MANITOWOC COUNTY MARRIAGES

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PAAPE: Paul Karl Wm.
b: Germany
res: Reedsville, WI
p: Karl and Ida Paape
m: 13 Oct. 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.314)
to: Rosalie W. M. B. Olp
p: Julius and Johanna Olp

From Der Nord Westen, 14 Oct. 1886:
Marriage of Paul Paape of Reedsville, with Miss Rosa Olp of Cooperstown,
on 13 Oct. in Cooperstown.


PAARMAN: See PULS


PAARMANN: Fred J.C. m: 10 Mar 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.396) to: Louise J.S. Biebrietz From Der Nord Westen, 15 Mar. 1888 Marriage of Fritz Paarmann of Sheboygan with Miss Louise Biberitz of Manitowoc on Sat., 10 Mar. in the home of the bride's parents in the city of Manitowoc by Pastor Pieper. The couple left Mon. on their honeymoon toward Sheboygan.


PAARMANN: Johan b: Mecklenburg Germany res: Mishicot p: Bernhard Paarman and Sofie Schroder m: 13 Jan. 1868 (co. mar. index v.4 p.12) to: Caroline Krum b: Mecklenburg Germany p: Fr. Krumm and Sofia Wenzel


PAARMANN: John C.F. m: 15 Apr. 1879 (co. mar. index v.4 p.142)


PAARMANN: William m: 07 Apr 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.237) to: Alma Streese From Der Nord Westen, 12 Apr. 1894: Marriage on Sat. in Mishicott of Wilhelm Paarmann with Miss Alma Streese by Justice of the Peace Bruno Müller.


PAARMANN: See BREMMER See LADEWIG


PABIAN: Andrew (Papian on index) m: 27 Sep 1904 (co. mar. index v.7 p.354) to: Anna Zahner


PABST: See Louis Kunz bio.


PACKARD: Arthur J. m: 6 Sept. 1882 (co. mar. index. v.5 p.80) to: Josephine Young ******** PACKARD-YOUNG. Wednesday morning was a turning point in the lives of Jay A. Packard and Miss Josie Young. When the union of hands, typifying the union of hearts, and the impressive words of the officiating minister proclaimed them husband and wife, there went up from the hearts of their many friends, the best wishes for a happy future. Only the nearest relatives were present, and after the ceremony, the party partook of a right royal wedding dinner. The newly married couple then took the noon train, going South. At the depot, and before departing on their wedding trip, they were "riced" by a number of young ladies. That is to say, a young ladies club, of which the bride is a member, came down to the depot in full force, and armed with rice, threw this at the departing couple. The Presbyterian congregation showed its appreciation and good will for the bride by presenting her with a most elegant silver tea sets and other numerous and valuable mementoes. The young husband and wife are both loyal children of Manitowoc. The industry and skill of Mr. Packard has brought him to the front rank in his line of business-photography-while his quiet demeanor and good nature has retained the friendship of the companions of his youth, and gained that of the acquaintances of his maturer years. Miss Young, now Mrs. Packard, wherever known, is beloved and respected, while her sweet voice has brought to her the admiration of those who do not enjoy the pleasure of a personal acquaintance. The Times joins in the general sentiment of "long may they live and happy be their lives." Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, September 12, 1882 P. 1


PACKARD: Arthur J. Arthur Packard home

Mrs. Arthur J. Packard

Photo compliments of the Manitowoc Library


PACKARD: Daniel E. m: 16 Mar. 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.238) to: Sintha Bailey


PACKARD: Edward W. (Edwin/E.W. on co. mar. index) came to Manitowoc from Enosburg, Vermont, Sep. 1847 b: 1828 m: 25 Dec. 1849 by J.H.W. Colby, Prob. Judge (co. mar. index) to: Adeline Jeannette Buel (under 18 mar. with consent of her father, Chester Buel) b: 2 Apr. 1833 in Bristol Vt. children: Arthur Jay (bapt. 13 Jan. 1861 from record of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc)


PACKARD: Henry From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and Stock breeder. Born in New York State 1840. Wife born in Ireland 1835. Married in 1868. Settled farm in 1866. Four children. Post Office, Niles; Section 16, Eaton Township.


PACKARD: Henry H. m: 13 Feb. 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.44) to: Catharine Eastwood


PACKARD, Jay PACKARD—YOUNG – At the residence of the bride's sister in this city by Rev. J.M. Craig, Sept. 6th, 1882, Mr. Jay Packard and Miss Josie Young, all of Manitowoc. Mr. Packard is an enterprising young man of the firm of Melendy & Packard. He is known to everybody in the city having grown up here, and numbers his friends by the hundreds. Hid bride is a young lady who enjoys the respect of every person who knows her and is deservedly popular among her companions. We wish the young couple a prosperous voyage in the journey of life. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, September 7, 1882


PACKARD: Lucy Lo (Tucker) Photo

Photo compliments of the Manitowoc Library


PACKARD: Mary From the Manitowoc Pilot, Thursday, August 14, 1884: Miss Mary Packard has secured a department in the city schools of Kewaunee.


PACKARD: also have Pakard See John A. Glander bio. See Charles Levenhagen bio. See THIEDE


PADARATZ: Anna Sophie Wilhelmine confirmed: 10 Apr. 1864 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


PADER: See Henry Carter Hamilton bio.


PADOGUE: James m: 16 April 1884 to: Polly Wanish Married at Kellnersville, on Wednesday April 16, by Rev. Father Maley, Mr. James Padogue and Miss. Polly Wanish. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, April 22, 1884 p.4


PAEIERLY: Joseph b: Germany res: Manitowoc, farmer p: Alpin Paeyerly and Francisca Payerly m: 3 Sept. 1853, in Manitowoc Rapids (co. mar. index v.1 p.46) to: Anna Maria Auman p: Joseph and Monica Auman


PAEPER: Hermann m: August 1897 to: Bertha Luedtke From Der Nord Westen, 29 July 1897: (From the correspondent in Lark, 26 July) A big wedding will be held next Thurs. of Hermann Paeper of Cooperstown to Miss Bertha Luedtke from here, to be conducted by Pastor J. W. Doran from the Evangelical Congregation here.


PAESEL: See BROECKERT


PAETSCH: Chas. J. m: 2 Sept. 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.73) to: M. Emma Rausch


PAETZ: August Johann m: 31 Jan. 1907 (co. mar. index v.8 p.30) to: Emma Ottelie Mahnke


PAETZ: Fred m: Ann Damrow (b: 5 July 1867, Manitowoc/d. 26 Dec. 1891, Firth, Nebraska)


PAETZ: See BULL See DAMROW


PAGAN: Nathany Marriage Date: 18 Feb 1860 Vol:01 Page:0005 Vol:A Sequence:11817 to: Emilie Kenchly Marriage Date: 18 Feb 1860 Vol:01 Page:0005 Vol:A Sequence:11818


PAGE: Harvey b: N.Y. res: Mishicot p: David and Trephosa Page m: 20 Sept. 1856 at Mishicot (co. mar. index v.1 p.134) to: Catharina Zizik p: George and Mary Zizik


PAGEL: Albert Edward b: April 16, 1897 in Prussia d: July 18, 1946 in Los Angeles CA p: Herman and Ida (Iwen - may be Ewen) Pagel m: June 30, 1923 in Mishicot Wedding Photo to: Alvina Krajnik d: November 27, 1995 in Manitowoc b: September 15, 1896 Town of Kossuth p: Wencil and Anna (Cerny) Krajnik


PAGEL: August p: Frederick P. and Eisabeth Heansmann m: 2 Nov. 1882 (co. mar. index v.5 p.89) to: Caroline Ohlmots p: Conrad Ohlmotz and Emilei Schmidt


PAGEL: Hugo m: Amalie Werner children: Ida Amalie (b. 19 June 1866/bapt. 7 Jan. 1867 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


PAGEL: Robert m: 10 Mar. 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.239) to: Katharine Arnold children: Herman Pagel/b: 26 Feb 1890/April 1971/bur. in cem. #84 Amanda Pagel/b: 19 May 1894/d. 1980/bur. in cem. #84/m. Kaemmer Olinda Pagel Spindler Philip Pagel


PAGEL: Robert From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Beechwood Stock and Grain Farm. Born in Germany 1857. Wife born in America 1857. Married in 1885. Settled farm 1885. Post Office, Kiel; Section 28, Schleswig Township.


PAGEL: Ruth Emeline b: 21 Nov. 1899, Sheboygan, Wis./bapt. 26 Feb. 1916/conf. 20 Mar. 1916, Maple Crest San., Whitelaw, Wis. from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc


PAGEL: See Jacob Arnold bio. See WEND


PAGET: See ADAMS


PAHLKOETTER: Henry m: 28 Dec 1905 (co. mar. index v.7 p.424) to: Margareth Willinger


PAHLKOTTER: Carl m: 3 May 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.86)


PAHLMANN: George D. m: 7 Mar. 1907 (co. mar. index v.8 p.30) to: Ella Zilisch


PAHLMER: (also have Palmer) See EICHMANN


PAHNER: Jose m: Maria Hartwig children: Joseph Elroy (b. 24 Nov. 1899/bapt. 17 Dec. 1899 from record of St. John's United Ch. of Christ, Manitowoc city)


PAHR: See SCHROEDER


PAILL: Wm. m: 28 May 1907 (co. mar. index v.8 p.44) to: Mrs. Maria Seeman


PAINE: Elizabeth b: 5 Oct. 1886/conf. 12 Apr. 1903 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc


PAINE: Henry A. m: 25 Sept. 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.181) to: Conelia (sic) E.W. Windiate


PAINE: R.K. From Der Nord Westen, 02 Nov. 1899: Dr. and Mrs. N.K.(sic) Paine here celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary on Sat. 02.


PAINE: Richard Kendall, M.D. b: 5 Oct. 1841 in Orange, Vermont. (also have b. 1843 in Washington Co. Vermont).(bapt. 7 Apr. 1876 from record of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc) d: 14 Nov. 1904. p: William B. and Lovina (Averhill) Paine. m: 28 Oct. 1874 (co. mar. index v.7 p.379)(Note: this has been re-entered from 1874 to 1905) to: Elizabeth Patchen p: Dr. A.J. and Nancy (Kellogg) Patchen of Manitowoc. children: Elizabeth (bapt. Easter 187?) Richard Andrew (b. 26 May 1883/bapt. 9 Sept. 1883) (child. info from record of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc) Photo of home Photo of home

Photo compliments of the Manitowoc Library


PAINE: Richard K. m: 28 Oct. 1905 (co. mar. index v.7 p.379) to Libbie Patchen


PAINE, R. K., N.D From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Physician and Surgeon. Office hours, 8 to 9 A.M., 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 P.M. Residence, cor. Eighth and St. Clair streets; Office over Post Office.


PAINE: See PATCHEN See WINDIATE See ZEMAN


PAINGUEVE: Joseph (Painguere?) m: 5 July 1861 (co. mar. index v.2 p.120) to: Josephine Lauraine


PAINTER: Frank Le Grand m: 18 Aug 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.419) to: Emma Minnie Peterson


PAINTER: Ivan m: Elena Wagner children: Ellen (b. 3 Dec. 1867/bapt. 9 Dec. 1867/bk.1 p.9) John (Twin)(b. 11 June 1872/bapt. 15 June 1872/bk.1 p.19) Anna (Twin)(b. 11 June 1872/bapt. 15 June 1872/bk.1 p.19) (this entry from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch.)


PAINTER: John (also Pinter) m: Emma Doersch children: Joanna Painter (b. 7 Aug. 1898/bapt. 7 Aug. 1898/bk.1 p.77) Marie Myrtle Painter (b. 11 June 1900/bapt. 24 June 1900/bk.1 p.81) Peter Pinter (b. 16 June 1902/bapt. 29 June 1902/bk.1 p.84) Emily Margaret Pinter (b. 3 May 1906/bapt. 10 June 1906/bk.1 p.93) (this entry from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch.)


PAINTER: Also have PINTER


PAJ: See KUTIL


PAJAK: Jacob m: 16 Jan. 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.182) to: Constans Biskup


PAKARD: Henry m: 13 Feb. 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.54)


PAKKAS: J. m: Anna Forster children: Maria (b. 13 Oct. 1861/bapt. 27 Oct. 1861, Catholic ch., Centerville)


PAKKAS: See KLAUK


PALLESCH: See KASTEN


PALM: Carl m: Sophie Raue children: Karoline (b. 15 Nov. 1855/bapt. 10 July 1856 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)


PALM: Charles b: 1811, Prussia/d. 1883 m: Sophia Brauer b: 1812, Germany/d. 1890


PALM: Walter m: Feb. 3, 1916 to: Clara Buehlmann COUPLE CAME HERE FROM MILWAUKEE TO WED Miss Clara Buehlmann (sic), former local girl, and Walter Palm arrived in the city from Milwaukee today, and will be married at the bride's home on North Sixth street tomorrow afternoon at 1:30. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buehlman of this city, and met the groom while employed at Milwaukee the past three years. It was her especial wish that they be married at her old home in this city, and Judge Chloupek will unite the couple tomorrow, after which they will return to Milwaukee where they will reside. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, Feb. 2, 1916 P.1


PALM: See MERKEL See TADDY See RAUBER PALMER:


Frederick D. (Freddie L. on mar. index) b: 3 April 1864, in Sheboygan Co., WI. p: Hiram B. and Matilda (Gould) Palmer. m: 8 Oct. 1889 (co. mar. index v.6 p.6/she is v.6 p.7) to: Luella Whitcomb (b. 9 May 1874) p: Aaron and Frances Whitcomb. children: Leslie, Evelyn, Olive, Luella, John, Chester, Aaron, Frances, and one who died in infancy.


PALMER: Jos. m: 20 Nov 1890 (co. mar. index v.6 p.60) to: Mary Hartwig From Der Nord Westen, 27 Nov. 1890: Marriage of Joseph Palmer with Miss Mary Hartwig last Thurs. in the 1st Ward by Justice of the Peace Falge.


PALMER: Orrini Bartlett m: 04 Jun 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.247) to: Isabel Leonard


PALMER: (also have Pahlmer) See THOMPSON


PALMISTER: D. Forrest m: 15 Feb. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.79) to: Mary Ella Math


PALMITER: Charles M. m: 15 Aug. 1870 (co. mar. index v.4 p.38)


PALS: August Marriage Date: ?? --- 18?? Vol:01 Page:0136 Vol:A Sequence:11889 to: Mary D Pans Marriage Date: ?? --- 18?? Vol:01 Page:0136 Vol:A Sequence:11890


PALTZIN: See LACOUNT


PALZER: Charles (Balzer on the index) m: 27 Jul 1880 (co. mar. index v.4 p.166) to: Anna Samz (Saniz on the index) A researcher added the correct surnames for this.


PALZER: Chas. From Der Nord Westen, 10 Aug. 1905: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Palzer in Two Rivers celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary on Sun., 8 days ago, in the company of their relatives.


PALZER: Edward m: 10 Nov 1891 (co. mar. index v.6 pg.123) to: Francis Schamberger


PALZER: Frank m: 19 Sep 1889 (co. mar. index v.6 p.5) to: Anna Eis


PALZER: See ALBRIGHT


PALZKOETHER: Aug. news article


PAMRANSKY: See KLETZIEN


PANCHOW: Adam Marriage Date: 26 Apr 1879 Vol:02 Page:0482 Vol:A Sequence:12137 to: Catharine M W Haase Marriage Date: 26 Apr 1879 Vol:02 Page:0482 Vol:A Sequence:12138


PANDLE: Gottlieb m: 28 Nov. 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.99) to: Caroline Rieseburg From the Der Nord Westen newspaper, 2 Dec. 1875 Marriage of Gottlieb Pandele of Manitowoc, with Miss Caroline Kieseberg of Schleswig on 28 Nov. in the home of the groom by Justice of the Peace John O'Hara.


PANEY: Mrs. picture taken at Melendy and Packard, Manitowoc and was sent in by a researcher, see contributors page.


PANGBURN: Carlton Eugene p: Henry Deman and Mary Rebecca (Meeder) Pangburn m: 4 June 1885 to: Sarah Henrietta Green p: Wm. and Henrietta (Cocks) Green MARRIED. At St. James Episcopal Church in this city on Thursday Eve, June 5th. Carl E Pangburn to Miss Henrietta Green both of this city. The Rev. H. Truro Bray officiating. We wish both the parties to the above, the happiness in life which comes from a well regulated marriage such as we believe this to be. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, June 9, 1885 P.3


PANGRATZ: See HENISH


PANICIWICZ: Johan m: 29 Oct 1882 (co. mar. index v.5 p.157) to: Mary Mrotek


PANKOW: Herman J. m: 17 Mar 1892 (co. mar. index v.6 p.143) to: Emma Froelke


PANKOW: See VANDOSKIE


PANKRATZ: Photos sent in by researcher/most likely close relatives of Ignatz and Anna (Schmatz) Pankratz. They are from a grandmother's album and information on the photos was sketchy on a lot of them. I put the ones that could be identified with the people in the photo, but the rest I'll put here. If anyone has info. that could positively identify them, let me know. Cousin John Picture of John Pankratz, cousin of Anna Gardner who was the daughter of Barbara Pankratz and Jacob Gardner. Anna Pankratz or Maria Gardner I think this is Maria (maiden name unknown) Gardner. The paternal grandmother of Anna Gardner. Pankratz cousins Cousin May Pankratz School class This is a school photo. My grandmother identified it as "Aunt Mary Pankratz" but I have no idea which person is Mary Pankratz or the name of the school.


PANKRATZ: Alex. m: 17 May 1899 (co. index v.7 p.51) to: Rose J. Kappes County Clerk Maresh has issued marriage licenses for the following persons: John Meinert to Mary Klanck, both of Kiel; Alex Pankratz to Rosa Kappes, both of this city; Frederick W. Kattreh to Ida Renn, both of Kiel; Frank Moruch to Lena Wellner, Two Rivers. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Monday, May 15, 1899 P.4 ******* From Der Nord Westen, 11 May 1899: To be married next Tues. in the Catholic Church will be Alexander Pankratz and Miss Rosa Kappes, both from here. ******* The marriage of Mr. Alex Pankratz to Miss Rosa Kappes will be solemnized at St. Boniface church at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning, instead of in the evening as stated in the HERALD yesterday. Manitowoc Daily Herald, May 16, 1899 P.4 ******* Miss Rosa Kappes and Mr. Alex. Pankratz will be united in marriage at 9 o'clock Wednesday evening at St. Boniface catholic (sic) church. Miss Kappes is a daughter of Martin Kappes. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Monday, May 15, 1899 P.4 ******* CUPID DARTS. Pierced the Heart of A. Pankratz and He Takes a Bride. The marriage of Mr. Alex Pankratz to Miss Rosa Kappes was solemnized at St. Boniface church at 9 o'clock this morning in the presence of a large number of friends and relatives. Rev. Father Peil officiated and Emma Pankratz and Lizzie Kappes were brides maids. The groomsmen were William Kappes and J. Pfeffer. Immediately after the ceremony the young couple repaired to the home of the bride's parents where a repast was served. Numerous and beautiful gifts were presented in token of the esteem in which they are held by a large circle of friends. The groom is employed as tinsmith at Wernecke & Schmitz and is a young man of exemplary habits, honest, industrious, he enjoys the respect of all who are favored with his acquaintance. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kappes, and is a bright, amiable young lady, possessing all the qualities of genuine goodness. Her cheerful disposition and sincere nature has endeared her to all with whom she has come in contact. Mr. and Mrs. Pankratz will reside on Washington street and will start on their matrimonial voyage with the well wishes of a host of friends. "May they live long and prosper" is the wish of the HERALD. Manitowoc Daily Herald, May 17, 1899 P.2


PANKRATZ: Franz m: 27 Dec 1893 (co. mar. index v.6 p.238) to: Katherine Wachle


PANKRATZ: Helen Amelia b: 15 July 1889, Manitowoc/conf. St. James Day 1902/from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc


PANKRATZ: Ignatz Photo

Photo compliments of the Manitowoc Library


PANKRATZ: Ignatz b: ca. 1833, Bohemia/d. 20 Feb. 1875 m: Anna Schmatz b: ca. 1834, Germany/d. 14 May 1931 children: Joseph Pankratz/b. 1856 in Wisconsin John Pankratz/b. 1857 in Branch Wisconsin Ignatz Pankratz/b. 1859 in Cato Wisconsin Anna Kathryn/b. 1861 Frank Drucks and Anna Pankratz Barbara/b. 1864 Barbara Barbara Pankratz Leiteritz Gardner. Ernst Leiteritz He was the second husband of Barbara Pankratz Leiteritz Gardner. Lewis Pankratz/b. 1865 in Manitowoc Wisconsin Wolfgang (William)/b. 1870, Kossuth twp/m. Catharine Fahrbach/from researcher) Wedding photo Mary Pankratz/b. 28 March 1972 in Kossuth Fred Kemmeter/Mary Pankratz wedding This is Mary Pankratz, daughter of Ignatz Pankratz and Anna Schmatz Pankratz. She was born March 28, 1872 in Kossuth Manitowoc. She married Philip Kemmeter. Photo taken at Pindar Portraits, Menasha, Wisconsin. Franciscum Pankratz (Frank?) born 1874 in Wisconsin Mary, Barbara, Kathryn Mary (b. 1872), Barbara (b. 1864) and Anna Kathryn (b. 1861) Pankratz. Frank, Ignatz, Joseph, Wolfgang From left to right: Frank (Franciscum) Pankratz born May 9, 1874 Ignatz Pankratz, III born March 16, 1859 Joseph Pankratz born January 11, 1868 William (Wolfgang) born January 21, 1870. (Ignatz Pankratz married Anna Schmatz in Manitowoc Rapids, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, USA on February 4, 1856. He died February 24, 1875 in Francis Creek, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, USA at an accident at his own mill. This is documented in P 329 - 330 in the History of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin by Dr. L. Flage, 1911 - 1912 v. 2.) (Anna Schmatz had three husbands Her first husband was Ignatz Pankratz. He died in an explosion in his grist mill in 1875. Then she married Christian Pfeil. It does not appear that they had any children together. In the 1880 census the Pankratz children are shown as his step children. He must have died. She then married Frederick Zinkbeil and together they had four children: Fred Zinkbeil, Lena Zinkbeil, Albert Zinkbeil and an infant whose name I have not been able to discover. Ignatz Pankratz is buried in St. Anne's Catholic Cemetery. Anna Schmatz died in Hammond Indiana. When she died, her last name was Sinkbeil or Zinkbeil. Sometimes the spelling of the last names went from German to American/English.) (all extra info. from researcher/see contributors page)


PANKRATZ: Ignatz b: 17 March 1859, in Cato, WI. p: Ignatz and Anna Pankratz. m: 17 June 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.131) to: Dora Eatough (Eeatough on co. mar. index) p: William Eatough. children: Flora, Mabel, Nellie, Bessie, Marion and Louis. ******** PANKRATZ—EATOUGH – At the residence of the bride's parents, June 17th, 1883, Mr. Ignatz Pankratz, of Menasha, and Miss Dora Eatough, of Branch Mills, Manitowoc County. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, June 21, 1883


PANKRATZ: Ignatz Livery, Sale and Exchange Stable 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


PANKRATZ: J.B. Photo (from researcher: This photo is labeled J.B. Pankratz. It could be Joseph born 1856 or John born 1857.)


PANKRATZ: John p: Ignatz Pankratz and Anna Schmatz m: 12 Oct. 1878 (co. mar. index v.4 p.134) to: Rosi Dolezal children: Rose/b. 1879, Wisconsin (the following from researcher/see contributors page) (Rose Pankratz was a wild west show/circus performer. Rose married Ben Tanner who was also a performer. My grandfather said that Ben Tanner was a contortionist. It looks like both of them rode horses and maybe shot guns in a wild west show. It is my understanding that Rose Pankratz met her death hanging from a trapeze suspended from a hot air balloon. The couple was married in Wisconsin in May, 1899 in Dodge County. The pictures were taken in Colby Wisconsin. I have not found them as a couple in census records. But they probably traveled with the show. I do not have any background information on Benjamin (Ben) Tanner.) Ben Tanner Ben Tanner Ben and Rose Tanner


PANKRATZ: Joseph A. res: Valders, Wi m: 9 Oct. 1906 (co. mar. index v.8 p.19) also (from record of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.370) to: Elsie M. Kolway (Kolwey on church record) res: Meeme, Wi. From Der Nord Westen, 04 Oct. 1906: Marriage License obtained Joseph Pankratz of Liberty and Elsie Kolwey of Eaton


PANKRATZ: Lewis LeRoy b: 20 July 1897, Manitowoc/conf. 18 Feb. 1912 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc


PANKRATZ: Louis b: Bohman res: Manitowoc p: Georg and Maria (Kohlbeck) Pankratz m: 31 July 1859, First Ger. Evang. Luth. Ch. to: Johanne Rehfeldt p: Christian and Maria Rehfeldt of Mecklenburg Schwerin


PANKRATZ: Marian b: 23 Mar. 1894, Francis Creek, Wis./conf. 31 Mar. 1910 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc


PANKRATZ: Martin m: 9 Aug. 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.58) to: Louisa Hugh


PANKRATZ: Michael m: 4 June 1865 (co. mar. index v.3 p.7) to: Margaretha Schleif


PANKRATZ: Wolfgang m: 19 July 1860 (co. mar. index v.3 p.30) to: Catharine Karshon


PANKRATZ: Wolfgangus b: Germany res: Manitowoc p: Ignatius and Theresia Pankratz m: 27 Dec. 1853 at Manitowoc Rapids to: Catharina Pretell p: Martinus and Barbara Pretell


PANKRATZ: See AUGUSTIN See BANKRATZ See BLESER See DICKERSHEID See John Ewen bio. See GUGL See KELLNER See KIRSCHER See LUCAS See PLANTICO See RUPP See Fred C. Schoch bio. See SEEGER See WELKE See WELLNER See ZWEIDINGER


PANNATZ: Ignatius (Pankratz?) b: Germany res: Manitowoc Rapids p: Ignatius and Theresia Pannatz m: 4 Feb. 1856 at Manitowoc Rapids (co. mar. index v.1 p.99) to: Anna Smaatz p: Wolfgangus and Anna Smaatz


PANOCH: See ANDERLE See DEKER


PANOS: Anton m: 01 Aug 1896 (co. mar. index v.6 p.363) to: Annie Holub


PANOS: Frank m: 25 Jul 1896 (co. mar. index v.6 p.362) to: Maria Howorka


PANOSH: John C. m: 24 Jun 1893 (co. mar. index v.6 p.203) to: Julia Reznichek


PANOWEIZ: See DELILL


PANOWITZ: John (also Panowicz) p: Michael and Mary (Doncek) Panowitz m: 29 Oct 1882 to: Mary Mrotek p: Franciszek and Mariann (Tadych) Mrotek Family photo (info sent in by researcher/see contributors page)


PANOWITZ: See TADDY


PANSRAHM: See ROMELFAENGER


PANTZLAFF: See GRUTZMACHER


PANTZRAM: Hugo m: 1 Aug. 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.61) to: Odelia Heidorf ******** Marriage licenses have been issued to Louis Martens and Miss Augusta Rietzow, both of Two Rivers, and to Hugo Pantzgram (sic) and Miss Tillie Heidorf, of this city. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, August 1, 1899 P. 2 ******** From Der Nord Westen, 03 Aug. 1899: Marriage Tues. in the Catholic Church of Hugo Pantzram with Miss Ottilie Heidorf, both from here. The ceremony was followed by a joyous party in the home of the bride's parents.


PANZARAM: See JETZER


PANZERAM: Joseph m: Emilie children: Pauline Margaretha (b. 9 June 1872/bapt. 16 June 1872 St. Wendel Cath. ch.)


PANZMER: See BLIESENER


PANZRAM: John (also Panzeram) m: Appolonia (also Appollonia) children: Edward Hugo (b. 17 Nov. 1868/bapt. 21 Nov. 1868 St. George Cath. ch.) John Laurence (b. 8 Feb. 1871/bapt. 8 Feb. 1871 St. Wendel Cath. ch.) Hugo Anton (b. 1 Apr. 1873/bapt. 7 Apr. 1873 St. Wendel Cath. ch.) Wilhelmina Veronica (b. 26 May 1875/bapt. 30 May 1875 St. Wendel Cath. ch.)


PANZRAM: Joseph m: Amelia children: Anna Francisca (b. 4 Oct. 1870/bapt. 9 Oct. 1870 St. George Cath. ch.)


PANZRAM: See FOEHRENBACH See KUHN


PANZRAHM: See JETZER


PAPE: Anna b. 26 Mar. 1859/confirmed 7 April 1872/First German Ev. Luth. ch.


PAPE: Carl F.W. m: 04 Dec 1890 (co. mar. index v.6 p.66) to: Wilhelmine F. Post


PAPE: Carl Wilhelm Gottlieb b: 11 July 1854, in Rosenow, Regenwalde, Pommern d. 6 May 1931 in Black River Falls, WI m: 5 Oct. 1880 in Henkenhagen, Regenwalde, Pommern to: Friederike Wilhelmine Henriette Schatzke (also Schaetzke/by contributor) b: 8 Nov. 1861, in Rosenfelde, Regenwalde, Pommern d. 28 Feb. 1930 in Black River Falls, WI children: Karl Wilhelm Theodor/C. Willie Pape(b. 12 Sept. 1888, Manitowoc/d. 20 Jan. 1893, Manitowoc) Sophie Ottilie Auguste Pape (b. 8 Sept. 1900 in Manchester Twp., Jackson Co, WI/ d. 4 June 1955 in Black River Falls, WI Georg/George Karl Albert (adopted)(b. 10 July 1890 in Milwaukee, WI/d. 8 Feb. 1960 in Lincoln Twp., Trempealeau Co., WI (This entry considerably expanded by a family researcher see contributors page)


PAPE: Friedrich m: Dorothea Bromann b: 19 Aug. 1788 in Kusez/d. 11 May 1864/age 75 yrs. 6 mo. 21 da. p: Hans Jochen Bromann and Jlse or Ilse Sophie Lenz (information on Dorothea sen. from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville, but it doesn't match children's dates ????) children: _____ Magdalena Lucinda (b. 30 May 1862/bapt. 30 May 1862 at St. John-St. James Evang. Luth., Reedsville) Ferdinand (b. ___ /d. 17 June 1863 of diabetes Beata Sabina (b. 22 Dec. 1866 in Rockland, Manitowoc co./bapt. 1 Jan. 1867 at St. John-St. James Evang. Luth., Reedsville)


PAPE: Friedrich m: Bertha Becker children: Arthur Friedrich Hermann (b. 26 Sept. 1880/bapt. 10 Oct. 1880 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


PAPE: Friedrich m: Franziska Ninahlo children: Karl Wilhelm (b. 9 Dec. 1870/bapt. 23 Dec. 1870 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


PAPE: Gottfried H. m: 29 Sep 1895 (co. mar. index v.6 p.318) to: Augusta M. Froehlke


PAPE: I.F. m: 16 Dec. 1879 (co. mar. index v.4 p.153) to: B.W. Becher


PAPE: James F. m: 20 Jan. 1869 (co. mar. index v.4 p.24) to: Franciska Ninalo


PAPE: Joachim Friedrich m: Franziska Ninahlo (also Francisca) d. 7 Feb. 1879/age 33 yrs. 8 mo. from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville) children: Maria Anna (b. 6 Sept. 1869/bapt. 13 Sept. 1869 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


PAPE: Johanes (also spelled Johannes) m: Lora Gehlkusch (also listed as Loriei Gelgusch) children: Herman Gottfried (b. 9 Aug. 1871 in Rockland/bapt. 1 Oct. 1871 in St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Rockland..mother Lora) Ernst Ludwig (b. 15 July 1873/bapt. 3 Aug. 1873 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville..mother Loriei)


PAPE: Johannes m: Eleanore nee Gelgusch children: Friedrich (b. 21 Feb. 1870) Gottfried (b. 29 Aug. 1871) Louise Dorothea (b. 20 Sept. 1875/bapt. 5 Oct. 1875) Carl August Ferdinand (b. 8 Apr. 1877/bapt. 29 Apr. 1877/d. 2 Mar. 1878/bur. 5 Mar. 1878) Johann Heinrich (b. 9 June 1878/bapt. 10 June 1878/d. 11 Sept. 1878 bur. 14 Sept. 1878/age 3 mo. 2 da.) Maria Caroline Christine (b. 18 Sept. 1879/bapt. 12 Oct. 1879) Carl Hermann Gustav (b. 9 Jan. 1881/bapt. 6 Feb. 1881) (this entry from records of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


PAPE: Johannes Fr. Ch. b: Wentze Prov. Schlesien Preussen res: Reedsville p: Friedrich Pape and Catharine Doro. Bromann m: 3 June 1869 (co. mar. index v.4 p.25) to: Pauline L. Kindler (d. 28 Feb. 1870/bur. 2 Mar. 1870 in Rockland) b: (not given) res: Eaton p: Andreas Kindler and Carol. Liebert children: Johannes Friedrich (b. 21 Feb. 1870/bapt. 26 Feb.) Emil Ferdinand (b. 21 Feb. 1879/bapt. 26 Feb.) (child. info from records of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Rockland)


PAPE: See KRUGER See RODE


PAPENDICK: See HAHN


PAPER: Leopold m: 30 Jan. 1870 (co. mar. index v.4 p.34) to: Caroline Teweles


PAPINISKA: See TOMAS


PAPPE: See WENDLANDT


PAPROEKE: See KOMOROSKI


PAPROSKE: Stanis m: 19 Feb 1889 (co. mar. index v.5 p. 453) to: Josefa Radtki


PAPROSKI: Michael m: 04 Nov 1890 (co. mar. index v.6 p.56) to: Veronica Radke


PAQUET: See UNDESSER


PAQUIN: Anthony res: Cooperstown m: 5 Sept. 1853 (co. mar. index v.1 p.18) wit: Joseph Allie, Sr. and Jos. Paquin to: Mary Allie


PAQUIN: Leo b: Lower Canada res: French Creek p: Francis and Mary Louise Paquin m: 30 Oct. 1853 at French Creek to: Rosine Rosis dau. of John Baptist and Mary Angelique Rosis


PAQUIN: Levi m: Prosine Prosis In Francis Creek on Sunday 30th October 1853 by Rev. H. J. Nuyts. (19 Nov 1853 Newspaper unknown)


PAQUIN: Louis b: Canada res: French Creek, farmer m: 10 July 1853 or 1854 in Manitowoc Rapids (co. mar. index v.1 p.38) to: Maria Bougier p: Michael and Maria Bougier


PAQUIN: also have Parquin See ALLIE


PARADIES: E. Sair m: 22 Jan. 1860 (co. mar. index v.2 p.61) to: Electa Burnett


PARADIES: Peter m: 21 Dec. 1876 (co. mar. index v.4 p.112) to: Margaretha Brecker


PARADOWSKA: See BAK


PARADOWSKI: Francis m: 08 Apr 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.158/she isn't on index) to: Magd Yvesk


PARADOWSKI: Paul m: 29 Sept. 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.237) to: Thekla Plotka


PARANTEAU: John Marriage Date: 02 Apr 1865 Vol:03 Page:0019 Vol:A Sequence:12179 to: Sophia Fortier Marriage Date: 02 Apr 1865 Vol:03 Page:0019 Vol:A Sequence:12180


PARANTEAU: John B. m: 2 Apr. 1880 (co. mar. index v.4 p.161


PAREZ: A.L. Tailor 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


PARFITT: Abbie (Mrs.) b: 19 Feb. 1875, Waukegan, Ill./conf. 16 May 1909 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc


PARGE: See MEYER


PARKER: Sanford D. m: 24 Mar. 1902 (co. mar. index v.7 p.205) to: Genevieve M.A. McCoy


PARKHURST: See McREE


PARLAMAN: See William H. Reinholdt bio.


PARLEU: (Divorce - 1878) Parleu, Augusta, vs. Parleu, Fredrick Married 16 September 1867 in Germany. Emigrated six years ago. Two children mentioned, but no names or ages.


PARLIK: Wenzel m: 15 Sept. 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.309) to: Nette Petska


PARMA: Joseph m: 19 Oct 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.320) to: Dorothea Sladky


PARMA: Vencl m: 2 July 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.202) to: Anna Granat (nee) Sladky


PARMAN: Charles H. m: 10 Oct 1889 (co. mar. index v.6 p.5/he is not on index) to: Augusta Bruss


PARMANN: (also have Paarman) See JONAS


PARQUIN: Joseph b: Canada res: French Creek, laborer p: Runers Parqun(sic) and Mary Parqain(sic) m: 18 July 1855 in Kossuth (co. mar. index v.1 p.81) to: Philomene Coseny p: Joseph and Mary Coseny


PARRANDO: See DREW


PARRISH: Isaac H. m: Sept. 30, 1855 to: Caroline H. Cook At Sheboygan, Wis., on the 20th inst., by Rev. G.W. Camp, Isaac H. Parrish, Esq. of Manitowoc, and Miss Caroline H. Cook, of Sheboygan. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, September 27, 1855 P. 3 ****** (also mar. announcement in Manitowoc Herald, 29 Sept. 1855)


PARRISH: See Charles S. Esslinger bio.


PARRODIN: John J. m: 5 Sept. 1869 (co. mar. index v.4 p.32) to: Mary Catherine Mattes


PARSOSKI: Frank m: 08 Sept. 1896 to: Mary Knechtel From Der Nord Westen, 10 Sept. 1896: Marriage Tues. in Town Newton of Frank Parsoski with Miss Mary Knechtel.


PARSTON: George m: 25 May 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.82) to: Mary Niguett


PART: Michael m: 15 Mar. 1860 (co. mar. index v.2 p.73) to: Katharina Kat


PARTCH: Joseph Blackman b: Beaver, Crawford Co., Pa. res: Boardmanstown, Iowa, farmer (newspaper has him from Clayton, Illinois) p: Daniel Meritt Partch and Adaline Partch m: 20 Mar. 1856 at Manitowoc (co. mar. index v.1 p.106) to: Emma Precilla Farley p: Asahel and Precilla Cleveland (mar. announcement in the Manitowoc Herald, 22 Mar. 1856)


PARTELL: See LINDAUN


PARTHI: ???? m: (nee) children: Karl (b. / /18 /bapt. 6/9/1872 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


PARTHIE: Karl m: Karol. Albertine (nee) Schmalz children: Johan August Edward (b. 8/16/1869/bapt. 12/5/1869 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


PARWORTH: Job. (age 25 at marr.) p: Charles and Ella Parworth m: 22 May 1868 (co. mar. index v.4 p.22) to: Alviria J. L. Loyd (age 21 at marr.) p: John and Eliza Loyd


PARWORTH: Job m: Elmira children: Nellie (b. 10 Mar. 1870/bapt. 21 Feb. 1886) Lloyd (b. 27 Feb. 1880/bapt. 5 Sept. 1886) (child. info from record of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc)


PARWORTH: See McMURTRIE


PARZ: Georg Marriage Date: 13 Aug 1879 Vol:02 Page:0515 Vol:A Sequence:12159 to: Mary A Grieshaber Marriage Date: 13 Aug 1879 Vol:02 Page:0515 Vol:A Sequence:12160


PASCH: Frank F. b: Prussia – manager of the County Club, Milwaukee p: August Pasch and Friedericke Temerack m: 03 Oct 1899 civil ceremony at Kiel (co. mar. index v.7 p.69) Witnesses Hedwig Lindner and Chas. Heins to: Mary Henschel (Henshel on index) b: Town of Russell, Sheboygan County p: Adolph Henschel and Katherine Buchmann From Der Nord Westen, 28 Sep. 1899: Marriage License issued for: Frank Pasch of Milwaukee and Mary Henschel of Kiel


PASCHE: See LAGELLE


PASCHEN: Herrison F. (sic) m: 9 April 1907 (co. mar. index v.8 p.36) to: Reba W. Germanson


PASEWALK: A.H. m: 19 Apr 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.188) to: Christine Goullan Married on the 19th last, by the Rev. A. Meixner August H. Pasewalk and Christine Goullon, both of this city. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, April 22, 1884 p.4


PASEWALK: August m: 27 Dec 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.282) to: Martha Salak


PASEWALK: John Charles m: 02 Apr 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.242) to: Anna Kazda From Der Nord Westen, 05 Apr. 1894: Marriage on Mon. of John Pasewalk with Miss Kazda, both from Manitowoc.


PASEWALK: Louis res: Manitowoc m: 10 Nov. 1877 by Justice of the Peace, J. O'Hara to: Emma Frantz res: Centerville From Der Nord Westen, 15 Nov. 1877: Marriage of Louis Pasewalk of Manitowoc, with Emma Frantz of Centreville, on 10 Nov. in Washington House in the 3rd Ward by Justice of the Peace J. O'Hara.


PASEWALK: See NIQUETTE See REITZ


PASHEK: Chas. m: 30 Nov. 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.231) to: Katie Shanda From Der Nord Westen, 28 Nov. 1901 Marriage License obtained: Charles Pashek of Menominee and Katie Shanda of Franklin


PASKA: B.P. Clothing and Furniture 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


PASSEHL: John C.F.L. m: 10 June 1878 (co. mar. index v.4 p.131 to: Mrs Harriet Deran


PASSON: George James m: 11 June 1879 (co. mar. index v.4 p.144) to: Sarah M. Kettell (County Chronicle, June 17, 1879, Tuesday. Married. Posson-Kittell. In Manitowoc, on Wednesday evening, by Rev. Mr. Cellars, Wm. G. Posson of Port Washington and Miss Sarah Kittell.)


PASTERNASKI: See HANDL


PASTERNAZKY: Alexandri (also Alexander Pastonaski) m: Ottilia children: Magdalena Catharina (b. 11 Nov. 1882/bapt. 25 Nov. 1882 St. George Cath. ch.) Ottilia Maria (b. 15 Aug. 1890/bapt. 31 Aug. 1890 St. George Cath. ch.)


PASTERSKI: Antony m: 27 Nov 1882 (co. mar. index v.5 p.155) to: Anna Tauber


PASTIAN: See SCHROEDER


PASTONASKI: See PASTERNAZKY


PASTURNASKI: Alexander m: 5 Aug. 1879 (co. mar. index v.4 p.155)


PASZKO: See LIJEWSKI


PATCHEN: Andrew Jackson., D.D.S. b: 24 Dec. 1830, in Hornby, Steuben Co., New York. (also have b. in Corning, Steuben Co. New York.) p: George (b. 19 Dec 1793) and Phoebe (b. 27 Mar 1795/d: 12 Nov 1897 Manitowoc (Rockwell) Patchen m: 16 June 1849 to: Nancy Mary Kellogg (b. 13 Mar. 1831, Cornwall, Litchfield co., CT/ d. 15 July 1899, Manitowoc p: Dr. James Hovey Kellogg and Emmaline Bierce children: Mrs. R.K. Paine, Ida E., Mrs. D.J. Mahoney and Dr. George W. Patchen. Libby (bapt. 7 Nov. 1873/age 22 yrs. from record of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc) b: Sheboygan Falls 20 Dec. 1850 George Elbert Patchen b: Brothertown, Wis, 12 Jan 1854 d: 1 Mar 1854 Ida Estella (bapt. 10 Apr. 1874/age 18 yrs. from record of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc) b. Fond du Lac 1 July 1855; res in Manitowoc Terah Patchen b. 18 Dec. 1863 Manitowoc; d. 5 Feb 1864 Josie (b. 2 Jan. 1866/bapt. 3 Feb. 1884 from record of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc) George Willis Patchen b: 7 Jun 1871 Manitowoc Ralph Willis Patchen b: 7 Jan 1876 Manitowoc; d: 3 Aug. 1884 Sources: The Kelloggs in the Old World and the New by Timothy Hopkins Vol. I and Vol. II, 1903; The History of Manitowoc County, Dr. Falge; and Records of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc.


PATCHEN: George, Dr. Photo


PATCHEN: George Willis b: 7 June 1871 p: Andrew Jackson and Nancy Mary (Hovey) Patchen m: 04 Jan 1892 (co. mar. index v.6 p.133) to: Grace Ione Barnes p: John W. Barnes and Josephine Norris One child From Der Nord Westen, 07 Jan. 1892: Marriage of Geo. Patchen with Miss Inez Barnes, daughter of John Barnes. The groom is 20 and the bride is 16.


PATCHEN: See MAHONEY See PAINE


PATERSON: John m: 9 Nov. 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.51) to: Clementine L. Robinson Married Paterson - Robinson - Nov 9, 1871, at the residence of the Rev. C. B. Stevens of Manitowoc, and by the same, the Rev. John Paterson, and Miss Clementine L. Robinson; both parties of Cato, Manitowoc county, Wisconsin. Manitowoc Pilot, Nov. 16, 1871


PATERSON: also have Patterson


PATITZ: John Firschtega m: 4 Nov. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.87) to: Elisabeth Miller Marriage of John Patz (sic) to Elizabeth Miller, Centerville Taken from official sources, of those who have become entangled in the matrimonial noose. The time runs from the first of November till date. By statue the official performing the ceremony, is enjoined to file a certificate in the Register's office. We find they are somewhat remiss. Another requirement of law is, that the married couple should file in the Register's office a record of the result, generally within one year from date of marriage. This law is seldom complied with. Manitowoc Tribune, Nov. 12, 1874


PATNODE: See KLINE


PATRATZ: See RUCHOFT


PATRICNY: Filip m: 03 Dec 1889 (co. mar. index v.6 p.16)


PATRICNY: See HOLLAY


PATRICREY: See ZEMAN


PATROKA: Joseph (this marriage is not on index) Marriage Date: 30 Jul 1889 Vol:04 Page:0076 Vol:A Sequence:12397 to: Catharine Tischur Marriage Date: 30 Jul 1889 Vol:04 Page:0076 Vol:A Sequence:12398


PATRZICYNY: Francis b: Bohemia, Europe res: Kewaunee Co. (WI.), farmer p: Josef and Carolina Patrzncyny m: 2 Mar. 1857 at Manitowoc (co. mar. index v.1 p.238) to: Barbara Halama p: Anton and Theresia Halama Last Thursday news reached here of the death of Mrs. Barbara Patrichney at Stanley, Wisconsin. Mrs. Patrichney was born at Eigenbrod, Bohemia December 6, 1840. At the age of fourteen, she came to this country with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Halama and settled on a farm near Greenstreet, Manitowoc county. When eighteen years old she was married to Frank Patrichney and lived on the same farm here up to six years ago. She left here on a visit to her daughters at Boyd and Stanley and while there suffered a paralytic stroke and was bedridden since. The passing away of Mrs. Patrichney leaves a memory of a well spent life. She was always willing to help and no task she could do for others was too much for her. In the early days when doctors and medical aid were scarce she rendered aid to many. She was hard working and like all pioneers suffered the numerous hardships in clearing land and various other things. The funeral was held at Stanley Saturday from the home of her daughter with services at the Catholic church. She is survived by three children, Mrs. Mary Chivala of Boyd, Mrs. Michael Drace of Stanley and Louis, on the old homestead. There are also ten grandchildren and six great grandchildren. A coincidence in her death is that both she and her husband died on Thursday and were buried on a Saturday. Both died in June at the age of 85. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, June 24, 1925 P. 9


PATRZNCYNY: See PATRZICYNY


PATTELPORD: Joel E.W. m: 25 Dec 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.228) to: Ida M. Mott Gibson News: We have the pleasure of mentioning the names of two young ladies who took the advantage of leapyear's privileges before it passed away, Miss Mertie Mott agreed, on Christmas day to embark upon the troubled sea of wedded life with a youing man of Carlton, Wm. Paddleford (sic). Manitowoc Lake Shore Times Tuesday, January 6, 1885 pg. 3


PATTERSON: Isabella see Presbyterian churches


PATTERSON: James see Presbyterian churches


PATTERSON: John m: Isabella children: Catherine Isabella (b. 18 May 1850/bapt. 15 Sept. 1850 from record of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc)


PATTERSON: W.S. Company Plumbing and Heating 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


PATTERSON: also have Paterson


PATZER: C.E. m: 15 Apr 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.216) to: Flora M. Nielson children: Gertrude From Der Nord Westen, 27 Dec. 1906: News arrived from Milwaukee that Miss Gertrude Patzer, daughter of C.E. Patzer, well-known school teacher here, is engaged to George Cassle, who teaches physics and chemistry in a Milwaukee high school. ******** PATZER—NEILSON – At the residence of Wm. Rahr, in this city on Tuesday, April 15th, by C.H. Paulson, J.P., Mr. Conrad E. Patzer and Miss Greta Neilson, all of Manitowoc. Mr. Patzer is principal of the Third Ward school, a young man whose success has been wholly the result of his own efforts and who has not yet, though principal of the graded school, reached the distinction to his profession to which his merits will raise him. Mrs. Patzer is a young lady whose sprightliness and sweet disposition have earned her hosts of friends. She was for a long time connected with the First Ward school, and was a very successful teacher. The Pilot extends congratulations to the young couple and in wishing them a happy future, feels safe in predicting it. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, April 17, 1884 ******** Married on Tuesday, April, 15, by C. Paulus, J.P., Mr. Conrad Patzer and Miss Greta Neilson. Mr. and Mrs. Patzer are well known and highly esteemed here, and have the good wishes of the entire community. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, April 22, 1884 p.4


PATZER: Edward m: 31 Oct. 1857 (co. mar. index v.2 p.283) to: Margaret Baetz


PATZER: Henry m: 26 Dec 1892 (co. mar. index v.6 p.229) to: Lizzie Duebler From Der Nord Westen, 29 Dec. 1892: Marriage of Heinrich Patzer with Miss Lizzie Deubler, daughter of former resident Mr. Joseph Deubler, now of Milwaukee. The marriage was Mon. performed by County Judge Baensch.


PATZOLT: Gustav From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Oakland Stock and Grain Farm. Post Office, Millhome; Section 34, Schleswig Township.


PAUL: Anton G. m: 25 Nov. 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.192) to: Barbara Lemberger From Der Nord Westen, 07 Nov. 1901 Marriage License obtained: Anton G. Paul and Barbara Lemberger both of Cato


PAUL: Auguste confirmed 1862/First German Ev. Luth. ch.


PAUL: Frank Fred m: 17 June 1870 (co. mar. index v.4 p.37)


PAUL: Gottfried m: 30 July 1859 (co. mar. index v.2 p.51) to: Johanna Schulz


PAUL: Gottfried m: 27 Feb. 1861 (co. mar. index v.2 p.110) to: Henriette Backhause


PAUL: Gottfried m: 10 Nov. 1882 (co. mar. index. v.5 p.94) to: M.M. Henriette Goese


PAUL: John m: 12 July 1899 (co. index v.7 p.62) to: Margarete Bowman


PAUL: John m: 4 Feb. 1880 (co. mar. index v.4 p.166)


PAUL: Karl August Hermann b: 22 Sept. 1854 confirmed: 1868/from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville


PAUL: Wilhelmine b. 7 Oct. 1845/confirmed 15 May 1859/First German Ev. Luth. ch.


PAUL: Wm. m: 3 July 1900 (co. mar. index v.7, p.108) to: Bertha Rades


PAUL: Wm. m: 28 May 1907 (co. mar. index v.8 p.44) to: Mrs Maria Seemann


PAUL: See SEEWALD See WAGNER See ZANDER


PAULIN: James Frank m: 20 Jun 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.252) to: Martha Thomatte Tostensen


PAULIS: Frank m: 24 Jan 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.394/he is not on index) to: Barbara Weber


PAULKAR: Martin m: 26 Jan. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.79) to: Teresa Haltz


PAULS: See SCHEUER


PAULSEN: Heman (sic) m: 2 Aug. 1876 (co. mar. index v.4 p.106) to: Sophia Bork


PAULSEN: Jahob Elia m: 27 Jun 1895 (co. mar. index v.6 p.305) to: Maria Sofia Peterson


PAULSEN: John m: 7 Nov. 1879 (co. mar. index v.4 p.151) to: Ida Reinek


PAULSON: Iver m: 27 Nov. 1857 (co. mar. index v.2 p.33) to: Anne M. Jacobson


PAULSON: Knud m: 02 Dec 1890 (co. mar. index v.6 p.71) to: Caroline Olson


PAULSON: See ANUNSON


PAULSTHR: (PAULSDAUGHTER) See GULDBRANDSON See HARALDSON


PAULU: Frank W. m: 19 Sept. 1899 (co. index v.7 p.66) to: Emma Kotick From Der Nord Westen, 14 Sep. 1899: Marriage License issued for: F.W. Paulu of Kewaunee and Emma Kotik of Cooperstown


PAULU: See SCHEUER See WEILEP


PAULUS Bros. Music Store 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


PAULUS: Carl H. b: 19 July 1839 in Germany p: John William Frederick and Sophia Elizabeth (Goeters) Paulus m: 11 Feb. 1871 to: Mary Moldenhauer b: Germany p: Gustav and Henriette (Moritz) Moldenhauer


PAULUS: Carl H. From Der Nord Westen, 15 Feb. 1894: Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Paulus celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary on Sun., 11 Feb. The couple has lived here since 1866.


PAULUS: Carl H From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Land, Loan, Collection, Insurance, and Notary Public.


PAULUS: Carl Hermann m: 11 Feb. 1869 (co. mar. index v.4 p.21)


PAULUS: Herman G. m: 24 July 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.350) to: Cathy Engeldinger children: Mira/b. Nov. 14, 1888/d. Nov. 22, 1962/from obit in Evergreen cem. Manitowoc Thelma John Norman Ella Esther Female (Note: Above Names of children from Mira's obit) Romeo Paulus birth: 10 May 1898 St.Nazianz, Wis. death: 16 May 1898 St. Nazianz, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin burial: Louis Corners, Wis. residence: 1898 St.Nazianz father: H.G. Paulus mother: Katie Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 ******** From Der Nord Westen, 29 July 1886: Marriage of Hermann Gustav Paulus of Brillion, with Miss Kathy Engeldinger of Manitowoc (no date given) in the private home of M. Kettenhofen, by County Judge Carl H. Schmidt. The couple will make their home in Brillion. Mr. PAULUS is a veterinarian doctor and his bride is the sister of Mrs. Kettenhofen.


PAULUS: Karl m: Marie nee Moldenhauer children: Emilie (b. 15 Jan 1870/bapt. 11 July 1870/sponsors: Gustav Moldenhauer and wife, Friedr. Lippmann and wife) Emma Anna Luise Mathilde (b. 13 Dec 1871/bapt. 12 Jan 1873/sponsors: Anna Wehausen, Mathilde Nagel, Louis Moldenhauer) (from Trinity Lutheran ch. records, Liberty twp.)


PAULUS: Walter M. (Walter William Paulus on co. mar. index) res: Manitowoc, music dealer b: 18 June 1876 at Manitowoc p: Carl Herman and Mary (Moldenhauer) Paulus of Manitowoc m: 29 Sept. 1902 at Manitowoc St. James Epis. ch.(co. mar. index v.7 p.236) wit: Ernst Brisch, Clara M. Paulus to: Ella Netta Hess of Manitowoc (Ella Meta Hess on co. mar. index) b: 6 Aug. 1880 p: William John and Flora (Williams) Hess of Manitowoc


PAULUS: Walter William b: 18 June 1875 at Manitowoc/bapt. Germ. Luth./conf. 26 June 1904 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc


PAULUS: See Henry Esch bio. See Henry Goedjen bio.


PAULY: Anthony P. m: 10 Jul 1895 (co. mar. index v.6 p.309) to: Freda Schneider


PAULY: William H. b: 15 Aug. 1886, in Port Washington, WI. p: Nicholas and Lucille Pauly. m: None given.


PAULY: See BLESER


PAUSCH: John m: 1 Feb. 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.96) to: Catherine Veth


PAUTZ: Augustus Friedrick b: Germany res: Newton, farmer p: Carl and Louise Pautz m: 22 July 1855 at Manitowoc (co. mar. index v.1 p.80) to: Louise Wilhelmine F. Fensko (also spelled Fenzke/Fenskow) p: John and Fredrika Fensko children: Ferdinand Eduard, b. 18 July 1868/bapt. 18 July 1868) Friedrich Albert (b. Aug. 1870, Liberty/bapt. Sept. 1870) Gerhard Emiel Reinhard, b. 25 Oct. 1872, Liberty/bapt. 7 Mar. 1873) (child. info from records of Methodist Episc. ch.)


PAUTZ: Bernhard R. G. m: 25 Dec 1891 (co. mar. index v.6 p.132) to: Alvina S. E. Kohn Photo I believe is Alvina


PAUTZ: Carl m: 14 Jan. 1854 by Wm. Sageur, J.P., wit: Wilhelm Pautz and August Pautz (co. mar. index) to: Frederika Wallschlaeger


PAUTZ: Carl m: Wilhelmine nee Wallschlaeger children: Emilie Wilhelmine Ulrike (b. 11 Sept 1854/bapt. 19 Nov 1854/Trinity Lutheran ch., Liberty) Sponsors: Wilhelm Pautz, Friederike Wallschlaeger


PAUTZ: Charles m: 19 Aug 1882 (co. mar. index v.5 p.218) to: Hatty Weller


PAUTZ: Charles 1875 news article


PAUTZ: Ernst W. m: 05 Feb 1898 (co. mar. index v.6 p.441) to: Ernstine Rusch


PAUTZ: Ferdinand m: 10 Oct. 1858 (co. mar. index v.2 p.19) to: Bertha Selle


PAUTZ: Ferdinand m: 23 May 1889 (co. mar. index v.5 p.449) to: Agnes Calfisch


PAUTZ: Fred From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and Stock Breeder Post Office, Manitowoc; Section 5, Manitowoc Township.


PAUTZ: Fredrick m: 25 Nov. 1861 (co. mar. index v.2 p.128) to: Fredrika Hubner


PAUTZ: Friederich m: 13 May 1865 (co. mar. index v.2 p.283) to: Emilie Hubner


PAUTZ: G.A. b: Schoenhagen res: Newton p: Carl Pautz and Louis Letto m: 6 Dec. 1857 at Newton (co. mar. index v.1 p.212) to: F.C.T. Stege p: G.M. Stege and A.W. Wolframmer


PAUTZ: Gottlieb m: 26 Dec 1889 (co. mar. index v.6 p.19/she is 25 Dec) to: Augusta Diekert From Der Nord Westen, 02 Jan. 1890: Marriage of Gottlieb Pautz of Newton, with Miss Augusta Dickert in the home of the bride's uncle Carl Liebert in Town Manitowoc on 25 Dec. by Justice of the Peace Heinrich Koch.


PAUTZ: Gotthelf m: 15 July 1863 (co. mar. index v.2 p.270) to: Emilie F. Sturm


PAUTZ: Heinrich A.S. m: 10 Aug. 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.74) m: Caroline Dorot. Johannes children: Otto (b. 18 May 1874) Reinhold (b. 5 Nov. 1876) Heinrich (b. 14 Mar. 1870) (child. info from records of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


PAUTZ: Henry F. m: 05 Jun 1895 (co. mar. index v.6 p.303) to: Clara M. Bahr


PAUTZ: Herman Wilhelm m: 31 Mar 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.239) to: Wilhelmine Marquardt


PAUTZ: John O.F. m: 23 Nov 1889 (co. mar. index v.6 p.13) to: Elisa W.M. Hahn


PAUTZ: O.W. b. WI 1894 Farmer S. 5 Eaton, Collins m. Martha Olm Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


PAUTZ: Wilhelm m: Louise Dolzmann children: Carl Ferdinand Wilhelm (b. 6 Apr. 1853/bapt. 1 May 1853 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)


PAUTZ: See BOTTGER See DENWAY See August Eberhard bio. See FISCHER See GAEDKE See GRIMM See HAESE See HOYER See KASCH See KOLANCHEK See LEMKE See LORENZ See John Schreihart bio. See SCHULTZ


PAUZLE: Albert m: 5 Dec. 1876 (co. mar. index v.4 p.110) to: Caroline Severt


PAVEK: Frank J. m: 15 Jul 1893 (co. mar. index v.6 p.209) to: Anna Chupita


PAVLIK: Wenzel m: 15 Sep 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.309) to: Nette Petska


PAVLOWICH: Michael m: Rosalie Kazmerczek children: Martha (b. 19 Nov. 1877, Manitowoc/d. 21 April 1956/m. Paul Klucheski)


PAVLOWICH: Walter m: Priscilla Bomski (b. 2 Feb. 1894, Eaton/d. 16 Apr. 1956, Manitowoc/ p. Lawrence Bomski and Julia Sadowicz) Wedding photo (contributed by researcher/see contributors page)


PAVLOWICH: See BOMSKI See KLUCHESKI


PAVOLISH: See DOLEZAL


PAWLICEK: Joseph m: Elisabeth children: Ana (b. 22 July 1870/bapt. 8 Aug. 1870 St. Fidelis Cath. ch.)


PAWLICZEK: Francis (also Pawlicek) m: Maria children: Rudolph (b. 25 July 1869/bapt. 1 Aug. 1869 St. George Cath. ch.) Maria Albina Veronica (b. 1 Nov. 1870/bapt. 8 Dec. 1870 St. George Cath. ch.)


PAWLISCH: Francis m: 12 Nov. 1860 (co. mar. index v.2 p.228) to: Anna Hanek


PAWLITZKE: Karl Adolph (also Pawlitzki) b: Germany –workman in Two Rivers p: William Pawlitzki and Juliana Weischt m: 03 Aug 1886 in Lutheran ceremony, Two Rivers (co. mar. index v.5 p.305) Witnesses Ed Stoelberg, John Gesell and Henry Hartung to: Emilie Fr.L. Timm b: Germany p: Carl Fr. H. Timm and Louise Dor. Reneke


PAWLITZKI: William H. m: 28 Dec 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.86) to: Emma C. Langenkamp From Der Nord Westen, 21 Dec. 1899: Marriage License issued for: Wm. Parolitzki of Tisch Mills and Emma Langenkamp of Manitowoc. From Der Nord Westen, 04 Jan 1900: Marriage Thurs last week of William Pawlitzki of Tisch Mills with Miss Emma Langenkamp of Manitowoc.


PAWLITZKE: See Henry John Schmitt bio.


PAYLE: See CLARK


PAYMENT: Al. m: 11 Jan. 1900 (co. mar. index v.7 p.86) to: Maggie Cooper


PAYTON: Jas. article from newspaper Back to top