MANITOWOC COUNTY MARRIAGES

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HAACK: Wilhelm m: Caroline (nee) Krohn children: Gustav Wilhelm (b. 12/10/1859/bapt. 1/22/1860/St. John's Ev. Luth. ch./Newtonburg)


HAACKER: (there is also Hacker/Haaker) See BORCHERDT See HOOCK See KEUNE See SPIEGEL See WEDENKAMP


HAAG: George m: 14 Jun 1887 (co. mar. index v.5 p.371) to: Franziska Breu


HAAG: George m: 29 Oct. 1907 (co. mar. index v.79 p.225) to: Anna Leicht


HAAG: Math m: 26 Nov 1898 (co. mar. index v.7 p.27) to: Annie Schrimpf


HAAG: Mathias m: 20 Oct 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.272) to: Sophia Althen


HAAG: William m: 27 June 1903 (co. mar. index v.7 p.284) to: Lizzie Althen From Der Nord Westen, 25 June 1903 Marriage License obtained Willie Haag and Lizzie Altken both of Mishicott


HAAG: See REDLI


HAAGE: See GERBERDING


HAAGENSEN: Peder b: 1 Jan 1871, in Liberty Town, Wis. p: Haagen Pedersen and Sophie Olsen m: 26 Oct 1893 in Sandy Bay Norwegian Lutheran ch., Kewaunee co., Wis. to: Sirine Julia Mikkelsen b: 24 Dec 1872, Two Creeks, Manitowoc co. p: Ole and Ingri Mikkelsen


HAAGENSON: See PEDERSON


HAAK: Ferdinand m: 10 Sept. 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.73) to: Elisabeth Sechler


HAAKENSDTR: See IVERSON


HAAKENSON: See KNUDSON See OLSEN


HAAKER: Christian (see Christian Hacker) m: 8 Nov. 1861 (co. mar. index v.2 p.125) to: Margaret Baryenbruch


HAAKER: Fredrich m: 28 May 1882 (co. mar. index v.5 p.72) to: Anne Bressin


HAAKONSON: Bernhard res: Milwaukee m: 10 June 1896, St. Johns United Church, Manitowoc (co. mar. index v.6 p.358) to: Annie Weinschenk res: Manitowoc From Der Nord Westen, 18 June 1896: Marriage Wed. last week of Bernhard Haakonson, formerly employed here but now of Milwaukee, with Miss Anna Weinschenk, daughter of Eduard Weinschenk, in the home of the bride's parents.


HAARDRATH: Charles m: 12 Feb. 1878 (co. mar. index v.4 p.127) to: Anna Mueller


HAARDRATH: Also have Hardrath


HAARMANN: Friedrich Karl b: City of Sheboygan - Workman in City of Sheboygan p: Friedrich Haarmann and Marie Heise m: 18 Sept. 1898 Evangelical Lutheran ceremony at the residence of August Quante in Town of Schleswig (co. mar. index v.7 p.17) Witnesses Wilhelm Schoening (Town of Russell) and Rudolph Quante (Town of Schleswig) to: Mathilda Marie Sophie Quante Photo b: Town of Schleswig p: August Quante and Bertha Zorn Wedding Photo They later moved to Milwaukee./from Bob Domagalski


HAAS: John m: 27 Jul 1889 (co. mar. index v.6 p.24) to: Therisa Bruder


HAAS: John (Wid.) m: 14 Jun 1892 (co. mar. index v.6 p.156) to: Theresia Goessel


HAAS: Joseph photo


HAAS: Joseph m: 24 June 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.85) to: Mary Janda


HAAS: Jos. m: 19 Jun 1905 (co. mar. index v.7 p.388) to: Mary Lintzmeier From Der Nord Westen, 25 May 1905: Marriage License: Joseph Haas and Mary Limmeyer both of Franklin


HAAS: See DUGGAN


HAASE: Carl m: 3 Apr. 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.92) to: Johanna Molle


HAASE: Charles b: 30 Mar. 1872/d. 31 Dec. 1935, Manitowoc p: Charles Haase and Mary Kubbernuss (Kuppernus?)


HAASE: Emil C. (Hase on co. mar. index) b: 1848 in Province Saschsen, Preussen res: Manitowoc p: Emil Ernst and Sophia (Ananide) Haase m: 19 Dec. 1871 from record of First Ger. Evang. Luth. ch., Manitowoc (co. mar. index v.4 p.58) to: Catherine Wilke b: 1852 in New York p: Friedrich Aug. and Angelika (Scherer) Wilke


HAASE: George m: Verona Bredl (b: 27 Mar. 1883, Whitelaw/d. 26 Oct. 1971, Manitowoc) children: George Earl (b. 23 July 1920, Manitowoc


HAASE: Johann m: Maria born Peters children: Lina (b. 17 July 1855/bapt. 21 July 1855/First German Evang. Luth. ch.) Maria Dorothea Johanne Henriette (b. 7 Aug. 1857/bapt. 13 Dec. 1857/ First German Evang. Luth. ch.)


HAASE: Rev. Julius b: 17 Dec. 1849, in Schlesien, Germany. m: 1874 to: Anna Popp. children: 2 sons, 1 dau.


HAASE: Karl m: 20 Dec 1890 (co. mar. index v.6 p.67) to: Bertha W. Freda Kruhl


HAASE: Maria b. 7 Aug. 1857/confirmed 1871/First German Ev. Luth. ch.


HAASE: William b: 7 Feb. 1879, New London, Waupaca co., WI/d. 22 June 1957, Manitowoc) p: Charles Haase and Mary Kubbernuss (Kuppernus?) m: Anna Schade (b. 1 Nov. 1882, Manitowoc/d. 14 April 1956, Manitowoc)


HAASE: See BREDL See KOEBKE See LADEWIG See PODHOLA See WAGENKNECHT


HAASENFUSS: See MOHR


HAAVAARSON: See OLSEN


HAAVERSON: See JACOBSEN


HAAVI: Ole Peter m: 7 Nov. 1877 (co. mar. index v.4 p.147) to: Ingelborg M. Bo


HAAVIE: Ole Anderson m: 03 Jul 1881 (co. mar. index v.5 p.28) to: Guri Gulbrandsen


HAAY: Mathias m: 17 May 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.92)


HABACK: See BUBOLZ See KNUTH


HABCK: See KNUTH


HABECK: Albert m: 24 May 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.46) to: Dores Lebars


HABECK: August m: 13 June 1861 (co. mar. index v.2 p.269) to: Henriette L. Groehler


HABECK: Carl m: 24 June 1876 (co. mar. index v.4 p.105) to: Theresa Saeger From Der Nord Westen, 29 June 1876: Marriage Of Carl Habeck with Theresa Saeger, both from Cooperstown, on Saturday, 24 June by Justice of the Peace A.Wallich.


HABECK: Carl A. m: 20 Dec. 1867 (co. mar. index v.4 p.5) to: Wilhelmine Friederike Auguste Loger (d. 3 May, 1876) Children: 3


HABECK: Charles m: 19 July 1877 (co. mar. index v.4 p.118) to: Marcia Karsten


HABECK: Fredrick W. (see: August Habeck) m: 12 June 1861 (co. mar. index v.2 p.122) to: Henrietta Grohler


HABECK: Johann b: 29 Sept. 1840 in Triglaff, Pommern d: 10 Mar. 1876 m: Ernstine Sager


HABECK: Carl F. W. m: 01 Jun 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.407) to: Maria E. J. Pautz


HABECK: Robert F.W. m: 08 Feb 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.393) to: Wilhelmina H.F. Schlei (she was mar. 9 Feb on index/same v. and p.)


HABECK: William J. m: 26 June 1903 (co. mar. index v.7 p.282) to: Wilhelmina Horstmann From Der Nord Westen, 25 June 1903 Marriage License obtained Willie Habek of Gibson and Dora Horstmann of Two Rivers


HABECK: See GUSE See MARKWARDT See RABENHORST See SCHLEY


HABEK: Carl J.W. m: 26 Feb 1892 (co. mar. index v.6 p.142) to: Wilhelmine J.B. Engelbrecht From Der Nord Westen, 25 Feb. 1892: Marriage tomorrow, 26 Feb., of Carl Habeck with Miss Minna Engelbrecht, daughter of Cooperstown resident William Engelbrecht. Pastor Keibel will officiate.


HABEL: Anton m: 2 Oct. 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.102) to: Rosa Smith


HABEL: See LEAT


HABELWITZ: Richard m: 07 Oct 1902 (co. mar. index v.7 p.242) to: Mary Eisner (They are also listed as Habllwitz) ******* The marriage of Miss Mary Fischer (sic) and Reinhardt Habelwitz (sic), well known young people of Rapids, was celebrated Tuesday at Silver Lake and a reception was held afternoon and evening at the home of the bride's parents in Alverno. A number of city friends were present. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, October 8, 1902 P. 1


HABER: Peter m: 4 Apr. 1869 (co. mar. index v.4 p.56)


HABERLE: Frank b. WI 1888 m. Carrie Kriste Farmer Sect. 21 Cooperstown, PO Maribel Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


HABERLE: Jacob b: Feichingen, Wurtenberg res: Cooperstown, farmer p: Christian and Barbara Haberle m: 20 Apr. 1857 at Cooperstown (co. mar. index v.1 p.207) to: Katharina Kempel p: Kaspar and Friederike Kempel


HABERLIE: William m: 2 Aug. 1880 (co. mar. index v.4 p.165) to: Maria Wellner


HABERLIN: Otto m: 30 Apr. 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.46)


HABERMAN: Gustave m: 28 Jan 1903 (co. mar. index v.7 p.261/she is 20 Jan. on index) to: Johanna Krueger From Der Nord Westen, 22 Jan 1903 Marriage License: Gustav Habermann of Brillion and Johanna Krueger of Reedsville


HABERMAN: Gustav A. (Gust Habeman on index) b: Town of Eaton –carpenter in Brillion, Calumet County p: Wm. F. Habermann and Henriethe m: 02 Sep 1887 M. E. Church, Town of Rockland (co. mar. index v.5 p.364) (his mar. date 7 but v.p. are the same) Witnesses Wm. Isaack and Pauline Haberman to: Ida M.M. Isaack b: Town of Rantoul p: August Isaack and Caroline


HABERMAN: Otto From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and Stock breeder. Born in Germany 1828. Wife born in Germany 1834. Married in 1856. Settled farm in 1862. Seven children. Post Office, Niles; Section 5, Eaton Township


HABERMAN: Otto Albert m: 11 Mar 1896 (co. mar. index v.6 p.344)(no year with his entry but she has year) to: Ida Albertine Schramm From Der Nord Westen, 19 Mar. 1896: (From the correspondent in Brillion, 17 Mar.) Marriage of Otto Habermann, a resident of Town Eaton and youngest brother of our fellow citizen Gustav Habermann, with Miss Ida Schramm of Two Rivers, on the 11th.


HABERMANN: Aug. C. b. WI 1888 m. Anna Kutischka Willow Grove Dairy Farm Sect. 34 Rockland, PO Collins Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


HABERMANN: August b: 19 Jan. 1866 in Preussen res: Town Eaton, farmer p: Wilhelm Habermann and Henriette Schwalbe m: 7 Apr. 1878 from record of First Ger. Evang. Luth. ch., Manitowoc (not on co. mar. index) to: Auguste Kanter b: 23 Nov. 1859 in Westpreussen p: Karl Kanter and Louise Sch_____ children: Bertha Louise (b. 17 Mar. 1879/bapt. 26 Mar. 1879 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville) Wilhelm Carl (b. 14 Feb. 1881 in Eaton/bapt. 8 May 1881 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville) TOWN OF ROCKLAND COUPLE OBSERVE GOLDEN JUBILEE A happy gathering of sixty-five relatives, neighbors and friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Habermann, town of Rockland on Sunday, honored the golden wedding anniversary of the pioneer couple and made the day a memorable one for all who attended. A 6 o’clock dinner was served and the afternoon and evening given over to social pleasure and congratulations to the worthy couple. Among the guests was Mrs. Habermann’s father, aged 94, who participated in the festival with much enjoyment. The Rev. August Schlei, pastor of the church with which Mr. and Mrs. Habermann have been identified and in whose work they have been active for years, gave a brief talk on behalf of the guests tendering congratulations and reviewing the lives of the couple and the example which they pointed to others. Mr. and Mrs. Habermann are both natives of Germany, the former coming here with his parents at the age of two years and having since resided in this county while Mrs. Habermann came to America when 14, her family settling in Rockland. Wedded fifty years ago, the couple made their home in Eaton and later moved to Rockland where they have since resided. Although battling hardships of the pioneer day settlers, Mr. and Mrs. Habermann have enjoyed life and in their declining days enjoy the recompense of well-earned retirement and happiness. Four of five children born to Mr. and Mrs. Habermann are living and were present at the golden jubilee anniversary. They are William, of Eaton, Mrs. Theodore Krueger of Rockland, Mrs. Charles Zutz of Collins and August Habermann on the homestead. Fifteen grandchildren and two great grandchildren were also present for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Habermann are held in universal esteem by all who know them and are among the best known and respected residents of the section which has been their home so many years. Manitowoc Herald News, Wednesday, April 11, 1928 Page 9 ******** (They are on the 1900 Eaton twp. census and they are August and Augusta. It also shows Willie b. 1881)


HABERMANN: Herman J.L. m: 21 Sept. 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.205) to: Minna M.E. Borchhardt


HABERMANN: Also have Habemann See KRUEGER


HABERSETZER: Leonhard m: 7 May 1867 (co. mar. index v.4 p.29) to: Rosa Steuble


HABERSTROH: See KRUEGER


HABLEWITZ: Edward m: 31 Dec 1906 (co. mar. index v.8 p.29) to: Anna Wellner From Der Nord Westen, 03 Jan 1907: Marriage Licenses: Edward Hablewitz and Anna Wellner both of Manitowoc Rapids


HABLEWITZ: Joseph (Hablawitz on ch. record) m: 14 Apr. 1877 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg (co. mar. index v.4 p.116) to: Anna Barbara (nee) Mathiesen


HABLEWITZ: also have Habllwitz


HABLIWITZ: Martin m: 22 Nov 1898 (co. mar. index v.6 p.27) to: Mary Steder


HABLLWITZ: Richard (His name is on microfiche/not co. index) m: 7 Oct. 1902 (co. mar. index v.7 p.242) to: Mary Eisner (Eisner on co. index) (They are also listed as Habelwitz) ******* The marriage of Miss Mary Fischer (sic) and Reinhardt Habelwitz (sic), well known young people of Rapids, was celebrated Tuesday at Silver Lake and a reception was held afternoon and evening at the home of the bride's parents in Alverno. A number of city friends were present. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, October 8, 1902 P. 1


HACHMANN: Christian G.F. m: 15 June 1880 (co. mar. index v.4 p.164) to: Louise W Puls


HACKBARTH: Henry m: 21 May 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.156) to: Emma Kurth From Der Nord Westen, 09 May 1901 Marriage License obtained: Henry Hackbarth of Brillion and Emma Kurth of Maple Grove


HACKE: Thomas m: 16 Jan. 1872 (co. mar. index v.4 p.60) to: Margaretha Reindel


HACKER: Albert b: lives Town of Cato -farmer in Cato p: Henry Hacker and Maria Schubert m: 31 May 1887 Catholic ceremony at Clarks Mills, Town of Cato Witnesses John W. Schnell and Emma Schnell (Snell on record) (co. mar. index v.5 p.369) to: Margareth Link b: Town of Liberty p: Franz Link and Lena Schnell


HACKER: Albert b: Klein Sukow, Mecklenburg, Germany - Farmer in Town of Cato p: Henry Hacker and Maria Schubert m: 9 June 1897 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg Ecclesiastical ceremony, Town of Manitowoc Rapids Witnesses Charles Schroeder and Augusta Haseloff (co. mar. index v.6 p.437/co. has mar. date June 7, 1897) to: Ida (nee) Schroeder b: Town of Newton p: Carl Schroeder and Ricke Kassbaum


HACKER: Carl Gottlieb Ferdinand confirmed: 24 Apr. 1870 (St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HACKER: Charles (the two Silver anniv. apparently are for 2 different Charles Hackers) From Der Nord Westen, 12 Jan. 1899: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hacker in Neshoto celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary on Sat. From Der Nord Westen, 11 Jan. 1906: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hacker celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary here on Thursday last week in the company of family and a gathering of friends and relatives.


HACKER: Charles (Karl) b: 20 Sept. 1856 in Newton, Manitowoc Co. p: John and Fredericka (Berndt/Behrens on ch. record) Hacker, immigrants from Mecklenberg, Germany. m: 7 Jan. 1879 (co. mar. index v.4 p.140)(Karl Hacker on co. mar. index) wit: Heinrich Warnke, Mina Warnke to: Annie Warnke b: Newton p: Henry Warnke and Auguste Heise children: 2 sons, one died in infancy. Wilhelm Karl August (b. 24 Mar 1879/bapt. 2 June 1879/father Karl/sponsors: Mina Warnke, Karl Keune, August Luebke) (from Trinity Lutheran ch. records, Liberty twp.)


HACKER: Charles G. Photos and bio.


HACKER: Christian m: 8 Nov. 1861 (St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)(co. mar. index v.2 p.125) to: Margaretha Baryenbruch children: Anna Louise (b. 6 Sept 1862/bapt. 16 Nov 1862/sponsors: Anna Baryenbruch, Louise Mueck) Anna Louise Hacker, little daughter of Christian Hacker & Margaretha Hacker nee Baryenbruch, born 6 September 1862, died 28 Febr 1863. Sickness: internal cramps. Buried 3 March 1863. With burial rites by Pastor F H Warnke. (From the Trinity Lutheran church records, Liberty twp.)(not in cems.) Theodor Heinrich Ernst (b. 3 Oct 1866/bapt. 25 Nov. 1866/mother BARIENBRUCH/ sponsors: Theodor Schultz, Heinrich Baryenbruch, Ernst Hacker Theodor Heinrich Ernst, young son of Christian Hacker & Margar. nee Baryenbruch, born 3 October 1866, died 11 April 1870 of scarlet fever, buried 13 April 1870 with church rite. (From the Trinity Lutheran church records, Liberty twp.)(not in cems.) Emma Meta Marie (b. Apr 10 1864/bapt. 1 May 1864/ sponsors: Meta Baryenbruch, Marie Zastrow, Anna Wehausen Ida Kathar. Friederike Henriette (born 18 Sept 1868, baptized 22 Nov. 1868/ sponsors: Kathar. Baryenbruch, Friederike Wedenkamp, Henriette Stollau, Ottilie Fredrich Maria Magdalena Franziska Henriette (b. 6 Oct 1872/bapt. 24 Nov 1872/ sponsors: Mrs. Marie Baryenbruch, Miss Marie Baryenbruch, Franziska Thalhammer, Henriette Hacker Adele Pauline Auguste Wilhelmine (b. 18 Oct 1878/bapt. 15 Dec 1878/ sponsors: Wilhelm Selle, Wilhelmine Schmidt, Anna Wehausen, Pauline Moldenhauer (Info. from Trinity Luth. ch., Liberty) REUNION OF FAMILY FOR CELEBRATION Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hacker Observe Golden Wedding Date Today LIBERTY PIONEERS NOW RESIDE HERE With the bride and groom of half a century ago as hosts, a big reception and reunion of relatives and friends was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hacker, Twenty-Fourth street and Western Ave., today in celebration of the golden wedding anniversary of the pioneer couple who have resided in Manitowoc county since the day they were joined as man and wife. Though both Mr. Hacker and his wife have passed the three score and ten years allotted by the Bible to the life of man both are active and they welcomed their children, grandchildren and the host of friends who attended the reunion with a cordiality that bespoke youthful spirits and joined in the enjoyment of the occasion with zest. Wedded here November 8, 1861, Mr. and Mrs. Hacker took up their home on a farm in the town of Liberty where they continued to reside for many years, later removing to this city where they enjoy the love and respect of a large circle of friends. Mr. Hacker is 72 years of age and his wife 70 but both have been blessed with good health and personally planned the celebration that is being held in honor of their wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Hacker are parents of four children, one son and three daughters all of whom were present at the family reunion, together with eleven grandchildren of the couple. The children are with one exception residents of this city, Mrs. K. Rudie?, one daughter residing at Milwaukee. Other children are Mrs. A. Welk, Western Avenue and Emil Hacker who is an employee of the Schuette Bros. Co. The celebration at the Hacker home will continue this evening with family dinner at 6 and an evening party at which many friends and neighbors will join with the family in honoring the bride and groom of fifty years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Hacker will have the congratulations and well wishes of a wide circle of friends throughout the city and county. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, November 08, 1911 Page 1


HACKER: Emil confirmed: 30 Mar. 1890 (St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HACKER: Emil H. b: 15 April 1855, Manitowoc/d. 30 Aug. 1941, Wauwautosa, Milwaukee co., Wisconsin m: Lilly Meta Katarina Strodthoff b: 21 April 1885, Manitowoc/d. 20 Feb. 1978, Phoenix, Maricopa co., Arizona) p: Johann Strodthoff and Louise Kruger


HACKER: Emil J. m: 8 July 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.57) to: Ida W. Franke From Der Nord Westen, 13 July 1899: Marriage Sun. of Emil Hacker with Miss Ida Franke in the residence of the bride's parents.


HACKER: Emma confirmed: 11 Apr. 1878 (St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HACKER: Ernst Johann m: 17 Oct 1896 (co. mar. index v.6 p.376) to: Ida Johanne Kasten From Der Nord Westen, 22 Oct. 1896: Marriage Sat. of Ernst Johann Hacker of Cato, with Miss Ida Johanne Kasten of Newton, by Pastor Machmueller.


HACKER: Friedrich b: Mecklenburg-Schwerin/now farmer in Liberty p: Friedrich and Maria Hacker m: 19 Sept. 1873 in parsonage, wit: Marie Moritz and parents of the groom to: Wilhelmine Moritz p: Friedrich and Henriette Moritz


HACKER: Friedrich (also Fritz) m: 19 Sept. 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.74) to: Wilhelmine Maas children: Ernst Friedrich Johann (b. 1 Jan 1877/bapt. 4 Mar 1877/father Fritz/ sponsors: Friedrich Hacker, Johann Ehlert, Maria Maass) Martin Friedrich Wilhelm (b. 12 May 1887/bapt. 17 July 1887/father Fritz/ mother Mass/sponsors: Friedrich Maass, Wilhelm Fischer, Wilhelmine Maass) (children from Trinity Lutheran ch. records, Liberty twp.)


HACKER: Friedrich m: Marie (nee) Schnell children: Henriette Wilhelmine HAAKER (b. 8 Feb 1855/bapt. 11 Mar 1855/father Friedrich Haaker on record/Trinity Luth. ch./Liberty) sponsors: E. Maria Schnell, Maria Ch. Haaker Carl Wilhelm (b. 26 Aug 1857/bapt. 5 Sept 1857/father HAAKER/Trinity Luth. ch., Liberty) sponsors: Joachim Heinr. Wilh. Schnell, Maria El. Schnell, Maria Haaker Bertha Maria Christina (b. 23 Oct 1860/bapt. 9 Dec 1860/father HAAKER/Trinity Luth. ch., Liberty/sponsors: Maria Schnell, Maria Roehl, Christian Haaker Ida Friederike Henriette Louise (b. 19 Dec 1862/bapt. 24 May 1863/Trinity Luth. ch., Liberty/sponsors: Friederike Weitenkamp ?, Henriette Schnell, Adam Friedr. Ludwig Schnell Wilhelmine Marie Jacline (b. 5/29/1865/bapt. 11/26/1865/St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg) Marie Pauline/b. 29 May 1865/bap. 26 Nov. 1865/Trinity Luth. ch., Liberty/ sponsors: Christoph Schnell, Marie Schulze (same dates, 2 diff. churches/father Hacker) Ernst Johann Friedrich (b. 11/2/1867/bapt. 3/1/1868/St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg) Ernst Johann Friedrich (b. 2 Nov 1867/bapt. 1 Mar 1868/Trinity Luth. ch., Liberty/ sponsors: Joachim Schnell, Ernestine Schnell, Ernst Schulz (same dates, 2 diff. churches/ father Hacker) Maria Johanna Karoline (b. 1 Jan 1871/bapt. 7 Apr 1871/Trinity Luth. ch., Liberty/ sponsors: Marie Baryenbruch, Johann Roehr, Karoline Puls


HACKER: Heinrich m: 3 Sept. 1857 (co. mar. index v.4 p.26) to: Maria Schubert


HACKER: Henriette confirmed: 5 Apr. 1868 (St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HACKER: Henry m: 21 Aug. 1896 to: Mrs. Guetschow From Der Nord Westen, 27 Aug. 1896: Marriage Fri. last week of Henry Hacker, 78, of Newton, with the widow Guetschow, 67, of Newton.


HACKER: Ida confirmed: 11 Apr. 1877 (St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HACKER: Ida confirmed: 2 Apr. 1882 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HACKER: Johann m: (nee) children: Carl Gottlieb Ferdinand (b. 9/20/1856/bapt. 8/30/1857/St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HACKER: Johanne Christaine Wilhelmine Fr confirmed: 10 Apr. 1864 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HACKER: John b: 1811, (d: 26 Oct.1899) m: Fredericka Berndt (Germany) Children: John, Minnie, Lena, Mrs. Luebke, and Charles.


HACKER: Louis From Der Nord Westen, 23 Nov 1905: Marriage in Chicago of Louis Hacker, son of our eminent fellow citizen Wilhelm Hacker, with Miss Frances Knight. Mr. Hacker is the manager at Briggs House in Chicago, a hotel in which many of our residents stay when visiting there.


HACKER: Maria confirmed: 29 Mar. 1885 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HACKER: Marie confirmed: 18 Apr. 1886 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HACKER: Wilh. Chr. Fried. res: at mar. Tn. Newton m: 27 Apr. 1854, Vill. Manitowoc by Chas. A. Reuter, J.P. (co. mar. index v.1) wit: Chas. Menge, William Boch to: Maria Sophia Johanna Schnell res: at mar. Tn. Newton


HACKER: Wilhelmine confirmed: 1 Apr. 1880 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HACKER: William From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library, the Calumet county section: Hickory Grove Farm. Born Germany 1857. Wife born Manitowoc County 1864. Married 1884. Have three children. Post Office, Forest Junction; Section 20, Brillion township, Calumet county.


HACKER: William m: 04 Jun 1892 (co. mar. index v.6 p.153) to: Mary Wil. Handl Marriage of Wilhelm Hacker with the widow Handl on Sat., 04 June. Der Nord Westen, 09 June 1892 ******* In the suit of Mrs. Mary Hacker vs William Hacker for absolute divorce the decree of divorce and judgment was ordered entered in favor of the plaintiff and according to the stipulations of the attorneys on both sides the plaintiff receives $600 permanent alimony and pays the costs of the action. In the complaint filed it is stated that the couple were married in this city in June, 1892 and that three years later their troubles began. They have not lived together very happily since that time and in the complaint the husband is charged with using abusive language and cruelty toward the wife and her children by a former marriage. No children were born to the union. The wife owns a homestead as does also the husband and the judgment sets forth that neither shall have any further claim to the others property, absolute divorce was granted and the judgment of $600 alimony ordered paid within five days after notice had been served. Mr. Hacker, the defendant in the action, has been employed by F. Voelchert, as harness maker for forty years past. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, June 20, 1903 P. 1


HACKER: Wm. m: Louise children: Wm. August (b. 28 Dec. 1874/d. 17 Sept. 1877)


HACKER: (there is also Haacker) See BELOW See CHRISTIANSON See Henry Groth bio. See JACOB See KARSTEN See KASTEN See KOEBEL See KOELBEL See KOLBEL See KUNTZE See KUNZE See LUEBKE See NOLLAU See REIMERS See ROHL See RUDOLPH See SCHNELL See VOGT See WELK See WETENKAMP


HACKERT: Cyrat m: 04 Jul 1891 (v.6 p.101) to: Josephine Meyer


HACKMAN: Fred W. m: 5 June 1881 (co. mar. index v.5 p.21) to: Pauline Muller


HACKMAN: Johana confirmed 1865/First German Ev. Luth. ch.


HACKMANN: Ferdinand J. m: 09 Jul 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.253) to: Mary Lorfeld


HACKMANN: Georg m: Sophie born Sieker children: Johanne Alwine Christine (b. 4 Jan. 1852/bapt. 11 Apr. 1852) Christian Gerhard Friedrich (b. 20 Apr. 1854/bapt. 3 Sept. 1854) (whole entry from records of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)


HACKMANN: Sophie Conradine b. 4 Sept. 1846/confirmed 15 April 1860/First German Ev. Luth. ch.


HACKMANN: Also have Hachmann See EWALD See GAUGER


HACKMEN: Frederick (Convert) m: ? Kroeger children: Emma (b. about 1880/bapt. 4 June 1899/from record of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.79)


HADAC: See TLACHAC


HADACEK: John m: 5 Feb. 1866 (co. mar. index v.3 p.32) to: Elisabeth Czenny


HADIN: John (could be Haden) m: 28 Sept. 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.345) to: Ellen Fenlon


HADLEY: Charles W. m: 05 May 1881 (co. mar. index v.5 p.18) to: Sarah Jane Sherman


HADRATH: See WOLFERT


HAEFFKE: HEINRICH From Der Nord Westen, 09 Dec. 1875: Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Heinrich Haeffke of Rubkes Mill in Newton last Sunday.


HAEFKE: Carl m. Augusta Eteif Farmer Sect. 3 Liberty, PO Valders Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


HAEFKE: Fred b. WI 1894 m. Emma Walter Farmer Sect. 3 Liberty, PO Valders, Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


HAEFKE: Friedrich m: Maria nee Schmill children: Friedrich Heinrich Carl (b. 27 Jan 1894 in Tn. Liberty/bapt. 11 Feb 1894/ sponsors: Carl Lindemann, Emma Haefke, Heinrich Haefke) (from Trinity Lutheran ch. records, Liberty twp.)


HAEFKE: Heinrich m: Sophia (nee) Cords children: Anna Wilhelmine Dorothea (b. 6/13/1883/bapt. 7/22/1883 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HAEFKE: Henry Jr. (H.J.C.A. Haefke on co. mar. index) (Heinrich Johann Haefke on ch. mar. record) b: 10 Aug. 1876, in Newton twp., Manitowoc, Co. p: Henry and Sophia Haefke, both formerly from Germany. m: 1904 (21 Oct. 1903 co. mar. index v.7 p. 303) (21 Oct. 1903 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg) to: Anna Meta (nee) Bleichwehl p: Henry Bleichwehl of Newton twp., Manitowoc Co.


HAEFKE: See KIESELHORST


HAEFNER: See SCHARENBRUCH


HAEGER: also have Hoeger See KUKARS


HAEGERLE: Albert m: 01 Jun 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.195) to: Lina Brakmann


HAELFRISCH: See SCHULZ


HAELLFRICH: See MULLER


HAELLFRISCH: Fr. m: Ottil. children: Henry Adolf (b. 4 Jan. 1870 in Clarks Mills/bapt. 24 Apr. 1870 Methodist Episc. ch.)


HAELLFRISCH: See MILLER


HAELLIG: John m: 16 Jan 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.154) to: Paulina Haeger


HAEN: Lars Simonson b: Norway res: Manitowoc, sailor p: Simon Hanson and Maren Christine Larson m: 16 Dec. 1855 at Manitowoc (co. mar. index v.1 p.165) to: Gunild Marie Torstenson p: Isac Torstenson and Ingeborg Sonneson


HAERTEL: Joseph m: Magdalena Lucas children: Adam (b. 14 May 1872/bapt. 26 May 1872 St. Joseph Cath. ch.)


HAERTEL: (also have Hertel/Hertle) See HERR


HAERTL: Philipp m: 8 Apr. 1902 (co. mar. index v.7 p.208) to: Rosa Harlfinger


HAES: See IHMIG


HAESE: Adolph m: 25 Sept. 1902 (co. mar. index v.7 p.235) to: Laura Reinemann


HAESE: Albert confirmed: 3 Apr. 1887 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HAESE: Albert H. b: Morristown, Brown Co., Wisc. res: Grimms Station, Wisc., laborer p: Albert Haese and Katharine nee Baryenbruch m: 09 Mar 1895 Evangelical Lutheran ch, Tn Liberty (co. mar. index v.6 p.293) wit: Christian Borgwardt, Carl Haupt/from records of Trinity Luth. Ch., Liberty Twp. to: Wilhelmina Borgwardt (her picture is in the glass negative photos) b: Tn. Liberty p: Johannes Borgwardt and his wife Lizzette


HAESE: Albert m: Katharine Barenbruch (also Barchenbruch, Beryenbruch) children: Albert Heinrich (b. 7 Oct. 1871/bapt. 11 Oct. 1871) Emma Emilie Henr. (b. 30 Apr. 1877/d. 29 Nov. 1880) Wilhelmine Johanne (b. 1 May 188? listed with 1881, in Maple Grove/bapt. 31 May 1881) (whole entry from records of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


HAESE: Albert m: 8 Dec. 1903 (co. mar. index v.7 p.307) to: Amanda Ebert


HAESE: Alfred m: Jan. 1916 to: Mabel Klinder Mr. and Mrs. Herman Haese of Reedsville returned from Two Rivers Saturday evening where they had been to attend the wedding of their son, Alfred, to Miss Mabel Klinder, daughter of a prosperous farmer residing near Two Rivers. The happy union took place at her home Saturday. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Saturday, January 29, 1916 P.3


HAESE: Aug. b. WI 1894 m. Nora Holtz Farmer Sect. 13 Rockland, PO Reedsville, Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


HAESE: Carl (see Hase, Carl August) m: Albertine Blank children: Wilhelmine Caroline Auguste (b. 20 Dec. 1862/bapt. 20 Dec. 1862 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


HAESE: Carl (also spelled Karl) m: Friedrike Krueger children: Ferd. Aug. Friedrich (b. 26 Apr. 1864/bapt. 5 June 1864) Gottlieb (b. 1 Apr. 1867/confirmed 12 June 1881) Johane Elisabeth (b. 31 Jan. 1869/bapt. 13 Feb. 1869) Pauline Ernstine (b. 4 Feb. 1870/bapt. 13 Mar. 1870) Auguste Friederike Elisabethe (b. 15 Oct. 1871/bapt. 26 Nov. 1871) Albert Gottfried (b. 3 Nov. 1877/bapt. 27 Nov. 1877) Johann Heinrich (b. 26 Sept. 1879/bapt. 27 Sept. 1879) (whole entry from records of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


HAESE: Carl Ferdinand Edward m: 8 Sept. 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.48) to: Bertha M M Kniezer


HAESE: Karl Wilhelm Daniel m: 09 Apr 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.150) to: Ida Henriette Oestreich From Der Nord Westen, 04 Apr. 1901 Marriage License obtained: Carl Haese of Rockland and Ida Oestreich of Manitowoc


HAESE: Eda


HAESE: Ferdinand m: Catherine nee Grimm children: Carl Jacob Ferdinand (b. 27 May 1867) Louis August (b. 23 Aug. 1868) Wilhelm Christoph (b. 11 Apr. 1870) Adolph Hermann (b. 22 Mar. 1872) Heinrich Albert (b. 23 Oct. 1874) Emma Charlotte Louise (b. 16 Nov. 1875) Johannes Philipp August (b. 19 Feb. 1880) Katharine Anna Kemmer (b. May 1868 also lived with them) (whole entry from records of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


HAESE: Fredrick m: 3 Dec. 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.194) to: Emma Zahn From Der Nord Westen, 21 Nov. 1901 Marriage License obtained: Fred Haese and Emma Zahn both of Rockland


HAESE: Gottlieb m: 28 Nov 1893 (co. mar. index v.6 p.223) to: Otilia Krueger


HAESE: Herman m: 18 Feb 1892 (co. mar. index v.6 p.138) to: Henrietta Schmidt children: Alfred H. Haese/b: 12 Nov 1894/d. 1974/from obit cem. #89A


HAESE: Herman August m: 15 Jan. 1869 (co. mar. index v.4 p.21) to: M.S.A Olps


HAESE: Loui C. m: 06 Dec 1898 (co. mar. index v.7 p.31/her mar. date is Dec. 15 on index) to: Alvine Breckart


HAESE: Louis A. m: 10 Apr. 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.149) to: Ella Sophia Puls From Der Nord Westen, 04 Apr. 1901 Marriage License obtained: Louis A. Haese of Rockland and Ella S. Tuls of Kossuth


HAESE: Marie b: 24 Aug. 1865/conf. 6 Apr. 1879 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


HAESE: Otto From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer. Born in Germany 1852. Wife born in Beaver Dam 1858. Married in 1877. Four children. Settled farm in 1877. Post Office, Brillion; Section 18, Maple Grove Township.


HAESE: William b: Prussia res: Rockland, farmer p: Christoph Haese and Caroline Backhaus m: 12 June 1857 at tn. Reedsville (co. mar. index v.1 p.193) to: Henriette Pautz p: Charles and Caroline Pautz


HAESE: See BAHOLZ See BRATZ See BUBOLZ See HASE See JOCHEN See MOEDE See OTTO See RABENHORST See RUSCH See Henry A. Schulz bio.


HAESSLY: Andrea m: Gertrude Thomas children: Lilia Lydia (b. 20 Jan. 1900/bapt. 2 Feb. 1900 St. Wendel Cath. ch.)


HAETTICH: Joseph b: Schonwalde, Germany res: Two Rivers, watchmaker p: Jacob and Anna Haettich m: 31 May 1856 at Two Rivers (co. mar. index v.1 p.117) to: Anna Harry p: Johan and Margaretha Harry


HAFEMANN: Carl m: Rosine Bornemann children: Augusta Wilhelmine Rosalina (b. 13 Feb. 1868 in Morrison, Brown co., Wis./in baptism record for St. John-St. James Evang. Luth., Reedsville, but baptism line is illegible) Carl August Friedrich (b. 11 Mar. 1870 in Morrison, Brown co., Wis./bapt. 20 Mar. 1870 in St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Morrison)


HAFEMANN: Joseph A. m: 08 Apr 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.154) to: Emilie T. Wilhelmine Uttech From Der Nord Westen, 04 Apr. 1901 Marriage License obtained: Joseph Havemann of Brussels and Amelie Utteck of Cooperstown


HAFEMANN: See KRUGER See NATZKE See THIESFELD See TIESFELD


HAFFEMEFFER: Theodore Carl (age 35 at marr.) res: Boston, Mass. p: Rudolph F. Haffemeffer of Boston, Mass. m: 25 Nov. 1916 at Manitowoc St. James Episc. ch. wit: Augusta R. Hamilton, Frederick W. Rahr to: Marie Rahr of Manitowoc (age 28 at marr.) p: Maximilian Rahr of Manitowoc


HAFSHE: See LINDEMANN


HAG: Wilhelm b. Oberdonn in Luxemburg res. Mishicott p: Wilhelm and Mary Hag m: 9 Apr. 1855 in Mishicott (co. mar. index v.1 p.70) to: Mrs. Anna Mary Adams p: Johannes and Angela Eneh


HAGAMAN: Christian m: 27 June 1870 (co. mar. index v.4 p.38) to: Lothe Steibe


HAGAN: See Henry Carter Hamilton bio.


HAGE: See ERNST See GERBERDING


HAGEDORN: See BREMER


HAGEDOWER: See LIERMANN


HAGEL: See RIGLING


HAGELE: Henry res: Manitowoc m: 12 Sept. 1856 at Manitowoc (co. mar. index v.1 p.146) to: Mary Sitlow


HAGEMAN: Bernhard L. m: 25 Dec 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.196) to: Delia Ione Niles Marriage License obtained: Bernard Hagemann of Mauston and Jane Niles of Eaton Der Nord Westen, 19 Dec. 1901 ******** Rev. A. Pederus, of Cato, officiated at the marriage of Miss Iona Niles and Bernard Hagemann, which took place at Niles Xmas day. The celebration was a most happy one, and was attended by a large party of friends of the popular young people, both of whom are known in this city. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, January 7, 1902 P. 2


HAGEN: George m: 21 Jan. 1862 (co. mar. index v.2 p.139) to: Augusta Klimmer


HAGEN: Otto m: 14 Aug. 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.175) to: Rose Staehle From Der Nord Westen, 15 Aug. 1901 Marriage License obtained: Otto J. Hagen and Rose Staehle both of Manitowoc


HAGEN: W. F. Dodge Bros. Motor Cars 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


HAGEN: See ERNST See JONAS See KRACHT See LUEPS See LUPS See Joseph Staehle bio.


HAGENOW: Christian From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Francis Creek Stock and Dairy Farm. Born in Germany 1834. Wife born in Germany in 1836. Married in 1870. Settled farm in 1869. Five children. Enlisted as a Soldier in 1861, Company E, 14th Wisconsin. Served during the war. Post Office, King's Bridge; Section 2, Kossuth Township.


HAGENOW: Fred b: Reedsville, WI res: Whitelaw, bookkeeper (at time of marriage) p: Christ Hagenow and Louise Boettcher m: 12 Sept. 1907 at Reedsville by Rev. Henry M. Kock, Lutheran (co. mar. index v.8 p.55) wit: Emil Wenzlaff, Flora C. Stelling to: Lydia Stelling b: Reedsville p: Fritz Frederich Stelling and Phoebe E. Gussenden


HAGENOW: Friedrich res: Mishicott (at time of marriage) m: 30 May 1858 at Mishicott by Charles Kind, Justice of the Peace (co. mar. index v.2 p.272) (no parents listed) to: Carolina Rhode


HAGENOW: Jacob m: 11 Feb 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.68) to: Mary Hagenow


HAGENOW: Wm. Goodall b: Muskegon, Michigan res: Rockland, Manitowoc co., Hotel keeper (at time of marriage) p: C.F. and Elizabeth Hagenow m: 18 Jan. 1878, at Manitowoc by Adolph Wallich, Justice of the Peace wit: V.W. Schutz, Chas. R. Bartlett (co. mar. index v.4 p.126) to: Emilia Mason p: Mabel(sic) and Elizabeth Mason


HAGENOW: also have Hangenow See STEPHANI


HAGENSTEIN: See KRAUSE See SNYDER


HAGER: John b: Neuenburg, Prussia res: Cooperstown, farmer p: Daniel and Louise Hager m: 4 Oct. 1857 at Cooperstown (co. mar. index v.1 p.205) to: Helen Nowak p: John and Helena Nowak


HAGER: (also have Heger) See SCHROEDER


HAGERTHY: Dan b: Ireland res: Maple Grove, farmer p: Thomas and Mary Hagerthy m: 1 July 1855 at Rapids (co. mar. index v.1 p.78) to: Catharine Morisse p: Thomas and Margaretha Morisse


HAGERTY: Cornelius m: 08 Feb 1890 (co. mar. index v.6 p.27) to: Anna Lantry


HAGERTY: Daniel m: 7 July 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.124) to: Magdalena Schenahan


HAGERTY: Desnysuis (sic) m: 2 Jan. 1866 (co. mar. index v.4 p.7) to: Mary Gleason


HAGERTY: See HANSON See MOLLENS


HAGERY: Gustav m: 04 Jun 1893 (co. mar. index v.6 p.199) to: Mary Drumm



HAGGERTY: Dennis Assault Charges From the Manitowoc Pilot August 7, 1879


HAGGERTY: (Divorce - 1879) Haggerty, Dennis G., vs. Haggerty, Mary Married 2 January 1865 in the City of Manitowoc. Plaintiff currently 42, defendant 32. Children: Theresa, Mary, Ellen, Maggie, Elizabeth, Thomas. The oldest child is 12 and the youngest 1 1/2. Thomas is the oldest and is deaf and dumb. He is at Delavan, Wisconsin. The third child is also deaf and dumb.


HAGGERTY: See TICKNOR


HAGGETTY: See HOY


HAHGNOW: Carl m: Dorothea born Stube children: Heinrich Friedrich (b. 25 Dec. 1853/bapt. 12 Feb. 1854 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)


HAHN: Peter m: Wilhelmine Kaltwasser children: Carl Joseph (b. 23 Dec. 1861/bapt. 2 Mar. 1861) Anna Friedrike (b. 7 Nov. 1863/bapt. 29 Feb. 1864) (from records of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


HAHN: W. Peter m: 21 July 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.254) to: Birtha Birkholtz


HAHN: Wilhelm m: Susanne (nee) Nohl (also Susanna) children: Arvin Christ (b. 1/13/1875/bapt. 6/6/1875) Emma Ernstine (b. 11/23/1876/bapt. 3/20/1877) (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HAHN: Wilhelm m: 7 Nov. 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.318) to: Wilhelmine Papendick


HAHN: Wm., Jr. From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and Stock breeder. Born in Meeme 1858. Wife born in Germany 1858. Post Office, Meeme; Section 29, Meeme Township.


HAHN: See FUNKE See HELM See KAMS See SCHMIDT


HAHNEMANN: See Richard Kendall Paine, M.D. bio.


HAHOKE: See WEDENKAMP


HAILE: See SMITH


HAIMBECKER: Friedrich Wilh. m: Wilhelmine born Lubke children: August Friedrich Wilhelm (b. 5 Dec. 1856/bapt. 1 Jan. 1857 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)


HAIMBECKER: See HEIMBECKER


HAINS: See RANK


HAISE: Frederick Christov m: 30 Aug 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.274) to: Maria Wilhelmina Mittelstuedt


HAISE: See FREITAG See ZUMACKER


HAJEK: John m: 20 Jan. 1880 (co. mar. index v.4 p.157) to: Caroline Slatek


HAJEK: See KUBALE See TYKALSKY


HAJENGA: George b: Town of New Holstein –farmer p: Peter Hajenga and Franke Terbek m: 14 Dec 1893 religious ceremony Town of Schleswig (co. mar. index v.6 p.224) Witnesses Ferdinand Kreimann and Helen Greve to: Berth Hel. Kreimann (Her picture is in the glass negative photos) b: Town of Schleswig p: Heinrich Kreimann and Wilhelmine Kruse


HAKE: G. From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and Stock breeder. Town Assessor. Born in Sheboygan County 1863. Post Office, Meeme; Section 16, Meeme Township.


HAKE: Theodore m: 20 Oct 1891 (co. mar. index v.6 p.115) to: Anna Fischer


HAKER: Albert b. WI 1860 m. Rosa Link Farmer Sect. 33 Cato, PO Valders, Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


HAKER: Friedrich m: 25 Jan. 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.178) to: Marie Wilhel. Puls


HAKER: Heinrich From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and Stock Breeder. Born in Germany 1830. Wife born in Germany 1832. Came to America 1854. Married in 1857. Settled farm in 1882. Two children. Post Office, Clark's Mills; Section 33, Cato Township.


HAKER: See KNUUN


HAKKER: See KARSTEN


HALADA: Julia From the Manitowoc County Chronicle December 1, 1906, Mishicot Column Miss Julia Halada who has been staying with her aunt returned to her home at Saxonburg last Sunday.


HALADA: Vincenc m: 17 Nov. 1903 (co. mar. index v.7 p.302) to: Ema Sladky


HALADA: (also have Hallada) See LEVANETZ See SINKULA


HALAMA: See BENISEK See MARTINEK See PATRZICYNY


HALBERG: Frank m: 23 Mar 1889 (co. mar. index v.5 p.443) to: Lisetta Kannawurf


HALBERG: Fritz m: 10 July 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.95) to: Louise Horemeyer


HALBERG: James m: 12 June 1880 (co. mar. index v.4 p.164) to: Augusta Schmidt From Der Nord Westen, 15 June 1905: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 13 June) Mr. and Mrs. J. Halberg celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary on 12 June in company of friends and relatives.


HALBERG: See LANGENKAMP


HALBERT: Anna See Ella WEINFUTHER Bio


HALBERSAN: Ole (Bergom) m: 30 Dec. 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.79) to: Ingborg Johann Hansdather


HALBERSAN: See HALVERSON


HALDA: Jacob m: 7 Nov. 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.54)


HALDA: John m: 31 Jan. 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.393) to: Aloysia Livar


HALDA: (Divorce - 1900) Halda, Mary, vs. Halda, John Married 31 January 1888 at Reedsville, Wisconsin. Plaintiff had a son, John Livar, now deceased. Plaintiff is 62.


HALDERSEN: Knud m: 25 Oct 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.210) to: Mariet Iversen


HALDERSON: Alfred b. WI 1885 m. Matilda Helgrson Valders Ice Cream and Confectionery General Merchandise served as Village Councilman Valders, Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


HALDERSON: Howard b: Nov. 18, 1921/d. Dec. 14, 2007 m: August 12, 1943 to: Shirley Espen b: Sept. 20, 1924/d. Mar. 18, 2008 Wedding Photo Photo of Howard Photo of Shirley


HALDERSON: Ole m: 17 July 1876 (co. mar. index v.4 p.146)


HALDORF: Carl m: 12 Apr 1889 (co. mar. index v.5 p.445) to: Ida Lemke


HALDORF: Carl Friedr. Wilh. m: Johanne Friederike Wilhelmine (nee) Kutzmann children: Carl Friedrich Wilhelm (b. 10 Jan. 1854/bapt. 26 Feb. 1854 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)


HALDORSEN: Ole m: Ingeborg children: Pauline/b. 9 Oct. 1880/bp. 4 Nov. 1880 Ida/b. 14 Nov. 1882/bp. 31 Dec. 1882 Olluf Ingvald/b. 14 Apr. 1885/bp. 14 May 1885 Sophie/b. 2 Mar. 1887/bp. 27 Mar. 1887 Hanna Mathilde/b. 6 Dec. 1888/bp. 6 Jan. 1889 (From record of Gibson Evang. Luth. ch./see Ole Halderson)


HALDORSON: Albert M. m: 20 July 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.171) to: Alvina A.D. Hanson


HALDORSON: Harold H. m: 30 Nov 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.82) to: Nellie T. Nelson


HALDORSON: Johannes m: 20 Dec. 1858 (co. mar. index v.2 p.45) to: Guri Knudson


HALDERSON: Ole (see Ole Haldorsen) m: 17 Jul 1876 (co. mar. index v.4 p.146) to: Ingeborg Bo


HALECK: Joseph m: 08 Jul 1862 (co. mar. index v.2 p.244) to: Rosania Kamen


HALFART: See HOLSCHBACH


HALFINGER: See KLEIN


HALL: Anton b. WI 1877 m. Tilie Rila Farmer Sect. 25 Two Creeks, PO Two Rivers Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


HALL: Berlin (This mar. is also listed as John Hall) m: 27 Apr 1893 (co. mar. index v.6 p.195) to: K. Anna Scove Marriage of John Hall of Manitowoc, with Miss Annie Scove of Antigo, on Thurs. (27 April). The couple will make their home here in Manitowoc. Der Nord Westen, 04 May 1893 ********* SERVE TEA TO FRIENDS. Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Hall Observe Tenth Wedding Anniversary. A six o'clock tea served to friends who were their guests was the form of entertainment that was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Hall Monday evening to observe the tenth anniversary of their marriage. Later in the evening card playing was the favorate (sic) pastime and at cinch Mrs. C.C. Smalley captured the honors of the evening, being awarded a handsome cut glass dish as a memento of the occasion. The guests numbered twenty and the party was a most enjoyable affair. Mr. and Mrs. Hall were recipients of many well wishes for their future happiness. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, April 28, 1903 P. 1


HALL: Charles From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and Breeder, Graded Durnham Post Office, Manitowoc; Section 18, Manitowoc Township.


HALL: Charles m: 9 Nov. 1861 (co. mar. index v.2 p.239) to: Mary Radigan


HALL: Charles From the Manitowoc Pilot, Thursday, August 21, 1884: Charles Hall of the town of Manitowoc has a colt which holds its own with the best of them on the race course. Tom Windiate raised the colt but didn't sell him for "fast stock."


HALL: Charles C. m: 30 Oct 1895 (co. mar. index v.6 p.322) to: Mary Jane Weilep


HALL: Edgar Albert p: Zebulon and Kassie (Trost) Hall m: 22 Sep. 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.309) to: Alice P. Canright (Allice on co. mar. index) p: Charles S. and Grace S. Canright


HALL: Edward m: 02 Jan 1895 (co. mar. index v.6 p.284) to: Theresia Fraenzl


HALL: Edward m: 18 Jun 1890 (co. mar. index v.6 p.46) to: Mary E Doolen


HALL: Edwin Charles m: 03 Jun 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.165) to: A. Pearl Hendrickson


HALL: Elizabeth (widow) emigrated May, 1845 to New York from Parish of Achnamullin, Town of Clare, co. of Mona_han, Ireland. Lived in Blackstone, Rhode Island. Moved to Manitowoc Sept. of 1851. children: Elizabeth Hall) Charles (b. 1828) John (b. 5 Jan. 1831) Samuel (b. 19 May 1833) Sarah (b. 25 Dec. 1836) (info from records of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc)


HALL: Francis m: 30 Jan. 1906 (co. mar. index v.7 p.433) to: Elizabeth Bleser From Der Nord Westen, 1906: 01 Feb. Marriage License obtained Frank Hall of Manitowoc and Lizzie Bleser of Manitowoc Rapids


HALL: Frank b. WI 1876 m. Elizabeth Blaser Farmer and Breeder of Pure Bred Holstein Cattle Lone Pine Stock Farm Sect. 18 Manitowoc, PO 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


HALL: Gordon b: WI 1873 m: Nov. 24, 1898 to: Minnie Zidies Farmer Sect. 7 Manitowoc, PO 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 From Der Nord Westen, 24 Nov. 1898: Gordon Hall, from here, and Miss Minnie Zeddies, daughter of Fritz Zeddies in Cooperstown, will be married this morning. ******** HALL-ZEDDIES. Mr. Gordon Hall, of Manitowoc township, and Miss Minnie Zeddies, of Cooperstown, were married at the home of the bride yesterday morning. Miss Louise Hall was maid of honor and Mr. Louis Schuette was best man. The young couple started yesterday noon for a wedding tour which will include visits at Milwauke (sic), Chicago and other points. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zeddies. She has been prominent in the social circles of her home village and has many friends in this city. The groom is widely known thougout (sic) the county. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hall and a brother to the well known elevator men of this city. Both bride and groom are among the county's best young people and the Herald in company with a large circle of friends, extends best wishes for a happy, prosperous future. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, November 25, 1898 P. 4 ******* See Wardon Hall/same person


HALL: Jay m: 10 Jul 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.256) to: May Rosa Burtt


HALL: Jay Hall Bros, Automobiles and Trucks 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


HALL: John b: 2 Feb. 1831, in Ireland p: James and Elizabeth Hall m: 12 Oct. 1867 (co. mar. index v.4 p.21) to: Jane E. Sniffen p: Ruben and Mary A. Sniffen children: Berlin, Jay, Gordon and Louisa


HALL: John From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and Breeder Post Office, Manitowoc; Section 7, Manitowoc Township.


HALL: John m: 28 Apr. 1893 to: Annie Scove From Der Nord Westen, 04 May 1893: Marriage of John Hall of Manitowoc, with Miss Annie Scove of Antigo, on Thurs. The couple will make their home here in Manitowoc.


HALL: John Edward m: 03 Jun 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.165) to: Anna Kellner


HALL: M.E. see Presbyterian churches


HALL: Mae Rose (Mrs.) b: 4 Mar. 1874 at Manitowoc/bapt. 11 Apr. 1909 at Manitowoc/conf. 16 May 1909 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc


HALL: Raymond Burt b: 29 May 1896 at Manitowoc/bapt. Easter 1909/conf. 31 Mar. 1910 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc


HALL: Samuel m: 29 Sept. 1860 (co. mar. index v.2 p.92) to: Sarah E. Brown children: James (b. 1 Jan. 1862/bapt. 12 Mar. 1876) Annie (b. 12 Feb. 1864/bapt. 12 Mar. 1876) John (b. 20 Mar. 1866/bapt. 12 Mar. 1876) Charles (b. 29 June 1868/bapt. 12 Mar. 1876) Rose (b. 2 May 1873/bapt. 3 Dec. 1875) Samuel (b. 7 June 1875/bapt. 3 Dec. 1875) William B. (separate entry) (mar. announcement in the Manitowoc Herald, 4 Oct. 1860) (child. info from records of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc)


HALL: Samuel m: 6 Feb. 1902 (co. mar. index v.7 p.203) to: Cora Emilia Knudson


HALL, Samuel From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Dealer in Grain, Seeds, and Pressed Hay. Cor. Commercial and Sixth streets.


HALL: Warden m: 23 Nov 1898 (co. mar. index v.7 p.31) to: Minna Zeddies See Gordon Zeddies/same person


HALL: William B. (age 32 at marr.) res: Manitowoc p: Samuel and Sarah Hall of Manitowoc m: 3 May 1916 at Manitowoc St. James Episc. ch. wit: Geo. W. Vollmer, Samuel Hall Jr. to: Lillian Frances Vollmer of Manitowoc (age 29 at marr.) bapt: Methodist/conf. 26 Nov. 1916 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc PRETTY WEDDING CELEBRATED AT HIGH NOON TODAY Will Hall, Well Known Young Business Man and Miss Lillian Vollmer, of Michigan, Wedded Here At high noon today at the residence of Capt. and Mrs. C. Winkler, North Fifth street, was celebrated the marriage of Miss Lillian Francis Volmer, of Lilly, Mich., and William B. Hall, of this city. Rev. Keicher officiating at the ceremony which was attended by only near relatives of the couple. Mr. Hall and bride departed this afternoon for a trip to Chicago and Milwaukee and will return to make their home at the Hall home on North Sixth street. Though a resident of Michigan, the bride has made her home here for two years with her sister, Mrs. Winkler and has won many friends. Mr. Hall is a son of the late Samuel Hall and is interested in the Hall Grain company. He is a native of this city and well known and popular with a host of friends. The wedding at 12:30 was followed by a dinner and reception. Mr. and Mrs. Hall will be at home to friends after June 1. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, May 3, 1916 P.1


HALL: See Charles H. Fricke bio. See MUTH See PHINNEL See RAHR See SMITH


HALLA: Vencel m: 15 July 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.85) to: Mary Manzl


HALLADA: Anton J. b. WI 1872 m: 3 Feb 1892 (co. mar. index v.6 p.138) to: Mary Meyer Farmer and Breeder of High Grade Durham Cattle Served as Supervisor and School Treasurer for a number of years. Sect. 20 Mishicott, PO Mishicot Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


HALLADA: Joe m: Antonia Ebel children: Agnes (b. 9 Mar. 1912/d. 9 June 2003) Helen Frank Ed Greg Bernard From Der Nord Westen, 01 Nov. 1906: Marriage License obtained Joseph A. Hallada and Antonia Eibel both of Mishicott From the Manitowoc County Chronicle December 1, 1906, Mishicot Column Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hallada of Two Rivers spent Sunday with the later's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ebel.


HALLADA: Thomas From Der Nord Westen, 14 June 1883: On Thurs., Thomas Hallada caught his right hand in the circular saw at work in the sawmill at Tisch Mills. Dr. Hittner had to amputate three fingers.


HALLADA: Thomas b: 26 Dec. 1895/d. Aug 1968, Two Rivers m: Lenore Bertram


HALLADA: (also have Halada/Hollada) See Wenzel C. Urbanek bio.


HALLAK: See HAVLEJEC


HALLAUER: Anton b: Bohemia, Europe res: Kossuth, farmer p: Anton and Thereasia Hallauer m: 4 Sept. 1856 at Manitowoc (co. mar. index v.1 p.238) to: Francisca Hawlasta John and Thereasia Hawlasta


HALLAUER: George m: 17 June 1852 by Charles Kuehn, Justice of the Peace in Shoto (co. mar. index) wit: Charles Aug. Aigeltinger and Mark Gebhart to: Elizabeth Von Ruden


HALLAUER: George b. March 10, 1824 in Baden, Germany immig. 1848


HALLAUER: George George Hallauer Family


HALLAUER: See AIGETTINGER See Mrs. Berners bio.


HALLAVER: Carl d: 17 Apr. 1874/age 56 yrs. on Steamship Vaderland on the Atlantic Ocean p: Mathias and Swis Sophia Hallaver m: Brookword Lucia


HALLER: See STAUSS


HALLFRISCH: See HELLFRISCH See SCHULZ


HALLI: (also have Hally) See FELLER


HALLINZITED: See KNUTZEN


HALLISY: Raymond C. m: 2 May 1905 (co. mar. index v.7 p.379) to: Josephine Eisner


HALLORAN: Hugh (Holoran on co. mar. index) b: 7 Jan. 1874, in Cato, Manitowoc Co. p: Hugh and Nona (Burke) Halloran. m: 22 Nov. 1904 (co. mar. index v.7 p.366) to: Anna Marlborough (b. 22 Aug. 1876) (Marlboraugh on co. index) p: George and Margaret (Mead) Marlborough. children: Lucille, Agnes, Grace and George.


HALLORAN: James b: ca. 1822, Ireland/d. 20 Sept. 1877 m: Margaret Meany (also Maney) b: 31 May 1832, Ireland/d. 30 Jan. 1902


HALLORAN: John m: 26 Feb. 1870 (co. mar. index v.4 p.57) to: Sarah Malburough FAMILY REUNION FEATURES 50TH WEDDING YEAR With their children, grandchildren, other relatives and friends surrounding them at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Robert Langrell on Seventh street, Mr. and Mrs. John Holleran, pioneer residents of the county, yesterday celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. The marriage was performed at Clarks Mills March 2, 1870. Mrs. Holloran, previously to her marriage, was Sarah Marlborough. She was born at Clarks Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Holloran have been residents of Manitowoc city for thirty five years and up to twelve years ago, Mr. Holloran was proprietor of a hotel here, in late years, known as the St. Charles hotel and located on Franklin street. Mr. Holloran was born in Ireland and came to America with his parents as a boy of five years. Mr. and Mrs. Holloran are the parents of seven children, all of whom reside in this city and were present at the family reunion. The children are Mrs. Mary Willard, Mrs. Peter Peterson, Mrs. Con Healy, Mrs. John McCabe, Mrs. Robert Lagrell, John and Verona. Twenty three grandchildren and one great grandchild, the latter, George Howard Ashby, were also present for the event. Mr. Holloran is seventy two years of age and his wife sixty seven but despite their advance years both enjoy fair health. They are among the eldest couples in the city and have a large circle of friends who join in tendering them congratulations on the notable anniversary. Manitowoc Herald News, Wednesday, Mar. 03, 1920, Page 1


HALLORAN: John J. b: Cato res: Cato - Farmer p: John O. Halloran and Anna Minague m: 4 Oct. 1905 at Whitelaw (co. mar. index v.7 p.413) Witnesses: John Halloran, Anna Cleary nee Marigan to: Margaret Cleary b: County Clare, Ireland p: Thomas Cleary and Bridget Marigan (from marriage record)


HALLORAN: John Patrick b: 13 Mar. 1883, Clarks Mills (d. at Albuquerque, NM/bur. at Evergreen, Manitowoc) m: Mary T. McGaughey (b. 11 Dec. 1890, Logansport, IN/d. 22 Jan. 1978, Manitowoc) p: Cornealius L. McGaughey and Mary Dwyer)


HALLORAN: See CARNEY See EBERT See FITZGERALD See HEALY See LYONS See POWERS


HALLY: (also have Halli) See MARSKI


HALRON: James Jr. m: 26 Sept. 1900 (co. mar. index v.7 p.119) to: Carry May G. Attridge


HALSIZER: Abner A. m: 10 Aug. 1878 (co. mar. index v.4 p.133) to: Annie A Smith


HALSTED: D. Jay m: 27 Aug. 1882 (co. mar. index. v.5 p.80) to: Clara H. Halsted


HALSTENSON: See IVERSON


HALTAUFDERHEIDE: Chas. F.W. m: 14 Oct. 1891 (co. mar. index v.6 p.113/she is not on index) to: Sophie Thiede From Der Nord Westen, 22 Oct. 1891 (From the correspondent in Two River, 19 Oct.): A big wedding was held here last week uniting Mr. Haltofderheide of Cooperstown, with Miss Sophie Thiede in the Ev. Church, followed by a joyous party in the home of the bride's parents.


HALTAUFDERHEIDE: Edw. m: 24 Nov. 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.432) to: Clara Hills


HALVERSEN: Andrew res: Mishicott, farmer p: Halvor and Martha Benson m: 29 Nov. 1855 in Mishicott (co. mar. index v.1 p.92) to: Ellen Gashompson p: ??? and Martha Gashompson


HALVERSEN: Halver b: Manitowoc res: Manitowoc, occ. Cleric p: Jacob Halversen and Grethe (?)can't read m: 3 Dec. 1870 (co. mar. index v.4 p.146) at Manitowoc by Rev. L.M. Biorn, Lutheran wit: Christ Udenby and Erit Domd (probably Doud?) to: Chatrine Udenby p: Jorgen Christiansen and Chaterine Christiansen


HALVERSEN: Halver R. m: 29 Nov 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.430) to: Gurina Halversen


HALVERSEN: See TORKILDSEN


HALVERSON: Anton m: 4 May 1904 (co. mar. index v.7 p.323) to: Bernicy Cutley PLEDGE THEIR LOVE. Young Couple Wed at Silver Lake; Many Friends Present. A wedding party made up of relatives and intimate friends witnessed the marriage of Miss Bernice Cutley of Rapids and Anton Halverson, of this city which was solemized at Silver Lake Wednesday evening and was a pretty though quiet celebration. City friends were present and following the ceremony a dinner was served to the bridal party by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wickert at whose home the marriage took place. Both contracting parties are well and favorably known and have many friends to wish them happiness of the new relation. They will reside in the city. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, May 5, 1904 P. 1


HALVERSON: Arne m: 27 Jan. 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.232) to: Karie Anderson


HALVERSON: Benedict m: 22 Feb. 1879 (co. mar. index v.4 p.141) to: Cari Olson Hovie


HALVERSON: Benett b. WI 1892 Farmer and Breeder of Pure Bread Gurnsey(sic) Cattle and Chester White Hogs Sect. 32 Rockland, PO Chilton Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


HALVERSON: Chas. Otto m: 18 Apr 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.44) to: Emilie Clara Johnson Mr. Otto C. Halverson and Miss Clara Johnson, both of Cato, were married at the German Methodist Episcopal parsonage last evening, Rev. Romoser, officiating. Both are prominent young people of Cato and the HERALD extends congratulations. They returned to Cato immediately after the ceremony. Manitowoc Daily Herald, April 19, 1899


HALVERSON: Christ Farmer Sect. 23 Cato, PO Manitowoc Came to County 1868 Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


HALVERSON: Elmer m: Emma Paape From Der Nord Westen, 04 Feb. 1909: In list of marriage licenses Elmer Halverson and Emma Paape both of Manitowoc


HALVERSON: G. m: B. Miller From Der Nord Westen, 25 June 1903 (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 23 June) Mr. G. Halverson traveled to Chicago yesterday where he will be married to Miss B. Miller on Wed. Following a honeymoon in the state of Michigan, the couple will return here to establish their home.


HALVERSON: Halver Photo


HALVERSON: Halvor m: 12 Nov. 1878 (co. mar. index v.4 p.135) to: Matilda Toresen


HALVERSON: Halvor m: 11 Dec. 1879 (co. mar. index v.4 p.153 also v.4 p.156) to: Gunhild Osoosen


HALVERSON: Isaac m: 28 May 1868 (co. mar. index v.4 p.16) to: Elizabeth Michel


HALVERSON: Jens m: 27 Nov. 1877 (co. mar. index v.4 p.147)


HALVERSON: Jens Martin m: 6 July 1876 (co. mar. index v.4 p.106) to: Gunhild Maria Torrison


HALVERSON: Joseph m: 02 Nov 1890 (co. mar. index v.6 p.62) to: Tillie Osulson


HALVERSON: Martin m: 26 Jan. 1905 (co. mar. index v.7 p.368) to: Mary nee Weina


HALVERSON: Melvin m: 6 July 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.301) to: Louise M. Anderson


HALVERSON: Ole (Bergom) m: 30 Dec 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 pg.79) to: Ingborg Johann Hansdather


HALVERSON: Otto m: 25 Sep 1901 v.7 p.179 to: Margarita Anhalt (this definitely reads Anhalt on index) From Der Nord Westen, 19 Sep. 1901 Marriage License: Otto Halverson of Manitowoc Rapids and Maggie Anholt of Clarks Mills


HALVERSON: Ronjus m: 19 July 1857 (co. mar. index v.2 p.25) to: Anne Knudson


HALVERSON: Swend m: 17 Apr. 1858 (co. mar. index v.2 p.30) to: Marit Gulbrandson


HALVERSON: Thor m: 1 July 1875(co. mar. index v.4 p.147) to: Anne Astol


HALVERSON: Wm. m: 04 Mar 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.39) to: Alma Seehafer


HALVERSON: See AASLAKSON See ENOCHSON See JOLE See MADSON See OSULSON See SPAETH See THORGRINSEN See WARD


HALVESEN: Wm. m: 12 Nov. 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.321) to: Nellie Tichnor On November 12, 1886 at Manitowoc, William Halverson (sic) of Chicago, Ills. to Miss Nellie Tichnor or Manitowoc, the Rev. C.F. Mogelson, officiating clergyman. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, November 23, 1886 P. 3


HALVORDSEN: Anders/Andreas (From records of the Gibson Evang. Luth. Ch.) m: Elen Mathea children: Melvin Walther/b. 3 Jan. 1881/bp. 2 Feb. 1881/father Anders Sella/b. 25 Aug. 1883/bp. 26 Oct. 1883/father Andreas


HALVORDSEN: See BILLOW See HILMEN


HALVORSEN: Christoffer m: 20 Mar 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.236) to: Alvina Christine Terkelsen


HALVORSEN: Halvor Marriage Date: 03 Dec 1870 Vol:02 Page:0494 Vol:A Sequence:05821 to: Christiana Udenby Marriage Date: 03 Dec 1870 Vol:02 Page:0494 Vol:A Sequence:05822


HALVORSEN: Isaak m: Elisabeth (nee) Michel children: Elisa Emilie (b. 1/1/1874/bapt. 4/12/1874 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HALVORSEN: See HALVURSON See KNUDSON See THORGRIMSEN


HALVORSON: Christopher From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Bluffview Farm. Director School No. 11. Born in Norway 1851. Wife born in America 1859. Married in 1876. Five children. Settled farm in 1880. Post Office, Manitowoc; Section 19, Manitowoc Rapids Township.


HALVORSON: Halvor From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: River Valley Farm. Born in Milwaukee 1857. Second wife born in Manitowoc County 1867. Married in 1888. Post Office, Branch; Section 8, Manitowoc Rapids Township.


HALVORSON: Hans Oscar m: 13 Mar 1895 (co. mar. index v.6 p.292) to: Ida Clara Anderson


HALVORSON: Herbert m: 11 Jul 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.167) to: Wilhelmine Behnke


HALVORSON: Richard Conrad m: 28 Sept. 1907 (co. mar. index v.8 p.55) to: Clara Kulnick


HALVORSON: Swen From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and stock breeder. Born in Norway 1836. Wife born in Norway 1840. Married in 1858. Enlistd in Third Wisconsin Regiment 1864. Settled farm 1867. Nine children. Post Office, Rube; Section 36, Cato Township.


HALVORSON: See HULTMANN


HALVURSON: Isaak m: Elisabeth (nee) Michel children: Dorothea Wilhelmine (b. 4/10/1869/bapt. 6/13/1869) Anna Maria (b. 10/24/1870/bapt. 12/18/1870) Mathilde Karoline (b. 4/3/1872/bapt. 6/29/1872) (entire entry from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg


HALVURSON: See HALVORSEN


HALY: Patrick m: 17 Mar. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.124) to: Maryann Daly Back to top