MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT INDEX

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WAAK, CHARLES J. Bartels, Christian vs Waak, Charles J. & Barbara his wife Guardian for Theodore Waak; Charles J. Waak; Johanna Waak (minors) Willert, August & Augusta his wife Conveyance of land to settle estate yr. 1889; #1948; CF 46


WAAK, JOHANNA Bartels, Christian vs Waak, Charles J. & Barbara his wife Guardian for Theodore Waak; Charles J. Waak; Johanna Waak (minors) Willert, August & Augusta his wife Conveyance of land to settle estate yr. 1889; #1948; CF 46


WAAK, THEODORE Bartels, Christian vs Waak, Charles J. & Barbara his wife Guardian for Theodore Waak; Charles J. Waak; Johanna Waak (minors) Willert, August & Augusta his wife Conveyance of land to settle estate yr. 1889; #1948; CF 46


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


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


WADSWORTH, PHILLIP 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


WAERFEL, FRANZ Caddo, William def. vs Waerfel, Franz, pl. yr. 1893; #2196; CF 49


WAGE, AUGUST Children of August Wage, th??? boys, who were permitted to re?? with their father by the decision ?? Probate court, have elected to separate from him of their own volition. One son is employed at Milwaukee and the others are making their homes with relatives here. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, April 14, 1904 P. 2 ******** (Note: This is not from court index, but from newspaper) (Note: Article. The ?? are because the page wasn't scanned right..part of it missing.)


WAGNER, CHARLES Order to hear Petition for Final Settlement. First Publication Jan. 13th 1887. IN PROBATE-MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT. In the matter of the Estate of Charles Wagner, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Anton Langenkamp 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 special 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 15th day of February, A.D., 1887. 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 January 11th, A.D., 1887. By the Court, Carl H. Schmidt, County Judge. W.A. Walker, Attorney. Der Nord Westen, Thursday, January 13, 1887 P. 5


WAGNER, CATHARINE Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. State of Wisconsin-Manitowoc County Circuit Court. Argalus W. Starks against Albert N. Baker, Sarah Baker, his wife, Ernst Wagner, Catharine Wagner, his wife, Damese L. Thomas, Joseph Thomas, Charles Gaylord, Thomas A.H. Edwards, and Goteleib Shalor. IN PURSUANCE of a judgment rendered in this action on the 26th day of October, 1859, I shall sell at public auction, for cash, at the Court House in the village of Manitowoc, on the ninth day of February, A.D. 1860, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, the following described mortgaged premises, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of said judgment and costs, and expenses of sale, to wit:-Lot 4 in block 129; lot 13 in block 112; lots 1 and 19 in block 195; lots 14, 15, and 18 in block 198; lots 3 and 4 in block 200; lots 19 and 20 in block 202; lots 9 and 12 in block 203; lots 21 and 22 in block 251; lots 13 and 16 in block 259; lots 6 and 7 in block 295; lots 19 and 20 in block 298; lots 10 and 11 in block 300; lots 15 and 18 in block 303; lots 11 and 14 in block 308; lots 7 and 10 in block 330; lots 21 and 22 in block 339; lots 12 and 13 in block 313; lots 11 and 14 in block D; lots 6 and 7 in block J; and lots 10 and 11 in block ?; all of said lots and blocks being situated in the west half of section thirty, in township number 19, range number twenty four, in the county of Manitowoc, and State of Wisconsin. -Sheriff's Office, Manitowoc, October 26, 1859. Louis Kemper, Sheriff. Palmer & Stark, Attornies. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, November 11, 1859 P.3


WAGNER, ERNST Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. State of Wisconsin-Manitowoc County Circuit Court. Argalus W. Starks against Albert N. Baker, Sarah Baker, his wife, Ernst Wagner, Catharine Wagner, his wife, Damese L. Thomas, Joseph Thomas, Charles Gaylord, Thomas A.H. Edwards, and Goteleib Shalor. IN PURSUANCE of a judgment rendered in this action on the 26th day of October, 1859, I shall sell at public auction, for cash, at the Court House in the village of Manitowoc, on the ninth day of February, A.D. 1860, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, the following described mortgaged premises, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of said judgment and costs, and expenses of sale, to wit:-Lot 4 in block 129; lot 13 in block 112; lots 1 and 19 in block 195; lots 14, 15, and 18 in block 198; lots 3 and 4 in block 200; lots 19 and 20 in block 202; lots 9 and 12 in block 203; lots 21 and 22 in block 251; lots 13 and 16 in block 259; lots 6 and 7 in block 295; lots 19 and 20 in block 298; lots 10 and 11 in block 300; lots 15 and 18 in block 303; lots 11 and 14 in block 308; lots 7 and 10 in block 330; lots 21 and 22 in block 339; lots 12 and 13 in block 313; lots 11 and 14 in block D; lots 6 and 7 in block J; and lots 10 and 11 in block ?; all of said lots and blocks being situated in the west half of section thirty, in township number 19, range number twenty four, in the county of Manitowoc, and State of Wisconsin. -Sheriff's Office, Manitowoc, October 26, 1859. Louis Kemper, Sheriff. Palmer & Stark, Attornies. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, November 11, 1859 P.3


WAGNER, ERNST JR. Dicka, Bertha & Wagner, Ernst Jr. vs Wagner, Ida & Wagner, Ernst Sr. Estate yr. 1894; #3019; CF51


WAGNER, ERNST SR. Dicka, Bertha & Wagner, Ernst Jr. vs Wagner, Ida & Wagner, Ernst Sr. Estate yr. 1894; #3019; CF51


WAGNER, IDA Dicka, Bertha & Wagner, Ernst Jr. vs Wagner, Ida & Wagner, Ernst Sr. Estate yr. 1894; #3019; CF51


WAGNER, JACOB Boor, John (Jacob Wagner vs) debt dispute yr. 1879; #992; CF 34


WAGNER, PETER 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


WAGNER, ROBERT Klingholz, Charles; Herman, John; Stobacky, John Defendants Wagner, Robert Plaintiff Wagner seeks $1,700.00 due him for the construction of a building for defendants. Defendants claim $500.00 for goods merchandise and wares charged to plaintiff. yr. 1858; #1807; CF14


WAGNER, SOPHY NOTICE TO CREDITORS. First Publication Aug. 5th 1886. In Probate-Manitowoc County Court. In the matter of the Estate of Sophy Wagner, deceased, To All Whom It May Concern:-Letters testamentary on said Estate having been issued to Lewis Wagner on the 4th day of August, 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 Second Tuesday of November and December, A.D., 1886, and ???? on the last day of the time so limited, 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 August 4th, 1886. Carl H. Schmidt, County Judge. Nash & Nash, Attorneys. Manitowoc Der Nord Westen, Thursday, August 5, 1886 P. 5


WAHRIG, NO NAME Klissig (Wahrig vs) yr. 1855; #203; CF2


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


WAKEFIELD, LAURA E. Duhnke, Reinhold E. (incompetent) Estate & Guardianship vs Wernecke, Henry Probate sister Laura E. Wakefield of Lake County, Il Son-in-law William Esch, of city of MTWC appointed new guardian Wernecke, Henry dismissed as guardian yr. 1904; #3992; CF64


WALDO, W.W. Boetger, Herman; Waldo, W.W. vs Receiver White & Forest Money owed yr. 1881; 1186; CF 36


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


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


WALDO, WILLIAMS Beardsley, Edgar; Waldo, Williams; Beardsley, Sophia; Bell, Robert; Van Valkenburg, David Plaintiffs Tuttle L.G.; Green Mark; Green David defendants A dispute about the value of shingles and other lumber delivered by plntfs to dfndts. Plntfs doing business as VanValkenburg & Co. of Manitowoc dfndts dba Tuttle Green & Co Chicago. yr. 1861; #1761; Box CF 14 FLB


WALDO, WM. W. 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


WALDO, WM. W. 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


WALDO, WM. W. 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


WALENTA, WENZEL Case, J.I. Threshing Co. vs Walenta, Wenzel yr. 1881; #1183; CF 36


WALKE, GEORGE C. 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


WALKER, CHARLES Blumenstein, Wilhelmina vs Drucks, F. & Charles Walker St. Wis. Defraud yr. 1871; CX2682; CF 19


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


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


WALKER, GEORGE C. 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


WALKER, L.B. MANITOWOC COUNTY, Town of Two Rivers. In Justices Court, To L.B. WALKER. You are hereby notified that a writ of replevin has been issued against you and fourteen cords of pine shingle bolts replevied, Now unless you shall appear before H.L. Allen, Justice of the peace in and for said County at his office in said Town on the 24th day of March A.D. 1855 at one o'clock in the afternoon, Judgement will be rendered against you and the said property delivered to the undersigned. Dated at Two Rivers this 3th day of March, 1855. ALDRICH SMITH & Co, Plaintiff. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, March 15, 1855 P. 3 ******* (Note: re·plev·in 1. (Law) the recovery of goods unlawfully taken, made subject to establishing the validity of the recovery in a legal action and returning the goods if the decision is adverse.


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


WALKKER, CHAS. H. 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


WALKKER, CHAS. H. 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


WALLER, JOSEPH 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


WALLICH, A. Burchard, Edward vs Wallich, A. etal; Bockmer, Daniel yr. 1875; #549; CF 28


WALLICH, CHARLOTTE 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


WALLSCHLAEGER, (NO NAME) Button & Greene Co. (Wallschlaeger) yr. 1886; Box CF 21


WALSH, (NO NAME) Eames vs Walsh yr. 1856 #216; CF2


WALSH, FELIX Beyolke Gottleit & Beyolke Johanna estate Walsh Felix vs Guse Adolph S. of W. yr. 1877; No. 713; Box C.F. 30


WALSKI, ALBERT COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. 25-In re estate of Albert Walski, deceased; letter of guardianship issued to Eva Walski. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 28, 1882 P. 4


WALSKI, ALBERT COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. In re estate of Albert Walski, deceased; license to sell lands of minors; bond of Eva Walski, guardian of minors. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, April 25, 1882 P. 1


WALSKI, EVA COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. 25-In re estate of Albert Walski, deceased; letter of guardianship issued to Eva Walski. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 28, 1882 P. 4


WALSKI, EVA COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. In re estate of Albert Walski, deceased; license to sell lands of minors; bond of Eva Walski, guardian of minors. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, April 25, 1882 P. 1


WALTERBACH, CHRISTINA Felber, Anton et al D. - Walterbach, Christina P yr. 1899; #3625, D552; CF58


WALTERBACH, PETER Kafka, Margaret; Libal, Joseph; Shimonek, Wenzel & Herman, Peter, Hodlicka, Anna Sr.; Hodlicka, Anna Jr.; Hodlicka, Anton,; Hodlicka, Emma,; Hodlicka, Frank,; Hodlicka, Charles,; Hodlicka, James,; Hodlicka, Annie Kries, Charles as guardian of the minor heirs of Hodlicka, Wenzel, deceased. Walterbach, Peter, Steiner, Mrs. Rosa, the trustees of the Kossuth Mutual Fire company (Catherine Holdlicka) yr. 1883; #1339; CF 39


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


WAMA, JOSEPH Phillis Voytel ag. Joseph Wama. Foreclose. J.D. Markham, Pltff's Atty. Judgment signed. CIRCUIT COURT for MANITOWOC COUNTY. JUDGE TAYLOR PRESIDING. April 28, 1859.


WANISH, JOSEPH Municipal court has had several cases the past few days, Cooperstown furnishing a double action Friday when Frank Novak paid a fine of $16.07 for an assault on Joseph Wanish. In retaliation Novak immediately had Wanish arrested on a similar charge and the case will be heard April 13. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Saturday, April 9, 1904 P. 4 ******** (Note: This is not from court index, but from newspaper)


WARBASE, THOMAS IN PROBATE-Manitowoc County Court. In the matter of the estate of Thomas Warbase, deceased. To all whom it may concern: NOTICE is hereby given that we the subscriber were on the 18th day of August, 1859, appointed and commissioned by the Judge of said court, commisioners to receive examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the said deceased, that eight months from and after said day have been allowed and limited for creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance and that we will on the 13th day of October, 1859, and on the third Tuesday of December 1859 attend to the business of said appointment at the store of A. Roberts & Co., in the village of Manitowoc, from nine o'clock in the morning until four o'clock P.M. and each of said days. FRED GERGE, WM. BACH. Commissioneers. Dated this 25th day of August 1859 The Manitowoc Pilot, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, October 14, 1859 P. 4


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


WARD, DANIEL Clarenback, Ernst vs Ward, Daniel et al yr. 1895; #1392; CF39


WARD, DANIEL Michael Kennedy vs Daniel Ward yr. 1867; X 891; CF 7


WARD, G. Edwards, A.L (G. Ward vs) yr. 1856; X385; CF3


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


WARD, WILLIAM J. Champin, Aristarchus vs Ward, William J. yr.1868; X1687; CF13


WARNER, WILLIAM S. David H. Aldrich vs William S. Warner yr. 1847; X9; CF 1


WARNING, HENRY Kaufmann, Franz (State of Wis) vs Lehan, Henry Stole money from Henry Warning $25.00 yr. 1870; CX2453; CF 18


WARNING, JOACHIM Notice to Creditors. (First Publication Dec. 29, 1885.) IN PROBATE-MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT. In the matter of the estate of Joachim Warning deceased. To all whom it may Concern: Letters of testamentary on said estate of Joachim Warning late of the town Centerville Manitowoc Co. deceased intestate having been issued to Fritz Martens on the 22nd day of December A.D. 1885, 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 County Judge will, on the first Tuesdays of March, May and 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 Dec. 8th 1885. R.D. Smart, County Judge. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 12, 1886 p. 4


WARNING, JOACHIN Order for Proof of Will. (First publication Nov. 17th, 1885) STATE OF WISCONSIN-COUNTY OF MANITOWOC, ss Probate Office, Manitowoc, Nov. 20th. A.D. 1885. In the matter of the proof and Probate of the last will and testament of Jachin (sic) Warning deceased, late of the county of Manitowoc. Whereas an instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of Joachin Warning deceased, late of the County of Manitowoc has been filed in this office; and whereas application has been made by John Mill 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 15th day of Dec. 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, January 12, 1886 p. 4


WARREN, S.J. Adams, Martin V Plaintiff Lueps, Jacob Defendant On Sept. 15 1859 Lueps signed a note for $300 payable to S.J. Warren due on Sept. 16 1859. Interest at 12%, note and interest payable on demand by the Lakeshore Bank Manitowoc. After several attempts at collecton Warren endorsed the note to Adams. On Oct 5 1859 Court awarded plaintiff 308.95 in addition defendant must pay costs of $20.34 yr 1859; #1782; Box CF 14 FLB


WASHBURN, JOHN S. Camp, Parmenas A. vs Washburn, John S. obtaining materials under false pretense yr. 1856; CX2591; CF 19


WASHINGTON, BENEDICT Knapwurst, William & Catherine (Washington, Benedict vs) suing for payment for goods delivered yr. 1874; #391; CF26


WASSMER, ANNA Kersten, Gerhard N. vs Zech, Hieronymous et al Anna Zech; Henry Zech(son); Henry T. Scudder; Anna Wassmer; John C. Kliest (trustee) Money and Property dispute yr. 1902; CF 66


WATERMANN, HENRY Order to hear Petition for Administration, 19 (First publication March 27, 1883.) IN PROBATE-MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT. In the matter of the estate of William Elfers, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Henry Watermann, of the Town of Plymouth, Sheboygan County, representing among other things that William Elfers, late of said County of Manitowoc, on or about the 21st day of February, A.D., 1883, at said City of Manitowoc, died intestate, leaving goods, chattels and estate within this State and that the said petitioner is a creditor of said deceased, and praying that administration of said estate be to Joseph Staehle granted, it is ordered that said petition be heard before this Court, on Tuesday, the 17th day of April, A.D. 1883, at 10 o'clock A.M., at my office in said county. Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to the heirs of said deceased and to all persons interested, by publishing a copy of this order for three weeks successively prior to said day of hearing, in the Lake Shore Times, a weekly newspaper published at Manitowoc, in said County. Dated at Manitowoc, the 23rd day of March, A.D. 1883. R.D. Smart, County Judge. Estrabrook & Walker, Attys. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, April 3, 1883 P. 4


WATT, J.P. 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


WATTLE, ANDREW Bishoff, Rudolph; Bishoff, Catherine Plaintiffs Wattle, Andrew Defendant Plaintiffs seek $1,000 for damages after defndt called plntf's wife a Whore. Jury trial. Jury decided no cause of action. yr. 1886; #2134; Box CF 16 FLB


WATTS, THOMAS 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


WEBER, G.W. Jones, Benjamin (D), Smoke, David (D) Weber, Theodor; Weber, G.W. (P) yr. 1870; #62; CF 22


WEBER, HEINRICK Biefield, Frederick; Wilhelm Sy; Newhouse, Edward; Anderaki, Joseph; Weber, Heinrick State of Wis Manitowoc Co. Estabrook C.E. vs Wilke Goiefried(sic) Caroline Wilke & Goiefried(sic) Wilke are devorced(sic) Sale of land yr. 1876; Case 622; Box C.F. 29


WEBER, HENRICK Estabrook, C.E. vs Wilke, Goefried Sr. State of Wis. Manitowoc, Wis. Sale of land Anderski, Joseph; Weber, Henrick; Biehfield, Frederick; Sy, Wilhelm; Newhouse, Edward Devorced (sic) are Caroline Wilke & Godgrid(sic) Wilke Sr. Sale of land yr. 1876; #622; CF29


WEBER, SABINE D. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. IN PROBATE-MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT. In the matter of the Estate of Sabine D. Weber deceased. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Letter of Administration on said Estate of Sabina D. Weber having been issued to Adam Weber on the 10th day of February 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, at the regular term of such Court, on the first Tuesday of April, May and August A.D. 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 February 10th 1886. Carl H. Schmidt, County Judge. Manitowoc Post, Thursday, February 18, 1886 P. 4


WEBER, THEODOR Jones, Benjamin (D), Smoke, David (D) Weber, Theodor; Weber, G.W. (P) yr. 1870; #62; CF 22


WEBLEN, ANDREW State of Wis. vs. Dempsey, Thomas by Andrew Weblen Killing yr. 1895; #280; CF71


WEBLING, CHARLES Kiewert, Charles L. vs Webling, Charles Promissary Note yr. 1893; #2276; CF 50


WEBSTER, BRADLEY Dick, Alonzo; Modlin, Henry, Defnedants (sic) Webster, Bradley Plaintiff Plaintiff seeks a change of venue from Calumet County to Manitowoc, County because of popularity of defendants. Plaintiff contends that defendants built a dam on the Manitowoc River down stream from plntfs dam and higher thus rendering plntfs dam usleless for waterpower. yr. 1857; #1813; CF14


WEDEMAN, PETER Evans, Richard C.; Norwood, Samuel S.; Wedeman, Peter; Smith, James Defendants Plntfs accused of cutting down five hundred pine trees from plntf's land in the town of Cato. Trees valued at $1,500.00 No record number cited


WEDENKAMP, HENRY Bach, Henry Defendant - Wedenkamp, Henry Plaintiff Plaintiff seeks to recover 168.50 on a note for 90 daysinterest at 10% yr. 1858; #1802; Box CF 14 FLB


WEEKS, THOMAS Burke, John Defendant; Weeks, Thomas Plaintiff Plaintiff seeks possession of a quarter section in Town of Liberty for which he has a warranty deed dated May 1857 He says defendant has kept him from access to his property and collected rents and profits from the land. Plntf also seeks $600 damages. yr. 1859; #1814; Box CF 15 FLB


WEGFARTH, CATHERINE ORDER FOR PROOF OF WILL. First publication Jan. 6th 1887. STATE OF WISCONSIN, Manitowoc County. ss Probate Office, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, December 31st, A.D., 1886. In the matter of the Proof and Probate of the last Will and Testament of Catherine Wegfarth, deceased, late of the County of Manitowoc. Whereas an instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of Catharine (sic) Wegfarth deceased, late of Manitowoc, County, has been filed in this office; and whereas application has been made by Thomas Mohr, who is named in said Will as Executor thereof, praying that the same be proven and admitted to Probate according to the laws of this State, and that letters testamentary be issued thereon as provided by law: Therefore, it is ordered that said application be heard before me at the Probate Office in the City of Manitowoc, in said County, on Tuesday, the 1st day of February, A.D., 1887, at 10 o'clock A.M. And it is further orderd, that notice shall be given to all persons interested in said will, of the time and place of said hearing, by publication of a copy of this order in the Nord-Westen, a newspaper printed in said County, for three successive weeks, once each week, prior to the time of such hearing. By the Court, Carl H. Schmidt, County Judge. Schmitz & Kirwan, Attorneys. Der Nord Westen, Thursday, January 13, 1887 P. 5


WEGHE, HENRY Eichhoff, E. (Weghe, Henry vs) Notice of trial Remarks: Weyhe? yr. 1858; X2319; CF17


WEGNER, MINNIE Examination is being conducted in Probate court into the mental condition of Minnie Wegner, a Cooperstown girl, aged 19 years who has of late become violent. The petition was filed by parents of the girl. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, June 30, 1904 P. 1


WEILISS, JOHN G. Bretzel, Julius Defendant State of Wisconsin dfndt is accused of stealing a horse, harness and wagon valued at $265 belonging to John G. Weiliss of Village of Manitowoc yr. 1867; #2022; Box CF 15 FLB


WEINER, MICHAEL Kain, Alice See Weiner, Michael #1257


WEINER, MICHAEL Kain, Bernard (Weiner, Michael vs) Financial dispute #1257; CF 37


WEISE, (NO NAME) Dahlman; Belitz; Jensen; Johnson; Marsch; McCully; Stein; Strover; Weise; yr. 1877; #746; CF30


WEISE, ADOLPH Belitz Henry Deft. - Dahlman Anthony Pltf Forecloser & Mortgage. Weise, Adolph; Strover, Henry; Striver, Adolph; Stein, Charles; Stein, Jouis(sic); McColly, William; Johnson, Allen yr. 1877; No. 746; Box CF 30


WEISER, H. Koch, Oscar (H. Weiser vs) yr. 1852; X90; CF1


WEISNER, (NO NAME) Bach vs Weisner yr. 1854; #160; CF 2


WEISS, VALENTIN Kammerschmidt, Jacob vs Weiss, Valentin Divorce his wife yr. 1853; X114; CF 1


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


WELK, RODMAN H. Kalb, Joseph et al (Welk, Rodman H. vs) Promissary note yr. 1864; X2402; CF 17


WELLAUER, JACOB Kehr, Alexander See Jacob Wellauer #1625 See Jacob Wellauer #1623


WELLINGTON, B. Otis H. Carpenter (B. Wellington vs) yr. 1862; X777; CF 7


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


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


WELLINGTON, BENJAMIN 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


WELLINGTON, BENJAMIN 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


WELLINGTON, CORNELIUS 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


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


WELLINGTON, HENRY W. 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


WELLNER, ANNA Bates, Thomas Defendant - Wellner, Anna Plaintiff Wellner charges Bates with fathering her bastard child. When Bates is refused a chance to testify because hearing was being held in justice of the peace court, he requested a circuit court hearing. yr. 1860; #1821; Box CF 14 FLB


WELLS, NO NAME Klingholz vs Wells yr. 1869; X1005; CF8


WELLS, JOHN 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


WELLS, RODMAN W. Borcherdt, Frederick Defendant Wells, Rodman W. Plaintiff Plaintiff seeks to collect on notes in amt 710.44 Interest 7% which he purchased from W. & J. Treadwell and Perry & Norton yr. 1863; #1806; Box CF 14 FLB


WELSH, (NO NAME) Durgen (Welsh vs) yr. 1854; #192; CF2


WELSH, JOHN Burns, Luke & Burns Ellen his wife - (John Welsh vs) To foreclose a mortgage yr. 1891; #C239 N'6 2055; CF 47


WEMPSTER, DANIEL Wheeler Kitchen vs Daniel Wempster yr. 1855; X267; CF3


WENDL, EARL Eggert, Louis Deft. - Wendl, Earl Pltf. Wife Frederica Wendl Dispute over land. yr. 1877; #593; CF30


WENDL, FREDERICA Eggert, Louis Deft. - Wendl, Earl Pltf. Wife Frederica Wendl Dispute over land. yr. 1877; #593; CF30


WENDT, (NO NAME) Eggert - Wendt yr. 1877; #693; CF30


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


WENDT, CHARLES E. Klingholz, Richard Hottleman, Charles Dfndts Mahler, Jacob Wendt, Charles E. Plaintiffs DBA Mahler & Wendt Suit to collect $252.92 Int 12% Term 90 days a note. yr. 1858; #2054; CF15


WENNER, J. 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


WENTZEL, HENRY Allie, David - Amos Allie (State of Wis vs) on complaint of Henry Wentzel yr. 1855; CX 1411; CF 11


WERD, A. Ceallette, Henry vs Werd, F.W. & Werd A. yr. 1886; no number says large bundle; Box C.F. 21


WERD, F.W. Ceallette, Henry vs Werd, F.W. & Werd A. yr. 1886; no number says large bundle; Box C.F. 21


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


WERNECKE, HENRY Duhnke, Reinhold E. (incompetent) Estate & Guardianship vs Wernecke, Henry Probate sister Laura E. Wakefield of Lake County, Il Son-in-law William Esch, of city of MTWC appointed new guardian Wernecke, Henry dismissed as guardian yr. 1904; #3992; CF64


WERNER, MARY State of Wis. v.s. Bonk, Pauline (Mayefsky, Joseph) renter Bonk, Martin owner Werner, Mary; Kaitner, Vanda; Zeplefski, Pauline Damage to home yr. 1895; No. 378; Box C.F. 71


WERNER, PETER Knoor, Adolph & Knoor Mary wife (Werner, Peter Plaintiff) Promissory note yr. 1888; #1844; CF45


WERZ, LORENZ Binversey, Peter defendant State of Wisconsin Dfndt accuse of killing the dog of Lorenz Werz Town of Meeme when the dog barked as Binversey was going into the pig pen without the permission of Werz. yr. 1861; #2024; Box CF 15 FLB


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


WEST, DAN 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


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


WESTGATE, D.G. Dutcher, John A. et al vs D.G. Westgate yr. 1856; X292; CF3


WESTGATE, DANIEL Feldsien, H. vs Daniel Westgate yr. 1855; X295; CF3


WESTPHAL, H.C. 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


WEYER, ALBERT State of Wis vs Bishop Stanislaus by (Weyer Albert & George yr. 1895; No 264; Box CF 71


WEYER, GEORGE State of Wis vs Bishop Stanislaus by (Weyer Albert & George yr. 1895; No 264; Box CF 71


WEYHE, HENRY Eishkoff, Edward, Defendant Weyhe, Henry; Subilia, Henry A. Plaintiffs Plaintiffs doing business as H. Weyhe & Co of Kenosha accepted a not (sic) from defendant made out to defendant in the amount of 180.51. note dated Oct. 25 1856 Defendant apparently operated a store. Defendant has since skipped the country. yr. 1858; #1825; CF14


WEYHE, JOHN S. Dix, John P. Defendant Weyhe, John S. Plaintiff Plaintiff seeks to recover on 4 notes dated 1 month apart total amount $120 plus interst (sic). yr. 1860; #1819; CF14


WHALEN, MARGARET Carbery, Patrick (Whalen, Margaret vs) yr. 1890-1891; #1997; CF 47


WHEELER, KITCHEN Dempster, Daniel (Wheeler Kitchen vs) yr. 1855; X267; CF3


WHEELER, WILLIAM Borchardt, Frederick etal (Wheeler, William etal VS) Notice to appear & answer claim yr. 1851; X2309; CF 17


WHETSTONE, ELLEN Burtt, Nellie etal - (Ellen Whetstone vs) deed dispute yr. 1873; #442; CF 26


WHIK, C.W. Drux, Frank Resides in Vancovers, Washington Territory Forrest, G.A.; Whik, C.W. vs Law partners in Manitowoc Money owed for services between May, 1872 & March, 1874 ($88.30) yr. 1879; #976; CF33


WHIPPLE, RODNEY M. Dunham, Lindsey W. et al (Whipple, Rodney M.) Notice of trial yr. 1865; X2312; CF17


WHITCOMB, CYRUS Allen, Rufus; Allen, George W.; Allen, William; Whitcomb, Cyrus; (Schroeder, Albert vs) Estate settelment(sic) yr. Aug. 1901; no 3809; Box H CF 60


WHITCOMB, CYRUS Allen, Rufus; Allen, Geo. W.; Allen, William; Whitcomb, Cyrus Plaintiffs Jones, Benjamin; Smith Perry Defendants Plaintiffs doing business as Wisconsin Leather Co seeks to recover on a note for $163.50 Int 7% time 1 yr issued by defs. as B Jones Co. yr. 1859; #1776; Box C 14 FLB


WHITCOMB, CYRUS Allen, Rufus; Allen, George; Allen, William; Whitcomb, Cyrus Plaintiffs doing business as Wisconsin Leather Co of Two Rivers Wi. Feldsine, Henry, Defendant Plaintiffs seek to recover on a note in amt of 151.42 yr. 1857; #1797; Box Cf 14 FLB


WHITCOMB, CYRUS Cahier, Edward vs Smith H.H. (Caya) in inside Louis Fields & Simmons; Cyrus Whitcomb; Antoine Caya; Francis Langrain(Langreau); Lewis Flures; Timothy Harrington? late of Tn T.R. d. ca 28 Sep 1854 acting J.P. for Mtw Co. heard original case judgment against Dft dispute over oats sold to H.H. Smith yr. 1854; X242; CF 2


WHITCOMB, CYRUS Carpenter, William vs Whitcomb, Cyrus yr. 1863; X1608; CF 13


WHITCOMB, J. Daniels, Marion (J. Whitcomb vs) yr. 1856; X364; CF3


WHITCOMB, JOHN MANITOWOC CO. Circuit Court-In Equity. James P. Glover, surviving partner of the firm of Smith & Glover, Complainants, vs. John Whitcomb, and Mary Whitcomb, Defendants. -Foreclosure. It satisfactorily appearing to me that a subpoena to answer was duly issued out of and under the seal of this Court, in the above cause, on the 22d day of November, A.D. 1854, and that the said subpoena has been returned by the Sheriff of Manitowoc County by his special Deputy authorized to serve the same, with a return thereon endorsed, that the said defendant John Whitcomb, is not to be found in said county; and it further appearing, from the affidavit of L.T. Warren, the complainant's solicitor, that the said defendant, John Whitcomb, is not a resident of the State of Wisconsin; Therefore, on motion of L.T. Warren, counsel for the complaintants, it is ordered that the said John Whitcomb appear in our said Court, and plead, answer, or demur to the bill of complaint on file in this cause, by the tenth day of March, 1855, and that in default thereof, the said bill be taken as confessed by the said defendant; and it is further ordered, that a copy of this order be served personaily on the said defendant within twenty days of that a copy thereof be published in the "Manitowoc Tribune,' a newspaper printed, published and circulated in said County of Manitowoc, for six weeks successively, the first publication to be within twenty days from the date of this order. S.A. WOOD, Court Commissioner for Manitowoc Co. L.T. WARREN, Solicitor and of counsel for Complainants. Attest Chas. A. Reuter, Clerk of Circit Court. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, December 23, 1854 P. 3


WHITCOMB, JOHN CHANCERY SALE. STATE OF WISCONSIN. Circuit Court for Manitowoc County. In Equity. James P. Glover surviving partner of the late firm of Smith and Glover, Complainants vs. John Whitcomb, & Mary Whitcomb, Defendants. In pursuance and by virtue of a decretal order made the 20. day of March A.D. 1855, in the above entitled cause I shall expose for sale and sell at public vendue at the Office of L.T. Warren in the village of Manitowoc in the County aforesaid on Monday the 21st day of May A.D. 1855, at ten o'clock in the forenoon the following described mortgaged premises to wit; Lots No. one (1) and two (2) in Block No. three hundred and twenty-two (322) in the village Plat of Manitowoc, according to the recorded map of said Town. Dated at Manitowoc this 3. day of April A.D. 1855. F.W. Adams, Sheriff. L.T. WARREN, complt. Soliciter. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, April 5, 1855 P. 3


WHITCOMB, MARY MANITOWOC CO. Circuit Court-In Equity. James P. Glover, surviving partner of the firm of Smith & Glover, Complainants, vs. John Whitcomb, and Mary Whitcomb, Defendants. -Foreclosure. It satisfactorily appearing to me that a subpoena to answer was duly issued out of and under the seal of this Court, in the above cause, on the 22d day of November, A.D. 1854, and that the said subpoena has been returned by the Sheriff of Manitowoc County by his special Deputy authorized to serve the same, with a return thereon endorsed, that the said defendant John Whitcomb, is not to be found in said county; and it further appearing, from the affidavit of L.T. Warren, the complainant's solicitor, that the said defendant, John Whitcomb, is not a resident of the State of Wisconsin; Therefore, on motion of L.T. Warren, counsel for the complaintants, it is ordered that the said John Whitcomb appear in our said Court, and plead, answer, or demur to the bill of complaint on file in this cause, by the tenth day of March, 1855, and that in default thereof, the said bill be taken as confessed by the said defendant; and it is further ordered, that a copy of this order be served personaily on the said defendant within twenty days of that a copy thereof be published in the "Manitowoc Tribune,' a newspaper printed, published and circulated in said County of Manitowoc, for six weeks successively, the first publication to be within twenty days from the date of this order. S.A. WOOD, Court Commissioner for Manitowoc Co. L.T. WARREN, Solicitor and of counsel for Complainants. Attest Chas. A. Reuter, Clerk of Circit Court. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, December 23, 1854 P. 3


WHITCOMB, MARY CHANCERY SALE. STATE OF WISCONSIN. Circuit Court for Manitowoc County. In Equity. James P. Glover surviving partner of the late firm of Smith and Glover, Complainants vs. John Whitcomb, & Mary Whitcomb, Defendants. In pursuance and by virtue of a decretal order made the 20. day of March A.D. 1855, in the above entitled cause I shall expose for sale and sell at public vendue at the Office of L.T. Warren in the village of Manitowoc in the County aforesaid on Monday the 21st day of May A.D. 1855, at ten o'clock in the forenoon the following described mortgaged premises to wit; Lots No. one (1) and two (2) in Block No. three hundred and twenty-two (322) in the village Plat of Manitowoc, according to the recorded map of said Town. Dated at Manitowoc this 3. day of April A.D. 1855. F.W. Adams, Sheriff. L.T. WARREN, complt. Soliciter. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, April 5, 1855 P. 3


WHITE, (NO NAME) Bender; Bertler; White yr. 1877; 733; CF 30


WHITE, C.W. Birdsall, Benjamin Plaintiff New England Manufacturing Co of Two Rivers Defendant Dfndt by 1st officers William Aldrich Pres and C.W. White sec. signed a promissory note for 198.16 due in 44 days. yr. 1859; #2122; Box CF 16 FLB


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


WHITE, CHAS. W. Bruss, August (White, Chas. W. vs) Damages & cost yr. 1879; X2307; CF 17


WHITE, GEORGE C. Atkins, A.N. & Steel, Chester & White, George C. vs Scherer, Henry; Scherer, Frederika his wife; Suittgen, Margaretta Promissory note yr. 1874; #294; CF 25


WHITE, H. Thos. W. Baker - (H. White vs) yr. 1862; X1429; CF 12


WHITE, P.J. Eberhardt, August vs White, P.J. Nonpayment of promissory note yr. 1890-1891; #2027; CF47


WHITE, W. Koehn, John vs. White, W. yr. 1878; #1423; CF 12


WHITE, W.F. Dill, Melvin; George; David; John Orsini; Nelson, Ann; Forrent, Eliza; Smith, Charles S. - DFT White, W.F. - PTF Foreclosure of tax certif. yr. 1882; #1305; CF38


WHITE, W.F. 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


WHITING, ALBERT T. 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


WHITING, JOSEPH J. 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


WHITMAN, ADOLPH Berner, August vs Whitman, Adolph yr. 1870; #45; CF 22


WHITNEY, DOUGLAS 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


WHITNEY, DOUGLAS Cahill, James etal vs Whitney, Douglas etal yr. 1854; X1705; CF 13


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


WICHOLD, (NO NAME) Clausen, Flora A. vs Klotsh, Harvey and Wichold yr. 1883; #1383; CF39


WICKER, LUTHER Jones, Benjamin et al (Wicker, Luther vs) note yr. 1857; #2320; CF 17


WICKERT, (NO NAME) Eaton Board of Supervisors of Manitowoc county Wickert, Damler yr. 1875; #684; 1877; #738; CF30


WICKERT, J.P. 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


WICKERT, JOHN P. Bolen, John Wickert, John P. yr. 1883; No 1808; Box C.F. 44


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


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


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


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


WIGGERS, JULIUS Andrew, Abraham Defendant - Wiggers, Julius, Plaintiff Motion by plaintiff that previous ruling be set aside to allow additional evidence. Granted yr. 1875; #1811; Box CF 14 FLB


WILCOX, H. J.F. Kinsman et al vs H. Wilcox yr. 1872; X1055; CF9


WILCOX, WILLIAM S. Case & Clark vs William S. Wilcox yr. 1855; X243; CF 7


WILD, (NO NAME) Jorsch vs. Wild yr. 1870; #945; CF 8


WILDA, J.M. 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


WILDE, AUGUST IN PROBATE - Manitowoc County Court. In the matter of the estate of August Wilde, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Christian Wilde, of said county, representing among other things that August Wilde of said county on the 9th day of April, A.D. 1868, near Waukegin, Illinois, died intestate, leaving no goods or chattles and no estate within this State, and that the said petitioner is the father of said deceased, and praying that administration of said estate be to J.A. Kahler granted, it is ordered that said petition be heard before the judge of this Court on Wednesday, the 23d day of March, A.D. 1870, 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 Manitowoc Pilot, a weekly newspaper published at Manitowoc in said county. W.W.Waldo, County Judge Dated Manitowoc, Wis., the 1st day of March A.D. 1870. ******* He died when a ship sank off Waukegan. ******* (From 1860 Manitowoc City census: Christian Wilde age 34; wife Ernestine Wilde age 31; August Wilde age 12; Augusta Wilde age 9; Charles Wilde; age 6; Frederick Wilde age 2) (From 1870 Kossuth Twp. census: Christian Wilde age 51; Ernestine age 44; Carl age 15; Frederick age 11; Christian age 8; Henry age 7; Helene age 5; Louise age 5)


WILHELM, ADAM Keller, Joseph vs Wilhelm, Adam et al Promissary note dispute yr. 1885; #1422; CF 40


WILHELM, ADAM DeWilde, H. Plaintiff Wilhelm, Adam Defendant Plaintiff, a dealer in wines and spirits, from Illinois seeks to collect balance of $12.50 from previous business. Defendants of St Cloud Wis. seeks removal of case to another court citing irregularities in proceedings due to adjournments. yr. 1879; #1735; CF14


WILKE, (NO NAME) Estabrook - Wilke yr. 1876; #622; CF29


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


WILKE, CAROLINE Estabrook, C.E. vs Wilke, Goefried Sr. State of Wis. Manitowoc, Wis. Sale of land Anderski, Joseph; Weber, Henrick; Biehfield, Frederick; Sy, Wilhelm; Newhouse, Edward Devorced (sic) are Caroline Wilke & Godgrid(sic) Wilke Sr. Sale of land yr. 1876; #622; CF29


WILKE, CAROLINE Biefield, Frederick; Wilhelm Sy; Newhouse, Edward; Anderaki, Joseph; Weber, Heinrick State of Wis Manitowoc Co. Estabrook C.E. vs Wilke Goiefried(sic) Caroline Wilke & Goiefried(sic) Wilke are devorced(sic) Sale of land yr. 1876; Case 622; Box C.F. 29


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


WILKE, GODGRID SR. Estabrook, C.E. vs Wilke, Goefried Sr. State of Wis. Manitowoc, Wis. Sale of land Anderski, Joseph; Weber, Henrick; Biehfield, Frederick; Sy, Wilhelm; Newhouse, Edward Devorced (sic) are Caroline Wilke & Godgrid(sic) Wilke Sr. Sale of land yr. 1876; #622; CF29


WILKE, GOEFRIED SR. Estabrook, C.E. vs Wilke, Goefried Sr. State of Wis. Manitowoc, Wis. Sale of land Anderski, Joseph; Weber, Henrick; Biehfield, Frederick; Sy, Wilhelm; Newhouse, Edward Devorced (sic) are Caroline Wilke & Godgrid(sic) Wilke Sr. Sale of land yr. 1876; #622; CF29


WILKE, GOIEFRIED Biefield, Frederick; Wilhelm Sy; Newhouse, Edward; Anderaki, Joseph; Weber, Heinrick State of Wis Manitowoc Co. Estabrook C.E. vs Wilke Goiefried(sic) Caroline Wilke & Goiefried(sic) Wilke are devorced(sic) Sale of land yr. 1876; Case 622; Box C.F. 29


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


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


WILL, FRIEDRICH Kettell, Arnasa D (Will, Friedrich (St Wis) vs)wife Louise Will Assault and beat Louise Will yr. 1870; CX 2687; CF 19


WILL, LOUISE Kettell, Arnasa D (Will, Friedrich (St Wis) vs)wife Louise Will Assault and beat Louise Will yr. 1870; CX 2687; CF 19


WILLERT, AUGUST Bartels, Christian vs Waak, Charles J. & Barbara his wife Guardian for Theodore Waak; Charles J. Waak; Johanna Waak (minors) Willert, August & Augusta his wife Conveyance of land to settle estate yr. 1889; #1948; CF 46


WILLERT, FRED. 11-In re estate of Fred. Willert, deceased:-Special guardian and guardian ad litem appointed. Order issued to show cause why administrator should not be granted license to sell lands. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1882 P. 4


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


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


WILLERT, FREDERICK COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. March 11-In re estate of Frederick Willert, deceased; proof of publication filed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, March 21, 1882 P. 4


WILLERT, FREDERICK COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. Smart, J. In re estate of Frederick Willert, deceased: Final decree entered. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, July 18, 1882 P. 4


WILLERT, FREDRICK 10-In re estate of Fredrick Willert, decease:-Petition for sale of lands to pay debts. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1882 P. 4


WILLERT, THEODORE (Kelly, Joseph) State of Wis. By Willert, Theodore Stole money yr. 1900; No. 223; Box CF 71


WILLIAM, LILLIE J. King (William, Lillie vs) yr. 1849; X9; CF1


WILLIAM, S. William Bach - (S. William vs) yr. 1860; X1425; CF 12


WILLIAMS, MRS. A. C & NW RR (Williams, A. (Mrs.) vs) yr. 1902; #3412; CF 65


WILLIAMS, BENJAMIN Camp, P.H. vs Benjamin Williams yr. 1859; X1672; CF 13


WILLIAMS, HENRY Caseney, Peter vs Williams, Henry etal yr. 1858; X1658; CF 13


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


WILLIAMS, SANFORD Danforth, William etal (& wife) Williams, Sanford vs) foreclosure yr. 1864 X2427 CF18


WILLME, JAMES H. 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


WILLS, LOUIS Bubolz, Albertine vs Bubolz, Fritz md 17 Dec 1858 at village of Mtwc by M. Koehln, a minister of gospel ch: Fritz, 6 mos also listed as Frederick 2 yrs old as of Nov 14, 1861. Louis Wills, father of plaintiff states he knew defendant in Germany. yr. 1861; X1691; CF 13


WILME, JAMES H. 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


WILMS. CHARLES Bielek, Katie (complainant) (State of Wis vs Charles Wilms) yr. 1889; Cri 346 #134; HCF 69


WILSON, NO NAME Klein Wilson yr. 1888; #1689; CF43


WILSON, ALAIMA Kachler, Charles (Wilson, Alaima vs) yr. 1850; #56; CF 1


WILSON, ANNIE Klein, Elizabeth vs Wilson, Charles & wife Annie Mortgage yr. 1888; #1889; CF43


WILSON, CHARLES Klein, Elizabeth vs Wilson, Charles & wife Annie Mortgage yr. 1888; #1889; CF43


WILSON, CHAS. COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. Feb. 14-In re estate of Chas. Wilson, deceased; order entered to hear petition to sell lands of minors. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 28, 1882 P. 4


WILSON, FRED Batters, Chas. Fred (aka Fred Wilson) about 25 yrs. single - from Chgo Inquest - fell to death on deck of Sch. Felicitous on Lake Michigan - doing his work off Two Creeks. yr. 1882; #39; CF 68


WILSON, GEORGE Dixon, James vs George Wilson et al yr. 1858; X1630; CF13


WILSON, PATRICK Ballard, Charles P. vs Gullison G. etal; Thomas, Nicholas; Wilson, Patrick; Wilson, Thomas non-payment of note yr. 1881; 1181; CF 36


WILSON, THOMAS Ballard, Charles P. vs Gullison G. etal; Thomas, Nicholas; Wilson, Patrick; Wilson, Thomas non-payment of note yr. 1881; 1181; CF 36


WIMMER, ANTON Densow, Pauline vs Wimmer, Anton et al Promissary note & land dispute yr. 1879; #1003; CF34


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


WINDATE, CORNEILA 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


WINDATE, THOMAS 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


WINDIATE, (NO NAME) Brink - Windiate 1877 CF30 754 Windiate Cordelia 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


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


WINDIATE, T. Koch, T. vs Windiate, T. et al yr. X1074; #1703; CF9


WINDIATE, THOMAS Bell, Thomas Plaintiff - Thomas Windiate Defendant Plaintiff states that he gave note and a mortgage to defendant in return for $800.00 Plntf states that he has paid the money and interest but dfndt refused to release the mortgage. yr. 1858; #2199; Box CF 16 FLB


WINDIATE, THOMAS Brink P.W. vs Windiate Thomas Money collected yr. 1877; No. 754; Box CF 30


WINDIATE, THOMAS 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


WINDIATE, THOMAS Camp, Parminus A. vs Windiate, Thomas etal James Butler Indebtedness for merchandise yr. 1875; #481; CF 27


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


WINDIATE, THOS. 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


WINKE, ANNIE Brandes, Fritz etal vs Winke, Annie etal Financial & property dispute yr. 1896; #3322; CF 55


WINKEL, LOUISA Balz, Katharine 13 yrs on 6 Aug 1890; Balz, Mary 11 yrs 3 Jan 1890; Balz, William 9 yrs 12 Feb 1890; Balz, Louisa 7 yrs 2 July 1890 Infant children of Nicholas Balz & Baltz deceased 22 Sept. 1886 In re estate of John Temke, special guardian Mother & Stepfather are Bernard & Louisa Bunge or Eliza - 35 yrs on 29 Aug 1892 Live Town of Schleswig (other side of the card) Nicholas Baltz had a sister Mrs. Catharine Lehnard of Sheboygan S1/2 of NW1/4 of Sect 4 in T 17N R21E Mtwc Co. deeded to Nicholas by his parents In 1900 Mary Balz was Mary Grabs In 1904 Louisa Balz was Louise W??eel [Winkel] yr. 1873; #2043; CF 47


WINKELMANN, F. Brehmer, Dietrich (Winkelmann, F. vs) yr. 1875; #604; CF 28


WINKELMUELLER, CHARLES Bach, William etal - (Winkelmueller, Charles vs) Report of sale of property by sheriff yr. 1860; X2317; CF 17


WINKELMUELLER, CHARLES Bach, William & Francisca - (Winkelmueller, Charles vs) Foreclosure of mtge yr. 1859; X666; CF 5


WINKLEMILLER, RICHARD Chgo & NW RR Co. (Winklemiller, Richard vs) Property yr. 1904; CF 64


WINN, ISAAC F. 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


WINN, ISAAC F. 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


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


WINTER, GOTTLIEB Bodrim, Joseph vs Winter, Gottlieb yr. 1880/81; 1132; CF 36


WINTERMEYER, AGNES Augustus Baensch vs Valentine Wintermeyer & Agnes Wintermeyer yr. 1852; X127; CF 1


WINTERMEYER, VALENTINE Augustus Baensch vs Valentine Wintermeyer & Agnes Wintermeyer yr. 1852; X127; CF 1


WIRTH, EDWARD Christman, Susanna (Wirth, Edward & Leopold vs) yr. 1871; #88; CF22


WIRTH, EDWARD Jones, Alonzo (Wirth, Edward vs.) Promissory Note yr. 1869; #2318; CF 17


WIRTH, JACOB Birdsall, Coe - (Wirth, Jacob vs) yr. 1871; Case # 99; CF 22


WIRTH, LEOPOLD Christman, Susanna (Wirth, Edward & Leopold vs) yr. 1871; #88; CF22


WISE, ABNER S. REFEREE'S SALE. STATE OF WISCONSIN, MANITOWOC County, Circuit Court. Ole G. Knudson, against Nills Nielson, Harold Torrison, H.W. Chamberlain, Abner S. Wise, Singamund Wise, James W. Vail, T. Little, C.R. Baker, Nicholas Wollmer, Russell E. Glover, William Buch, Knud Torrison and Jule Torrison. 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 Vendue to the highest bidder at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc, in said county, on Saturday the 22d day of August A.D. 1862 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, of as much thereof as will reflect the amount of said judgment and costs, to-wit: One square acre of land out of the south-east corner of the east half of section numbered six (6), in township numbered eighteen (18), north of range no. 22 east, all in the county of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin. S.A. WOOD, Referee. J.D. MARKHAN, Atty. for Pltff. Date, Manitowoc May 6th 1862. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, October 22, 1862 P. 4


WISE, ABNER S. REFEREE'S SALE. STATE OF WISCONSIN, MANITOWOC County, Circuit Court. Ole G. Knudson, against Nills Nielson, Harold Torrison, H.W. Chamberlain, Abner S. Wise, Singamund Wise, James W. Vail, T. Little, C.R. Baker, Nicholas Wollmer, Russell E. Glover, William Buch, Knud Torrison and Jule Torrison. 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 22d day of August A.D. 1862 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, of as much thereof as will reflect the amount of said judgment and costs, to-wit: One square acre of land out of the south-east corner of the east half of section numbered six (6), in township numbered eighteen (18), north of range no. 22 east, all in the county of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin. S.A. WOOD, Referee. J.D. MARKHAN, Atty. for Pltff. Date, Manitowoc May 6th 1862. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, October 22, 1862 P. 4


WISE, SINGAMUND REFEREE'S SALE. STATE OF WISCONSIN, MANITOWOC County, Circuit Court. Ole G. Knudson, against Nills Nielson, Harold Torrison, H.W. Chamberlain, Abner S. Wise, Singamund Wise, James W. Vail, T. Little, C.R. Baker, Nicholas Wollmer, Russell E. Glover, William Buch, Knud Torrison and Jule Torrison. 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 Vendue to the highest bidder at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc, in said county, on Saturday the 22d day of August A.D. 1862 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, of as much thereof as will reflect the amount of said judgment and costs, to-wit: One square acre of land out of the south-east corner of the east half of section numbered six (6), in township numbered eighteen (18), north of range no. 22 east, all in the county of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin. S.A. WOOD, Referee. J.D. MARKHAN, Atty. for Pltff. Date, Manitowoc May 6th 1862. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, October 22, 1862 P. 4


WISE, SINGAMUND REFEREE'S SALE. STATE OF WISCONSIN, MANITOWOC County, Circuit Court. Ole G. Knudson, against Nills Nielson, Harold Torrison, H.W. Chamberlain, Abner S. Wise, Singamund Wise, James W. Vail, T. Little, C.R. Baker, Nicholas Wollmer, Russell E. Glover, William Buch, Knud Torrison and Jule Torrison. 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 22d day of August A.D. 1862 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, of as much thereof as will reflect the amount of said judgment and costs, to-wit: One square acre of land out of the south-east corner of the east half of section numbered six (6), in township numbered eighteen (18), north of range no. 22 east, all in the county of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin. S.A. WOOD, Referee. J.D. MARKHAN, Atty. for Pltff. Date, Manitowoc May 6th 1862. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, October 22, 1862 P. 4


WIST, C.H. William Bach - (C. H. Wist vs) yr. 1858; X1432; CF 12


WIST, CLAUS Borcherdt, Frederick; Borcherdt, Wilhelmina Defendants Wist, Claus Plaintiff Dfndts borrowed $500.00 from plntf and gave him a mortgage on lots 4 & 5 blk 28; lots 5 & 5 block 37 and lot 1 blk 103 all in village of Two Rivers. Plntf is now foreclosing. yr. 1858; #2119; Box CF 16 FLB


WIST, CLAUS Henry Borcherdt, Fdk. (see Musial, Val) outstanding mtg on prop. Fdk. & Wilh. Borcherdt to Claus Henry Wist of Mtwc. Co. Mtgee not now res. of Mtwc. co. unkn if dead or living. yr. 1903; #39?4; CF 63 (number typed over and unreadable)


WIT, FRANK Order to Hear Petition for Final Settlement (First publication Dec. 23, 1884.) IN PROBATE-MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT, In the matter of the estate of Frank Wit, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Mary Wit, Exentrix (sic) of the estate of said deceased for the adjustment and allowance of her administration account and the assignment of the residue of said estate to such other persons as are by law entitled to the same. It is ordered, that said account be examined, adjusted and allowed at a regular term of said court to be held at the office of the County Judge in the city of Manitowoc, in said county, on Tuesday, the 20th day of January A.D., 1885. 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 Lake Shore Times a weekly newspaper printed and published at the City of Manitowoc, and State of Wisconsin. Dated Dec. 17th, A.D. 1884. By the Court, R.D. Smart, County Judge Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 6, 1885 P.4


WIT, MARY Order to Hear Petition for Final Settlement (First publication Dec. 23, 1884.) IN PROBATE-MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT, In the matter of the estate of Frank Wit, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Mary Wit, Exentrix (sic) of the estate of said deceased for the adjustment and allowance of her administration account and the assignment of the residue of said estate to such other persons as are by law entitled to the same. It is ordered, that said account be examined, adjusted and allowed at a regular term of said court to be held at the office of the County Judge in the city of Manitowoc, in said county, on Tuesday, the 20th day of January A.D., 1885. 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 Lake Shore Times a weekly newspaper printed and published at the City of Manitowoc, and State of Wisconsin. Dated Dec. 17th, A.D. 1884. By the Court, R.D. Smart, County Judge Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 6, 1885 P.4


WITHERFIELD, FRANK (Ehrhardt, Christ) State of Wis. vs Witherfield, Frank Broke into home to steal yr. 1895; #274; CF71


WITMANN, GEORGE Bradl, Frank Last will - testament Administrator George Witmann Will contested by Joseph Bradl Sisters were Theresa Nuezer; Mary Bauman & Anna Engeldiner(sic) yr. June 1902; No 3852; Box H C.F. 60


WITTENBERG, A. E. Altin - (A. Wittenberg vs) yr. 1868; X1512; CF 12


WOERFEL, ANTON Behrens, Christian vs Woerfel, Anton etal; Woerfel, Edward money owed yr. 1874; cabr 36f; CF 26


WOERFEL, EDWARD Behrens, Christian vs Woerfel, Anton etal; Woerfel, Edward money owed yr. 1874; cabr 36f; CF 26


WOLFE, DANIEL Keil, Charles See Wolfe, Daniel X 2339


WOLFE, DANIEL Keil, Christian See Wolfe, Daniel X 2339


WOLFE, DANIEL King, Jacob et al (Wolfe, Daniel vs) Wages Earned yr. 1859; X2339; CF 17


WOLFERMANN, HENRY Awe, Philophine vs Wolfermann, Henry (State of Wis) Attempted Rape yr. 1868; CX 2472; CF 18


WOLFERMANN, JACOB Behm, Fred Defendant - State of Wisconsin Plaintiff Behm is accused of attacking Jacob Wolfermann with a hand spike in a dispute over right of way to a woodlot that Wolfermann sok(sic-sold?) to Behm. Incident occurred in town of Michicott. Justice court finds Behm guilty yr. 1871; #2008; Box CF 15 FLB


WOLFRAM, JOHN The undersigned Commissioners being duly appointed by the Probate Court of Manitouwoc County, to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against John Wolfram, late of said County, deceased, hereby give notice that they will meet at the office of Frederick Borcherdt in the town of Two Rivers, on the last Saturday of November, January and March next ensuing, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of attending to such business as may then and there properly come before them. Frederic Borcherdt, Frederic Ulrich, Commissioners in the Estate of John Wolfram Two Rivers, November 10, 1850 Manitouwoc County Herald, Saturday, November 30, 1850


WOLLENSLEIVE, H. Jones, William; Jones, Anna; Wollensleive, H.; Neindorf; Newhouse, Edward; Olm, Frederick; Dittmar, Nicholas Defendants McDougall, William Plaintiff Foreclosure action on 80 acres in town of Meeme owned by William and Anna Jones. Other defendants are creditors of Jones. yr. 1858; #2936?, Cf 18


WOLLIER, VALENTINE COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. March 8-In re estate of Valentine Wollier, deceased; order to hear petition for administration. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, March 21, 1882 P. 4


WOLLMAR, NICHOLAS Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. State of Wisconsin-Manitowoc County Circuit Court. John Fitzgerald, guardian of Roselia Gugenheim against Nicholas Wollmar, Paulina Wollmer (sic), Theodore C. Shove, Oliver A. Morse. IN PURSUANCE of a Judgement rendered in this action, on the 31st of October, 1859, I shall sell at public auction for cash, at the Court House in the village of Manitowoc, on the 11th day of February A.D. 1860, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, the following described mortgaged premises, or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said judgment and costs and expenses of sale, to wit: All the following described lots or parcels of lands situated in the village of Manitowoc, County of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin, to wit: Lot 3, block 135, lots 13 15 and 16, block 136, lots 21 and 22, block 198, lots 8 and 9, block 199, lot 17, block 200; lots 12 13 16 block 252; lots 3 4 5 block 256 lots 14 15 18 19 and 20 in block 296 according to the official plot of the said village of Manitowoc, together with the appurtenances.-Sheriff’s office, Manitowoc, November 10th 1859. Louis Kemper, Sheriff. Boock & Edmonds, Plaintiff's Attornies. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, November 11, 1859 P.3


WOLLMER, N. Emmerson, Lyman vs N. Wollmer et al yr. 1864; X1583; CF12


WOLLMER, N. STREET COMMISSONERS NOTICE. THE OWNERS of Lots and Real estate bounding the south side of Franklin Street between Main and Fifth Street in the first ward of the Village of Manitowoc, Wm. Bach, S.A. Wood, N. Wollmer, J. Lueps, H. Berney, O. Koch, and all other interested, are hereby severally notifed that the sum of One Thousand Dollars has been levied on said Lots and Real Estate, for the purpose of grading and planking a side walk, to be graded fifteen feet wide, and to be planked not less than five feet wide and they are required to pay in labor, materials or money the amount levied upon each of their lots and description of Real Estate for the raising of the sum aforesaid, within twenty days after this date. R.H. HOES, Street Commissioner, 1st Ward. Manitowoc, May 28, 1858. The Daily Tirbune, Manitowoc, Wis. Tuesday, June 1, 1858 P. 3


WOLLMER, N. Gilbert W. Bernett ag. N. Wollmer and T.C Shove. Motion. Lee Pltff's Atty. Markham Defts. Atty. Judgment for defendant on motion to dismiss. CIRCUIT COURT for MANITOWOC COUNTY. JUDGE TAYLOR PRESIDING. April 28, 1859.


WOLLMER, NICHOLAS Adam, Francis W. etal vs Wollmer, Nicholas Promissory note year 1857; #X 2334; CF 17


WOLLMER, NICHOLAS Brown, Timothy Plaintiff Wollmer, Nicholas; Shove, Theodore Defendants On June 8, 1858 dfndts doing business as N. Wollmer & Co. issued a bill of exchange on the Park Bank on New York N.Y. in the amt. of $1,064.13. When bill was presented to the Park Bank payment was refused. Plaintiff, who lived in Madison Wis is suing for recovery of 1,064.13 plus damages at 10% plus interest at 12% plus court costs. yr. 1859; #1752; Box CF 14 FLB


WOLLMER, NICHOLAS Burnett, George Plaintiff Wollmer, Nicholas; Shove, Theodore Defendants Defndts are engaged in banking business in name of N. Wollmer & Co. Plntf states that during year previous to June 2 1858 he has deposited and withdrawn large sums of money with defndts bank. On June 2 1858 an accounting showed defndts owed plntf $399.00 Case dismissed when J.D. Markham dfndts atty showed that Geo. Lee, plntfs atty failed to pay state tax due when summons was issued. In addition plntf was required to pay $22.51 costs of action. yr. 1859; #1747; Box CF 14 FLB


WOLLMER, NICHOLAS 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


WOLLMER, NICHOLAS Case, Harvey E. vs Nicholas Wollmer yr. 1859; X1657; CF 13


WOLLMER, NICHOLAS REFEREE'S SALE. STATE OF WISCONSIN, MANITOWOC County, Circuit Court. Ole G. Knudson, against Nills Nielson, Harold Torrison, H.W. Chamberlain, Abner S. Wise, Singamund Wise, James W. Vail, T. Little, C.R. Baker, Nicholas Wollmer, Russell E. Glover, William Buch, Knud Torrison and Jule Torrison. 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 Vendue to the highest bidder at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc, in said county, on Saturday the 22d day of August A.D. 1862 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, of as much thereof as will reflect the amount of said judgment and costs, to-wit: One square acre of land out of the south-east corner of the east half of section numbered six (6), in township numbered eighteen (18), north of range no. 22 east, all in the county of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin. S.A. WOOD, Referee. J.D. MARKHAN, Atty. for Pltff. Date, Manitowoc May 6th 1862.


WOLLMER, NICHOLAS Jones, Benjamin et al (Wollmer, Nicholas vs) promissory note yr. 1857; #2343; CF 17


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


WOLLMER, NICHOLAS Dann, Luther vs Wollmer, Nicholas et al yr. 1860; X1726; CF13


WOLLMER, NICHOLAS 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


WOLLMER, NICHOLAS 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


WOLLMER, NICHOLAS REFEREE'S SALE. STATE OF WISCONSIN, MANITOWOC County, Circuit Court. Ole G. Knudson, against Nills Nielson, Harold Torrison, H.W. Chamberlain, Abner S. Wise, Singamund Wise, James W. Vail, T. Little, C.R. Baker, Nicholas Wollmer, Russell E. Glover, William Buch, Knud Torrison and Jule Torrison. 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 22d day of August A.D. 1862 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, of as much thereof as will reflect the amount of said judgment and costs, to-wit: One square acre of land out of the south-east corner of the east half of section numbered six (6), in township numbered eighteen (18), north of range no. 22 east, all in the county of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin. S.A. WOOD, Referee. J.D. MARKHAN, Atty. for Pltff. Date, Manitowoc May 6th 1862. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, October 22, 1862 P. 4


WOLLMER, PAULINA 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


WOLLMER, PAULINA 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


WOLLMER, PAULINA Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. State of Wisconsin-Manitowoc County Circuit Court. John Fitzgerald, guardian of Roselia Gugenheim against Nicholas Wollmar, Paulina Wollmer (sic), Theodore C. Shove, Oliver A. Morse. IN PURSUANCE of a Judgement rendered in this action, on the 31st of October, 1859, I shall sell at public auction for cash, at the Court House in the village of Manitowoc, on the 11th day of February A.D. 1860, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, the following described mortgaged premises, or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said judgment and costs and expenses of sale, to wit: All the following described lots or parcels of lands situated in the village of Manitowoc, County of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin, to wit: Lot 3, block 135, lots 13 15 and 16, block 136, lots 21 and 22, block 198, lots 8 and 9, block 199, lot 17, block 200; lots 12 13 16 block 252; lots 3 4 5 block 256 lots 14 15 18 19 and 20 in block 296 according to the official plot of the said village of Manitowoc, together with the appurtenances.-Sheriff’s office, Manitowoc, November 10th 1859. Louis Kemper, Sheriff. Boock & Edmonds, Plaintiff's Attornies. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, November 11, 1859 P.3


WOLLMER, W. Wm. W. King vs W. Wollmer et al yr. 1861; X1087; CF9


WOLSKI, ALBERT COUNTY COURT PRECEEDIGNS. Smart, J. Feb.28. In re estate of Albert Wolski, deceased; order entered to hear petition to sell lands of minors. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, March 7, 1882 P.4


WONDROSH, JACOB Emerson, Lyman vs Krizanowsky, Albert et. al.; Yellinek, Mary (formerly Mary Krizanowsky & Mrs. Albert Krizanowsky); Shedivi, Anton; (Krizanowsky, Wenzel; Krizanowsky, Mary - infant heir of Albert.) Mortgage foreclosure Cross reference: Wondrosh, Jacob; Fistum, Stephen yr. 1890-1892; #2006; CF47


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


WOOD, GENAS Barker, George W. etal - Wood, Genas Foreclosure on mortgage yr.1859; X2345; CF 17


WOOD, LEWIS Easton, Isaac (Wood, Lewis vs) yr. 1869; #9 CF22; EJK


WOOD, S.A. STREET COMMISSONERS NOTICE. THE OWNERS of Lots and Real estate bounding the south side of Franklin Street between Main and Fifth Street in the first ward of the Village of Manitowoc, Wm. Bach, S.A. Wood, N. Wollmer, J. Lueps, H. Berney, O. Koch, and all other interested, are hereby severally notifed that the sum of One Thousand Dollars has been levied on said Lots and Real Estate, for the purpose of grading and planking a side walk, to be graded fifteen feet wide, and to be planked not less than five feet wide and they are required to pay in labor, materials or money the amount levied upon each of their lots and description of Real Estate for the raising of the sum aforesaid, within twenty days after this date. R.H. HOES, Street Commissioner, 1st Ward. Manitowoc, May 28, 1858. The Daily Tirbune, Manitowoc, Wis. Tuesday, June 1, 1858 P. 3


WOOD, S.H. Carey, William (Wood, S.H. vs) Promissory note yr. 1860; X2428; CF 18


WOOD, SYLVESTER A. Klingholtz, Richard et al (Wood, Sylvester A. vs) Assault yr. 1859; X2338; CF17


WOOD, SYLVESTER A. Klingholz, Richard Wood, Sylvester A. Bond on assignment yr. 1839; CX2248; CF17


WOOD, SYLVESTER A. Esslinger, Charles bound unto Wood, Sylvester A. Bond or assignment yr. 1839; CX2248; CF17


WOOD, ZEUAS 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


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


WOODFIELD, FANNY Espen, Christian (Woodfield, Fanny vs) Foreclosure of Mtg yr. 1876; #809; CF31


WOODIN, GEORGE N. Dricks, Frank; Dricks, Ferdinand vs Woodin, George N. Money owed yr. 1874-75; #378; CF26


WOODRUFF, GEORGE D. 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


WOODWORK, P.M.W. King, Hy et al vs Woodwork, P.M.W. yr. 1864; X1312; CF 11


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


WRIGHT, JOHN Aldrich, Wm.; Wright, John Defendants McGregor, John Plaintiff Defendants are accused of wrongfully converting plaintiffs property for their own use. Jury Trial, jury warded Plaintiff $50.00 yr. 1857; #1910; Box CF 14 FLB


WRIGHT, JOHN M. Berger, Charles vs Wright, John M. etal No complaint included but refers to former suit wherein def. had accused pl of burglary. yr. 1884; #1525A; CF 42


WRIGHT, WILLIAM M. SHERIFF'S SALE. STATE OF WISCONSIN, Circuit Court, Manitowoc County. William M. Wright plaintiff, against Henry Neinstead defendant. Judgment of foreclosure and sale. In virtue 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 Hourse, in the Village of Manitowoc, on Monday the 21st, day of June 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 judgment, interest and costs, together with expenses of sale, to wit: All that certain piece or parcel of land, situated, laying, and being, in that County of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin, and described as the undivided half of the north west quarter of the south west quarter of section number thirty five (35) in township number (20), north of range number twenty four (24), east, containing forty aces of land more or less. Dated Sheriff's office, Manitowoc, 6th day of May, 1858. T.A.H. EDWARDS. Sheriff of Manitowoc Co., Wis. By WM. F. ELDRIDGE, Deputy, J.D. MARKHAM, Pltff's Att'y The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Monday, May 31, 1858 P. 3


WUENSCH, THEODORE Koch, Oscar vs Koehler, Julius et al* Mtg. Foreclosure *Shafter, William N.; Newell, Alfred; Vodrath, Jacob; Wuensch, Theodore yr. 1859; #667; CF65


WURSTERY, ANDRESS Allie, Norbert (D) Wurstery Andress (Pl.) Remarks: Andreas? yr. 1869; #41; CF 22