MANITOWOC COUNTY MARRIAGES

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CABET: Jos.
m: 24 Nov. 1869 (co. mar. index v.4 p.50)
to: Mary Luchan

CABET: Wenzel m: 24 Nov. 1869 (co. mar. index v.4 p.50) to: Anna Luchan


CABLE: Patrick M. m: 9 Oct. 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.144) to: Margaret McMahon (listed as Mahon, Margaret Mc on co. index/record says McMahon)


CADA: See CERMAK


CADDO: W.M. m: 24 Dec 1891 (co. mar. index v.6 p.128) to: Katie Resnicek From Der Nord Westen, 31 Dec. 1891: Marriage of W.M. Kadow with Miss Katie Raznicek last Thurs., 24 Dec. by Justice of the Peace H. Falge in the home of Mr. John Staudt. (Note: I have also listed this as Kadow.)


CADEK: John (See John Chadek/same person) m: 23 Oct. 1906 (co. mar. index v.8 p.9) to: Antonia Jindra


CADEK: Tomas (See Thomas Chadek/same person) m: 15 Oct 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.418) to: Anna Marek


CADEK: See CHADEK


CADORF: See GROELLE


CADOV: Leo. m: 25 May 1876 (co. mar. index v.4 p.125) to: Franziska Reiderer Excerpt from her obit: Mrs. Kadow, whose maiden name was Frances Riederer, was born in this city in 1854. She married Leon Kadow in 1876. Mr. Kadow established a meat market at Ninth and Washington streets. Mr. and Mrs. Kadow operated this market for a span of 52 years. The couple observed their golden wedding anniversary in 1926. Mr. Kadow died seven years ago. Manitowoc Herald Times, October 3, 1936


CADOV: also have Kadow


CADWELL: Anthony m: 14 Jan. 1867 (co. mar. index v.4 p.24)


CADWELL: Anthony m: 9 Apr. 1872 (co. mar. index v.4 p.60) to: Anna Bender


CADWELL: (Divorce - 1878) Cadwell, Anthony, vs. Cadwell, Anna Married 9 April 1872 Manitowoc County. One child, a son, 4 years old, living with the defendant's parents.


CADWILL: See Lewis Reinhardt bio.


CADY: See RUMERY


CAFLISCH: Arthur B. m: 30 Oct. 1917 from records of St. Johns United Church of Christ, Manitowoc city wit: Robt G. Caflisch, Alma Tetzlaff to: Emma Tetzlaff


CAFLISCH: David (this and all following David Caflish may all be same person, they didn't seem to be able to spell wife's name) m: Margaretha Frawie (also spelled Francie) children: Anna (b. 31 Aug. 1861/bapt. 17 Oct. 1861 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville) David Alexander (b. 29 Jan. 1864/bapt. 2 Mar. 1864 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


CAFLISCH: David (also spelled Kaflisch) m: Margaretha Pruwi children: Heinrich (b. 12 Feb. 1875/bapt. 24 May 1875 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


CAFLISCH: David m: Margarthe Terge children: Agnes (b. 21 Sept. 1867/bapt. 26 Dec. 1868 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


CAFLISCH: David (also spelled Caflish) m: Margaretha Travi children: Eugen (b. 10 May 1877/bapt. 7 Sept. 1877 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


CAFLISCH: John m: 20 June 1880 (co. mar. index v.4 p.164) to: Minnie Monahan


CAFLISCH: John Anton m: 24 Apr 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.240) to: Anna Zahn From Der Nord Westen, 03 May 1894: Marriage Tues., 24 Apr., of John Anton Caflisch of Brillion, with Miss Anna Zahn of Portage, Wisconsin, by Justice of the Peace P.W. Wieboldt.


CAFLISCH: See KAFLISCH (may be variant of Caflisch) See CLAFFLISCH


CAFLISH: See REICHERT


CAHILL: James F. and Henry J. Farmers and Breeders of Pure Bred and Graded Holstein Cattle S. 32 Franklin, PO Grimms Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


CAHILL: James H. m: 24 April 1906 (co. mar. index v.7 p.436) to: Mary E. Bodwin From Der Nord Westen, 19 Apr. 1906: Marriage License obtained James G. Cahill of Manitowoc and Mary Bodwin of Mishicott


CAHILL: John M. m: 27 May 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.52) to: Elisabeth Stupecky


CAHILL: Pat From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and Stock breeder. Chairman Bord Supervisors. Post Office, Grimm's; Section 32, Franklin Township.


CAHILL: Patrick (Cahil on co. mar. index) b: 27 April 1856, in Manitowoc, WI. p: James and Mary (Egan) Cahill. m: 30 Oct. 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.427) to: Margaret Meany (Maggie Meaney on co. mar. index) p: Patrick and Bridget (Green) Meany children: James F., Henry J., Mary J., Helen E., Margaret, William and George.


CAHILL: See MURPHY


CAIN: Martin From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Lakeview Stock and Grain Farm. Born in Ireland 1830. Wife born in Ireland 1835. Married in 1854. Settled farm in 1861. Post Office, Kiel; Section 26, Schleswig Township.


CAIN: Martin (Caine on the marriage record from St. Isidore) p: Michael Caine and Bridgitta McNamara m: 28 Nov. 1893 (from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.378) (not on co. mar. index) to: Dora Donohue (also Dorothea) p: Patrick Donahue and Honora Luby children: Maria (b. 19 Dec. 1897/bapt. 28 Dec. 1897/from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.76) Margaretha Blanche (b. 31 July 1900/bapt 8 Sept. 1900/mother Dorothea/ from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.82) Martin (b. 5 Apr. 1909/bapt. 11 Apr. 1909/from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.98/ mar. Verna Haese 11 Nov. 1933 at Holy Cross, Mishicot)


CAIN: Martin, Jr. b: Nov. 1834, Ireland/d. 4 Apr. 1915, Kiel p: Martin Cain, Sr. and Ellen Sittleton m: Bridgette Forhnan children: Ellen Honora (b. 13 Jan. 1861, Kiel/d. 12 July 1930, Salt Lake City, Utah/m. John Joseph Welsh) Mary (b. 1863, Schleswig) John (b. 1867, Schleswig) Thomas (b. 1870, Schleswig) Bridget (b. 1865, Schleswig)


CAIN: Michael m: Bridget McNamara children: Martin (b. 6 July 1864/bapt. 6 July 1864/from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.2)


CAIN: Michael p: Martin Cain and Brigitta Forden (Watertown, Wi.) m: 1 Oct. 1882 (from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.386) (co. mar. index v.5 p.103) to: Bridgitta Welsh (Bridget on co. mar. index) p: Bartholomew Welsh and Brigitta McGanahan (Liberty)


CAIN: Thomas m: 30 Mar. 1902 (co. mar. index v.7 p.205) to: Tonnie Harbrecht From Der Nord Westen, 20 Mar. 1902 Marriage License: Thomas Cain and Louise Harbrecht both of Schleswig


CAINE: See CANE See CAIN


CALBAMER: Henry m: 6 Dec 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.163) to: Sophia Awe


CALCHINSKY: Joseph m: 24 May 1898 (co. mar. index v.6 p.454) to: Flora St. Peter


CALIFSEN: See NEITZEL


CALLAGHAN: May Photo Lived with the Lorigan Family (don't know which one)


CAMEL: See LEIBINGER


CAMKE: William F. m: 17 Mar. 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.45) to: Auguste E. Hart


CAMKE: also have Kamkes


CAMMERS: Nicolaus m: 24 May 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.93) to: Theresa E. Fischer


CAMMERS: See AHRENS See ZEDDIES


CAMP: Parman A. m: 24 June 1881 (co. mar. index v.5 p.26)(I double checked, date as given) to: Maria T. Stone (From Manitowoc Tribune, 1 July 1880) Married in this city June 24, 1880 by W.W. Waldo, Mr. Parmenas A. Camp and Miss Maria Theresa Stone, all of this city.


CAMP: Parmine Ashler m: 24 June 1880 (co. mar. index v.4 p.164)(I checked, date as given) to: Maria Theresa Stone


CAMPBELL: John m: 20 Nov. 1854, Tn. Wash., Door co., Wis., house of Russell Baker, Esq. by M.E. Lyman, J.P., wit: Wm. J. Nolan, Russell Baker, Naomi King, Adeline K. Lyman (co. mar. index) to: Artemissa Baker At Washington Harbor, Door Co. Wis. Nov. 20th, by M.E. Lyman, Esq., Mr. John Campbell, and Miss Artimisa Baker. The above notice was accompanied by a handsome fee, proving that the joys of Hymen were incomplete without the luxury of furnishing some token of rememberance to the Printer. As 'Jack' has got a Baker, it is probable that he will not want for bread and we will content ourself with wishing that the rosy future may never be obscured with the clouds of care, but may their happiness be undivided, and may they be blessed with a host of little Cam(pb)els with well developed bums. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, November 25, 1854 P. 3


CAMPBELL: See MORGAN


CAMPELL: Paul (sic) m: 4 July 1878 (co. mar. index v.4 p.131) to: Sophia Meyer


CANDEN: Louis H. m: 1 June 1904 (co. mar. index v.7 p. 327) to: Hannah McCorkhill Marriage License: Louis H. Canbon of Chicago and Hannah J. McCockhill of Two Rivers. Der Nord Westen, 26 May 1904 ******* During the past forty-eight hours there has been a rush of business at the marriage license department, a total of six licenses having been granted in that time. Thus far the year has been a poor one for the license business, the total for the five months being less than in any previous year. The last licenses issued are to Daniel Vogel and Jennie Schott, Andrew Witezek (sic) and Anna Strzysewski (sic), Manitowoc; John Jenning (sic), Augusta Nagel, Liberty; Louis Candon (sic), Chicago, Hannah McCorkhill, Newton; Ernst Guetschow and Ida Henschel, Meeme; Jos. Wegner and Catherine Metz, Gibson. A total of 27 license have been issued thus far this month. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, May 26, 1904 P. 1


CANE: Martin b: Ireland res: Newton, farmer p: Martin and Ellen Cane m: 26 Aug. 1855 at Meeme (co. mar. index v.1 p.83) to: Bridget Foran p: Michael and Eleonora Foran


CANE: Martin b: Ireland res: Manitowoc p: Timothy and Mary Cane m: 25 Jan. 1857 at Manitowoc Rapids to: Bridget Ready dau. of John and Honora Ready


CANE: Michael m: Brigitta McNamara children: Brigitta (b. 3 Nov. 1861/bapt. 4 Nov. 1861, Cath. ch. at Meeme)


CANE: Patrick (also Caine) m: 15 Jan. 1862 at Meeme from record of St. Wendel Catholic ch. to: Ellen Walsh (also Helena Welsch) children: Maria Ana (b. 22 Mar. 1865/bapt. 26 Mar. 1865 Cath. ch. at Irish Meeme..p: Patrick Caine and Helena Welsch)


CANNON: James came to Manitowoc co. in 1850 from Co. Donegal, Ireland charter member of St. Patrick's, Maple Grove m: Mary Shea From "All Those Folks from St. Patrick" by Thomas J. Sheahan


CANNON: James From the Manitowoc Pilot, 22 April 1875: Farm for sale - I offer my farm consisting of fifty acres of land situated in Sec. thirteen,(13) town of Maple Grove, on reasonable terms. There are thirty acres cleared and under cultivation, a good house, stable and granary, also wish to dispose of all my stock together with a number of farm implements. James Cannon, Maple Grove, Manitowoc Co. Wis.


CANNY: James b: Ireland res: Franklin, farmer p: Thomas and Margaretha Canny m: 22 Feb. 1857 at Manitowoc Rapids (co. mar. index v.1 p.180) to: Ellen Hays p: Michael and Honora Hays


CANRIGHT: Charles S. b: Green Co., N.Y. res: Two Rivers, teacher p: Solomon and Pamelia Canright m: 20 Sept. 1856, in Manitowoc (co. mar. index v.1 p.133) to: Grace Sophia Baker p: Abraham and Margaret Baker (mar. announcement in the Manitowoc Herald, 27 Sept. 1856)


CANRIGHT: See HALL


CANSIA: See MARTENS


CANWENBERG: Louis m: 30 Sep 1896 (co. mar. index v.6 p.371) to: Allegonda Gurbunda Terens


CAPELLE: Wilhelm m: Amalie Schmidt children: Agnes (b. 10? Sept 1854/confirmed 12 May 1872 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville) Friedr. August (b. 25 Feb. 1857 in Abbott, Sheboygan co., Wis./d. 24 Sept. 1865/cause: diptheria from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


CAPELLE: See WENDORF


CAPELLER: See PROTZMANN


CAPITA: Jacob m: 29 Apr. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.82) to: Catharina Leschtina


CAPTNER: See LINDEMANN


CARAND: Conrad m: 7 Mar. 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.236)


CARBATSCH: See GUETSCHOW


CARBERRY: Joannis m: Catherine McMann children: Edward (b. 13 Oct. 1867/from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.9)


CARBERRY: Michael p: Patrick Carberry and Maria Bradley m: 18 June 1901 (from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.373) (co. mar. index v.7 p.166) to: Margaret Netzer p: John Netzer and Margaret Benversie children: Elizabeth Mary (b. 16 Oct. 1905/bapt. 22 Oct. 1905/from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.91) From Der Nord Westen, 20 June 1901 Marriage License obtained: Michael Carberry and Margarethe Netzer both of Meeme


CARBERRY: Patrick p: Patrick Carberry and Maria Bradley m: 5 Nov. 1901 (from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.373) (co. mar. index v.7 p.189) to: Anna Shallue p: Dennis Shallue and Anna Ryan From Der Nord Westen, 31 Oct. 1901: Marriage License: Patrick Carberry of Manitowoc and Anna Schaller of Meeme


CARBERRY: Patrick H. m: Mary Bredely (also Bradley)(d. 8 Aug. 1882/cem.#13 St. Wendel) children: Hugo (bapt. 21 May 1876/mother Mary Bredely) Michael (b. 6 Sept. 1877/bapt. 9 Sept. 1877/mother Maria Bradley) Patrick (b. 13 Feb. 1879/bapt. 15 Feb. 1879/mother Marg. Bradley) Margaretha (b. 13 Mar. 1880/bapt. 15 Mar. 1880/mother Margaretha) Susana Carberry (b. 27 Mar. 1881/bapt. 28 Mar. 1881/mother Maria) (this entry from records of St. Wendel Cath. ch.)


CARBIT: See CASSMANN


CARBON: Blanch b: 8 Dec. 1898/bap. R.C./conf. 24 Apr. 1923 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc


CARBON: Joseph m: 23 Jan. 1883 (co. mar. index. v.5 p.108) to: Anna Perutka (Peroutka) children: Edward Carbon/b: 29 Mar 1893/d. Mar. 1971/from obit in #33 Joseph John William Clarence George Mrs. Blanch Nelson Mrs. Mary Tweten Mrs. Julia Chizek Elizabeth Mrs. Anna Kodelka Mrs. Lenor Schroeder (Note: family members are from Edward's and George's obituaries)


CARDINAL: See HESS


CARDONI: Victor m: 28 July 1906 (co. mar. index v.7 p.451) to: Rose Yelmene From Der Nord Westen, 26 July 1906: Marriage License obtained Victor Cardori(sic) of Odoroh, Ashland County, and Rose Yelmene of Mishicott


CAREY: Joannes (also Joanne/John Cary)(this whole entry from records of St. Isidore Cath ch.) m: 22 Oct. 1865 m: Honora Sexton children: Ellen (b. 8 Aug 1866/bapt. 19 Aug. 1866/bk.1 p.6) Catherine (b. 12 Sept. 1868/bapt. 4 Oct. 1868/bk.1 p.11) Alice (b. 5 Sep. 1870/bapt. 18 Sep. 1870/father Joanne/bk.1 p.13) Isabelle (b. 8 Dec. 1872/bapt. 29 Dec. 1872/father John/bk.1 p.21) Honora (b. 3 May 1875/bapt. 15 May 1875/father John/bk.1 p.27) Thomas Francis (b. 20 Jan. 1881/bapt. 5 Feb. 1881/f.John/bk.1 p.36) Viola Rosann (b. 19 Apr. 1883/bapt. 3 May 1883/f. John/bk.1 p.44 mar. Howard Morris 15 June 1922/baptized Episcopalian) ********* LOCAL GIRL TO FIGHT TO SHARE HUSBAND'S WILL Mrs. Howard Morris, Nee Viola Cary, Files Contest Fight to share in the $60,000 estate left by her husband and bequeathed to two sons by a former marriage in a will dated previous to her own marriage, has been instituted by Mrs. Viola Morris, of Los Angeles, formerly Viola Cary, of this city. Mrs. Morris is daughter of Mrs. J. Cary and visited here recently when she accompanied the body of her husband from California to Madison for burial. On her return to Los Angeles she was accompanied by her sister Miss Peg Cary who is with her in California now. Marriage Revoked Will? Mrs. Morris, who was married June 15, 1922 and who was widowed a few months later, Mr. Morris having died October 23, the same year, has filed a petition in court at Los Angeles asking that the will of her husband made June 29, 1920, two years previous to their marriage and which left his estate to two sons by a former marriage, be declared invalid. Mrs. Morris sets up that her husband made no provision for her by marriage contract or otherwise and that the marriage automatically revokes the will. A hearing on the petition filed by Mrs. Morris will be heard in court at Los Angeles January 28 when the petition for probate of the will is taken up. Sons Given Estate Two sons of Mr. Morris by his first wife, Howard Morris, Jr., of New York and Victor Morris, of Wauwatosa, this state, are named beneficiaries under the will of their father, being given the entire estate. The will, however, was made two years before Mr. Morris wedded Miss Cary and it is claimed that the former Manitowoc woman is entitled to more than a widow's share in the estate. Mr. Morris was a former Wisconsin man, having resided at Madison for years and later being located at Milwaukee where he was engaged in practice of law. The marriage in the West of Miss Cary and Mr. Morris followed an old friendship in Wisconsin. Manitowoc Herald News, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, January 18, 1923 P. 1


CAREY: Mrs. John From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Carey Homestead Farm. Husband born in Ireland 1839. Settled homestead in 1865. Member of County Board and Chairman of Town Board. Member of the Legislature and State Senator. Wife born in Syracuse, N.Y. Post Office, Osman; Section 1, Meeme Township.


CAREY: Seynmllen (sic) m: 31 Dec. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.89) to: Auguste Gramann


CAREY: See CARRY, Thomas See HEWITT See KARNOFSKY See MILLS See SHANAHAN


CARL: August m: 15 Jan. 1887 (co. mar. index v.5 p.342) to: Bertha Richter


CARLE: See ROSINSKY


CARMAN: See REYNOLDS


CARMANN: Charles Albert m: 17 Nov. 1872 (co. mar. index v.4 p.66) to: Isabel Spencer


CARMEN: See VADER


CARNEY: John m: 27 Apr 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.405) to: Mary Eigenberger


CARNEY: Michael b: 29 Oct. 1865, in Cato, Manitowoc Co. p: Michael and Mary (Halloran) Carney. m: 22 June 1898 (co. mar. index v.6 p.240) to: Alice Norton p: George and Catherine Norton


CARNITZ: See SCHAPERT


CARNS: Fred Marriage Date: 11 Jul 1864 Vol:02 Page:0338 Vol:A Sequence:02411 to: Ernestine Thiele Marriage Date: 11 Jul 1864 Vol:02 Page:0338 Vol:A Sequence:02412


CAROSON: C. m: in the Norwegian Church, Cato to: Anne Mariah Neilson (sister of Ole Neilson) (mar. announcement in the Manitowoc Herald, 21 June 1860)


CAROW: See GUSE CARPENTER: Matt See Matt Schreiner


CARPENTER: See WALKER


CARR: Charles W. m: 7 July 1860 (co. mar. index v.2 p.88) to: Sara Osgood


CARR: Patrick m: 9 Sep 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.279) to: Hannah Hays


CARR: See JACKSON See WHITCOMB


CARRELL: James m: 27 Oct. 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.74) to: Katharine Finnegen


CARRIVEAU: See GRENIER


CARROLL: Barney From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and Stock breeder. Post Office, Taus; Secton 26; Franklin Township.


CARROLL: (Divorce - 1900) (James Carrell above?) Carroll, Katie, vs. Carroll, James - 1900 Married 27 Oct. 1873 Manitowoc County. Plaintiff is 45, defendant is 47. Children: Thomas, 26; James Henry, 24; John, 20; Patrick, 19; Willie, 16; Katie, 9; Archie, 7. The 3 oldest children teach school in the northern part of this state; the rest live with their mother in the Town of Rockland.


CARROLL: See GALLAGHER


CARRON: Thomas m: 10 July 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.162) to: Sarah Harrington


CARRY: Thomas m: Nora Sexton children: John Edward (Twin)(b. 10 Mar. 1886/bapt. 11 Mar. 1886/from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.52) Margarita Agnes (Twin)(b. 10 Mar. 1886/bapt. 11 Mar. 1886/from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.52)


CARS: See Henry Goedjen bio. See Fred Wilke bio.


CARSON: Also have Corson See Lewis Mathisen bio.


CARSTEN: See BIERHAUS See CARSTENS Contact Ellen in volunteers section - For more information on the Carstens family.


CARSTENS: Anna confirmed: 5 Apr. 1868 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


CARSTENS: Christiana confirmed: 1 Apr. 1876 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


CARSTENS: E.M. From Der Nord Westen, 13 Sep. 1906: Mr. and Mrs. E.M. CARSTENS here celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary on Sunday. The celebration was a family affair.


CARSTENS: Edwin m: 19 May 1906 (co. mar. index v.7 p.451) to: Bertha Nass (also Berta Nass) children: Elvira Amanda Henritte (b. 1/29/1907/bapt. 3/17/1907 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg) Harold Hermann Heinrich (b. 4/3/1910/bapt. 5/8/1910..mother Berta/from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg) From Der Nord Westen, 17 May 1906: Marriage License obtained Edwin Carstens of Newton and Bertha Nass of Liberty


CARSTENS: Ella From Der Nord Westen, 07 May 1903 Mr. E.M. Carstens here has received a telegram from Belen, New Mexico, that his daughter Ella had married Mr. Fulton Borden. Miss Carstens went to New Mexico last fall to improve her failing health and met Mr. Borden there. From Der Nord Westen, 22 Feb. 1906 Judge Kirwan last week granted a divorce to Mrs. Ella Barden from her husband and permitted her to use her maiden name of Miss Ella Carstens, daughter of E.M. Carstens here. She had gone to New Mexico about a year ago for reasons of health and had married there…


CARSTENS: Ernst confirmed: 5 Apr. 1868 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


CARSTENS: Ernst confirmed: 4 May 1873 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


CARSTENS: Ernst (Carsten on co. mar. index) m: 10 Sept. 1881 (co. mar. index v.5 p.35) m: Ida C. (nee) Lehmkull children: Louise Ernstine Bertha (b. 4/16/1882/bapt. 5/14/1882 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg) Ella Anna Margaretha (b. 5/16/1884/bapt. 7/13/1884 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


CARSTENS: Ernst J.W. b: 2 Aug. 1798/d. 28 Aug. 1887 m: Anna Gaetjen b: 6 May 1800/d. 11 Apr. 1888


CARSTENS: Ernst William b: 22 Nov. 1852 in Newton twp., Manitowoc Co. p: Herman and Mary (Bole) Carstens. m: 10 June 1880 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg (co. mar. index v.4 p.165) to: Annie Wehausen, (also Anna)(b. 5 Nov. 1858, in Liberty twp., Manitowoc Co.) p: Frederick and Annie Wehausen. children: Herman, Edwin, William, Ida, Emma and Charles. Hermann Friedrich Johann (b. 4/23/1882/bapt. 6/4/1882) Edwin Karl Heinrich (b. 12/31/1884/bapt. 2/1/1885) Wilhelm Johann Ernst (b. 1/16/1888/bapt. 2/26/1888) Ida Maria Christine (b. 3/25/1892/bapt. 4/24/1892) Emma Anna Hohanna (b. 10/13/1894/bapt. 11/18/1894) Carl Louis Ernst (b. 3/7/1897/bapt. 4/1/1897) (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


CARSTENS: Heinrich confirmed: 18 Apr. 1869 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


CARSTENS: Heinrich m: 27 Mar. 1879 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg (co. mar. index v.4 p.143) to: Anna (nee) Mayer


CARSTENS: Henry From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and Stock breeder. Born in Manitowoc County 1854. Wife born in 1854. Married in 1879. Post Office, Manitowoc; Section 2, Manitowoc Rapids Township.


CARSTENS: Herman Farmer and Ex-Director of Farmers Equity and Ex-President of Brotherhood of Threshers Insurance Co. S. 11 Newton, PO Manitowoc


CARSTENS: Hermann (see Johann Hermann Carstens) m: Marie (nee) Boli children: Caroline Auguste Katharine (b. 10/19/1866/bapt. 11/18/1866 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


CARSTENS: Herman F.J. m: 16 June 1906 (co. mar. index v.7 p.451) to: Wilh. Boeckmann


CARSTENS: Hermann Frederick (see above entry/no Anna on co. mar. index) b: 1882, Wisconsin m: 16 June 1906 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg m: Anna (nee) Baeckmann children: Herta Henriette Wilh. (b. 1/16/1908/bapt. 2/9/1908 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg) From Der Nord Westen, 14 June 1906: Marriage License obtained Herman Carstens and Anna Baeckman both of Newton


CARSTENS: Johann m: 28 June 1883 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg (co. mar. index v.5 p.132) m: Jette (nee) Ahlers (Telle on co. mar. index) children: Freidrich Christian (b. 11/19/1884/bapt. 12/25/1884 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


CARSTENS: Johann m: Henriette (nee) Ahlers children: Johann Louis Heinrich (b. 5/1/1886/bapt. 6/20/1886 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


CARSTENS: Johann (also John) m: Lisette (nee) Ahlers children: Anna Hermine Christine (b. 6/20/1890/bapt. 7/27/1890 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg) Elsa Johanna Ernestine (b. 12/18/1896/bapt. 1/31/1897..father John/from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


CARSTENS: Johann Christian (also Christian Carstens) b: 19 July 1826 d: 14 Apr. 1906/bur. St. John's Ev. Luth. Ch. cem. Newtonburg. m: 11 Feb. 1853 in Hanover to: Anna Margariata (nee) Vielstick (also Vielstich) b: 30 Jan. 1826 d: 19 Jan. 1910 children: Johann Ernst Heinrich (b. 4/16/1854/bapt. 5/7/1854) Joh. Christoph Friederich (b. 4/27/1856/bapt. 5/23/1856) Joh. Ernst Martin (b. 10/10/1858/bapt. 11/05/1858) Christian Luther (b. 12/30/1860/bapt. 1/21/1861 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg) Bertha Christine (b. 1/15/1863/bapt. 2/9/1863 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg/father Christian - mother Fielstich) Baby (b. 3/15/1865/bapt. 3/15/1865 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg/father Christian - mother Vielstich) Ludwig Edward Hermann (b. 1/23/1868/bapt. 2/21/1868/father Christian - mother Vielstich) (the entry above from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg) From Der Nord Westen, 19 Feb. 1903: Mr. and Mrs. Christian Carstens, in Town Newton, celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary last Sun. The actual observation should have been on Wed. last week because they were married 11 Feb. 1853 in Hanover. Following their marriage they set out for America and landed in New York 10 May 1853, promptly moving westward to settle in Town Newton where they have lived ever since. Their 4 children were in attendance –John, Ernst M., and Henry Carstens, and Mrs. Ernst Wehausen, along with their children, many friends and neighbors. He is 76 –she 77.


CARSTENS: Johann Christoph Friedrich confirmed: 24 Apr. 1870 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


CARSTENS: Johann Hermann (also Johann Herman)(see Hermann Carstens) m: Marie Dorthea Soph. (nee) Boli (also Maria) children: Ernest Wilhelm Heinrich (b. 11/22/1852/bapt. 1/30/1853) Christian Wilhelm (b. 9/23/1856/bapt. 10/1/1856) Hermine Marie (b. 7/28/1858/bapt. 9/5/1858) Sophia Wilhelmina Auguste (b. 11/20/1860/bapt. 12/18/1860) Sophia Ernstine Margarethe (b. 11/14/1862/bapt. 12/07/1862) Johann Christian (b. 12/4/1864/bapt. 1/14/1865) Meta Adeline Christine (b. 6/9/1868/bapt. 7/17/1868) (this entry from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


CARSTENS: Johanne confirmed: 11 Apr. 1878 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


CARSTENS: Marie confirmed: 21 Apr. 1872 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


CARSTENS: Also have Karstens See DUBNER See DUEBNER See GRAUMANN See PFENNIG See PHENNING See SCHMIDT See SCHWANTZ See WAACK See WEHAUSEN See WENHOLZ See WERNECKE


CARSTENSEN: Hannes Andr. m: Maria born Nickalow children: Hannes Nickalow (b. 5 Mar. 1855/bapt. 27 May 1855 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)


CARSTENSEN: Peter (Carstinsen on co. mar. index) b: 17 Sept. 1823, Germany/d. 5 June 1909 m: 19 July 1865 (co. mar. index v.2 p.288) to: Fanny Maria Jackson b: 19 May 1843, Vermont/d. 24 May 1892


CARSTENSEN: See HANSEN


CARTEN: See BEUCK


CARTWRIGHT: Clare Leune b: 3 Aug. 1884 in Chicago, Ill./conf. 3 May 1908 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc


CARTWRIGHT: Eunice Jeannette b: 16 Oct. 1889 in Chicago, Ill./conf. 3 May 1908 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc


CARUS: Captain Edward b: April 1860, in Manitowoc, WI. p: Frederick Carus of Germany and Caroline (Fisher) Carus, (of Bohemia). m: 1 Oct. 1890 (co. mar. index v.6 p.54) to: Mary Bahr p: John G. Bahr and Mary (Lapour) Bahr of Franklin, WI.


CARUS: Fred m: 11 July 1864 (co. mar. index v.4 p.101)


CARUS: Frederick m: 28 Feb. 1852 by Fred Borcherdt, J.P. (co. mar. index) wit: Frederick Salomon, Mrs. Durgin to: Catharina Fischer


CARUS: Fredrick Sr. Photo

Photo compliments of the Manitowoc Library


CARY: Alanson (info from Manitowoc Herald, 23 May 1861 m: Fanny children: Ida (d. May 1861)


CARY: Charles m: 27 Nov. 1900 (co. mar. index v.7 p.134) to: Margaretha McCollough


CARY: John m: 22 Oct. 1865 (co. mar. index v.4 p.6)


CASBAUM: Also have Kasbaum/Kosbaum See STEINBERG


CASENSKI: Chas. m: 15 Mar 1898 (co. mar. index v.6 p.446) to: Anna Walcik


CASENSKY: John m: 21 Apr 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.400) to: Eleonora Marek


CASH: August m: 16 June 1862 (co. mar. index v.2 p.184) to: Lewise Martins


CASLEY: Georg m: 4 Aug. 1860 (co. mar. index v.2 p.90) to: Arriette Baccus


CASLEY: See PRIEST


CASPAR: Joanis m: Catharina Christina children: Henry (b. 2 Feb. 1870/bapt. 6 Mar. 1870 St. Fidelis Cath. ch.)


CASPER: George Ottomar m: 26 Mar. 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.236/she is m. 29 Mar. on index) to: Auguste D.W. Klein


CASPER: John b: Feb. 1858/d. 14 June 1951 m: Mary A. Ruplinger


CASPER: John m: 17 Sept. 1907 (co. mar. index v.8 p.50)


CASPER: Joseph From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: General Blacksmithing. Manufacturer of Wagons, Sleighs, and Carriages. Horseshoeing and repairing of machinery. Justice of the Peace. Born in Prussia 1855. Wife born in Plymouth, Wis., 1859. Married in 1877. Eight children. Post Office, Saint Nazianz; Section 19, Liberty Township.


CASPER: Joseph (Kasper) b: Town of Eaton –mechanic in Cleveland, Town of Centerville p: Joseph Kasper [Casper] and Helen Lackermann m: 13 Mar. 1903 St. Gregory Catholic Church, Town of Eaton (co. mar. index v.7 p.262) Wit: Peter Kasper, Wilhelmina Kasper, John Kasper, Helena Junk, William Junk and Cecelia Theile to: Johanna Junk b: Lincoln, Wisconsin p: Peter Junk and Anna Mary From Der Nord Westen, 22 Jan. 1903 Marriage License obtained Joseph Casper of Centerville and Jennie Junk of Liberty (Note: This couple is also as Kasper/they are buried in cemetery #13 as Casper)


CASPER: Joseph (His picture is in the glass negative photos) b: Town of Eaton –farm work in Eaton p: Christian Casper and Adelheide Sussing m: 22 Nov 1887 St. Gregory Catholic Church, Town of Eaton Witnesses Frank Nennich and Katharine Casper (co. mar. index v.5 p.383/he is in the O's) to: Anna Nennich (Neenich on index) p: Nicholaus Nennich and Elisa Schmidt His parents are in cem. #21


CASPER: Mike m: 19 Aug. 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.172) to: Maria Henrich From Der Nord Westen, 25 July 1901 Marriage License obtained: Mike Caspar of Sheboygan and Mamie Henrichs of Manitowoc


CASPER: Paul C. m: 3 Aug. 1907 (co. mar. index v.8 p.50) to: Annie W. Brandt


CASPER: Peter m: 16 Jan. 1906 (co. mar. index v.7 p.428) to: Mary Junk From Der Nord Westen, 04 Jan 1906: Marriage Licenses: Peter J. Caspar and Maria Junk both of Centerville


CASPER: See HERR See JACKETT


CASSAN: Iosa m: 28 Dec. 1870 (co. mar. index v.4 p.57) to: Maria Berry


CASSBAUM: Louis m: 27 Sept. 1856 (co. mar. index v.2 p.11) to: Christine Hast


CASSBAUM: Ludwig m: Christine born Harst children: August Johann Ludwig (b. 24 Feb. 1858/bapt. 4 Apr. 1858 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)


CASSMANN: John m: 7 June 1859 (co. mar. index v.2 p.216) to: Mary Carbit


CASSTEN: Louis m: 11 Aug 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.218) to: Bertha Schroeder


CATTAWA: John m: 8 Jan. 1887 (co. mar. index v.5 p.337) to: Catie Walsh


CAUSHAUM: See VAUDREUIL


CAUTER: Theodore m: 31 Jan. 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.91) to: Anna Someroski


CAVANAGH: Patrick b: Ireland res: Maple Grove, farmer p: Mathias and Mary Cavanagh m: 8 Feb. 1854 at Manitowoc Rapids (co. mar. index v.1 p.31) to: Julia Finneley p: Owen and Mary Finneley MARRIED. On Wednesday, February 8th, by the Rev. H.J. Nuits Patrick Cavanagh and Julia Finley (sic). Manitowoc County Herald, Saturday, February 11, 1854 P.3


CAVANAGH: William m: 11 Sept. 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.139) to: Elisabeth Trainor Married - At Silver Lake on Tuesday, Sept. 11, by Rev. George Fessler, Mr. Wm. Kavanagh(sic) and Miss Lizzie Trainer. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, September 20, 1883


CAVANAUGH: James m: 8 May 1895 (co. mar. index v.6 p.317) to: Franscis Bohm


CAVANAUGH: Matthew came to Manitowoc co. from Co. Carlow & Kilkenny charter member of St. Patrick's, Maple Grove m: Mary Kealy From "All Those Folks from St. Patrick" by Thomas J. Sheahan


CAVANAUGH: Michael came to Manitowoc co. from Co. Kerry, Ireland charter member of St. Patrick's, Maple Grove m: Bridget Nelligan From "All Those Folks from St. Patrick" by Thomas J. Sheahan


CAVANAUGH: Michael m: 18 Sep 1895 (co. mar. index v.6 p.317) to: Nellie Doyle


CAVANAUGH: See BARRETT See CLARK Also have Kavanaugh See RHYAN


CAVANAUPH: Dan (sic) m: 24 Oct 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.278) to: Catherine Merrissy (probably should be Morrissy)


CAYA: Anton b: Canada res: Mishicot p: David and Francoise Caya m: 16 July 1854 at Manitowoc Rapids (co. mar. index v.1 p.39) to: Mary O'Neil p: James Michael and Mary O'Neil


CAYEAN: See BOISVERT


CAYEN: See MILLED


CAYKOVSKI: Chas m: 24 Oct. 1869 (co. mar. index v.4 p.32)


CAYO: Alb. m: 3 July 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.128) to: Clotilde Ruelle


CAYO: Anton m: 28 Apr. 1867 (co. mar. index v.4 p.162) to: Hedurge Boisvert


CAYO: See GUSE See VANBEECK


CAYOS: See COURTCHINE


CECH: Roman m: 7 Feb 1893 (co. mar. index v.6 p.189) to: Annie Fronk


CECHOTA: See KURKA


CEEBOTA: John m: 16 Dec. 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.53) to: Josepha Sinkula


CEHRANE: See SCHULER


CEJKA: Joseph m: 8 July 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.85) to: Mary Krema


CELLARS: Rev. W.F. see Presbyterian churches


CENEFELD: Joseph m: 5 Jun 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.194) to: Maria Reznicek


CENEFELD: Thomas m: 18 Nov 1893 (co. mar. index v.6 p.220) to: Marie Krez Thomas Cinefelt birth: 20 November 1894 Cooperstown death: 11 July 1895 Cooperstown, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin burial: Kellnersville, Wis. father: Thomas Cinefelt mother: Mary Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968


CENEFELS: (Divorce - 1885) Cenefels, Maria, vs. Cenefels, Joseph He is Bohemian, and speaks and understands little English.


CENEFELS: Mathias From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and Stock breeder. Born in America 1859. Wife born in America 1868. Married in 1887. Three children. Post Office, Cooperstown; Section 12, Cooperstown Township.


CENEFELS: Martins m: 9 July 1887 (co. mar. index v.5 p.361) to: Anna Leykora


CENEMENZ: Louise Anna confirmed: 22 Mar. 1891 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


CERCKEVICKA: See STEFANIAK


CEREV: Joseph m: 15 Nov. 1862 (co. mar. index. v.2 p.247) to: Catharine Sebesta


CERKWICKI: F. From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and Stock breeder. Born in Prussia 1832. Wife born in Prussia 1835. Settled in Wisconsin 1858. Post Office, Northeim; Section 26, Newton Township.


CERMAK: Wenzel m: 22 June 1860? (co. mar. index. v.2 p.86) to: Anna Cada (should be Chada) Vaclav (AKA Wenzel) immigrated here with his sister Elizabeth's family (the Cizeks) in 1852. He married Anna Chada June 22, 1859 in Manitowoc County, and they later moved to Kewaunee County. He died in 1904, and is buried in cemetery #36 - his wife Anna died in 1914, and is buried in cemetery #16. 2 of their children, Joseph and Anna are buried in cemetery #16. Daughter Emma was born October 1, 1874 in Kewaunee county. She married Theodore Knutson on June 20, 1900 in Kewaunee county, and died November 24, 1979 at the home of one her children in Wauwatosa. She is buried in the Norwegian Lutheran Cemetery in Kewaunee county. She lived to be 103. Emma's son, Lloyd Knutson, was born May 28, 1904, and died Apr 2, 2007. He lived to be just short of 103. (sent in by researcher/see contributors page)


CERMAK: See TESARIK See TURGNIK


CERNEY: Mathias m: 1 June 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.96) to: Jethyanna Frydejhowiz


CERNEY: See WELEBYL


CERNY: Charles m: 15 Nov. 1905 (co. mar. index v.7 p.418) to: Resaria Zeman From Der Nord Westen, 02 Nov 1905: Marriage License: Charles Cherney of Franklin and Rosa Zeman of Cooperstown


CERNY: Francis m: 3 July 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.47) to: Maria Rezba From the Manitowoc Pilot, Thursday, July 6, 1871: Married - In this city, July 3, 1871, at the office of Police Justice, by Don A. Shove, Court Commissioner, M. Francis Cerney(sic) and Miss Maria Rezba.


CERNY: John m: 1 Nov 1891 (co. mar. index v.6 p.121) to: Jenofafa Meyer


CERNY: Joseph m: 31 Aug. 1870 (co. mar. index v.4 p.43) to: Mary Straud


CERNY: Joseph m: 25 Sept. 1882 (co. mar. index. v.5 p.97) to: Catharine Piwonka


CERNY: Joseph m: 14 May 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.252) to: Terese Kriwanek


CERNY: Paul m: 25 July 1887 (co. mar. index v.5 p.386) to: Mary Cizek


CERNY: Wenzel m: 19 Feb. 1870 (co. mar. index v.4 p.35) to: Maria Richowa


CERNY: See BIWORKA See CIZEK See HOLUB See KABINA See LUBKE See WELEBYL See ZEMAN


CERO: Jan. m: 1 Jan. 1876 (co. mar. index v.4 p.101) to: Katerine Shoor


CERULL: Aug. m: 6 May 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.119) to: Auguste Wagner


CERULL: Charles m: 1 May 1902 (co. mar. index v.7 p.209) to: Frieda Zill From Der Nord Westen, 01 May 1902 Marriage License: Chas. Cerull of Manitowoc and Frieda Zill of Meeme


CERULL: Christian m. Caroline Willert(Willner) daughter Laura


CERULL: See GREENWALD


CERVENY: Joseph m: 15 Apr. 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.203) to: Paulina Vanis


CERVENY: Wenzl m: 5 July 1881 (co. mar. index v.5 p.29) to: Anna Wanesh


CERWENI: See RADY


CESS Brothers (B. & O.) Farmers and Breeders of Full Blooded Shorthorn Durham Cattle S. 15 Gibson, PO Mishicot B. Cess WI b.1889 O. Cess b. WI 1893 Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


CESS: Henry m: 11 Dec 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.432) to: Ema Stubt


CHADECK: Joseph b: 5 Feb. 1872 in Preaka, Bohemia p: Thomas and Rosina Vobejda Chadek m: 21 Mar 1898 (co. mar. index v.6 p.446) to: Frances Bouda


CHADEK: Adolph m: 20 Aug. 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.172) to: Mary Bartha From Der Nord Westen, 15 Aug. 1901 Marriage License obtained: Adolph Chadeck of Manitowoc and Mary Bartha of Kossuth


CHADEK: Amos J. (age 31 at marr.) res: Manitowoc p: Thomas Chadek of Manitowoc m: 25 June 1918 at Manitowoc St. James Episc. ch. wit: William A. and Lucille L. Karas to: Anna Karas (age 30 at marr.) p: Frank and Anna Karas of Manitowoc


CHADEK: James m: 1 Dec 1898 (co. mar. index v.7 p.31) to: Mary Ahrens


CHADEK, John J. (Cadek on co. mar. index/see John Cadek) b: 1 Mar 1877 in Shoto p: Joseph and Katherine Chadek m. 23 Oct 1906 in Kellnersville to: Antonia Jindra b: 10 Nov 1879 in Maribel p: Joseph and Anna Svatos Yindra children: Leopold J. (b. 29 Jul 1908 in Rosencranz, WI) Mary Michael (b. 12 Sept 1911) Paul


CHADEK: Jos. W. m: 7 Nov. 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.146) to: Cath. Mundl


CHADEK: Thomas b: 3 Dec 1842, Bohemia/d. 5 Apr. 1928 m: Rosina Vobejda b: 17 Jul 1847, Bohemia/d. 31 Oct. 1887 in Gibson children: Elizabeth (b. 1870 in Bohemia) Joseph (b. 5 Feb. 1872 in Preaka, Bohemia) Anna (b. 1873 in Bohemia) Adolph (b. Apr. 1875 in Fort Howard, Brown County, WI) Wencel (b. 1 May 1876 in Gibson twp.) Stephan (b. 24 Dec. 1877 in Franklin twp.) John Steve Chadek (b. 16 May 1880 in Gibson twp.) James Chadek (b. ABT 1881 in Gibson) Amos J. Chadek (b. Apr. 1887 in WI) (2nd Marriage) m: 15 Oct. 1888 to Anna Marek in Cooperstown (co. mar. index v.5 p.418) b. 16 Jul 1859 in Bohemia children: James (b. 19 Aug 1886 in Bovaria, Germany)


CHAFFIN: Joseph m: 6 Nov 1890 (co. mar. index v.6 p.56) to: Mettie Shimek


CHAIGNOT: Eugene J. m: (no dates) (co. mar. index v.7 p.182/certificate dated 1 Oct. 1901) to: Mathilda Connell From Der Nord Westen, 26 Sep. 1901 Marriage License obtained: Eugene James Chaignot and Maude Connell both of Manitowoc


CHAKOSKI: See BRAASCH


CHALOUPKA: Ed. m: Apr. 25, 1916 to: Emma Shedivy Ed. Chaloupka, of Mishicot and Emma Shedivy of Gibson were married at the offices of Judge Chloupek in probate court yesterday, the ceremony being witnessed by attaches of the offices. The couple will reside on a farm in Mishicot. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday April 26, 1916 P.3


CHALOUPKA: Thomas m: 14 Feb 1898 (co. mar. index v.6 p.445) to: Annie Sedebry


CHALOUPKA: John to: Mary Svoboda


CHALOUPKA: Joseph p. John and Mary Svoboda Chaloupka m. 11 Feb. 1888 co. mar. index v.5 p.393/no dates on index/he is 1887/she is 1888) to: Mary Supita p. Jackob and Katherina Lestina Supita Children: Edward H. b. 16 Mar. 1889 William b. 12 May 1892 Blanche b. 30 Nov. 1893


CHALOUPKA: William p: Joseph and Mary Supita Chaloupka m: 6 June 1916, Holy Cross Catholic Church, Mishicot to: Mary Honzik p: Wenzel and Madeline Eckhardt Honzik At Gibson yesterday Judge Chloupek officiated at the marriage of Miss Mary Housik, to William Chloupka, of Mishicot. The couple will reside at Mishicot. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, June 7, 1916 P.4


CHALOUPKA: William Clarence b: 1917/d. 1984 p: William and Mary Honzik Chaloupka m: 14 Nov. 1936, St. Anne's Catholic Church, Francis Creek to: Lucile (Lucille) Anna Radey b: 1918/d. 1982 p: Frank and Lillian Alice Tuma Radey


CHALOUPKA: See BOUDA


CHALUPECK: Emanuel m: 7 June 1860 (co. mar. index v.2 p.86) to: Rosalia Stupecky


CHALUPNY: John m: 5 July 1887 (co. mar. index v.5 p.361) to: Catharine Jacek


CHALUPNY: John Farmer S. 13 Gibson, PO Mishicot, Came to county 1882 Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


CHALUPNY: Joseph m: 24 May 1904 (co. mar. index v.7 p.326) to: Maria Stangl From Der Nord Westen, 19 May 1904: Marriage License: Joseph E. Chulapsky of Two Creeks and Mary Stangel of Mishicott


CHALUPNY: See SCHURTZ


CHAMBERLIN: Alonzo b: Conn. res: Manitowoc, laborer p: Peter and Mary m: 14 Jan. 1856 at Manitowoc Rapids (co. mar. index v.1 p.97) to: Theresa Froy p: John and Mary


CHAMBERS: W. Restaurant Manitowoc Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


CHAMPLAIN: See MORSE


CHAMPLIN: See JONES See MURPHY See SMITH


CHANDLER: Geo. m: 14 Aug 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.270) to: Mary Woerfel From Der Nord Westen, 16 Aug. 1894: Marriage on Tues. of Geo. Chandler of Sheboygan Falls, with Miss Mary Woerfel of Manitowoc Rapids by Justice of the Peace J.C. Willinger.


CHAPEK: Fredrick m: 20 Nov. 1906 (co. mar. index v.8 p.9) to: Lucy Jebavy


CHAPIN: Rev. O.H. see Presbyterian churches


CHAPLESKI: School photo at Crystal Springs School Esther, Irene, George


CHAPMAN: John came to Manitowoc in Apr. 1849 from Filby, Norfolk, England b: 23 May 1804/bapt. in Filby ch. Rev. Wm. Taylor m: Mary Ann (Francis) b: 1805 children: Ellen (b. 1833 from record of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc) William (b. 29 Oct. 1838 from record of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc)


CHAPMAN: See Anderton-Chatterton bio. See GRUMANN See PELLETT


CHARLES: See Erwin Gauthier bio.


CHARMBRUCH: See John Gutman bio.


CHARMES: Joseph m: 24 May 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.96) to: Anna Hotch


CHAROOT: See GRUBER


CHARVAT: W. From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Dealer in General Merchandise. Postmaster. Post Office, Larrabee; Section 28, Gibson Township.


CHASE: M. m: 27 Aug 1892 (co. mar. index v.6 p.167) to: Mary Bond Honek


CHASINSKI: Carolus m: 27 Nov 1893 (co. mar. index v.6 p.238) to: Margaretha Ebert


CHASON: See HUEBER


CHATHAM: Geo. B. m: 24 Sept 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.180)


CHATTERTON: George m: 4 May 1872 (co. mar. index v.4 p.62) to: Grace Anderton


CHATTERTON: See George L. Anderton bio.


CHATTONDON: Charles m: 1 June 1863 (co. mar. index v.2 p.181) to: Mary Ellen Heap


CHAVET: Henry From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Born in America, 1850. Wife born in Germany 1857. Married in 1875. Four children. Post Office, Cooperstown; Section 9, Cooperstown Township.


CHAVHAUR: See BLAHA


CHAYKOWSKY: Anton m: 1 Apr. 1869 (co. mar. index v.7 p.40)


CHEDEK: James m: 27 Mar. 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.149) to: Mrs. Elizabeth Rabas From Der Nord Westen, 28 Mar. 1901 Marriage License obtained: James Chadek and Lizzie Rabbas both of Gibson


CHEEVER: See Henry Sibree bio.


CHEHA: See EWEN


CHEINK: See HIDEMAN


CHELNIZ: See BODE


CHENOHA: Simon (info from Katharina's death record at courthouse, v.1 p.258) m: Katharina b: Gross Feithof, Bohemia (d. 13 Feb. 1878 at Branch/age 38 yrs.) p: Mathias and Katharina Mlaida


CHERF: See Anton M. Krall bio.


CHERMACK: Anton J. m: 26 Jan 1898 (co. mar. index v.6 p.440) to: Emma Krainik


CHERMAK: Albert m: 23 June 1903 (co. mar. index v.7 p.280) to: Mary Kazilek Marriage License: Albert Chermak and Mary Kazilek both of Manitowoc Der Nord Westen, 18 June 1903 ********* FOUR WEDDINGS IN A DAY. This is Cupid's Busy Month and Many Weddings Take Place. At the home of the bride's parents on south Twelfth street, Miss Mary Kazilek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kazilek and Albert Chermak were united in marriage at noon, Judge Chloupek officiating. The young couple were attended by Miss Bessi Chermak and Joseph Swoboda. Immediately after the ceremony a wedding dinner was served and a reception to friends and relatives was held. Mr. and Mrs. Chermak departed on the 4:10 south bound train for Madison where they will make their future home. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, June 24, 1903 P. 1


CHERMAK: Emil Ice Cream Parlor Manitowoc Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


CHERMAK: Venzel m: 31 Aug 1895 (co. mar. index v.6 p.311) to: Mary Dvorak


CHERNEY: Chas. A. b: 1880, Wisconsin m: Rose Zeman Hotel and Opera Hall S.1 Franklin, PO Kellnersville Dealer in Ice Cream, Soft Drinks, and Cigars Most Up To Date Dance Hall in Manitowoc County Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


CHERNEY: Emil m: 10 Sept. 1907 (co. mar. index v.8 p.50) to: Agnes Sames


CHERNEY: Lagae m: 19 Nov. 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.198) to: Anna Ginzl From Der Nord Westen, 14 Nov. 1901 Marriage License obtained: Logic Churney of Mishicott and Anna Ginzel of Gibson


CHERNEY: also have Chirney See KELLER See CHIRNEY


CHERNY: also have Chirney See HUDSON See LESTINA See VRANEY


CHERRNEY: Gustave m: 2 April 1907 (co. mar. index v.8 p.33) to: Margarete Brouchoud


CHIARLO: See GALANTS


CHICHI: See DIEN


CHICHY: See GEBHARD


CHICKHLOM: See HAMMOND


CHIHA: See Anton M. Krall bio.


CHINDALEK: Joseph m: 20 Jan. 1894 to: Anna Becker From Der Nord Westen, 25 Jan. 1894: Marriage of Joseph Chindalek with Miss Anna Becker on Sat. in the Catholic Church.


CHIRNEY: Frank m: 22 Apr. 1878 (co. mar. index v.4 p.129) to: Mary Albrecht


CHISEL: Anton m: 5 July 1870 (co. mar. index v.4 p.43) to: Anna Chisel


CHISHOLM: See HAMMON See HAMMOND


CHIVALA: John m: 27 Nov 1877 (co. mar. index v.4 p.124) to: Mary Dress


CHLAUPEK: See CHLOUPEK


CHLOUPECK: Thomas m: 11 Apr. 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.218) to: Mary Urban


CHLOUPEK: Antonin and Vaclav Chloupek settled in Kossuth in 1849, their father and brother Joseph came later. There is more information about the Chloupek family in the book Czechs in Manitowoc County by Frank Benes that can be found at the Manitowoc Public library.


CHLOUPEK: Adolf p: Anton and Elizabeth Chloupek m: 8 Feb. 1881 (co. mar. index v.5 p.8) to: Anna Tesarik p: John and Anna Tesarik


CHLOUPEK: Anton b: Kottenberg, L. Bohemia res: Kossuth p: Joseph and Mary Chloupek m: 28 Dec. 1853 at Kossuth (co. mar. index v.1 p.31) to: Elisabet Shestak p: Wenzl and Anna Shestak


CHLOUPEK: Chas. Joseph m: 30 Oct. 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.187) to: Henrietta Johanna Pitz From Der Nord Westen, 17 Oct. 1901 Marriage License: Chas. J. Chloupek of Kewaunee and Henrietta J. Pitz of Manitowoc


CHLOUPEK: Hon. John b: 20 July 1861 in Kossuth Twp. Manitowoc Co. p: Joseph and Mary Sullivan Chloupek m: 16 May 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.407) to: Julia Bressler (Bresler on co. mar. index) p: Charles and Gabriele (Fischer) Bressler children: Five; 4 sons, 1 dau. From Der Nord Westen, 17 May 1888 Marriage of John Chloupeck of Kossuth, with Miss Julia Breszler of Manitowoc on Wed., 16 May, by Pastor Köhl. The pair left the same evening for Chicago. ********** Mr. John Chloupek and Miss Julia Bressler were married yesterday (Wednesday) evening at the residence of the bride's parents in this city. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Roehl. None but relatives and intimate friends were present. The young couple left for Chicago. Mr. Chloupek is clerk of the circuit court and is a general favorite for his genial good nature, high character and devotion to his friends. Where ever he is known he is popular and deservedly so. Mrs. Chloupek has been a teacher in the public schools of this city and her worth is well shown by the high estimation in which she was held by her pupils, while socially she is a favorite in every circle. The Pilot extends congratulations and expresses the hope that the future may have nothing but happiness in store for both. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, May 17, 1888 ********** Goods Salesman Quits to Engage In own Business Frank Chloupek, who now spells his name Clopek, son of Judge and Mrs. John Chloupek, who has held a position with the sale department of the East, has resigned his position and will engage in business for himself at Lauderdale, Florida, and expects to take up his home with his family in that city this fall. Mr. Clopek is at Lauderdale to prepare for his new venture which will be in the wholesale and retail hardware and builders supplies. Mrs. Clopek and children "Zack" and John are spending the summer at the home of Mrs. Clopek's parents at Branch and will go directly to Lauderdale from this city. Manitowoc Herald News, Manitowoc, Wis. Monday, August 3, 1925 P. 2


CHLOUPEK, John From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Attorney-at-law


CHLOUPEK: Josef (also Chlaupek) This information was contributed by a family researcher, see contributors page.


CHLOUPEK: Joseph b: 3 Feb. 1833, in Bohemia. p: Joseph Chloupek m: Mary Sullivan p: Edward Sullivan children: Ten, six of whom are; Mrs. Anna Kumbalik, Judge John Chloupek, Erwin, Mrs. Laura Brown, Charles, M.D., and Edward


CHLOUPEK: Joseph From Der Nord Westen, 29 June 1905: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chloupek, well-known residents of our city, celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary on Sun. They both came to Manitowoc in 1848; Mr. Chloupek, 75, from Bohemia and his 71-yr. old wife from Ireland. They married 25 June 1855 in Manitowoc Rapids and lived for many years in Town Kossuth, moving to Manitowoc several years ago. 4 children, among whom is County Judge Chloupek, and a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren attended the celebratory party.


CHLOUPEK: Joseph b: 18 Brez 1790/d. zemrel 11 pros. 1871 m: Marie (1800-1874)


CHLOUPEK, Lillian Photo Photo compliments of the Manitowoc Library


CHLOUPEK: (also have Cloupeck) See ADAMS See Louis K. Pitz bio.


CHMETIK: See BIELSKY


CHOAN: Jacob b: Bohemia res: Mishicot, laborer p: Johan and Maria Choan m: 8 Feb. 1857 in Mishicot (co. mar. index v.1 p.175) to: Thereasia Climesh p: Matheas and Maria Climesh


CHOATE: See Henry Groth bio.


CHOKOSKI: Hugo A. m: 27 June 1900 (co. mar. index v.7 p.106) to: Alvina Roxien


CHOPEK: See BRAUN


CHORCH: See ROCK


CHORCK: See ROCK


CHRAPIKOWSKI: A. From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and Breeder Prop. Neenah and Manitowoc Plank Road Post Office, Manitowoc; Section 18, Manitowoc Township.


CHRASE: Christian m: Karoline Giese children: Karoline (b. 18 Mar. 1865/bp. 25 Sept. 1870/sponsors: Johann Schulz, David Tilse) Maria (b. 7 Feb. 1867/bp. 25 Sept. 1870/sponsors: Marie Vetter, Luise Schulz) Wilhelmine (b. 3 Feb. 1869/bp. 25 Sept. 1870/sponsors: Johann Proeber, Maria Krahn) Karl Johann Friedrich (b. 20 May 1871/bapt. 26 Apr 1874/sponsors:Maria Proeber, Johann Seemann, Maria Krauel) (From records of Trinity Lutheran ch., Liberty twp.)


CHRIST: Frank D. The Manitou Restaurant Manitowoc Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


CHRIST: Peter b: Germany res: Francis Creek p: John and Johanna Christ m: 9 Jan. 1856 at Manitowoc Rapids to: Mary Reinart p: Peter and Mary Reinart


CHRISTAINS: See MEINARDUS


CHRISTANSEN: Chas. P. m: 1 Dec. 1887 (co. mar. index v.5 p.381) to: Emma Houghton


CHRISTIANSEN: Fred m: July 25, 1894 to: Laura Fulton MARRIED: Christiansen—Fulton. At the residence of the bride's parents in Manitowoc Rapids on Wednesday, July 25, Mr. Fred Christiansen and Miss Laura Fulton. Mr. Christiansen is assistant principal of the Third ward school and is a young man of undoubted worth. His bride has also been a teacher and is deservedly popular. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, July 26, 1894


CHRISTIANSEN: Mathias m: July 29, 1882 to Fredericke Krach MARRIED: July 29th, 1882, at the residence of the bride's parents in the town of Manitowoc, by C.W. White, Justice of the Peace, Mathias Christiansen and Miss Fredericke Krach. Mr. Christiansen, our well known City Baker, has shown by his choice of a help mate, the same wisdom evidenced in his business transactions. His bride is the only daughter of our esteemed citizen, Mr. Krach, floral gardener and farmer. She is a lady in every sense of the word, and to her other lady-like qualities, adds that of a thorough house-wife, a qualification which is often lacking. The wedding was a pleasant event to the many friends of the couple. After the ceremony, the many guests gathered around the table loaded with all the luxuries of the season and enjoyed a rare feast. The side board was also well supplied with that which maketh the heart glad. Among other presents presented to the bride was a roll containing twenty golden eagles, presented by her father and mother. That the newly wedded pair may enjoy all the happiness they anticipate is the earnest wish of their many friends. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, August 10, 1882


CHRISTBAUM: See STUCK


CHRISTEL: Albert m: 1903 (no dates/cert. dated June 2) (co. mar. index v.7 p.275) They were married at St. Gregory in St. Nazianz to: Phillippina "Minnie" Wedding photo


CHRISTEL: Ed S. 8 Meeme, PO Kiel b. WI 1886 All Kinds of Refreshments, Cigars, Candy, Ice Cream, Etc. Dance Hall in Connection Agent for Farm Lighting Plants and Electric Supplies Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


CHRISTEL: Ernst Hugo Obituary


CHRISTEL: Franz Wm. m: 14 Nov 1882 (co. mar. index v.5 p.95) to: Wilhelmina Sulloff (This probably should be Lulloff but is in the S's)


CHRISTEL: Henry C. Obituary


CHRISTEL: Isidor m: 11 Oct. 1904 (co. mar. index v.7 p.348) to: Ida M. Jerger


CHRISTEL: Jos. J. b: 1888, Wis. m: Rose Bushman Farmer and Breeder of Full Blooded Holstein Cattle and White Leghorn Chickens Sect. 36 Eaton, PO Kiel Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


CHRISTEL: Joseph Wendelin m: 20 July 1880 (co. mar. index v.4 p.165) to: Christina Kaiser


CHRISTEL: Louis m: Ella Hertel children: Geraldine (b. 7 September 1926)


CHRISTEL, Peter m: 02 June 1908 at St. Gregory Catholic church to: Rose Gutman Peter Christel Rose Gutman Wedding photo Peter Christel and Anton Baumgartner family (Note: They are buried in St. Gregory, cem. #21)


CHRISTEL: Richard From Der Nord Westen, 22 Feb. 1894: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Christel celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary on 02 Feb. in Schleswig.


CHRISTEL: Richard m: 28 Feb. 1867 (co. mar. index v.4 p.29) to: Maria Prol


CHRISTEL: Richard m: 6 Feb. 1869 (co. mar. index v.4 p.30) to: Maria Stahl


CHRISTEL: Richard b: Town of Eaton-Farmer in Town of Eaton p: Richard Christel and Maria Stahl m: 21 Feb 1895 St. Gregory Catholic Church, Town of Eaton Witnesses Bertha Christel and Katie Christel (co. mar. index v.6 p.291) to: Johanna Sproll b: Town of Liberty p: Joseph Sproll and Theresia Bank


CHRISTEL: Rudolph b: St. Nazianz, Town of Eaton p: Wendel Christel and Christina Kaiser m: Feb. 3, 1924 at St. Gregory Catholic Church, Town of Eaton (co. mar. index v.18 p.493) Wit: Wm. Rappel and Christine Christel Rappel [who are sister and brother-in-law of Rudolph Christel] to: Minnie Quante b: Town of Meeme p: August Quante and Minnie Dobbert Family of August and Wilhelmine Quante


CHRISTEL: William Obituary


CHRISTEL: William F. Birthday Party


CHRISTEL: Wm. F. Ford Sales and Service Station Valders Garage, Accessories, Repairs, Ford, The Universal Car Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


CHRISTEL: Wm. F. Valders Cash Store Valders, 1901 General Merchandise, Automobiles, and Farm Implements Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


CHRISTEL: Also have Christl


CHRISTENSEN: Andreas m: 8 Feb 1887 (co. mar. index v.5 p.339) to: Anna M Madsen


CHRISTENSEN: Anton Marcus m: 30 Sept. 1899 (co. index v.7 p.67) to: Wilhelmine Dorothea Brandt From Der Nord Westen, 28 Sep. 1899: Marriage License issued for: Anton M. Christiansen and Minnie Brandt both of Manitowoc From Der Nord Westen, 05 Oct. 1899: Marriage Sat. afternoon at the local Lutheran Church of Anton Christiansen with Miss Minna Brandt. A party will be held afterward in the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. Friedrich Brandt.


CHRISTENSEN: Care O. (From record of Gibson Norwegian Evang. Luth. ch.) b: 3 April 1863 in Carl Town, Kewaunee co. Wis. p: Ole Christensen and Oline Ereksen m: 17 June 1885 at Kewaunee church, Town of Franklen, Kewaunee co. to: Anna Hansen b: 30 May 1864, Two Creeks, Manitowoc co. p: Hans Christensen and Pernilla Hansen


CHRISTENSEN: Chas. m: 10 Jun 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.407) to: Julia Hacker From Der Nord Westen, 10 June 1897: Marriage today of Charles Christensen with Miss Julia Hacker, daughter of Wilhelm Hacker of Manitowoc.


CHRISTENSEN: Christen m: 16 Jan. 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.175) to: Frances Nate


CHRISTENSEN: Christen m: 21 Apr 1891 (co. mar. index v.6 p.94) to: Marit Marg Halverson


CHRISTENSEN: Christian m: 31 Dec 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.173/she is p.172) to: Caroline L. Vindingstad


CHRISTENSEN: Christian (Christenson in newspaper) b: Norway, Europe res: Two Rivers, farmer p: Christen Olsen and Lisbet Samuelson m: 20 May 1856, in Manitowoc (co. mar. index v.1 p.162) to: Caroline Arneson p: Arne Peterson and Johanne Anderson (mar. announcement in the Manitowoc Herald, 23 June 1855)


CHRISTENSEN: Erik m: 2 Jan 1889 (co. mar. index v.5 p.434) to: Decahinek Halvesson


CHRISTENSEN: Hans b: 26 March 1852, Denmark m: 1873 to: Emma Burmaster (Burmeister) Emma

Photo compliments of the Manitowoc Library


CHRISTENSEN: Hans m: 5 April 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.114) to: Bertha Ludke Married – In the city of Manitowoc on Thursday, April 5th, by Judge R.D. Smart, Mr. Hans Christensen and Miss Bertha Luetke. Mr. Christensen has for a number of years been a resident of the city and is now proprietor of Delmonico Hall, one of the best furnished saloons in the state. His bride was born in this city and has resided here always. The Pilot wishes the couple bon voyage in their tour through married life. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, April 12, 1883


CHRISTENSEN: Hans m: 27 Oct. 1904 (co. mar. index v.7 p.350) to: Josephine Leyse


CHRISTENSEN: Jure m: 8 Nov. 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.97) to: Kirste Syversten


CHRISTENSEN: Olaf M. m: 15 Nov. 1905 (co. mar. index v.7 p.419) to: Julia C. Pitz (Her surname is Pilz in Evergreen cemetery) CHRISTENSENS OBSERVING SILVER WEDDING Today marks the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Christensen, South 15th street, and they are observing the occasion with a family dinner at their home this evening. Mr. and Mrs. Christensen are well known residents of the city and are receiving the congratulations of a host of friends. Five children were born to the couple-two sons, Oscar and Paul, the latter a student at Lawrence College, and three daughters. Marie, Teacher at Oshkosh, Inez and Phyllis. Mrs. Anna Christensen, mother of Mr. Christensen is also celebrating her seventy- seventh birthday anniversary on this day and will be an honored guest at the family dinner this evening. Manitowoc Herald News, Saturday, November 15, 1930 P. 9


CHRISTENSEN: Ole m: 27 Jan 1887 (co. mar. index v.5 p.339/she is 27 Aug. 1887/numbers match) to: Julia E. Anderson


CHRISTENSEN: Ole res: at mar. Maple Grove, farmer b: Norway p: Christen Halvorsen and Sigrid Olsthr. m: 9 May 1853, Tn. Maple Grove by J.A. Otteson, Norw. Ev. Luth. ch. (co. mar. index) to: Anne Olsthr. b: Norway p: Ole Olsen and Bergit Olsthr.


CHRISTENSEN: Also have Christansen See ASLAKSEN See BENTLY See HOFFMANN See JORGENSEN See MATHIESEN See NELSON See TONNESON


CHRISTENSON: Andrew From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and Stock Breeder. Born in Cato 1866. Wife born in Cato 1861. Married in 1885. Settled farm 1885. Three children. Post Office, Oslo; Section 26, Cato Township.


CHRISTENSON: Claus From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Sailor on salt and fresh water for thirty-five years. Born in Norway 1825. Wife born in Norway 1826. Married and came to America in 1853. Eight children. Post Office, Oslo; Section 25, Cato Township.


CHRISTENSON: Hans m: 26 Sept. 1868 (co. mar. index v.4 p.23) to: Bertha Johnson


CHRISTENSON: Hansan Peter m: 20 Nov. 1870 (co. mar. index v.4 p.42) to: Anna Schemmel


CHRISTENSON: See MADSON See SALVESON See THOLLEFSON


CHRISTIAN: Charles m: 29 Oct. 1866 (co. mar. index v.3 p.77) to: Caroline Eggers


CHRISTIANEN: Fred m: 25 Jul 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.257) to: Laura A Frulton ********** Christiansen-Fulton. At the residence of the bride's parents in Manitowoc Rapids on Wednesday, July 25. Mr. Fred Christiansen and Miss Laura Fulton. Mr. Christiansen is assistant principal of the Third ward school and is a young man of undoubted worth. His bride has also been a teacher and is deservedly popular. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, July 26, 1894


CHRISTIANS: See Professor Emil Meinardus bio.


CHRISTIANSEN: Chr. m: 9 Jan. 1879 (co. mar. index v.4 p.146) to: Hansine F Hansen


CHRISTIANSEN: Ferdinand m: 5 Feb. 1876 (co. mar. index v.4 p.109)


CHRISTIANSEN: Hans b: 26 Mar. 1852, in Denmark m: 1 June 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.70) to: Emma Burmeister of Manitowoc Co. children: Three sons


CHRISTIANSEN: Mathias b. 1847 d. Jun 1920 m: 8 Mar 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.80) to: Bertha Soenksen b. 23 Jun 1853 p: Johann Boy and Eliza (Lendt) Soenksen d. 16 Aug 1881


CHRISTIANSEN: Mathias m: 29 Jul 1882 (co. mar. index v.5 p.219) to: Fredrika Kracht (Krach on index) From Der Nord Westen, 10 Aug. 1882: Marriage of M. Christiansen with Miss Friederika Kracht, both of Manitowoc, on 29 July in the home of the bride's parents, by the Justice of the Peace C.W. White. The bride is the only daughter of Chas. Kracht.


CHRISTIANSEN: Ole Fredrick m: 30 Nov. 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.148) to: Elefine Larsen


CHRISTIANSEN: Severni m: 18 Nov. 1880 (co. mar. index v.4 p.170) to: Anne Elisa Anderson


CHRISTIANSEN: William m: 27 Oct. 1906 (co. mar. index v.8 p.9) to: Minnie Tech From Der Nord Westen, 25 Oct. 1906: Marriage License obtained Wm. Christiansen of Manitowoc and Minnie Tech of Manitowoc Rapids


CHRISTIANSEN: Wm. m: 7 Aug. 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.172) to: Bertha L.W. Birkholz From Der Nord Westen, 01 Aug. 1901 Marriage License obtained: Bertha Birkholz of Reedsville and William Christiansen of Manitowoc


CHRISTIANSEN: See HALVERSEN See HOFFMANN See MATTHEWS See OLSEN See TORRISON See TORRSON


CHRISTIANSON: Andrews m: 8 Dec. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.90) to: Anna H Hansen


CHRISTIANSON: Carl C. m: 17 Jun 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.249) to: Anna Hansen


CHRISTIANSON: Christian d. July 1871


CHRISTIANSON: S. From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and Stock Breeder. Born in Cato 1856. Wife born in Manitowoc County 1859. Married in 1880. Five children. Parents born in Norway. Post Office, Clark's Mills; Section 32, Cato Township.


CHRISTIANSON: Wm. A. m: 29 Mar. 1900 (co. mar. index v.7 p.93) to: Lilly Hacker


CHRISTIANSON: See GRISCHOW See HOFFMANN See HELLE


CHRISTL: Nicolaus m: 2 June 1906 (co. mar. index v.7 p.443)


CHRISTMANN: P. John m: 11 Feb. 1882 (co. mar. index v.5 p.63) to: Elizabetha Gilsdorf


CHRISTMANN: See MULLER


CHRISTOFF: John F. b: Germany res: Two Rivers, carpenter p: John H. and Christine J. Christoff m: 5 Dec. 1856 at Two Rivers (co. mar. index v.1 p.148) wit: William Burmeister and J. Schroeder to: Frederica Schroeder p: John and Frederica L. Schroeder


CHRISTOFF: (also have Cristof/Christoph) See Joachim Schroeder bio. See John L. Schroeder bio.


CHRISTOFFEL: Jacob immigrated May 1853


CHRISTOFFEL: Nicholas (see Nicholaus Christophel) b: 4 Apr. 1845, Prussia/d. 27 Sept. 1922 m: 22 Nov. 1868 (co. mar. index v.4 p.20) to: Elizabeth Gluckstein b: 1844 Germany/d. 6 Dec. 1891


CHRISTOFFEL: Peter m: 21 Nov 1893 (co. mar. index v.6 p.221) to: Anna Kaiser


CHRISTOFFEL: Peter m: 18 July 1906 (co. mar. index v.8 p.1) to: Emma Lehky From Der Nord Westen, 12 July 1906: Marriage License obtained Peter Christoffel of Two Rivers and Emma Lefka of Gibson From Der Nord Westen, 19 July 1906: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 16 July) Peter A. Christoffel of the South Side, will marry Miss Emma Lefka of Gibson on Wednesday. A festive wedding party will be held.


CHRISTOFFEL: Peter From Der Nord Westen, 30 Oct. 1909: (Saturday dateline) Mr. and Mrs. Peter Christoffel, elderly residents of Two Rivers, celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary Saturday. Following a service in the Catholic Church there was a joyous party in the couple’s home. Of the 10 children born to the couple, 7 are still living. A large number of guests were in attendance.


CHRISTOFFEL: See BRATLY See DAECHECK See HOEFERT See MOSELER See NEUMANN See REIDER


CHRISTOFFERSON: Sever m: 24 Nov. 1903 (co. mar. index v.7 p.305) to: Clara I. Nelson From Der Nord Westen, 19 Nov 1903 Marriage License: Sever Christopherson of Chilton and Clara Nelson of Two Creeks


CHRISTOPH: Charles m: 7 Jan. 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.174) to: Mary Waldmann ***** Christoph birth: 18 September 1896 Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co., Wis. death: 18 September 1896 Wisconsin burial: Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co., Wis. father: Charles Christoph mother: Mary Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 ***** Christoph birth: 18 September 1896 Manitowoc, Wisc. death: 18 September 1896 Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin father: Chas Christoph mother: Mary Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 ***** Christoph birth: 18 January 1902 Manitowoc death: 18 January 1902 Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin father: Charles Christoph mother: Mary Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 ***** (NOTE: 1900 Manitowoc census shows that Mary had 7 children and 5 living so the 2 who d. in 1896 are probably twins and not just a duplicate entry)


CHRISTOPH: See BREITER


CHRISTOPHEL: Nicolaus (see Nicolas Christoffel) m: 22 Nov. 1868 (co. mar. index v.4 p.20) to: Elizabeth Gluckstein


CHRISTOPHEL: See BRATHBY


CHRISTOPHER: See BREITER


CHRISTOPHERSEN: See EVENSEN


CHRISTOPHERSON: Andrew m: 6 Nov 1876 (co. mar. index v.4 p.109) to: Louise Rathsack


CHRISTOPHERSON: See NILSEN


CHURCH: See Henry Carter Hamilton bio.


CHURCHONEST: See DWORZACK


CHURNEY: See SIEBENBORN


CHWALD: Jos. m: 30 Oct. 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.155) to: Mary Patricny


CHYLENSKA: See SZYPERSKI Back to Top