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   E. W. Tamm and family attended the funeral of the former's father, 
   which took place at Brillion on Saturday afternoon. Rev. J. J. Moor 
   of the M. E. church officiated.  Deceased passed away at his home 
   in Brillion on Wednesday of last week, at the age of 69 years. He 
   was one of the prominent citizens of that section, having formerly 
   owned a fine farm in the town of Brillion, but retiring in 1918 and 
   taking up his residence in Brillion, where he won the respect and 
   esteem of all. He is survived by his widow and four sons, three 
   brothers and one sister. During his residence in the town of Brillion 
   he took a keen and intelligent interest in public affairs and held 
   many offices of public trust, discharging the duties with care and 
   integrity. He served several years as town supervisor and was then 
   elected as a member of the county board of supervisors. In addition 
   he was interested in promoting education and served for many years 
   as treasurer of the school board. When he took up his residence in 
   the city he continued his interest in public affairs. He was a member 
   of the M. E. congregation. - 1924
   From Der Nord Westen, 25 July 
   In her parental home in Jone, (should it be Jonesville?) Michigan, 
   Mrs. Taubert, wife of Archibald Taubert here, died Mon. of 
   consumption. The deceased married Mr. Taubert on 10 Oct. 1900 and 
   has lived here since that time. A short time ago she traveled to 
   her parents in the hope that she could again see the home of her 
   childhood before her eyes were closed forever.
   From Der Nord Westen, 08 Apr. 1909:
   Death in Fond du Lac of 78-year old Mrs. Bridget Taugher, a former resident of
   Town Newton in this county. She is survived by her husband, 2 sons and 3 daughters.
   Mrs. Charles Tauschek, 57, nee Gustie Schmidt, former resident of this city, 
   died Tuesday at the home in Escanaba, Mich., where she had resided since her 
   Funeral services will be held Friday at Escanaba, with burial there.
   Mrs. Tauschek was born in this city, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. August 
   Schmidt and was married to Mr. Tauschek. The latter is an engineer at the water 
   and light plant at Escanaba, a position he has filled for 28 years.
   Survivors are the widower; two daughters, four sons; five sisters, Mrs. Frank 
   Drumm, Mrs. Frank LaGesse, Mrs. Leo Brandt, Mrs. Walter Flint of this city; 
   Mrs. Walter Behrens of Kohler; two brothers, Arthur and Walter Schmidt of this 
   Mmes. Drumm, LaGesse, Brandt and Behrens left today for Escanaba to attend the 
   Manitowoc Herald Times, Thursday, March 13, 1941
   (sent in by researcher/see contributors page)
   From Der Nord Westen, 24 June 1875:
   Death of Mr. F. Tempelmann of Two Rivers who died suddenly of a heart attack
   in Sheboygan (no date given).
   From Der Nord Westen, 02 Dec. 1886:
   Death of Henry M. Terens on 24 Nov. in Alaska, Kewaunee Co. The deceased
   was a brother of John C. and August Terens of Mishicott, and for many 
   years was postmaster of the Alaska Post Office.
   From Der Nord Westen, 03 Dec. 1896: 
   Death in Thorp, Clark County, recently of 59 yr. old 
   Mrs. C. Thiedemann, a former resident of Kiel.
   (Note: There is a C. Tiedemann on this page who d. in Thorp co.)
   Allen F. Thieleke, 75, of Randolph, died Thursday, Aug. 26, 1999, 
   at his home.
   The funeral will be Monday, Aug. 30, at 2 p.m. at Friedens Ev. Lutheran Church, 
   Randolph. The Rev. Walter Goers will officiate. Burial will be in the Randolph 
   Mr. Thieleke was born March 11, 1924, in the township of Meeme, Manitowoc County, 
   Wis., the son of Rudolph and Minnie Thieleke. He was married to Jane Wendlandt on 
   Oct. 1, 1955.
   He was a longtime resident of Randolph, was a member of Friedens Ev. Lutheran Church 
   and a former member of the church's council. He was employed with Jung Seed Company, 
   Randolph, for many years, retiring in 1987. He was also a veteran serving with the 
   U.S. Navy.
   Survivors include his wife, Jane; one daughter, one grandson; one brother, two 
   sisters, his mother-in-law, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
   He was preceded in death by his parents.
   Friends may call on Monday, Aug. 30, from noon to the time of service at the church.
   The Randolph Community Funeral Home, Randolph, is serving the family.
   Memorials may be made to Friedens Ev. Lutheran Church or to Hillside Hospice, 
   Beaver Dam.
   Beaver Dam Daily Citizen, Fri. Aug. 27, 1999, p. 2, c. 1
   Eugen M. Thieleke, 72, of 909 Fourth St., Kiel, died Tuesday morning at 
   Rogers Memorial Hospital, Oconomowoc, where he had be a patient for the 
   past four days.
   Prior to that Mr. Thieleke had been a patient for four weeks at St. 
   Nicholas Hospital.
   He was born Jan. 11, 1908, in Kiel, a son of the late Edwin and Susan Meyer 
   Thieleke.  He graduated from Kiel High School.
   Mr. Thieleke married Hildegarde Hensel.
   He was plant superintendent at A.A. Laun Furniture Co., Kiel, for 42 years, 
   retiring in 1975.
   Mr. Thieleke was active in the Boy Scouts, serving on the district committee 
   of the Bay Lakes Council, receiving the Silver Beaver Award. He was a former 
   president of the Kiel Chamber of Commerce, former officer of the Kiel Athletic 
   Association, and was general chairman of the Kiel Centennial Committee in 1954.
   He was a member of the Kiel Masonic Lodge, F. & A.M. No. 336, the Ancient 
   Scottish Rite of Green Bay, the Milwaukee Tripoli Temple, the Calumet Shrine 
   Club, the Kiel chapter of the Order of Eastern Star Lodge No. 281, and of St. 
   Peter United Church of Christ, Kiel.
   Survivors are his wife; two sons, nine grandchildren, and a brother, Wesley, 
   of Chino Valley, Ariz.
   Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Meiselwitz Funeral Home, 
   Kiel. The Rev. John Baumann, pastor of St. Peter UCC, and the retired Rev. A.A. 
   Graf, will officiate. Entombment will follow at Wisconsin Memorial Park, 
   Friends may call at the funeral home from 3 to 9 p.m. Thursday and until the 
   time of services Friday. The Kiel Masonic Lodge will conduct a service at the 
   funeral home at 10 a.m. Friday.
   A memorial fund has been established in Mr. Thieleke's name.
   Sheboygan Press, Wed. Nov. 12, 1980, p. 4, c. 4
   In Thorp, Clark County, died on Sunday, Mr. Christian Tiedemann, 
   an earlier inhabitant of Kiel, following a stroke. The deceased 
   was in the year 1829 in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, born, was 
   there a surveyor educated and participated in 1852 in the War of 
   Independence against Denmark as a volunteer. In the year 1853 he 
   came with his parents to America and settled in the town of New 
   Holstein near Kiel. In the year 1857 he united in marriage with 
   Helene Langemark and acquired a farm a mile west of Kiel. 1863-64 
   he participated in the Civil War. In the year 1869 he exchanged 
   his farm for the Kiel Hotel (now the property of Ph. Muller) and 
   operated it until the year 1883. Meanwhile he was also active as 
   a surveyor, and in addition was for many years Town Clerk of 
   Schleswig. In the year 1883 he moved with his family to Thorp, 
   where his wife of long years preceded him in death. He reached an 
   age of 82 years, and left behind eight children, namely: Mrs. John 
   Greve of Abbotsford, Mrs. John Ibeling from here, Mrs. Steel in 
   Thorp, Mrs. Labarge and Mrs. Kasper Krupp in Seattle, Mrs. Hubert 
   Brintnell, Mrs. John Krupp and Herman living in the northern part 
   of the state. The burial took place on Wednesday, in Thorp. Mrs John 
   Ibeling and son Herman from here were in attendance. - 1911
   (Note: There is a Mrs. C. Thiedemann who d. in Thorp co. on this page)
   Harry Toepel Passes Away
   Harry Toepel, aged 51, a resident of the town of Russell, died at 7:10 a. m. Monday 
   at the St. Nicholas hospital in Sheboygan, following a brief illness.
   Mr. Toepel was born in the town of Centerville on September 28, 1893, the son of 
   Magnus and Pauline Boettcher-Toepel. He was married to Elsie Kraemer of Elkhart Lake 
   on April 28, 1917, and the couple located on the present farm.
   Survivors are his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Milton (Margaret) Mauk of the town of
   Russell, and Mrs. Armin (Esther) Neuhaus of the town of Schleswig; one grandchild, 
   Karl Neuhaus; his father, Magnus Toepel of this city; two brothers, Elmer of Waukesha, 
   and Raymond of Brillion. His mother preceded him in death.
   Funeral services will be held this Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the 
   Meiselwitz Funeral Home, with services at the Trinity Lutheran church here at 2 
   o'clock. The Rev. Harold 0. Grunwald will officiate.
   1945 - Might be in Sheboygan co.
   From Der Nord Westen, 10 Mar. 1904:
   Pneumonia took the life of Mrs. Frank Troufil on Mon. in Two Rivers. 
   The deceased was born 15 Mar. 1883 in Carlton, Kewaunee County, and 
   was a resident of Two Rivers for the last year. She is survived by 
   her husband and 5-mo. old child. The body was taken to Carlton for 
   From Der Nord Westen, 29 July 1909:
   Death recently in Bessemer, Michigan, of 65-year old Louis H. Truettner
   formerly of Town Newton. He leaves a widow, 2 sons and a daughter.
   On Monday evening, May 11, the grim reaper entered our community and 
   claimed John Turba. The deceased was born in the town of Russell, two 
   miles west of St. Anna, where he spent all his life, on October 3, 1865, 
   thereby attaining the age of 70 years. In 1894 he was married to Louise 
   LaCroix, who survives him. The deceased was a kind and loving husband 
   and father and always had a kind word and was in a friendly disposition 
   when met by his neighbors and friends, who regretted to hear of his 
   departure from this earth, after so many years of toil and hardships, 
   which befall all of us more or less in this life. He was a member of St. 
   Joseph's Society and the Holy Name Society. He is survived by five sons, 
   namely: Edmund, Joseph, Henry and Leo of St. Anna, and Otto of Kiel; also 
   13 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held on Friday morning at 
   10 o'clock at St. Ann's church, the Rev. Father J. H. Schmitt officiating. 
   Burial will be made in the adjoining church cemetery. - May 14, 1936

VADER, MARY Mrs. Leonard Vader, 69, the former Mary Brachman of Manitowoc, died Saturday at Minneapolis. Funeral services will be held in Minneapolis Tuesday morning. She was born in Manitowoc and following her marriage to Mr. Vader located in Minneapolis. Survivors are her husband and a daughter, three brothers and two sisters. Manitowoc Herald Times, March 1953 (Edited for living) VAN NOSTRAND, WILLIAM HENRY Former Two Rivers Man Dies At Milwaukee William Henry Van Nostrand, 84, a resident of Milwaukee since 1884, and formerly located at Two Rivers, died at Milwaukee. He was born in New York and came west as a young man, settling at Two Rivers and later moving to Milwaukee. He was a cabinet maker. A widow and three sons survive. Burial will be Friday at Milwaukee. Manitowoc Herald News, Manitowoc, Wis. March 31, 1932 P. 2 VAN VALKENBURGH, BARTHOLOMEW JACOB (Civil War vet) Bartholomew Jacob Van Valkenburgh b. April 23, 1831 Prattsburg, Steuben, New York d. November 22, 1896 Austin, Mower, Minnesota Buried Oak Grove Cemetery, 1407 LaCrosse St., LaCrosse, WI AKA Oaklawn Cemetery and Wautonga Cemetery He was promoted to Major by order of General Grant "For distinguished bravery on the field of battle" buried next to his second wife: Clementine Smith, daughter of Daniel Smith, founder of Mishicot b: About 1837 Rochester, Monroe County, New York d. March 1, 1879 in Mishicot but is buried in LaCrosse (They are in the marriages on this site, he is listed as Jacob B.) VIEBAHN, GUSTAV From Der Nord Westen, 04 Feb. 1897: According to a telegram received by C. Patzer here, Mr. Gustav Viebahn, 27 yr. old only son of Prof. Viebahn in Watertown, died on Tuesday. VITS, WM. H. From Der Nord Westen, 19 Dec. 1895: Death on 09 Dec. of Wm. H. Vits at the home of his son-in-law Christ. Weyer in Seneca, Kansas. He was the father of our postmaster Mr. Henry Vits. The deceased was born 17 Dec. 1807 in Rheydt, Rhineland, and landed in New York with his family in Nov. 1855, settling in Town Meeme where he built a meal mill. The enterprise was not successful, and he traveled to Seneca to be with his daughter. He was a wagon maker by profession. When he retired in 1868, he came to live with his son Heinrich Vits in Manitowoc. Last Jan. he expressed the desire to again see his 2 daughters, who live near Seneca in Kansas, and happily traveled there where he remained until his death. His son was advised by telegram of his father's falling ill and he and his wife traveled there to be with him at his death. VOLAND, CARL Kiel relatives received the news on Monday of the death of Carl G. Voland, who passed away at his home in Milwaukee at the age of 77 years, after a prolonged illness, due to the infirmities of old age. Mr. Voland was a native of Germany, and resided at Rockville for many years, where he plied his vocation as shoemaker. He held the office of town treasurer for a number of years. About seven years ago he moved to Milwaukee to make his home. He is survived by one son, Philip, a prominent furniture dealer of Milwaukee, and six daughters. The funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon, with interment in Valhalla cemetery. - 1924 VOLK, A.C. From Der Nord Westen, 13 Nov. 1902: According to a telegram received here Mr. A.C. Volk, who used to have a sawmill near Two Rivers but moved to Oregon early last year, has been robbed and murdered there. VONDERBLOMEN, JOSEPH From Der Nord Westen, 13 Dec. 1900: Jacob Wickert received a telegram Thurs. evening last week that his cousin Joseph Vonderblomen had been injured in an elevator accident from which he died. The deceased man has relatives here in Two Rivers. VOSS, LOUIS Louis Voss Dies at Ada. Mr. Louis Voss passed away at the St. Nicholas hospital in Sheboygan last Saturday morning, death being due to heart failure. As was reported in the columns of this paper last week. Mr. Voss had undergone an operation for appendicitis with good success and at the beginning of last week the patient was happy in hopes of being able to return home by the end of the week. He was steadily improving so that no one had any idea that his pilgrimage would be so near to the end. Consequently the message of his sudden death was a terrible shock to his beloved ones. The deceased Louis Peter Voss was born in the Town of Meeme, March 20th, 1871, where he grew up to manhood. On November 29th, 1894 he was married to Albertine Schwalenberg, after which the couple settled on the farm of his father which he took over. Ten children were born in the family, of whom two died in infancy. Mr. Voss died Saturday morning, Jan. 22nd, at 2 o'clock, at the age of 49 years, 10 months and 2 days. He leaves to mourn his early death his beloved wife, eight children, four daughers, namely Mrs. Emil Dirks near the parental home, Mrs. Alvin Zimmermann in Rhine and the Misses Ida and Bertha at home; four sons, Alvin, Edwin, Harvey and Melvin; two grandchildren, Elmer and Erwin Dirks; also three brothers, John of Town Schleswig, William in Town Meeme, Nicholas near Howards Grove and one sister, Mrs. George Dickmann, also near Howards Grove. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon from the home, with services at the Reformed Bethel's church, Rev. H. W. Schroer officiating. The remains were laid to rest in the cemetery of the church. - January 1921

WACHAL, JOHN FORMER LOCAL RESIDENT DIES AT RICE LAKE The funeral of John Wachel(sic) who died at the residence of his daughter at Rice Lake, where he has been making his home for the last two years, was held in that city on Monday and was attended by relatives from this city. Mr. Wachel made his home in this county for many years on a farm in the town of Franklin and for two years previous to his removal to Rice Lake made his home with a daughter Mr. (sic) Joseph Wilda in this city. He was 83 years old and is survived by his wife, at Rice Lake, Mrs. Joseph Wilda this city, Mrs. Frank Pankratz, Cato and Mrs. Jacob Neidl, Whitelaw and one sister who lives near the old homestead in Franklin. Twenty-six grandchildren and thirty-six great grandchildren also survive him. Manitowoc Herald News, Wednesday, August 31, 1921 P.10 ******** (John and Josephine Wachal on Franklin 1900 census) WACHOLZ, JOHANNA Mrs. Johanna Wacholz, 80, widow of Charles Wacholz, widely known in the area at the turn of the century as a baseball player, died Friday at her home at San Jose, Calif. Funeral services will be Monday afternoon at a San Jose Lutheran church with burial in the family plot in a nearby Santa Clara cemetery. Mrs. Wacholz, nee Johanna Schwartz, was born in the Town of Two Rivers in 1879, a daughter of the late Frederickand Fredericka Stechmesser Schwartz. She was married in Two Rivers in 1900 to Charles Wacholz. The family moved to Santa Clara, Calif., in 1909. In recent years the family moved to San Jose. Mr. Wacholz died at Santa Clara about 15 years ago. Surviving are a daughter, Miss Alma, of San Jose; a son, Edgar, of San Jose; a sister, Mrs. Henry Menges Sr., of the Town of Two Rivers, and three grand- children. Two daughters also preceded her in death. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. February 6, 1960 WAGENER, MR. A. From Der Nord Westen, 24 July 1902: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 22 July) News arrived here last Thurs. evening that Mr. A. Wagener, Sr., had died in Sturgeon Bay. The news was not unexpected by his relatives here because he had been ill for a very long time. Mr. and Mrs. A. Wagener, Mr. and Mrs. N. Terens, and Mr. J.H. Terens, all from here, traveled to Sturgeon Bay Sat. to attend the funeral. WALBER, ALYCE M. Alyce M. Walber, age 89, of Chilton Health and Rehabilitation Center, formerly of 219 Saratoga St. Chilton, died on Sunday July 15, 2001 at the nursing home in Chilton. She was born on May 30, 1912 in Grimms, daughter of the late William F. and Elsie (Mahloch) Anhalt. She married August E. Walber on Sept. 10, 1938 in Kiel, he preceded her in death on Nov. 22, 1984. She was employed by the Chilton High School lunch program for many years. She was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church in Chilton, and a member of the Christian Mothers. She was an avid bowler and bowled on many leagues. (Survivors omitted for privacy) She was preceded in death by three brothers, Henry, Joseph, and Bernard Anhalt and a brother-in-law, Alvin Adelman. Funeral Services will be at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, July 18, 2001 at St. Mary Catholic Church in Chilton with the Rev. Gary New S.D.S. officiating. Burial will follow in the Parish Cemetery. Friends may call at the church in Chilton on Wednesday from 9 a.m. until the time of service. Wieting Funeral Home of Chilton is assisting the family. WALKER, ELIZA From the Manitowoc Herald, 24 Jul 1862: Eliza M. Walker died at Ravenna, Ohio, wife of Charles H. Walker, dau. of John Whittlesbey. WALTERBACH, DAVID From Der Nord Westen, 15 Feb. 1906: David Walterbach, a former resident of Town Meeme, died 03 February in Marshfield and was interred there. WANEK, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 09 Nov. 1905: On Mon. last week in Chicago, former local resident John Wanek was hit by a locomotive of the East-Illinois RR at the 119th St. crossing and was so badly injured that he died an hour later. Police Chief Drews has ordered an investigation. Wanek, who moved from here to Chicago 2 yrs. ago, was 35 and widely known here. WANISH, WENCIL Wencil A. Wanish, 66, former Manitowoc resident, died Tuesday at St. Lukes Hospital, Racine. Funeral services were at 9:30 a.m. Friday at St. Mary Catholic Church and entombment was at Calvary Cemetery Garden Crypts, Racine. Among the survivors are his wife, Ann Louis Wanish, son-in-law and daughter, and a grandson (Survivors omitted for privacy.), all of Columbia, S.C. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. April 13, 1970 WARANECK, LOUIS From Der Nord Westen, 05 Dec. 1889: Death of 14 yr. old Louis Waraneck in Chicago a few days ago. The boy who was from here, died of diphtheria. WARBASS, WILLIAM From the Manitowoc Herald, 31 Oct 1857: William Henry Warbass died at Ureka, Cal. son of John S. and N.J. Warbass from Newton. William Henry is bro. in law of editor Charles Fitch WATROUS, MRS. DR. From Der Nord Westen, 23 Sept. 1897: Death in Sheboygan on Fri. of Mrs. Dr. Watrous, a daughter of the late Richard Klingholz of Manitowoc. WAWIRKA, DOROTHY (GLAESER) Mrs. Glen Wawirka, 45, of Rt. 1, Algoma, died Saturday morning at home. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. John Lutheran Church, Rankin. The Rev. Ralph Danielson will officiate and burial will be in Evergreen Cemtery, Algoma. Mrs. Wawirka, nee Dorothy Glaeser, was born March 17, 1925, in Town of Cato, Manitowoc County. She was married to Glen Wawirka June 13, 1950, at Manitowoc. Survivors include her husband, a brother, Richard Glaeser, of Norwood, Minn., and a sister, Mrs. William (Marge) Cape, of Manitowoc. Friends may call at Haucke-Schinderle Funeral Home, Algoma, until 8:30 a.m. Tuesday and then at church until time of service. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. April 6, 1970 WAZEK, JOSEPH From Der Nord Westen, 09 Sept. 1897: Death Sat. in Peshtigo of 48 yr. old Joseph Wazek, a brother-in-law of Mr. R. Ohlinger of Manitowoc, of bladder trouble. He leaves his wife and 5 children. Burial took place Mon. at the Catholic Cemetery in Peshtigo. WEBER, HERMANN From Der Nord Westen, 10 Jan. 1895: Death on Thurs., 03 Jan., in Milwaukee, of Hermann Weber. The deceased was 29 yrs. 1 mo. and 12 days of age, and came from Germany to Manitowoc in 1882 where he worked for a long time for baker M. Christiansen on the Northside. From here he moved to Milwaukee where all went well until 2 weeks before New Years when he died of typhus. He leaves a widow and 3 children of whom the youngest is 3 yrs. old. Two of his brothers live here in Manitowoc and will travel to Milwaukee for the funeral. Three of his sisters live in Milwaukee. His parents and other sisters are still in Germany. The funeral took place Sun. afternoon at the Mortuary, 698 - 25th Street in Milwaukee. WEBSTER, BRENDA R. Brenda R. Webster, age 49, of Green Bay, died unexpectedly Sunday morning in Shawano County. The daughter of Earl and Yvonne (Bohm) Daetz was born April 17, 1956 in Two Rivers. She was a graduate of Two Rivers High School, class of 1974 and attended Bellin College of Nursing. Brenda received her bachelor's degree from Alverno College in Milwaukee. 0n Feb. 14, 1990, she married Joe Webster in Brown County. Brenda loved spending time watching her kids sports activities, relaxing at their cottage in Shawano reading doing crossword puzzles and her dogs. She was most looking forward to the birth of her first grandchild. Survivors include her husband: Joe; her sons, her parents, one brother, her mother-in-law, a special aunt, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews and cousins, as well as her two dogs, Morgan and Molly. Friends may call at Ryan Funeral Home and Crematory, 305 N. 10th St., De Pere, from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday (TONIGHT), June 14, 2005. Visitation will continue after 9 a.m. Wednesday at Calvary Lutheran Church, Green Bay, until time of service. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the church. Herald Times Reporter, June 14, 2005 WEEMAN, MRS. KING MESSAGES BRING NEWS OF DEATH OF MRS. K. WEEMAN, FORMERLY OF THIS COUNTY, AT MINNEAPOLIS Messages received by relatives today brought news of the death of Mrs. King Weeman, a former Manitowoc resident at Minneapolis where she had made her home for some years, her death being due to infirmities of age and illness from which she had suffered for several months. The funeral will be held at Minneapolis tomorrow, with burial there. The Weeman family formerly resided at Cato where Mr. Weeman was for years engaged in the hotel business. Later Mrs. Weeman made her home in this city with her children, three of whom survive, Mrs. Will Murphy, now of Minneapolis; Mrs. J. Herrick, of that city and Edward Weeman, of this city. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Monday, May 22, 1916 P.5 WEILEP, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 05 Feb. 1891: Death last week in Ahnapee of John Gottfried Weilep, a former resident of Two Rivers and well known to many of our readers. He was born 1819 in Saxony, came to America at age 5 and lived for some years in Milwaukee and Mequon. In 1859 he came to Two Rivers, then moved on to Ahnapee, Kewaunee Co., in 1867. He leaves 4 grown children – 2 boys and 2 girls. One son, Eduard lives in Galena; the other son Julius, is in a home for invalids in Milwaukee. His daughters are Mrs. John Ihlenfeld of Ahnapee, and Mrs. Louis Bruemmer of Kewaunee. The funeral was held Sat. under the auspices of the Sons of Hermann Lodge. WEILEP, JULIUS From Der Nord Westen, 10 Jan. 1901: Julius Weilep, for several years a resident of our city who served as Consul in Sonnenberg during Pres. Cleveland's first term, died in a home for invalids in Milwaukee following an operation. He was 52. WEILEP, MRS. J.G. From Der Nord Westen, 28 Apr. 1887: Death of the 73-year old wife of J.G. Weilep in Ahnepee, Kewaunee Co. The Weileps formerly lived in Two Rivers but have been residents of Ahnepee for quite a while. The deceased leaves a large family. WEINKOETZ, FERDINAND From Der Nord Westen, 12 Nov. 1903: Ferdinand Weinkoetz died in Ashland several days ago. The deceased is a brother of the well-known Marionette Theater director Mr. Peter Weinkoetz in St. Nazianz. WENDEL, MICHAEL Michael Wendel, 73, died suddenly early Sunday at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Becker, near Kiel, after being in ill health since June. The deceased was born on a farm near Marytown, Calumet county, in 1874, the son of Fred and Catherine Wendel. He was married to Miss Margaret Vollmer on May 9, 1899, and the couple settled on a farm near Charlesburg. For the past 15 years he has been retired and making his home with the Beckers near Kiel. His wife preceded him in death 36 years ago. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Raymond Becker, Milwaukee; Mrs. Anton Becker, Kiel; Mrs. Matt Werdeo, Kiel, and Mrs. Melvin Klapperich, Marytown; four sons, Gilbert, Milwaukee, Charles, New Holstein, Claus, Fond du Lac, and Herman, Minneapolis; one sister, Mrs. William Baker, Sheboygan; a brother Fred, at Kiel, and three great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the Meiselwitz Funeral home, Kiel, and at 9:30 a.m. at St. Charles' Catholic church at Charlesburg. Burial will be made in the adjoining parish cemetery. The body may be viewed at the funeral home until the time of the services. - Oct. 5, 1947 WENDT, RUDOLPH From the Manitowoc Herald, 24 Jan 1857: Rudolph Wendt died at Milwaukee. WHITE, ARTHUR From Der Nord Westen, 01 Oct. 1896: Last Tues. Chas. W. White received a telegram that his son Arthur, who serves in the Signal Corps stationed in Arizona, had died suddenly. The circumstances are not known at this time. Arthur White was born and raised here. ******** From Der Nord Westen, 08 Oct. 1896: More details have been received regarding the death of Arthur White reported last week. – While visiting an Arizona gold mine with friends, the mine train carrying the visitors fell into a ravine. WIEGAND, MRS. OTTO From Der Nord Westen, 01 Oct. 1896: Death in Shawano Tues. last week, of Mrs. Otto Wiegand, formerly Anna Schultz of Town Two Rivers, of consumption. The parents and other relatives and friends of Two Rivers went there for the funeral. WIEGAND, OTTO From Der Nord Westen, 22 Aug. 1901: Messrs. August and Charles Ziebell here received news Sat. that their stepfather, Otto Wiegand, a well-known resident of Brillion, had committed suicide Fri. afternoon by ingesting poison. He was 60 yrs. old and is survived by his wife, the aforementioned step-sons and 2 small children. WILDE, CHRIS DEAD AT EMBARASS (sic). Former Newton Man Dies There After Brief Illness, says Message. Messages have been received in the city of the death of Chris Wilde, a former well known resident of Newton at Embarass, Wis., where he had made his home. Mr. Wilde's death was due to pneumonia after a short illness. Mr. Wilde was a prosperous farmer at Embarrass to which place he removed from Newton. Besides a widow and three children, decedent is survived by three brothers and three sisters, Carl Wilde, Rapids, Fred, city and Henry, Newton and Mrs. Jacob Wolter, Newton, Mrs. J. Carlson, Birmingwood, Mrs. Carl Ridderbusch, Dorchester. The funeral will be held at Embarrass Tuesday and a number of relatives from this city will attend. Manitowoc Daily Herald, February 11, 1911 P. 1 WILLIAMS, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 20 Sep. 1900: Death Wed. last week in Appleton of John Williams, a former resident of our city. The following local residents traveled to Appleton to attend the funeral: Mrs. A. Williams, Joseph Williams, John Kellner, Mrs. Frank Seidl, Mr. W. Kellner, Mr. And Mrs. Rehfeldt and Mr. and Mrs. W. Scholten. WILSMANN, GRANDSON OF F. From Der Nord Westen, 21 July 1904: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 18 July) The 6-yr. old son of Mr. F. Wilsmann’s son-in-law in Milwaukee was killed while playing on a see-saw with other youngsters. Several local residents went to Milwaukee to attend the funeral: Mrs. F. Wilsmann, Mrs. H. Schroeder, Mrs. John Kurtz, Mrs. Paul Schmidt, and Mr. Carl Schmidt. WILSON, SYLVIA Mrs. Lee Wilson, nee Sylvia Reiland, formerly of Manitowoc, died in Santa Cruz, Calif., Tuesday. Her husband preceded her in death in 1965. Among her survivors is a sister, Mrs. Carl Lewis, of 1508 Nagle Ave., Manitowoc. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. April 8, 1970 WINKLER, EMMA From Der Nord Westen, 04 Dec. 1890: (From the correspondent in Kiel, 26 Nov.) Mrs. Emma Winkler (sister of Mrs. Langjahr), who married a brewer in Omaha, died there 14 Nov. WINTER, MINNIE (nee KREBSBASCH) Services Held For Mrs. John Winter Funeral services were held Tuesday morning for Mrs. John Winter, 74, of St. Anna at St. Ann's Church. The Rev. Benedict Marx officiated at the services. Mrs. Winter died Friday at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rieth, Route 1, Cleveland, where she had been living the past five weeks. The former Minnie Krebsbasch, she was born December 16, 1887, the daughter of Matthew and Katherine Gross Krebsbach, and was married to John Winter of St. Anna at St. Ann's Catholic Church, September 12, 1911. They operated the Winter homestead farm until 1951 when they retired and moved to St. Anna. Mr. Winter died in July, 1959. Surviving are two daughters, two sons, a sister, Mrs. Mary Scholtzen, Los Angeles; two brothers, Henry, Marytown, and August, Oakfield, 19 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. She was a member of the Christian Mothers Society of St. Ann's Church. - December 18, 1962 WINTON, CHAS. From Der Nord Westen, 09 Sept. 1880: Death of Chas. Winton in Waukesha, formerly from here. WIRTZ, GEORGE (d. 1925) FATHER OF E. WIRTZ DIES AT SAGINAW Announcement of the sudden death of George Wirtz, father of E. Wirtz of this city came as a great shock to friends and relatives in this city. Mr. Wirtz though eighty-six years of age was still active and it is believed that the heat wave was partly responsible for his death on Friday evening. The funeral will be held at Saginaw, Michigan tomorrow morning. Mr. Wirtz having made his home in that city with a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. E. Wirtz of this city left today to attend. Other surviving children ar Mrs. Charles Melbeyer, and Mrs. G.W. Stewart of Saginaw and Mrs. George Rerber of Detroit. Mrs. Wirtz died a number of years ago. Manitowoc Herald News, Manitowoc, Wis. Monday June 8, 1925 P. 2 WIRTZ, GEORGE (d. 1941) Funeral services for George Wirtz, 75, former Brillion resident who died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Louis Raab of Deerbrook, where held Monday at 8:30 a.m. from the Luecker funeral home in Brillion and at nine o'clock from the St. Mary's church. Burial was in the church cemetery. Mr. Wirtz was born in Fond du Lac in 1865. He moved to Brillion and resided there until 1920 when he, with his wife, the former Katherine Ditter, moved to Antigo. Mrs. Wirtz preceded her husband in death. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Louis Raab of Deerbrook and Mrs. Theodore Hammergrenn of St. Paul, Minn.; two sons, Henry of Deerbrook and Edward of Manitowoc; three brothers, Jacob Ditter of Montana, Frank of Fond du Lac and John of St. Peteers, Wis.; and two sisters, Mrs. George Fischer and Mrs. Mary Kaufman of Fond du Lac. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. February 18, 1941 P. 2 WITTE, WILLIAM William Witte, 80, of 1025 Superior Ave., died at Sheboygan County Hospital this morning following an illness of 1-1/2 years. Born in Sheboygan on Oct. 28, 1889, a son of the late Herman and Mathilda Witte, he married Olinda Windel on Nov. 23, 1912, at Zion Lutheran Church, Louis Corners. The couple farmed in the Town of Schleswig until 1946 when Mr. Witte took employment at Plastics Engineering Co. He worked there for 18 years, retiring in 1967. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church. Survivors include his wife: a son Leslie, of Sheboygan; a daughter, Mrs. Walter (Mildred) Hermann, of Plymouth; two grandchildren; and two great-granchildren. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Nickel's Funeral Home with the Rev. Harvey Krueger, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial will be in Greenlawn Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home from 4 p.m. Friday. A memorial fund for Mr. Witte has been established for Trinity Faith Forward Building Fund. - October 14, 1976 WITTMAN, ADOLPH Adolph P. Wittman, 87, son of a pioneer Manitowoc family, died June 16 at Milwaukee. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. June 23, 1970 WITTMAN, HELEN Telegrams to relatives here last week brought news of the death on Wednesday of Mrs. Helen Wittman of Merrill, Wis., at a Waukesha hospital following a lingering illness of more than a year. The body was taken to Merrill where the funeral was held Sunday afternoon from the late home. Mrs. Wittman, nee Helen Heins, was born in Kiel in 1859, where she grew to womanhood. She was married, in 1884 to Dr. A. R. Wittman, at Kiel, where Dr. Wittman for a number of years was a teacher in the public schools. The family has made its home at Merrill since 1892. Besides the husband, four sons, Herman of Duluth, Minn., Walter and Carl of Merrill, Arthur in the Philippines, and one daughter, Gerda of Milwaukee survive her. Also two brothers, Rudolph Heins of Kiel, Arthur of Tigerton, and three sisters, Miss Minnie and Mrs. J. B. Laun of Kiel, and Mrs. A. W. Dassler of Fort Smith, Ark.; and two grandchildren. 1-11-1923 WOELLERT, MR. A. (Albert) From Der Nord Westen, 04 Mar. 1909: Mr. A. Woellert, who moved from here to Milwaukee, died there last week at age 25 following a short illness. In addition to his widow he is survived by his mother and several sisters. (Note from Ellen at Milwaukee site: This guy is buried in Saint Adalbert Cemetery Milwaukee I dont have a date of death but date burial was 2/27/1909) WOELLERT, WILHELM From Der Nord Westen, 14 Nov. 1907: Wilhelm Woellert, a former resident here but living in Chicago for a long time, died there at age of about 50. He leaves a widow and several children. A brother of the deceased, Charles Woellert, still lives here. WOLFF, FRANK Frank W. Wolff, 65, former Manitowoc resident, was killed in a highway accident at 7 a.m. Saturday at Deer Lodge, Mont. Funeral services will be Tuesday morning with burial at Deer Lodge. Mr. Wolf had been employed by Dick Bros. Bakery, Manitowoc, until 25 years ago when he moved to Deer Lodge. Surviving are his wife, four daughters, two sons, and a brother, Joseph Wolff, of Manitowoc. (Survivors edited for privacy) Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. March 30, 1970 WOLLERSHEIM, GILBERT Gilbert Wollersheim Loses Life When Boat Capsises Sunday Afternoon. Gilbert Wollersheim of Sheboygan, former Kiel boy, lost his life by drowning in Wilke's Lake at about 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. His companion, Anton Sebanz of Sheboygan, was saved by rescuers, after cries for help had been heard. The two youths were diving off a boat of Wollersheim's that was fitted with an Evinrude motor, when the accident happened. Sebanz had been diving, while Wollersheim operated the rudder. They were just changing places so Wollersheim could dive and in stepping on the side of the boat it was capsized and sank immediately. Wollersheim started swimming for shore in the excitement and gulped enough water to strangle him arter he had gone about a hundred feet. Searchers with drag hooks and pike poles labored untiringly since the accident, but the body was not recovered until Tuesday evening. It was found about twenty feet from the place where here the young man had gone down. Gilbert Wollersheim was an only son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Wollersheim, 1217 N. 8th street, and the blow is doubly severe to the bereaved parents on this account. He was born March 25, 1906, at Kiel. The family lived here for three years and then moved to Sheboygan, where they have continued their residence ever since. The father is a carpenter by trade. Young Wollersheim was a graduate of the Holy Name School, following which he entered the Sheboygan Business College. After two years in college, he entered the employment of the A. W. Kuether studio at Sheboygan, and followed the profession of photo printer. He was employed in this capacity at the time of his death. The remains were taken to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alois Meyer, at Sheboygan, where they will lie in state until the time of the funeral service. Mrs. Meyer is an aunt of the deceased. - 1924 WOLLERSHEIM, VERONA Last Sad Rites To Be Saturday For Miss Wollersheim Last sad rites for Miss Verona Wollersheim who died at the home her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wollersheim, 1211 Michigan avenue, yesterday morning will be at 8:30 Saturday morning from the Robert H. Kroos Funeral Home and at 9 o'clock from the Holy Name church. The Rev. Father Phillip Dreis will officiate, and burial will be made in Calvary cemetery. Miss Woilersheim, who had been ill for some time, was born in St. Nazianz on July 24, 1908 and came to this city with her parents in 1912. She was graduated from the Holy Name school in 1922 and later took a business course at the Vocational school. She was employed for several years by the Sheboygan Chair company, later in the office of the Chicago and Northwestern railroad here, and for a year at the Dependon Roofing company. Besides her parents the deceased is survived by two sisters, Miss Marcella, and Miss La Verne, and one brother, Clarence, all of this city. - 1934 WOODROW, ALBERT From Der Nord Westen, 15 June 1905: Death in the local mental facility on Sun. of 42-yr. old Albert Woodrow of Marinette who had been a patient there for 2 yrs. The body was sent to Marinette for burial. ******** Albert Woodnow birth: 1863 Iowa death: 11 June 1905 Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin father: Woodno Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 WOODRUFF, NO NAME From the Manitowoc Herald, 28 Oct 1854: (No name) Woodruff, drowned near the Wolfe river. WRIGHT, ELIZABETH (ESCH) Mrs. Elizabeth Wright, 64, of Milwaukee died Monday evening at Columbia Hospital in that city. She was admitted to the hospital following a coronary heart attack Friday at home. Funeral services will be Thursday at Schmidt and Bartelt Inc., Funeral Home of 5050 W. Vliet St., Milwaukee, then at a Lutheran church there. Burial will be in a Milwaukee cemetery. Mrs. Wright was born May 21, 1898 at Manitowoc, daughter of the late Henry and Emily Rayfield Esch, and attended local schools. She was the buyer at Henry Esch Sons Co. general store of Manitowoc prior to her marriage to A.L. Wright at Manitowoc. The couple made its home at Milwaukee. Survivors include her husband, a son, two daughters, a brother, Godfrey, of Lansing, Mich., two sisters, Mrs. Edward Einberger and Mrs. Joseph Sanlader, of Manitowoc and 11 grandchildren. A brother, Henry, preceded her in death. Friends may call after 3 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Manitowoc Herald Times, 1962 September 4, 1962 WRIGHT, MRS. G. Mrs. G. Wright Dies Saturday Mrs. George P. Wright, Milwaukee, former resident of Kiel, died Saturday of last week at her home, at the age of 58 years. Her husband is in charge of sales in the Milwaukee territory for the Kiel Table Co., and years ago the family lived here, in the residence opposite the Schobert home on Fifth street. She is survived by her husband, two children, Fred A. Wright and Mrs. Phyllis Markhoff, and two sisters. Funeral services were held at Milwaukee Monday. - 1904 WUERFEL, ANTON From Der Nord Westen, 01 June 1893: Death on 08 May of Anton Wuerfel in Sturgeon Bay of a heart attack. The deceased was well known in Manitowoc. He was born in Koetten bei Reichenberg, Bohemia and reached the age of 45 yrs. He is survived by his wife and 7 half-grown children. WUSTERBARTH, DAYTON (NOTE: I have divided this into it's separate parts for each soldier) Two Killed On Belgian Front One Soldier Listed Missing, Another Is Held Prisoner The impact of global war was brought closer to the county today with the announcement of two casualties, one soldier missing in action and another held as a prisoner in Germany. KILLED T/5 Dayton E. Wusterbarth, 23 son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wusterbarth, Custerdale. ******** Wusterbarth (photo) had been reported missing in action on Dec. 17. He has been attached to the medical corps of the U.S. Army in France since shortly after D-day. Wusterbarth entered the service from Stiles, Wis. in August, 1942 and spent the next 18 months training at Camp Barkeley, Texas. In January, 1944, he was sent overseas to England until shortly after D-day. Moved Here In 1942 His parents moved here from Stiles in the fall of 1942, and have made Manitowoc their home during the war emergency. Wusterbarth attended grade school at Oconto Falls, and graduated from Oconto Falls high school in 1941. Following his graduation, he worked for a construction firm in Algoma until he entered the service. He is survived by his parents; six brothers, three sisters (Survivors omitted for privacy.). Memorial church services will be held at the Wesley Methodist church, Ninth and Hamilton streets, at 10:15 a.m. Sunday, the Rev. Carl E. Hagen officiating. Manitowoc Herald Times, Tuesday, January 30, 1945 P.2 ******** Message Tells Parents That Son Is Missing A telegram from the War department this week informed Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wusterbarth of their son, Tech. 5/c Dayton E. Wusterbarth, 23, has been missing in action in Belgium since Dec. 17. Wusterbarth has been in the medical corps of the U.S. Army in France since shortly after D-day. He entered the service in August 1942 and spent 18 months training at Camp Barkeley, Tex., before he went overseas in January, 1944. Manitowoc Herald Times, January 12, 1945 P. 2 ******** Dayton E Wusterbarth Find A Grave Index Name Dayton E Wusterbarth Event Type Burial Event Date 1944 Event Place Oconto Falls, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States of America Photograph Included Y Birth Date 01 Apr 1921 Death Date 17 Dec 1944 Affiliate Record Identifier 62166181 Cemetery Woodlawn Cemetery "Find A Grave Index," database, FamilySearch

YAHLING, MRS. CHRISTOPH From Der Nord Westen, 27 Feb. 1908: Mrs. Christoph Yahling, a former resident of our county and a sister of Mrs. John Pitz here, has died in Kansas City, Missouri.

ZABEL, LINA From Der Nord Westen, 16 May 1907: A death in Milwaukee on Thursday last week following a long illness of Mrs. Lina Zabel (nee Richter), eldest daughter of Mrs. Wm. Bach here from Mrs. Bach’s first marriage with Mr. Gustav Richter. Mrs. Zabel was born 02 October 1850 here in Manitowoc and grew up here. She is well-known by most of the residents of our city. Because she showed great musical promise she went to Germany as a young lady and studied at the Music Conservatory of Koeln (Cologne). From there she returned to Milwaukee and spent a year as a music and vocal teacher. In 1882 she married there with Mr. Paul Zabel. Last Fall she fell ill and underwent an operation which did not bring about the healing which had been hoped for, and she underwent several more operations with no better results. Ultimately death released her from further suffering. Mrs. Zabel is survived by her husband, 2 daughters, and a stepson, as well as a sister, Mrs. Reiter in Milwaukee, and her elderly mother, Mrs. Wm. Bach who has been living in Milwaukee since last Fall. The funeral was held Saturday in Milwaukee. ZAGRODNIK, FRANK From Der Nord Westen, 02 May 1907: Death last week in Superior, where he was working, of Frank Zagrodnik, a son of 18th Street resident Michael Zagrodnik here. ZAHN, ARTHUR E. Arthur E. Zahn, 82, a former Reedsville resident, died Saturday evening at Wood, Wis. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the chapel of the Veterans Home, Wood. The Rev. Haryln Kuschel will officiate and burial will be in Wood Cemetery. Mr. Zahn was born Aug. 8, 1890, in the Town of Rockland, son of the late Williama and Emily Zahn. He was a veteran of World War I. He resided at Reedsville until he made his home at Wood. Mr. Zahn was a lifelong member of St. John Lutheran Church, Reedsville, Survivors include nieces and nephews. Friends may call at Ermen Funeral Home, 54th Street and Greenfield Avenue, West Milwaukee, from 5 to 9 o'clock this Monday evening and until 11:30 a.m. Tuesday and then at the chapel until the time of service. Herald Times Reporter, Manitowoc-Two Rivers, Wis. July 23, 1973 ZASTROW, FRIEDA Funeral services will be held Saturday for Mrs. Frieda Zastrow, 77, who was found dead Wednesday in her home at 913-A St. Clair Ave. The Rev. Rueben Grosshuesch, pastor, will officiate at the 2 p.m. services at Ebenezer United Church of Christ. Burial will be in Lutheran Cemetery. Mrs. Zastrow, the former Frieda Semph, was born April 8, 1891, in Manitowoc County, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Semph. She attended district schools, and was baptized and confirmed at St. John's Evangelical Reformed Church at Schwartzwald. On July 7, 1910, she was married to Adolph Johnson in Lake Forest, Ill. The couple resded there for a number of years, and later came to Sheboygan. Her husband died in 1933. On July 6, 1938, she was married to Otto F. Zastrow, a Vollrath Co. employe. He preceded her in death Oct. 24, 1955. She was a member of Ebenezer United Church of Christ, the Ladies' Aid Society of the church, the Friday Golden Age Club, and the Home Folks Club. Survivors are one son, Norman Johnson, of Rt. 1, Cleveland; a daughter, Mrs. Bert (Orabelle) Swanson, Wisconsin Rapids; three grandchildren; three great- grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Alma Meyer, Mrs. Charles Starck, both of Sheboygan, and Miss Evelyn Semph, Chippewa Falls, and two brothers, Walter of Howards Grove-Millersville, and Roland of Fontana, Calif. Two brothers and two sisters preceded her in death. Friends may call at the Ballhorn Funeral Chapels after 4 p.m. today until noon on Saturday, and at the church from 12:30 p.m. until time of services. Unknown Paper September 11, 1968 ZENK, REV. WILLIAM Rev. William Zenk Expires at Franklin The Rev. William C. Zenk, pastor of the Reformed church at Campbellsport, who during the week was engaged as professor of music at the Mission House at Franklin, theological institution, died suddenly at 5:30 a.m. Thursday at the Mission House. The Rev. Mr. Zenk complained of not feeling well Wednesday evening, and during the night was stricken with severe illness. A blood clot cause his death. Rev. Zenk was born in the town of Rhine on September 22, 1874. His parents moved to Kiel later, where he attended Kiel high school, and graduated at the age of 16 years. He then went to the Mission House and graduated from the Seminary in 1898; and was married in October of the same year. He became pastor of the Reformed church at Campbelsport in 1913, succeeding the Rev. Wm. Landsiedel. For many years the Rev. Mr. Zenk taught German in the Campbellsport high school. Surviving the deceased are his widow and nine children, Mrs. Edward DeBuhr of Reedsville; Olga, Clemens, (a former Mission House student) Thekla, at Milwaukee Normal; Adolph of the Mission House Academy; Esther, Gertrude, Guido and Jerome at home. Four children preceded their father in death. He also leaves two grandchildren, Ethel and Calvin DeBuhr; and five brothers and two sisters: Ludwig at the Mission House, Gustave of Scotland, S. Dak., Albert at Manitowoc, Henry at South Dakota, Calvin in Cincinnati, and Louise and Martha of Milwaukee. Funeral services were held on Monday afternoon at the Immanuel's church. The Mission House choir sang "Ueber den Sternen" and "Asleep in Jesus." Many pastors from out of town attended. Interment was made in the church cemetery. ZETTLER, CARL From Der Nord Westen, 10 Sep. 1903: Death 27 Aug. in Marshfield of 43-yr. old CARL ZETTLER. He had been born in Town Kossuth but moved to Marshfield 23 yrs. ago. He leaves his widow and 4 children. ZIEMER, MRS. CHARLES From Der Nord Westen, 19 July 1900: Death in Medford last week of Mrs. Charles Ziemer, a former resident of our city. She was 74 years of age. ZIMMER, MRS. AUGUST From Der Nord Westen, 30 Apr. 1908: Death in Kewaunee of Mrs. August Zimmer, mother-in-law of our county clerk Frank Vraney, after an illness of several weeks. She was a former resident of our city and had been born here. She is survived by her husband and 8 children. The funeral was held Sunday. ZINNS, JOHN F. From Der Nord Westen, 26 Nov. 1885: Death in Milwaukee of Mr. John F. Zinns, a former resident of Manitowoc, and "our comrade" from the 9th Wisc. Inf. Regt. ZINNS, MR. W. From Der Nord Westen, 05 Sep. 1901: Death in Chicago last week of Mr. W. Zinns, son of the late local resident John Zinns, at the age of 42 from rheumatic fever. ZORN, ANNA Rites held Monday For Mrs. August Zorn Funeral services for Mrs. August Zorn, 74, of the town of New Holstein, who died Thursday morning at the St. Nicholas hospital in Sheboygan, were held Monday morning at the St. Anna Catholic church, St. Anna. The Rev. John M. Haen celebrated the requiem mass, with burial in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Arthur Berrens, Eugene Berrens, Roger Zorn, Ronald Anders and Martin Salm. Darwin Immel and Charles Zorn carried the cross. Relatives were here from Lake City and Goodhue, Minnesota, Stanley, Thorp, Chicago, Two Rivers, Green Bay and Milwaukee. Born Anna LeCroix at St. Anna, July 3, 1879, Mrs. Zorn was a daughter of the late William and Elizabeth Dickrell LeCroix. She spent her early life in St. Anna and attended Catholic school there. January 27, 1899 she was married to Mr. Zorn of the town of New Holstein at St. Ann's church. The couple operated the Zorn homestead farm west of Kiel until retirement several years ago. Although they continued to live on the farm, operation of it was taken over by a son, Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. Zorn celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 1949. Surviving are the husband; one daughter, Mrs. Frank Anders, Sheboygan; four sons, William, Chilton; Isadore and Raymond, town of New Holstein; and Leo, town of Russell; 14 great-grandchildren; 21 grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. John Johst and Mrs. Paulina Sievert, town of Schleswig; Mrs. Henry Schram, St. Nazianz, and Mrs. John Schram, Two Rivers; two brothers, Paul LaCroix, Kiel, and Edward, Glenbeulah. ZYWICKE, RAYMOND R. Funeral services were held Tuesday for Raymond R. Zywicke, 68, a Kiel resident who died Saturday at Calumet Memorial Hospital in Chilton. He was born April 3, 1919, in Milwaukee, a son of John and Anna Zywicke. Mr. Zywicke owned and operated Raymond's Inn Supper Club in Kiel from 1965 to 1978. From 1945-1965 he was salesman and credit manager for O. R. Pieper Co. in Milwaukee. (Survivors omitted for privacy) Services were held at Feerick Funeral Home, Milwaukee. Burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery, Milwaukee - July 11, 1987