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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PACKARD, EDWIN W. Durgin, Ezra et al vs Edwin W. Packard yr. 1856; X289; CF3


PACKARD, EDWIN W. Falvey, Thomas et al. (St. George, Henry)vs. Packard, Edwin W. yr. 1857; X619; CF5


PADARATZ, (NO NAME) Engelhardt - Padaratz yr. 1877; #677; CF29


PADARATZ, MARY Engelhart, Wm. Deft. Padaratz, Mary Plff. Money settelment. yr. 1876; #677; CF29 Says Engebhart (typo)


PAHLKOETTER, C. Catlin, Charles etal vs Pahlkoetter, C. Recovery of money due for merchandise yr. 1886; #1516; CF 42


PAINE, R.K. Duchac, Joseph (Paine, R.K. vs.) Non-payment of promisary note and interest. yr. 1879; #1416; CF39


PAINE, R.K. Eaton, R.P., Rand, Elija, Paine, R.K; Voigt, Edward M. & Lubing, Chas. as administrator of the estate of Treat, E.B., deceased & Johnson, J.C. (W.F. White) yr. 1883; #1355; CF39


PALISTER, JOSEPH Joseph Palister was given a fine of $1 and cost in Municipal court for being drunk. He paid. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, June 21, 1904 P. 6


PALM, CARL Borchard, Fred - (Palm, Carl vs) dispute over payment for painting job Jury found for ptf yr. 1874 or 1871; #339; CF 25


PALM, JOHN C. Jones, Kiler K. (Palm, John C. vs.) Notice to appearing court yr. 1859; #2221; CF 17


PALM, JOHN CHAS. Jones, Kiles(sic) K. (Palm, John Chas. vs) Debt on merchandise yr. 1857; #2220; CF 17


PALM, WM. Brewers Fire Ins. Co. vs Palm, Wm. (Rahr inside) yr. 1875; #549(?); CF 28


PALMER, ELIZABETH Johnston, Peter Administrator of Estate of Thomas B. Palmer Dec) (Palmer, Elizabeth vs) Mortgage & Promissory note yr. 1860; #2380; CF 17


PALMER, H.B. Caston, Fred Witness in State of Wis vs H.B. Palmer Shoemaker in Manitowoc yr. 1874; #382; CF 26


PALMER, THOMAS B. Johnston, Peter Administrator of Estate of Thomas B. Palmer Dec) (Palmer, Elizabeth vs) Mortgage & Promissory note yr. 1860; #2380; CF 17


PANKRATZ, GEORGE Kellner, John admin of Estate of George Pankratz, deceased yr. 1899; #379; CF 59


PANKRATZ, GEORGE Albee, James vs Smart, Reuben D.; Pankratz, George Title dispute and other contraversie yr 1873; #266A; CF 25


PANKRATZ, GEORGE Brachmann, Nicholas J. (George Pankratz etal vs) Pl wishes to collect debt yr. 1893; #2245; CF 50


PANKRATZ, GEORGE Burgardt, Sebastian (Pankratz, George etal & Christian Schoch vs) Payment for lumber furnished. yr. 1875; #502; CF 27


PANKRATZ, GEORGE Ewert, John (George Pankratz et al vs) want payment for materials delivered yr. 1874; #435; CF26


PANKRATZ, IGNATZ Dobberstein, Joseph - Pankratz, Ignatz vs money owed yr. 1882; #1197; CF36


PANKRATZ, MICHAEL Branders, Anna (Pankratz, Michael) (State of Wis) vs) Destruction of property yr. 1886; #57; CF 68


PANKRATZ, MICHAEL Brandies, Fritz vs Pankratz, Michael refers to case in which St. of Wis. was ptf vs Anna Brandies Anna daughter of Ptf. Fritz Brandies Fritz resides S2 Tn Cato Anna age 15 yrs. Pankratz cattle invaded Brandies land. yr. 1884; #1421; CF 40


PANKRATZ, THERESIA Brandl, Joseph vs Vogel, Alois cross referenced witnesses Olsen, Riley; Vogel, Anton; Pankratz, Theresia; Brandl, Katharina; Zipperer, Alois; Miller, John; Bachmeyer, Joseph; ? Otten, John (Otten, John crossed out) Damaged reputation & costs due to false accusation and arrest yr. 1890; #1991; CF 47


PAPE, HENRY The following cases were disposed of in the Circuit Court during the past week: Christ. Bender vs Henry Pape: special verdict returned that defendant did execute the release, dated April 6, 1880, with knowledge of what it contained. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, June 20, 1882 P. 4


PAPE, JOHN Baker, Robert H. etal - (vs Pape, John) Payment of note yr.1880; #1034; CF 34


PAPE, JOHN Bull, Stephan etal (vs. Pape, John) Non payment of Promissory note yr. 1880; #1034; CF 34


PAPE, JOHN Case, Jerome I. etal (vs Pape, John) Non-payment of promissory note yr. 1880; #1034; CF 34


PAPE, JOHN Erskine, Massena et al (vs Pape, John) Non-payment of note. yr. 1880; #1034; CF34


PAPE, JOHN From the Clerk's Minutes we glean the following: John Faanz vs. John Pape et al.; settled. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 30, 1883 P. 1


PAPPER, LEOPOLD Bartosh, Agnes vs Seidl, Lorenz Leopold Papper agrees to become security for costs yr. 1879; #797; CF 31


PARKER, DAVID R. SHERIFF'S SALE-The State of Wisconsin, Circuit Court Brown County. Isaac F. Win? plaintiff, against Edward M. Thorp, Adelia M. Thorp and David R. Parker, defendants. Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. In virtue of and pursuant in a judgement rendered in said court in the above entitled action, dated October 4th, 1859, I shall expose for sale and sell at public auction, at the court house in the village and county of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, on Saturday the 7th day of April, 1860 at the hour of ten o'clock a.m. of that day, the following described mortgaged premises or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said judgment, interest and costs, together with expenses of sale, to wit: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate lying and being in the village and county of Manitowoc and state of Wisconsin, and described as follows: Lot number one (1) in block number two hundred and twenty-four (224) as the same is laid down on the recorded plat of said village. Dated Sheriff's Office, Manitowoc, Wis., December 26th, 1859. LOUIS KEMPER, Sheriff, J.D. MARKHAM Att'y for Plff. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Tuesday, January 3, 1860 P. 3


PARKHURST, SARAH FORECLOSURE SALE. Circuit Court, Manitowoc County. Abram D. Hull, Pl'ff. Against Sarah Parkhurst, Sarah E. Phillips and Susan M. Phillips heirs of William Phillips deceased, by T.C. Shove, their Guardian Defenodnnts (sic). Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. IN virtue of and pursuant to a judgment rendered in the above entitled action, dated November 1st, 1862, I shall expose for Sale and sell at public auction at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc, County and State aforesaid, on Monday the 16th day of February, A.D., 1863, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, the following described mortgaged premises or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said judgment interest and costs together with the expenses of sale to wit: All that certain piece or parcel of land described as follows, viz: The East Half of the North West quarter, and the North East quarter of the South West quarter of Section Number Six (6) in Township Nineteen (19) North of Range Number Twenty-Two (22) East, containing one hundred and twenty acres of land in the County of Manitowoc, and State of Wisconsin. Dated at Sheriff's office, Nov. 10, 1862. Wyman Murphy, Sheriff. By R.T. Blaze, Under Sheriff. J.D. Markham, Att'y for Pl'ff. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Wednesday, March 18, 1863 P. 4


PARKS, C.C. JR. 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


PARKS, CALVIN C. JR. 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


PARMENTER, H. Easton, David J. (Parmenter, H. et al (VanBundhoton, J.) vs) Debt yr. 1862; X2217; CF17


PARRISH, ISAAC M. Kirby, James vs Dunlea, James et al* *Parrish, Isaac M. yr. 1859; X1313; CF11


PARWORTH, LLOYD Chgo & N.W. Railway Co. See Parworth, Lloyd #3338 yr. 1896; #3338; CF55


PATCHAED, DR. J.S. Kennedy (deceased) post mort. exam performed by Dr. J.S. Patchaed on 20 Nov. 1877 case 919; CF 33


PATNODE, ALEXANDER Bunk, Michel (Patnode, Alexander St. Wis vs) Assault & rape of Briget Sharredon yr. 1856; CX2671; CF 19


PATTERSON, W.R. NOTIC OF ATTACHMENT. MANITOWOC COUTNY, CITY OF MANItowoc, ss. In Justiees' (sic) Court, before George B. Byron, Justice of the Peace. To W.R. Patterson: You are hereby notified that a warrant of attachment has been issued against you and your property attached to satisfy the demand of Robert Heiden, amounting to forty three dollars and twenty five cents. Now, unless you shall appear before George B. Byron, a Justice of the Peace in and for said county, at his offic in said city, on the 19th day of November, A.D. 1881, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, judgment will be rendered against you, and your property sold to pay the debt. Dated this 20th day of October, A.D. 1881. ROBERT HEIDEN, Plaintiff. Sedgwick & Forrest, Plff's Att'ys. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, November 1, 1881 P. 1


PAULUS, CARL H. Duhnke, Reinhold E. an incompetant person sister, Laura A. Wakefield of Lake Co, Ill. petition to dismiss Carl H. Paulus as guardian of Duhnke & to appoint Henry Wernecke as guardian suspects Paulus has embezzled funds Paulus was found incompetent yr. 1899; #3683; CF59


PAUTZ, CARL Denway, John; Pautz, Carl & Pautz, Gottlieb (Theodore C. Shove & Fred Harris) yr. 1883; #1352; CF39; SJB


PAUTZ, CARL Denway, John; Pautz, Carl & Pautz, Gottlieb (Theo C. Shove & Fred H. Harris) yr. 1883; #1358; CF39


PAUTZ, FRED Engel, Wilhelm vs Pautz, Fred indebtedness yr. 1886; #1567a; CF42


PAUTZ, GOTTLIEB Denway, John; Pautz, Carl & Pautz, Gottlieb (Theodore C. Shove & Fred Harris) yr. 1883; #1352; CF39; SJB


PAUTZ, GOTTLIEB Denway, John; Pautz, Carl & Pautz, Gottlieb (Theo C. Shove & Fred H. Harris) yr. 1883; #1358; CF39


PAUTZ, GOTTLIEB Drum, George (Pautz, Gottlieb vs) Estate of Ernestine Drum deceased John Drum; George Drum Jr. yr. 1894; #1506; CF42


PAUTZ, GUTTLIEB Drum George & Drum, Johnne Minors. Guardian (Walker, W.A.) Sale of land. (Pautz, Guttlieb (sic)) yr. 1880; #1702; CF45


PAUTZ, JOHN Kauen, Wilhelmina vs Pautz (?), Louise & John yr. 1884; #1377; CF 28 see Kautz


PAUTZ, LOUISE Kauen, Wilhelmina vs Pautz (?), Louise & John yr. 1884; #1377; CF 28 see Kautz


PAUTZ, WILLIAM Koch, Carl dau Ida Koch (Pautz, William vs)son William Pautz Jr. Defaming of sons name (charged w/ sexual assault) yr. 1874; #496; CF27


PAVLICK, JOHN Case, J.I. Threshing Co. vs Pavlick, John yr. 1881; #1183; CF 36


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


PEASE, ERASTUS 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


PEASE, RUTH 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


PEBER, HENRICK State of Wis. Manitowoc Co. Anderski, Joseph; Peber, Henrick; Biefield, Frederick; Sy, Wilhelm; Newhouse, Edward; Estabrook, O.E.; vs Wilke, Godfried Sr. Devorced(sic) are Caroline Wilke & Godfried Wilke Sale of land yr. 1875; Case 622; Box C.F. 29


PECH, ANTON Kappler, Joseph Deft. Jora, Anton & Pech, Anton Pltf. Collect money for working with thrashmachine yr. 1887; #1664; CF 43


PECH, JOSEPH IN PROBATE.-MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT. In the matter of the Guardianship of Mathias Pech, Ignatz Pech, Franz Pech, Antonia Pech, and Maria Pech, minors. On reading and filing the Petition of Joseph Pech, respresenting that he is the father of said minors, and that by the last will and testament of Barbara Pech, wife of said petitioner, they are entitied to certain legacies, made payable in the Empire of Austria, in Europe, and praying that said petitioner, be appointed Guardian of said minors, it is ordered, that said petition be heard before the Judge of this Court, at his office in the village of Manitowoc in said County, on the 9th day of April, A.D. 1855, at 10 o'clock A.M., or as soon thereafter as the same can be heard, and that notice thereof be given to all persons interested by publishing a copy of this order for three weeks successively prior to said day of hearing in the Manitowoc Tribune, a weekly newspaper published in said County. GEO. L. LEE, County Judge. Manitowoc, March 8, 1855. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, March 22, 1855 P. 3


PECK, ANTON Jors, Anton & Peck, Anton vs. Kappler, John collect pay for working with thresh machine yr. 1887; #1664; CF 43


PECK, HENRY J. Armitage, Johanna - (Nelson, Martin G.) (previous marriage to Henry J. Peck) yr. 1892; 2102; CF 48


PEFFERLE, STEPHEN Dellebeck, Andrew Oleson (State of Wis) vs Hougen, Ole K. et al; Anderson, Kund; Anderson, Martin T. Anderson, Thomas; Christianson, T.E. Gulikson, Nils; Gutman, John; Gutman, Joseph; Hougen, Knud; Isaacson, Ole; Jurgenson, Gulik; Knudson, Carl; Knudson, K.L.; Knudson, K.O.; Larson, John; Larson, Ole; Nelson, Nels; Olson, Benedict; Pefferle, Stephen; Thompson, Christian; Thompson, Ole H. Charged with shooting & killing of Gudman Olson Dellebeck yr. 1879; CX2445; CF18


PEICE, JEROME 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


PELISEK, FRANK DFT - Kafka, Margaret; Pelisek, Frank; Mach, Frank; Hodlicka, Anna, Anton, Frank, Emma, Charles Shimonek, Wenzel; Libal, Joseph; Polack, John PTF-Walterbach, Peter yr. 1889; #1324; CF 38


PELKEY, GEORGE Courchain, Peter vs George Pelkey yr. 1868; #1868; CF13


PELKY, GEORGE Kaufmann, Peter vs Pelky, George Property dispute yr. 1882; #1253; CF 39


PELLE, LUTHER COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. 21-In re estate of Luther Pelle, deceased; account of administrator, Joseph Eatough, allowed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 28, 1882 P. 4


PELLET, ADA 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


PELLET, EDITH 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


PELLET, JANE 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


PELLET, JASON Brown, Peter & Mary his wife (Jason Pellet vs) yr. 1869; #68; CF 70


PELLET, SARAH 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


PELLETT, EDITH 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


PELLETT, GEORGE Jason Birdsall, Coe W. Defendant - State of Wisconsin Plaintiff Dfndt accuse of felonious assault when he attacked George Jason Pellett with a pitch fork and ran same thru Pellets hard and attempted to run the fork thru Pellets head. Incident occurred in the Town of Gibson. yr. 1866; #2005; Box CF 15 FLB


PELLETT, JANE 3-In re estate of Jane Pellett, and alleged insane person:-Bond of guardian filed and approved and Letters of guardianship issued. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1882 P. 4


PELLETT, JASON Aultman Taylor vs Pellett, Jason, administrator of Birdsall, John, late of the Town of Clay Banks, Door Co, Wi Promissory note yr. 1874; #250; CF 24


PELLETT, LUTHER COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. March 13-In re estate of Luther Pellett, deceased; final account of guardian allowed, and residue of property distributed to heirs; J.C. McCarty appointed administrator. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, March 21, 1882 P. 4


PELLETT, SARAH 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


PELLISSIER, JOSEPHINE (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


PELLLET, LUTHER 3-In re estate of Luther Pelllet (sic), deceased:-At the hearing of the petition of Joseph B. Eatough for the appointment of an administrator and allowance for final account, appeared for said Joseph B. Eatough, his attorney, Henry Sibree, Esq. appeared for opposition, H.G. Turner, Esq. Adjourned till Feb. 17, 1882 at 10 a.m. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1882 P. 4


PELTIER, GEORGE Bolley, Josette vs Peltier, George E1/2 of NE1/4-NW1/4 & S1/4 of W1/2 of NE/4 & NE/4 S 7, T20, R24 Land dispute pltff claims to have been married to Joseph Tart (which see) def says she was never legally md to Tart yr. 1890; #1959; CF 46


PELTIN, GEORGE The following cases were disposed of in the Circuit Court during the past week: Peter Kaufman vs George Peltin: Jury drawn; trial; verdict returned for the plaintiff and his damages assessed at the sum of thirty dollars. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, June 20, 1882 P. 4


PEMBROKE, GEORGE E. Burns, J. Clinton - (George E. Pembroke vs) yr. 1850; X58; CF 1


PENTZER, HEINRICH Kazelka, Anna (Complainant) (State of Wus. vs. Heinrich Pentzen) #CF 69


PEPPARD, ELLEN Damler, Christiana (Peppard, John; Peppard, Ellen; Kolwey, August; Barnes, John W.; Mendlik, Henry; Mulholland, Henry Jr.) yr. 1891; #2107; CF48


PEPPARD, JOHN Barnes, John W.; Henry Mendlik & Henry Mulholland Jr. vs John Peppard yr. 1892; #2085; CF 48


PEPPARD, JOHN Kolway, August H. vs. Peppard, John yr. 1893; #2068; CF 48


PEPPARD, JOHN Damler, Christiana (Peppard, John; Peppard, Ellen; Kolwey, August; Barnes, John W.; Mendlik, Henry; Mulholland, Henry Jr.) yr. 1891; #2107; CF48


PEREGO, JOHN W. United States Marshal's Sale. John W. Perego, Edward B. Bulkley, John G. Plimpton, & George L. Bulkley vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Holverson, Benjamin Wellington. Henry W. Wellington, vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Halverson & Benjamin Wellington. Welles Coverly, J.N. Frye & Hiram Knapp. vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Halverson & Benjamin Wellington. John L. Emmons, James H. Danfort & Pretiss W. Scudder. vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Halverson & Benjamin Wellington. Daniel B. Stedman, George Stedman & S.P. Rider. vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Halverson & Benjamin Wellington. Henry W. Wellington, John A.D. Gross, Cornelius Wellington & Nathan H. Daniels. vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Halverson & Benjamin Wellington. Joel E. Holbrook & Joseph A. Arnold. vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Halverson & Benjamin Wellington. Samuel D. Talbott. vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Halverson & Benjamin Wellington. Frederic Sweetser, Samuel H. Gookin, James Swan & Isaac D. Blodgett, vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Halverson & Benjamin Wellington. By virtue of nine writs of Fi. Fa. issued by the District court of the United States for the District of Wisconsin, on the 2d day of December, 1861, in the above entitled causes, I have seized and taken, and shall expose for sale, and sell at public vendue, to the highest bidder, on Monday the 30th day of December, 1861, between the hours of 9 o'clock A.M. and 4 o'clock P.M., at the Store lately occupied by the above named defendants, in the Village of Manitowoc, and state of Wisconsin, the following described personal property to-wit: The stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Hardware Boots and Shoe, Previsions, &c., now in the store lately occupied by the above named defendents. Also 1 lot of lumber now lying on the south side of the North Pier, supposed to contain 20,000 feet, be the same more or less. One lot of culled lumber on the dock owned by said defendants and suppose to contain ten thousand feet be the same more or less. One lot of lumber laying at Brown's Mill in the village of Manitowoc, suppose to contain ten thousand fee be the same more or less. One lot of logs lying in the Manitowoc River containing 1,000,000 feet be the same more or less marked as follows, to wit: (VV.K, TC,-LMJ.) 34 M. shingles lying on the lot lately occupied by said defendants, 300 Cedar Posts in the same place. 1 new double wagon; 1 lot of Rye containing 1200 bushels more or less. 1 lot of Barley containing 80 bushels more or less; 4 large safe; 2 show cases; 2 stoves with pipe attached; 1 lot Coupter Scales, fixtures &c., belonging to said defendants. 1 lot of Grind Stones; 10 Kettles; 2 Fanning Mills; 1 Truck; 3 sets Platform scales; 1 large lot of Sash; 5 Cultivators; 5 Straw Cutters; 1 lot of Clover Seed; 1 lot of Timothy seed; 1 Corn Sheller; 1 lot Fish barrels; 1 small lot Oak Timber. And other articles too numerous to mention. Said sale will continue from day to day until the whole property is disposed of. Darius C. Jackson, Marshal. By S.S. St. John, Deputy, Dated at Manitowoc, December, 6th 1861 Manitowoc Tri Weekly Tribune, Saturday, December 14, 1861 P. 6


PEREGO, JOHN W. 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


PERIGO, JOHN W. 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


PERKINS, N.W. 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


PERKINS, NATHAN W. 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


PERRY, (NO NAME) 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


PERRY, ANGELINA B. Deitl, Edward (Perry, Angelina B. vs) Order for security for costs yr. 1881; X2384; CF17


PERRY, FREDERICK 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


PERRY, ISAAC Beach, Samuel E.; Thurber, Samuel W. Plaintiffs Smalley, Edmund J.; Perry, Joseph L.; Perry, Isaac Defendants Plntfs DBA Thurber & Beach seek to recover $182 on a note signed by dfndts DBA as Perry, Smalley & Co. yr. 1859; #2105; Box CF 16 FLB


PERRY, JAMES B. 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


PERRY, JOSEPH L. Beach, Samuel E.; Thurber, Samuel W. Plaintiffs Smalley, Edmund J.; Perry, Joseph L.; Perry, Isaac Defendants Plntfs DBA Thurber & Beach seek to recover $182 on a note signed by dfndts DBA as Perry, Smalley & Co. yr. 1859; #2105; Box CF 16 FLB


PERRY, JOSEPH N. Ashton, John Plaintiff - Perry, Joseph N. Defendant Edgar D. Beardsley and Jonas Richards are appointed receivers for all possessions and debts of Perry, Joseph N. they post bond of 800.00 yr. 1859; #1777; Box CF 14 FLB


PERRY, JOSEPH N. Beardsley, Edgar; Richards Jonas Above are appointed receivers for all possessions and debts of Joseph N Perry. They post bond of $800.00 yr. 1859; #1777; Box CF 14 FLB


PETERSEN, ANDREW Anderson, Ole Plaintiff - Petersen, Andrew Defendant Plaintiff seeks to collect $62.00 plus 12% interest for 2 yrs. yr. 1857; #1768; Box CF 14 FLB


PETERSEN, LOUIS Christian, Lizzie Mary (St Wis) vs Petersen, Louis Bastardy yr. 1875; CX2693; CF19


PETERSEN, THOMAS Brandeis, Jacob vs Petersen, Thomas non-payment on note yr. 1881; 1180; CF 36


PETERSON, LORENZ State of Wis vs Birdsall, John E. (????) Jacob Hessel vs John E. Birdsall; Benj. Birdsall; Willis Gillett assault in Tn. Kossuth subpoenea to: Margaretha Ewe; Anna Maria Hessel Sr.; John Hessel; Martin Hasemer; Anna Maria Hessel wife of John Hessel; John Fetzer; Anna Maria Hessel, wife of Jacob Hessel; Caspar Ewe; Henry Ma?? 7 wit. fees pd to Judgment of "guilty for dfts" $50. + costs remanded to Sheboygan jail till paid (more on back of card) (back of card) wit. for prosecution Jacob Hessel; Chas. Mueller; Anna Maria Hessel; John H(can't read); Caspar Ewe; Margaretha Ewe; Martin Hassemer; Anna Maria Hessel, Mother of Jacob Hessel; John Herschman; wit. for dft. D. ?. Westgate; Lorenz Peterson; Caspar Ewe brother-in-law of Jacob Hessel; ??? U.S.A. 8 yrs.; Anna Maria Hessel, wife of John Hessel test. her husb a "bro. of Jacob" Hessel family man, wife & 3 chr ages 9, 8 & 9 mos. Ewe family - man, wife, mother of wife, 5 ch & Martin Hassemer Hessel shot, broken arm, may need amputation. yr. 1854; #253; CF 2


PETERSON, THOMAS Broudes, Jonas vs Peterson, Thomas yr. 1878; X1631; CF 13


PFEFFER, ALOIS COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. March 15-In re estate of Alois Pfeffer, decease; order to hear petition for administration. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, March 21, 1882 P. 4


PFEFFER, ALOIS COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. In re estate of Alois Pfeffer, deceased; order for appointment and bonds of administrator; proof of publication of notice. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, April 25, 1882 P. 1


PFEFFER, JOHN Becker, Joseph F. Plaintiff - Pfeffer, John Defendant Dfndt borrowed $100.00 from plntf on a six month 12% interest note to be repaid at the German Bank of Sheboygan yr. 1859; #2196; Box CF 16 FLB


PHELPS, GEORGE H. Armsby, Fayette Plaintiff - Harris, Erwin; Harris, Emily Defendant Plntf seeks to foreclose on a mortgage for $400.00 on 6 1/2 acres in town of Cato. Defendants have left the State Other dfndts listed are Parmenud A. Camp, Frederick A. Marshall, Hiram A. Barrett; Charles A Canwright; Franklin D Grey; Eleazer W. Densmore; George H. Phelps. Only Canwright of the above is still in the State of Wis. yr. 1858; #1770; Box CF 14 FLB


PHELPS, WM. Hiram Champlin (Wm. Phelps vs) yr. 1851; X72; CF1


PHILLIP, JAMES Kahlenberg, Albert vs Phillip, James yr. 1879; #1082; CF 9


PHILLIPS, SAM. H. 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


PHILLIPS, SARAH E. FORECLOSURE SALE. Circuit Court, Manitowoc County. Abram D. Hull, Pl'ff. Against Sarah Parkhurst, Sarah E. Phillips and Susan M. Phillips heirs of William Phillips deceased, by T.C. Shove, their Guardian Defenodnnts (sic). Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. IN virtue of and pursuant to a judgment rendered in the above entitled action, dated November 1st, 1862, I shall expose for Sale and sell at public auction at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc, County and State aforesaid, on Monday the 16th day of February, A.D., 1863, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, the following described mortgaged premises or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said judgment interest and costs together with the expenses of sale to wit: All that certain piece or parcel of land described as follows, viz: The East Half of the North West quarter, and the North East quarter of the South West quarter of Section Number Six (6) in Township Nineteen (19) North of Range Number Twenty-Two (22) East, containing one hundred and twenty acres of land in the County of Manitowoc, and State of Wisconsin. Dated at Sheriff's office, Nov. 10, 1862. Wyman Murphy, Sheriff. By R.T. Blaze, Under Sheriff. J.D. Markham, Att'y for Pl'ff. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Wednesday, March 18, 1863 P. 4


PHILLIPS, SUSAN M. FORECLOSURE SALE. Circuit Court, Manitowoc County. Abram D. Hull, Pl'ff. Against Sarah Parkhurst, Sarah E. Phillips and Susan M. Phillips heirs of William Phillips deceased, by T.C. Shove, their Guardian Defenodnnts (sic). Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. IN virtue of and pursuant to a judgment rendered in the above entitled action, dated November 1st, 1862, I shall expose for Sale and sell at public auction at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc, County and State aforesaid, on Monday the 16th day of February, A.D., 1863, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, the following described mortgaged premises or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said judgment interest and costs together with the expenses of sale to wit: All that certain piece or parcel of land described as follows, viz: The East Half of the North West quarter, and the North East quarter of the South West quarter of Section Number Six (6) in Township Nineteen (19) North of Range Number Twenty-Two (22) East, containing one hundred and twenty acres of land in the County of Manitowoc, and State of Wisconsin. Dated at Sheriff's office, Nov. 10, 1862. Wyman Murphy, Sheriff. By R.T. Blaze, Under Sheriff. J.D. Markham, Att'y for Pl'ff. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Wednesday, March 18, 1863 P. 4


PHILLIPS, WILLIAM FORECLOSURE SALE. Circuit Court, Manitowoc County. Abram D. Hull, Pl'ff. Against Sarah Parkhurst, Sarah E. Phillips and Susan M. Phillips heirs of William Phillips deceased, by T.C. Shove, their Guardian Defenodnnts (sic). Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. IN virtue of and pursuant to a judgment rendered in the above entitled action, dated November 1st, 1862, I shall expose for Sale and sell at public auction at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc, County and State aforesaid, on Monday the 16th day of February, A.D., 1863, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, the following described mortgaged premises or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said judgment interest and costs together with the expenses of sale to wit: All that certain piece or parcel of land described as follows, viz: The East Half of the North West quarter, and the North East quarter of the South West quarter of Section Number Six (6) in Township Nineteen (19) North of Range Number Twenty-Two (22) East, containing one hundred and twenty acres of land in the County of Manitowoc, and State of Wisconsin. Dated at Sheriff's office, Nov. 10, 1862. Wyman Murphy, Sheriff. By R.T. Blaze, Under Sheriff. J.D. Markham, Att'y for Pl'ff. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Wednesday, March 18, 1863 P. 4


PHINNEY, ELIHA STATE OF WISCONSIN. Manitowoc County Circuit Court. In Equity. Bill for partition of Real Estate. Benj. Jones vs Levi Beardsley, Philo Gridley, Samuel Stocking, Eliha Phinney, Thomas H. Hubbard, Charles A. Mann, Peter Van Vechten, Charles D. Gould, Robert M. Seymour, Bradford R. Wood and Oliver O. Morse, are now residents of the State of Wisconsin, and that there are certain other persons whose names and places of residence are unknown, who have or claim to have some interest in the lands of which partition is sought by the Bill in this cause, and that no appearance has been entered in this cause by said defendants last above named, or any of them or by any other person or persons as defendants in this cause. On motion of Lee & Walker solicitors for the complainant it is ordered that said defendants Levi Beardsley, Philo Gridley, Samuel Stocking, Eliha Phinney, Thos. H. Hubbard, Charles A. Mann, Rob. M. Seymour, Bradford R. Wood, Oliver A. Morse and all other person, who have or claim to have any interest in the said premises do appear and plead answer or demur to the complainents Bill of Complaint on file in this cause, by the second day of July next, and that in default thereof said Bill will be taken as confessed by them and each and every of them. The said premises above mentioned, the partition of which is sought by the Bill in this cause are described as follows to wit: "The west half of Section No. thirty (30) in Township No. nineteen (19) north of Range No. twenty four (24) east in the County of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin, containing three hundred and twenty (320) acres of Land according to Government survey thereof. It is further ordered that the complainant cause a copy of this order to be published in the Manitowoc Tribune a newspaper published in said Manitowoc County, for six weeks successively prior to said second day of July A.D. 1855. Dated March 22nd. 1855 Lee & Walker Sols. for Complt. By the Court, W.R. Go?sline, Judge. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, April 5, 1855 P. 3


PHIPPS, W.H. COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. In re estate of Wm. Phipps, deceased; will presented for probate by W.H. Phipps; orders entered for proof of will. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, April 25, 1882 P. 1


PHIPPS, WILLIAM COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. Smart, J. June, 1882.-In re estate of William Phipps, deceased; Fred Hineman and Max Stauss appointed appraisers. Inventory filed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, July 11, 1882 P. 4


PHIPPS, WM. COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. In re estate of Wm. Phipps, deceased; will presented for probate by W.H. Phipps; orders entered for proof of will. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, April 25, 1882 P. 1


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


PIENING, ADOLPH Am. Fire Ins. Co. def. vs - Piening Adolph assignee for T.C. Shove Banking Co. pl. yr.1892; 2301; CF ??


PIENING, ADOLPH Bibinger, John; Shove, Charles J.; Harris, John E.; (Piening Adolph) About a promissory note yr. 1894; Case No. 3031; Box No. C.F. 51


PIENING, ADOLPH Jones, G.W. pl. Piening, Adolph yr. 1893; #2178; CF ?9


PIENING, ADOLPH Endress, Adolph J. (Adolph Piening vs) To do with failure of bank (Shove Banking Co.) yr. 1894; #3003; CF50


PIENING, ADOLPH Endress, Charles W.; Endress, Emil; Endress, Robert et al (Adolph Piening vs) Note-financial suit yr. 1894; #2289; CF50


PIENING, ADOLPH (First publication April 30th 1891.) STATE OF WISCONSIN. CIRCUIT COURT FOR MANITOWOC COUNTY. Adolph Piening, plaintiff, vs. John Heldt and Wilhelmine Heldt, his wife, Herbert L. Markham, and Nicolaus Schuster, defendants. By virtue of a judgment of foreclosure and sale in the above entitled action, dated April 28, 1890, and docketed in the office of the clerk of said court on the 25th day of April, 1890, I, the undersigned sheriff of said county, shall offer for sale and sell to the highest and best bidder, at the sheriffs office in the court house, at the city and county of Manitowoc, in the state of Wisconsin, on the 13th day of June, 1891, at two o'clock in the afternoon, to satisfy the amount due to the plaintiff for principal, interest and cost under said judgment, all the real estate therein directed to be sold and which is situated in Manitowoc county, Wisconsin, and is described as follows to-wit: The south half of the north east quarter (s. 1/2 of n.e. 1/4) of section number fourteen, (14), in township number twenty one, (21), north, of range number twenty four, (24), east, containing eighty acres of land more or less. Dated April 27th 1891. John Bolen, Sheriff of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin. Schmitz & Kirwan, plaintiff's Attorneys. Manitowoc Der Nord Westen, Thursday, June 4, 1891 P. 5


PIEPER, MARTIN Klotzien, Christian Pieper, Martin Plaintiff of Sheboygan County Plaintiff seeks to collect on a personal note for $200.00. Interest 10% term 1 year. yr. 1859; #1874; CF14


PIERCE, (NO NAME) Calkins vs Pierce yr. 1868; X937; CF 8


PIERCE, ALONZO C. T.W. Baker vs Alonzo C. Pierce & Pliny Pierce yr. 1852; X93; CF 1


PIERCE, CHARLES Dumke, A.F. (Charles Pierce et al vs) yr. 1875; #414


PIERCE, CHARLES Dumke, A.F. (Charles Pierce et al vs) Promissory note yr. 1875; #414; CF26


PIERCE, JEROME P. In the District Court of the United States for the district of Wisconsin In Bankruptcy In the matter of P. Jerome Pierce and Gideon Slye, bankrupts. At Milwaukee, on the 21st day of January, 1870. This is to give notice that I have filed my final accounts as assignee of the estate of P. Jerome Pierce and Gideon Slye, bankrupts, in said court, and that on the tenth day of February, A.D. 1870, next, I shall apply to said court for a discharge from all liability as assignee of said estate in accordance with the provisions of the twenty-eighth section of the bankrupt act of March 2, 1867. Charles H. Walker, Assignee


PIERCE, P. T.W. Baker - (P. Pierce vs) yr. 1852; X96; CF 1


PIERCE, P.J. P.J. Pierce ag. John Runge. Appeal. Markham, Pltff's Att. Nichols, Deft's Att. Appeal dismissed without cost. CIRCUIT COURT for MANITOWOC COUNTY. JUDGE TAYLOR PRESIDING. April 28, 1859.


PIERCE, P.J. CIRCUIT COURT. The following proceedings have been had in Circuit Court: P.J. Haunch vs Thos. Hagerty-Judgment of foreclosure filed. Jos. Munhall vs. R.S. O'Connell-Continued. J.J. Lyons vs. P.J. Pierce-Verdict for the plaintiff. Henry Haupt vs T.C. Shove et al.-Continued. Flentje vs. Bretschneider-Ver. for plaintiff. Aurilla Heath vs. Ch. Heath-Divorce granted. Mary Ornestein vs. Charles Ornestein-Divorce granted. Chas. Krueger et. al. vs. H. Sandford and others-Judgment for Plff. $300 and costs. Catherine Lynch vs. Patrick Lynch-Case Dismissed. T.C. Shove vs. City of Manitowoc-Judgement for Plff. $201.20 and costs. State vs. Anton Symbol-Dismissed. State vs. Peter Jarnik-Dismissed. State vs. Saubert-Dismissed. State vs. Morris-Motion for charge of venue to another county made, and under consideration. Yesterday the Jury was discharged and Court adjourned until Tuesday next. If the Morris case should be tried a special venire (sic) for Jury will be issued. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 19, 1886 P.3


PIERCE, P.J. COUNTY COURT PRECEEDIGNS. Smart, J. Feb.28. In re estate of Margaret Lovely, deceased; letters testamentary issued to P.J. Pierce. T.W. Byrnes and W.G. Lueps appointed appraisers. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, March 7, 1882 P.4


PIERCE, P.J. 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


PIERCE, P.J. COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. In re estate of Zeriah Sumner, deceased; bond of administrator, P.J. Pierce. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, April 25, 1882 P. 1


PIERCE, P. JEROME (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


PIERCE, PLINY T.W. Baker vs Alonzo C. Pierce & Pliny Pierce yr. 1852; X93; CF 1


PIERCE, PLINY James Cahill vs Pliny Pierce yr. 1852; X108; CF1


PIERCE, T. JEROME Blake, Robert F. Defendant Pierce, T. Jerome Plaintiff Blake as deputy sheriff, persuant to a court order in the case of William S. Jones and Thomas S. Shepard VS George S. Glover and William Glovers, Blake conficated(sic) about 30,000 feet of pine lumber on the pier at Manitowoc as stock in trade of the Glover firm. Jury didn't agree with Blake and awarded Pierce $220.00 damages. yr. 1862; #1866; Box CF 14 FLB


PIERPONT CO. Apel, Charles August Plaintiff Pierpont Co: Pierpont, Henry S.; Babcock, Timothy; Canfield, Edward; Canfield, John partners Defendants issued a note in amt $300 for 9 months w interest in 1858 to Robert Sarochan. Plaintiff bought note from Sarochan. Judge ordered def's to pay $490.25 yr. 1866; #1778; Box CF 14 FLB


PIERPONT, HENRY Kabat, Joseph; Annie his wife Defendant Pierpont, Henry S. Plntf receiver for the estate of Obediah Platt yr. 1863; #1881; CF 14 FLB


PIERPONT, HENRY S. Apel, Charles August Plaintiff Pierpont Co: Pierpont, Henry S.; Babcock, Timothy; Canfield, Edward; Canfield, John partners Defendants issued a note in amt $300 for 9 months w interest in 1858 to Robert Sarochan. Plaintiff bought note from Sarochan. Judge ordered def's to pay $490.25 yr. 1866; #1778; Box CF 14 FLB


PIERPONT, HENRY S. Bratz, John Defendant - Pierpont, Henry S. Receiver for Obed. Platt Suit to collect on three notes of $50.00 ea dated Oct. 31 1860 Due dates 7 months, 15 months 17 months 27 months after issue. yr. 1883; #1884; Box CF 14 FLB


PIERPONT, J.S. Bulkley, Charles E. Plaintiff Sherwood, Jesse E. Defendant Plntf seeks to foreclose on lands and personal property of defndt in town of Maple Grove. dfndt debt originally owed to Obediah Platt, transfered to J.S. Pierpont as reciever of Platt assets then transfered to Bulkley. Sherwood has left Wisconsin to take up residence in Nevada. (note entry as written) yr. 1854; #1751; Box CF 14 FLB


PINEGAN, OWEN 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


PINGEL, (NO NAME) Bartels - Pingel yr. 1877; 744; CF 30


PINGEL, FREDERICKA Bartels, Christian vs Pingel, Fredericka Promisary(sic) note S. of W. yr. 1877; No. 744; Box CF #0


PINGER, JOHN Plaintiff Beers, Charles - Defendant Mtwc. Northern Traction Co. Jury list - Joseph Menne; George Grimm; Joseph Miller; Herman Heinz; August Schulz; Ferd Heyroth; M. O'Connor; Math T?ingen; Frank Link; John Pinger; Math Tischler; Chas Voelker yr. 1903; 3952; CF 63


PIPER, CATHERINE Killen, John vs Piper, Catherine Promissary note yr. 1887; #1621; CF 42


PIPER, GEORGE Brandes, Fritz vs Piper, George W. & Mary Piper (St. Wis) Assault & beat yr. 1878; CX2511; CF 18


PIPER, JEROME Manitowoc County. City of Manitowoc. In Justice Court. To Jerome Piper, Esq., You are hereby notified that warrant of attachment has been issued against you and your property attached to satisfy the demand of Harvey F. Hubbard and Henry Noble amounting to Forty Seven dollars ($47.00.) Now unless you shall appear before Gustave H. Kiland; at his office in said city of Manitowoc on the 22nd daty of June, A.D. 1886 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, judgment will be rendered against you and your property sold to pay the debt. Dated this 22nd day of May, A.D. 1886. G.G. Sedgwick Palintiff's Attorney, Harvey F. Hubbuard, Henry Noble, Plaintiffs. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, July 6, 1886 P.2


PIPER, MARY Brandes, Fritz vs Piper, George W. & Mary Piper (St. Wis) Assault & beat yr. 1878; CX2511; CF 18


PISHKA, PAUL Budneck, Albert vs. Pishka, Paul Money for building contracted yr. 1894; Case No. 3053; Box No. C.F. 51


PITCH, JOHN P. DeMusil, Catherine; DeMusil, Theodore Plaintiffs Riplinger, Michael Defendant An action requesting the (sic) court to appoint John P. Pitch as guardian Ad Litem to represent the children of Franz DeMusil Namely Catherine age 18, theodore (sic) age 17, Anna Gollen mother of Frank DeMusil age 13, Mathias age 12, Peter age 10, John age 8. Franz DeMusil died Jan 12 1869 but before death he turned over certain real estate in town of Newton to defendant to be used for his children. def refuses to relaease (sic) same. Guardian is to prosecute this trust. yr. 1876; #1952; CF15


PITTS, J.L. Knopwurst, William G. & Catherine (Pitts, J.L. et al vs) notes signed for puchasing thrashing machine yr. 1875; #252; CF24


PITZ, ELIZ Barnes, John W. vs Pitz John J. & Pitz Eliz Mortgage yr. 1887; No 1837; Box CF 44


PITZ, JOHN COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. 21-In re estate of Fred Willert, deceased; bond of administrator, John Pitz, examined and approved. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 28, 1882 P. 4


PITZ, JOHN COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. Feb. 14-In re estate of Fred Willert, deceased; order entered for the sale of real estate by the administrator, John Pitz, for the payment of debts; contract of widow as to dower approved. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 28, 1882 P. 4


PITZ, JOHN J. Barnes, John W. vs Pitz John J. & Pitz Eliz Mortgage yr. 1887; No 1837; Box CF 44


PLATT, J.E. NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioners appointed by the Hon. Timothy O. Howe, Judge of the Circuit Court in and for the county of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin, for the purpose of appraising damage, sustained by the owners of certain lands in said Manitowoc county and hereinafter described, taken by the Manitowoc and Mississippi Rail Road company for the use and construction of said Road, will meet at the office of Geo. L. Lee, in the village of Manitowoc, on Saturday, the 25th day of November inst., at 11 o'clock, a.m., for the purpose of assessing damages sustained by the following person, viz., Benj. Jones, Geo. Reed, Hinckley & Allen, Benj. W. Porter, Edmund W. Blim, H.H. Smith. J.E. Platt, O.H. Platt, Joshua Hathaway, and all other persons concerned, owning any interest in the following described lands and premises, lying and being in the village and county of Manitowoc, and state of Wisconsin, to wit: block no. 170, block no. 171, block no. 172, block no. 183, block no. 185, block no. 186, block no. 187, bl'k no. 212, block no. 213, block no. 214, block no. 242, block no. 243; at which time and place the said owners can appear before the said commissioners and be heard in their behalf. James Bennett, M. Fellows, H. McAllister, Commissioners. Dated Nov. 7th, 1854 Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, November 18, 1854 P. 3


PLATT, JARVES E. Kirling, Joseph vs Raymond, Marie A., her husband, Raymond, Charles; Thornton, John; Platt, Jarves E. Promissary Note yr. 1877; No. 720; Box CF30


PLATT, JARVIS E. Bach, Wm - (Platt, Jarvis E. vs) yr. 1870; #65; CF 22


PLATT, JARVIS E. CIRCUIT COURT for Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, to William Bach, Franciska Bach, Junius Judson, Joseph Lawson, Fred. Borcherdt, Jarvis E. Platt, Clause H. West, Henry Berline and Julius Brune defendants; You are hereby summoned and requred to answer the complaint of Samuel Williams Plaintiff, which was this day filed in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court for Manitowoc County, and to serve a copy of your answer on me at my office in the Village of Manitowoc, in the State of Wisconsin, within twenty days after the service of this summons on you, exclusive of the day of such 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. Publication of this summons is made to the above named defendant Junias Judson. S.A. WOOD, Att'y for Pl'ff. Dated Manitowoc Feb. 22d. 1859. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, April 30, 1859 P. 4


PLATT, O.H. 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


PLATT, O.H. NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioners appointed by the Hon. Timothy O. Howe, Judge of the Circuit Court in and for the county of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin, for the purpose of appraising damage, sustained by the owners of certain lands in said Manitowoc county and hereinafter described, taken by the Manitowoc and Mississippi Rail Road company for the use and construction of said Road, will meet at the office of Geo. L. Lee, in the village of Manitowoc, on Saturday, the 25th day of November inst., at 11 o'clock, a.m., for the purpose of assessing damages sustained by the following person, viz., Benj. Jones, Geo. Reed, Hinckley & Allen, Benj. W. Porter, Edmund W. Blim, H.H. Smith. J.E. Platt, O.H. Platt, Joshua Hathaway, and all other persons concerned, owning any interest in the following described lands and premises, lying and being in the village and county of Manitowoc, and state of Wisconsin, to wit: block no. 170, block no. 171, block no. 172, block no. 183, block no. 185, block no. 186, block no. 187, bl'k no. 212, block no. 213, block no. 214, block no. 242, block no. 243; at which time and place the said owners can appear before the said commissioners and be heard in their behalf. James Bennett, M. Fellows, H. McAllister, Commissioners. Dated Nov. 7th, 1854 Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, November 18, 1854 P. 3


PLATT, OBADIAH H. 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


PLATT, OBADIAH H. 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


PLATT, OBADIAH 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


PLATT, OBADIAH H. 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


PLATT, OBEDIAH Kabat, Joseph; Annie his wife Defendant Pierpont, Henry S. Plntf receiver for the estate of Obediah Platt yr. 1863; #1881; CF 14 FLB


PLATT, OBADIAH Bulkley, Charles E. Plaintiff Murphy, Wyman Defendant Murphy seeks a continuance until his attorney can get affidavits from Obadiah Platt and Joseph W. Thomas who are believed to be in the Nevada Territory. yr. 1864; #1745; Box CF 14 FLB


PLATT, OBED. Bratz, John Defendant - Pierpont, Henry S. Receiver for Obed. Platt Suit to collect on three notes of $50.00 ea dated Oct. 31 1860 Due dates 7 months, 15 months 17 months 27 months after issue. yr. 1883; #1884; Box CF 14 FLB


PLATT, OBEDIAH Bulkley, Charles E. Plaintiff Sherwood, Jesse E. Defendant Plntf seeks to foreclose on lands and personal property of defndt in town of Maple Grove. dfndt debt originally owed to Obediah Platt, transfered to J.S. Pierpont as reciever of Platt assets then transfered to Bulkley. Sherwood has left Wisconsin to take up residence in Nevada. (note entry as written) yr. 1854; #1751; Box CF 14 FLB


PLAUT, PHELLIS Cahier, Edward; Plaut, Phellis Defendants Poh, Peter Plaintiff Dfndts borrowed $300.00 from Joseph Edwards and mortgage land they had purchased from him. land 4 acres lies between Green Bay Road and Menasha Plank Road. Loan was by 3 note due 1 yr apart with interest at 7% Poe ??? Edwards sold mtg to Poh who is foreclosing for 250/00.(sic) Land brought 255 at sheriff's sale. yr. 1857 #2188; Box CF 16 FLB


PLEUSS, FREDERICH COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. Smart, J. In re estate of Frederich Pleuss, deceased: Order entered to hear petition for final settlement. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, July 18, 1882 P. 4


PLIMPTON, JOHN G. United States Marshal's Sale. John W. Perego, Edward B. Bulkley, John G. Plimpton, & George L. Bulkley vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Holverson, Benjamin Wellington. Henry W. Wellington, vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Halverson & Benjamin Wellington. Welles Coverly, J.N. Frye & Hiram Knapp. vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Halverson & Benjamin Wellington. John L. Emmons, James H. Danfort & Pretiss W. Scudder. vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Halverson & Benjamin Wellington. Daniel B. Stedman, George Stedman & S.P. Rider. vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Halverson & Benjamin Wellington. Henry W. Wellington, John A.D. Gross, Cornelius Wellington & Nathan H. Daniels. vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Halverson & Benjamin Wellington. Joel E. Holbrook & Joseph A. Arnold. vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Halverson & Benjamin Wellington. Samuel D. Talbott. vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Halverson & Benjamin Wellington. Frederic Sweetser, Samuel H. Gookin, James Swan & Isaac D. Blodgett, vs Gideon B. Collins, Jacob Halverson & Benjamin Wellington. By virtue of nine writs of Fi. Fa. issued by the District court of the United States for the District of Wisconsin, on the 2d day of December, 1861, in the above entitled causes, I have seized and taken, and shall expose for sale, and sell at public vendue, to the highest bidder, on Monday the 30th day of December, 1861, between the hours of 9 o'clock A.M. and 4 o'clock P.M., at the Store lately occupied by the above named defendants, in the Village of Manitowoc, and state of Wisconsin, the following described personal property to-wit: The stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Hardware Boots and Shoe, Previsions, &c., now in the store lately occupied by the above named defendents. Also 1 lot of lumber now lying on the south side of the North Pier, supposed to contain 20,000 feet, be the same more or less. One lot of culled lumber on the dock owned by said defendants and suppose to contain ten thousand feet be the same more or less. One lot of lumber laying at Brown's Mill in the village of Manitowoc, suppose to contain ten thousand fee be the same more or less. One lot of logs lying in the Manitowoc River containing 1,000,000 feet be the same more or less marked as follows, to wit: (VV.K, TC,-LMJ.) 34 M. shingles lying on the lot lately occupied by said defendants, 300 Cedar Posts in the same place. 1 new double wagon; 1 lot of Rye containing 1200 bushels more or less. 1 lot of Barley containing 80 bushels more or less; 4 large safe; 2 show cases; 2 stoves with pipe attached; 1 lot Coupter Scales, fixtures &c., belonging to said defendants. 1 lot of Grind Stones; 10 Kettles; 2 Fanning Mills; 1 Truck; 3 sets Platform scales; 1 large lot of Sash; 5 Cultivators; 5 Straw Cutters; 1 lot of Clover Seed; 1 lot of Timothy seed; 1 Corn Sheller; 1 lot Fish barrels; 1 small lot Oak Timber. And other articles too numerous to mention. Said sale will continue from day to day until the whole property is disposed of. Darius C. Jackson, Marshal. By S.S. St. John, Deputy, Dated at Manitowoc, December, 6th 1861 Manitowoc Tri Weekly Tribune, Saturday, December 14, 1861 P. 6


PLIMPTON, J.G. 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


PLIMPTON, JOHN G. 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


PLOTZMAN, FRED 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


PLUMB, (NO NAME) Buechner, Max etal (Plumb and Nelson vs) see Plumb and Nelson #3367


POENISCH, IVAHN Cordes, Joseph H. vs Ivahn Poenisch yr. 1859; #X1659; CF13


POESEL, JOSEPH Order to hear Petition for Final Settlement. First publication October 14th 1886. IN PROBATE-MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT. In the matter of the Estate of Joseph Poesel, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Joseph Augustin Administrator of the Estate of said deceased for the adjustment and allowance of his administration account (and the assignment of the residue of said Estate to such other persons as are by law entitled to the same): It is ordered, that said account be examined, adjusted and allowed at a regular term of said Court to be held at the office of the County Judge in the city of Manitowoc, in said County, on Tuesday, the 9th day November A.D., 1886. It is further ordered, that upon the adjustment and allowance of such account by this Court as aforesaid, the residue of said Estate be, by the further order and judgment of the Court, assigned to such persons as are by law entitled to the same. It is further ordered, that notice of the time and place of examination and allowance of such account, and of the assignment of the residue of said Estate, be given to all persons interested, by publication of this order for three successive weeks, before said day, in the Nordwesten a weekly newspaper printed and published at the City of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin. Dated October 12th, A.D., 1886. By the Court, Carl H. Schmidt, County Judge. Emil Baensch, Attorney. Manitowoc Der Nord Westen, Thursday, October 14, 1886 P. 5


POH, PETER Baumann, George vs Florentine, Joseph and Poh, Peter Promissory note yr. 1873; #226; CF 24


POH, PETER Cahier, Edward; Plaut, Phellis Defendants Poh, Peter Plaintiff Dfndts borrowed $300.00 from Joseph Edwards and mortgage land they had purchased from him. land 4 acres lies between Green Bay Road and Menasha Plank Road. Loan was by 3 note due 1 yr apart with interest at 7% Poe ??? Edwards sold mtg to Poh who is foreclosing for 250/00.(sic) Land brought 255 at sheriff's sale. yr. 1857 #2188; Box CF 16 FLB


POLACK, JOHN DFT - Kafka, Margaret; Pelisek, Frank; Mach, Frank; Hodlicka, Anna, Anton, Frank, Emma, Charles Shimonek, Wenzel; Libal, Joseph; Polack, John PTF-Walterbach, Peter yr. 1889; #1324; CF 38


POLIFKA, JOHN Clark, Job vs Polifka, John et al yr. 1898; #3611; CF58


POOL, A.C. 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


POOTZMAN, FRED 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


POPE, MARY 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


POPPE, AUGUST Bahr, Rosa (State of Wis) vs Poppe, August Father of her child yr. 1886; #75; CF 68


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


POPPER, HEINRICH PTF - Bender, Christopher - DFT - Popper, Heinrich yr. 1883; #1310; CF 38


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


PORT, D.W. Dft.- Jones, John H.; Port, D.W.; Newallee, Abbie Pft- Endress, C.; Endress, Emil yr. 1883; #1333; CF 38


PORT, D.W. Endress, C.; Endress, Emil-DFT Port, D.W.; Jones, John H.; Nevallee, Abbie-PTF yr. 1883; #1333; CF38


PORTER, BENJ. W. NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioners appointed by the Hon. Timothy O. Howe, Judge of the Circuit Court in and for the county of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin, for the purpose of appraising damage, sustained by the owners of certain lands in said Manitowoc county and hereinafter described, taken by the Manitowoc and Mississippi Rail Road company for the use and construction of said Road, will meet at the office of Geo. L. Lee, in the village of Manitowoc, on Saturday, the 25th day of November inst., at 11 o'clock, a.m., for the purpose of assessing damages sustained by the following person, viz., Benj. Jones, Geo. Reed, Hinckley & Allen, Benj. W. Porter, Edmund W. Blim, H.H. Smith. J.E. Platt, O.H. Platt, Joshua Hathaway, and all other persons concerned, owning any interest in the following described lands and premises, lying and being in the village and county of Manitowoc, and state of Wisconsin, to wit: block no. 170, block no. 171, block no. 172, block no. 183, block no. 185, block no. 186, block no. 187, bl'k no. 212, block no. 213, block no. 214, block no. 242, block no. 243; at which time and place the said owners can appear before the said commissioners and be heard in their behalf. James Bennett, M. Fellows, H. McAllister, Commissioners. Dated Nov. 7th, 1854 Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, November 18, 1854 P. 3


PORTER, WILLIAM J. Beattie, Mary Jane - (Porter, William J. vs) Foreclosure by Sheriff's sale yr. 1859; X2209; CF 17


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


PORTER, WILLIAM J. Emery, George M. (Porter, William J. vs) Rental agreement yr. 1859; X2227; CF17


POSER, FREDERICK Chrischow, John (Poser Frederick vs (State of Wis)) Stealing lumber yr. 1860; CX2267; CF17


POTH, NO NAME Kaufmann Poth yr. 1877; #714; CF 30


POTH, MATHIAS Kaufman, Bartholemew Deft. Poth, Mathias Pltf. Collect pay for labor yr. 1877; #726; CF 30


POTRATZ, MARIA Drumm, George, et al (Potratz, Maria vs) Premises sold at public auction yr. 1880; #1044; CF34


POTRATZ, MARIA Drumm, George, Jr. (Potratz, Maria vs) Geo. Drumm Sr. Premises sold at public auction yr. 1880; #1044; CF34


POTRATZ, MARIA Drumm, John (Potratz, Maria, vs) Geo. Drumm Sr. Premises sold at public auction yr. 1880; #1044; CF34


POTTER, O.O. Chase, William C. (Potter, O.O. vs) Promissory note yr. 1860; #2237; CF17


POWELL, J.R. Edwards, A.H. for the use of 2. morrow vs J.R. Powell yr. 1849; X14; CF1


POWELL, S. Altmann, C. vs Whitney, O.M. & Powell, S. Threshing Machine dispute yr. 1877; #779; CF 31


PRATT, PASCAL P. 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


PRATT, SAMUEL F. 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


PRESTON, ABRAM W. James S. Barclay vs Abram W. Preston (no more information) yr. 1856; X386; CF 3


PRICE, OTIS H. 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


PRICE, PLINNY 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


PRITCHARD, J.F., DR. Belzea, Jesse (deceased) post. mort. exam done 22 Nov 1877 by Dr. J.F. Pritchard


PROHCOW, GUSTAVE (Kaulzer, Edward) State of Wis. vs Prohcow, Gustave Assault yr. 1897; #302; CF 71


PULS, FREDERICH NOTICE TO CREDITORS. (First publication Jan 14th 1886.) IN PROBATE-MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT. In the matter of the Estate of Frederich Puls deceased. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Letters of administration on said Estate of Frederick Puls, deceased, having been issued to William Cummings on the 12th day of January, A.D., 1886, and six months from and after said day being allowed and limited for creditors to present their claims for examination and allowance, notice is hereby given that the undersigned will, on the first Tuesday of February, April, June and August, A.D. 1886, at the Probate Office in the City of Manitowoc, in said County, receive, and adjust all claims, and demands of all persons against said deceased. Dated January 12th 1886. Carl H. Schmidt, County Judge. Forrest & Blesch, Attorneys. Der Nord Westen, Thursday, January 28, 1886 P. 5


PURDY, OLIVER Dukelow, John vs Oliver Purdy yr. 1857; X382; CF3


PURDY, OLIVER 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 Oliver Purdy-I have levied upon and shall expose for sale at public vendue, and sell to the highest bidder at the office of Warren and 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 south west quarter of section No. four (4) in township No. eighteen (18) of range No. twenty-one (21) east in the county of Manitowoc containing eighty acres according to Government survey, to satisfy said execution, costs and interest. F.W. ADAMS, Sheriff, Sheriff's Office, Manitowoc, May 12, A.D. 1846.(sic) Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, May 15, 1856 P. 5


PURHN, THEODORE Becker, Joseph F. Plaintiff - Horstman, John; Purhn, Theodore A request that the court enforce a previous judgment and collect from dfndts personal or real property to satisfy said judgment yr. 1860; #1765; Box CF 14 FLB