m. until the time of service at 7 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the First Immanuel Lutheran Church Organ Fund, W67N622 Evergreen Blvd., Cedarburg, WI 53012. The Mueller Funeral Home, Cedarburg, is assisting the family with funeral arrangements. Herald Times Reporter, July 9, 2002 KARBAN, VACLAV AND WIFE MESSAGE IS GREAT SHOCK TO CHILDREN Both Parents Die Within Few Hours At Langlade Mrs. John J. Cherf, Mrs. Joseph Dvorak,and Mrs. Mary Hlinak of this city received news yesterday for the death of both of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vaclav Karban, in the Town of Harrison, Langlade county, Tuesday. Mr. Karban, who was 88 died as result of a stroke of apoplexy and his wife, aged 85, succumbed to heart failure just five hours later. Mr. Karban had been in feeble health for two years and the death of her husband proved too great a shock for her to survive. Mr. and Mrs. Karban were born in Austria and married there. Mr. Karban came to the United States forty years ago, a year before other members of his family came over. They settled in the Town of Neva and resided there until about a year ago, when they went to live with their daughter, Mrs. Vincent Jirik, in the Town of Harrison. Surviving the departed are four daughters-Mrs. John J. Cherf, Mrs. Joe Dvorak, Mrs. Jirik and Mrs. Mary Hlinak of Manitowoc, and one son James Karbon. They also leave twenty-five grand-children and twelve great- grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Dvorak departed today for Antigo to attend the funeral. Manitowoc Herald News, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, March 16, 1922 P. 1 KARBATSCH, MRS. HERMANN From Der Nord Westen, 24 Jan. 1907: Death in Denver, Colorado, of Mrs. Hermann Karbatsch, a former resident of Grimms. KARLS, ALEX JR. Alex Karls, Jr., cashier of the State Bank of Howards Grove, died Sunday afternoon at St. Nicholas Hospital, a victim of cancer. He was 32. Funeral services were held Wednesday at St. Dominic's Catholic Church, Sheboygan with the Rev. Cyril Volz, pastor, as celebrant of the requiem Mass. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery, Sheboygan. A memorial fund has been established in his name. He had been cashier of the bank for 12 years, working there while still a student at Lakeland College. He also was a director of the Franklin Mutual Insurance Company. A native of New Holstein, he had been living at 1611 N. 21st Street, Sheboygan, for the past year and one-half. He was born August 1, 1936, the son of Alex and the late Teckla Karls, and was married to Geraldine Salm on June 14, 1958. They lived in St. Nazianz until moving to Sheboygan. Mr. Karls attended SS. Peter and Paul Elementary School at Kiel and was graduated from Kiel High School. He graduated from Lakeland College in 1960. He was a member of St. Dominic's Catholic Church and the parish Holy Name Society. Surviving are his wife; two children, his father, Alex Sr., five brothers, a sister, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bruckner, Kiel. His mother died earlier this year. (No newspaper named, 3-27-1969) KARN, EDWIN D. Edwin D. Karn, age 71, of Sheboygan, died on Monday, July 16, 2001 at Rocky Knoll Health Care Facility. Edwin was born March 31, 1930 to Edwin Sr. and Esther (Koebke) Karn in Manitowoc. In 1955 he married Lois Engle at St. Luke’s Catholic Church in Two Rivers. He is a graduate of Lincoln High School in Manitowoc, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with a bachelor of arts, master of arts and Ph.D. in American history, specializing in frontier history. While at the university, he was an assistant archivist at the State Historical Society. He also attended the Wisconsin Academy of Art in Milwaukee. Edwin was in the U.S. Army Combat Engineers and served in Korea from 1952 to 1953 where he received a purple heart. From 1963 to 1965 he was a civilian historian at the United States Air Force base at Truax Field in Madison. Moving to Manitowoc in 1965, Edwin began his 31 year career with the UW Center System, teaching American history in Manitowoc, Sheboygan, West Bend and Kettle Moraine Correctional Facility. He was the co-author of “American Expansion: A Book of Maps.” Edwin was active on the university campus in music and drama and was on the University Centers Faculty Senate for 17 years. He was a member of the Western History Association and many other professional historical associations. His love of singing was realized as a member of the Sheboygan chapter of SPBQSA, at one time president and director, and in the St. John the Evangelist choir in Kohler and the Archdiocesan choir in Milwaukee. Ed was the founder of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center readers and the university readers and read and directed many programs for children in the community. He also loved the out-of-doors, biking and cross-country skiing and camping and canoeing, especially on the family property on the Wisconsin River near Tomahawk. (Survivors omitted for privacy) He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister-in-law and brother- in-law, Betsy and Robert Orvis, Port Washington. A memorial service will be held on Thursday, July 19, 2001, at 11 a.m. at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Kohler, with the Rev. Thomas Lijewski, pastor, officiating and the Rev. Louis Wilimek assisting. Friends may visit with the family at the church on Thursday from 10 a.m. until the time of services. Donations will he accepted for a memorial in Edwin’s name. The Wenig Funeral Home of Sheboygan Falls is serving the family. The family wishes to thank the staff of Rocky Knoll for their special care. Herald Times Reporter, July 18, 2001 KARNOFSKY, GOTTLIEB From Der Nord Westen, 21 Feb. 1907: Charles Karnofsky, a son of our fellow citizen Gottlieb Karnofsky, and once a resident of our city, died Tuesday last week at age 59 in Minneapolis, the city to which he had moved from here 25 years ago. Pneumonia was the cause of death. KARNOPP, AUGUST From Der Nord Westen, 19 Sept. 1895: Death in Sheboygan on Sun., 08 Sept., of August Karnopp, a brother of Cooperstown resident Friedrich Karnopp. The deceased was born 18 Nov. 1820. In addition to his surviving widow, Mrs. Caroline Karnopp, he is survived by 2 sons, 2 daughters, and 17 grandchildren. The funeral took place on Tues. of last week at the Lutheran Cemetery in Sheboygan, conducted by Pastor Wolbrecht. KARNOPP, JOHANN From Der Nord Westen, 28 Mar. 1901: Death in Alma, Kansas, of Johann Karnopp, a former resident in Rosecrans in our county, but who has lived in Kansas the last 30 yrs. He is survived by his widow and 11 children as well as 8 sisters, most of whom live in our county. KARNOPP, LAURA Mrs. Laura Karnopp, a former Manitowoc resident, died at Niles, Mich., Monday evening. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at South Bend, Ind. Mrs. Karnopp was born at Manitowoc, daughter of the late Charles and Augusta Worn Gelbke. She was married to Herman Karnopp. He died about 45 years ago. Mrs. Karnopp had been making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Don (Clareice) Lakey of Niles. She was preceded in death by a sister, Mrs. William J. Raeuber, who died Jan. 13, 1960. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Lakey and Mrs. W.J. (Irma) Libke of Fond du Lac; a son, Albert of Hollywood; two grandchildren; five great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. January 26, 1960 KASPER, JACOB Kiel relatives received the news on Tuesday of the demise of Jacob Kasper, which occurred at Potter that morning. Death was due to heart failure. Decedent was 77 years of age and had been a pioneer resident of Calumet county, living in the town of Rantoul up to eight years ago. He leaves his widow, two sons and six daughters. The funeral will take place at Potter on Friday. Mr. Kasper was a brother of Mrs. Aug. Lindner and Mr. Wm. Kasper, both deceased. - Aug. 26, 1920 KAUFMAN, FRED L. Fred L. Kaufman, 69, a retired Ripon police officer and member of one of the Two Rivers' oldest families, died Friday morning of a lingering illness at home. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Evangelical Lutheran Church, Ripon. Burial will be in a Ripon cemetery. A son of the late Nicholas and Mary Kiefer Kaufman, Mr. Kaufman was born at Two Rivers March 15, 1894. He was graduated from Two Rivers High School with the class of 1912. After attending Carroll College, Waukesha, he served in the Army in World War I, stationed in the State of Wisconsin. After his discharge he and his wife, the former Adela Wallner, whom he married at Ripon in May of 1915, operated an ice cream parlor at Ripon. For many years later he was a member of the Ripon police force, retiring a number of years ago from injuries he sustained while on duty. Besides his wife he leaves two sisters, Mrs. Charles (Carrie) Mueller and Mrs. Joseph (May) Dennis, and a brother, Walter, of Two Rivers, two nieces and three nephews. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. October 19, 1963 P. 13 KEMPER, HERMANN From Der Nord Westen, 20 May 1897: Death in Milwaukee last week of the well-known Hermann Kemper, a brother of Mr. Louis Kemper of Manitowoc. KEMPER, MRS. HERMANN From Der Nord Westen, 09 June 1904: Death Sun. in Milwaukee of 65-yr. old widow Mrs. Hermann Kemper, an aunt of Mayor Kemper who was well-known here. The funeral was held yesterday and attended by Dr. and Mrs. Kemper. KEMPER, MARIE From Der Nord Westen, 05 Mar. 1908: Dr. Kemper was notified yesterday that Miss Marie Kemper, his father's sister, had died in Germany leaving an estate. Dr. Kemper and his 2 sisters, Mrs. C.C. Ertz and Mrs. Fred. Schuette, received an inheritance of 4,000 Marks, or about $1,000. KEMPFERT, ORVILLE W. Orville W. Kempfert, age 83, of West Bend, died Friday, April 16, 2004, at St. Joseph’s Community Hospital. He served as principal, teacher and musician at Bethany Lutheran Elementry School in Hustisford for 25 years; and as teacher-musician at St. John’s Lutheran School in Two Rivers. He was a member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church choir, Senior Bible Class and a church librarian. Also a member of the Washington County Senior Band and Chorus. (Survivors omitted for privacy) He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Gladys (on Oct. 18, 1995), his son Ralph and a sister in infancy. Funeral services will be held on Monday, April 19, 2004, at 7 p.m. at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 777 S. Indiana Ave., West Bend, with Pastor James R. Ziesemer and Pastor John H. Paustian officiating. Interment will take place at Hustisford Cemetery on Tuesday, April 20, at 10 a.m. Visitation at the church only will take place from 4 p.m. until the time of service at 7 p.m. on Monday. The Phillip Funeral Home of West Bend is assisting the family. Herald Times Reporter, April 18, 2004 KEMPTON, MRS. From Der Nord Westen, 28 Mar. 1901: Death in Duluth Sat. of Mrs. Kempton, a former resident here and well known by many of our readers. KERDOW, FRANZ From Der Nord Westen, 14 Aug. 1879: Death of Franz Kerdow in Scribner, Dodge Co., Neb. “He used to live in this county and has many friends and relatives in the Southern part of the county, especially in Chilton.” KESTELL, LORRAINE CHRISTEL Lorraine Christel-Kestell, age 92, formerly of New Holstein, died Friday April 1, 2005, in North Carolina. She was born May 13, 1912 in New Holstein, a daughter of the late John and Catherine Loehndorf Haensgen. Lorraine attended New Holstein schools and graduated from Marquette School of Nursing in Milwaukee in 1933. On August 25, 1938, she married Arnold Christel in Kiel. Together they owned and operated Christel's Department Store in New Holstein. Mr. Christel died on July 30, 1995. On December 27, 1996, she married Lester Kestell. The couple had resided at Felician Village in Manitowoc. Lester preceded her in death on April 30, 2003. Survivors include her three daughters, eight grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and a sister. She is further survived by Lester's children. In addition to her parents and husbands, she was preceded in death by two sisters, Frances Trier and Lucille Gall, and a grandson, Christopher Wendel. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday April 6, 2005, at Holy Rosary Catholic Church in New Holstein. Rev. Frank Weber will officiate. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Sippel Funeral Home, 2618 Altona Ave., New Holstein on Wednesday morning from 9-11 a.m., when brief family rites will be held at the funeral home. Memorials may be directed to the American Cancer Society. The Sheboygan Press, April 3, 2005 KESTLEY, JAMES From Der Nord Westen, 01 Oct. 1896: Death on Mon. of James Kestley in Athens, Wisc., at the home of his sister. The deceased, who operated a store here for a short time, died of consumption. KEUNNE, AUGUSTA Editor's Mother Dies at Sheboygan Home A telephone message from Sheboygan late Saturday afternoon informed us of the passing of our mother, Mrs. Augusta Kuenne, who was called to her reward at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Koepke, after a prolonged illness with diabetes, at the advanced age of 82 years. The immediate cause of her death was intestinal flu, with which she was stricken on Monday of last week. The deceased, nee Goecke, was born in Germany, November 2, 1844, and came to America at the age of four years with her parents, who settled on a small farm in the town of Sheboygan. She was married in 1865 to Jacob Kuenne, and the couple made their home in Sheboygan. Her husband died in 1877, as a result of an accident, the breaking of a scaffold on the Geo. End residence, where he was at work as carpenter. For the past few years she was making her home with her daughter, Mrs. A. F. Koepke, where she received the best of care during her illness. She is survived by one son, H. A. Kuenne of Kiel and one daughter, Mrs. Koepke, of Sheboygan. One daughter, Ida, preceded her in death many years ago. She also leaves one sister, Mrs. Bertha Mallmann of town Lima, and two brothers, Wm. Goecke of Sheboygan Falls, and Ferd. Goecke of Michigan; four granchildren and 1 grandchild. Funeral services took place on Tuesday afternoon at the Koepke home, with interment in Wildwood cemetery, the Rev. Grosshuesch of the Refomed church officiating. - 1927 KIESELHORST, MRS. LOUIS From Der Nord Westen, 19 Nov. 1908: Death Saturday of 82-year old Mrs. Louis Kieselhorst with burial last Wednesday in Crystal Lake. The deceased was born in Germany and came here 20 years ago with her now surviving husband. In addition to him she is survived by 9 children. They are Mrs. John Ludwig, Mrs. Minnie Lippert and Mrs. Lottie Lippert living on farms near Manitowoc; Hermann and Charles here in the city, and John, Fred, Ernst and Louis Kieselhorst in Town Newton. KIESER, JOSEPH From Der Nord Westen, 18 Sep. 1902: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 15 Sep.) Mrs. Nic. Kaufmann, with her sister Mrs. August Gloe, traveled to Kelley Brook, Oconto County, to attend the funeral of their late brother Joseph Kieser, accompanied by their uncle Chas. Gloe. KIMMES, RICHARD H. Richard H. Kimmes, 65, of Elizabethtown, Ky., died unexpectedly on June 23 at Hardin Memorial Hospital. He attended St. Ann’s Catholic School in Francis Creek and graduated from Lincoln High School in Manitowoc. Richard served in the Navy for 22 years and was later employed by the U.S. Postal Service in Manitowoc and Elizabethtown for 20 years. He was united in marriage to Martha Sixt. They were blessed with two sons. (Survivors omitted for privacy) He was preceded in death by his father, Harvey A. Kimmes. Funeral Services were held at St. James Catholic Church. Burial was at St. James Cemetery in Elizabethtown. Herald Times Reporter, July 1, 2004 KIPP, MYRON A. Myron A. Kipp, age 76, of Lakeland Fla., passed away Aug. 16, 2005. Myron was born in Kewaunee and was a former resident of Two Rivers. He moved to Florida in 1963 from Wisconsin. Mr. Kipp was a retired cable splicer for GTE Communications. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. (Survivors omitted for privacy) A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug 20, 2005, at Hope Lutheran Church, Plant City, Fla. Herald Times Reporter, Aug. 19, 2005 KITTO, SUE ELLEN Sue Ellen Kitto, age 70, died on Sept. 7, 2011, from the long-term effects of Parkinson's disease. She was born on Nov. 22, 1940, in Two Rivers, WI, to Hazel Waskow Lahey and Roy Henry Lahey. After graduating from high school in Two Rivers, she attended UW Madison and graduated from UW Oshkosh with a degree in Library Science. Sue married Robert Kitto on Aug. 28, 1965, in Two Rivers, WI. She worked as a librarian at UW Rock County for 17 years, retiring at the age of 63. Sue enjoyed reading, cooking, helping run the antiques mall that she and Bob owned, and traveling. (Survivors omitted for privacy) She was preceded in death by her parents; and sister-in-law, Sandi Lahey. In accordance with Sue's wishes, there will be no visitation. Her earthly remains were cremated, and a private family goodbye will be held later. A special thank you to all the caring people of Heartland Hospice who helped Sue the last few months. Memorials in memory of Sue may be made to the First Congregational Church of Beloit. Sue Ellen Kitto, Beloit/November 22, 1940 - September 7, 2011. KLAUCK, MATHEW Math. Klauck Rites Held Mathew Klauck, aged 77, passed away Thursday morning at the St. Nicholas hospital in Sheboygan nine days after the death of his wife. The deceased was born in Mequon, on June 26, 1863, attended the district school and learned the blacksmith trade. He married Magdalena Junk at School Hill. The couple made their home at Louis Corners for eight years, moving to Hayton later. At both places Mr. Klauck ran a blacksmith shop. In 1904, the family moved to Sheboygan, where Mr. Klauck continued blacksmithing. For the past year and a half he was employed at the city tool house as blacksmith. He was a member of the Holy Name Society of St. Peter Claver church. His first wife died on March 21, 1925, and in 1929 he married Mrs. Amelia John of Sheboygan. She died April 8. Two daughters and a son also preceded him in death. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Hans Nelson; a son George, a stepson, John Derler, all of Sheboygan; 12 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren; three sisters and five brothers, namely, Frank and John of Sheboygan, Henry of, Withee, Bernard of Milwaukee, Nicholas of Kiel, Mrs. Frank Grott of Cleveland, Mrs. John Meinert and Mrs. Alvis Hem of Kiel. Funeral services were held on Saturday morning at 8:30 o’clock at the Ramm Funeral Home, and at 9 o’clock at the St. Peter Claver church, with the Rev. C. J. Hausner officiating. Burial was made in the Holy Cross cemetery. The following from here attended the funeral services: Mr. and Mrs. Nic. Klauck, Mrs. Alvis Hein, Mrs. John Meinert, Sr., Mrs. Walter Balz, and Raymond and Isadore Klauck. - 1941 KLEIN, VINCENT From Der Nord Westen, 20 Nov. 1902: Death on 07 Nov. of Vincent Klein at the age of 79 yrs. 6 days, in the residence of his daughter in Town Sherman, Clark County. Mr. Klein was born in Germany in 1823, came to America in 1848 and settled in Manitowoc County where he operated a smithy. In 1852 he married Miss Mary Ruplinger and they settled on a farm near Manitowoc City. The pair lived there until 5 yrs. ago when they moved to the home of their daughter in Town Sherman. His wife preceded him in death 2 yrs. ago. Mr. Klein is survived by 2 sons and 1 daughter: Mrs. Otto Weihmueller, John Klein in Manitowoc, and Philipp Klein in Unity. The funeral was held 10 Nov. from the Catholic Church and the casket was buried in the Catholic Cemetery of Loyal, Wisconsin. KLEIN, WILLIAM H. William H. Klein of Elkhart Lake died on Thursday night at the home of his brother-in-law, Arthur Kestell, from tuberculosis. The deceased was born June 22, 1884 in Town Rhine a lived to be 30 years of age. He is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Arthur Kestell, Mrs. Fred Zimmermann, and Louise Klein of Elkhart Lake, Peter and Joseph Klein of Kiel. The burial is on Monday afternoon in the local Catholic cemetery with the Rev. Father Krohn officiating. Plymouth Reporter, Oct. 22, 1913 KLEMAN, MONA Miss Mona Kleman, 79, of San Diego, Calif., former Manitowoc resident, died June 14. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Esther Jones, of San Diego, and three brothers, Leo of Chicago, Reinhold of Milwaukee and Louis of Manitowoc. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. June 27, 1970 KLEMME, RHEINHOLD (unknown newspaper) 1-19-1956 Rheinhold Klemme Dies At Hospital Monday Rheinhold Klemme, 46, died at St. Nicholas hospital Monday. He had been ill for some months. He was proprietor of Pine Grove tavern and bowling alleys and well-known to many here. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at St. John's Evangelical and Reformed church in the town of Herman (Schwarzwald church) KLEIN, MARY From Der Nord Westen, 26 July 1900: Death on Wed. last week of Mrs. Mary Klein in Spencer, which is located on the Wisconsin Central Railroad. Mrs. Klein, who was 78 yrs. 7 mos. 28 days old, had formerly been a local resident here but moved to Spencer with her husband Vincenz Klein two years ago. In Spencer they intended to spend the rest of their days with their daughter Mrs. Otto Weyhemueller. The deceased had suffered from rheumatic fever for a long time which was the cause of death. In addition to her husband she leaves 2 sons (Philipp Klein of Unity, and John Klein of Manitowoc) and one daughter, the above referred to Mrs. Otto Weyhemueller. The funeral took place Sat. in Loyal. (Loyal is in Clark county) KNAUF, DR. F. P. Dr. F. P. Knauf Of Kiel Dies At Home Wednesday Kiel---Dr. F. P. Knauf, 69, for 46 years a practicing physician and surgeon at Kiel and vicinity, died suddenly at his home here, 628 Fremont street, at noon Wednesday. News of his death will come as a shock to his many friends in Manitowoc, Calument, and Sheboygan counties where he was widely known. Apparently in good health Wednesday morning, he had looked after some patients at the hospital, but complained of not feeling well when he returned home. He decided to lie down for a rest, but when called later it was found he had passed away. He was a member of the Kiel city park board for 24 years and only resigned from it just recently. Much of the planning for the beautification of Kiel is due to the earnest thought he gave to it in collaboration with other park board members. He was health officer at Kiel for many years and was also deeply interested in all social and civic affairs of the community in which he spent so many years of his life. Dr. Knauf was born at Sheboygan on March 18, 1877, the son of Nicholas and Emilie Knauf. He lived at Brillion until 1880 and at Chilton until 1900. He attended St. Mary’s parochial school, and Canisius college at Buffalo, New York, after which he began the study of medicine at the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Chicago. He was graduated there with the class of 1900 and began the practice of medicine at New Holstein. In 1903 he moved to Kiel where he formed a partnership with Dr. S. R. Sleyster until 1905 when he started conducting his own practice which he continued until the day of his death. He was married at Chicago July 1, 1902 to Mary Cecilia Grealy, and there are two daughters, Mrs. Howard (Margaret) Spindler and Mrs. Preston (Katherine) McMurry, both of Mt. Lebanon, Pa., one son, Dr. Frederick A. Knauf of Sheboygan; seven grandchildren. Other survivors are four sisters, Mrs. L. A. Keller and Mrs. F. L. Krekel of Dowagiac, Mich., Mrs. F. E. Raiche and Miss Milly A. Knauf of Marinette; three brothers, William and Dr. N. J. Knauf of Chilton , and Dr. Arthur R. Knauf of Tampa, Fla. He was a member of the St. Peter and Paul church at Kiel, American Medical association, Wisconsin Medical Society, Calumet County Medical society, Knights of Columbus, Catholic Knights, Catholic Order of Foresters, and the Kiel Association of Commerce. Funeral services will be held at St. Peter and Paul church at 9 a.m. Saturday, with Rev. F. X. Kheil officiating. Burial will be made at St. Mary’s cemetery at Chilton. The body may be viewed at the Meiselwitz Funeral home beginning this evening. The Holy Name society of the Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic church of this will have the Rosary recitation at the church for the departed member on Friday evening at 7:30 o’clock p.m. KNAUF, MRS. F.P. Mrs. F.P. Knauf Dies In Pittsburgh Monday Mrs. F.P. Knauf, long-time Kiel resident, died at the home of a daughter in Pittsburgh, Pa. Monday. She was 75 years old. She had made her home in Pittsburgh since 1954. She lived in Kiel for 50 years. A native of Ireland, Mrs. Knauf was born September 8, 1881. She came to this country in 1899 and married Dr. Knauf in Chicago. They moved to Kiel in 1904 after living two years in New Holstein. Funeral services will be held this morning, Thursday, at 10 o'clock at S.S. Peter and Paul Catholic church. The Rev. George Kiefer will be the celebrant of the mass. Burial will be made in St. Mary's cemetery in Chilton. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Howard L. Spindler of Darien, Connecticut, and Mrs. Preston V. McMurry of Pittsburgh; a son, Dr. F.A. Knauf of Sheboygan; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Catherine Grealy of Dublin, Ireland, and a half brother, John of Oxford, England. KNICKELBEIN, BLANCHE Mrs. Blanche Podhola Knickelbein, formerly of Manitowoc, died Sunday morning at Zion City Rest Home. Funeral services were Tuesday at Mr. Oluet Cemetery, Zion. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. April 28, 1970 KNIER, HENRY Funeral services for Henry Knier, 57, former Town of Meeme, Manitowoc County resident, who died unexpectedly Saturday at West Hollywood, Fla., where he had been a resident the past nine years, were Tuesday. Survivors include the wife, three brothers, Ted, his twin, and Ray of Milwaukee and George of Osman; two sisters, Mrs. August Hanke of Kiel and Mrs. Frank Brunmeier of Sheboygan. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. April 1, 1960 P. 9 KNIER, LOUIS P. Louis P. Knier, 68, of 1627 N. 10th St., a retired employe of the Ebenreiter Lumber So., died Friday afternoon at his home. Born in St. Nazianz on Aug. 12, 1895, he was a son of the late John and Mary Knier and attended St. Gregory's School in St. Nazianz. His marriage to Mary Gebhard was solemnized at St. Martin's Church at Charlestown on April 13, 1920. They farmed near Kiel and St. Nazianz before coming to Sheboygan in 1948. Mr. Knier worked at the Ebenreiter Lumber Co., until his retirement in 1961. He was a member of Holy Name Parish, the Holy Name Society, and Sheboygan Memorial Post 9156 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Mr. Knier was a veteran of World War I and the recipient of the Purple Heart award. (Survivors omitted for privacy) Services will be held at 9 a.m. Monday at Holy Name Church, following brief family rites at 8:30 a.m. at Gerend's Funeral Home. The Rev. Anthony J. Knackert, pastor, will be celebrant of the requiem High Mass and burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p.m. Sunday. Members of the Holy Name society, Catholic Knights and other parishoners will pray the rosary at 7 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home, and members of Sheboygan Post 9156 will hold a memorial services there at 8 p.m. Sunday. - 1964 KOLB, FRIEDRICH Name: Kolb, Friedrich D.: 6/1871 B.: Reg. D.: 6/9/1873 Sex: M/W Age at Death: B.P.: D.P.: Tn. of Mosel, Sheb. Co. Wis. Cem.: St. Marcus Churchyard, Tn. Mosel Ch.: Inf. & Address: Friedrich Steinhaus & Leo Fischer Spouse: F.: M.: Cause of Death: Pg. #: v.1 p.142 KONOP, EDWARD F. Edward F. Konop, 54, of Milwaukee, brother of Mrs. Edward A. Koutnik of Two Rivers and James Konop of Manitowoc, died unexpectedly of a heart attack at his home in that city Friday. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. In charge is the Ritter Funeral Home at 5310 W. North Ave., Milwaukee, where friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday. Besides the brother and sister he leaves his wife, and two other sisters, Mrs. Joseph Sloup of Tisch Mills and Mrs. Robert Guttman of Corpus Christi, Texas. Manitowoc Herald Times, Dec. 2, 1960 KONOPACKI, CLARENCE A. Capt. Clarence A. "Casey" Konopacki, U.S. Army (Ret.), age 87, of Sun City, Arizona, died Tuesday September 9, 2009 after a courageous battle with cancer. Clarence was born November 17, 1921 in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, son of the late Joseph and Johanna Konopacki. Clarence was married to Marianne F. Kruzicki of Rosholt, Wisconsin April 29, 1944. Clarence served in the U.S. Army from July 1942 to June 1962, receiving a battlefield commission to lieutenant in November of 1944. As a 24-year-old officer with the 95th Infantry Division, 377th Infantry Regiment, Company D, he fought with distinction in the battle to liberate Metz, France from German occupation. Since that day, members of the 95th have been dubbed the "Iron Men of Metz." During the battle, and under a barrage of enemy fire, Clarence ferried injured soldiers to safety across the Moselle River. For his heroism he was awarded the Bronze Star. He also served in the Korean War from 1950 to 1952. Clarence retired as a captain in the Wisconsin Army National Guard in 1962. Returning to civilian life, Clarence put his creativity to work as a display artist for the Boston Stores in Manitowoc and Oshkosh, Wisconsin. He later worked as a commercial artist and special events coordinator for the Mirro Aluminum Company of Manitowoc. Clarence retired from Mirro in 1983. He and Marianne settled in Sun City shortly thereafter. Clarence was a talented painter known for his award-winning landscapes in acrylic. He also created his own artistic style called "Contourage," painting the imagery that he found in the grain of wood panels. He continued to paint until the last days of his life. Clarence loved his retirement. His days were filled with his love of family and friends, painting, hiking, reading Louis L'Amour novels, helping neighbors as a handyman, and enjoying the Arizona sun. Among his favorite memories were visiting the WWII Memorial in Washington, D.C., traveling with Marianne, as guests of the French government, to Metz, France to celebrate the 60th anniversary of its liberation, and summers spent in Wisconsin. (Survivors omitted for privacy.) He was preceded in death by his son William, brothers Anthony, Edward, sisters Mary Ann (Ernest) Walters and Agnes Reimer and two step-grandsons Kevin and Chad Kerscher. To Clarence, God, family, and country were the most important things in life. Services will be held 10 a.m. Tuesday, September 15th, at St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church in Sun City. Special thanks to (private) of St. Elizabeth Seton and to the entire staff of Brighton Gardens Nursing Home for all of their love and support. The Arizona Republic, Sept. 13, 2009 KOTCHE, GARDIE J. Gardie J. Kotche, 49, of Rockford, Ill., a native of Francis Creek, died Wednesday at a Rockford hospital following a lingering illness. Funeral services will be at 8:30 a.m. Friday at Delanty Funeral Home, Rockford, and at St. Edward Church, Rockford. Mr. Kotche was born April 18, 1914, son of the late Joseph Kotche and Mrs. Anna Lily Kotche of Manitowoc. He was educated at Two Rivers elementary schools. He married the former Corrine Kohlbeck July 9, 1936, at Cato, where the couple resided for a time before moving to Rockford where he was superintendent for W.F. Barnes Co. for 22 years. Surviving are his wife; a son (Survivor omitted for privacy.); his mother, Mrs. Anna Kotche, of Shady Lane Home, Manitowoc; and a brother, Edwin Kotche, of Rockford. Manitowoc Herald Times, Feb. 6, 1964 P. 23 KOUDELKA, MARGARETHE From Der Nord Westen, 17 May 1900: Death in Antigo on Fri. of Mrs. Margarethe Koudelka, a former resident of our city. The funeral was held Sun. KRAINIK, ERWIN Erwin Krainik, 56, of Nine Plymouth Ave, Lancaster, Pa., died Thursday at St. Joseph Hospital, Lancaster. Funeral services will be Saturday at St. John Episcopal Church, Lancaster, with the Rev. Sherman officiating and burial in Lancaster. Mr. Krainik was born Jan. 8, 1917, in Manitowoc County, son of the late Wencel and Anna Cherney Krajnik. He attended Manitowoc schools. He was a retired engineer from General Electric Co. Nuclear Division. Survivors include his wife, three sons, two daughters, three brothers, Otto and Joseph of Rt. 1, Whitelaw and Ernest of Francis Creek; four sisters, Mrs. Ludy Larson of Oconto, Mrs. Alvina Pagel and Mrs. Ralph Peterson of Manitowoc, and Mrs. Charles Siebert of Fullerton, Calif. Two brothers and two sisters preceded him in death. Manitowoc Herald Times-Reporter, Friday September 14, 1973, page 3 KRAMPE, SALLY A. Funeral services were held in Wauwatosa for Sally A. Krampe, 78, formerly of Kiel and a resident of Wauwatosa, who died Dec. 4 in Wauwatosa after a short illness. Burial took place in Holy Cross Cemetery in Milwaukee The former Sally A. Bolz was born July 31, 1908, in Kiel, a daughter of the late John and Eva Heimerl Bolz. She attended school in Kiel, graduating from Kiel High School in 1926. After graduation, she worked at Stoelting Bros. in Kiel as a secretary. She then moved to Evanston, Ill., where she worked for the Public Service Corp. in Northbrook. In March of 1937, she married Harold Krampe in Evanston. He died in November of 1956. Mrs. Krampe moved to Wauwatosa in 1962. She was a member of St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in Wauwatosa. (Survivors omitted for privacy) She was preceded in death by three brothers and one sister. Services were arranged by Schmidt-Bartelt Funeral Home in Wauwatosa. KRIEGER, WILLIAM Wm. Krieger Dies At 74 Son of Pioneer Here Passes Away At St. Louis Recently News of the death of William Krieger, son of a pioneer Kiel man, in St. Louis Mo., last week, has been received here by relatives. Mr. Krieger had reached the age of 74 years, having been born here August 11, 1858. He was born on the Krieger homestead farm just east of Kiel now known as the Jugenheimer farm. As a young man he interested himself in the brewing industry, learning his trade at Chilton and Milwaukee. Moving to St. Louis he became associated with the Annhaesser-Busch Co., where he gradually rose to the position of general superintendent of that large plant. He was married in St. Louis. He resigned his position there shortly after prohibition took effect. He was well—known here, both as a resident and even later, when he would come through this part of the state buying barley for the St. Louis firm. During the World War his oldest daughter won distinction as a nurse. She was in charge of a group of 73 nurses who left St. Louis for France, and largely through her capable management and leadership the entire party returned intact. The deceased was one of a family of 10 children, all of them survive him. The brothers are Fred, Robert, August, Otto and Alfred of Milwaukee; the sisters are Mrs. Pauline Lueps of Manitowoc, Mrs. Bertha Bredow of Davenport, Iowa Miss Clara Krieger of St. Louis, and Mrs. Castor Kuehl of Brillion. He is survived also by seven children. Funeral services were held at St. Louis. - April 2, 1932 KROLL, GEORGE E. Word has been received of the death of George E. Kroll, 52, at Honolulu, Hawaii, where he had been residing at a hotel. Death was unexpected. Mr. Kroll was born at Manitowoc Sept. 1, 1907, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Anton J. Kroll. He attended St. Mary Parochial School and after graduation went to Chicago where he was employed by Chicago Bridge and Iron Works. In 1936, he moved to California and worked for Richfield Oil Co. abroad the U.S.A. Augie World in ocean going oil transport. During World War II he served in the merchant marines, transporting oil. One of his ships was sunk in combat and he spent 24 hours in a life boat before being rescued. After the war he continued sailing for several concerns and at the time of his death was attached to the S.S. Valient Hope. He concluded more than 25 years of sailing with the rank of third assistant engineer. Mr. Kroll never married. Surviving are three brothers, Frank of Long Beach, Calif., Leon of Milwaukee and Anton, a twin brother, of Manitowoc; and two sisters, Mrs. Marie Siebel of Long Beach and Mrs. James B. Young of Newark, Ohio. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. March 12, 1960 P. 14 KROSTAG, WILLIAM Ed. Krostag received a message on Monday from Rozellville, Wis., informing him of the sudden death of his brother William, and the latter’s eldest son, aged 20 years. A letter received by Mr. Krostag Tuesday morning stated that both were victims of Spanish influenza. They were being cared for in the hospital at Marshfield. Mr. Krostag left Wednesday morning for Rozellville, to attend the funeral. - 1918 KRUEGER, EMIL From Der Nord Westen, 09 July 1908: A sad accident occurred Sunday morning in the vicinity of Brillion. Brillion resident Emil Krueger about 26, fell under the wheels of the Ashland Express which was coming from the north to Manitowoc. It appears that Krueger attended a dance in Ryan's Grove near Brillion on July 4th, after which he accompanied Miss Agnes Kirk to her residence and then headed toward his own home using the railroad rightof-way. The engineer of the fast moving train saw him only a moment before impact. It has not been established whether Krueger tried to get off the tracks or not. What is known is that in the next few seconds the man's body was torn into a hundred pieces. The engineer brought the train to a stop as soon as possible, but it was too late to do anything for the victim. KRULL, CAROL M. (WIGEN) Age 88, died peacefully in her sleep on Dec. 16, at Crista Retirement Community in Shoreline. She lived in Enumclaw 40 years before moving to be closer to her daughters. She was born to Jennie and Charlie Wigen, near Valders, Wis., on Dec. 11, 1917. Carol was a dedicated R.N. for 35 years, serving in hospitals, a nursing home and as a teacher. She was also a beloved mom and grandma, good friend and tireless volunteer. She lived out her faith by serving missionaries around the world. (Survivors omitted for privacy.) She was preceded in death by her husband Leonard Krull, in 1971, and daughter Cindy Krull, in 1985. Memorial Service is Thursday, Dec. 22, at 11 a.m., at Hillside Community Church in Enumclaw. Remembrances to Hillside Community Church Missions Fund, 24015 SE 436th Way, Enumclaw, 98022; or Enumclaw Community Hospital Foundation, P. O. Box 905, Enumclaw. Seattle Times, Dec. 21, 2005 KRUMEL, DANIEL FRANCIS 1934 - 2006 Daniel Francis Krumel, 72, died December 24, 2006 at home after an extended cardiac illness. Daniel was born January 28, 1934 in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. In his youth, Daniel worked on a farm, delivered newspapers, spotted pins at the local bowling alley and sold shoes. He graduated from Lincoln High School in 1952 and the University of Wisconsin in 1960. Daniel served in the U.S. Army from 1953 to 1955. He was employed by the City of Pensacola in 1960. In 1964, Daniel was appointed Executive Director of the West Florida Regional Planning Council, a position he held until his retirement in June 2001. Daniel was active in numerous civic and charitable organizations and was a past Governor of the Alabama-West Florida District Civitans International Organization. (Survivors omitted for privacy) Visitation will be Wednesday December 27, 2006 at 5:45 p.m. at St. Paul's Catholic Church at 3131 Hyde Park Rd., Pensacola, Florida. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday, December 28, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Paul's Catholic Church. Everyone is invited to lunch at St. Paul's Church in the Geri Room immediately following the funeral Mass. Interment will follow at Bayview Memorial Park Cemetery. (Pallbearers omitted for privacy) In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to St. Paul's Building Fund/Organ Fund at 3131 Hyde Park Rd., Pensacola, Fla. 32503 and the American Cancer Society at 5401 Corporate Woods Drive, Pensacola, Fl. 32504. BAYVIEW FISHER-POU CHAPEL, is in charge of arrangements. Pensacola News Journal, Pensacola, Florida, Wednesday, December 27, 2006 (sent in by researcher/see contributors page) KRUZICH, AGNES Mrs. John Kruzich, 65, of Iron River, Mich., died Tuesday afternoon at Crystal Falls Hospital, Mich., where she had been a patient since Sunday. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Agnes Catholic Church, Iron River. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Kruzich, nee Agnes O'Hearn, was born Dec. 21, 1905, at Maple Grove, daughter of the late James and Mary Doolan O'Hearn. She attended grade and junior high school at St. Patrick, Maple Grove, and was graduated from St. Joseph Academy at Green Bay in 1922. In 1928, she was graduated from Holy Family School of Nursing, Manitowoc, and held nursing positions at Holy Family Hospital, Manitowoc, and Maple Crest Sanitorium at Whitelaw for several years. She was a past member of the 12th District Nurses Assn. and the Holy Family Alumnae. She was married to Joseph Kruzich Dec. 27, 1958, at St. Patrick Catholic Church at Maple Grove. She was presently a member of St. Agnes Catholic Church, Iron River. Survivors include her husband; two sisters, Mrs. John Keehan of Branch and Miss Mary D. O'Hearn, R.n., of Milwaukee; a brother, Allan, of Maple Grove; a step-son, five step-grandchildren and nieces and nephews. (Survivors edited for privacy) Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. May 20, 1970 KUGLER, CHARLES From Der Nord Westen, 19 Apr. 1906: Charles Kugler in Milwaukee, a son of our old friend Adolph Kugler in Manitowoc Rapids, died last week at age 44. By this death Mr. Kugler has lost his 7th child, 3 having died within the last 2 years, and of the family's 11 children, only 4 are still living. The young deceased was buried Monday in Milwaukee. KUMBALEK, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 25 May 1893: Sudden death on Sun. of John Kumbalek in Ahnapee. The deceased was a brother of Two Rivers resident Anton Kumbalek and at one time was a resident there himself. KUNZ, CHARLES From Der Nord Westen, 24 Aug. 1893: Julius Linstedt learned yesterday that former local resident Charles Kunz died Tues. in Chicago following an operation. KUPLIC, JOSEPH Joseph Kuplic, 84, father of Police Chief J.J. Kuplic, Manitowoc, died this morning in the Oconto Falls hospital, where he had been a patient for some weeks. Mr. Kuplic was stricken at his farm home, five miles north of Oconto Falls, six weeks ago. Funeral services have not been completed as yet. Besides the local chief of police, Mr. Kuplic is survived by two other sons, Edward at home and George of Stevens Point, and two daughters, Mrs. George Dinneen of Beardsford, South Dakota and Mrs. Anton Hamachek of Kimberly. Chief Kuplic said he would go to Oconto Falls tomorrow. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. March 7, 1939 P. 2 KURTZWELLY, JACOB From the Manitowoc Herald, 23 Sep 1854: Jacob Kurtzwelly from Chicago was stabbed and died. (his killer was found not guilty) KURZ, MRS. AUGUST (nee SCHROEDER) From Der Nord Westen, 04 June 1903: Death in Milwaukee Wed. last of Mrs. August Kurz, a former resident of our city. The deceased, who was born here the daughter of Mr. W. Schroeder, had married Mr. Kurz and lived here for many years before they moved to Kiel and from there to Milwaukee. In addition to her husband she leaves 2 daughters as well as her parents and 2 brothers. The funeral was held in Milwaukee. KURZ, ROSE Milwaukee papers of last week contained the report of the death of Miss Rose Kurz, who passed away at the Columbia hospital at the age of 61 years. The funeral took place Friday with interment in Forest Home cemetery. Miss Kurz was formerly a resident of Kiel and a sister of August Kurz, who conducted a cigar factory here and was succeeded by H. J. Ammann. They moved to Milwaukee some 25 years ago. Two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Cordes and Mrs. Minnie Hipke, and two brothers, Arthur and Louis Kurz, survive her. 1950 KUSTERMANN, CHRISTINA Many Present At Kustermann Rites Funeral services for Mrs. Christina Kustermann, who passed away February 12, were held on Saturday of last week at the Sts. Peter and Paul church here, with interment in Sheboygan. The deceased, nee Kress, was born July 30, 1855, in Sheboygan. She was married May 28, 1878, of which union there survives one of three children, Mrs. Fred Lulloff of this city. Eight brother and sisters survive: Math. Kress of Milwaukee and John Kress of Centerville; and Mrs. Katherine Sperner and Mrs. John Haynes of Milwaukee, Mrs. John Himmelsbach of Merrill, and Mrs. Theresa Acker, Mrs. Lena Adolph, and Miss Alma Kress, all of Sheboygan. The deceased was a member of the Christian Mothers Society of the Sts. Peter and Paul church. Following are relatives from away who attended the funeral of Mrs. Kusterman. Mrs. John Himmelspach and daughter Elaine of Merrill, Mrs. Emil Sperner and son Frank, Mr. and Mrs. John Haynes, Math. Kress and son Lawrence, and Mrs. Walters of Milwaukee; Mrs. John Acker and sons Joseph and Clemens, Mrs. Christ Adolph and son Nick, and Mrs. Thomas McCarthy all of Sheboygan; John Kress and sons of Centerville, Ray Bennin of Platteville, Clemens Bennin of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. August Bennin of Charlesburg, Mrs. Math Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Neilitz, Joseph Wagne and Frank Wagner of Manitowoc, Mrs. John Mertz of Chilton, Mrs. Peter Smasl, Mrs. Julius Wagner and Augustine Kustermann of St. Nazianz. 2-12-1930