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MEINNERT, MARTHA Mrs. Edwin Meinnert, 85, formerly of 4224 N. Lakeshore Road, a resident of Morningside Nursing Home, died there Tuesday evening after a brief illness. The former Martha Neumann was born Oct. 7, 1899 in the Town of Schleswig (Manitowoc County), daughter of William and Anna Maurer Neumann. On Oct. 28, 1926, she married Edwin Meinnert at Bethlehem Reformed Church, Town of Schleswig. They operated a cheese factory in the Franklin area until 1945. She was a member of Saron United Church of Christ. (Survivors omitted for privacy) She was preceded in death by a brother, a half-brother and a half-sister. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Nickel-Lippert funeral Home. The Rev. Edwin E. Beatty, pastor of Saron United Church of Christ, will officiate. Burial will be in Wildwood Cemetery. MEISTER, LILLIAN Mrs. Edgar Meister, 49, nee Lillian Houghton, former Manitowoc resident, died early today at her home in Chicago. She was born in this city in 1893, daughter of the late George Houghton, for many years agent of the Goodrich Transit Company here. She was married to Edgar Meister and they located in Chicato. Survivors are the widower; two sons, Edgar, Jr., of this city, John of Chicago; three brothers, George of this city, Burton of Omaha, Harry, in the armed services in California; three sisters, Mrs. Archie Wolf, of this city, Mrs. John Behnke, of Brillion, Mrs. Ben Quandee, of Chicago. Funeral services will be held in Chicago, probably on Tuesday. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. January 2, 1943 MELHORN, REV. DR. REGINALD L. I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. II Timothy 4:7 Dr. Reginald L. Melhorn was welcomed into heaven by his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on February 15, 2003. He was a beloved and respected minister of the gospel for 49 years. He was born to Arthur and Leona Melhorn on June 24, 1926 in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. During his youth he learned to fish and play golf, and he enjoyed these activities during his entire life. He also had a lifelong interest in learning. He graduated from Arizona Bible Institute in 1947 and was ordained in 1949. In 1957 he received a BA from California Baptist Theological Seminary. He earned an MA from Seattle Pacific College in 1972 and a Master of Divinity from Western Evangelical Seminary in 1977. In 1982 he earned a Doctor of Ministry from Fuller Theological Seminary. He was an avid student of the Bible, and he loved the people that he ministered to in various Baptist churches throughout the years. Dr. Melhorn spent his early years in Wisconsin. He moved to Portland, Oregon and then to Phoenix, Arizona during his teen years. During this time, he met Barbara Matthews, and they were married on December 20, 1946. After Bible school he went on to pastor churches in Arizona, California, Oregon and Washington. He was the founding pastor of Temple Baptist Church in Everett and was there from 1960 to 1972. He also served at Ballard Baptist from 1977 to 1991 and Kenmore Baptist from 1992 to 1993. He moved back to Everett in 1996. (Survivors omitted for privacy.) He was preceded in death by his parents and his sister, Catherine Svensson. The family appreciates the compassionate care that was given to him by the staff of Alterra Claire Bridge of Silver Lake and Providence Hospice during the past 2-1/2 years.A memorial service will be held at Edgewood Baptist Church, 20406- 76th Ave. W., Edmonds, on Saturday, February 22 at 2 :00 p.m. Memorial donations may be made to B.G.C. Global Church Planting at 2002 S. Arlington Heights Rd., Arlington Heights, IL 60005. Everett Herald, Feb. 19, 2003 MENCKE, WILLIAM F. Funeral services for William F. Mencke, 65, of Newton, Iowa, who died Wednesday, Feb. 3, were Saturday at Zoar Reformed Church at Newton. Burial was in the church cemetery. Mr. Mencke was born April 29, 1894, and Aug. 22, 1955, married Annie Bohne Dill a native of the Town of Meeme, Manitowoc County, at Newton, Iowa, where they resided since their marriage. Survivors are his wife; a daughter, Mrs. George Swalwell and two grandchildren. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. February 11, 1960 P. 19 MENGE, CARL From Der Nord Westen, 23 Nov. 1893: The passing of another former resident of our city, Mr. Carl Menge, was reported in the L'Anse Michigan "Sentinel" - (long obituary, the basic elements of which follow). Death on Mon., 13 Nov. of Carl Menge after a long illness. He was born 11 Apr. 1812 in Weimar, Saxony, and reached the age of 81 yrs. He left there in 1850 for Manitowoc, Wisc. Following the death of his wife in 1876, he moved here to L'Anse and lived since then with his son August Menge. He is survived by 3 sons. His death was caused by a stroke. The funeral was conducted by the Rev. F.O. Jones of the Methodist Church, with burial at the L'Anse Cemetery. MENKE, FRED Brother of E. Menke Dies Fred Menke, aged 85, veteran harness dealer of Potter, passed away Sunday at 7 p. m. after a lengthy illness. The deceased was born in Oldenburg, Germany on November 15, 1853, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Menke. He came to this country when he was 15 years old and settled at Potter. On October 31, 1880 he was united in marriage with Miss Diedericka Albers at Potter, and she preceded him in death in 1933. A son also preceded him in death. Survivors are four sons, Hugo H. of Washington, D. C.; Max E. of Nekoosa; the Rev. Otto A. Menke of Plymouth R. 1, and Walter, at home; one brother, Ernst, of this city; and 10 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Funera1 services were held today Thursday at the residence at 1:30 p. m. and at 2 p. m. at the Evangelical and Reformed church at Potter. The Rev. Julius Roseneau officiated, and burial will be made at Potter. 1939 MERKES, WILLIAM William Merkes, 62, of 2931 N. 77th Ave., Elmwood Park, Ill., died Tuesday after a lingering illness. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Elmwood Park with burial there. He married the former Theresa Baer of St. Nazianz in 1929 at St. Gregory Catholic Church, St. Nazianz. Surviving are his wife, three sons and a daughter. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. January 8, 1964 P. 24 MERRILL, A. K. From Der Nord Westen, 01 Feb. 1894: Death of A.K. Merrill last week in Waukegan, Ill., a former resident of Manitowoc and brother of local resident R.G. Merrill MERTENS, ANTON Anton Mertens of Charlesburg died Saturday morning at 8 o’clock after a short illness. The funeral was held at the St. Charles church Tuesday morning, at 10 o’clock. Rev. Nilles, assisted by two other priests, had charge of the services. Besides his wife the deceased leaves five sons and four daughters: John Mertens, Johnsburg; Math. Mertens, Manitowoc; Lawrence Martens, Jericho; Joe. Mertens, Charlesburg; Oscar at home; Mrs. Schaub, Fond du Lac; Mrs. Peter Wagner, Johnsburg; Mrs. Michael Dorn, New Holstein; and Mrs. Math. Schmitt, New Holstein. MERTENS, LUCY EXTRA! FORMER LOCAL WOMAN DEAD AT MILWAUKEE Mrs. Jos. Mertens, nee Lucy Schneider, is Dead in That City OPERATION PROVES FATAL TO HER TODAY (Special to the Herald.) MILWAUKEE, Feb. 1.-Mrs. Joseph Mertens, formerly of Manitowoc and wife of Joseph Mertens of this city, died at a hospital here today following an operation for goitre which she underwent yesterday. Mrs. Mertens was 35 years old and had been ill only a few days. (remainder of article unreadable) Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, February 1, 1916 P.1 ******** FORMER LOCAL YOUNG WOMAN PASSES AWAY Mrs. Joseph Mertens nee Miss Lucy Schneider, aged 35, formerly of this city, died Tuesday in a hospital at Milwaukee following an operation for goitre which she underwent on Monday. She had been ill only a few days. A host of friends in this city mourn her demise. Mrs. Mertens was born and raised in this city, being the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schneider, formerly residing on Niagara avenue between Fifth and Sixth streets. She left this city about twelve years ago for Manitowoc where she was employed for a number of years at the Stumpf & Langhoff store. Mr. Mertens was manager of the store in which his wife was employed. They later moved to Milwaukee where Mr. Mertens at present is in charge of the Clothing department of the Gimbel Bros. store. The deceased is survived by her husband and two children, one of whom is of delicate health. The family home is at West Allis. Sheboygan Press, Wednesday, February 2, 1916 P.1 MEXICO, BENJAMIN Y. INDIAN CHIEF, BORN AT RAPIDS IN 1835, PASSES AWAY AT GOVERNMENT RESERVATION, 82 YRS Mexico Was Son of Chief Waumegeshko, Early Day Leader of Tribes and Signer of Treaty of 1833 for Which He received Medal from U.S. Benjamin Y. Mexico, Indian chieftain, born at Rapids, this county in 1835, is dead at the government reservation at Keshena, according to news received in the city today. Chief Mexico died on Christmas day at the age of 82 years. The burial was held at Keshena. Mexico was the son of Chief Waumegeshko, familiarly known as Wampum, who was the leader of the mixed tribes which, inhabited Manitowoc county in the early 30's and remained here until the late 50's. Chief Waumegeshko was one of the signers of the treaty of 1833, known as the Chicago treaty, which ceded to the whites all of the lands in the northwest section, in recognition of his participation in the treaty, he was presented with a medal by the government. The Indians did not leave this section, following the treaty but Waumegeshko and his tribe remained in this section until the outbreak of the civil war, the camp of the Indians being located at what is known as Cato Falls. The camp was there at the time of the Indain scare of 1842 when the district was aroused to terror by reports of an uprising of the tribe. Two whitemen, who refused to believe the report, visited Waumegeshko's camp and found the Indians quiet and with no signs of the reported uprising apparent. The chief accompanied them to Rapids to give his personal assurance that there was no trouble. Mexico, whose death is reported, was known to many of the older residents of the city and county and after going to the Keshena reservation, where he has been since leaving here, he made several visits to the city, and was a guest of people he knew as a youth, including the late Mrs. P.P. Smith, Mrs. P.J. Pierce and Mrs. N.B. Morse. Eight years ago he came here as the guest of the County Historical society for dedication of a monument to his late father. He was a man of intelligence, though little educated and was a recognized leader at Keshena. He had taken much interest in religious work and was affiliated with the work of the Episcopal church at the reservation. Mexico's father died in 1844 and his son was chief of the tribes later. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Saturday, December 29, 1917 P.1 MEYER, ALMA W. Alma W. Meyer, 94, formerly of 1605 N. 17th St., a resident of Greendale Nursing Center, died there Friday evening after a long illness. The former Alma Semph was born in the town of Herman, Jan. 17, 1890, a daughter of Henry and Ida Schmidt Semph. On April 3, 1910, she married Robert W. Meyer at St. John United Church of Christ in Schwartzwald. The couple farmed in North Dakota, returning in 1915 to farm the Meyer homestead in the Town of Meeme. They retired in 1963 and move to Sheboygan. Mr. Meyer died in January 1965. Mrs. Meyer was a lifelong member of St. John UCC in Schwartzwald, a former choir member and treasurer of the Womens Guild of the church. She belonged to the Town of Meeme Homemakers Club, the Manitowoc County Farm Bureau and its chorus, and Senior Citizens of Sheboygan. Surviving are three sons, Alfred of Kiel, Elmer of rural Elkhart Lake, Willard of Manitowoc; a daughter, Mrs. Harold (Adeline) Kolb of Cleveland; 12 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Marie Starck of Sheboygan; two brothers, Walter Semph of Howards Grove and Roland Semph of Fontana, Calif. Preceding her in death were a daughter; two great-grandchildren; four sisters; and two brothers. The funeral will be Monday at 11 a.m. at St. John UCC in Schwartzwald. The Rev. Roy D. Miller, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in the church cemetery. MEYER, CARL Carl Meyer, Known Here, Dies at 53 In Milwaukee Carl Meyer, 53, brother of John Meyer of this city, died suddenly yesterday in a Milwaukee hospital of a head injury suffered when he fell Sunday night in his home in Milwaukee. The deceased, who was a jeweler, was born in Algoma and moved to Milwaukee 23 years ago. He is survived by two brothers, Leo, Milwaukee, and John, Manitowoc, and seven sisters including Sister M. Sybilline, this city. Funeral services will be held Friday at Algoma. Manitowoc Herald Times, Thursday, December 27, 1934 P.5 MEYER, FLORENCE Last Rites Held for Mrs. Meyer Suddenly stricken after having entertained relatives in the evening Mrs. George C. Meyer, long a resident of Kiel, died Sunday evening, Dec. 30, at Prairie du Sac. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer were driving their guest home, and on the way Mrs. Meyer complained of being ill. A nearby doctor treated her but the end came in a few minutes. The deceased, nee Florence Bickford, was born in Rockford, Ill., March 19, 1875. She went to Prairie du Sac with her parents in 1882 where her father conducted a creamery for a number of years. Her early life was spent in that village where she attended the village schools. Her talent for music early recognized, she became a member of the choir of the Presbyterian church in 1891 and until her death she was a member of the church choirs wherever she lived. At the time of her decease she was a member of the Twin City Civic Chorus. She was united in marriage to George Meyer August 25, 1897. They continued to reside in Prairie du Sac while Mr. Meyer was connected with the store of Felix and Schneller. In 1907 they removed to Kiel and continued their residence here until 1931, when they returned to Prairie du Sac, which has since been their residence. To this marriage two sons were born. Howard entered the radio service during the World War and passed away in Cambridge, Mass., on September 23, 1918. Mrs. Meyer was one of Kiel's gold star mothers. Besides her husband, one son, Melvin Meyer of Waukesha, two brothers, Byron of South Carolina, and Charles and one sister, Ella, both of Prairie du Sac, survive to mourn her loss. The funeral was held from the Presbyterian church of Prairie du Sac Thursday afternoon with a crowded house of relatives and friends. The Rev. Oliver Johnson and the Rev. James MacElree of Lodi, a former pastor, officiated. MEYER, HERMANN (Civil War vet) From Der Nord Westen, 26 Mar. 1903: A telegram received yesterday from Sedalia, Missouri, reported the death of Hermann Meyer, a former resident of our city and brother of F.W. Meyer, well-known hardware merchant. The deceased had spent his childhood and youth in our city and enlisted from here in the 26th Regiment during the Civil War. About 34 yrs. ago he relocated to Sedalia where he has served for the last 30 yrs. as superintendent of the streetcar system there. He is survived by his widow and 4 children as well as his sorrowing parents and 3 sisters. MEYER, JACOB From Der Nord Westen, 10 Sept. 1908: Death Sunday in Chicago, quite unexpectedly, of 37-year old Jacob Meyer, a brother of Hans Meyer here. MEYER, JOHN JOHN MEYER, OWNER SALOON AT QUAY AND 8TH, FOUND DEAD IN BED AT HILBERT, ILL FEW DAYS John Meyer, owner of the saloon at Quay and Eighth street, died suddenly at Hilbert yesterday where he was visiting with his brother. Mr. Meyer was found dead in his bed, a victim of heart failure. Mr. Meyer left here on Tuesday. He was taken ill Sunday and upon advice of friends decided to go to the country for a short time. ????? he had a premonition that de?? ??? was near and in bidding ??? ??? said that he did not ex????? ????. Decedent was almost ????? of age and is survived by his brother at Hilbert. The burial will be held there. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Friday, May 5, 1916 P.5 (NOTE: Hilbert is in Calumet county/this was light and hard to read) MEYER, PETER (Civil War vet) Peter Meyer, 87, a former resident of Kiel, died last Friday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jos. Turba at Sheboygan, where he had resided since July of last year. Mr. Meyer was born in Biedesheim, Prussia on Nov 18, 1838. At the age of 17 years he came to this country with his parents and settled on a farm in the town of Rhine. He was a Civil War veteran, having enlisted in Co G, 35th regiment and served in the army for ten months, receiving an honorable discharge. After his marriage to Miss Katherine Kleinhans in 1866, the couple conducted a farm and saloon, in the town of Rhine until 1878 when Mr. Meyer started a cheese factory. In 1884 he sold his, business to Jac. Strub and purchased the general store and cheese factory Joe Huberty (rest missing) - 1926 MEYER, PETER J. From Der Nord Westen, 12 Sept. 1895: (From the correspondent in Kiel, 09 Sept.) Death of Peter J. Meyer, a few days before his 90th birthday, in the home of his oldest son in St. Anna. In St. Anna he had operated a store, a hotel, and a cheese factory. MEYER, MRS. PHILIPP From Der Nord Westen, 29 Aug. 1901: Consumption took the life of Mrs. Philipp Meyer late Wed. night at the age of 23. She is survived by her husband and one child. The casket was sent to Marinette for burial. MEYER, WILLIAM A. William A. Meyer, 87, of Shawano, the oldest general agent of the Old Line Life Insurance Co. of Milwaukee, died at the home at 408 West Picnic St., at that city Tuesday morning. Masonic funeral services conducted by the Shawano Lodge of Masons will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Peace Lutheran Church, Shawano. Burial will be in a Shawano cemetery. Born in the Town of Morgan, Oconto County, in 1872, he moved to Shawano as a young man where he established an insurance agency, with his sons as associates, which attracted national attention in the underwriting field a number of years ago. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Jack Kroenke and Mrs. Eleanor Pahr of Shawano and Mrs. Otto Staidl of Two Rivers and five sons, Arthur, Albert, William Jr., and Ora of Shawano and Royal Meyer of Manitowoc. Friends may call at the Born-Schweers Funeral Home, Shawano, until 11 a.m. Thursday when the casket will be taken to the church. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. January 27, 1960 MILES, MRS. GUY From Der Nord Westen, 25 Apr. 1901: Mrs. Guy Miles, a former resident of our city, died Thurs. in New Rochelle, N.Y. MILLER, EARL F. Earl F. Miller, ??, former Manitowoc architect, died Friday at Palm Springs, California, according to a telegram received here. He had been in failing health several months. Funeral services will take place in Los Angeles, where he has resided in recent years. Mr. Miller, a son of Mrs. and Mrs. Frank A. Miller, was born in Manitowoc and after graduation from the local high school attended an architect's school in Chicago. He returned to this city and opened an architect's office in the Dempsey building. In 1920 Mr. Miller closed out his business here and moved to Appleton where he organized Earl Miller, Inc., an architect firm which he headed for many years. Thirteen years ago he became affiliated with the Miller Malting Company on the west coast, of which his father, Frank A. Miller, was one of the founders. Survivors are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller of Los Angeles; daughter, Mrs. George Butler of Los Angeles; sister, Mrs. Carl Ruenzel of Chicago; and a grandchild. Manitowoc Herald Times, January 9, 1943 P. 4 MILLER, MRS. EARL MRS. MILLER TO BE BURIED AT HARVARD. Funeral to Take Place in that City on Thursday Afternoon. Funeral services for the late Mrs. Earl Miller, announcement of whose sudden death at Harvard yesterday was a great shock to this city, will be held at Harvard, Ill., Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with interment in that city. A number from this city will go to Harvard to attend the funeral. Mrs. Miller's death was due to heart failure and was entirely unexpected, her condition having shown marked improvement and the fatal attack coming suddenly and without warning. Mr. Miller had been at Harvard for Sunday and had returned to this city only a few hours before the message of his wife's death was received. Mrs. Miller was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Hanley of Harvard and was 27 years of age. Her marriage to Mr. Miller three years ago was the outgrowth of a college acquaintance formed at Beloit. Mrs. Miller had surrounded herself with a host of admiring friends in this city to whom her death comes as a great sorrow. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, January 11, 1916 P.5 ********* HARVARD REPORTS TELL OF DEATH OF MRS. EARL MILLER STRICKENS SUDDENTLY, WHILE APPARENTLY IMPROVING SHE SURVIVED BUT TWENTY MINUTES, FUNERAL HELD AT HARVARD TODAY Harvard, Ill., reports received in the city today relative to the death of Mrs. Earl Miller, of this city, whose funeral was held at Harvard this afternoon, say that up to within twenty minutes of her sudden demise Mrs. Miller was apparently well and her condition wholly satisfactory, as it had been for days previous. A few mintues before death came Mrs. Miller spoke of slight pain in her left knee, a moment later in her left hip, followed immediately by a muscular tremor and difficulty in breathing. Though the physician and nurse were present and did all that medical skill suggested, death ensued within twenty minutes. The cause being the freeing of a clot of blood in a vein which was carried to the heart. The formation of the clot of blood is attributed to an accident she sustained about a year ago, falling down a flight of stairs. Olive Manley Mailler was born April 8, 1891, and graduated from the Harvard high school in 1909. She attended school at the University of Illinois at Urbana and was a member of the Pi Beta Phi in 1910. She was married to Earl Miller of this city Sept. 27, 1911. Besides her husband and baby daughter, Mrs. Miller is survived by her parents and two brothers. Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Miller and E.C. Sixta of this city are at Harvard for the funeral today. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, January 13, 1916 P.1 MILLER, RICKA Mrs. Fred Miller Dies In Milwaukee Mrs. Fred Miller, 78, a former resident of this city, died Friday in Milwaukee. Since the death of her husband, Mrs. Miller has made her home with her son, Fred, in that city. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon in Milwaukee. Mrs. Miller, whose maiden name was Ricka Brandt, was born in this city. She was married to Fred Miller 53 years ago. Mr. Miller at one time served as register of deeds in this county. Later Mr. and Mrs. Miller moved to Milwaukee. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Henry Dessler, Milwaukee, two sons, Fred and Herbert, Milwaukee, two sisters, Mrs. Fred Mahnke Sr., city, and Mrs. Fred Pinger, Wayside; two brothers, William, Glenbeulah, Wis., Charles, Kellnersville, and three grandchildren. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. December 12, 1936 P. 9 (Note: Possibly Fred P. Mueller and Friedericke M.L. Brandt in marriages) MILLER, VINCENT From Der Nord Westen, 22 Feb. 1906: Joseph Miller here received news last week that his brother Vincent in Austria had died. The deceased is the father of Wenzel Miller, who lived here for a year and who our readers will remember because of his performances before the German Club. MILLS, JUDGE J.T. From Der Nord Westen, 25 Nov. 1897: It is reported from Denver that Judge J. T. Mills, father of Mrs. J. S. Anderson of Manitowoc, died there a few days ago. MILLS, J. WARREN From Der Nord Westen, 23 May 1907: Mrs. J.S. Anderson received a telegram Saturday that her brother, Mr. J. Warren Mills, had died in Denver, Colorado. The deceased, who was 56, was a successful lawyer and had earned a name for himself as author of several legal books. MOG, GUSTAVE Former Kiel Resident Dies At Port Washington Gustave Mog, aged 55, passed away at the St. Alphonsus hospital in Port Washington on Friday evening, having suffered a hemorrhage that morning while at work at the Kwik Wix Co. The deceased was born in Plymouth April 6, 1892. He was married to Miss Hildegarde Eckardt in 1913. For several years they resided in Kiel. In 1928 the family moved to Port Washington. Survivors include his wife; three sons, Frederick of Port Washington, Donald, a student at Marquette university, Milwaukee, and Gustave, Jr., at home; 4 daughters, Mrs. Eugene Prom of Cedarburg, and Jeanette, Hildegarde and Irene at home; 4 grandchildren, and two brothers, Harry and Edwin of Plymouth. Funeral services were held on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Horn Funeral home at Port Washington, with the Rev. F. L. Rodenbeck of Frieden's Evangelical church officiating. Burial was made in the Union cemetery. MOHR, ERNST From Der Nord Westen, 07 May 1896: (From the correspondent in Kiel, 04 May) Ernst Mohr, a young man of about 25, had the misfortune Fri. in Milwaukee of being run over by a train and killed. He was an employee of a wine company in Milwaukee. The day he was killed he was walking along the railroad tracks with his brother. His father, Friedrich Mohr, formerly lived here in Kiel, and Ernst himself was born here. He is well known in Kiel and surroundings. MOHR, FRANCISKA From Der Nord Westen, 09 Jan. 1896: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 07 Jan.) Joseph Reis, Andrew Rehrauer, and Michael Silbersack traveled to Green Bay last week for the funeral of Mrs. Franciska Mohr, which took place 02 Jan. Mr. Silbersack is a brother, and the others brothers-in-law of the deceased. MORSE, MOTHER OF C.W. From Der Nord Westen, 08 Aug. 1901: Death in Burlington, Vermont on Sat. of the elderly mother of our fellow citizen C.W. Morse. MOSHER, MRS. From Der Nord Westen, 06 Mar. 1902: Death on 18 Feb. in North Dakota (a town is named but the type is disturbed; appears to be E*ie) of a former resident of Manitowoc, 65-yr. old Mrs. MOSHER from a stroke. MOSNAT, J.J. From Der Nord Westen, 25 June 1903: Death at 55 in Belle Plains, Iowa, of J.J. Mosnat, a former resident of our city. The deceased is survived here by 2 sisters - Mrs. Dumke and Mrs. Harris. MUELLER, ANNA Mrs. Anna Louise Mueller, aged 61, wife of Charles A. Mueller of Sheboygan, passed away at 12 o'clock Monday night at the Memorial hospital in that city after a three weeks' illness. The deceased was born September 20, 1879, in Sheboygan, the daughter of Herman and Louise Hasenstein. On January 10, 1899 she was married to Charles A. Mueller. Survivors are her husband; three daughters; Eleanor at home, Mrs. Edwin Krause and Mrs. Carl Jensen; two grandchildren and three brothers, Herman, Carl and William all of Sheboygan. The Mueller family will be remembered in this city, as Mr. Mueller at one time was employed at the Kiel Funiture Company. Funeral services will be held on Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Ballhorn Funeral Temple, and at 2 o'clock at St. Andrew's Lutheran church, with the Rev. Martin Hueter officiating. Burial will be made in the Lutheran cemetery. MUELLER, GUSTAV (Civil War vet) From Der Nord Westen, 18 June 1903: Registrar Bruno Mueller received a telegram Tues. in which he was advised that Gustav Mueller, a veteran of the Civil War, had died in the Veterans Home in Waupaca that day. Gustav Mueller was born 1829 in Zschopau, Kingdom of Saxony, and came to America in 1848 settling in Manitowoc County. When the 9th Regiment was organized here during the Civil War he served the entire war in Company 'B'. Later he reestablished residence here until illness moved him to the Veterans Home for Invalids. Later his wife became severely ill, so the local Post of the G.A.R. arranged for both to stay at the Veterans Home in Waupaca. He was buried in the cemetery of that institution. MUELLER, HILBERT Planning Funeral Rites Monday For Hilbert Mueller Funeral services for Hilbert Mueller, 33, of 1514 Sibley court, who passed away Friday evening at 8 o’clock at the St. Nicholas hospital, will be held Monday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock at the Ballhorn Funeral Temple. Rev. Edward Schmidt, pastor of St. Paul’s Lutheran church, will have charge of the services and burial will be made in Lutheran cemetery. He was born June 16, 1902, in Town Centerville, Manitowoc county, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mueller. He attended the district school and worked on his father’s farm until February 5, 1920, when he was married to Miss Lulu Spettel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Spettel. After his marriage he lived in Sheboygan for three years and then returned to the farm which he operated until 1932. At that time he returned to Sheboygan and was employed at the Gutsch Products company in the vat department. Survivors are his wife, three children, 2 two brothers, Reuben and Milton, both of this city, and five sisters, Mrs. Walter Thielke of School Hill, Mrs. Albert Lindemann, Mrs. Frank Schrameyer, Mrs. Harry Brost and Mrs. Felix Lee, all of Sheboygan. MUELLER, HILBERT F. Hilbert F. Mueller, 56, of 2630 N. Eighth St., died early today at Sheboygan Memorial Hospital following a brief illness. He was born July 31, 1928, in the Town of Meeme (Manitowoc County), a son of Lulu Spettel Mueller and the late Hilbert Mueller. He came to Sheboygan as a child, attended Sheboygan public schools, graduating from North High School in 1946. Mr. Mueller served in the U. S. Army during World War II. On Oct. 9, 1954, he married Ann E. Brandt at Ebenezer Lutheran Church. He was an assistant vice president at First Interstate Bank, where he was employed for 38 years and was instrumental in establishing the bank's computer system. Mr. Mueller was a member and past treasurer of the Wisconsin Regional Writers' Association, was involved in several community projects, and was a member of St. John United Church of Christ. (Survivors omitted for privacy) Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Nickel-Lippert Funeral Home. The Rev. Vernon Jaberg, pastor of St. John UCC, will officiate. Burial will be in Greenlawn Memorial Park. MUELLER, MRS. HUGO From Der Nord Westen, 22 Apr. 1909: Death in Belen, New Mexico, where she had moved several years ago to restore her health, of Mrs. Hugo Mueller, a daughter of Captain Paul Nielson, a former local resident now living in Chicago. The deceased, who was 32, had been born and raised here and was a teacher for several years in the West Side school. She is survived by her husband and a child. MUELLER, MARGARETHE (nee HOPF) From Der Nord Westen, 21 Feb. 1889: Death in Sheboygan on Sun. morning of former resident Mrs. Margarethe Mueller (nee Hopf). She leaves her husband and 4 small children. Her mother is still a resident of Manitowoc. Burial was Tues. MUELLER, MARIE VIOLA (LONZO) Mrs. Walter H. Mueller, 61, of Mobile Country Club, Space 394, Brokaw Rd., San Jose, Calif., the former Marie Viola Lonzo of Two Rivers, died unexpectedly of pneumonia at home Thursday. Funeral services will be at a Catholic church Monday morning at her former home at Los Gatos, Calif. Mrs.(sic) Lonzo was born at Two Rivers Sept. 6, 1902, daughter of the late Frank and Emily LaFond Lonzo. She was married in 1923 to Walter Mueller at St. Luke Catholic Church, Two Rivers. In 1951, the family moved to Los Gatos, where her husband took employment as a tool and die maker. Retiring two years ago, the couple took up residence at San Jose. Besides her husband she leaves a daughter, four sons, a sister, Mrs. Charles (Loretta) Havlichek, of Two Rivers; three brothers, Lester and Francis, of Two Rivers and Urban, of Rt. 3, Tripoli, Wis., and 10 grandchildren. A sister, Lucy, and two brothers, Wallace and Arthur Lonzo, preceded her in death. (Survivors edited for privacy) Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. March 20, 1964 P. 7 MUNDT, GOTTFRIED TAPS SOUND FOR ONE MORE CIVIL WAR VET Another of the few survivors of the brave band who back in 1861 went from Manitowoc county to do battle for the Union, has heard taps sounded and joined the eternal ????, messages received today announcing the death of Gottfried Mundt, former resident here, at the Veterans Home at Waupaca where he had made his home the past several years. The body was taken to Barrington, Ill., where a daughter, Mrs. E.M. Blocks resides, and burial was with full military honors (two distorted words). Mr. Mundt was born in Germany July 4, 1843 and came to America in 1847 and with his parents settled in Newton. During the civil war Mr. Mundt served with Co. H, of the 14th Wisconsin infantry and was one of the last survivors of that regiment. He is well remembered by older residents of the city. Manitowoc Herald News, February 5, 1929 p.2 MURPHY, WYMAN Word was received recently from Los Angeles, California, reporting the death there of Wyman Murphy, a former resident of our city for several years who many of our readers will remember. Murphy, who operated a mill in Manitowoc Rapids, was elected Sheriff of Manitowoc in 1860, but gave up the position in 1862 to enter the Army. Der Nord Westen, 10 Jan. 1907 ******** WYMAN MURPHY DIES IN WEST Early Day Sheriff of This County, Meets Sudden End at Los Angeles. Wyman J. Murphy, one of the early day residents of the county and sheriff in 1860, died suddenly at Los Angeles, Cal., Saturday, news of his demise reaching here in dispatches to friends. No deatails of the death are given. Mr. Murphy removed from Manitowoc years ago and has resided in California much of the time since. He visited the city two years ago. In the late 50's and early 60's Mr. Murphy was prominent as a resident of the city and was one of few republican office holders in that day, having been elected sheriff in 1860. He resigned the office in 1862 to enlist in the army, several county officers giving up their positions at that time. Mr. Murphy was engaged in business and was the owner of a mill at Rapids when that place was the center of the county's industrial life. Mr. Murphy is survived by a wife and two daughters, one of whom is a resident at Manila, P.I. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Monday, January 7, 1907 P. 1

NASH, NEWMAN C. From Der Nord Westen, 09 Feb. 1905: Messrs. L.J. and E.C. Nash yesterday received a telegram bearing the news that their brother, Newman C. Nash, had died in Canton, So. Dakota. NAUMANN, AMELIA 1 Nov 1884 Jun 1974/SSDI Mrs. Amelia Kornely Naumann, 89, of Manitowoc Rapids, died Sunday afternoon at Antigo. Funeral services will be at 9:30 am Thursday at Ramm Funeral Homae, and at 10 am at St Peter Klaver Catholic Church, Sheboygan. The Rev George Hopf will officiate and burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, Sheboygan. Mrs. Naumann was born Nov 1, 1884 at Manitowoc, daughter of the late August and Louise Schumacher. She was married to Joseph G Kornely Nov 24, 1902 at Manitowoc, moving to the Antigo area in 1904. In 1919, they moved to the Town of Norwood, where they operated a farm until they retired in 1944 and moved to Sheboygan. Mr. Kornely preceded her in death Nov 14, 1944. She was married to Edward Naumann Feb 23, 1946 at Sheboygan. They moved to Manitowoc Rapids where they resided until Mr. Naumann’s death Feb 21, 1974. She was a member of St Paul Catholic Church, Manitowoc. Survivors include a son, Elmer Kornely, of Chicago and a step-son, Leo Naumann, of Baldwin Par, Calif; five daughters, Mrs. Mabel Flannery of Pelican Lake WI, Mrs. Grace Gschwind of Chicago, Mrs. Doris Gschwind of Roselle IL, Mrs. Bernice Ver Haagh of Antigo and Mrs. Maxine Van Price of Menasha; two step-daughters, Mrs. Mary Hessel and Mrs. Edith Luedtke of Manitowoc; 51 grandchildren, 96 great grandchildren and nine great-great grandchildren. Two sons, Clarence and Everett Kornely, and two daughters, Mrs. Florence Hendricks and Mrs. Marie Harder, and a step-son, Paul Naumann, preceded her in death. Friends may call at Bradley Funeral Home, Antigo, after 4 pm Tuesday and at Ramm Funeral Home after 4 pm Wednesday, where a wake service will be held at 7:30 pm. Herald Times Reporter, Monday 10 Jun 1974, p 16 (sent in by researcher/see contributors page) NELSON, MRS. N.A. From Der Nord Westen, 30 Apr. 1908: Death Monday in Morris, Minnesota, of Mrs. N.A. Nelson at age 55, a former local resident. NEMETZ, JOSEPH Joseph Nemetz, 70, of the Town of Franklin, Kewaunee County, died Sunday night at Two Rivers Municipal Hospital. He had been employed more than 40 years at the Mrs. Anna Dufeck farm in the Town of Franklin until his retirement several years ago. Funeral services will be at 10:15 a.m. Wednesday at Klein and Stangel Inc., Funeral Home, Two Rivers, and at 11 a.m at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Norman, the Rev. Hubert Nilles officiating. Burial will be in the adjoining church cemetery. Joseph Nemetz was born April 24, 1893, at Tisch Mills, a son of the late John and Anna Rezachek Nemetz. He never married. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. William Blanchard, of Manitowoc three nieces and five nephews. A sister preceded him in death. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Tuesday where the Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. January 6, 1964 P. 11 NEQUETTE, CAPT. W. From Der Nord Westen, 23 Oct. 1902: Death Thurs. last week from a stroke of 50-yr. old Capt. W. Nequette, the director of the life saving station in Sheboygan. He was born in Two Rivers and was an exceptional man. NETT, PETER Death claimed Peter Nett on Tuesday, at the Milwaukee hospital, following an operation for tumor in his head. Deceased was born in Marytown, April 17, 1869, where he grew to manhood. On Sept. 7, 1897, he was married to Margaret Schwerzler. About four years ago he moved with his family to Kiel, where he conducted a saloon. Besides his wife he is survived by the following children: Mrs. Jac. Boehnlein of Marytown, Mrs. Jos. Jeanty and Miss Edwina Nett at home, and Hubert Nett of Sheboygan Falls. The remains were shipped from Milwaukee on Wednesday and funeral services will be held at St. Peter and Paul’s church Saturday morning, with Rev. Roder officiating. Interment will be made in the cemetery at Marytown. ************ Peter Nett, Kiel, Dies at Milwaukee Peter Nett, Kiel resident, died at the Milwaukee hospital Tuesday evening following an operation for tumor in his head. The body was shipped from Milwaukee Wednesday and funeral services will be held at St. Peter and Paul’s church in Kiel Saturday morning. Interment will be at the Marytown cemetery. Mr. Nett was born in Marytown, April 17, 1869. He was married to Margaret Schwerzler on September 7, 1897, and four years ago moved to Kiel where he has conducted a saloon. Besides his widow he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Jacob Boehnlein, Marytown; Mrs. Joseph Jeanty and Miss Edwina Nett at home; one son, Hubert Nett, Sheboygan Falls. He was a brother of Frank Nett and Mrs. Cyrus Roehrig. NEUHAUS, ROBERT E. Native of Kiel Dies of Wounds Mr. and Mrs. William Neuhaus, Sr. of Neillsville have received word from the war department that their son, Sergeant Robert E. Neuhaus, who had been reported as seriously wounded on August 6th, in action in France, had died of his wounds on August 17th. Sergeant Neuhaus was born July 15, 1915, in Kiel, and the family later moved to Colby, and finally to Neillsville. At the time of his induction he was employed in a war plant at Milwaukee. Surviving are his parents; four sisters and six brothers. (names omitted for privacy) Sergeant Neuhaus was inducted into the army in July, 1941, and received his training at Camp Wheeler, Georgia, and Fort Bragg, North Carolina. His last furlough home was in May of 1942, and in September of the same year was sent overseas. He went to England and took part in the North African and Sicilian campaigns before going to Europe. During his service in North Africa he was awarded the Silver Star for the heroic rescue under fire of a wounded medical officer. While in France he captured 119 men and one officer single handed, this action taking place the last week in July. NEUSTADT, MRS. Death At Two Rivers Two Rivers, Wis., June 25. - Mrs. Neustadt, aged 73 years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Leo Mann, in this city, last night. An operation was performed on her on Thursday for cancer of the stomach. She had resided here for the past few years. The Milwaukee Journal, June 25, 1892, pg. 2, col A ******* Name Julia Neustadt Event Type Burial Event Date 1892 Event Place Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States of America Photograph Included Y Birth Date 29 Oct 1820 Death Date 24 Jun 1892 Affiliate Record Identifier 89086124 Cemetery Forest Home Cemetery Find A Grave Index NOLLAN, ARTHUR FORMER LOCAL RESIDENT DIES AT CHICAGO Messages received by friends in the city announce the death of Arthur Nollan, a former resident of this city, at Chicago. Mr. Nollan's death occurred Sunday, and the burial will be held Wednesday afternoon at Chicago and friends here will attend. Mr. Nollan was 58 years of age and was born in this city. He was employed as a bookkeeper for the Schuette Bros. Co. Mr. Nollan was unmarried. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Monday, December 31, 1917 P.1 NUSANG, MARGARETHE From Der Nord Westen, 02 Sept. 1897: Last week it was reported that Mr. Nusang had traveled to La Crosse to visit at the bedside of his ill mother. Sadly, he did not find her alive, she had died of old age debility during his trip. Mrs. Margarethe Nusang (nee Stehle) was born 14 Mar. 1816 at Lisheim, Lothringen. She married Anton Nusang on 21 June 1842, with whom she had 5 children - 2 sons and 3 daughters. Mr. Nusang died 21 Sept. 1878. One son, August Nusang, lives here in Manitowoc, and the other son in South Dakota; 2 daughters live in La Crosse, and the 3rd daughter in Grant Co., Wisconsin. The deceased and her family had come to America in 1867 and settled in Manitowoc, but she later moved to La Crosse. The burial took place in La Crosse. NYHAGEN, RUEBEN Funeral services for Rueben A. Nyhagen, 47, native of Manitowoc who died Friday in a Chicago hospital, where held today in Chicago. Mr. Nyhagen, who made his home in Oak Park, Ill., was born in Manitowoc in 1890. He was graduated from the northside high school here and later attended Vanderbilt University. For many years he was an employe of the American Seating company. His wife was the former Agnes McAdams, Chicago. Survivors besides the widow include five brothers and two sisters, Richard of Chicago, Norman and Arthur of Stoughton, Mich., Aaron of Kansas City and Lewis of Maplewood, N.J.; Mrs. George Auemiller of Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. John P. Miller of Manitowoc. Mr. Nyhagen was a brother of the late G.A. Nyhagen of Manitowoc. Manitowoc Herald Times, Monday, August 16, 1937 P.2

O'BRIEN, FRANK From Der Nord Westen, 24 Jan. 1901: Death in Alma, Colorado, on Fri. of Frank O'Brien, a young man who until recently worked as an orderly in a local hospital here. He gave up his position to try his luck in the far west. OESTREICH, FRIEDRICH From Der Nord Westen, 20 Nov. 1902: (Report from the "Antigo Herold" of the death of a former Manitowoc resident.) Friedrich Oestreich, the father of 4 industrious farmers, died there Mon. of a stroke in the home of one of those sons. He reached the age of 63 yrs. 10 mos. 11 days. The funeral procession will take place today, Fri. afternoon, under the direction of Pastor Dr. Gilbert. The deceased, who was born in Auenwalde, Prussia, married Miss Wilhelmine Schultz in 1866 from which marriage was born 6 children -5 boys and a girl. One son and the only daughter predeceased their father. Mr. Oestreich came to America with his family in 1882, residing first in Manitowoc and then moving to Elmhurst with his wife and children in 1894. O'GERAN, EDWARD From Der Nord Westen, 24 July 1902: Death in Peoria on Sat. of former local resident 46-yr. old Edward O'Geran (best guess on surname as type is heavily inked.) O'LAUGHLIN, MICHAEL MICHAEL O'LAUGHLIN, FORMER CATO MAN, 23 YEARS POLICEMAN IN CITY OF MILWAUKEE, DIES TODAY Michael O'Laughlin, a former Cato resident who for 23 years has been a member of the Milwaukee police force, died at his home in that city today, aged 60 years. Mr. O'Laughlin's death was sudden and was due to heart failure according to messages received by relatives here. He had been in failing health for some time but had continued his service with the department up to the time of his death. Mr. O'Laughlin was well known to Manitowoc people. His beat at Milwaukee covered the territory in vicinity of the Goodrich docks where he was frequently encountered by local people visiting that city on the boat line. Two sisters, Mrs. James Meany, Cato, and Mrs. Thomas Roach, Chicago, and one brother, John O'Laughlin, Cato survive. A wife and daughter also survive. The body will probably be brought to Cato for burial. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Saturday, Apr. 10, 1915, Page 8 ************ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meany of this city and M.J. O'Laughlin of Cato, are in Milwaukee today where they attended the funeral of the late Michael O'Laughlin, which took place this morning. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Monday, Apr. 12, 1915, Page 3 OLDENBURG, MISS E. From Der Nord Westen, 17 Aug. 1905: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 15 Aug.) Word reached here Fri. last week telling of the death of Miss E. Oldenburg of Green Bay, eldest daughter of A. Oldenburg there. Miss Oldenburg, who often visited relatives here, also had many friends locally. She is the cousin of Misses Halberg and Wagner, who will be going to Green Bay Sun. to attend the funeral. OLM, WILLIAM William F. Olm, 79, former Town of Meeme resident, died Sunday night at St. Nicholas Hospital, Sheboygan, where he had been a patient a month. For the past three years he had made his home with a son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rone Roethel, Town of New Holstein. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at St. John Evangelical and Reformed Church, Schwartzwald, with Dr. Frederick Herzog officiating and burial in the church cemetery. Mr. Olm was born Sept. 12, 1875, in the Town of Meeme, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. August Olm. On June 1, 1899, he married the former Emma Laux of the Town of Schleswig, and the couple began the operation of the homestead farm. They observed their golden wedding anniversary in 1949. She died in March of 1953. For 21 years he served as a member of the Pigeon River School Board. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Roethel of New Holstein; a son, Edgar Olm of the Town of Eaton; a sister, Mrs. Ameila Mathes of Peotone, Ill.; eight grandchildren and a great grandchild. Friends may call at the Meiselwitz Funeral Home, Kiel, from 2 p.m. Tuesday until 11 a.m. Wednesday when the casket will be moved to the church. The body will lie in state at the church from noon until the hour of service. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. Monday, February 21, 1955 P. 15 OLP, MRS. LUDWIG From Der Nord Westen, 19 Jan. 1905: Death in Milwaukee on Thurs. last week of Mrs. Ludwig Olp, a former resident of Cooperstown, at age 54, leaving her husband and several children. ORDING, JOHN SR. From Der Nord Westen, 26 May 1892: Death in Green Bay recently of former Cooperstown resident John Ording, Sr., after a short illness. ******* Cooperstown news: Mr. John Ording, Sr., died after a brief illness. He was about 60 years of age, and a man who had gained many friends. He lived near here for many years, until he moved to Green Bay, last fall. He leaves a wife and several brothers and numerous friends to mourn over his death. Manitowoc Co. Chronicle (Two Rivers), May 24, 1892 OTHERSALL, ELIJAH Elijah Othersall who was one of the pioneer settlers of Kossuth Town died very suddenly lately in California. He was in that state looking after some mining interest he owned. He had visited a mine and not returned after nightfall, search was made and his body was found in the road. His ailment was disease of the heart. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, December 29, 1885 P.3 ******* Elijah Hothersall Name Elijah Hothersall Event Type Burial Event Date 1885 Event Place Nevada City, Nevada, California, United States of America Photograph Included Y Birth Date 04 Oct 1825 Death Date 07 Dec 1885 Affiliate Record Identifier 99097403 Cemetery Pine Grove Cemetery Find A Grave Index

PAARMANN, HENRY W. Henry W. Paarmann, 512 Pine St., Sheboygan Falls, died Monday evening. Born in Manitowoc County on March 12, 1863, he was married to Miss Augusta Mueller of Sheboygan and she died in 1892. In 1901 he married Miss Mary Riess of Town Rhine and the couple made their home in Sheboygan where he was employed for many years at the Frost Veneer Co. until his retirement about 20 years ago. His wife died in 1932. Survivors are four children, four grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. August Schramm of Mishicot and Mrs. Jonas of Manitowoc. His parents, three brothers, and a sister also preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Ramm Funeral home with the Rev. Marvin Lehmann of St. Paul Evangelical and Reformed Church officiating. Burial will be made in the family lot in Wildwood cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 4 p.m. Wednesday until the time of the services. Sheboygan Journal, Tuesday, September 21, 1954 PABIAN, MATTHEW From Der Nord Westen, 12 Dec. 1901: Death in Phoenix, Arizona on Fri. of Matthew Pabian from a hoof injury by a wild bronco. He had gone there sometime ago because of a lung illness. The deceased, who had served many years as a newspaper boy for the Nord-Westen and later learned the watch making trade, is survived by his parents and 3 brothers here. PAPE, THEODORE Theodore Pape Dies in Crash Former Resident in Accident at Horicon Theodore D. Pape, 25, (photo) son of Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Pape of 1317 South Eighth street, was fatally injured in an automobile accident Saturday night on highway 28, between Mayville and Horicon. He died Sunday morning in a Beaver Dam hospital. Mr. Pape's car collided head on with a milk truck on the highway, the report of traffic officers said. His car was wrecked. Mr. Pape left Manitowoc about two years ago to work in Horicon and had been making his home in Iron Ridge with his wife, the former Helen Budahn. They were married in April, 1949. Funeral services have been scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Iron Ridge. Survivors are the wife; parents; eight sisters (Survivors omitted for privacy.) Mr. Pape was born in Manitowoc in 1925 and graduated from the Lutheran high school in New Ulm, Minn. He was drafted and served in the navy four years. Before leaving for Horicon he was employed in the circulation department of the Manitowoc Herald-Times, Manitowoc Herald Times, Monday, July 24, 1950 P.1 PASEWALK, EMIL From Der Nord Westen, 06 Dec. 1906: 43-year old Emil Pasewalk, a former resident of our city, has died of consumption in a Milwaukee hospital. The deceased leaves one brother and one sister. PAULSEN, CATHERINE Mrs. Catherine Paulsen, mother of village president A. A. Paulsen passed away at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs G. A. Kraemer in Elkhart Lake, last Thursday morning, after a very brief illness. Hardening of the arteries was the cause of death. Mrs. Paulsen was one of the pioneer women of New Holstein, where she resided many years. Catherine Edens was born March 11, 1839, in Wesselburen, Germany. At the age of 19 years she came to America with some friends directly to New Holstein, where she found an asyl(sic) in the homes of Jensen and Griem. Three years after her arrival in America she was married to August Paulsen in New Holstein, where they resided on the Paulsen farm until 1894. Her husband preceded her in death 31 years ago and she could never entirely recover from the shock of his untimely death but mourned him to the last. 25 years ago she removed her home to Elkhart Lake, where she erected an addition to the home of her son-in-law, G. A. Kraemer which she occupied until her death. She reached the ripe age of 81 years, 6 months and 5 days. She is survived by the following children: August A. Paulsen of Kiel; Wilhelmine Kraemer, wife of G. A Kraemer, Elkhart Lake; Ella, wife of W. F. Pinnow of Chilton; Helen, wife of Walter Stark of Elkhart Lake and Chilton; and Arthur W. Paulsen of Milwaukee. One son, Ernst Paulsen, preceded her in death 10 years ago. He was then the Probate Judge of Calumet county. Mrs. Paulsen was a woman of sterling traits of character and was recognized as one of the prominent citizens of the community in which she lived since childhood. She was an excellent wife and mother, a good neighbor and a true friend. Her home was one of refinement and in it she dispensed the genuine hospitality for which the pioneer settlers were noted, to all who came. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon and was largely attended. Interment was in the family lot in the New Holstein cemetery. Rev. Zeh of St. Peters church of Rhine officiated. PEMBERTON, MRS. From Der Nord Westen, 28 Mar. 1907: Mrs. Pemberton (nee Knickelbein) who spent her youth here, died of gas inhalation in her Chicago residence. Whether it was an accident or a suicide attempt has not been established, but the Chicago authorities are of the opinion that it was suicide because Mrs. Pemberton had been quite ill for a long time. The deceased, who was survived by her husband and 4 children, had many relatives in our city. PERRY, GRACE From the Manitowoc Herald, 19 Oct 1859: Grace Perry from Rochester N.Y. died, mother of Isaac and Joseph N. Perry. PETERSEN, AGNES Miss Agnes Petersen, 82, a native of Manitowoc, died Tuesday morning at her home, 1712 N. Prospect Ave., Milwaukee. She had a stroke. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Philip J. Weis, Inc., Rooms 1901 N. Farwell Ave. at East Kane Place, Milwaukee. Miss Petersen had been head librarian until 1935 at the Milwaukee Journal. She retired in May of 1958 with an employment record of 39 years. Since 1946 she had been in charge of the employe lending library, a library she organized. When Miss Petersen went to the Journal in 1919 as an experienced librarian, she installed the present system of filing newspapers clippings in the reference library. She helped organize and operate the Manitowoc public library and later spent five years at the Newberry Library at Chicago. Miss Petersen also worked several years as reference librarian for the Lincoln, Neb. public library. In 1924, she helped organize the newspaper library group within the special libraries division of the American Library Assn. She was honored as one of four surviving charter members of the division in 1954. Miss Petersen is survived by several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Thursday. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. January 27, 1960 ******** Funeral services for Miss Agnes Petersen, 82, former Manitowoc librarian who died Tuesday at her home at Milwaukee, will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Weiss Funeral Home, Milwaukee, with burial in Evergreen Cemetery, Manitowoc. Miss Petersen is the daughter of the late Christian and Wilhelmina Peterson. She was born Aug. 10, 1877. She is survived be six nieces and nephews including Dr. Ralph Petersen and Mrs. Henry Glander of Manitowoc. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. January 28, 1960 PHILIPS, LYMAN H. From Der Nord Westen, 15 Feb. 1894: Death in Ann Arbor, Michigan a few days ago, of Mr. Lyman H. Philips at the age of 84-1/2. He was a former resident of Two Rivers and was the father-in-law of Conrad Baetz. PINNOW, ELLA Called By Death. Mrs. W. F. Pinnow passed away at her home in Chilton on Saturday, the immediate cause of her death being a stroke which she suffered a short time previous. Deceased, nee Ella Paulsen, was born 57 years ago, in the town of New Holstein, where she grew to womanhood. She was married about 30 years ago to W. F. Pinnow, and the couple made their home in Kiel, where Mr. Pinnow conducted a general store for about five years. Later they moved to Chicago, and after a few years came to Chilton, where they have since resided, Mr. Pinnow being secretary of the Eastern Wisconsin Telephone Co. About a year ago Mrs. Pinnow suffered a stroke, and had not been well since; a second stroke last Saturday caused her death. She leaves her husband and three children, two brothers and two sisters. The funeral took place on Monday afternoon, services being in charge of the pastor of the Episcopal church. - September 1925 PINTER, MARGARET From Der Nord Westen, 10 Aug. 1905: Death last week in Ellensburg, Washington, where she had recently traveled, of 78-yr. old Mrs. Margaret Pinter. The deceased had operated a tailor shop here until last fall. She is survived by a son here and 3 daughters in the State of Washington. PITSCH, RALPH W. Ralph W. Pitsch, 69, of 2814 Wedemeyer St., went home to be with his Lord on Saturday, April 6, 2002, following a courageous two-year battle with Lou Gehrig's Disease. Ralph was born on Oct. 6, 1932, in Sheboygan, a son of the late Joseph and Margaret (Altenberger) Pitsch. He attended Kiel area schools. Ralph served with the Coast Guard from 1952 until 1954. On June 26, 1954, he was united in marriage to Ruby McCabe at St. Fidelis Catholic Church in the Town of Meeme. He had been employed at the Kohler Company for 40 years, retiring in 1994. Ralph was gifted with his hands and had a special talent for woodworking. He had a fantastic sense of humor, gardened and was an avid Chicago Cubs fan. Ralph was a member of Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church and the Kohler Quarter Century Club. With Ralph family was first. He was a dovoted husband and loving father. (Survivors omitted for privacy) Mass of Christian Burial for Ralph will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 9, at Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church with the Rev. Edward Monroe CSsR., associate pastor, as celebrant. Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call at the Novak-Ramm-Ziegler Funeral Home, 1535 S. 12th St. on Monday evening from 4 until 8 p.m. and at the church, North 8th and Huron Avenue, on Tuesday morning from 9:30 until the time of Mass. A vigil service will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. In preference to flowers a memorial fund has been established in Ralph's name for Holy Family School. Ralph's family wishes to extend a grateful and heartfelt thanks to the staff of Community Home Health and Hospice of St. Nicholas Hospital for the loving care and concern given Ralph and his family. "The Millionaire" While driving home from work one day, My total wealth I did survey. My Mortgaged home and ancient car. A bank account not up to par. Funiture from which I fear, we may not get another year. The TV set with stamp-size screen, carpets with the well-worn sheen. Two suits of chothes not quite threadbare. "All-purpose" shoes that need repair. Sadly then I saw my plight. After 20 years of toil and flight. My Treasure Chest was some-what small, with house and car and clothes and all. On I drove trance-like I fear, when suddenly my house was near. "Your daddy's home" I heard her cry. As eight pairs of feet went rushing by. And smothered in arms and curly hair. I knew that I was a Millionaire! William G. Wood The Sheboygan Press, April 8, 2002 PLAGEMANN, HELMUTH Helmuth Plagemann, aged 63 years, a patient in the Whitewater sanitarium for over a year, died at the home of his son, Henry in the town of Newton on Friday. The funeral was held from the Emmanuel church of the town of Herman, in charge of Rev. Funk. POLSTER, ORIS One Killed, One Injured Over The Week-End Oris Polster, 28, a resident of Sheboygan, and born in Russell, met with sudden death in Sheboygan Saturday evening when the car he was driving at an alleged rate of 40 miles an hour crashed into another automobile. His wife, a daughter of William Hartmann, until recently a farm owner near here, and his 7-month-old daughter escaped with only minor injuries. He was rushed to a hospital, but he died within and hour, without regaining consciousness. He sustained a crushed skull and a crushed chest. On Sunday Mrs. Henry Schuler of near Elkhart Lake, the mother of Mrs. O. L. Mertens of this city, called on the wife and child at the hospital, according to Mrs. Mertens, and found the survivors of the mishap recovering from the shock of the tragedy. The victim of the crash was born Jan. 25, 1901, in the town of Russell, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Polster, now of Elkhart Lake, who survive him. Last October he was married to Miss Agnes Hartmann. Besides his parents, he leaves to mourn his unexpected passing a sister, Mrs. J. E. Stauss, of the town of Greenbush, and a brother, Louis Polster of the town of Russell. He was a member of the fraternal order of Eagles of Sheboygan, where he was employed as carpenter. Funeral services where held on Tuesday afternoon at Elkhart Lake, with services at 1:30 from the home of his parents, and at the St. Paul Evangelical church there, with the Rev. Mr. Klingeberger performing the last rites. The deceased was well know to many Kiel people. POWELL, MRS. JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 05 Mar. 1903: (Long detailed article reporting the circumstances of an incident in Rozelville, Marathon County. JOHN POWELL, a former resident of Town Kossuth, is reported to have shot and killed his wife, who was a daughter of Mr. REIF in Kossuth. The article describes the incident in detail.) PRIEGEL, JACOB From Der Nord Westen, 20 Mar. 1902: Death in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Sun. of 40-yr. Old Jacob Priegel, a brotherinlaw of W. Carle here. The deceased, who had formerly been a resident here, leaves a widow and 3 children. PRITZL, KATHERINE SOPHIA (KUEHNL) (Age 90) Katherine passed away on December 13, 2009 at her home in Liberty Lake, Washington. Her family provided loving care for her throughout her illness. Our mother was born on November 5, 1919 in Manitowoc, Wisconsin to the late Anton and Olivia (Mailand) Kuehnl. She was one of six children and was raised on the family farm in Clove, Wisconsin. During WWII she worked in a defense factory that manufactured aircraft parts. She then served an apprenticeship at Ennis Shoes and completed her career in fine shoe sales at the Crescent Department Store, Spokane, Washington. In 1971, she retired after 17 years of service. She married Bernard Louis Pritzl of Cato, Wisconsin on October 26, 1946. He preceded her in death on March 14, 2000. They were married 54 years and raised five children with loving patience. After retirement, Katherine and Bernard traveled throughout the western U.S., Hawaii and Alaska. They wintered in Indio, California but always came home to the Liberty Lake area. She was involved in many organizations and activities. She was Boy Scout, Girl Scout and Catholic Youth Organization leader; a basketball and softball coach at St. Mary's Catholic School; a member of the St. Mary's Garden Club and Valley View 9-hole Golf Club. At St. Joseph's Parish, she was a member of the choir and welcome committee and founder of St. Joseph's Seniors On-The-Go Group. She was a ballroom dancer and loved her dancing friends, the Country Jammers at Newman Lake, the Eagles and the Senior Center. She faithfully attended water aerobics until her illness forced her from the pool. (Survivors omitted for privacy.) The family wishes to express its gratitude to the special people who provided care for her during her illness. We are also grateful to those who added so much to her life particularly her "family" at St. Joseph's Parish, her best buddy Dodie and all the other people she loved and who loved her in return. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Joseph's Youth Ministry, Otis Orchards, WA, 99027 or the charity of your choice. Vigil is Thursday, December 17 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Mass of Christian Burial will be Friday, December 18 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 4521 N. Arden, Otis Orchards, Washington. Please sign Katherine's online guestbook at www.hennesseyfuneralhomes.com. Arrangements have been entrusted to: Spokesman-Review, December 16 to December 17, 2009 PUCHNER, MRS. RUDOLPH From Der Nord Westen, 04 July 1895: (From the correspondent in Kiel, 01 July) Death last Tues., from a heart attack, of Mrs. Rudolph Puchner while she and her husband were visiting their two sons who reside in Wittenberg, Wisc. She will be buried in New Holstein. PULS, FRED From Der Nord Westen, 09 Apr. 1908: Fred Puls, a former Town Kossuth farmer, died Sunday in Milwaukee where he had moved about six years ago. PUMPER, RUDOLPH From Der Nord Westen, 12 Mar. 1908: Rudolph Pumper from here, a brakeman working for the C.M. & St. P.R.R., in Rice Lake, on Friday fell under the wheels of the engine and was cut in two. His parents live here. PURDEY, OLIVER From the Manitowoc Herald, 19 Jul 1856: Oliver Purdey died in Charleston, Calumet co., son of Oliver and Ann Purdy.