MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT INDEX

The following entries are from the court index microfilm at the Manitowoc Library, The records pertaining to these are at the Area Research Center in Green Bay. You may be able to order the record here: Lookups at the Cofrin Library in Green Bay
Many of the entries have multiple surnames.

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CLAFLIN, HORACE Claflin, Horace vs City of Manitowoc regarding filling & grading of 6th st between Franklin & Jay yr. 1875; #410; CF26


CLAFLIN, HORACE B. Clafin, Horace B. Plaintiff Robinhorst, August Defendant An error in land description in 1851 led to a suit in 1861 concerning ownership of land in sect 8 town of Newton. Dfnd purchased land and improved it. After a trial and an appeal which was closed as a non-suit land remained with dfndt. yr. 1877; #2169; Box CF16


CLAPP, WELIGT CIRCUIT COURT NTOES. The criminal calendar was set for yesterday. W.R. Kimball again occupies the reporter's desk. Promptness and punctuality do not seem to be characteristics of Manitowoc attorneys. W.J. Turner, now of Milwaukee, came down to attend to his numerous cases in court here. Court opened on Tuesday, June 6th, Judge N.S. Gilson, presiding. His honor keeps up his habit of promptness and hard work. Joshua Stark, one of Milwaukee's veteran lawyers, came down as attorney for the defense in the case of Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. J. Wahlaeger, Secretary of the Concordia Fire Ins. Co., of Milwaukee was in court, being interested in some of the cases. John Robinson, of Kossuth, made his appearance in the court room on Thursday and shook hands with his honor, the judge. The jurors have a fine time, when not on duty, lounging in the court house park, which Sheriff Murphy keeps in excellent condition. Henry Levenhagen and Dennis Shanahan are the accommodating attendants, and they make the jurors feel at home. It was found necessary to order a special venire of eight men, and the following names were retained as such jurors: Hm. Martins, John Comer, Mich. Ripplinger, Hugh Gillet, Wm. Bach, J.P. Wickert, Wm. Groll, John Bolen. The following cases have been disposed of up to date: The board of supervisors of Brown Co., vs. John Shoemaker and Chr. Schwarts. Leave granted to file supplementary answer. Christian Koch vs. Fred Carus et al. Judgment of foreclosure. Amund Oleson vs. Louis Mendlik et al. Jury, consisting of the following, drawn and sworn: A. Dittmar, Math. Kavenagh, C.W. Behuke, H. Horstman, James Ready, Chas. Jenkins, Pet. Wagner, Ferd. Ree, E.N. Haynes, Hy Gries, O. Fennigan, Wm. Luebke. After trial, they returned a verdict that "the plaintiff released the defendant Louis Mendlick from his obligation to pay the one thousand dollars note, described in the complaint." Weligt Clapp vs. Fred. Langenfeldt et al. Stipulation and order filed. George Bill vs. Anton Stoll: Motion for a non-suit granted. Jos. Fehrenbacher et al vs. John Schupp et al. Jury drawn, as follows: Chas. Jenkins, Fred, Below, R.W. Cole, Wm. Luebke, And. Kralick, Timothy Lavine, Jos. Vrany, Hm. Horstman, Eli. Cone, Peter Wagner, John Bull, Math. Kevenagh, Jury return special verdict; damage for plaintiff, one dollar. Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. Jury drawn es (sic) follows: Jac. Grimm, John Jan, John Lucckow (sic), Hugh Gillet, Wm. Groll, H. Loeh, Msch. Ripplinger, Moritz Kiel, John Comer, H. Gries, Alb. Dittmar, Owen Pinegan. Special verdict returned, favorable to plaintiff. Motion made for a new trial. Stay of proceedings for a new trial. Math. Stauet vs. C.W. Birdsail et al. suit granted as to defendants. Hanson & Scove. Mary Pope et al vs. John Nenahlo, affidavit of death of defendant filed. Order revising and continuing suit against administrator. C.W. White vs. G.A. Forrest. Report of Receiver filed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, June 13, 1882 P. 1


CLAPP, WELLINGTON Clapp, Wellington et al vs Langenfeld, Fred et al Langenfeld, Louisa his wife yr. 1882; #143; CF23


CLAPP, WELLINGTON Clapp, Wellington (Nollan, Lizette vs.) Mortage dispute yr. 1879; #1028; CF34


CLAQUE, (NO NAME) Claque (Glover vs) yr. 1855; #241; CF2


CLARENBACK, ERNST Clarenback, Ernst vs Ward, Daniel et al (Ward, Magaret) Money owed yr. 1881; #1170; CF36


CLARENBACK, ERNST Clarenback, Ernst vs Ward, Daniel et al yr. 1895; #1392; CF39


CLARK, (NO NAME) Case & Clark vs William S. Wilcox yr. 1855; X243; CF 7


CLARK, (NO NAME) Case & Clark vs Thomas Fenton etal yr. 1851; X76; CF 1


CLARK, ALDEN Charles Camp (Alden Clark vs) yr. 1855; X281; CF 3


CLARK, ALDEN Case, Harvey etal (Alden Clark) vs Rouse, Lewis Promissory note 1849 yr. 1849; #487; CF 2


CLARK, ALDEN Case, Harvey E. etal & Alden Clark vs Robinson, Christopher promissory note yr. 1856 or 1858; #244; CF 2


CLARK, ALDEN Clark, Alden vs Eaton, Otis W. et al yr. 1858; X1674; CF13


CLARK, ALDEN Clark, Alden; Camp, Charles Plaintiffs Robinson, Arthur C.; Ribonson (sic), Anna Defendants Plnts of New York wish to foreclose on mortgage on lots 5 &6 block 221 village of Manitowoc yr. 1857; #2173; Box CF16


CLARK, ANNA Clark, Anna and Clark, Jefferson H. vs Supreme Council of the Royal Arcanum yr. 1899; #3657; CF58


CLARK, ANTHONY JR. Clark, Anthony Jr Discharge of mortgage yr. 1897; #3371; CF55


CLARK, CATHERINE Clark, John D & Clark, Catherine (Saloman Mann) yr. 1883; #1353; CF39


CLARK, CHARLES Clark, Charles vs Perry Smith yr. 1859; #1686; CF13


CLARK, CHARLES Clark, Charles vs Benjamin Jones et al yr. 1859; #1686; CF13


CLARK, CHRIS Clark, Chris (juror) see Scheele, Henry yr. 1889-1890; #1990; CF?7


CLARK, D.P. SHERIFF'S SALE. Circuit Court, Milwaukee County. Dean K. Fenner, John B. Arthur, Froeman P. Woodbury and Henry E. Brown against Obadiah H. Platt, George Rice, David B. Jewett, James R. Tibbeits, Stephen W. Murstons, Jr., John A. Ordway, William C. Tibbeits, Samuel C. Davis, Charles R. Sawyer, N.W. Perkins, A. Sumner, J.R. Kimball, Edwin O. Tufts, Samuel M. Cornell, Sidney Cornell, Simcon Cary, Henry A. Huntington, Phillip Wadsworth, C.C. Parks, Jr., H.B. Vincent, J. H. Vincent, William Himrod, D. Himrod, D. Shirk, John W. Perego, Edward W. Bulkley, G.D. Bulkley, J.G. Plimpton, Theron R. Butler, John R. Cecil, Salas Rawson, A.W. Green, Charles T. Draper, D.P. Clark, Parker P. Clark, G.H. Clark, Elijah F. Clark, William H. Lyon, Warren W. Lyon, Robert Shaw, Morris S?her, Samuel Halo and John V. Ayer. In??tersuance and by virtue of a decree made by the Circuit Court of the County of Milwaukee on the 27th day of May, A.D. 1862, in the above entitled cause, I shall sell at public auction at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc on the 26th day of July 1862, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day the following described property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said decree, to wit: The S.W. quarter of the N.W. quarter sec. no. twenty (20), and the north half of the South east quarter of the north east quarter of section number nineteen, (19), all in Township number nineteen North of range number twenty-one (21) East, containing sixty acres more or less, all in the County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, Also Lot No. seven (7), in Block number one hundred and thirty-eight (138), lot number seven (7) in block number one hundred and ninety-three (193), lot number twenty-two (22), in Block number one hundred and ninety-nine (199), lots number seven and ten (7 & 10), in block number D, lots no. sixteen (16) in block no. two hundred and two (202), lot number four (4) in block number two hundred and fifty eight (258); lots number ten (10) and eleven (11) in block number two hundred and ninety-five (295), and lots number (6) and seven (7) in block number three hundred an forty-four (344). All of said lots being in the Village of Manitowoc, County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff. Manitowoc County Wis. Dated Sheriff's office, Manitowoc June 3d 1862 BL?LER & MARTIN, Atty's, for Plaintiff. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, October 22, 1862 P. 4


CLARK, DARBY Clark, John D. (Margaret Clark) (widow of Darby Clark) yr. 1883; case # H1362; Box # CR39


CLARK, DARLEY Byrnes, Thomas vs Clark, Darley Estate of father-Thomas Byrnes, Sr. adm. John D. Clark non payment of claim against estate yr. 1878/79; #964; CF 33


CLARK, DERBY Clark, Darby, Estate of Byrnes, Thomas vs adm. John D. Clark non payment of claim against estate yr. 1878/79; #964; CF33


CLARK, DERBY Clark, Derby Plaintiff Loftus, John; Loftus, Catharine wife, Glover, Peleg Defendants Dfnts mortgage 40 acres of land in Pigeon Lake area of town of Liberty to plntf. Mortgage on foreclosed land sold by sheriff to plntf. Amt received is not enought (sic) to cover debts so judgement against dfndts for 108.34. yr. 1858; #2176; Box DF6


CLARK, ELIJAH F. SHERIFF'S SALE. Circuit Court, Milwaukee County. Dean K. Fenner, John B. Arthur, Froeman P. Woodbury and Henry E. Brown against Obadiah H. Platt, George Rice, David B. Jewett, James R. Tibbeits, Stephen W. Murstons, Jr., John A. Ordway, William C. Tibbeits, Samuel C. Davis, Charles R. Sawyer, N.W. Perkins, A. Sumner, J.R. Kimball, Edwin O. Tufts, Samuel M. Cornell, Sidney Cornell, Simcon Cary, Henry A. Huntington, Phillip Wadsworth, C.C. Parks, Jr., H.B. Vincent, J. H. Vincent, William Himrod, D. Himrod, D. Shirk, John W. Perego, Edward W. Bulkley, G.D. Bulkley, J.G. Plimpton, Theron R. Butler, John R. Cecil, Salas Rawson, A.W. Green, Charles T. Draper, D.P. Clark, Parker P. Clark, G.H. Clark, Elijah F. Clark, William H. Lyon, Warren W. Lyon, Robert Shaw, Morris S?her, Samuel Halo and John V. Ayer. In??tersuance and by virtue of a decree made by the Circuit Court of the County of Milwaukee on the 27th day of May, A.D. 1862, in the above entitled cause, I shall sell at public auction at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc on the 26th day of July 1862, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day the following described property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said decree, to wit: The S.W. quarter of the N.W. quarter sec. no. twenty (20), and the north half of the South east quarter of the north east quarter of section number nineteen, (19), all in Township number nineteen North of range number twenty-one (21) East, containing sixty acres more or less, all in the County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, Also Lot No. seven (7), in Block number one hundred and thirty-eight (138), lot number seven (7) in block number one hundred and ninety-three (193), lot number twenty-two (22), in Block number one hundred and ninety-nine (199), lots number seven and ten (7 & 10), in block number D, lots no. sixteen (16) in block no. two hundred and two (202), lot number four (4) in block number two hundred and fifty eight (258); lots number ten (10) and eleven (11) in block number two hundred and ninety-five (295), and lots number (6) and seven (7) in block number three hundred an forty-four (344). All of said lots being in the Village of Manitowoc, County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff. Manitowoc County Wis. Dated Sheriff's office, Manitowoc June 3d 1862 BL?LER & MARTIN, Atty's, for Plaintiff. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, October 22, 1862 P. 4


CLARK, ELLEN Clark, Thomas - PLT Clark, Ellen - DFT Divorce Myrtle & Alice Bell Clark Children yr. 1882; #1271; CF38


CLARK, ELLEN Clark, Ellen - DFT Clark, Thomas - PLT Divorce Myrtle & Alice Bell Clark Children yr. 1882; #127; CF38


CLARK, ELLEN Clark, Thomas vs Clark, Ellen md 4 Nov 1875 at Town of Kossuth, Manitowoc Co. WI lived City of Mtwc 2 ch: Myrtle Clark, 3 yrs ? 4 Feb 1879 Alice Bell Clark, who died about the age of 2 yrs d 23 Feb 1879 def took only living child away with her Coe Birdsall's wife is defandant's twin sisterdef's father is Henry Spence (over) pltff's mother is 67 yrs old yr. 1882 #1271; CF38


CLARK, FINCH Clark, Laura A. vs Clark, Marcena md 5 Oct 1843 at Youngstown, New York pltff lives in Two Rivers 4 children were born. There are now two living minor children: Finch Clark, 18 yrs old; Walter Clark, 13 yrs old Def deserted Pltff at Two Rivers about 13 July 1867 def lives Chicago, IL (over on back of card) Hezekiah H. Smith states he is father of Laura A. Clark & has been living in Two Rivers for the last 29 years. She (Clark) has been in TR for the last 9 yrs, living with three of her children. yr. 1874; #356; CF25


CLARK, G.H. SHERIFF'S SALE. Circuit Court, Milwaukee County. Dean K. Fenner, John B. Arthur, Froeman P. Woodbury and Henry E. Brown against Obadiah H. Platt, George Rice, David B. Jewett, James R. Tibbeits, Stephen W. Murstons, Jr., John A. Ordway, William C. Tibbeits, Samuel C. Davis, Charles R. Sawyer, N.W. Perkins, A. Sumner, J.R. Kimball, Edwin O. Tufts, Samuel M. Cornell, Sidney Cornell, Simcon Cary, Henry A. Huntington, Phillip Wadsworth, C.C. Parks, Jr., H.B. Vincent, J. H. Vincent, William Himrod, D. Himrod, D. Shirk, John W. Perego, Edward W. Bulkley, G.D. Bulkley, J.G. Plimpton, Theron R. Butler, John R. Cecil, Salas Rawson, A.W. Green, Charles T. Draper, D.P. Clark, Parker P. Clark, G.H. Clark, Elijah F. Clark, William H. Lyon, Warren W. Lyon, Robert Shaw, Morris S?her, Samuel Halo and John V. Ayer. In??tersuance and by virtue of a decree made by the Circuit Court of the County of Milwaukee on the 27th day of May, A.D. 1862, in the above entitled cause, I shall sell at public auction at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc on the 26th day of July 1862, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day the following described property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said decree, to wit: The S.W. quarter of the N.W. quarter sec. no. twenty (20), and the north half of the South east quarter of the north east quarter of section number nineteen, (19), all in Township number nineteen North of range number twenty-one (21) East, containing sixty acres more or less, all in the County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, Also Lot No. seven (7), in Block number one hundred and thirty-eight (138), lot number seven (7) in block number one hundred and ninety-three (193), lot number twenty-two (22), in Block number one hundred and ninety-nine (199), lots number seven and ten (7 & 10), in block number D, lots no. sixteen (16) in block no. two hundred and two (202), lot number four (4) in block number two hundred and fifty eight (258); lots number ten (10) and eleven (11) in block number two hundred and ninety-five (295), and lots number (6) and seven (7) in block number three hundred an forty-four (344). All of said lots being in the Village of Manitowoc, County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff. Manitowoc County Wis. Dated Sheriff's office, Manitowoc June 3d 1862 BL?LER & MARTIN, Atty's, for Plaintiff. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, October 22, 1862 P. 4


CLARK, HARRIET Clark, Harriet Proof of claim. yr. 1893; #648; CF65


CLARK, HARRIET Clark, Harriet Proof of claim. yr. 1893; #695; CF65


CLARK, HARRIET A.T. Clark, Harriet A.T. vs Wienke, William & et al Wienke, Charlotte his wife. yr. 1900; #3750; CF59


CLARK, IRA Clarke, Samuel D. (Henry Dudley vs Ira Clark et al) yr. 1851; #8; CF1


CLARK, IRA Clark, Ira Defendant Smyth, John Plaintiff Plnts seeks to collect a note fr (sic) 100.00 int 10% for 1 yr fron (sic) dfndt of Clark's Mills. yr. 1862; #2072; CF15


CLARK, IRA Clark, Ira (Henry Geier vs) Suit for payment for work, labor and services performed yr. 1874; #251; CF24


CLARK, IRA Clark, Ira et al (H. Lemings et al vs) yr. 1873; #1153; CF9


CLARK, IRA Clark, Ira (B. Murphy vs) yr. 1862; #782; CF7


CLARK, IRA Clark, Ira et al (Henry Dudley vs) yr. 1850; #8; CF1


CLARK, IRA Grand and Petit Jurors. We are indebted to W.F. Eldridge, Esq., Deputy Clerk of the Court, for the following list of Grand and Petit Jurors, drawn on Saturday last for the October term of the Circuit Court. GRAND JURORS. Martin Brothers, Albert Barry, L.S. House, H.H. Smith, Joseph Waller, Edmund Sullivan, Casper Fleischer, Bartley McGuire, Wm. Lendt, Ira Clark, James Kirby, Charles Tisch, N. Sorrenson, W. H. Metcalf, Michael Fellows, Thomas Watts, Plinny Price, Joseph Vilas, Jr., Adam Roberts, John F. Guyles, Thomas Burns, Wm. H. Glover, C.P. Northrop. PETIT JURORS. James H. Hudges, John O'Laughlin, John O'Hern, A.C. Pool, Dan Shanahan, Sam. H. Phillips, August Riebler, August Apel, J. Draper, D. Neagel, L.H. Knapp, John Kenn, H.F. Hubbard, Richard Ownes, A.W. Bowman, Jas. Bennett, W. Clothier, John Birdsell, Jospeh Symes, Win. Smith, Conrad Bates, George Sharp, Ava Smith, H. Schlichting, Geo. S. Lawrence, H.F. Belitz, C.H. Jennison, M. Oleson, F. Kulhman, J. Wenner, C.F. Rendiger, Henry Riesland, Briston Rowley, Peter Schneider, Henry Heap, Edward Saunders. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, September 16, 1859 P.3


CLARK, ISAIAH Clark, Isaiah (K. Torrison vs) yr. 1859; #1468; CF12


CLARK, JEFFERSON H. Clark, Anna and Clark, Jefferson H. vs Supreme Council of the Royal Arcanum yr. 1899; #3657; CF58


CLARK, JOB Clark, Job vs Polifka, John et al yr. 1898; #3611; CF58


CLARK, JOHN Clark, John (Margaret Clark) yr. 1883; Case # 1363; Box # 39; Stored SJB


CLARK, JOHN Clark, John Defendant Harris, Fred State of Wisconsin Plaintiffs Dfndt is accused of obtaining money under false pretenses by using a forged token. yr. 1877; #2086; Box CF16


CLARK, JOHN Clark, Margaret Plaintiff vs John Clark Defendent yr. 1883; Case 1363; CT39


CLARK, JOHN D. Byrnes, Thomas vs Clark, Darley Estate of father-Thomas Byrnes, Sr. adm. John D. Clark non payment of claim against estate yr. 1878/79; #964; CF 33


CLARK, JOHN D. Clark, Darby, Estate of Byrnes, Thomas vs adm. John D. Clark non payment of claim against estate yr. 1878/79; #964; CF33


CLARK, JOHN D. Clark, John D & Clark, Catherine (Saloman Mann) yr. 1883; #1353; CF39


CLARK, JOHN D. Clark, John D. (Margaret Clark) (widow of Darby Clark) yr. 1883; case # H1362; Box # CR39


CLARK, JOHN D. Clark, Margaret vs Clark, John D. yr. 1883; #1362; #CF39


CLARK, LAURA A. Clark, Laura A. vs Clark, Marcena md 5 Oct 1843 at Youngstown, New York pltff lives in Two Rivers 4 children were born. There are now two living minor children: Finch Clark, 18 yrs old; Walter Clark, 13 yrs old Def deserted Pltff at Two Rivers about 13 July 1867 def lives Chicago, IL (over on back of card) Hezekiah H. Smith states he is father of Laura A. Clark & has been living in Two Rivers for the last 29 years. She (Clark) has been in TR for the last 9 yrs, living with three of her children. yr. 1874; #356; CF25


CLARK, LIZAN Clark, Lizan (?) (Def) (St. of Wis. vs) In case of Murphy, Patrick et al. yr. 1856; CX2697; CP20


CLARK, MARCENA Clark, Laura A. vs Clark, Marcena md 5 Oct 1843 at Youngstown, New York pltff lives in Two Rivers 4 children were born. There are now two living minor children: Finch Clark, 18 yrs old; Walter Clark, 13 yrs old Def deserted Pltff at Two Rivers about 13 July 1867 def lives Chicago, IL (over on back of card) Hezekiah H. Smith states he is father of Laura A. Clark & has been living in Two Rivers for the last 29 years. She (Clark) has been in TR for the last 9 yrs, living with three of her children. yr. 1874; #356; CF25


CLARK, MARGARET Clark, John (Margaret Clark) yr. 1883; Case # 1363; Box # 39; Stored SJB


CLARK, MARGARET Clark, John D. (Margaret Clark) (widow of Darby Clark) yr. 1883; case # H1362; Box # CR39


CLARK, MARGARET Clark, Margaret vs Clark, John D. yr. 1883; #1362; #CF39


CLARK, MARGARET Clark, Margaret Plaintiff vs John Clark Defendent yr. 1883; Case 1363; CT39


CLARK, MARY (MRS.) Clark, Master Walter; Clark, Mrs. Mary Proof of debt yr. 1893; #277; CF65


CLARK, PARKER P. SHERIFF'S SALE. Circuit Court, Milwaukee County. Dean K. Fenner, John B. Arthur, Froeman P. Woodbury and Henry E. Brown against Obadiah H. Platt, George Rice, David B. Jewett, James R. Tibbeits, Stephen W. Murstons, Jr., John A. Ordway, William C. Tibbeits, Samuel C. Davis, Charles R. Sawyer, N.W. Perkins, A. Sumner, J.R. Kimball, Edwin O. Tufts, Samuel M. Cornell, Sidney Cornell, Simcon Cary, Henry A. Huntington, Phillip Wadsworth, C.C. Parks, Jr., H.B. Vincent, J. H. Vincent, William Himrod, D. Himrod, D. Shirk, John W. Perego, Edward W. Bulkley, G.D. Bulkley, J.G. Plimpton, Theron R. Butler, John R. Cecil, Salas Rawson, A.W. Green, Charles T. Draper, D.P. Clark, Parker P. Clark, G.H. Clark, Elijah F. Clark, William H. Lyon, Warren W. Lyon, Robert Shaw, Morris S?her, Samuel Halo and John V. Ayer. In??tersuance and by virtue of a decree made by the Circuit Court of the County of Milwaukee on the 27th day of May, A.D. 1862, in the above entitled cause, I shall sell at public auction at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc on the 26th day of July 1862, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day the following described property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said decree, to wit: The S.W. quarter of the N.W. quarter sec. no. twenty (20), and the north half of the South east quarter of the north east quarter of section number nineteen, (19), all in Township number nineteen North of range number twenty-one (21) East, containing sixty acres more or less, all in the County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, Also Lot No. seven (7), in Block number one hundred and thirty-eight (138), lot number seven (7) in block number one hundred and ninety-three (193), lot number twenty-two (22), in Block number one hundred and ninety-nine (199), lots number seven and ten (7 & 10), in block number D, lots no. sixteen (16) in block no. two hundred and two (202), lot number four (4) in block number two hundred and fifty eight (258); lots number ten (10) and eleven (11) in block number two hundred and ninety-five (295), and lots number (6) and seven (7) in block number three hundred an forty-four (344). All of said lots being in the Village of Manitowoc, County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff. Manitowoc County Wis. Dated Sheriff's office, Manitowoc June 3d 1862 BL?LER & MARTIN, Atty's, for Plaintiff. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, October 22, 1862 P. 4


CLARK, S. Clark, S. (Def.) (St. of Wis vs.) In case of Murphy, Patrick et al yr. 1856; CX2697; CF20; KLH


CLARK, SAMUEL D. Clark, Samuel D. see Lawrence, George W. (St Wis) CX2600


CLARK, SAMUEL D. Clark, Samuel D. et al Lawrence, George W. (State of Wis) Resisting arrest yr. 1860; CX2251; CF17; NL


CLARK, TEMPLE Clark, Temple (J. Jayers vs) yr. 1856; #X323; CF3


CLARK, TEMPLE Clark, Temple (State of Wis, vs Amos Soper) Resisting a Public Officer in discharge of his duty yr. 1860; CX2248; CF17; NL


CLARK, TEMPLE Clark, Temple; Walker, Charles; Fitch, Charles W. Defendants Miller, Edward Plaintiff A suit to collect 105.00 on a note signed by all dfnts. yr. 1859; #1942; Box CF15; FLB


CLARK, TEMPLE SHERIFF'S SALE-State of Wisconsin, Circuit Court, Manitowoc County. Daniel Strong, against Charles H. Walker, Ellen M. Walker his wife, G.B. Collins, Joseph Vilas Jr. & Temple Clark, Judgement of Foreclosure and Sale. In virtue of and pursuant to a Judgment rendered in said Court in the above entilted action, dated November 1st 1858, I shall expose for sale and sell at Public Auction, at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc, on Tuesday the 24th day of May 1859, at the hour of 10 A.M. of that day, the following described mortgaged premises or so much thereof as may be neccessary to raise the amount of said judgement interests and cost together with expenses of sale to-wit: All those lands in Manitowoc county and State of Wisconsin known and describe as nine acres and eight hundred BORCHERand ninetyone thousandths of an acre (9 890-1000) situated and being an undivided interest in the two east fractions of section No. thirty (30) lot No. five (5) of section number nineteen (19) and in the west half of the south west quarter of section number twenty (20) all in township No. nineteen (19) north of range no. twentyfour (24) east. Dated Sheriff's Office Manitowoc Wis. November 20th 1858 ORTON, HOPKINS & FIRMIN, Atty for Plff. T.A.H. EDWARDS, Sheriff. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Tuesday, January 4, 1859 P. 4


CLARK, THOMAS Clark, Thomas - PLT Clark, Ellen - DFT Divorce Myrtle & Alice Bell Clark Children yr. 1882; #1271; CF38


CLARK, THOMAS Clark, Ellen - DFT Clark, Thomas - PLT Divorce Myrtle & Alice Bell Clark Children yr. 1882; #127; CF38


CLARK, THOMAS Clark, Thomas vs Clark, Ellen md 4 Nov 1875 at Town of Kossuth, Manitowoc Co. WI lived City of Mtwc 2 ch: Myrtle Clark, 3 yrs b. 4 Feb 1879 Alice Bell Clark, who died about the age of 2 yrs d 23 Feb 1879 def took only living child away with her Coe Birdsall's wife is defandant's twin sisterdef's father is Henry Spence (over) pltff's mother is 67 yrs old yr. 1882 #1271; CF38


CLARK, THOMAS Clark, Thomas (Infant) Custody yr. 1880; #1803; Box CF44


CLARK, W. (MRS.) Clark, W. (Mrs.) dau. of Leonard Binkleman Proof of debt for him. yr. 1893; #233; CF65


CLARK, WALTER Clark, Laura A. vs Clark, Marcena md 5 Oct 1843 at Youngstown, New York pltff lives in Two Rivers 4 children were born. There are now two living minor children: Finch Clark, 18 yrs old; Walter Clark, 13 yrs old Def deserted Pltff at Two Rivers about 13 July 1867 def lives Chicago, IL (over on back of card) Hezekiah H. Smith states he is father of Laura A. Clark & has been living in Two Rivers for the last 29 years. She (Clark) has been in TR for the last 9 yrs, living with three of her children. yr. 1874; #356; CF25


CLARK, WALTER Clark, Master Walter; Clark, Mrs. Mary Proof of debt yr. 1893; #277; CF65


CLARKE, DANIEL P. Clarke, Daniel P. vs William Aldrich et al yr. 1858; #1625; CF13


CLARKE, GEORGE H. Clarke, George H. vs William Aldrich et al yr. 1858; #1625; CF13


CLARKE, MOSES P. Clarke, Moses P. vs William Aldrich et al yr. 1858; #1625; CF13


CLARKE, SAMUEL D. Clarke, Samuel D. (Henry Dudley vs Ira Clark et al) yr. 1851; #8; CF1


CLARY, MARY Clary, Mary see John Barr #1587


CLASSEN, JOHN Classen, John (Porter, William J. vs) Foreclosure by Sheriff's sale yr. 1859; X2209; CF17


CLASSON, A. Classon, A. (J. Horn vs) yr. 1858; X1560; CF12


CLASSON, A.R. Classon, A.R. see Elizabeth Tendler #255


CLASSON, AGNES Brenen, Bridget vs Classon, Agnes etal (State of Wis) assault & beat yr. 1866; CX #2255; CF 17


CLASSON, AGNES JR. Classon, Agnes Jr See Brenen, Bridget vs Classon, Agnes CX225


CLASSON, ALANDON R. Classon, George F. vs Alandon R. Classon; James R. Classon; Alandon R. Classon Jr yr. 1859; X1654; CF13


CLASSON, ALANDON R. JR. Classon, George F. vs Alandon R. Classon; James R. Classon; Alandon R. Classon Jr yr. 1859; X1654; CF13


CLASSON, CHARLOTTE Classon, Charlotte vs Classon, Josiah H. md at Green Bay, Brown Co, WI on 13 June 1866 one child living, 3 yrs old Pltff's father is Perry Lovely witness Jerome Peice yr. 1873; #247; CF24


CLASSON, GEORGE F. Classon, George F. vs Alandon R. Classon; James R. Classon; Alandon R. Classon Jr yr. 1859; X1654; CF13


CLASSON, GEORGE F. Classon, George F. (Sylvester Goodenow vs) yr. 1857; X1644; CF13


CLASSON, GEORGE F. Crawley, William P. vs Classon, George F. yr. 1857; X1644; CF13


CLASSON, J.H. Classon, J.H. (Glover, Geo. S. vs) yr. 1857; X640; CF5


CLASSON, JAMES R. Classon, George F. vs Alandon R. Classon; James R. Classon; Alandon R. Classon Jr yr. 1859; X1654; CF13


CLASSON, JOSIAH H. Classon, Charlotte vs Classon, Josiah H. md at Green Bay, Brown Co, WI on 13 June 1866 one child living, 3 yrs old Pltff's father is Perry Lovely witness Jerome Peice yr. 1873; #247; CF24


CLASSON, LOTTIE Classon, Lottie State of Wis vs Deiderich, Mary (Dietridge) Pointing a gun yr. 1883; #46; CF68; NL


CLAUSEN, ALANSEN Clausen, Alansen (McCollister, Chas vs) State of Wisconsin Assault yr. 1868; #CX2261; CF17


CLAUSEN, ANDREW Clausen, Josiah H. (Andrew Clausen vs) yr. 1858; #X1675; CF13; EJK


CLAUSEN, CLAUS H. 4-In re estate of Claus H. Clausen, deceased:-Final account filed and final hearing set for Jan. 31. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1882 P. 4


CLAUSEN, FLORA A. Clausen, Flora A. vs Klotsh, Harvey and Wichold yr. 1883; #1383; CF39


CLAUSEN, JONAH H. Clausen, Jonah H. et al (Ferdon, Peter T. State of Wis vs) Strike, wound & beat yr. 1857; CX2266; CF17; NL


CLAUSEN, OLIVER Clausen, Oliver vs. Luehr, Frederich yr. 1859; #609; CF65; MCHS


CLAUSON, GEORGE Clauson, George (State of Wis vs) yr. 1853; #X155; CF1


CLAUSON, GEORGE F. Clauson, George F. vs Josiah N. Clauson yr. 1859; #X1676; CF13; EJK


CLAUSON, JOSIAH H. Clauson Josiah H. vs Philip R. Clauson yr. 1856; #X414; CF3


CLAUSON, JOSIAH N. Clauson, George F. vs Josiah N. Clauson yr. 1859; #X1676; CF13; EJK


CLAUSON, PHILIP R. Clauson Josiah H. vs Philip R. Clauson yr. 1856; #X414; CF3


CLAUSON, WM. Brotz, John Plaintiff Wm. Clauson Co. A dispute about payment to plaintiff for logs he cut. yr. 1856; #1750; Box CF 14 FLB


CLAUSON, WM. Clauson, Wm. Co. Dft? Brotz, John Ptf yr. 1856; #1750; CF14; FLB


CLAUSSEN, CLAUS (First publication January 10, 1882.) IN PROBATE-MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT. In the matter of the estate of Claus H. Claussen, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Julius Lindstedt of the estate of said deceased, representing among other things that he has fully administered said estate, and praying that a time and place be fixed for examining and allowing his account of his administration filed in this Court and for the assignment of the residue of said estate to the persons entitled thereto: It is ordered that said account be examined and said petition heard by this Court on Tuesday, the 31st day of January, A.D., 1882, at 10 o'clock A.M., at my office in said County. Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to the heirs of said deceased and to all persons interested, by publishing a copy of this order for three weeks successvely prior to said day of hearing, in the Lake Shore Times, a weekly newspaper published at Manitowoc, in said County. Dated at the city and county of Manitowoc, the 4th day of January, A.D., 1882. By the Court, R.D.Smart, County Judge. H.G. & W.J. Turner, Attys for Estate. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 10, 1882 P. 4


CLAUSSEN, CLAUS H. 31-In re estate of Claus H. Claussen deceased:-Final account rendered and allowed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1882 P. 4


CLAUSSON, CLAUSS H. COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. Smart, J. In re estate of Clauss H. Clausson deceased: Administrator discharged. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, July 18, 1882 P. 4


CLAWSEN, JOSIAH H. Clausen, Josiah H. (Andrew Clausen vs) yr. 1858; #X1675; CF13; EJK


CLAWSEN, JOSIAH H. Clawson, Andrew vs Clawsen, Josiah H. yr. 1858; X1675; CF13


CLAWSON, ALANDEN R. Clawson, Alanden R. Defendant Sherburn, Oliver J. Plaintiff Plntf requests permissin to use land he has purchased but has been refuse entry by dfndt. Also seek damages for loss of use of same. See also entry 1860 & 1927 yr. 1858; #1928; Box CF14; FLB


CLAWSON, ALANDON R. Clawson, Alandon R. (Sherburn, Oliver State of Wis vs) Damage to property yr. 1860; #X2353; CF17


CLAWSON, ANDREW Clawson, Andrew vs Clawsen, Josiah H. yr. 1858; X1675; CF13


CLAWSON, FLORA Brennan, John; Brennan, Michael; Brennan, James; Brennan, Andrew Jr. Defendants State of Wisconsin Plaintiff Dfndts are accused of throwing stones at Flora Clawson when he walked thru Andrew Brennan's Sr. pasture on his way home. Ages of defendants John 14, Michael 12, James 9, Andrew 6. James and Andrew are excused because of their age, John and Michael are found guilty and fined $2.00 each plus court costs. event took place near RR track in town of Cato. yr. 1870; #CX 2009; Box CF 15 FLB


CLAWSON, FLORA Clawson, Flora Clawson is the victim of an attack with stones as he crossed the land of a neighbor on his way home. attackers are John, Michael, James and Andrew Jr brennan (sic) sons of Andrew Brennan SR. Clawson James K. Blackman, Washburn vs Clawson, James K. (State of Wis) Assault, beat, wound & ill treat. yr. 1858; CX2259; CF 17


CLAWSON, OLIVER Clawson, Oliver (Daniel Lanegan vs) yr. 1849; X1685; CF13


CLAWSON, WM. J. Clawson, Wm J. vs Jacob Grim yr. 1861; X1673; CF13


CLEMANS, JOHN Burns, Jonas C.; Clemans, John Defendants Morrison, Luther Plaintiff Suit to foreclose on 320 acres in the town of Cato Mtwc Cty. Morrison is a resident of Milwaukee. Amt of mortgage is $200.00. Burns has left Wisconsin and is reported to be a prisoner in the Penitentary in the State of New York in Auburn N.Y. yr. 1853; #1946; Box CF 15 FLB


CLEMENS, JOHN Clemens, John; Burns, Jonas C. Defendants Morrison, Luther Plaintiff Suit to foreclose on 320 acres in town of Cato Mtwc CTY. Morrison is a resident of Milwaukee, amt of Mtg is $200.00. Burns has left Wisconsin and is reported to be a prisoner in the penitentary of the State of New York at Auburn. yr. 1853; #1946; Box CF15


CLEMENT, FRANK (Clement, Frank) T.C. Shoves Banking Co. Manitowoc, Wis. yr. 1892; # 218; Box CF21; A.A.B


CLITY(?), J. Sarah A. Andrews etal; Leonard Andrews; Joanna F. Throys; Charles Throys; Susan Bosworth; Anna A. Bosworth vs John A. Eastman etal J. Clity(?); Perry; James B. Perry; Frederick Perry yr. 1852; X 125; CF 1


CLOBY, ETHAN Cloby, Ethan Plaintiff Windiate, Thomas; Windiate, Cornelia wife Defendnat (sic) Dfndts mortgaged lot 1 & 1 block 181 village of Manitowoc for $2,740.08. Mortgage is overdue plntf is foreclosing. yr. 1869; #2159; Box CF16; FLB


CLOGES, EDWIN D. Cloges, Edwin D. (John Coleman vs) yr. 1859; X1607; CF13


CLOOS, JACOB Cloos, Jacob (Robert Rudolph vs) yr. 1893; #2288; CF50


CLOSSEN, FLORA A. Clossen, Flora A. (State of Wis. vs) yr. 1888; Cri 338 #126; HCF69


CLOSSON, A.R. Bourstolle, Fr. C. v.s. Closson, A.R. Promissory note yr. 1887; No. 1842; Box C.F. 45


CLOTHIER, W. Grand and Petit Jurors. We are indebted to W.F. Eldridge, Esq., Deputy Clerk of the Court, for the following list of Grand and Petit Jurors, drawn on Saturday last for the October term of the Circuit Court. GRAND JURORS. Martin Brothers, Albert Barry, L.S. House, H.H. Smith, Joseph Waller, Edmund Sullivan, Casper Fleischer, Bartley McGuire, Wm. Lendt, Ira Clark, James Kirby, Charles Tisch, N. Sorrenson, W. H. Metcalf, Michael Fellows, Thomas Watts, Plinny Price, Joseph Vilas, Jr., Adam Roberts, John F. Guyles, Thomas Burns, Wm. H. Glover, C.P. Northrop. PETIT JURORS. James H. Hudges, John O'Laughlin, John O'Hern, A.C. Pool, Dan Shanahan, Sam. H. Phillips, August Riebler, August Apel, J. Draper, D. Neagel, L.H. Knapp, John Kenn, H.F. Hubbard, Richard Ownes, A.W. Bowman, Jas. Bennett, W. Clothier, John Birdsell, Jospeh Symes, Win. Smith, Conrad Bates, George Sharp, Ava Smith, H. Schlichting, Geo. S. Lawrence, H.F. Belitz, C.H. Jennison, M. Oleson, F. Kulhman, J. Wenner, C.F. Rendiger, Henry Riesland, Briston Rowley, Peter Schneider, Henry Heap, Edward Saunders. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, September 16, 1859 P.3


CLOUGH, ROYAL State of Wisc. vs. Clough, Royal assault of Likas, Peter yr. 1883; CX2247; CF17


CLOUGH, ROYAL Clough, Royal (State of Wis vs) Assault of Peter Lackas Simon Clough posted bail yr. 1883; #43; CF68; NL


CLOUGH, RUPE The following cases were disposed of in the Circuit Court during the past week: State of Wisconsin vs Rupe Clough: Change of revenue from Brown County continued by consent. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, June 20, 1882 P. 4


CLOUGH, SIMON Clough, Royal (State of Wis vs) Assault of Peter Lackas Simon Clough posted bail yr. 1883; #43; CF68; NL


CLOWPECK, ANTON Clowpeck, Anton see Semfeld, Joseph X2440


CLOWPECK, ELIZABETH Clowpeck, Elizabeth wife of Anton Clowpeck see Semfeld, Joseph X2440


CLUNE, DANIEL Judge, John (Clune, Daniel vs) Re Bill of sale for Threshing Machine yr. 1878; #805; CF 71


CLUNE, DANIEL Clune, Daniel vs Judge, John; & Earls, Thomas; & Roland, Richard Re Bill of Sale for threshing machine yr. 1878; #805; CF31; EJK


CLUNE, DANIEL Earles/Earls, Thomas (Clune, Daniel vs) Re. Bill of sale for Washing machine (note: looks like wash part is lined out) yr. 1878; #805; CF31


COAKLEY, HENRY Coakley, Henry Proof of claim yr. 1893; #13; CF65


COBBERT, FRANK Cobbert, Frank (State of Wis vs) yr. 1889; Cri 356 #143; HCF69


COCHEMENT, AUGUST Birdsall, Benj. - (August Cochement vs) yr. 1860; X1684; CF 13


COCHMENT, AUGUST Birdsall, Benjamin Defendant - Cochment, August Plaintiff A list of jurors and a jury verdict for the defendant yr. 1860; #2160; Box CF 16 FLB


COCHEMS, ANNA MARIA Bohn, John & Mary Defendants Cochems, Anna Maria Plaintiff Dfndts mortgaged 80 acre in sect 1 town of Gibson to Chas Tisch who assigned mtg to plntf who forclosed it. Amt of Mortgage $100.. Int 12% yr. 1869; #2186; Box CF 16 FLB


COCHEMS, JOHN Cochems, John (State of Wis. vs) yr. 1889; Cri 350 #137; HCF69


CODY, JOHN Cody, John vs Cody, Patrick & wife Land dispute over raising defandants dtr for 11 yrs. yr. 1877; #757; CF31


CODY, MRS. JOHN (Cody, Mrs. John) T.C. Shove Banking Co. Manitowoc, Wis yr. 1892; #88; Box CF21


CODY, PATRICK Cody, John vs Cody, Patrick & wife Land dispute over raising defandants dtr for 11 yrs. yr. 1877; #757; CF31


COGSWELL, ELISHA D. Cogswell, Elisha D. see Parrish, Isaac C. X2382


COGSWELL, HIRAM Cogswell, Hiram (see Kuehn, Chas X1304)


COGSWELL, J.S. Basland, John - (J.S. Cogswell vs) yr. 1860; X1663; CF 13


COGSWELL, J.S. Dern, Elisha B. (J.S. Cogswell vs) yr. 1860; X1663; CF13


COGSWELL, JAMES M. Cogswell, James M.; Owen, John; Sprague, James Defendants DBA Sprague, Owens & Co. Wilkinson, John; Wilkinson, Herman; Steson, Charles Plaintiffs Promissory note for 515.87 given to Welester Button & Case Co. of Boston. and solt (sic) to plaintiffs. yr. 1857; #2117; Box CF16


COGSWELL, JOSEPH S. Cogswell, Joseph S. vs Owen, John J. yr. 1860; X1663; CF13


COHEN, BRIDGET Cone, Bridget or (Cohen) See Doyle, Catherine #3344 Long, Margaret (her mother)


COHEN, JAMES Cohen, James or (Cowhen) (Mullens, William (State of Wis) vs) Assault & Battery yr. 1872; CX2250; CF17


COIT, (NO NAME) Coit vs Zinns yr. 1855; #214; CF2


COLBECK, MATHEW Colbeck, Mathew Proof of claim yr. 1893; #358; CF65


COLBY, EMILY J. Jones, Benjamin vs. Colby, Ethan & Emily J. yr. 1871; #125; CF 23


COLBY, ETHAN Jones, Benjamin vs. Colby, Ethan & Emily J. yr. 1871; #125; CF 23


COLBY, ETHAN Jones, Benjamin (Colby, Ethan vs) yr. 1864; #1698; CF 13


COLBY, MRS. FREDERICK Colby, Mrs. Frederick Proof of claim yr. 1893; #265; CF65


COLBY, FRIEDERICKE (MRS.) Colby, Friedericke (Mrs.) Proof of claim. yr. 1893; #697; CF65


COLE, CHARLES D. Cole, Charles D. Plaintiff Neilson, Neils; Neilson, Martha; Morrill, Charles Defendants Foreclosure action on 80 acres in sect 12 in the Town of Cato yr. 1857; #2156; Box CF16


COLE, GEO. Cole, Geo. vs Meyer, Theressa (et al) yr. 1871; #87; CF22


COLE, GEORGE Cole, George vs Gottfried Susse et al yr. 1860; #20; CF22


COLE, GEORGE Bracht, Henry (George Cole vs) yr. 1870; #20; CF 22


COLE, HARRIET S. Cole, R.W. (wife Harriet S.) (see Emerson vs Pease) yr. 1885; #1466; CF40


COLE, HARRIET S. Emerson, Lyman vs. Pease, Erastus et al. et al = J. Neuman; Ruth Pease, wife of E.D. Pease; Cole, R.W.; Harriet S. Cole wife of R.W. Cole; August Neuman; Sarah & Edith Pellett infants (guard. Geo. Cooper) [Mtg. assigned from Mary Arnold to Niles J. Gilbert]; Louisa, Elizabeth, Magdalena, Joseph & Edward Kirscher - infants-reside with Anna Kirscher, their mother & guardian. Anna Kirscher, Chas. Steinbrecker & Mary M.; Julius Neuman & wf Margaret Neuman; Valentin Neuman yr. 1885; #1466; CF40


COLE, JIRAH D. Circuit Court-County of Manitowoc. Luther Dana, against Nicholas Wollmer, Paulina Wollmer, Theodore C. Shove, Edwia Hunt, Stephen Hubbard, Isaac F. Winn, Harvey E. Case, Sylvester Goodenow, Lewis A Mann, Jas. Herman, Thomas Robinson, John Robinson, Jas. Bennett, George Schurchardt, George Graves, Fred Plotzman, Peter J. Blesch, Chas. H. Walkker, Tracy J. Brown, George C. Walke, Jirah D. Cole, and Richard Klingholz. THE STATE OF WISCONSIN. To the above named Defendants. You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint of Luther Dana, plaintiff, which was on the 22nd day of August, 1859, filed in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for the county of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, and to serve a copy of your answer on the subscriber at Manitowoc, Wisconsin, within twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and if you fail to answer said complaint as hereby required, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Geo. H. Woodin, Pl'tiffs Atty. Manitowoc, September 5, 1859. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, September 16, 1859 P.3


COLE, JIRSH D. Circuit Court-County of Manitowoc. Luther Dana, against Nicholas Wollmer, Paulina Wollmer, Theodore C. Shove, Edwin Hunt, Stephen Hubbard, Isaac F. Winn, Harvey E. Case, Sylvester Goodenow, Lewis A. Mann, Jas. Herman, Thomas Robinson, John Robinson, Jas. Bennett, George Schuchardt, George Graves, Fred Pootzman, Peter J. Blesch, Chas. H. Walkker, Tracy J. Brown, George C. Walker, Jirsh D. Cole, and Richard Klingholz. THE STATE OF WISCONSIN. To the above named Defendants. You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint of Luther Dana, plaintiff, which was on the 22nd day of August, 1859, filed in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for the County of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, and to serve a copy of your answer on the subscriber at Manitowoc, Wisconsin, within twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and if you fail to answer said complaint as hereby required, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complaint. GEO. N. WOODIN, Pl'iffs Atty. Manitowoc, September 5, 1859 The Manitowoc Pilot, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, October 14, 1859 P. 4


COLE, JOHN Cole, John (Arthur Hermann) Forged a check from J.H. Bertrand State of Wis. yr. 1905; #556; CF72


COLE, NATHAN Cole, Nathan (St. Wis.) vs Drucks, Ferd. Stealing timber yr. 1871; CX2685; CF19


COLE, NATHAN Cole, Nathan Plaintiff Dunks, Franz, Defendant Case declared no suit and plntif ordered to pay dfndt's expenses yr. 1871; #2179; CF16


COLE, R.W. Biever, John vs Pease, E.O. & R.W. Cole Obstructing a highway daughter Magalehn Biever 16 yrs. old yr. 1873; CX 2513; CF 18


COLE, R.W. Cole, R.W. See William Foss et al #359


COLE, R.W. Cole, R.W. (wife Harriet S.) (see Emerson vs Pease) yr. 1885; #1466; CF40


COLE, R.W. Emerson, Lyman vs. Pease, Erastus et al. et al = J. Neuman; Ruth Pease, wife of E.D. Pease; Cole, R.W.; Harriet S. Cole wife of R.W. Cole; August Neuman; Sarah & Edith Pellett infants (guard. Geo. Cooper) [Mtg. assigned from Mary Arnold to Niles J. Gilbert]; Louisa, Elizabeth, Magdalena, Joseph & Edward Kirscher - infants-reside with Anna Kirscher, their mother & guardian. Anna Kirscher, Chas. Steinbrecker & Mary M.; Julius Neuman & wf Margaret Neuman; Valentin Neuman yr. 1885; #1466; CF40


COLE, R.W. CIRCUIT COURT NTOES. The criminal calendar was set for yesterday. W.R. Kimball again occupies the reporter's desk. Promptness and punctuality do not seem to be characteristics of Manitowoc attorneys. W.J. Turner, now of Milwaukee, came down to attend to his numerous cases in court here. Court opened on Tuesday, June 6th, Judge N.S. Gilson, presiding. His honor keeps up his habit of promptness and hard work. Joshua Stark, one of Milwaukee's veteran lawyers, came down as attorney for the defense in the case of Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. J. Wahlaeger, Secretary of the Concordia Fire Ins. Co., of Milwaukee was in court, being interested in some of the cases. John Robinson, of Kossuth, made his appearance in the court room on Thursday and shook hands with his honor, the judge. The jurors have a fine time, when not on duty, lounging in the court house park, which Sheriff Murphy keeps in excellent condition. Henry Levenhagen and Dennis Shanahan are the accommodating attendants, and they make the jurors feel at home. It was found necessary to order a special venire of eight men, and the following names were retained as such jurors: Hm. Martins, John Comer, Mich. Ripplinger, Hugh Gillet, Wm. Bach, J.P. Wickert, Wm. Groll, John Bolen. The following cases have been disposed of up to date: The board of supervisors of Brown Co., vs. John Shoemaker and Chr. Schwarts. Leave granted to file supplementary answer. Christian Koch vs. Fred Carus et al. Judgment of foreclosure. Amund Oleson vs. Louis Mendlik et al. Jury, consisting of the following, drawn and sworn: A. Dittmar, Math. Kavenagh, C.W. Behuke, H. Horstman, James Ready, Chas. Jenkins, Pet. Wagner, Ferd. Ree, E.N. Haynes, Hy Gries, O. Fennigan, Wm. Luebke. After trial, they returned a verdict that "the plaintiff released the defendant Louis Mendlick from his obligation to pay the one thousand dollars note, described in the complaint." Weligt Clapp vs. Fred. Langenfeldt et al. Stipulation and order filed. George Bill vs. Anton Stoll: Motion for a non-suit granted. Jos. Fehrenbacher et al vs. John Schupp et al. Jury drawn, as follows: Chas. Jenkins, Fred, Below, R.W. Cole, Wm. Luebke, And. Kralick, Timothy Lavine, Jos. Vrany, Hm. Horstman, Eli. Cone, Peter Wagner, John Bull, Math. Kevenagh, Jury return special verdict; damage for plaintiff, one dollar. Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. Jury drawn es (sic) follows: Jac. Grimm, John Jan, John Lucckow (sic), Hugh Gillet, Wm. Groll, H. Loeh, Msch. Ripplinger, Moritz Kiel, John Comer, H. Gries, Alb. Dittmar, Owen Pinegan. Special verdict returned, favorable to plaintiff. Motion made for a new trial. Stay of proceedings for a new trial. Math. Stauet vs. C.W. Birdsail et al. suit granted as to defendants. Hanson & Scove. Mary Pope et al vs. John Nenahlo, affidavit of death of defendant filed. Order revising and continuing suit against administrator. C.W. White vs. G.A. Forrest. Report of Receiver filed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, June 13, 1882 P. 1


COLEMAN, (NO NAME) Coleman vs Durgen yr. 1854; #201; CF2


COLEMAN, JOHN Coleman, John vs Ezra Durgin et al yr. 1859; X1607; CF13


COLEMAN, JOHN Cloges, Edwin D. (John Coleman vs) yr. 1859; X1607; CF13


COLIN, (NO NAME) CF29 661 Barnes - Alston 1876 CF30 686 Bruss 1876 CF29 661 Colin Keir 675 Mendlik 1876 CF43 1670 Noble 1887


COLIN, (NO NAME) Jones - Colin yr. 1876; #661; CF 29


COLIN, (NO NAME) CF29 #661 Colin Barnes 1876 Dumke/Duhmke Jones Laughlin Mendlik Mulholland


COLLETTE, HENRY Collette, Henry v.s. Meed, J.H. yr. 1886; Box C.F.21


COLLINS, G.B. Collins, G.B. (St. of Wis. vs D. Easton) yr. 1861; CX2704; CF20


COLLINS, G.B. Easton, D. (dft.) (St. of Wis vs.) Sewall W. Smith; wife Mary A. Smith. - adultery with dft. Mrs. Barnes; Barnes, C.C.; Edwards, Miss Jane; Thomas, Joseph W.; Chamberlin, Wm. H.; Collins. G.B.; Emery, G.W.; Lyon, Walter; Lynch, Wm.; Shove, T.C.; yr. 1861; CS2704; CF20


COLLINS, G.B. SHERIFF'S SALE-State of Wisconsin, Circuit Court, Manitowoc County. Daniel Strong, against Charles H. Walker, Ellen M. Walker his wife, G.B. Collins, Joseph Vilas Jr. & Temple Clark, Judgement of Foreclosure and Sale. In virtue of and pursuant to a Judgment rendered in said Court in the above entilted action, dated November 1st 1858, I shall expose for sale and sell at Public Auction, at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc, on Tuesday the 24th day of May 1859, at the hour of 10 A.M. of that day, the following described mortgaged premises or so much thereof as may be neccessary to raise the amount of said judgement interests and cost together with expenses of sale to-wit: All those lands in Manitowoc county and State of Wisconsin known and describe as nine acres and eight hundred BORCHERand ninetyone thousandths of an acre (9 890-1000) situated and being an undivided interest in the two east fractions of section No. thirty (30) lot No. five (5) of section number nineteen (19) and in the west half of the south west quarter of section number twenty (20) all in township No. nineteen (19) north of range no. twentyfour (24) east. Dated Sheriff's Office Manitowoc Wis. November 20th 1858 ORTON, HOPKINS & FIRMIN, Atty for Plff. T.A.H. EDWARDS, Sheriff. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Tuesday, January 4, 1859 P. 4


COLLINS, GIDEON B. Jondrim Brockholtz etal (Gideon B. Collins etal vs) yr. 1861; X1683; CF 13


COLLINS, GIDEON B. Brockholtz, Wm. (Gideon B. Collins etal vs) yr. 1861; X1683; CF 13


COLLINS, GIDEON B. Brockholz, William etal (Collins, Gideon B. etal vs) yr. 1861; X1668; CF 13


COLLINS, GIDEON B. Brown, Oliver L. Plaintiff Collins, Gideon B.; Halverson, Jacob; Wellington, Benjamin Defendants Plntf seeks to stop a sieze order for plntfs property instituted by defndts who contend that plntf intends to dispose of his property to defraud defndts, his debtors. yr. 1861; #1744; Box CF 14 FLB


COLLINS, GIDEON B. NOTICE. All persons interested will please take notice of the following order of the Circuit Court in and for the County of Manitowoc. H.S. PIERPONT, Receiver. Dated July 23, 1862. CIRCUIT COURT---MANITOWOC COUNTY. SPECIAL TERM. Theron R. Butler, and others, vs. Obadiah H. Platt, George Rice, Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Halverson, Benjamin Wellington, Henry W. Wellington, others. On reading and filing notice of motion for a Receiver and pleadings in this action, and after hearing George Reed, Attorney for the Plaintiffs, and Finch, Lynde & Miller, Attorneys for Henry W. Wellington, and William M. Nichols, Attorney for Collins, Halverson and Benjamin Wellington, and no one appearing for George Rice and other defendants in this action. It is Ordered that Henry S. Pierpont of the county of Manitowoc, be and he hereby is appointed, Receiver of all the property, rights, credis, money, choses in action and effects of the defendant, Obadiah H. Platt, in the hands of the defendants, or either of them, as mentioned in the complaint in this action; that said Receiver on giving and filing bond in the some of five thousand dollars with one or more sureties, who shall duly justify that they are worth that sum in property not exempt by law from execution, conditioned for the faithful performance of his duties as such Receiver, shall be vested with all his rights and powers as such Receiver, without the further order of this Court; that on giving and filing such bond the said Receiver shall take, receive and hold all the personal property and effects, notes, accounts, things in action, mortgages, certificates, and rights and credits transferred to the defendant Rice, by the said Platt, as set forth in said complaint, and all the property and effects, notes accounts, things in action, mortgages, bonds and securities, and credits transferred by him, the said Platt, to the defendants Gideon B. Collins and Jacob Halverson, as mentioned and set forth in said complaint, and in the hands or under the control of the said Collins and Halverson, and Benjamin Wellington, or either of them at the time of the service of garnishee process upon them, mentioned in said complaint, and the property and effects which came into the hands of the defendant, Henry W. Wellington, and the other defendants for whom he acted as Agent, belonging to the said Platt and which came into his or their hands after the issuing of the said writs of attachment as mentioned in said complaint, except that the said Henry W. Wellington and the other said defendants for whom he so acted as Agent as mentioned in said complaint, shall execute and deliver to the said Receiver a good and sufficient bond in the sum of one thousand dollars with sufficient resident sureties to be approved by said Receiver, to account for and pay over to him all the proceeds arising from the sale of said property and effects as herein ordered. And it is Ordered, That the said Rice deliver over to the said Receiver the possession of the real estate, all the property and effects, notes, accounts, things in action, mortgages; certificates, and rights and credits of said Platt so transferred to him as set forth in said complaint; that the said Collins, Halverson and Benjamin Wellington deliver over to the said Receiver all the property and effects transferred to them by the said Platt, and remaining in their hands at the time of the service of the garnishee process upon them as mentioned in said complaint, and all the money or property which they may have received for and in exchange of said property, or any portion thereof, since the time of the service of said garnishee notice; that said Henry W. Wellington and the other said defendants, for whom he acts a Agent, as stated in said complaint, deliver over said property and effects, and the money or other thing received on the sale of or in exchange for any portion thereof since the same came into his or their hands as stated in said complaint, or enter into and deliver to said Receiver the bond for the sum and upon the conditions above stated. And it is Ordered, That the said Rice, Collins, Halverson and Benjamin Wellington deliver to the said Receiver inventories of the said property and effects which they and each of them are herein required to deliver to said Receiver, and that the said Benjamin Wellington, Agent of the said Henry W. Wellington, deliver to said Receiver an inventory of the property and effects which came into the hands of the said Henry W. Wellington and the other said defendants, for whom he so acted as Agent, as mentioned in said complaint; that such inventories be each verified by the oath of the party signing and delivering the same, as above ordered, that the same are correct and true. And it is also Orderd, That the Receiver shall have power and authority to sue for and collect any of the said debts, demands and rents belonging to the said defandant, Platt, which may come into his hands or may be delivered to him by the said defendants, or either of them, and to compromise and settle such as are unsafe or of a doubtful character, with the consent of the parties interested in the funds in his hands, and the tenants of such real estate of the defendant, Platt, as was transferred to the said Rice, as mentioned and set forth in said complaint, are to attorney of such tenants attorney and pay rents to him; and such Receiver is hereby permitted to make leases from time to time, as may be necessary, of any such real estate for a term not exeeding one year. And it is Ordered, That all persons indebted on any note, bond, mortgage, account or other security given to the said Platt, and so transferred by him to the said Rice, Collins and Halverson or either of them, pay the same to the said Receiver; and that every person having in his hands or under his control any of the said personal property or effects, notes, bonds, mortgages, so transferred and assigned to them, or either of them, by and so belonging to the said Platt, as stated in said complaint, deliver over the same to the said Receiver. And it is Ordered, That the said Receiver may retain out of the moneys in his hands a sufficient amount to pay all necessary and proper disbursements made in and about the management of the matters pertaining to his Receivership, and shall keep and hold the property and effects, and moneys which shall come into his hands and under his control, subject to the order and control of this Court, and may be compelled to account at any time, under the rules and practice of this Court. An it is further Ordered, That the injunction in this case heretofore allowed, be continued as to the said defendants in full force, except as to the said defendant, Henry W. Wellington, and as to him the same is so modified that the said defendant, on entering into a good and sufficient bond in the sum of one thousand dollars, to be approved by H.S. Pierpont, County Judge of said County, conditioned to pay to the said Receiver all moneys which have or may come into his hands as stated in said complaint, and fully and truly account for the same, he may sell and dispose of said property and effects at the value thereof. Dated July 10th, 1862 BY THE COURT, DAVID TAYLOR, JUDGE GEOR. REED, Plaintiffs' Attorney. The Manitowoc Pilot, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, October 24, 1862 P. 4


COLLINS, GIDEON B. Collins, Gideon B. & Collins, Rachael P. his wife see D.J. Easton #290 yr. 1873; #290; CF25


COLLINS, GIDEON B. Collins, Gideon B. & Collins, Rachael yr. 1864; #1822; Box C.F.44


COLLINS, GIDEON B. Collins, Gideon B. et al vs Ole Swenson yr. 1860; X1669; CF13


COLLINS, GIDEON B. Collins, Gideon B.; Holverson, Jacob; Wellington, Benjamin Plaintiffs DBA Collins & Co. Brown, Oliver S. Defendant Dfndt purchased goods from Plntf for resale over a period of time. Dfndt repaid part of debt by sawing logs. Plntf would like the balance of 453.09. yr. 1861; #2168; Box CF16


COLLINS, GIDEON B. Collins, Gideon B. et al vs The Schooner Gertrude yr. 1862; X792; CF7


COLLINS, GIDEON B. Collins, Gideon B.; Halverson, Jacob; Platt, O.H. defendants Stedman, George S. Plaintiff. Collins & Halverson, DBA Collins & CO sold a note by O.H. Platt amt 121.95 collectible at office of Rattleboro & CO Albany are sued when Platt, who is not a resident of the state defaults on payment. yr. 1860; #2055; Box CF15


COLLINS, GIDION B. Collins, Gidion B. see Pierpont, Henry S. (St. of Wis) CX2477


COLLINS, GIDEON B. SHERIFF'S SALE. STATE OF WISCONSIN, Manitowoc County Circuit Court. Samuel F. Pratt, Pascal P. Pratt, and Edwin Beals, Plaintiffs, vs Obadiah H. Platt, Geo. Rice, Samuel Hale, John V. Ayer, Joseph J. Whiting, Obarics W. Galloupe, James W. Bless, Albert T. Whiting, Otis H. Price, J??nes McKenna, Albert J. Sanborn, August L. Sanborn, Gideon B. Collins, and Jacob Halverson, Defendants. BY virtue of a Judgment of foreclosure rendered by the Circuit Court in and for the County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, in the above entitled action on the 30th day of April, A.D. 1862, I will sell at Public Venue to the highest bidder at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc, in said county on Saturday the 21st day of June, A.D. 1862, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, the following described property or so much thereof as will raise the amount of said Judgment and costs, to-wit: Lot number fourteen (14), in block number one hundred and seventeen (117), in the village and county of Manitowoc; also all defendants (Obediah H. Platt,) interest in the north west quarter of section number twenty-eight (28) in township number twenty (20), north of range number twenty-two (22), east; containing one hundred and sixty acres of land more or less, all in the County of Manitowoc, and State of Wisconsin. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff. J.D. MARKHAM, Att'y, for Pltff's. Dated Sheriff's Office, May 8th 1862. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, October 22, 1862 P. 4


COLLINS, J. Collins, J. T.C. Shoves Banking Co. Manitowoc, Wis yr. 1892; #855; Box C.F. 21


COLLINS, RACHAEL P. Collins, Gideon B. & Collins, Rachael P. his wife see D.J. Easton #290 yr. 1873; #290; CF25


COLLINS, RACHAEL P. Collins, Gideon B. & Collins, Rachael yr. 1864; #1822; Box C.F.44


COLLINS, RICHARD Sheriff's Sale. Manitowoc County-ss By virtue of an Execution issued out of and under the seal of the Circuit court for Manitowoc County, and to me directed and delivered against the goods, chattels, and real estate of Richard Collins-I have levied upon and shall expose for sale at public vendue, and sell to the highest bidder, at the office of Warren & Parrish, in the village of Manitowoc on Monday, the 30th day of June next ensuing, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, the following described real estate, to-wit: The east half of the north-west quarter of section No. four (4) in township No. twenty (20) of range No. twenty-two (22) east, in the County of Manitowoc containing eighty (80) acres, according to Government Survey, to satisfy said execution, costs and interest. F.W. ADAMS, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Manitowoc May 12, A.D. 1856 Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, May 15, 1856 P. 5


COLZHAUSEN, F.W. Altmann, Carl F. etal; Theodore C. Shove; William Tisch; Boy Soenkson - (Colzhausen, F.W. vs) Foreclosure yr.1876; #490 #527; CF27


COMER, JOHN Comer, John (Savage, Hugh vs State of Wis.) Financial dispute & perjury yr. 1867; CX2260; CF17


COMER, JOHN CIRCUIT COURT NTOES. The criminal calendar was set for yesterday. W.R. Kimball again occupies the reporter's desk. Promptness and punctuality do not seem to be characteristics of Manitowoc attorneys. W.J. Turner, now of Milwaukee, came down to attend to his numerous cases in court here. Court opened on Tuesday, June 6th, Judge N.S. Gilson, presiding. His honor keeps up his habit of promptness and hard work. Joshua Stark, one of Milwaukee's veteran lawyers, came down as attorney for the defense in the case of Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. J. Wahlaeger, Secretary of the Concordia Fire Ins. Co., of Milwaukee was in court, being interested in some of the cases. John Robinson, of Kossuth, made his appearance in the court room on Thursday and shook hands with his honor, the judge. The jurors have a fine time, when not on duty, lounging in the court house park, which Sheriff Murphy keeps in excellent condition. Henry Levenhagen and Dennis Shanahan are the accommodating attendants, and they make the jurors feel at home. It was found necessary to order a special venire of eight men, and the following names were retained as such jurors: Hm. Martins, John Comer, Mich. Ripplinger, Hugh Gillet, Wm. Bach, J.P. Wickert, Wm. Groll, John Bolen. The following cases have been disposed of up to date: The board of supervisors of Brown Co., vs. John Shoemaker and Chr. Schwarts. Leave granted to file supplementary answer. Christian Koch vs. Fred Carus et al. Judgment of foreclosure. Amund Oleson vs. Louis Mendlik et al. Jury, consisting of the following, drawn and sworn: A. Dittmar, Math. Kavenagh, C.W. Behuke, H. Horstman, James Ready, Chas. Jenkins, Pet. Wagner, Ferd. Ree, E.N. Haynes, Hy Gries, O. Fennigan, Wm. Luebke. After trial, they returned a verdict that "the plaintiff released the defendant Louis Mendlick from his obligation to pay the one thousand dollars note, described in the complaint." Weligt Clapp vs. Fred. Langenfeldt et al. Stipulation and order filed. George Bill vs. Anton Stoll: Motion for a non-suit granted. Jos. Fehrenbacher et al vs. John Schupp et al. Jury drawn, as follows: Chas. Jenkins, Fred, Below, R.W. Cole, Wm. Luebke, And. Kralick, Timothy Lavine, Jos. Vrany, Hm. Horstman, Eli. Cone, Peter Wagner, John Bull, Math. Kevenagh, Jury return special verdict; damage for plaintiff, one dollar. Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. Jury drawn es (sic) follows: Jac. Grimm, John Jan, John Lucckow (sic), Hugh Gillet, Wm. Groll, H. Loeh, Msch. Ripplinger, Moritz Kiel, John Comer, H. Gries, Alb. Dittmar, Owen Pinegan. Special verdict returned, favorable to plaintiff. Motion made for a new trial. Stay of proceedings for a new trial. Math. Stauet vs. C.W. Birdsail et al. suit granted as to defendants. Hanson & Scove. Mary Pope et al vs. John Nenahlo, affidavit of death of defendant filed. Order revising and continuing suit against administrator. C.W. White vs. G.A. Forrest. Report of Receiver filed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, June 13, 1882 P. 1


COMER, JOHN CIRCUIT COURT NTOES. The criminal calendar was set for yesterday. W.R. Kimball again occupies the reporter's desk. Promptness and punctuality do not seem to be characteristics of Manitowoc attorneys. W.J. Turner, now of Milwaukee, came down to attend to his numerous cases in court here. Court opened on Tuesday, June 6th, Judge N.S. Gilson, presiding. His honor keeps up his habit of promptness and hard work. Joshua Stark, one of Milwaukee's veteran lawyers, came down as attorney for the defense in the case of Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. J. Wahlaeger, Secretary of the Concordia Fire Ins. Co., of Milwaukee was in court, being interested in some of the cases. John Robinson, of Kossuth, made his appearance in the court room on Thursday and shook hands with his honor, the judge. The jurors have a fine time, when not on duty, lounging in the court house park, which Sheriff Murphy keeps in excellent condition. Henry Levenhagen and Dennis Shanahan are the accommodating attendants, and they make the jurors feel at home. It was found necessary to order a special venire of eight men, and the following names were retained as such jurors: Hm. Martins, John Comer, Mich. Ripplinger, Hugh Gillet, Wm. Bach, J.P. Wickert, Wm. Groll, John Bolen. The following cases have been disposed of up to date: The board of supervisors of Brown Co., vs. John Shoemaker and Chr. Schwarts. Leave granted to file supplementary answer. Christian Koch vs. Fred Carus et al. Judgment of foreclosure. Amund Oleson vs. Louis Mendlik et al. Jury, consisting of the following, drawn and sworn: A. Dittmar, Math. Kavenagh, C.W. Behuke, H. Horstman, James Ready, Chas. Jenkins, Pet. Wagner, Ferd. Ree, E.N. Haynes, Hy Gries, O. Fennigan, Wm. Luebke. After trial, they returned a verdict that "the plaintiff released the defendant Louis Mendlick from his obligation to pay the one thousand dollars note, described in the complaint." Weligt Clapp vs. Fred. Langenfeldt et al. Stipulation and order filed. George Bill vs. Anton Stoll: Motion for a non-suit granted. Jos. Fehrenbacher et al vs. John Schupp et al. Jury drawn, as follows: Chas. Jenkins, Fred, Below, R.W. Cole, Wm. Luebke, And. Kralick, Timothy Lavine, Jos. Vrany, Hm. Horstman, Eli. Cone, Peter Wagner, John Bull, Math. Kevenagh, Jury return special verdict; damage for plaintiff, one dollar. Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. Jury drawn es (sic) follows: Jac. Grimm, John Jan, John Lucckow (sic), Hugh Gillet, Wm. Groll, H. Loeh, Msch. Ripplinger, Moritz Kiel, John Comer, H. Gries, Alb. Dittmar, Owen Pinegan. Special verdict returned, favorable to plaintiff. Motion made for a new trial. Stay of proceedings for a new trial. Math. Stauet vs. C.W. Birdsail et al. suit granted as to defendants. Hanson & Scove. Mary Pope et al vs. John Nenahlo, affidavit of death of defendant filed. Order revising and continuing suit against administrator. C.W. White vs. G.A. Forrest. Report of Receiver filed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, June 13, 1882 P. 1


COMER, PETER Comer, Peter vs Lyons, Patrick H. Promissory note yr. 1885; #1490; CF40


COMER, PETER Comer, Peter (McNulty, James vs) State of Wisconsin assault yr. 1859; #CX2252; CF17


COMER, PETER Comer, Peter Defend McNulty, James Plaint Plaintiff sued for damages after being struck repeatedly with a club by defendant, damages awarded 20.00. Defend filed appeal yr. 1869; #Case 1912; Box CF14


COMMINGS, FREDERICK Commings, Frederick vs Wieboldt, P.W. Financial dispute yr. 1881; #1208; CF37; NL


CONAN, MARY Conan, Mary et al (Shea, Mary vs)(State of Wis) Assault & beat yr. 1866; CX2240; CF17


CONE, BRIDGET Cone, Bridget or (Cohen) See Doyle, Catherine #3344 Long, Margaret (her mother)


CONE, CHAUNCY Cone, Chauncy vs Mil. L.S. & West RR Co. Jury list. Ptf. employee of deft. as rear brakeman on freight train. R.R. accident in city of Appleton. yr. 1865; #1433 CF40


CONE, ELI. CIRCUIT COURT NTOES. The criminal calendar was set for yesterday. W.R. Kimball again occupies the reporter's desk. Promptness and punctuality do not seem to be characteristics of Manitowoc attorneys. W.J. Turner, now of Milwaukee, came down to attend to his numerous cases in court here. Court opened on Tuesday, June 6th, Judge N.S. Gilson, presiding. His honor keeps up his habit of promptness and hard work. Joshua Stark, one of Milwaukee's veteran lawyers, came down as attorney for the defense in the case of Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. J. Wahlaeger, Secretary of the Concordia Fire Ins. Co., of Milwaukee was in court, being interested in some of the cases. John Robinson, of Kossuth, made his appearance in the court room on Thursday and shook hands with his honor, the judge. The jurors have a fine time, when not on duty, lounging in the court house park, which Sheriff Murphy keeps in excellent condition. Henry Levenhagen and Dennis Shanahan are the accommodating attendants, and they make the jurors feel at home. It was found necessary to order a special venire of eight men, and the following names were retained as such jurors: Hm. Martins, John Comer, Mich. Ripplinger, Hugh Gillet, Wm. Bach, J.P. Wickert, Wm. Groll, John Bolen. The following cases have been disposed of up to date: The board of supervisors of Brown Co., vs. John Shoemaker and Chr. Schwarts. Leave granted to file supplementary answer. Christian Koch vs. Fred Carus et al. Judgment of foreclosure. Amund Oleson vs. Louis Mendlik et al. Jury, consisting of the following, drawn and sworn: A. Dittmar, Math. Kavenagh, C.W. Behuke, H. Horstman, James Ready, Chas. Jenkins, Pet. Wagner, Ferd. Ree, E.N. Haynes, Hy Gries, O. Fennigan, Wm. Luebke. After trial, they returned a verdict that "the plaintiff released the defendant Louis Mendlick from his obligation to pay the one thousand dollars note, described in the complaint." Weligt Clapp vs. Fred. Langenfeldt et al. Stipulation and order filed. George Bill vs. Anton Stoll: Motion for a non-suit granted. Jos. Fehrenbacher et al vs. John Schupp et al. Jury drawn, as follows: Chas. Jenkins, Fred, Below, R.W. Cole, Wm. Luebke, And. Kralick, Timothy Lavine, Jos. Vrany, Hm. Horstman, Eli. Cone, Peter Wagner, John Bull, Math. Kevenagh, Jury return special verdict; damage for plaintiff, one dollar. Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. Jury drawn es (sic) follows: Jac. Grimm, John Jan, John Lucckow (sic), Hugh Gillet, Wm. Groll, H. Loeh, Msch. Ripplinger, Moritz Kiel, John Comer, H. Gries, Alb. Dittmar, Owen Pinegan. Special verdict returned, favorable to plaintiff. Motion made for a new trial. Stay of proceedings for a new trial. Math. Stauet vs. C.W. Birdsail et al. suit granted as to defendants. Hanson & Scove. Mary Pope et al vs. John Nenahlo, affidavit of death of defendant filed. Order revising and continuing suit against administrator. C.W. White vs. G.A. Forrest. Report of Receiver filed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, June 13, 1882 P. 1


CONINE, JOHN H. Conine, John H., et al Def: yr. 1857-1903; #2934; CF63


CONLAN, CATHERINE Barnes, J.W. vs Noonan, M. etal (Morris, -Fr. Cato) Bridget Noonan, his wife loan & mtg E/2 SE/4 S5 T19R32 also mentioned - Michael Conlan, Catherine Conlan, his wife yr. 1887; #1606; CF 42


CONLAN, MICHAEL Barnes, John W. vs Noonan, M. etal (Morris, -Fr. Cato) Bridget Noonan, his wife loan & mtg E/2 SE/4 S5 T19R32 also mentioned - Michael Conlan, Catherine Conlan, his wife yr. 1887; #1606; CF 42


CONLEY, D.S. Bush, J.W. Defendant State of Wisconsin Plaintiff dfndt is accused of stealing three harnesses from D.S. Conley in the village of Manitowoc, packing the harnesses and trying to ship them to Milwaukee via Goodrich Transportation Co. Justice court found sufficient evidence and dfndt is remanded to circuit court for trial. yr. 1875; #2013; Box CF 15 FLB


CONNEL, (NO NAME) Connel - Hanson yr. 1887; #1660; CF43


CONNEL, JOHN Connel, John Deft. Hauson (sic), Andrew Pltf. Promissary Note S. of W. yr. 1887; #1660; CF43 Should be Hanson


CONNELL, JAMES Bohn Manufacturing Company, a foreign corporation vs Reif, Anton E.; Reif, Lewis C.; Kiel, Henry; Stamback, Mathas(sic) & Nikolai, Peter; Hamacheck, Julius To recover balance of payment on promissory note (went to Supreme Court) re lumber & purchase of a mill - Mellen, Wis. Plummer, Wis. - inventory p. 107 (117?)-n4(n9?) Bills of sale #932a & 1051 are included in the documents & various spellings (other side of card) Cross references made Reif Lumber & Mfg Co; Rogan, John R.; Seeger, John A.; Krainik, John; Munch, Emil C.; Bohn, Gebhardt; Bohn, George W. (Jury) Daleiden, Peter; Cummings, Wm.; Connell, James; Martens, Henry; Sullivan, James; Stephani, Charles; Schreihart, J.P.; Duecker, C.A.; Judge, John; Gustaveson, Herman; Bagignich(?), Fred; Connell James Connell, James (jury member) see Bohn Manufacturing Co. yr. 1901-1903 & 1905; #3770; HCF67


CONNELL, JAMES N. Connell, James N. vs Lee Jacob & wife Elizabeth & Lee James Promissary Note yr. 1889; #1850; CF45


CONNELL, JOHN D. Keating, Wm., Delia & Margaret (see Connell, John D.) Margaret Sullivan grandmother to Delia & Margaret When their mother died they were taken to St. Rose Orphan Asylum in Milwaukee. Father came and took them to State of Wash. Cannot be found in Wis. now. yr. 1914; #3935; CF 63


CONNELL JOHN D. Connell, John D. vs. Sullivan, Margaret et al et al=John Sullivan; Thos. Sullivan; Wm., Delia, & Margaret Keating could not be found in State of Wis.Test. Daniel Murray, brother of John Sullivan. John res. Fairburn, Custer Co. S. Dak. last 12 yrs. lists sisters & brothers & res. Ptk. & Marg. Sullivan to St. Naz. Relig. Assn. yr. 1914; $3935; CF63


CONNER, PETER Conner, Peter see Franz Schnorr #1547


CONNER, PETER Conner, Peter see Margaret Bolen #1546


CONNORS, ELIZABETH Connors, Elizabeth vs Connors, William Devorce (sic) support money for son Laurence. yr. Feb. 14, 1895; #3050; CF51


CONNORS, JOHN Augustine, Anton State of Wis. vs West, Dan; Riley, John; Blahl, John; Nieeum, Zick & Connors, John Stole shoes from Augustine Shoe store & Shop yr. 1902; Case no. 357; Box No. C.F. 72


CONNORS, LAURENCE Connors, Elizabeth vs Connors, William Devorce (sic) support money for son Laurence. yr. Feb. 14, 1895; #3050; CF51


CONNORS, WILLIAM Connors, Elizabeth vs Connors, William Devorce (sic) support money for son Laurence. yr. Feb. 14, 1895; #3050; CF51


CONOVER, S.H. Conover, S.H. vs Mahnke, E. et al dispute over non-delivery of cheese yr. 1886; #1431; CF40


CONPETZKY, FRANK Conpetzky, Frank (Kuba, Mary (State of Wis) vs) Fathering her child yr. 1884; #58; CF68


CONRAD, CHARLES F. Conrad, Charles F. see Solomon, Ernest X2377


CONRAD, CHARLES F. Conrad, Charles F. see Solomon, Ernest et al X2396


CONRAD, ERNST Conrad, Ernst vs Martin, William Entered the T.R. Mfg. Co. State of Wis. yr. 1905; #378; CF72


CONRAD, FRITZ COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. Smart, J. June, 1882.-In re estate of Fritz Conrad, deceased; order entered to hear petition for administration. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, July 11, 1882 P. 4


CONROE J.W. Conroe, J.W. see William Mueller #1489


CONROE, JACOB W. Conroe, Jacob W. Plaintiff Klingholz, Richard Defendant Mahler, Jacob; Wendt, Charles; S.H. Thurber; James Mead, co-defeddants (sic) Conroe sold 160 acres in what is now the western part of the city of Manitowoc. Klingholz, the purchaser gave seller 4 note of $1,000 each. Klingholz paid off the first one but defaulted on the rest. this is an action of foreclosure. yr. 1862; #2164; CF16


CONROE, JOHN G. Conroe, John G. Plaintiff Owen, John J.; Owen, James; Sprague, James M. Defendants DBA John J. Owen & Co. Dfndts signed a note 8 months 180.26 7% payable at Albany City Bank, New York yr. 1865; #2170; CF16


CONRY, JAMES Conry, James - First National Bank vs recover money yr. 1878/79; #978; CF33


CONTINENTAL FIRE INS. CO. Continental Fire Ins. Co. see Pankratz, George vs Mikesh, Anna et al X2381


CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO Continental Insurance Co (Def) vs W.D. Richards, assignee The Manitowoc Manufacturing Co (Pl) yr. 1892; #2232; CF49


Converse, William P. Converse, William P. see Thorp, Elihu S. X2321


CONVERSE, WM. P. Converse, Wm. P. (Sandford, Benjamin E. & Van Dorsten, Henry) Foreclosure yr. 1860; X2212; CF17


CONWAY, (NO NAME) Conway Continental Life Insurance Company yr. 1887; #1675; CF43


CONWAY, (NO NAME) Conway - Popper yr. 1876; #639; CF29


CONWAY, ANNIE E. Conway, Edward & Conway, Annie E. (National Bank Manitowoc Wis plaintiff) yr. 1889; #1920; CF45


CONWAY, BRIDGET Conway, Bridget Proof of Claim. yr. 1893; #613, #614; CF65


CONWAY, E. Conway, E. Def. - Popper, Seford Ptfl.(sic) Money settlement. L. Shattuck was in partnership with Seford Popper yr. 1876; #639; CF29


Conway, Edward Conway, Edward see Fuchs, Maria #462


Conway, Edward Conway, Edward vs Continental Life Ins. Co. Insurance Settlement. yr. 1887; #1675; CF43


Conway, Edward Conway, Edward & Conway, Annie E. (National Bank Manitowoc Wis plaintiff) yr. 1889; #1920; CF45


Conway, Edward Conway, Edward vs. Golden, James yr. 1875; #572; CF28


CONWAY, LAWRENCE J. Conway, Lawrence J. (Elizabeth C. Van Walkenberg vs) did not quit premises when his lease was up yr. 1874; #365; CF25


CONYON, SORREL Conyon, Sorrel (State of Wis. vs.) Assault with intent to murder yr. 1862; CX2242; CF17


COOK, C. FOX Cook, C. Fox; Thomas, Timothy; Thomas, Madison; Thomas, James Defendants Thayer, John O. Plaintiff Thayer purchased a note signed by the Thomases in amt 75.00 from Cook. Note is now past due. yr. 1860; #2113; CF6


Cook, Lymna Kilgore, Mores Defendant Cook, Lymna and others of Port Washington Wi. Plaintiffs Plaintiffs seek judgement against dfndt $305.86 plus interest on an unpaid note yr. 1862; #2171; Box CF 16


COOLEY, FARWELL & CO. Bach, William Defendant - Cooley, Farwell & co. Plaintiffs Dfndt signed a promissory note for 108.78, Richard Klingholz guaranteed payment by endorsement. yr. 1859; #2165; Box CF 16 FLB


COOLEY, FARWELL & CO Cooley, Francis B.; Farwell, John V.; Wadsworth, Elisha S. Plaintifs DBA Cooley, Farwell & Co. Bach, William Defendant Dfndt signed a promissory note for 108.78 Richard Klingholz guaranteed payment by endorsement. yr. 1859; #2165; CF16


Cooley, Francis B. Cooley, Francis B.; Farwell, John V.; Wadsworth, Elisha S. Plaintifs DBA Cooley, Farwell & Co. Bach, William Defendant Dfndt signed a promissory note for 108.78 Richard Klingholz guaranteed payment by endorsement. yr. 1859; #2165; CF16


COOLEY, FRANCIS B. Cooley, Francis B. et al vs Curran, David E. yr. 1857; X1679; CF13


COON, C.S. Justice Court, MANITOWOC COUNTY, TOWN OF MANITOWOC To C. S. Coon. You are hereby notified that a writ of atttachment has been issued against you and your property attached to satisfy the demand of Samuel Mann amounting to Forty five Dollars. Now unless you shall appear before Charles A. Reuter a Justice in and for said County at his office in said town on the 29th day of March A.D. 1855 at 2 o'clock in the afternoon; Judgment will be rendered against you and your property sold to pay the debt. Dated of Manitowoc this 3d day of March A.D. 1855. SAMUEL MANN, Plaintiff. by L.T. Warren, Att'y Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, March 15, 1855 P. 3


COONAN, DENNIS Coonan, Dennis vs Jonah Richards yr. 1850; X1661; CF13


Cooney, Michael Cooney, Michael vs Chicago & NW RR Pltff was hit by runaway train & severely injured Case settled out of court yr. 1900; #3721; CF59


COOPER, (NO NAME) Cooper - Dumke/Duhmke - Kolwey yr. 1875; #660; CF29


COOPER, (NO NAME) Cooper (of Truman & Cooper) see Sherman, Eugene S. yr. 1890-1891; #2030; CF47


COOPER, GEO. Emerson, Lyman vs. Pease, Erastus et al. et al = J. Neuman; Ruth Pease, wife of E.D. Pease; Cole, R.W.; Harriet S. Cole wife of R.W. Cole; August Neuman; Sarah & Edith Pellett infants (guard. Geo. Cooper) [Mtg. assigned from Mary Arnold to Niles J. Gilbert]; Louisa, Elizabeth, Magdalena, Joseph & Edward Kirscher - infants-reside with Anna Kirscher, their mother & guardian. Anna Kirscher, Chas. Steinbrecker & Mary M.; Julius Neuman & wf Margaret Neuman; Valentin Neuman yr. 1885; #1466; CF40


COOPER, GEORGE Alston John vs Duhake, P.A.; Horton, Calvin J.; Kiel, Edward; & Alston, David. Cooper, George vs K?lnay, Heary; Dunke, August F.; Jones, George W.; Jones, Thomas W.; Jones, Benjamin,; Laughlin, Henry; Laughlin, James Jr.; Laughlin, James Sr.; Laughlin, George; Muehalland, Henry; Barnes, John W.; Mendlik, Henry Collect money from building material yr. 1877; case no. 675; case no. 660; case no. 661; Box no. CF 29


COOPER, GEORGE Jones, John J. vs. Cooper, George regarding partnership dissolution yr. 1878; #812; CF 31


COOPER, GEORGE Jones, Thomas M.; Jones, George W.; Jones, Benjamin; Laughlin, Henry; Laughlin, James Jr.; Laughlin, James Sr.; Laughlin, George; Barnes, John W.; Muehallane, Henry; Mendlik, Henry; Cooper, George vs. Duehike, A.F. & Kolway, Henry First National Bank Manitowoc Collection money from building material yr. 1877; #660; CF 29


COOPER, GEORGE Kolway, Henry, Dunke, F. August First National Bank of Manitowoc, Wis. Deft. Cooper, George Pltf. Jones, George W.; Jones, Thomas M.; Jones, Benjamin; Laughlin, Henry; Laughlin, James Jr.; Laughlin, James Sr.; Laughlin, George; Muehallano, Henry; Barnes, John W.; Mendlik, Henry Collect money from building material yr. 1877; #660, #661 & #675; CF 29


COOPER, GEORGE Cooper, George et al (Clara M. Fechter vs) Promissory Note yr. 1886; #1427; CF40


COOPER, GEORGE Cooper, George, vs Neuman, Julius et al guardian of Sarah Pellet, Ada Pellet, Edith Pellet, infants, minor children of Jane Pellet, deceased dispute over promisary note & mortgage yr. 1886; #1473; CF40


COOPER, GEORGE Cooper, George Petition to discharge a mortgage yr. 1893; #2273; CF50


COOPER, GEORGE Cooper, George (see Evans, E.W. #963)


COOPER, GEORGE Cooper, George (Jones, John V. vs) Regarding partnership dissolutiona yr. 1878; #812; CF31


COOPER, GEORGE (Cooper, George) T.C. Shoves Banking Co. Manitowoc, Wis. yr. 1892; #233; CF21


COOPER, GEORGE Cooper, George; Truman, Horatio; Hinton, Francis (Piening, Adolf as assignee T.C. Shove Banking Company vs) yr. 1892; #2149; CF48


COOPER, GEORGE Cooper, George (T.C. Shove vs) yr. 1893; #2150; CF48


COOPER, GEORGE Evans, E.W. (Ellesworth) vs Markham, Byron (George Cooper; John V. Jones; A.S. Bertie; Wm. Leich; Gunder Torrison; Oswald Torrison) Promissory note. yr. 1877; #763; CF31


COOPER, TAYLOR Cooper, Taylor see Delia Marlborough #1620


COOTWAY, TUFF Cootway, Tuff (Kummer, Gustave (State of Wis) vs) Assault & beat yr. 1885; #53; CF68


COOTWAY, TUFF Cootway, Tuff (State of Wis) v Meisnest, George Assault & battery yr. 1885; #55; CF68


COOTWAY, TUFF Cootway, Tuff testified in Stout vs. Birdsall, et al yr. 1882; #1202; CF36


CORD, HENRY P. (Cord, Henry P. & Babcock, Branton D. Clevland, Ohio) vs Richards, Jonah Promissory note yr. 1875; #418; CF26


CORDER, HENRY State of Wis By Henry Corder vs (Hunt, Andrew) Robery yr. 1901; #337; CF71


CORDES, (NO NAME) Cordes vs Johnson yr. 1857; #229; CF2


CORDES, HENRY State of Wis By Cordes, Henry vs (Ferris, George) Stole billfold yr. 1901; #331; CF71


CORDES, J. August Baensch - (J. Cordes etal) yr. 1862; X170; CF 7


CORDES, J.H. Cordes, J.H. & Co. vs F.F. Rabbus yr. 1879; #X1703; CF13


CORDES, JOSEPH H. Cordes, Joseph H. vs Ivahn Poenisch yr. 1859; #X1659; CF13


CORDES, JOSEPH H. Cordes, Joseph H. et al vs August Baensch et al yr. 1862; #X770; CF7


CORLEW, JAMES (First Publication March 7th, 1882.) IN PROBATE.-Manitowoc County Court. In the matter of the estate of Zeriah Sumner, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of James Corlew of said county, representing among other things that Zeriah Sumner, late of said county in the month of October, A.D. 1878, at Oshkosh, died intestate, leaving goods, chattels and estate within this State to be administered and that the said petitioner is a nephew by marriage and a creditor of said deceased, and praying that administration of said estate be to P. Jerome Pierce granted, it is ordered that said petition be heard before the Judge of this Court, on Tuesday, the 11th day of April, A.D., 1882, at 10 o'clock A.M., at my office in said county. Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to the heirs of said deceased, and to all persons interested, by publishing a copy of this order for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in the Lake Shore Times, a weekly newspaper published at Manitowoc in said county. R.D. Smart, County Judge. Dated at Manitowoc, the 28th day of February, A.D. 1882. H.G. & W.J. Turner, Attys. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, March 7, 1882 P.4


CORLEW, JAMES COUNTY COURT PRECEEDIGNS. Smart, J. Feb.28. In re estate of Zeriah Summer, deceased; petition entered by James Corlew, praying that P.J. Pierce be appointed administrator; order entered to hear petition April 11, 1882. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, March 7, 1882 P.4


CORLIEU, LEWIS Corlieu, Lewis (O. Torrison vs) yr. 1859; #X1467; CF12


CORNELL, SAMUEL M. SHERIFF'S SALE. CIRCUIT COURT-MANITOWOC CO. John W. Perigo, Wedward B. Bulkley (sic), George L. Bulkley and John G. Plimpton against Obadiah H. Platt. Samuel M. Cornell, Sidney Cornell, and Simon B. Carey against Obadiah H. Platt. Henry A. Huntington, Philip Wadsworth and Calvin C. Parks Jr., against Obediah H. Platt. Samuel C. Davis, Charles B. Sawyer and Nathan W. Perkins, against Obadiah H. Platt. Bethuel B. Vincent, John II. Vincent, William Himrod, David Himrod and David Shirk, against Obadiah H. Platt. BY VIRTUE of executions issued from said Court in the several above entitled actions, to me directed and delivered against the real property of the above named defendant, I shall on the executions issued in the two first above named actions, as therein directed, sell all the right, Title and interest which the said defendants had on the 21st day of October 1861, in and to the following described property, to wit: Ne qr of ne qr Sec 31, and se qr of the ne qr of Sec 25, and the nw qr of the nw qr of Sec 22, in T. 20, R. 22. Ne qr of the nw qr Sec 25, and the s1/2 of the n1/2 of Sec 28, and the ne qr of the nw qr Sec 30 all in T. 19, R. 22. Ne qr of ne qr Sec 11, and the w1/2 nw qr Sec 30, and the ne qr sec 31, all in T. 19, R.21. N1/2 of nw qr of sw qr sec 4, and the s1/2 of ne qr sec 4, and the w1/2 of se qr Sec 4, and the se qr of the ne qr of sec 18, T.19, R. 23. Nw qr sec 21, T. 21, R. 23; ne qr of swe qr sec 21, T. 21, R. 23: ne qr of sw gr sec 13, T. 20, R. 21; sw qr of ne qr of sec 25, T. 20, R. 22; e1/2 of sw qr and se qr of nw qr sec 19, T. 20, R. 24; swe qr sec 33, T. 18, R. 21; e1/2 of se qr and nw qr of se qr of sec. 33, T. 17, R. 23; ne qr of ne qr sec 7, T. 20, R. 24; ne qr of nw qr sec 10, T. 18, R. 23; also, undivided in a fractional qr of sec 1, T. 17, R 23, containing 19 85-100 acres; also, the undivided seven-eights and the undivided half of ne qr sec 11, T. 17, R. 23; se qr of ne qr sec 18, T. 19, R. 23; ne qr of ne qr and nw gr of ne gr and se qr of se qr of se 10, T. 20, R. 22. Lots 5 and 6 in Bl D, of Reed's Addition to the village of Manitowoc. Lots 12 e1/2 lot 3, all of 7 8 11 12 15 16 17 e1/2 of lot 18 bl 107; w 21 ft lot 2 e 37 ft bl 118, in village of Manitowoc. Lot 5 and 6 bl 181; lot 5 b 175; lot 1 b 176; lot 10, b 155; lot 11 b 115; lot 7 b 177, in the village and county of Manitowoc. And also on the two said executions sell all the right, title and interest the said defendant had on the 31st day of December 1861, in and to the following described property, to wit: Lots 6 7 10 B 40, lots 8 11 B 42, lots 9 10 11 B 63, lots 1 4 5 B 105. lot 2 B 140, lots 1 2 3 B 64, lots 3 4 B 214, lots 3 4 B 215, lots 16 18 B 242, lots 9 10 11 B 241, lots 12 1 7 B 243, lot 2 B 268, lots 1 2 7 8 B 152, lot 1 B 170, lots 4 5 B 171, lots 4 5 6 B 173, in the village and county of Manitowoc. Lot 9 subdivision s1/2 ne q sec 10, T. 19, R. 24, five acres in village of Manitowoc. Lot 7 B 138, lot 7 b 193, lot 22 B 199, lots 7 10 B1?, lot 16 B 202, lot 4 B 258, lots 10 11 B 295, lots 6 7 B 344, in the village of Manitowoc. Swq nwq sec 20, s1/2 seq of neq sec 19, T. 10, R 21, 60 ne., in Manitowoc county. Lot 14 B 117, village of Manitowoc. Lot 5 B 158, lot 3 B 161, e1/2 lot 4 B 230, s1/2 lot 2 B 270, lot 6 B 271, lot 10 B 56, lot 8 B 58, lot 8 B 110, lot 11 B 154, lot 2 B 160, lot 6 B 155, lot 2 B 114, lots 1 2 10 11 12 B 173, n1/2 lot 6 B 156, all in Manitowoc village. Lot 5 B 180, lots 7 10 11 14 16 17 18 19 B 265, lots 7 10 11 14 15 20 21 22 B 264, lots 8 9 12 13 16 17 18 19 B 266, lots 7 10 11 24 26 25 B 292, lots 1 2 3 8 9 12 13 16 17 20 21 22 23 B 293, lots 4 5 6 7 10 11 14 15 18 19 24 25 26 B 310, lots 1 2 3 8 9 12 13 16 17 20 21 22 23 B 311, lots 5 14 6 15 18 19 24 B 312, lots 4 5 6 7 10 11 14 15 18 19 24 25 26 B 330, lost 1 2 3 8 9 12 14 15 18 19 24 25 26 B 331, lots 1 2 3 8 9 12 13 16 17 20 21 22 23 B 332, lots 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 13 B 340, lots 4 5 6 7 9 14 15 16 B 350, lots 1 2 3 8 9 14 15 16 B 351, all in village Manitowoc. Lots 1 B 18, in village Manitowoc Rapids. Lots 1 2 B 10, in village of Two Rivers. Nwq sec 28, neq sec 27, e 1/2 of the e1/2 and the e1/2 of the w1/2 of the e1/2 and the e 1/2 of the w1/2 of the e1/2 of swq sec. 23, all in T. 20, R. 22, and in county of Manitowoc, 380 acres. And also on the three other executions issued in the three last above named actions, as therein direceted, shall sell all the right, title and interest which the said defendant had on the 31st day of December 1861, in and to the whole of the above and forgoing described real property. That said real property, and the right title and interest the above named defendant had in and to the same on the days herein before stated, I shall expose for sale and sell at Public Auction or Vendue, at the Court House, in the village of Manitowoc, on the 31st day of July A.D. 1862, at ten o'clock in the forenoon at that. Dated the 29th day of May A.D. 1862 WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff of Manitowoc Co., Wis. GEO. REED, Plt'ffs' Att'y. The above sale is hereby postponed until the 28th day of August, 1862, at the same hour and place. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff. GEO. REED, Pl'tff' Att'y. Dated July 31, 1862. The above sale is further postponed until Wednesday, the 24th day of September, at the same hour and place. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff, By R.T. BLAKE, Under Sheriff. The above sale is further postponed until Saturday, the 11th day of October, 1862, at the same hour and place. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff, By R.T. BLAKE, Under Sheriff. The above sale is further postponed until Saturday, November 1st, 1862, at the same hour and place. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff, By R.T. BLAKE, Under Sheriff. The Manitowoc Pilot, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, October 24, 1862 P. 4


CORNELL, SAMUEL M. SHERIFF'S SALE. Circuit Court, Milwaukee County. Dean K. Fenner, John B. Arthur, Froeman P. Woodbury and Henry E. Brown against Obadiah H. Platt, George Rice, David B. Jewett, James R. Tibbeits, Stephen W. Murstons, Jr., John A. Ordway, William C. Tibbeits, Samuel C. Davis, Charles R. Sawyer, N.W. Perkins, A. Sumner, J.R. Kimball, Edwin O. Tufts, Samuel M. Cornell, Sidney Cornell, Simcon Cary, Henry A. Huntington, Phillip Wadsworth, C.C. Parks, Jr., H.B. Vincent, J. H. Vincent, William Himrod, D. Himrod, D. Shirk, John W. Perego, Edward W. Bulkley, G.D. Bulkley, J.G. Plimpton, Theron R. Butler, John R. Cecil, Salas Rawson, A.W. Green, Charles T. Draper, D.P. Clark, Parker P. Clark, G.H. Clark, Elijah F. Clark, William H. Lyon, Warren W. Lyon, Robert Shaw, Morris S?her, Samuel Halo and John V. Ayer. In??tersuance and by virtue of a decree made by the Circuit Court of the County of Milwaukee on the 27th day of May, A.D. 1862, in the above entitled cause, I shall sell at public auction at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc on the 26th day of July 1862, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day the following described property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said decree, to wit: The S.W. quarter of the N.W. quarter sec. no. twenty (20), and the north half of the South east quarter of the north east quarter of section number nineteen, (19), all in Township number nineteen North of range number twenty-one (21) East, containing sixty acres more or less, all in the County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, Also Lot No. seven (7), in Block number one hundred and thirty-eight (138), lot number seven (7) in block number one hundred and ninety-three (193), lot number twenty-two (22), in Block number one hundred and ninety-nine (199), lots number seven and ten (7 & 10), in block number D, lots no. sixteen (16) in block no. two hundred and two (202), lot number four (4) in block number two hundred and fifty eight (258); lots number ten (10) and eleven (11) in block number two hundred and ninety-five (295), and lots number (6) and seven (7) in block number three hundred an forty-four (344). All of said lots being in the Village of Manitowoc, County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff. Manitowoc County Wis. Dated Sheriff's office, Manitowoc June 3d 1862 BL?LER & MARTIN, Atty's, for Plaintiff. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, October 22, 1862 P. 4


CORNELL, SIDNEY SHERIFF'S SALE. CIRCUIT COURT-MANITOWOC CO. John W. Perigo, Wedward B. Bulkley (sic), George L. Bulkley and John G. Plimpton against Obadiah H. Platt. Samuel M. Cornell, Sidney Cornell, and Simon B. Carey against Obadiah H. Platt. Henry A. Huntington, Philip Wadsworth and Calvin C. Parks Jr., against Obediah H. Platt. Samuel C. Davis, Charles B. Sawyer and Nathan W. Perkins, against Obadiah H. Platt. Bethuel B. Vincent, John II. Vincent, William Himrod, David Himrod and David Shirk, against Obadiah H. Platt. BY VIRTUE of executions issued from said Court in the several above entitled actions, to me directed and delivered against the real property of the above named defendant, I shall on the executions issued in the two first above named actions, as therein directed, sell all the right, Title and interest which the said defendants had on the 21st day of October 1861, in and to the following described property, to wit: Ne qr of ne qr Sec 31, and se qr of the ne qr of Sec 25, and the nw qr of the nw qr of Sec 22, in T. 20, R. 22. Ne qr of the nw qr Sec 25, and the s1/2 of the n1/2 of Sec 28, and the ne qr of the nw qr Sec 30 all in T. 19, R. 22. Ne qr of ne qr Sec 11, and the w1/2 nw qr Sec 30, and the ne qr sec 31, all in T. 19, R.21. N1/2 of nw qr of sw qr sec 4, and the s1/2 of ne qr sec 4, and the w1/2 of se qr Sec 4, and the se qr of the ne qr of sec 18, T.19, R. 23. Nw qr sec 21, T. 21, R. 23; ne qr of swe qr sec 21, T. 21, R. 23: ne qr of sw gr sec 13, T. 20, R. 21; sw qr of ne qr of sec 25, T. 20, R. 22; e1/2 of sw qr and se qr of nw qr sec 19, T. 20, R. 24; swe qr sec 33, T. 18, R. 21; e1/2 of se qr and nw qr of se qr of sec. 33, T. 17, R. 23; ne qr of ne qr sec 7, T. 20, R. 24; ne qr of nw qr sec 10, T. 18, R. 23; also, undivided in a fractional qr of sec 1, T. 17, R 23, containing 19 85-100 acres; also, the undivided seven-eights and the undivided half of ne qr sec 11, T. 17, R. 23; se qr of ne qr sec 18, T. 19, R. 23; ne qr of ne qr and nw gr of ne gr and se qr of se qr of se 10, T. 20, R. 22. Lots 5 and 6 in Bl D, of Reed's Addition to the village of Manitowoc. Lots 12 e1/2 lot 3, all of 7 8 11 12 15 16 17 e1/2 of lot 18 bl 107; w 21 ft lot 2 e 37 ft bl 118, in village of Manitowoc. Lot 5 and 6 bl 181; lot 5 b 175; lot 1 b 176; lot 10, b 155; lot 11 b 115; lot 7 b 177, in the village and county of Manitowoc. And also on the two said executions sell all the right, title and interest the said defendant had on the 31st day of December 1861, in and to the following described property, to wit: Lots 6 7 10 B 40, lots 8 11 B 42, lots 9 10 11 B 63, lots 1 4 5 B 105. lot 2 B 140, lots 1 2 3 B 64, lots 3 4 B 214, lots 3 4 B 215, lots 16 18 B 242, lots 9 10 11 B 241, lots 12 1 7 B 243, lot 2 B 268, lots 1 2 7 8 B 152, lot 1 B 170, lots 4 5 B 171, lots 4 5 6 B 173, in the village and county of Manitowoc. Lot 9 subdivision s1/2 ne q sec 10, T. 19, R. 24, five acres in village of Manitowoc. Lot 7 B 138, lot 7 b 193, lot 22 B 199, lots 7 10 B1?, lot 16 B 202, lot 4 B 258, lots 10 11 B 295, lots 6 7 B 344, in the village of Manitowoc. Swq nwq sec 20, s1/2 seq of neq sec 19, T. 10, R 21, 60 ne., in Manitowoc county. Lot 14 B 117, village of Manitowoc. Lot 5 B 158, lot 3 B 161, e1/2 lot 4 B 230, s1/2 lot 2 B 270, lot 6 B 271, lot 10 B 56, lot 8 B 58, lot 8 B 110, lot 11 B 154, lot 2 B 160, lot 6 B 155, lot 2 B 114, lots 1 2 10 11 12 B 173, n1/2 lot 6 B 156, all in Manitowoc village. Lot 5 B 180, lots 7 10 11 14 16 17 18 19 B 265, lots 7 10 11 14 15 20 21 22 B 264, lots 8 9 12 13 16 17 18 19 B 266, lots 7 10 11 24 26 25 B 292, lots 1 2 3 8 9 12 13 16 17 20 21 22 23 B 293, lots 4 5 6 7 10 11 14 15 18 19 24 25 26 B 310, lots 1 2 3 8 9 12 13 16 17 20 21 22 23 B 311, lots 5 14 6 15 18 19 24 B 312, lots 4 5 6 7 10 11 14 15 18 19 24 25 26 B 330, lost 1 2 3 8 9 12 14 15 18 19 24 25 26 B 331, lots 1 2 3 8 9 12 13 16 17 20 21 22 23 B 332, lots 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 13 B 340, lots 4 5 6 7 9 14 15 16 B 350, lots 1 2 3 8 9 14 15 16 B 351, all in village Manitowoc. Lots 1 B 18, in village Manitowoc Rapids. Lots 1 2 B 10, in village of Two Rivers. Nwq sec 28, neq sec 27, e 1/2 of the e1/2 and the e1/2 of the w1/2 of the e1/2 and the e 1/2 of the w1/2 of the e1/2 of swq sec. 23, all in T. 20, R. 22, and in county of Manitowoc, 380 acres. And also on the three other executions issued in the three last above named actions, as therein direceted, shall sell all the right, title and interest which the said defendant had on the 31st day of December 1861, in and to the whole of the above and forgoing described real property. That said real property, and the right title and interest the above named defendant had in and to the same on the days herein before stated, I shall expose for sale and sell at Public Auction or Vendue, at the Court House, in the village of Manitowoc, on the 31st day of July A.D. 1862, at ten o'clock in the forenoon at that. Dated the 29th day of May A.D. 1862 WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff of Manitowoc Co., Wis. GEO. REED, Plt'ffs' Att'y. The above sale is hereby postponed until the 28th day of August, 1862, at the same hour and place. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff. GEO. REED, Pl'tff' Att'y. Dated July 31, 1862. The above sale is further postponed until Wednesday, the 24th day of September, at the same hour and place. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff, By R.T. BLAKE, Under Sheriff. The above sale is further postponed until Saturday, the 11th day of October, 1862, at the same hour and place. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff, By R.T. BLAKE, Under Sheriff. The above sale is further postponed until Saturday, November 1st, 1862, at the same hour and place. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff, By R.T. BLAKE, Under Sheriff. The Manitowoc Pilot, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, October 24, 1862 P. 4


CORNELL, SIDNEY SHERIFF'S SALE. Circuit Court, Milwaukee County. Dean K. Fenner, John B. Arthur, Froeman P. Woodbury and Henry E. Brown against Obadiah H. Platt, George Rice, David B. Jewett, James R. Tibbeits, Stephen W. Murstons, Jr., John A. Ordway, William C. Tibbeits, Samuel C. Davis, Charles R. Sawyer, N.W. Perkins, A. Sumner, J.R. Kimball, Edwin O. Tufts, Samuel M. Cornell, Sidney Cornell, Simcon Cary, Henry A. Huntington, Phillip Wadsworth, C.C. Parks, Jr., H.B. Vincent, J. H. Vincent, William Himrod, D. Himrod, D. Shirk, John W. Perego, Edward W. Bulkley, G.D. Bulkley, J.G. Plimpton, Theron R. Butler, John R. Cecil, Salas Rawson, A.W. Green, Charles T. Draper, D.P. Clark, Parker P. Clark, G.H. Clark, Elijah F. Clark, William H. Lyon, Warren W. Lyon, Robert Shaw, Morris S?her, Samuel Halo and John V. Ayer. In??tersuance and by virtue of a decree made by the Circuit Court of the County of Milwaukee on the 27th day of May, A.D. 1862, in the above entitled cause, I shall sell at public auction at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc on the 26th day of July 1862, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day the following described property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said decree, to wit: The S.W. quarter of the N.W. quarter sec. no. twenty (20), and the north half of the South east quarter of the north east quarter of section number nineteen, (19), all in Township number nineteen North of range number twenty-one (21) East, containing sixty acres more or less, all in the County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, Also Lot No. seven (7), in Block number one hundred and thirty-eight (138), lot number seven (7) in block number one hundred and ninety-three (193), lot number twenty-two (22), in Block number one hundred and ninety-nine (199), lots number seven and ten (7 & 10), in block number D, lots no. sixteen (16) in block no. two hundred and two (202), lot number four (4) in block number two hundred and fifty eight (258); lots number ten (10) and eleven (11) in block number two hundred and ninety-five (295), and lots number (6) and seven (7) in block number three hundred an forty-four (344). All of said lots being in the Village of Manitowoc, County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff. Manitowoc County Wis. Dated Sheriff's office, Manitowoc June 3d 1862 BL?LER & MARTIN, Atty's, for Plaintiff. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, October 22, 1862 P. 4


CORNIG, ERASTUS Barnes, James C. vs Erastus Cornig(?) etal yr. 1861; X1634; CF 13


CORNING, ERASTUS Corning, Erastus et al (James C. Barnes vs) yr. 1861; #X1634; CF13


CORNING, ERASTUS Jones, Benjamin; Smith Perry T. defendants DBA B. Jones & Co. Corning, Erastus; Corning, Erastus, Jr.; Winslow, George B. Davidson, Gilbert C. Plaintiffs Dfndts gave a promissory note to plntfs for $266 and haven't paid it off yr. 1866; #2166; Cf 16


CORNING, ERASTUS Erastus Corning Co of New York Plaintiffs Bank of Manitowoc Defendant The Barnes Bros, Co. composed of Calvin C; James C; and John W; purchased $9,353.37 worht (sic) of hardware from plntifs to stock their hardware store. They issued noted in payment. When one of the notes came due, C.C. Jenks of Chicago, agent for plntfs presented it for payment at the Bank Calvin Barnes, Presidnet(sic) of the bank issued a check which he then traded for a certificate of deposit. When the certificate was presented for payment it was refused. Plntfs sue for fraudulent use of the Bank by its officers James C. Barnes is cashier of the bank. yr. 1861; #2181; CF16


CORNING, ERASTUS JR. Corning, Erastus Jr. (James C. Barnes vs) yr. 1861; #X1634; CF13


CORNING, ERASTUS JR. Jones, Benjamin; Smith Perry T. defendants DBA B. Jones & Co. Corning, Erastus; Corning, Erastus, Jr.; Winslow, George B. Davidson, Gilbert C. Plaintiffs Dfndts gave a promissory note to plntfs for $266 and haven't paid it off yr. 1866; #2166; Cf 16


COSH, (NO NAME) Cosh - Cosh yr. 1876; #670; CF29


COSLEY, FRANCIS B. Curran, David E. (Cosley, Francis B. et al vs) yr. 1857; X1679; CF13


COTCHANSEN, ALEXANDER Cotchansen, Alexander vs Lindemann, A.G. yr. 1857; #X1667; CF13


COUBAL, FRANTISEK Coubal, Frantisek yr. 1893; #788; CF65


COUCHANETT, JOSEPH Couchanett, Joseph (Joseph Couchanett vs) Wage Dispute yr. 1885; #1509; CF42


COURCHAIN, PETER Courchain, Peter vs George Pelkey yr. 1868; #1868; CF13


COUTLY, HENRY Coutly, Henry T.C. Shoves Banking Co Manitowoc, Wis. yr. 1892; #27; CF21


COWEN, SOLOMON S. Cowen, Solomon S. Discharge of mortgage yr. 1872; #186; CF23


COWHEN, JAMES Cohen, James or (Cowhen) (Mullens, William (State of Wis) vs) Assault & Battery yr. 1872; CX2250; CF17


COWLES, JOHN Cowles, John vs R. Klingholz yr. 1851; X1702; CF13


COWLES, JOHN Cowles, John E. et al Clark Ross vs Jesse M. Sherwood 2 separate cases w/this yr. 1851; X89; CF1


COWLES, WILLIAM Jones, Alonzo; Jones, Emily defendants Cowles, William Plaintiff Jones and wife mortgaged lots 9 & 10 Block 109 Village of Manitowoc to Charles W. Fitch. Fitch assigned the mortgage to Cowles who desired to foreclose the mortgage yr. 1867; #2162; Cf 16


COX, GEORGE Cox, George see Jesse Scholl #427


CRAITE, A. Aultman & Taylor Co in Mansfield, Cty of Richland State of Ohio vs Craite, A Money owed yr. 1879; Case 927; CF 33


CRAITE, I. Craite, I. see Luetzke, Charles et.al. yr. 1903-1906; #3964; E255; HCF67


CRAITE, ISAAC Craite, Isaac vs Honey, Alzada M. et al Honey, Frank; Honey, Si W.B.D. Honey also mentioned but is deceased To foreclose a mortgage defendant lives in Burnside, Hancock Co., IL yr. 1893; #2275; CF50


CRANDALL, (NO NAME) Cheney vs Crandall yr. 1854; #175; CP2


CRANDALL, (NO NAME) Crandall (Tunk vs) yr. 1854; #207; CP2


CRAWFORD, LEMUEL F. Borchert (Lemuel Crawford etal vs) yr. 1858; X1697; CF 13


CRAWFORD, WILLIAM W. Crawford, William W. vs F. Borchert yr. 1858; X1697; CF13


CRAWLEY, WILLIAM G. Crawley, William G. vs Nielsen, Niels et al; Olsen, Ole; Samuelson, Charles; Nielsen, Martha yr. 1857; X623; CF5


CRAWLEY, WILLIAM P. Crawley, William P. vs Classon, George F. yr. 1857; X1644; CF13


CRAWLEY, WILLIAM P. Crawley, William P. vs Isaas Merril et al yr. 1858; X1670; CF13


CRAWLEY WM. P. Crawley, Wm P. vs Chas. Klingholz yr. 1858; X1643; CF13


CRELTON, MORRIS (First publication March 14, 1882.) IN PROBATE.-Manitowoc County Court. In the matter of the estate of Valentine Woullier, Deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Josephine Pellissier, of Little River, Oconto county, Wisconsin, representing among other things, that Valentine Woullier, late of Town of Gibson, Manitowoc county, Wisconsin, on the 11th day of July, A.D. 1865 (sic), at Town of Gibson, in said county, died intestate, leaving goods, chattels and estate within this state, and that the said petitioner is a daughter of said deceased, and praying that administration of said estate be to Morris Crelton, granted, it is ordered that said petition be heard before the Judge of this Court, on Tuesday, the 11th day of April, A.D. 1882, at ten o'clock A.M., at my office in said county. Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to the heirs of said deceased, and to all persons interested by publishing a copy of this order for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in the Lake Shore Times, a weekly newspaper printed at Manitowoc, in said county. Dated at Manitowoc, the 8th day of March, A.D. 1882. R.D. Smart, County Judge. Estabrook & Walker, Att'y at Law. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, April 4, 1882 P. 4


CREMER, M. Cremer, M. See S.H. Conover #1431


CRENTZBERG, (NO NAME) Crentzberg (Kahler vs) yr. 1868; X946; CF8


CRETAN, JOHN Cretan, John (Carl Schmidtman vs) crossed out (Niels E. Thompson vs) yr. 1870; #15; CF22


CRETTAN, JEAN MAURICE Crettan, Jean Maurice (Niels E. Thompson vs) yr. 1870; #15; CF22


CRETTON, CATHRENA Cretton, Louis & Cretton, Morrise vs Rouiller, Louis & Rouiller, Mary Louise, his wife & Cretton, Cathrena & Louisier, Anna Mary Notation in a box: To correct land description on deed Peter Cretton of Town of Gibson, Mtwc Co died 20 Dec 1888 & left surviving him: Cathrena Cretton widow dtr Anna Mary Louisier & the plaintiffs, no sons yr. 1891; #2046; CF47


CRETTON, JOHN Cretton, John see William Blair #995


CRETTON, JOHN M. DFT - Boor, John & Catherine; Cretton, John M.; Soucoup, Wenzel PTF - Sedgwick, G.G. yr. 1883; #1265; CF 38


CRETTON, JUSTINE C. Cretton, Justine C. see Wm. Blair #995


Cretton, Louis Cretton, Louis & Cretton, Morrise vs Rouiller, Louis & Rouiller, Mary Louise, his wife & Cretton, Cathrena & Louisier, Anna Mary Notation in a box: To correct land description on deed Peter Cretton of Town of Gibson, Mtwc Co died 20 Dec 1888 & left surviving him: Cathrena Cretton widow dtr Anna Mary Louisier & the plaintiffs, no sons yr. 1891; #2046; CF47


CRETTON, MORRISE Cretton, Louis & Cretton, Morrise vs Rouiller, Louis & Rouiller, Mary Louise, his wife & Cretton, Cathrena & Louisier, Anna Mary Notation in a box: To correct land description on deed Peter Cretton of Town of Gibson, Mtwc Co died 20 Dec 1888 & left surviving him: Cathrena Cretton widow dtr Anna Mary Louisier & the plaintiffs, no sons yr. 1891; #2046; CF47


CRETTON, PETER Cretton, Louis & Cretton, Morrise vs Rouiller, Louis & Rouiller, Mary Louise, his wife & Cretton, Cathrena & Louisier, Anna Mary Notation in a box: To correct land description on deed Peter Cretton of Town of Gibson, Mtwc Co died 20 Dec 1888 & left surviving him: Cathrena Cretton widow dtr Anna Mary Louisier & the plaintiffs, no sons yr. 1891; #2046; CF47


CRETTON, PETER Cretton, Peter see Louis Crettan #204


CRITON, MARY Criton, Mary (St. Wis) vs Robordy, Gasper & Ambrose Robordy Take & steal trunk yr. 1864; CX2531; CF18


CROCKER, CHARLES A. Crocker, Charles A. (State of Wis. vs) Assault of Thomas Gaynor yr. 1874; #CX2243; CF17


CROCKER, CHARLES C. Crocker, Charles C. State ex rel vs John P. Wickert County Clerk yr. 1878; X1535; CF12


CROCKER, WILLIAM Crocker, William (Gaynor, Thomas A. (State of Wis) vs) Assault & beat yr. 1874; CX2256; CF17


CROISSANT, JOHN Croissant, John (Wollmer, Nicholas vs) Promissory note yr. 1857; X2315; CF17


CROISSANT, JOHN 11-In re estate of John Croissant, deceased:-Will presented for probate by Mary S. Croissant and order issued for proof of will. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1882 P. 4


CROISSANT, JOHN 12-In re estate of John Croissant, deceased:-Wm. Bach appointed guardian ad litem of minor child of said John Croissant. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1882 P. 4


CROISSANT, JOHN COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. Smart, J. In re estate of John Croissant, deceased: Letters of guardianship for minors issued to Mary S. Croissant. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, July 18, 1882 P. 4


CROISSANT, JOHN COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. March 14-In re estate of John Croissant, deceased; inventory filed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, March 21, 1882 P. 4


CROISSANT, MARY S. 11-In re estate of John Croissant, deceased:-Will presented for probate by Mary S. Croissant and order issued for proof of will. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1882 P. 4


CROISSANT, MARY S. COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. Smart, J. In re estate of John Croissant, deceased: Letters of guardianship for minors issued to Mary S. Croissant. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, July 18, 1882 P. 4


CROJSER, THOS. Crojser, Thos. (Michael H. Healy vs) yr. 1857; X1586; CF13


CROLL, WM. Croll, Wm. Proof of Claim. yr. 1893; #105; CF65


CRONAN, JAMES Cronan, James (def.) (St. of Wis. vs.) in case of Murphy, Patrick et al. yr. 1856; CX2697; CF20


CRONAN, JERRY Cronan, Jerry (def) (St. of Wis. vs.) in case of Murphy, Patrick et al. yr. 1856; CX2697; CF20l


CRONAR, CATHARINE Catharine Cronar ag. John Cronar. Divorce. W.M. Nichols, Pltff's Atty. C. Esslinger, Deft's Atty. Answer withdrawn and referred to C. Esslinger to take testimony. CIRCUIT COURT for MANITOWOC COUNTY. JUDGE TAYLOR PRESIDING. April 28, 1859. ******* (Note: This may be Catharine and John Cronin in marriages..they were divorced in 1865)


CRONAR, JOHN Catharine Cronar ag. John Cronar. Divorce. W.M. Nichols, Pltff's Atty. C. Esslinger, Deft's Atty. Answer withdrawn and referred to C. Esslinger to take testimony. CIRCUIT COURT for MANITOWOC COUNTY. JUDGE TAYLOR PRESIDING. April 28, 1859. ******* (Note: This may be Catharine and John Cronin in marriages..they were divorced in 1865)


CRONEN, JOHN Cronen, John (see Long, Thomas) 1861


CRONIN, ANDREW Cannon, Mary etal vs Cronin, James et; Cronin, Michael; Cronin, Catherine wife of James; Cronin, Margaret; Cronin, John; Cronin, Patrick; Cronin, Margarett wife of Patrick; Cronin, Andrew Challenge of property transfer cause of non-compliance - terms of maintenance bond yr. 1879; #963; CF 33


CRONIN, CATHERINE Cannon, Mary etal vs Cronin, James et; Cronin, Michael; Cronin, Catherine wife of James; Cronin, Margaret; Cronin, John; Cronin, Patrick; Cronin, Margarett wife of Patrick; Cronin, Andrew Challenge of property transfer cause of non-compliance - terms of maintenance bond yr. 1879; #963; CF 33


CRONIN, CATHERINE Cronin, John vs Cronin, Catherine md 11 Aug 1857 Tn of Mtwc she deserted him 15 Dec 1857 yr. 1865; X1699; CF13


CRONIN, CORNELIUS Cronin, Cornelius (Deceased) died 2 Nov. 1878 at Manitowoc died intestate. no widow - died May 1877 Mentioned 'Cannon vs Cronin.' yr. 1879; #963; CF33


CRONIN, DAN J. Cronin, Dan J. Kabot, Frank Mortgage yr. 1884; #1792; CF44


CRONIN, DAVID Cronin, David (Estate) see Shove, Don A. #506-Schweitzer #507-Kunzwiles


CRONIN, DAVID Cronin, David vs Cronin, Sarah md 26 Aug 1854 Tn of Eaton ch: Elizabeth 7; Mary 5; Margaret 3; Ellen 2 yr. 1863; X1704; CF13


CRONIN, DAVID Cronin, David (W. Lathrons vs) yr. 1868; X1119; CF9


CRONIN, ELLEN Cronin, Margaret & Ellen, infants Application for sale of real estate by Wm. Cronin their guardian yr. 1877; #768; CF31


CRONIN, JAMES Cannon, Mary etal vs Cronin, James et; Cronin, Michael; Cronin, Catherine wife of James; Cronin, Margaret; Cronin, John; Cronin, Patrick; Cronin, Margarett wife of Patrick; Cronin, Andrew Challenge of property transfer cause of non-compliance - terms of maintenance bond yr. 1879; #963; CF 33


CRONIN, JAMES Cronin, James et al (Line drawn thru Cronin) Mary et al vs (Line drawn thru Cronin, James Cannon Challenge of property transfer cause of non compliance 2 terms of matainence(sic) bond. no yr; #963; CF33


CRONIN, JOHN Cannon, Mary etal vs Cronin, James et; Cronin, Michael; Cronin, Catherine wife of James; Cronin, Margaret; Cronin, John; Cronin, Patrick; Cronin, Margarett wife of Patrick; Cronin, Andrew Challenge of property transfer cause of non-compliance - terms of maintenance bond yr. 1879; #963; CF 33


CRONIN, JOHN Cronin, John (St Wis) vs Fendelson, James Stealing trees Pine yr. 1856; CX2625; CF19


CRONIN, JOHN Cronin, John vs Cronin, Catherine md 11 Aug 1857 Tn of Mtwc she deserted him 15 Dec 1857 yr. 1865; X1699; CF13


CRONIN, JOHN Cronin, John (St Wis) vs Fendelson, Jones et al & Andrew Fendelson; Freeman Fendelson Cut down trees on private property yr. 1856; CX2610; CF19


CRONIN, MARGARET Cronin, Margaret & Ellen, infants Application for sale of real estate by Wm. Cronin their guardian yr. 1877; #768; CF31


CRONIN, MARGARETT Cannon, Mary etal vs Cronin, James et; Cronin, Michael; Cronin, Catherine wife of James; Cronin, Margaret; Cronin, John; Cronin, Patrick; Cronin, Margarett wife of Patrick; Cronin, Andrew Challenge of property transfer cause of non-compliance - terms of maintenance bond yr. 1879; #963; CF 33


CRONIN, MICHAEL Cannon, Mary etal vs Cronin, James et; Cronin, Michael; Cronin, Catherine wife of James; Cronin, Margaret; Cronin, John; Cronin, Patrick; Cronin, Margarett wife of Patrick; Cronin, Andrew Challenge of property transfer cause of non-compliance - terms of maintenance bond yr. 1879; #963; CF 33


CRONIN, PATRICK Cannon, Mary etal vs Cronin, James et; Cronin, Michael; Cronin, Catherine wife of James; Cronin, Margaret; Cronin, John; Cronin, Patrick; Cronin, Margarett wife of Patrick; Cronin, Andrew Challenge of property transfer cause of non-compliance - terms of maintenance bond yr. 1879; #963; CF 33


CRONIN, SARAH Cronin, David vs Cronin, Sarah md 26 Aug 1854 Tn of Eaton ch: Elizabeth 7; Mary 5; Margaret 3; Ellen 2 yr. 1863; X1704; CF13


CRONIN, SARAH Cronin, Sarah (E. Alden vs) yr. 1865; X810; CF7


CRONIN, WM. Cronin, Margaret & Ellen, infants Application for sale of real estate by Wm. Cronin their guardian yr. 1877; #768; CF31


CROSS, BENJAMIN Cross, Benjamin vs David B. Knapp yr. 1850; X31; CF1


CROSS, C.M. Cross, C.M. vs Knud Oleson yr. 1867; X863; CF7


CROSS, GEORGE Cross, George Proof of claim yr. 1893; #246; CF65


CROSS, WILLIAM M. Cross, William M. vs George W. Durgin yr. 1850; X54; CF1


CROSSANT, JOHN COUNTY COURT, SMART, J. In re estate of John Crossant, deceased: Proof of publication filed. Proof of will and certificate of proof of will. Peter Gerber appointed executor. Letters testamentary issued. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 21, 1882 P. 1


CROWLEY, JESSE Crowley, Jesse vs Warren D. Meeker yr. 1866; X1700; CF13


CROWLEY, JESSE Dudley, Samuel A. (Jesse Crowley vs) yr. 1866; X1700; CF13


CRUM, AUGUSTA Crum, Augusta vs Crum, Charles Divorce see Augusta Krum for complete info yr. 1880; #1035; CF34 Crum Charles Crum, Augusta vs Crum, Charles Divorce see Augusta Krum for complete info yr. 1880; #1035; CF34


CRUMBAUGH, NO NAME Knopwurst, Frederick (Richards, Crumbaugh & Shaw vs) yr. 1872; #187; CF23


CUMBERLIDGE, JAMES Cumberlidge, James (Robert Edwards vs) Sueing for payment of "work, labor & services" yr. 1885; #1517; CF42


CUMMINGS, DANIEL Cummings, Daniel (State of Wis. vs) yr. 1889; Cri 371 #158; HCF69


CUMMINGS, DANIEL W. Cummings, Daniel W. vs Nash, Lyman J. et al yr. 1891; #2074; CF48


CUMMINGS, FREDERICK Cummings, Frederick vs Hendel, Andreas et al Financial dispute yr. 1882; #1238; CF37


CUMMINGS, FREDERICK Cummings, Frederick vs Vollendorff, Martin Promisory note yr. 1879; #1011; CF34


CUMMINGS, MICHAEL Cummings, Michael vs Welch, William (State of Wisc.) Assult(sic) and beating yr. 1870; CX2238; CF17


CUMMINGS, MICHAEL Cummings, Michael Driscoll, Margaret vs. Suit for return of property. Brother & sister yr. 1881-1882; #1201; CF36


CUMMINGS, ROBERT Cummings, Robert Defendant State of Wisconsin on complaint of James Doud Plaintiff. Dfndt, walking on a road in Franklin Township saw some boys rough-housing, dfndts son was on the ground. Dfndt then chased the other boys. He caught Doud and struck him in the face. Jury found dfndt guilty. Doud was 15 years old. yr. 1869; #2074; CF15


CUMMINGS, ROBERT Carroll, William; Flin Michael; Mullins, John; Mullins, William; Shea, Dennis; Shea, Daniel; Roland, Michael Jr.; Dolan, John; Farby, Patrick; Cummings, Robert; DEFENDANTS State of Wisconsin on complaint of James Long PLAINTIFF Dfndts are accused of gang attacking James Long during a logging operation in the Town of Maple Grove. Cummings, Flin, John Mullis, Dennis Shea and Wm Carroll were found guilty and ordered to pay fines of $5.00 plus costs. yr. 1860; #2074; CF 15 FLB (second part)


CUMMINGS, WILLIAM Cummings, William vs Stricker, Carl & Stricker, Wilhelmina, his wife,& Born, Henry yr. 1883; #1344; CF39


CUMMINGS, WM. Cummings, Wm. (jury member) see Bohn Manufacturing Co. yr. 1901-1903; #3770; HCF67


CUMMINGS, WM. Bohn Manufacturing Company, a foreign corporation vs Reif, Anton E.; Reif, Lewis C.; Kiel, Henry; Stamback, Mathas(sic) & Nikolai, Peter; Hamacheck, Julius To recover balance of payment on promissory note (went to Supreme Court) re lumber & purchase of a mill - Mellen, Wis. Plummer, Wis. - inventory p. 107 (117?)-n4(n9?) Bills of sale #932a & 1051 are included in the documents & various spellings (other side of card) Cross references made Reif Lumber & Mfg Co; Rogan, John R.; Seeger, John A.; Krainik, John; Munch, Emil C.; Bohn, Gebhardt; Bohn, George W. (Jury) Daleiden, Peter; Cummings, Wm.; Connell, James; Martens, Henry; Sullivan, James; Stephani, Charles; Schreihart, J.P.; Duecker, C.A.; Judge, John; Gustaveson, Herman; Bagignich(?), Fred; Cummins Robert Cummins, Robert vs Cornelius Lynch yr. 1856; X270; CF3


CUNNING, HELEN Cunning, Helen vs Cunning, Jerry Devorce (sic) Married-June, 12, 1866 in Gravesville, Calumet Co. 1 son William Cunnings (sic) Born May, 12, 1867. yr. 1878; #728; CF30


CUNNING, JERRY Cunning, Helen vs Cunning, Jerry Devorce (sic) Married-June, 12, 1866 in Gravesville, Calumet Co. 1 son William Cunnings (sic) Born May, 12, 1867. yr. 1878; #728; CF30


CUNNINGHAM, THOMAS Cunningham, Thomas estate yr. 1862; X1595; CF13


CUNNINGHAM, THOMAS Cunningham, Thomas Defendant deceased Durgin, Ezra; Truman, Horatio DBA Durgin & Co plaintiffs acting for David Vanvalkenburg, Edgar Beardsley; William Waldo; Robert L Bell DBA Vanvalkenburg & Co. yr. 1859; #2157; CF16


CURRAN, DAVID E. Cooley, Francis B. et al vs Curran, David E. yr. 1857; X1679; CF13


CURRAN, DAVID E. Curran, David E. (Cosley, Francis B. et al vs) yr. 1857; X1679; CF13


CURRAN, JAMES Curran, Mary E. & (J. Glover vs) Unk heirs of James Curran, dec. yr. 1856; X331; CF3


CURRAN, MARY E. Curran, Mary E. & (J. Glover vs) Unk heirs of James Curran, dec. yr. 1856; X331; CF3


CURTIS, H.M. Jones, Alonzo D. (Curtis, H.M. vs.) yr. 1869; #1665; CF13


CURTIS, JOHN Curtis, John vs Peter Mulholland, sheriff replevin yr. 1870; #7; CF22


CURTUS, JOHN M. Curtus, John M. vs Wm. Morgan et al yr. 1875; X1662; CF13


CUSHMAN, JOHN Joyce, Michael (Cushman, John A. vs) yr. 1859; #1664; CF 13


CUSHMAN, JOHN A. Cushman, John A. vs Niles McMann et al yr. 1859; X1664; CF13


CUTELL, A.D. Cutell, A.D. (J. Ries vs) yr. 1869; X1495; CF12


CUTWAY, FRANCIS Cutway, Francis (P. Glover vs) yr. 1858; X1266; CF10