MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT INDEX

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


RABORDY, FELIX Dobri, John et al (Adolphus Hudson as executor of estate of Felix Rabordy, deceased vs) Promissory note yr. 1873; #285 & #284; CF25


RADLER, ROBERT Knapp, Daniel & Radler, Robert Deft. Rendskopf, Sam Pltf. Partners in business yr. 1880; #696; CF30


RADTKE, AUGUST Aultman, C., Co., a foreign corporation vs Hanson, Hans C.; Hanson, Emilia, wife of Hans C.; Breier, William; Fliegler, Jacob; Westphal, H.C.; Hartwig, Charles; Ohio Rake Company; Pitts Agricultural Works; Wallich, Charlotte Mortgage Foreclosure cross reference Schallowitz, Theresa; Radtke, August; Ganger, Carl Jr. contains mortgage # 17993 yr. 1890-1891; #2000; CF 47


RAHR, MAX Centerville Brewing Co. (Rahr, Max vs) yr. 1892; #2206; CF 49


RAHR, NATALIE Bernhardt, Natalie age 27; Bernhardt, William, age 25; Bernhardt, Max age 23; Bernhardt, Richard 20; Bernhardt, Blanch age 15. Next of kin to Rahr William Rahr Natalie (Insane). City of Sheboygan Sale of Real Estate yr. 1884; Case No. 1717; Box No. C.F. 43


RAHR, REINHART Centerville Brewing Co. (Rahr, Reinhart vs) yr. 1892; #2206; CF 49


RAHR, WM. Killen, Wm. H. VS Reddin, Matt & his wf Anna Reddin; P. Hauch; J.P. Watt; John Gliner; Wencel Kellson; Wm. Rahr Sons Co.; John J. Muhau yr. 1899; #634; CF 58


RAHR, WILLIAM Allen, Silas M. Plaintiff - Rahr, William Defendant Plaintiff seeks to recover $318.88 on a note dated 16 Oct. 1858 Interest 12% term 3 days. yr. 1858; #1795; Box CF 14 FLB


RAHR, WILLIAM William Bach vs William Rahr yr. 1855; X321; CF 3


RAHR, WILLIAM Bernhardt, Natalie age 27; Bernhardt, William, age 25; Bernhardt, Max age 23; Bernhardt, Richard 20; Bernhardt, Blanch age 15. Next of kin to Rahr William Rahr Natalie (Insane). City of Sheboygan Sale of Real Estate yr. 1884; Case No. 1717; Box No. C.F. 43


RAHR, WILLIAM Centerville Brewing Co. (Rahr, William vs) yr. 1892; #2206; CF 49


RAHR, WILLIAM SHERIFF SALE, State of Wisconsin, in Circuit Court, Manitowoc County. William Rahr against Horace VanDoozen Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. In virtue of and pursuant to a judgment rendered in said Court in the above entitled action October 30th 1858. I shall expose for sale and sell at public auction at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc on the 26th day of January A.D. 1859 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, interests and cost, together with expenses to sale to-wit: Lot number three (3) in section number twenty four (24) in township number twenty five (25) east, also six and 30.100 acres off from lot number one (1) of section number twenty three (23) which is to be off from the north end of said township no. twenty five (25) in said range number twenty five (25) all being situated in the County of Kewaunee and State of Wisconsin. Dated Sheriff's office, Manitowoc, Wis., December 6th 1858. T.A.H. EDWARDS, Sheriff. By W.F. ELDRIDGE Deputy. CHARLES ESSLINGER Plt'ffs. Att'y. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Tuesday, January 4, 1859 P. 3


RALER, REINHART Berard, Disty - (Raler, Reinhart vs) yr. 1893; #2210; CF 49


RAMASH, WENZEL Bartleme, George & Bartelme, Annie his wife (Wenzel Ramash etal vs) Land ownership suit yr. 1891; #2041; CF 47 (3 film)Bartelme ?


RAMMINGER, PHILIP Notice to Prove Will and Notice to Creditors. State of Wisconsin, County Court, Manitowoc County.-In Probate. In Re-estate of Philip Ramminger, deceased. Notice is hereby given, that at the special term of said court to be held on the fifth Tuesday (being the 29th day) of January A.D. 1918, at the Court House in the city of Manitowoc, county of Manitowoc and state of Wisconsin, there will be heard and considered the application of Charles Kieselhorst to admit to probate the last Will and Testament of Philip Ramminger, late of the city of Manitowoc, in said County, deceased, and for the appointment of an executor; Notice is hereby further given, that at the special term of said court to be held at said Court House, on the 1st Tuesday, (being the 7th day) of May, A.D. 1918 there will be heard, considered and adjusted, all claims against said Philip Ramminger, deceased; And notice is hereby further given, that all such claims for examination and allowance must be presented to said County Court at the Court House, in the city of Manitowoc, in said county and state, on or before the 2nd day of May A.D. 1918, or be barred. Dated January 2nd, 1918. By the Court, John Chloupek, County Judge. Manitowoc Post, Thursday, January 17, 1918 P. 16


RAMSAY, EVELINE A. Dunbar, Samuel & Ramsay, Eveline A. Philadelphia, Pa) vs Ryder, Charles L. Promissory note yr. 1875; #445; CF26


RAMSDELL, ERASTUS Cary, Alfred vs Ramsdell, Erastus yr. 1858; X1613; CF 13


RAND, E.H. Elliott, Irving (E.K. Rand & E.H. Rand) yr. 1883; #1343; CF39


RAND, E.K. Elliott, Irving (E.K. Rand & E.H. Rand) yr. 1883; #1343; CF39


RAND, E.W. Elliot, Steven et al (St. of Wis. vs.) Elliot, Steven (Jr) (St. of Wis. vs.) Elliot, James (St. of Wis. vs.) Short, Patrick; Kittell, A.D.; Koehler, J.A.; Miles, Guy; Kern, E.; Emerson, L.; Rand, E.W.; Gilbert, N.J. yr. 1871; CX2701; CF20


RAND, ELIJA 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


RAND, G.S. Barnes, John W.; Mulholland, Henry (Jr.) &; Mendlik, Henry vs Rand, G.S.; Burger, Henry; Rusch, Louis; Dumke, A.F. Promissory note yr. 1875; #443; CF 26


RAND, HANSON SHERIFFS SALE. STATE OF WISCONSIN, Circuit Court Manitowoc County. Hanson Rand, plaintiff against Aaron P. Ritter, Mary E. McNully, Kirwam M. Ritter, David M. Ritter, Zeurah A. Ritter, William W. Ritter & George H. Ritter, children and Heirs of Hugh M. Ritter Deceased Defendants. Judgement of foreclosure and sale. In virture of and pursuant to a judgment rendered in said Court in the above entitled action, dated April 29th 1858, I shall expose for sale and sell at public Auction, at the Court House, in the Village of Manitowoc on Monday the 21st day of June A.D. 1858, at the hour of 10 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 judgement interest and costs, together with expenses of sale, to wit: All those certain pieces of parcels of land lying and being in the County of Kewuanee and State of Wisconsin and described as follows to wit: North West Quarter of lot No. two (2) in section number twenty five (25) and the south West quarter of the south West quarter of section number twenty four (24) north of Range number twenty four (24) east, containing one hundred and fifty eight and forty hundreths of acres of land. Dated Sheriffs office Manitwooc, May 6th 1858. T.A.H. EDWARDS, Sheriff Manitowoc Co. Wis. By W.F. ELDRIDGE Deputy J.D. MARKHAM Pl'tff's Atty. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Monday, May 31, 1858 P. 4


RAND, MARGARET A. Kavenaugh, Mathew see Kavenaugh, Mathew #3749


RANKIN, AMELIA Blum, Fred etal (Rankin, Amelia vs) Financial dispute yr.1898; #3343; CF 55


RANKIN, AMELIA S. Karnofsky, Anton (see Karnofsky, Benedeck) Son of Benedeck (dec) and Evelina Karnofsky. Married Isabelle. yr. 1903; #3961; CF 63


RANKIN, AMELIA S. Karnofsky, Benedeck (Rankin, Amelia S. vs.) husb. of Evelina, now Schroeder d. 10 Sep. 1896 intest; left widow, Evelina Schroeder & children: Anton, Antoinette, August, Albert, John, Hannah, Bernhard, Lena, Otto, Max 2 Oct 1895 land WD to Benedeck Karnofsky yr. 1903; #3961; CF 63


RANKIN, JOHN Klingholz, Richard (Rankin, John vs) Financial note yr. 1860; X2284; CF17


RANKIN, JOHN Klingholz, Richard (Rankin, John vs) Promissory note yr. 1860; X2214; CF17


RANKIN, JOS. Sheriff's Sale, Circuit Court - Manitowoc County T.C. Shove, pl'ff, against John E. Birdsall, Jos. Rankin and Thos. Windiate, def'ts. By virtue of an execution issued out of said circuit court for Manitowoc county and state of Wisconsin in the above entitled cause, to me directed and delivered against the personal property and real estate of said defendants above named, I have levied and seized(sic) upon the east half of southeast quarter and the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter all in section number twenty-one (21); also the northwest quarter of northeast quarter of section twenty-eight (28), all in town number twenty-three (23) east, and all lying or being in the town of Gibson, in the county of Manitowoc and state of Wisconsin, as the same is now of record in the office of the Register of Deeds of said county, all which said above described lands or so much thereof as shall be necessary to raise the amount of one hundred and sixty-four and 33-100 dollars ($164.83) interest and costs, together with costs of sale, I shall expose for sale and sell at public auction to the highest bidder at the court house, in the city of Manitowoc, in the county and state aforesaid on the 4th day of September, A.D. 1871, at the hour of 10 o'clock a.m. of that day. Dated Sheriff's Office, July 18th, 1871. Albert Wittenberg, Sheriff. By P.J. Pierce, Under Sheriff


RANKIN, JOSEPH Bonns, Henry vs Joseph Rankin yr. 1869; #27; CF 22


RANUM, LARS LARSON Osuld Torrison and Hakon Nordvi against Lars Larson Ranum In Judicial Court Wm. H. Hamilton Justice. To Lars Larson Ranum the above named defendant. You will take notice that a writ of attachment has been issued against you and your property attached to satisfy the demand of Osuld Torrison and Hakon Nordvi, the Plaintiffs in this action amounting to thirty seven and 98-100 dollars and that unless you appear before W.H. Hamilton a justice of the peace in and for said county of his office in Manitowoc in said County on the 2d day of July 1858 at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, judgement will be rendered against you and your property sold to pay the debt. Manitowoc May 15th, 1858 OSULD TORRISON, HAKON NORDIVI, Plaintiffs. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, June 24, 1858 P. 1


RAPPEL, WENZEL COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. Smart, J. In re estate of Wenzel Rappel, deceased: Order to hear petition for administration. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, July 18, 1882 P. 4


RATHKE, AUGUST Deering, Wm. & Co. et al (Rathke, August vs.) Sheriff's sale to satisfy mtg. yr(?) 1986; #1947; CF46


RATHKE, AUGUST Order for Proof of Will. (First Publication May 5th, 1885.) STATE OF WISCONSIN-MANITOWOC COUNTY, ss Probate Office, Manitowoc, April 29th. A.D. 1885. In the matter of the proof and Probate of the last will and testament of August Rathke deceased, late of the county of Manitowoc. Whereas an instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of August Rathke deceased, late of the County of Manitowoc has been filed in this office, and whereas application has been made by William Krase praying that the same be proven and admitted to Probate according to the laws of this State: Therefore it is ordered; that said application be heard before me at the Probate Office in Manitowoc, in said County, on Tuesday, the 26th day of May A.D. 1885 at ten o'clock, A.M. And it is further ordered, that notice shall be given to all persons interested in said will of the time and place of said hearing, by publication in the Lake Shore Times, a newspaper printed in said county, for three successive weeks, once each week, prior to the time of such hearing. By the Court, R.D. Smart, County Judge. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, May 5, 1885 P.7


RATHKE, AUGUST (First publiction Mar. 26, 1891.) CIRCUIT COURT-MANITOWOC COUNTY. August Rathke, Plaintiff, vs. Henry Levenhagen Jr. and Sophia Levenhagen, his wife, John Krolovitz, Anna Krolovitz, William Deering & Company, a foreign corporation, and the Knowlton Manufacturing Co. a foreign corporation, Defendants. By virtue of and pursuant to a judgment of foreclosure and order of sale rendered in the above entitled action, at a General Term of the Circuit Court for Manitowoc County, held at the court house in the city and county of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, and dated the 21st day of January, A.D., 1890. I shall offer for sale and sell to the highest and best bidder at the sheriff's office in the court house, in the city and county of Manitowoc, Wisconsin on the 9th day of May, A.D., 1891, at two o'clock in the afternoon of that day, all the following described real estate directed by said judgment, to be sold to satisfy the amount due to plaintiff for principal interest and costs to-wit: all that certain tract or parcel of land known and situated an described as follows to-wit: Commencing at the South West corner post of the North west quarter (N.W. 1/4) of the South west quarter (S.W. 1/4) of Section No. two (2) Township No. Twenty-one (21), north of range twenty three (23) east; thence running east seventy (70) rods; thence north eighty (80) rods; thence west seventy (70) rods; thence south eighty (80) rods to the place of beginning, containing in all thirty-five (35) acres of land, more or less according to government survey. Also the following described real estate situated in the county and state, aforesaid, to-wit: Fifty-five (55) feet at the south east side of East Water Street in the village of Mishicott, and particularly described and known as follows: Commencing at a point on the south east side of East Water street in the village of Mishicott, ten (10) feet north east of the line between lot one (1) and two (2) of block No. twenty (20) in said village; thence running south east about eighty-eight feet to the left bank of the Mishicot river at right angles with said East Water Street; thence along the left bank of said Mishicott river about fifty five (55) feet; thence north west to East Water Street, forming a right angle with said street to a point fifty five (55) feet from the point of commencement, the tract hereby conveyed being situated within said bounds and forming a lot containing fifty-five (55) feet on East Water Street, bounded by the Mishicott River on the south east and lying in lot two (2) of block No. twenty (20) of the village of Mishicott; all of said lands being situated in the county of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin. Dated March 21st, A.D., 1891. John Bolen, Sheriff of Manitowoc County, Wis. Markham & Markham, Plaintiff's Attys. Manitowoc Pilot, Thursday, April 16, 1891 P. 4


RATHKE, HENRY In county Court, Manitowoc County. in the Matter of the Estate of Henry Rathke, Insane. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to license to him duly granted, the undersigned as general guardian of the estate of the above named Henry Rathke, insane, will, on the 18th day of August, 1919, at nine o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the office of the county judge, at the court house, in the city of Manitowoc, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, offer for sale and sell the following described real estate, to-wit: A parcel of land described as follows: Commencing Forty seven (47) rods, eleven (11) feet south of the North East corner of the North East quarter of the North East quarter of Section No. Twenty Two (22), Township No. Twenty-one (21) North of Range No. Twenty-two (22) East, thence running due West Two Hundred Fourteen (214) feet, Six (6) inches; thence due South One Hundred Twenty (120) feet; thence due East Two Hundred Fourteen (214) feet Six (6) inches; thence due North One Hundred Twenty (120) feet to point of beginning. Terms of sale, cash. (Signed) Gustave Schlei, Guardian of Henry Rathke, Insane. Manitowoc Post, Thursday, August 14, 1919 P. 16


RATHSACK, LOUIS Birdsall Col W. & wife Augusta; Lantry, John; Rathsack, William Sr.; & William Jr.; Rathsack, Louis; Olp, Albert; Kraynek, John; Gouder, Carl; and Schroeder, Henry. Schroeder, John; (Nelson, Niles) Collect money owed from lumber. yr. 1894; Case No. 3023; Box No. C.F. 51


RATHSACK, WILLIAM JR. Birdsall Col W. & wife Augusta; Lantry, John; Rathsack, William Sr.; & William Jr.; Rathsack, Louis; Olp, Albert; Kraynek, John; Gouder, Carl; and Schroeder, Henry. Schroeder, John; (Nelson, Niles) Collect money owed from lumber. yr. 1894; Case No. 3023; Box No. C.F. 51


RATHSACK, WILLIAM SR. Birdsall Col W. & wife Augusta; Lantry, John; Rathsack, William Sr.; & William Jr.; Rathsack, Louis; Olp, Albert; Kraynek, John; Gouder, Carl; and Schroeder, Henry. Schroeder, John; (Nelson, Niles) Collect money owed from lumber. yr. 1894; Case No. 3023; Box No. C.F. 51


RATZEK The preliminary examination of Ratzek, the wife-murder, took place before Judge Smart yesterday. The prisoner requested Mr. Geo. B. Byron to defend him. Mr. Byron has accepted, and will be assisted by G.G. Sedgwick. Nothing new was developed on the examination. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, October 10, 1882 P. 1


RATZEK, GEORGE From the Clerk's Minutes we glean the following: State of Wisconsin vs. George Ratzek; defendant assigned and pleads not not (sic) guilty. Geo. B. Byron appointed by the Court to defend the prisoner. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 30, 1883 P. 1


RAUBE, MARTIN Durham, Uzziel (Irish, John vs) A mortgage on govertment (sic) lot once owned by Martin Raube, Mary Ann (&) Joseph Hill yr. 1901; #3781; CF60


RAUSE, FREDERICK Albreicht, Wilhelmina etal; Albreicht, Charles F.; Albreicht, Fred C.; Albreicht, William K.; Albreicht, Hulda A.; Edwaries, Emma O.; Albreicht, Henry; Mueller, Martha C.; Spinker, Mary; Wilhelmina mother of all the other plaintiffs William Albreicht d intestate 27 Jan. 1883 or 1873 vs Rause, Frederick Land dispute yr. 1893; #2250; CF 50


RAWLEY, (NO NAME) Burns - (Rawley vs) yr. 1855; #217; CF 2


RAWSON, SALAS 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


RAY, BENJAMIN F. Farwell, John V. et al; Chas. B. Farwell; Willis D. Farwell; John K. Hamm? & Benjamin F. Ray; vs Braasch, Fred et al; Anton Braasch; Adam Sechrist; Sophia C.M. Braasch wf of Frederick yr. 1870; #61; CF22


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


RAYMOND, C. J. Kirling vs C. Raymond yr. 1862; X778; CF7


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


READY, (NO NAME) Bartsch - Ready yr. 1889; 1646; CF 43


READY, (NO NAME) Engelbrecht - Ready yr. 1889; #1646; CF43


READY, JAMES Engelbrecht, John F. v.s. Ready, James Summons yr. 1889; #1881; CF45


READY, JAMES Bartacle Ernst & Engelbreckt John L. Deft. Ready, James Pltf. S. OF W. yr. 1888; Case No. 1646; Box No. C.F. 43


READY, JAMES Breslaver, Abraham; Ready, James; Baumback, Charles V; Baumback, Ernst V; Rosenthal, Ferdinand; Schettels, Benjamin; Sherman, Louis; Sherman, Eugene; Bruss Rosoli v.s. Engelbright J.F. & wife Bertha Sale of premises yr. 1889; No. 1873; Box C.F. 45


READY, JAMES Capitan, John (James Ready vs) yr. 1885; #1468; CF 40see Kapitan, John


READY, JAMES Kapitan, John see James Ready yr. 1885; #1468; CF 40see Capitan, John


READY, JAMES 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


RECHCYGL, ADOLPH Alexander, G.S. Sr. - (Rechcygl, Adolph vs) Property dispute yr. 1904; #3977; CF 04


RECHCYGL BROTHERS SHELVES PART OF STORE. Thus Decides Jury in circuit Court In Case Heard. Fixtures in a store building are a part of the premises according to a verdict of the jury in Circuit court which decided the Rachcygl-Alexander case in favor of the plaintiff. The suit was brought by Rechcygl brothers to recover for shelving which Alexander as trustee in the Seiker bankruptcy had sold after the Rechcygl brothers had purchased the building. The value was given at $175 and the decision reverses Municipal court findings. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, January 28, 1904 P. 1 ********* (Note: This is not from the court index, from newspaper)


RECHCYGL BROTHERS IN MORE OF A TANGLE. Rechcygl Case Is Not Completed In Circuit Court by Jury's Verdict. Further tangle has resulted in the Rechcygl-Alexander case in Circuit court, the verdict of the jury not having ended it. The verdict was simply advisory to the court, the final decision being in the hands of Judge Kirwan. Following the finding of the jury, Atty. Alexander for the defense has raised the question as to the jurisdiction of the court, claiming that in-as-much as the property has been adjusted in the bankruptcy courts, the local bench has no authority to act. Arguments on this are now occupying attention. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, January 28, 1904 P. 5 (Note: This is not from court index, from newspaper)


REDA, PHILIP COUNTY COURT PRECEEDIGNS. Smart, J. March 2. In re estate of John Stelzer, deceased; Louis Heyroth, John Terens, and Philip Reda appointed appraisers. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, March 7, 1882 P.4


REDDEN, GUSTAVUS Kock, Oscar vs. Redden,Gustavus yr. 1856; CF 3


REDDIN, ANNA Killen, Wm. H. VS Reddin, Matt & his wf Anna Reddin; P. Hauch; J.P. Watt; John Gliner; Wencel Kellson; Wm. Rahr Sons Co.; John J. Muhau yr. 1899; #634; CF 58


REDDIN, MATT Birdsall Co., The New vs Matt Reddin & Mike Halloman yr. 1899; 3663; CF 55


REDDIN, MATT Killen, Wm. H. VS Reddin, Matt & his wf Anna Reddin; P. Hauch; J.P. Watt; John Gliner; Wencel Kellson; Wm. Rahr Sons Co.; John J. Muhau yr. 1899; #634; CF 58


REE, FERD. 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


REE, FERDINAND Brown, S.A.(Sarah A.) vs Ree, Ferdinand Court summons from W.W. Waldo. yr. January 24, 1877; X2277; CF 17Also have Rhee


REED, (NO NAME) Jones - (Reed vs) yr. not listed; #919; Cf 8


REED, G. J. Bennett - (G. Reed vs) yr. 1857; X1490; CF 12


REED, G. Jones, Ben (Reed, G. vs) yr. 1857; #1290; CF 12


REED, GEO. 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


REED, GEORGE Adams, George W. Plaintiff VanVlecke, Michael Defendant: Reed, George VanVlecke borrowed $100 from Reed on a note with interest at 10% from the 28th day of May 1860. Payment on the note to be made at the State bank in Milwaukee. Reed endorsed the note to Adams who was refused payment on the due date. yr 1860; #1783; Box 14 FLB


REED, GEORGE Klingholz, Charles (Reed, George vs) yr. 1856; X844; CF3


REED, GEORGE J. Bennett etal (George Reed vs Ben. Jones and) yr. 1851; X59; CF 1


REED, GEORGE Christie, Joseph; Wells, John Plaintiffs Reed, George Defendant Plaintiffs doing business as Wells and Christie seek to recover 752.94 on a note dated May 17 1853. Note to be paybale (sic) in one year after issue at the office of Roger Mead & Co New York. yr. 1858; #1822; box CF14; FLB


REED, GEORGE Jones, Ben & C. Doty et al (George Reed vs.) yr. 1851; #62; CF 1


REED, GEORGE Jones, Benjamin et al (Reed, George vs) Property Dispute yr. 1855; #2215; CF 17


REED, GEORGE Jones, Benjamin vs. Reed, George yr. 1857; #1290; CF 10


REED, GEORGE Doty, C. et al (George Reed vs Ben Jones vs) yr. 1851; X62; CF1


REED, GEORGE Farrish, John L. (George Reed vs Ben Jones & C. Doty et al) yr. 1851; X62; CF1


REED, GEORGE SHERIFF'S SALE, State of Wisconsin, Manitowoc County, Circuit Court. Alber Journey Jr. Benjamin Lyner and William Young, against George Rice, George Reed, John S. Rice, and Reuben Rice. In virtue of and pursuant to a Judgment rendered in said court in the above entitled action rendered October 30th 1858 I shall expose for sale and sell at public auction, at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc on the 20th day of January 1859 at 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 expenses of sale to-wit: All those pieces parcels of lots of land known and described as follows to-wit the equal undivided one half part of the west half of the west half of the north west quarter of section number twenty (20) in township no. nineteen (19) north of range no. twenty four (24) east excepting five (5) acres off and from the north end of the same, also the following lots situated in the village of Manitowoc in said County and State to wit: Lot number (6) in block number one hundred and sixty three (163) lot number seven (7) in block number one hundred and sixty six (166), lot number three (3) in block number one hundred and seventy seven (177) and lot number four (4) in block number one hundred and seventy eight (178) being situated and lying in the County of Manitowoc and state of Wisconsin. Dated Sheriff's office Manitowoc Wis. November 27th 1858. T.A.H. EDWARDS, Sheriff. By W.F. ELDRIDGE Deputy. BUTLER, BUTTRICK & COTTRILL, P'tffs Att'ys. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Tuesday, January 4, 1859 P. 3


REED, GEORGE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MANITOWOC COUNTY. Isaac L. Hult, Plaintiff. VS, George Reed, Defendant. BY virtue of an execution, to me directed and delivered, out of and under the Seal of the Circuit Court, for Manitowoc county, I have this day levied on the following described Personal Property, to wit: One Steam Engine and fixtures thereto; two seam boilers; one crank shaft, three pieces of line shaft and couplings; one balnace wheel; a lot of steam pipe; one cast iron foundation for engine; one furnace mouth and lot of grates, a lot of cable chain; one spider; one two-horse wagon; one vise; one blacksmith's bellows; one mill saw and two circular saws, in the Town of Maple Grove, all in the county of Manitowoc, the property of George Reed, which I shall expose for sale, as by law directed, to the last and highest bidder at the place where the property now lies, on Thursday, the 9th day of February, A.D. 1855 at one o'clock in the afternoon of said day, to satisfy said execution, costs and interest. F.W. ADAMS, Sheriff of Manitowoc Co. Jan. 12th, 1855 Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, January 17, 1855 P. 3 ******** CIRCUIT COURT FOR MANITOWOC COUNTY. Isaac L. Hult, Plaintiff. VS, George Reed, Defendant. BY virtue of an execution, to me directed and delivered, out of and under the Seal of the Circuit Court, for Manitowoc county, I have this day levied on the following described Personal Property, to wit: One Steam Engine and fixtures thereto; two seam boilers; one crank shaft, three pieces of line shaft and couplings; one balnace wheel; a lot of steam pipe; one cast iron foundation for engine; one furnace mouth and lot of grates, a lot of cable chain; one spider; one two-horse wagon; one vise; one blacksmith's bellows; one mill saw and two circular saws, in the Town of Maple Grove, all in the county of Manitowoc, the property of George Reed, which I shall expose for sale, as by law directed, to the last and highest bidder at the place where the property now lies, on Thursday, the 9th day of February, A.D. 1855 at one o'clock in the afternoon of said day, to satisfy said execution, costs and interest. F.W. ADAMS, Sheriff of Manitowoc Co. Jan. 12th, 1855 POSTPONEMENT.-The above sale is postponed until Thursday, the 8th day of March, 1855, at the same hour and place. F.W. ADAMS, Sheriff. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, February 14, 1855 P. 5


REED, GEORGE Jacob Lueps ag. George Reed. J. D. Markham Pltff's Atty. Geo. L. Lee, Deft's Atty. Continucilon(sic) payment of witness fees and $10 Attorney fees. CIRCUIT COURT for MANITOWOC COUNTY. JUDGE TAYLOR PRESIDING. April 28, 1859.


REED, GEORGE George Reed ag. The M. & M.R.R. Co. Lee, Pltff's Atty. Markam, Deft's Atty. Dismissed with cost. CIRCUIT COURT for MANITOWOC COUNTY. JUDGE TAYLOR PRESIDING. April 28, 1859.


REESE, FRIEDRICH First publication February 20, 1903. State of Wisconsin-County Court for Manitowoc County. In the matter of the estate of Friedrich Reese, deceased, in probate. An instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of Fried. Reese of the Town of Mishicott (sic), in said county, having been delivered into said court: And Adolph Zeddies, of said Town, in said county, having presented to said court his petition in writing duly verified, representing among other things that said Friedrich Reese died testate at Town of Mishicot in said county on the 4th day of Dec., 1902, that said instrument is the last will of said deceased and that Adolph Zeddies is named therein as executor, and praying that said instrument be proven and admitted to probate and that letter testamentary be thereon issued to Addolph (sic) Zeddies. It is ordered: That said petition and the matters therein be heard and proofs of said last will and testament be taken at a special term of said county court to be held at the probate office in the city of Manitowoc, on Tuesday, the 24th day of March 1903, at 10 o'clock A.M. And it is further ordered: That notice of the time and place of said hearing be given by publication hereof for three successive weeks, once each week, previous to the time of said hearing, in the Manitowoc Post a newspaper published in said Manitowoc County. Dated Feb. 19, 1903. By the Court, John Chloupek, County Judge. Manitowoc Post, Thursday, February 26, 1903 P. 1


REICHERT, ADAM Dreher, Carl vs Dimler, Johanna; Dimler, Anna Elisa; Reichert, Adam yr. 1872; #164; CF23


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


REIF, ANTON E. PAID SMALL SUN. Amount Involved in Reif Settlement Was Only $250. Papers in the settlement of the Reif case have been filed and the judgment released in Circuit Court. A total sum of $250 was paid by Rief (sic) to satisfy two judgments, one for $169, costs incurred in the hearing of the case in Supreme Court which was released for $25. As his portion of the $8000 judgment, Rief (sic) paid $225. The judgement was against five persons, the other four not being released by the settlement engineered by Rief (sic). The case in question was instituted by the Bohn Mfg. Co., of St. Paul and was brought to recover on a contract for lumber. It was a hard fought legal battle. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, August 13, 1903 P. 1


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


REIF, PETER Bach, William Plaintiff - Reif, Peter Defendant dfndt borrowed 60.25 from plntf. Dfndt signed note agreeing to repay loan in gold. plntf seeks an extra 5% above 10% interest to compensate for increase in value of gold as against U.S. Currency. Court awarded plntf 52.00 compensation and court costs. yr. 1857; #1751; Box CF 14 FLB


REIF, PETER Charles Cain etal vs Peter Reif yr. 1856; X327; CF 3


REINDL, THERESE Erdlitz, Joseph-PTF - Erdlitz, Franziska md 6 Feb 1850 at Rothenbaukm, Austria Divorce Pltf has resided Mtwc Co for 12 years 5 ch: Therese Reindl, 30; Joseph Erdlitz, 24; Maria Feger, 27; Frank Erdlitz, 19; John, 12 John lives w/his sister Maria Feger in Menominee MI deft deserted pltff yr. 1883; #1317; CF38


REINECKE, ADOLPH Falge, Hubert & Stupecky, Fr. (Reinecke, Adolph Plaintiff) Recovery of money yr. 1887; #1853; CF45


REINKE, FREDERICK Bauman, George State of Wis. vs Reinke Frederick, Reinke John, Engel Carl S ale of land at Public Auction yr. 1889; No. 1896; Box C.F. 45


REINKE, JOHN Bauman, George State of Wis. vs Reinke Frederick, Reinke John, Engel Carl Sale of land at Public Auction yr. 1889; No. 1896; Box C.F. 45


REISBURG, H.C. Briggs, A.B. etal vs Roseburg, W.C.; Reisburg, H.C. Promissory note dispute yr. 1885; #1449; CF 40


REISS, GEORGE NOTICE TO CREDITORS. First Publication Jan. 21st 1886. IN PROBATE-MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT. In the Matter of the Estate of George Reiss, deceased. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Letters testamentary on said Estate of George Reiss, late of the Town of Centreville (sic), deceased, testate, having been issued to Catherine Reiss on the 19th 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 June and on the fourth Tuesday of July 1886, at the Probate Office in the City of Manitowoc, in said County, receive, examine, and adjust all claims, and demands of all persons against said deceased. Dated January 19th, 1886. Carl H. Schmidt, County Judge. W.A. Walker, Attorney. Der Nord Westen, Thursday, January 28, 1886 P. 5


RENDIGER, C.F. 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


RENDSKOPF, NO NAME Knapp Rindskopf yr. 1877; #696; CF30


RENDSKOPF, SAM Knapp, Daniel & Radler, Robert Deft. Rendskopf, Sam Pltf. Partners in business yr. 1880; #696; CF30


RESEBERG, W.C. Kersten, Henry vs Reseberg W.C.; Schmitz A.J.; Stoll Henry; Kerwin M. Premises sold at public auction yr. 1888; Case No. 1672; Box CF 43


RESEBERG, W.C. Kerwin M; Schmitz A.J.; Stoll Henry Kersten, Henry vs Reseberg W.C. Premises sold at public auction yr. 1888; Case No. 1672; Box CF 43


RESEBURG, W.C. Duecker, Frederick (Reseburg, W.C.) Collect money owed yr. 1887; #1865; CF45


REUTER, CHAS. Board of Supervisors, Mtwc Cnty (Chas. Reuter vs) yr. 1856; X104; CF 1


REUTER, CHAS. Jones, Benjamin vs. Nollan William etal* *Wm. Nollan & Lisette his wife; Chas. Esslinger & Sophia his wife; Chas. Reuter; L??? Sexton; Geo Sexton & Emma A. his wife Lester Sexton dec.; Wm F. Sexton, Exec of est of Lester Sexton; Peter W. Mills; James S. Sexton; Wm. F. Sexton yr. 1869; # 325; CF 11


REUTHER, ALBERT In court a hearing is being had of the case of Albert Reuther vs. John Reuther, brother against brother, in which the plaintiff sues to recover $1000 which is alleged to be due him for wages and loans. The case is in the hands of Atty. H. L. Markham as referre[sic], appointed by the Circuit court. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, February 23, 1904 P. 1


REUTHER, ALBERT GETS HIS MONEY. Brother Must Pay What He Borrowed and For Services. Judgment for $1,117 has been given Albert Reuther, plaintiff in a suit brought against his brother John Reuther to recover for moneys loaned and services rendered. The action was heard before Justice Markham several weeks ago and has just been decided. The Court gives the plaintiff $1000 with interest at six per cent from 1901. Both parties reside in Two Creeks and have been in litigation for some time. Healy & Joyce appeared for the plaintiff. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Friday, Apirl 1, 1904 P. 1 ******* (Not from the court index, from the newspaper.)


REVOLINSKY, LEO Adams Coal Co. (Leo Revolinsky vs) Injury suit year 1900; #3754-E-44; CF 59 also unnumbered file


REYBAZIKS, STANISLAUS STATE OF Wisconsin Manitowoc County ss At a session of the County Court of said county held at the office of the Judge thereof in Manitowoc village on the 22nd day of December AD 1856. Present Isaac H. Parrish county Judge. In the matter of the estate of Stanislaus Reybaziks deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Catherine Rybasiks(sic) widow of said deceased duly vereligd (sic) praying that dower may be set off to her of the real estate of which the deceased died seized. It is ordered that all persons interested in said estate be and appear before the said county Judge at his office in the village of Manitowoc on Monday the 26th day Jrnnary (sic) next at two o'clock in the forenoon and show cause if there be why the pray of the petition should not be granted. It is further ordered that said petitioner cause notice to be given to the heirs of deceased and other partys interested in said estate of thd (sic) pendency of said petition and of the hearing thereof by causing a copy of this order to be published in the Munitomoc (sic) Tribune a nemspaper (sic) printed and circulated in said county three successive meeks (sic) previous to said hearing. I.H. Parrish County Judge. Manitowoc Tribune, Thursday, January 15, 1857 P. 1


RHEE, FERDINAND Bruss, August; Rhee, Ferdinand; Hofmeister, Henry Defendants State of Wisconsin Plaintiff Dfnts are accused of interfering with a deputy sheriff Earom Knapp in the performance of his duty. Tried in justice court Town of Cato dfndt remanded to circuit court. yr. 1870; #2011; Box CF 15 FLBAlso have Ree


RHODEN, CARL Notice to Creditors. No 40 (First Publication Aug. 7, 1883.) IN PROBATE-MANITWOOC COUNTY COURT. In the matter of the estate of Carl Rhoden deceased. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:-Letters testamentary on said estate of Carl Rhoden, deceased, late of Manitowoc County, having been issued to Frank Noworatzky, on the 31st day of July, A.D., 1883, 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 Tuesdays of September, October, and November, 1883, at ten o'clock A.M., of said day at the probate office in the city of Manitowoc, in said County, receive, examine and adjust all claims, and demands of all persons against said deceased. Dated July 31st, 1883. R.D. Smart, County Judge Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, August 14, 1883 P. 4


RICE, GEO. Circuit Court-Manitowoc County. Michael Mahoney agt. Geo. Rice, Albert Journey, Benjamin Symes, W.W. Young, A.C. Gibson and Marshall Morse. THE STATE OF WISCONSIN.-To George Rice, Albert Journey, Benjamin Symes, W.W. Young, A.C. Gibson, and Marshal Morse, Defendants:-You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint of Michael Mahoney Plaintiff, which was on the 8th day of July, 1859 filed in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for the County of Manitowoc, at Manitowoc, Wis., and to serve a copy of your answer on the subscriber, at Manitowoc, Wis., 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. Wm. M. Nichols, Pl'ff Att'y. Manitowoc, July 9th, 1859 Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, August 5, 1859 P.3


RICE, GEO. 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


RICE, GEORGE 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


RICE, GEORGE SHERIFF'S SALE, State of Wisconsin, Manitowoc County, Circuit Court. Alber Journey Jr. Benjamin Lyner and William Young, against George Rice, George Reed, John S. Rice, and Reuben Rice. In virtue of and pursuant to a Judgment rendered in said court in the above entitled action rendered October 30th 1858 I shall expose for sale and sell at public auction, at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc on the 20th day of January 1859 at 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 expenses of sale to-wit: All those pieces parcels of lots of land known and described as follows to-wit the equal undivided one half part of the west half of the west half of the north west quarter of section number twenty (20) in township no. nineteen (19) north of range no. twenty four (24) east excepting five (5) acres off and from the north end of the same, also the following lots situated in the village of Manitowoc in said County and State to wit: Lot number (6) in block number one hundred and sixty three (163) lot number seven (7) in block number one hundred and sixty six (166), lot number three (3) in block number one hundred and seventy seven (177) and lot number four (4) in block number one hundred and seventy eight (178) being situated and lying in the County of Manitowoc and state of Wisconsin. Dated Sheriff's office Manitowoc Wis. November 27th 1858. T.A.H. EDWARDS, Sheriff. By W.F. ELDRIDGE Deputy. BUTLER, BUTTRICK & COTTRILL, P'tffs Att'ys. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Tuesday, January 4, 1859 P. 3


RICE, GEORGE A. Journey et al. ag. George Rice et al. Motion to set aside sale. Butler, Butterick & Cathrill, Pltff's Atty. Chars. II. Walker. Sale vacated. CIRCUIT COURT for MANITOWOC COUNTY. JUDGE TAYLOR PRESIDING. April 28, 1859.


RICE, GEORGE Jacob Gibson ag. George Rice and Rueben Rice. Foreclosre. J.D. Markan, Pltff's Atty. C.H. Walker, Deft's Atty. Judgment signed. CIRCUIT COURT for MANITOWOC COUNTY. JUDGE TAYLOR PRESIDING. April 28, 1859.


RICE, GEORGE Circuit Court-Manitowoc County. John Harst agt. Henry D. Shepard, Fredrick Borcherdt, and George Rice. THE STATE OF WISCONSIN:-To Henry D. Shepard, Fredrick Borcherdt and George Rice, Defendants.-You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint of John Harst, Plaintiff, a copy of which is hereto annexed, and a copy of which was filed in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court, at Manitowoc, this, July 8th, 1859, and serve a copy of your answer on the subscriber, at Manitowoc, Wis, 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 take judgment against you for One Hundred and Ninety Three Dollars and ten cents, and interest on two hundred and sixty eight dollars and ten cents, at the rate of ten per cent per annum, from the 21st day of December, 1857, to the 19th day of May, 1859, and interest on one hundred and ninety three dollars and ten cents, at the rate of ten per cent per annum, from the 19th day of May, 1850 (sic), besides the costs of this action. Wm. M. Nichols, Pl'ff. Att'y. Manitowoc, July 8th, 1859. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, September 23, 1859 P.4


RICE, GEORGE Circuit Court-Manitowoc county John Harst agt. Henry D. Shepard, Fredrick Borcherdt, and George Rice. THE STATE OF WISCONSIN;-To Henry D. Shepard, Fredrick Borcherdt and George Rice, Defendants-You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint of John Harst, Plaintiff, a copy of which is hereto annexed; and a copy of which was filed in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, at Manitowoc, this July 8th, 1859, and to serve a copy of your answer on the subscriber, at Manitowoc, Wis., 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 take judgment against you for One Hundred and Ninety Three Dollars and ten cents, and interest on two hundred and sixty eight dollars and ten cents, at the rate of ten percent per annum, from the 21st day of December, 1857, to the 19th day of May, 1859; and interest on one hundred and ninety three dollars and ten cents; at the rate of ten percent per annum, from the 19th day of May, 1858, besides the costs of this action. Wm. M. Nichols, Ptff. Att'y. Manitowoc, July 8th, 1859. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, August 5, 1859 P.3


RICE, GEORGE 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


RICE, JOHN S. SHERIFF'S SALE, State of Wisconsin, Manitowoc County, Circuit Court. Alber Journey Jr. Benjamin Lyner and William Young, against George Rice, George Reed, John S. Rice, and Reuben Rice. In virtue of and pursuant to a Judgment rendered in said court in the above entitled action rendered October 30th 1858 I shall expose for sale and sell at public auction, at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc on the 20th day of January 1859 at 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 expenses of sale to-wit: All those pieces parcels of lots of land known and described as follows to-wit the equal undivided one half part of the west half of the west half of the north west quarter of section number twenty (20) in township no. nineteen (19) north of range no. twenty four (24) east excepting five (5) acres off and from the north end of the same, also the following lots situated in the village of Manitowoc in said County and State to wit: Lot number (6) in block number one hundred and sixty three (163) lot number seven (7) in block number one hundred and sixty six (166), lot number three (3) in block number one hundred and seventy seven (177) and lot number four (4) in block number one hundred and seventy eight (178) being situated and lying in the County of Manitowoc and state of Wisconsin. Dated Sheriff's office Manitowoc Wis. November 27th 1858. T.A.H. EDWARDS, Sheriff. By W.F. ELDRIDGE Deputy. BUTLER, BUTTRICK & COTTRILL, P'tffs Att'ys. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Tuesday, January 4, 1859 P. 3


RICE, REUBEN SHERIFF'S SALE, State of Wisconsin, Manitowoc County, Circuit Court. Alber Journey Jr. Benjamin Lyner and William Young, against George Rice, George Reed, John S. Rice, and Reuben Rice. In virtue of and pursuant to a Judgment rendered in said court in the above entitled action rendered October 30th 1858 I shall expose for sale and sell at public auction, at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc on the 20th day of January 1859 at 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 expenses of sale to-wit: All those pieces parcels of lots of land known and described as follows to-wit the equal undivided one half part of the west half of the west half of the north west quarter of section number twenty (20) in township no. nineteen (19) north of range no. twenty four (24) east excepting five (5) acres off and from the north end of the same, also the following lots situated in the village of Manitowoc in said County and State to wit: Lot number (6) in block number one hundred and sixty three (163) lot number seven (7) in block number one hundred and sixty six (166), lot number three (3) in block number one hundred and seventy seven (177) and lot number four (4) in block number one hundred and seventy eight (178) being situated and lying in the County of Manitowoc and state of Wisconsin. Dated Sheriff's office Manitowoc Wis. November 27th 1858. T.A.H. EDWARDS, Sheriff. By W.F. ELDRIDGE Deputy. BUTLER, BUTTRICK & COTTRILL, P'tffs Att'ys. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Tuesday, January 4, 1859 P. 3


RICE, RUEBEN Jacob Gibson ag. George Rice and Rueben Rice. Foreclosre. J.D. Markan, Pltff's Atty. C.H. Walker, Deft's Atty. Judgment signed. CIRCUIT COURT for MANITOWOC COUNTY. JUDGE TAYLOR PRESIDING. April 28, 1859.


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


RICHARDS, J. Balthasar Elias - (J. Richards vs) yr. 1869; X1484; CF 12


RICHARDS, JODAH Circuit Court-Manitowoc County. STATE OF WISCONSIN-Benjamin Callender, John P. Rogers, Bethuel B. Vincent, Wm. Himrod, David Himrod, David Scheck, John M. Vincent, Joseph T. Ryerson, James A. Smith, T. True, Thomas Thayer, Jodah Richards and B. Carpenter, and all other creditors of E. Durgin & Co., who elect to come in under this decree in this cause, Plaintiffs; AGAINST Ezra Durgin, Horatio Freeman, David H. VanValkenburg, Edgar D. Beardsley, Robert L. Bell, Wm. W. Waldo, George LeFevre, John A. Dutcher, Defendants. Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. BY VIRTUE OF, and pursuant to a judgement of foreclosure and sale, issued out of said Court in the above entitled action, on the 28th day of April, A.D., 1859, I shall expose for sale, and sell at public Auction at the court House, of said County, on the 22nd day of October, A.D. 1859 at the hour of 10 o'clock A.M. of said day, the following described mortgaged premises, mentioned in the complaint of this action; or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said Judgment, interest and costs, together with the expense and costs of sale, to wit; -All of Block No. one hundred and forty-five (145), Lot No. seven (7) in Block No. one hundred and forty seven (147), Lots No. ten (10) eleven (11), twelve (12), thirteen (13), fourteen (14), in the village and county of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, together with all and singular the here editaments and appurtenances thereunto appertaining. Dated, Sheriff's Office, July 18th, 1859. Louis Kemper, Sheriff. Isaac H. Parrish, Pl'ffs Att'y. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, August 5, 1859 P.3


RICHARDS, JONAH Berger, Henry B. etal Mary F. Berger (wife) vs Richards, Jonah etal Mary A. Richards (wife) Division of co-owned property yr. 1875; #501; CF 27


RICHARDS, JONAH Coonan, Dennis vs Jonah Richards yr. 1850; X1661; CF13


RICHARDS, JONAH 16-In re estate of Jonah Richards:-C.C. Barnes, Peter Johnston and A.F. Dumke appointed appraisers. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1882 P. 4


RICHARDS, JONAH 25-In re estate of Jonah Richards, deceased:-Final account of special administrator rendered. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1882 P. 4


RICHARDS, JONAH Circuit Court-Manitowoc County. STATE OF WISCONSIN.-Benjamin Gallender, John P. Rogers, Bethuel B. Vincent, Wm. Himrod, David Himrod, David Shecheck, John M. Vincent, Joseph T. Ryerson, James A. Smith, T. Troe, Thomas Thayer, Jonah Richards and B. Carpenter, and all other creditors of E. Durgin & Co., who elect to coinc(?) in under this decree in this case, Plaintiffs, AGAINST Ezra Durgin, Horacio Truman, David H. Van Valkenburg, Edgar D. Beardsley, Robert L. Bell, Wm. W. Waldo, George Le Fevre, John A. Dutcher, Defendants. Judgement of Foreclosure and Sale. BY VIRTURE OF, and pursuant to a judgement of foreclosure and sale, issued out of said Court in the above entitled action, on the 28th day of April, A.D., 1859, I shall expose for sale, and sell in public Auction at the Court House, of said County, on the 15th day of November, A.D., 1859 at the hour of 10 o'clock A.M. of said day, the following described mortgaged premises mentioned in the complaint of this action or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said Judgement, interest and costs, together with the expense and cost of sale, to wits-All of Block No. one hundred and forty-five (145,) Lot No. seven (7) to Block No. one hundred forty seven (147), Lots No. ten (10), eleven (11), twelve (12), thirteen (13), fourteen (14) of Block No. one hundred and forty three (143), in the village and county of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, together with all and singular the heredi?arments and appertenances thereunto appertaining. Dated, Sheriff's Office, July 19th, 1859. LOUIS KEMPER, Sheriff Isaac H. Famrish, Pt'iffs Att'y The Manitowoc Pilot, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, October 14, 1859 P. 4


RICHARDS, JONAH Circuit Court-Manitowoc County. STATE OF WISCONSIN-Benjamin Callender, John P. Rogers, Be?hiac. B. Vincent, Wm. Himrod, David Himrod, David Scheck, John M. Vincent. Joseph T. Ryerson, James A. Smith, T. True, Thomas Thayer, Jonah Richards and B. Carpenter, and all other creditors of E.Durgin & Co., who elect to come in under this decree in this cause, Plaintiff's, AGAINST Ezra Durgin, Horatio Trueman, Daive H. Van Valkenburg, Edgar D. Beardsley, Robert L. Bell, Wm. W. Waldo, George LeFevre, John A. Dutcher, Defendants Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. BY VIRTUE OF, and pursuant to a judgement of foreclosure and sale, issued out of said Court in the above entitled action, on the 28th day of April, A.D., 1859, I shall, expose for sale, and sell at public Auction at the Court House, of said County, on the 22nd day of October, A.D. 1859 at the hour of 10 o'clock A.M. of said day, the following described mortgaged premises, mentioned in the complaint of this action, or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said Judgment, interest and costs, together with the expense and costs of sale, to wit:-All of Block No. one hundred and forty-five (145) Lot No. seven (7) in Block No. one hundred and forty seven (147), Lots No. ten (10) eleven (11), twelve (12), thirteen (13) fourteen (14) of Block No. one hundred and forty three (143), in the village and county of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, together with all and singular the hereditaments and appurtenances thereonto appertaining. Dated, Sheriff's Office, July 18th, 1859. Louis Kemper, Sheriff. Isaac H. Parrish, Pl'ffs Att'y Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, September 23, 1859 P.4


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


RICHARDS, JONAS 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


RICHARDS, JONAS 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


RICHARDS, MARY A. Berger, Henry B. etal Mary F. Berger (wife) vs Richards, Jonah etal Mary A. Richards (wife) Division of co-owned property yr. 1875; #501; CF 27


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


RICHARDS, WM. D. C & NW RR (Richards, Wm D. vs) yr. 1898; CF 65


RICHMOND, W. Donahue, Patrick (W. Richmond vs) yr. 1855; X1492; CF12


RICHTER, GUST DeWolfe, C.E. & D.K vs Gust Richter yr. 1851; X1534; CF12


RICHTER, GUSTAVUS NOTICE. TO. O. SHOVE, authorized ????? as up any accounts due th???? of Gustavus Richter, deceased, and give receipts in my name. All persons indebted to the said estate, are requested to call and settle immediately, or measures will be taken to collect the same. Books kept at the office of Ricker & Wollmer. Manitowoc, June 16th, 1854. FRANZISKA RICHTER, Administratix of the estate of Gustavus Richter, deceased. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, July 29, 1854 P. 5


RICK, CARL NOTICE TO CREDITORS. First Publication Sept. 23rd 1886. IN PROBATE-MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT. In the matter of the Estate of Carl Rick, deceased. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:-Letter of Administration with the Will annexed on said Estate of Carl Rick, deceased, having been issued to A.H. Finger on the 21st day of September, A.D., 1886, and six months from and after said day being allowed and limited for creditors to present their claims for examintation and allowance, notice is hereby given that the undersigned will, on the first Tuesdays of the months of November and December 1886 and February and March 1887 and on the 22nd day of March 1887 at the Probate Office in the City of Manitowoc, in said county, receive, examine, and adjust all claims, and demands of all persons against said deceased. Dated September 21st, 1886. Carl H. Schmidt, County Judge. Schmitz & Kirwan, Attorneys. Manitowoc Der Nord Westen, Thursday, October 14, 1886 P. 5


RICKABY, O. Jones, Benjamin (Rickaby, O. vs) yr. 1858; #1457; CF 12


RICKABY, ROBERT E. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE. TO ALL whom it may concern: Whereas, On the 10th day of March 1857, Robert E. Rickaby, of Manitowoc county, and State of Wisconson, as mortgager, executed and delivered to Thomas F. Chase, as mortgagee, a certain mortgage bearing date on that day, to secure the payment by the said mortgagor to the said mortgagee, of the sum of Two Hundred Eighty Five Dollars on the nineteenth day of March, 1862, with interest from the date at the rate of seven per cent, per annum, according to the conditions of a certain Promissory Note bearing even date therewith, executed by the said Robert E. Rickaby the said mortgagor, to the said Chase, mortguagee, which said mortgage was duly executed and acknowledged so as to be entitled to record, and was recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of the county of Manitowoc aforesaid on the 20th day of March, 1857, at 9 1/2 o'clock A.M., in volume II of Mortgages, at pages 116, 117, and 118, and Whereas, On the 15th day of May, 1862, the mortgagee aforesaid duly assigned the said mortgage for a valuable consideration to Benjamin Smith ?d by a written instrument of assignment bearing date on that day, which assignment was duly executed and acknowledged so as to be entitled to record, and was duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds, aforesaid on the 23d day of July, A.D. 1862, at 3 o'clock P.M. and recorded in volume M of Mortgages at pages 216, 217 and Whereas, By the terms of said mortgage, the said mortgagee, his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns were authorized and empowered to grant, bargain, sell, release and convey the premises therein described, in case of the non-payment of the sum of money and interest secured to be paid thereby or any part therof, or in case of the nonpayment of the taxes therein agreed to be paid within the time limited for that purpose, and Whereas, The said mortgager covenanted and agreed in and by the said mortgage to pay the sum of Ten Dollars and Solicitor's Fees in case of the foreclosure of the same by reason of the non perfomance of any of the conditions thereof, and Whereas, Default has occurred in the conditions of said mortgage by the non-payment of the said note and interest aforesaid, amounting to the sum of $391.40, which sum the said Assignee now claims to be justly due thereon, and Whereas, The said Assignee is now the lawful owner and holder of the said note and mortgage, and Whereas, No action or proceeding has been instituted to recover the debt now remaining secured by said mortgage or any part thereof; Now, therefore, Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, and of the Statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises therein described or so much thereof as may be necessary to be sold to satisfy the amount due on the said mortgage with interest and the costs and expenses of sale, together with the sum of Ten Dollars as Solicitor's Fees, agreed in said mortgage to be paid in case of the foreclosure thereof and all taxes which the said Assignee shall have paid on said premises prior to the day of such sale, at Public Vendue, by Wyman Murphy, the Sheriff of said county of Manitowoc, at the Court House in the village of Manitowoc in said county, on the 19th day of Septmeber, 1862, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, to the highest bidder. The following is a description of the mortgaged premises designated in said mortgage, to wit: The north east quarter of the north west quarter and the north west quarter of the north east quarter of Section no. nine, Township no. eighteen, north of Range twenty-one, east, containing eighty acres of land, in the County of Manitoowc, State of Wisconsin. BENJAMIN SMITH 2d, Assignee. GEO. N. WOODIN, Att'y for Assignee. Dated Mantiowoc, July 28, 1862. The above sale is adjourned to the fourth day of October, 1862, at the same hour and place. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff. By R.T. BLANK, Under Sheriff. Dated, Sept. 19th, 1862 The Manitowoc Pilot, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, October 24, 1862 P. 4


RIDER, S. P. 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


RIEBLER, AUGUST 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


RIEGELSBERGER, CHARLES A. SALE ON FORECLOSURE. STATE OF WISCONSIN, Manitowoc County, Circuit Court. ss. Peter Blesch, vs: Charles A. Riegelsberger, IN pursuance and by virtue of a decretal order made on the first day of Octo ber, A.D. 1855, in the Circiut Court for Manitowoc County, State of Wisconsin in the above entitled cause, I shall expose for sale and sell at public vendue, at the office of Warren Parrish, in the village of Manitwooc, in said County, on Saturday, the 26th day of January, A.D. 1856, at two o'clock in the afternoon, so much of the following described mortgaged premises as shall be sufficient to satisfy the complainant's demand, together with all legal costs, charges, expenses and taxes attending the foreclosure and sale of the same, to-wit: The south-east quarter of section No. twenty-three, (23) in township No. twenty (20) north, of range No. twenty-three, (23) east, in the County of Manitowoc, and State of Wisconsin, Dated at Manitowoc, this 10th day of December, 1855. F.W. ADAMS, Sheriff. N.Wollmer, Solicitor for Complainant. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, December 13, 1855 P. 3


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


RIES, J. A.W. Kittell (J. Ries vs) yr. 1869; X1494; CF12


RIESLAND, HEINRICH Kasch, Heinrich (St Wis) vs Riesland, Heinrich & Charles Stechmesser, John Franz, Frederick W. Riesland Libel yr. 1869; CX2530; CF 18


RIESLAND, HENRY 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


RIETH, J. Ebbert, Bernhardt (J. Rieth vs) yr. 1860; X1479; CF12


RIHA, FRANK Kocian, Frank et al (Riha, Frank vs) Financial Dispute yr. 1904; #3988; CF64


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


RIPLINGER, MICHAEL 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


RIPPLINGER, MICH. 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


RIPPLINGER, MSCH. 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


RISE, GEORGE Edw. B. Bulkey vs George Rise etal yr. 1875; X895; CF 7


RITTER, AARON P. SHERIFFS SALE. STATE OF WISCONSIN, Circuit Court Manitowoc County. Hanson Rand, plaintiff against Aaron P. Ritter, Mary E. McNully, Kirwam M. Ritter, David M. Ritter, Zeurah A. Ritter, William W. Ritter & George H. Ritter, children and Heirs of Hugh M. Ritter Deceased Defendants. Judgement of foreclosure and sale. In virture of and pursuant to a judgment rendered in said Court in the above entitled action, dated April 29th 1858, I shall expose for sale and sell at public Auction, at the Court House, in the Village of Manitowoc on Monday the 21st day of June A.D. 1858, at the hour of 10 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 judgement interest and costs, together with expenses of sale, to wit: All those certain pieces of parcels of land lying and being in the County of Kewuanee and State of Wisconsin and described as follows to wit: North West Quarter of lot No. two (2) in section number twenty five (25) and the south West quarter of the south West quarter of section number twenty four (24) north of Range number twenty four (24) east, containing one hundred and fifty eight and forty hundreths of acres of land. Dated Sheriffs office Manitwooc, May 6th 1858. T.A.H. EDWARDS, Sheriff Manitowoc Co. Wis. By W.F. ELDRIDGE Deputy J.D. MARKHAM Pl'tff's Atty. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Monday, May 31, 1858 P. 4


ROBERTS, AARON Baker, Albert N. - (Roberts, Aaron vs) Promissory note yr. 1859; X2337; CF 17


ROBERTS, AARON Baker, Albert H. etal Defendant - Salisbury, Samantha Plaintiff Suit to collect mortgage secured by notes to Jos. Symes dated Mar 10 1869. amt 375.00 Interest 7%. Notes purchased by plaintiff. Et al defendants are Aaron Roberts; Argolus W. Stark; Geo. W. Hale; Geo. Towsley; who are involved because of claims against defendants property. Baker has moved to South Bend Ind. and has not answered the summonses. Decision for Plaintiff yr.1864; #1837; Box CF 14FLB


ROBERTS, AARON SUMMONS. Circuit Court, Manitowoc County. Lewis Sherman, against Albert N. Baker, Aaron Roberts, Argalus W. Starks, Geo. W. Hale, and Geo. N. Towslee, defendants. The State of Wisconsin to the above named defendants. You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action, which will be filed in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, county of Manitowoc, at his office in the Village and County of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscriber, at his office, in the Village and County of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, within ninety days after the service of this summons on you, exclusive of the day of such service; and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated, March 1893. J.D. Markham. The said complaint was duly filed in the office of the Clerk of the said county of Manitowoc, March 19th, 1863. J.D. Markham, Plff's Atty. Manitowoc Semi Weekly Tribune, Tuesday, April 7, 1863 P. 3


ROBERTS, ADAM 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


ROBERTS, ALONZO Barker, George - (Roberts, Alonzo vs) Promissory note yr. 1860; X2326; CF17


ROBERTS, ALONZO Jones, Benjamin (his wife Electa) (Roberts, Alonzo et al vs) yr. 1874; #322; CF 25


ROBERTS, AUSTIN Berg, Knut - (Roberts, Austin etal vs) Financial dispute yr. 1904; #3978; CF 64


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


ROBINSON, (NO NAME) Camp vs Robinson yr. 1855; #210; CF 2


ROBINSON, (NO NAME) Case vs Robinson yr. 1855; #244; CF 2


ROBINSON, (NO NAME) Durgin (Robinson vs) yr. 1855; #162; CF2


ROBINSON, A. Charles Camp (A. Robinson vs) yr. 1856; X284; CF 3


ROBINSON, A.C. Delsmann, J. Bernard vs A.C. Robinson yr. 1851; X1629; CF13


ROBINSON, ANNA D. SHERIFF'S SALE, State of Wisconsin, Manitowoc County, Circuit Court. Christopher Robinson, against Arthur Robinson and Anna D. Robinson. In pursuance of and by virture of a decretal order made in the above entitled action on the 27th day of March A.D. 1856 I shall on the 20th day of January A.D. 1859 at the Court House in said County at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day sell to the highest bidder the following described mortgaged premises situated lying and being in the County of Manitowoc in the State of Wisconsin and described as follows to-wit; The south east quarter of the south east quarter of section number twenty two (22) and the north half of the south east quarter and the south east quarter of the south east quarter of section number twenty three (23) all in the township number nineteen (19) north of Range number twenty-two (22) in said Manitowoc County. Said sale will be made to satisfy the sum of one thousand and ninetyeight doll. and twenty eight cents ($1098.28) due said plaintiff with interests and costs since the 27th day of March A.D. 1856. Dated Sheriff's office Manitowoc November 20th 1858. L.T. WARREN, Pl'ffs. Atty. T.A.H. EDWARDS, Sheriff. W.F. ELDRIDGE, Deputy. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, January 7, 1859 P. 4


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


ROBINSON, ARTHUR SHERIFF'S SALE, State of Wisconsin, Manitowoc County, Circuit Court. Christopher Robinson, against Arthur Robinson and Anna D. Robinson. In pursuance of and by virture of a decretal order made in the above entitled action on the 27th day of March A.D. 1856 I shall on the 20th day of January A.D. 1859 at the Court House in said County at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day sell to the highest bidder the following described mortgaged premises situated lying and being in the County of Manitowoc in the State of Wisconsin and described as follows to-wit; The south east quarter of the south east quarter of section number twenty two (22) and the north half of the south east quarter and the south east quarter of the south east quarter of section number twenty three (23) all in the township number nineteen (19) north of Range number twenty-two (22) in said Manitowoc County. Said sale will be made to satisfy the sum of one thousand and ninetyeight doll. and twenty eight cents ($1098.28) due said plaintiff with interests and costs since the 27th day of March A.D. 1856. Dated Sheriff's office Manitowoc November 20th 1858. L.T. WARREN, Pl'ffs. Atty. T.A.H. EDWARDS, Sheriff. W.F. ELDRIDGE, Deputy. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, January 7, 1859 P. 4


ROBINSON, ARTHUR Dirkman, Francis vs Arthur C. Robinson yr. 1851; X83; CF1


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


ROBINSON, CHRISTOPHER SHERIFF'S SALE, State of Wisconsin, Manitowoc County, Circuit Court. Christopher Robinson, against Arthur Robinson and Anna D. Robinson. In pursuance of and by virture of a decretal order made in the above entitled action on the 27th day of March A.D. 1856 I shall on the 20th day of January A.D. 1859 at the Court House in said County at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day sell to the highest bidder the following described mortgaged premises situated lying and being in the County of Manitowoc in the State of Wisconsin and described as follows to-wit; The south east quarter of the south east quarter of section number twenty two (22) and the north half of the south east quarter and the south east quarter of the south east quarter of section number twenty three (23) all in the township number nineteen (19) north of Range number twenty-two (22) in said Manitowoc County. Said sale will be made to satisfy the sum of one thousand and ninetyeight doll. and twenty eight cents ($1098.28) due said plaintiff with interests and costs since the 27th day of March A.D. 1856. Dated Sheriff's office Manitowoc November 20th 1858. L.T. WARREN, Pl'ffs. Atty. T.A.H. EDWARDS, Sheriff. W.F. ELDRIDGE, Deputy. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, January 7, 1859 P. 4


ROBINSON, CHRISTOPHER Delsmann, J. Bernard vs Christopher Robinson yr. 1851; X1629; CF13


ROBINSON, DAN F. COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. Feb. 14-In re estate of Lois D. Amsden, deceased; R.S. O'Connell, J.E. Harris and Dan F. Robinson appointed executors; their bonds filed and approved. Letters testamentary issued to above named executors. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 28, 1882 P. 4


ROBINSON, G. Circuit Court-Manitowoc County. CHARLES MCCARTY, against John O'Conner, and John G. Robinson. In virtue of an execution issued out of said Court, to me directed and delivered, I have levied on and shall sell at Public Vendue, at the Court House, in the Village of Manitowoc, on Tuesday, the 4th day of February, A.D. 1862, at 2 of the clock, P.M., the following described real property or so much thereof as will satisfy said execution together with all costs: All the right, title, and interest of the said Defendants, or either of them, had on the 26th day of May, 1860, or which they or either of them have since acquired in and to the premises described as follows, to-wit: The south half of the south west quarter of north west quarter of Section four [4], in Township No. nineteen [19], Range No. twenty-three [23]; the north west quarter of the north east quarter of Section N. thirty-one[31], in Township No. nineteen (19), Range No. Twenty-three (23); three acres in the south west corner of the east half of the south east quarter of Section eleven (11), in Township No. nineteen, 19, Range No. twenty-three, 23; eight square rods in north west quarter of south east quarter in Section four, 4, in Township No. nineteen, 19, Range No. twenty-two, 22; 28-100 acres of land in the north west quarter of the south west quarter of Section four, 4, in Township No. nineteen, 19, Range twenty-three, 23, all in the County of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin. Dated this 17th day of December, 1861. Wyman Murphy, Sheriff, W.M. Nichols, Pl'tiff's Att'y. Manitowoc Pilot, December 20, 1861 P. 3


ROBINSON, JOHN 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


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


ROBINSON, JOHN 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


ROBINSON, JOHN P. Bach, William etal - (Robinson, John P. etal vs) Note yr. 1859; X2288; CF 17


ROBINSON, THOMAS Ellesson, Henning (Robinson, Thomas vs) Warrant yr. 1859; #2287; CF17


ROBINSON, THOMAS 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


ROBINSON, THOMAS 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


ROBINSON, WM. Brandies, Jonas L. (Robinson, Wm. vs) Promissory note yr. 1879; #781; CF 31


ROBLE, HAKEN K. Engelbrecht, Trondson (Ericksen, Benedict & Guro, his wife vs) Non payment of mtg. to Roble, Haken, K. yr. 1889; #1941; CF46


ROBLE, HAKEN K. Erickson, Benedict & Guro, his wife (Roble, Haken K. vs) Non payment of Mtg. Engelbrecht, Trondson yr. 1889; #1941; CF46


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


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


ROCK, HUBERT From the Clerk's Minutes we glean the following: J.W. McClymonds v. Hubert Rock; referred to Emil Baensch. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 30, 1883 P. 1


ROCKEY, HENRY Aultman, Taylor Co vs Rockey, Henry Promissory note yr. 1886; #1529; CF 42


ROCKEY, KATRINA Cizek, Wencel, John & Annie M. Steuber (Katrina Rockey vs) maintenance bond/land/financial dispute yr. 1886; #1530; CF42


ROEFF, JOHN Eddy, John et al vs John Roeff yr. 1862; X795; CF7


ROEFFS, J. George Kine vs J Roeffs yr. 1862; X1063; CF 9


ROEFKE, DEDRECK Endries, A.J. vs Roefke, Dedreck Promissary Note yr. 1889; #1872, #1871; CF45


ROEMER, BERNARD COUNTY COURT, SMART, J. In re estate of Gertrude Gjeraldson, deceased; Bernard Roemer and Martin Van Zone appointed appraisers. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 21, 1882 P. 1


ROEMER, JOHN 26-In re estate of Louis Klein, deceased:-Letters of special administration granted to Eliza Klein. John Roemer and Peter Gagnonn appointed as appraisers. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1882 P. 4


ROEPKE, (NO NAME) Ewald - Roepke yr. 1887; #1662; CF43


ROEPKE, DERICK Ewald, John vs Roepke, Derick & Roepke, Herman Payment & Interest. yr. 1887; #1662; CF43


ROEPKE, DIETRICH Allis, Charles & Allis, W.W. vs Dietrich Roepke Promissory note yr. 1889; no. 1115; Box C.F. 45


ROEPKE, HENRY Aderman Christian & Wilhelmina his wife (Henry Roepke vs) yr 1871; #122; CF 23


ROEPKE, HERMAN Ewald, John vs Roepke, Derick & Roepke, Herman Payment & Interest. yr. 1887; #1662; CF43<


ROESER, C. Board of Supervisors, Mtwc Co (C. Roeser vs) yr. 1854; X264; CF 3


ROETER, CHARLES A. Bach, William - Roeter, Charles A. Assignee for August Beaner; Frederick Borcherdt Money due from judgment yr. 1865; X2327; CF 17


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


ROGERS, NO NAME Klingholz Rogers yr. 1890; #1685; CF43


ROGERS, NO NAME Klingholz Rogers yr. 1887; #1669; CF43


ROGERS, JOHN P. Circuit Court-Manitowoc County. STATE OF WISCONSIN.-Benjamin Gallender, John P. Rogers, Bethuel B. Vincent, Wm. Himrod, David Himrod, David Shecheck, John M. Vincent, Joseph T. Ryerson, James A. Smith, T. Troe, Thomas Thayer, Jonah Richards and B. Carpenter, and all other creditors of E. Durgin & Co., who elect to coinc(?) in under this decree in this case, Plaintiffs, AGAINST Ezra Durgin, Horacio Truman, David H. Van Valkenburg, Edgar D. Beardsley, Robert L. Bell, Wm. W. Waldo, George Le Fevre, John A. Dutcher, Defendants. Judgement of Foreclosure and Sale. BY VIRTURE OF, and pursuant to a judgement of foreclosure and sale, issued out of said Court in the above entitled action, on the 28th day of April, A.D., 1859, I shall expose for sale, and sell in public Auction at the Court House, of said County, on the 15th day of November, A.D., 1859 at the hour of 10 o'clock A.M. of said day, the following described mortgaged premises mentioned in the complaint of this action or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said Judgement, interest and costs, together with the expense and cost of sale, to wits-All of Block No. one hundred and forty-five (145,) Lot No. seven (7) to Block No. one hundred forty seven (147), Lots No. ten (10), eleven (11), twelve (12), thirteen (13), fourteen (14) of Block No. one hundred and forty three (143), in the village and county of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, together with all and singular the heredi?arments and appertenances thereunto appertaining. Dated, Sheriff's Office, July 19th, 1859. LOUIS KEMPER, Sheriff Isaac H. Famrish, Pt'iffs Att'y The Manitowoc Pilot, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, October 14, 1859 P. 4


ROGERS, JOHN P. Circuit Court-Manitowoc County. STATE OF WISCONSIN-Benjamin Callender, John P. Rogers, Bethuel B. Vincent, Wm. Himrod, David Himrod, David Scheck, John M. Vincent, Joseph T. Ryerson, James A. Smith, T. True, Thomas Thayer, Jodah Richards and B. Carpenter, and all other creditors of E. Durgin & Co., who elect to come in under this decree in this cause, Plaintiffs; AGAINST Ezra Durgin, Horatio Freeman, David H. VanValkenburg, Edgar D. Beardsley, Robert L. Bell, Wm. W. Waldo, George LeFevre, John A. Dutcher, Defendants. Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. BY VIRTUE OF, and pursuant to a judgement of foreclosure and sale, issued out of said Court in the above entitled action, on the 28th day of April, A.D., 1859, I shall expose for sale, and sell at public Auction at the court House, of said County, on the 22nd day of October, A.D. 1859 at the hour of 10 o'clock A.M. of said day, the following described mortgaged premises, mentioned in the complaint of this action; or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said Judgment, interest and costs, together with the expense and costs of sale, to wit; -All of Block No. one hundred and forty-five (145), Lot No. seven (7) in Block No. one hundred and forty seven (147), Lots No. ten (10) eleven (11), twelve (12), thirteen (13), fourteen (14), in the village and county of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, together with all and singular the here editaments and appurtenances thereunto appertaining. Dated, Sheriff's Office, July 18th, 1859. Louis Kemper, Sheriff. Isaac H. Parrish, Pl'ffs Att'y. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, August 5, 1859 P.3


ROGERS, JOHN P. Circuit Court-Manitowoc County. STATE OF WISCONSIN-Benjamin Callender, John P. Rogers, Be?hiac. B. Vincent, Wm. Himrod, David Himrod, David Scheck, John M. Vincent. Joseph T. Ryerson, James A. Smith, T. True, Thomas Thayer, Jonah Richards and B. Carpenter, and all other creditors of E.Durgin & Co., who elect to come in under this decree in this cause, Plaintiff's, AGAINST Ezra Durgin, Horatio Trueman, Daive H. Van Valkenburg, Edgar D. Beardsley, Robert L. Bell, Wm. W. Waldo, George LeFevre, John A. Dutcher, Defendants Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. BY VIRTUE OF, and pursuant to a judgement of foreclosure and sale, issued out of said Court in the above entitled action, on the 28th day of April, A.D., 1859, I shall, expose for sale, and sell at public Auction at the Court House, of said County, on the 22nd day of October, A.D. 1859 at the hour of 10 o'clock A.M. of said day, the following described mortgaged premises, mentioned in the complaint of this action, or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said Judgment, interest and costs, together with the expense and costs of sale, to wit:-All of Block No. one hundred and forty-five (145) Lot No. seven (7) in Block No. one hundred and forty seven (147), Lots No. ten (10) eleven (11), twelve (12), thirteen (13) fourteen (14) of Block No. one hundred and forty three (143), in the village and county of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, together with all and singular the hereditaments and appurtenances thereonto appertaining. Dated, Sheriff's Office, July 18th, 1859. Louis Kemper, Sheriff. Isaac H. Parrish, Pl'ffs Att'y Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, September 23, 1859 P.4


ROGERS, LYDIA Klingholz, Charles VS Lydia Rogers Foresloser and sale of lots yr. 1888; #1669; CF43


ROGERS, LYDIA Klingholz, Charles VS Lydia Rogers Foresloser sale. yr. 1888; #1685; CF43


ROGERS, WM. Austin, Smith, Whitney & Rogers - (Schafer, Peter (St. Wis) vs) James Austin; James Smith; Douglas Whitney; (Wm) Rogers etal Break, damage & destroy property in a riotous manner yr. 1850; CX 2595; CF 19


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


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


ROSEBURG, W.C. Briggs, A.B. etal vs Roseburg, W.C.; Reisburg, H.C. Promissory note dispute yr. 1885; #1449; CF 40


ROSENTHAL, CHARLES V. Baumback Charles V, Baumback Ernst V, Rosenthal Charles V, Scheflels Benjamin, Sherman Louis, Sherman Eugene, Bruss Rosalie vs Engelbricht J.F. & wife Bertha Sale of premises yr. 1889; No. 1873; Box CF 45


ROSENTHAL, FERDINAND Breslaver, Abraham; Ready, James; Baumback, Charles V.; Baumback, Ernst V.; Rosenthal, Ferdinand; Schettels, Benjamin; Sherman, Louis; Sherman, Eugene; Bruss Rosoli v.s. Engelbright J.F. & wife Bertha Sale of premises yr. 1889; No. 1873; Box C.F. 45


ROSENFIELD, ISAAC Klingholz, R. & Co. vs. Rosenfield, Morris et al Klingholz, J.M. Wilda, & Joseph Kostlevy vs. Morris, Isaac, & Louis Rosenfield & Wm. Levy Klingholz & Co. in wholesale liquor bus. in Mtwc. Rosenfield Bros. & Co. & Sunny Brook Distillery bus. address 17A Randolph St., Chicago, Ill. dispute re liquor warehouse receipt. yr. 1903; #3930; CF63


ROSENFIELD, LOUIS Klingholz, R. & Co. vs. Rosenfield, Morris et al Klingholz, J.M. Wilda, & Joseph Kostlevy vs. Morris, Isaac, & Louis Rosenfield & Wm. Levy Klingholz & Co. in wholesale liquor bus. in Mtwc. Rosenfield Bros. & Co. & Sunny Brook Distillery bus. address 17A Randolph St., Chicago, Ill. dispute re liquor warehouse receipt. yr. 1903; #3930; CF63


ROSENFIELD, MORRIS Klingholz, R. & Co. vs. Rosenfield, Morris et al Klingholz, J.M. Wilda, & Joseph Kostlevy vs. Morris, Isaac, & Louis Rosenfield & Wm. Levy Klingholz & Co. in wholesale liquor bus. in Mtwc. Rosenfield Bros. & Co. & Sunny Brook Distillery bus. address 17A Randolph St., Chicago, Ill. dispute re liquor warehouse receipt. yr. 1903; #3930; CF63


ROSENTHAL, ADOLPH Klingholz, Richard (Rosenthal, Adolph vs) Promissory note yr. 1860; X2281; CF17


ROSENTHAL, THOMAS Kaiser, Conrad vs Rosenthal, Thomas claim for money due for blacksmithing case 950; CF 33


ROSS, CHRISTIAN Brooks, Horrace J.(sic); Fiel, Walker K.; Dewing, Edgar S.; Willme, James H.; Windiate, Thomas & wife Cordelia; Sho?t, Augustas H.; Ross, Joseph; Shove, T.C.; Ross, Christian; Freeman, Geodfrey vs Thornton, John Signing of a mortgage yr. 1876; Case No. 653; Box No. CF 29


ROSS, CHRISTIAN Dewing, Edgar S.; Wilme, James H.; Windate, Thomas & wife Corneila; Ross, Christian; Shott, Augustas H.; Ross, Joseph; Shove, T.C.; Brooks, Horrace J.; Field, Walker K.; Freeman, Godfrey vs Thornton, John Mortgage signing yr. 1876; #653; CF29


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


ROSS, JOSEPH Brooks, Horrace J.(sic); Fiel, Walker K.; Dewing, Edgar S.; Willme, James H.; Windiate, Thomas & wife Cordelia; Sho?t, Augustas H.; Ross, Joseph; Shove, T.C.; Ross, Christian; Freeman, Geodfrey vs Thornton, John Signing of a mortgage yr. 1876; Case No. 653; Box No. CF 29


ROSS, JOSEPH Dewing, Edgar S.; Wilme, James H.; Windate, Thomas & wife Corneila; Ross, Christian; Shott, Augustas H.; Ross, Joseph; Shove, T.C.; Brooks, Horrace J.; Field, Walker K.; Freeman, Godfrey vs Thornton, John Mortgage signing yr. 1876; #653; CF29


ROSS, NORRIS Kenosha Co. Banks vs Norris Ross et al yr. 1861; X 1061; CF 9


ROSS, NORRIS Edwards, Joseph (Norris Ross vs) yr. 1850; X43; CF1


ROSSTAUCHER, CHARLES Henry Berner vs Charles Rosstaucher yr. 1856; X367; CF 3


ROSTRON, JOHN In Probate. State of Wisconsin, Manitowoc County Court. In the matter of the estate of John Rostron, deceased. ON reading and filing the petition of Richard Rostron of the town of Kossuth, in the county of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin, representing among other things that John Rostron lately of said town of Kossuth deceased on the 3d day of October 1860, died intestate, leaving real estate within this county; that said deceased left no family, and praying that administration thereof be granted unto William Eatough of said town of Kossuth. It is ordered; that said application be heard before me, at my office, in the village of Manitowoc on the 26th day of November, A.D. 1860 at 10 o'clock A.M. and it is further ordered, that notice of said application and hearing be given by publishing a copy of this order for three successive weeks once in each week in the Manitowoc Herald, a newspaper printed in said county, prior to said hearing. Charles H. Walker, County Judge. Dated, Oct. 22d, 1860. Manitowoc Herald, Thursday, November 22, 1860 P.4 ********* (1860 Kossuth twp census: Richard Rostrum age 55; wife Mary age 53; John age 25)


ROTH, SALOMON Adler, Robert R. (Salomon Roth vs) money ???? yr 1875; #431; CF 26


ROTHKE, AUGUST Knowlton Mfg. Co. et al (Rothke, August vs) Sherrif's Sal to Testify Mty. yr. 1906; #1947; CF46


ROTHMUND, JOHN lbright Fred (Rothmund John) Stolen gold watch State of Wis year 1902; #342; Box C.F. 72


ROTHSCHILD, HENRY Junk John & Wife Catherine & Rothschild Henry Deft. Schiller, Peter Pltf. yr. 1889; #1651; CF 43


ROUELLIER, JOSEPH (First Publication July 25th 1882.) IN PROBATE-MANITWOOC COUNTY COURT. In the matter of the estate of Joseph Rouellier, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Mary Rouellier, of the town of Gibson, Manitowoc County, representing among other things that Joseph Rouellier, late of Gibson, on the 7th day of July, A.D., 1882, at Manitowoc County, died intestate, leaving goods, chattels and estate within this state, and that the said petitioner is the widow of said deceased, and praying that administration of said estate be to her granted, it is ordered that said petition be heard before this Court, on Tuesday the 22nd day of August 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. Dated at Manitowoc, the 19th day of July A.D., 1882. R.D. Smart, County Judge. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, July 25, 1882 P.4


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


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


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


ROWE, PETER Jones, Benjamin et al (Rowe, Peter et al vs) yr. 1859; #2294; CF 17


ROWE, PETER SUMMONS.- Circuit Court, Manitowoc County, the State of Wisconsin, to Benjamin Jones, George W. Baker, Richard H. Hoes, Otis W. Eaton, George Barker, Nicholas Wollmer, Theodore C. Shove, Peter Rowe, George D. Woodruff, Jacob Cartar, John A. Dutcher, Kellogg Sexton, John R. Goodrich, Theodore Strong, James B. Adreance, Stephen B. Strong, Samuel H. Thurber, William B. Hill, George M. Groves, William B. Northrop, Heram McAllister, Ole Torrison, Charles S. Erett, Thomas Turton, John Sercomb, Robert Haney, John DeBou, Joseph Larson, Benjamin W. Porter, George W. Hale, and George N. Towslee, defendants. You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint of Zeuas Wood, plaintiff, which has this day been filed to the office of the clerk, of the circuit court, of the Count of Manitowoc, and to serve a copy of your answer on me at my office in the village of Manitowoc, and State of Wisconsin, within twenty days, after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, And if you fail to answer the complaint as herby required, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated February 22nd, 1859. J.D. MARKHAM, Pltff's Att'y. Manitowoc, Wis. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, April 30, 1859 P. 4


ROWLEY, BRISTON 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


ROWLEY, PETER MANITOWOC COUNTY, Town of Two Rivers, ss. In Justice's Court To Henry Burns and A. Van Valkenburgh.-You are hereby notified that a writ of attachment has been issued against you, and your property attached to satisfy the demand of Peter Rowley amounting to ninety-four dollars. Now, unless you appear before H.L. Allen, a Justice of the Peace in and for said county, at his office in said town, on the fourth day of December next, at one o'clock in the afternoon of said day, judgment will be rendered against you, and your property sold to pay the debt and costs. PETER ROWLEY, Plaintiff. Dated this 13th day of November, A.D. 1854. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, November 25, 1854 P. 5


ROZYNEK, JOHN Kelley, Mrs. W., heir of John Eggers lives Hanford, Kings Co., CA See John Rozynek #3746


ROZYNEK, JOHN Eggers, Emma et al li Sacramento, CA. heir of John & Henrietta Eggers (John Rozynek vs) yr. 1900; #3746; CF59


RRICHARDS (sic), JOHNAH 19-In re estate of Johnah Rrichards (sic), deceased:-Inventory filed. Petition and order entered for sale of personal property. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1882 P. 4


RUDOLPH, CHARLES Kesten John (Complainant) (State of Wis vs Charles Rudolph) yr. 1887; Cr 298#91; HCF 69


RUDOLPH, DORIS Jones, Benjamin & wife vs Heywood, Martin Correct description of lot in Manitowoc owned by deceased Frits & Doris Rudolph Parents of adopted son William yr. Aug 1890; #3840; CF 60


RUDOLPH, FRITS Jones, Benjamin & wife vs Heywood, Martin Correct description of lot in Manitowoc owned by deceased Frits & Doris Rudolph Parents of adopted son William yr. Aug 1890; #3840; CF 60<


RUDOLPH, ROBERT Cloos, Jacob (Robert Rudolph vs) yr. 1893; #2288; CF50


RUNGE, JOHN 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.


RUNGE, JOHN J. Bibinger, John & Day, David S. vs Runge, John J. yr. 1882; Case #1379; Box# C.F.39


RUSCH, (NO NAME) Draheim, John father of Caroline Rusch Rusch vs Rusch yr. 1879; #939; CF33


RUSCH, CAROLINE Draheim, John father of Caroline Rusch Rusch vs Rusch yr. 1879; #939; CF33


RUSCH, FRED Jones, Gustav & Gourke, Thomas (Rusch, Fred (State of Wisconsin) vs.) Assault yr. 1886; #73; CF 68<


RUSCH, LOUIS Barnes, John W.; Mulholland, Henry (Jr.) &; Mendlik, Henry vs Rand, G.S.; Burger, Henry; Rusch, Louis; Dumke, A.F. Promissory note yr. 1875; #443; CF 26


RUSH, CHAS. (First Publication Sept. 26, 1882.) IN PROBATE-MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT. In the matter of the estate of the minor heirs of Chas. Rush, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that by virture and in pursuance of an Order of License, made in said matter, on the 19th day of Sept., A.D., 1882, by the County Court of said County the undersigned, as general Guardian of the minor heirs of Charles Rush late of Reedsville Manitowoc County deceased, will, on the 19th day of October, A.D. 1882, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the office of the County Judge, in the City of Manitowoc, in said County, offer for sale at public vendue, the following described lands, to wit: The North half of lot number one (1) in block number (54) fifty-four in the village of Reedsville, Manitowoc County Wisconsin. The terms of sale will be made known at the time and place of sale. Emelia Ebert, Guardian. Dated at Manitowoc, the 19th day of Sept., A.D., 1885 (sic) Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, October 10, 1882 P. 4 ******* (1880 Maple Grove census: head of house - Emilia Rush age 28; Louis age 8; Bertha age 7; John age 6; Charles age 3) ******* Marriages: Julius Ebert m. 20 Feb. 1881 to E. Rusch ******** (1900 Village of Reedsville Maple Grove twp. census: Julius Ebert age 50; wife Emelia age 48; Amanda age 16; Willis age 14; Herman age 12 - Emelia had 8 children, 8 living in 1900)


RUSH, FRED. COUNTY COURT PRECEEDIGNS. Smart, J. March 1--In re estate of Charles Johnson, deceased; Fred. Rush and Christ. Olsen appointed appraisers. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, March 7, 1882 P.4


RUSSEL, WILLIAM W. Jones, Benjamin et al Perry P. Smith (Russel, William W. vs) yr 1859; #628; CF 5


RUSSELL & CO. Hattie Bacon vs Stern, Christian L. & Anna; Stern, Ernestina & Louisa; Kavenaugh, Catherine; Mullens, James; Russell & Co.; Bergman, Adolph & Bergman, Henrietta & Stenn, A. Julius yr. 1890; No 1813; Box C.F. 44


RYAN, (NO NAME) Jones - (Ryan vs) yr. 1854; #179; Cf 2


RYAN, BERNARD Order to hear Petition for Final Settlement. First Publication Oct. 7th 1886. IN PROBATE---MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT. In the matter of the Estate of Bernard Ryan, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of James Ryan, 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 general 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 2nd day of 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 this 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 the 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 Nord-Westen a weekly newspaper printed and published at the City of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin. Dated October 6th A.D., 1886. By the Court, Carl H. Schmidt, County Judge. G.A. Forrest, Attorney. Manitowoc Der Nord Westen, Thursday, October 14, 1886 P. 5


RYAN, CHARLES J. King, Clifford (Ryan, Charles J. et al vs) Promissary note yr. 1858; X2301; CF 17


RYAN, CHARLES J. Juiner, William (Ryan, Charles J. et al. vs.) Promissory note yr. 1858; #2333; CF 17


RYAN, JAMES Benson, Clarence; Steible, Peter & Chadek Stephen (Ryan James Arrested for Stealing State of Wis. yr. 1905; Case No. 579; Box No. C.F. 72


RYAN, PATRICK 7-In re estate of Michael Leiws, deceased:-Commission issued to Patrick Ryan and interrogatories and certificate filed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1882 P. 4


RYDER, CHARLES L. Bay State Shoe & Leather Co. vs Ryder, Charles L. Debt yr. 1875; #406; CF 26


RYDER, CHARLES L. Blake, Paschal (Ashland, Mass) vs Ryder, Charles L. payment for goods delivered yr. 1875; #419; CF 26


RYDER, CHARLES L. Buell, C.; Buell, E.W. & Goodwin, S.W. all of Waterville, N.Y. vs Ryder, Charles L. Promissory note yr. 1875; #404; CF 26


RYDER, CHARLES L. Byrnes, J.H. & Byrnes, P. vs Ryder, Charles L. Promissory note

RYDER, CHARLES L. Clapp, Augustus W.; Clapp, William N.; Clapp, Richmond; Caverly, B.F & Dennett, Walter - all from Boston Mass. vs Ryder, Charles L. Promissary note yr. 1875; #420 & #407; CF26


RYDER, CHARLES L. Dunbar, Samuel & Ramsay, Eveline A. Philadelphia, Pa) vs Ryder, Charles L. Promissory note yr. 1875; #445; CF26


RYDER, CHARLES S. Beck, John Plaintiff - Ryder, Charles S. Dispute referred to court commissioner C.E. Estabrook since it involves a large number of accounts yr. 1876; #2138; Box CF 16 FLB


RYERSON, JOSEPH T. Circuit Court-Manitowoc County. STATE OF WISCONSIN.-Benjamin Gallender, John P. Rogers, Bethuel B. Vincent, Wm. Himrod, David Himrod, David Shecheck, John M. Vincent, Joseph T. Ryerson, James A. Smith, T. Troe, Thomas Thayer, Jonah Richards and B. Carpenter, and all other creditors of E. Durgin & Co., who elect to coinc(?) in under this decree in this case, Plaintiffs, AGAINST Ezra Durgin, Horacio Truman, David H. Van Valkenburg, Edgar D. Beardsley, Robert L. Bell, Wm. W. Waldo, George Le Fevre, John A. Dutcher, Defendants. Judgement of Foreclosure and Sale. BY VIRTURE OF, and pursuant to a judgement of foreclosure and sale, issued out of said Court in the above entitled action, on the 28th day of April, A.D., 1859, I shall expose for sale, and sell in public Auction at the Court House, of said County, on the 15th day of November, A.D., 1859 at the hour of 10 o'clock A.M. of said day, the following described mortgaged premises mentioned in the complaint of this action or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said Judgement, interest and costs, together with the expense and cost of sale, to wits-All of Block No. one hundred and forty-five (145,) Lot No. seven (7) to Block No. one hundred forty seven (147), Lots No. ten (10), eleven (11), twelve (12), thirteen (13), fourteen (14) of Block No. one hundred and forty three (143), in the village and county of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, together with all and singular the heredi?arments and appertenances thereunto appertaining. Dated, Sheriff's Office, July 19th, 1859. LOUIS KEMPER, Sheriff Isaac H. Famrish, Pt'iffs Att'y The Manitowoc Pilot, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, October 14, 1859 P. 4


RYERSON, JOSEPH T. Circuit Court-Manitowoc County. STATE OF WISCONSIN-Benjamin Callender, John P. Rogers, Bethuel B. Vincent, Wm. Himrod, David Himrod, David Scheck, John M. Vincent, Joseph T. Ryerson, James A. Smith, T. True, Thomas Thayer, Jodah Richards and B. Carpenter, and all other creditors of E. Durgin & Co., who elect to come in under this decree in this cause, Plaintiffs; AGAINST Ezra Durgin, Horatio Freeman, David H. VanValkenburg, Edgar D. Beardsley, Robert L. Bell, Wm. W. Waldo, George LeFevre, John A. Dutcher, Defendants. Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. BY VIRTUE OF, and pursuant to a judgement of foreclosure and sale, issued out of said Court in the above entitled action, on the 28th day of April, A.D., 1859, I shall expose for sale, and sell at public Auction at the court House, of said County, on the 22nd day of October, A.D. 1859 at the hour of 10 o'clock A.M. of said day, the following described mortgaged premises, mentioned in the complaint of this action; or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said Judgment, interest and costs, together with the expense and costs of sale, to wit; -All of Block No. one hundred and forty-five (145), Lot No. seven (7) in Block No. one hundred and forty seven (147), Lots No. ten (10) eleven (11), twelve (12), thirteen (13), fourteen (14), in the village and county of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, together with all and singular the here editaments and appurtenances thereunto appertaining. Dated, Sheriff's Office, July 18th, 1859. Louis Kemper, Sheriff. Isaac H. Parrish, Pl'ffs Att'y. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, August 5, 1859 P.3


RYERSON, JOSEPH T. Circuit Court-Manitowoc County. STATE OF WISCONSIN-Benjamin Callender, John P. Rogers, Be?hiac. B. Vincent, Wm. Himrod, David Himrod, David Scheck, John M. Vincent. Joseph T. Ryerson, James A. Smith, T. True, Thomas Thayer, Jonah Richards and B. Carpenter, and all other creditors of E.Durgin & Co., who elect to come in under this decree in this cause, Plaintiff's, AGAINST Ezra Durgin, Horatio Trueman, Daive H. Van Valkenburg, Edgar D. Beardsley, Robert L. Bell, Wm. W. Waldo, George LeFevre, John A. Dutcher, Defendants Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. BY VIRTUE OF, and pursuant to a judgement of foreclosure and sale, issued out of said Court in the above entitled action, on the 28th day of April, A.D., 1859, I shall, expose for sale, and sell at public Auction at the Court House, of said County, on the 22nd day of October, A.D. 1859 at the hour of 10 o'clock A.M. of said day, the following described mortgaged premises, mentioned in the complaint of this action, or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said Judgment, interest and costs, together with the expense and costs of sale, to wit:-All of Block No. one hundred and forty-five (145) Lot No. seven (7) in Block No. one hundred and forty seven (147), Lots No. ten (10) eleven (11), twelve (12), thirteen (13) fourteen (14) of Block No. one hundred and forty three (143), in the village and county of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, together with all and singular the hereditaments and appurtenances thereonto appertaining. Dated, Sheriff's Office, July 18th, 1859. Louis Kemper, Sheriff. Isaac H. Parrish, Pl'ffs Att'y Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, September 23, 1859 P.4