WIANA: Wencel m: 10 Feb. 1861 (co. mar. index v.2 p.233) to: Sulwila Hlawacek
WIB: Anton (state microfiche has Wit) m: 4 Feb. 1879 (co. mar. index v.4 p.142) to: Anna Reindl
WICICHOWSKI: John m: 30 July 1906 (co. mar. index v.7 p.455) to: Rosa Jagodzinske
WICICHOWSKI: See RANK
WICK: Francis m: 19 Jan. 1868 (co. mar. index v.4 p.11) to: Monica Aumann
WICK: Franz m: 19 Jan. 1868 (co. mar. index v.4 p.54) to: Monika Aumann
WICK: also have Wicke See MUELLER
WICKARD: Jacob b: Germany res: French Creek p: Joseph and Anna Maria Wickard m: 15 Aug. 1854 at Manitowoc Rapids (co. mar. index v.1 p.41) to: Elisabeth Theysen p: Petrus and Elisabeth Theysen (mar. announcement in Manitowoc Herald, 26 Aug. 1854)
WICKARD: Also have Wikard See SEIBEL
WICKE: August From Der Nord Westen, 26 Oct. 1893: Mr. and Mrs. August Wicke of Town Manitowoc Rapids, celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary on Mon. with many guests.
WICKE: August m: 15 Nov. 1895 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg (co. mar. index v.6 p.339) to: Emma (nee) Hoefke
WICKE: August confirmed: 29 Mar. 1885 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: August (see Heinrich August Wicke) m: Sophie (nee) Strade children: Wilhelm Hermann August (b. 6/25/1869/bapt. 6/26/1869) August Louis Karl (b. 7/27/1871/bapt. 9/10/1871/mother Strate) Hermann Simon Friedrich Wilhelm (b. 11/1/1873/bapt. 12/7/1873/mother Strate) Hermine Louise Helene (b. 3/14/1876/bapt. 6/4/1876) Heinrich Simon August (b. 3/27/1878/bapt. 4/21/1878) Ida Charlotte Louise (b. 5/22/1882/bapt. 7/25/1882) (this entry from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: Carl Friedrich Wilhelm (also Karl Frederick Wilhelm) m: Charlotte Sophia Louise Maria (nee) Bremer children: Johann August Wilhelm (b. 6/2/1865/bapt. 7/2/1865 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg/d. 31 Jan. 1919, Manitowoc Rapids/m. Henrietta Stockmeyer) Sophia Charlotte Katherine Dorothea (b. 1 May 1868, Manitowoc Rapids/ d. 21 June 1945, Green Bay, Brown co., WI/ m. Fredrick Christoph Heinrich Johann Bauch) Meta Marie Ernstine (b. 2 July 1878, Manitowoc Rapids/d. 22 May 1929, Manitowoc/m. Henry Bauch) Bertha Ida Marie (b. 5 Feb. 1880, Manitowoc Rapids/d. 19 Oct. 1949/ m. Wilhelm Carl Heinrich Friedrich Bauch)
WICKE: Emma confirmed: 30 Mar. 1890 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: Heinrich confirmed: 30 Mar. 1890 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: Heinrich confirmed: 01 Apr. 1892 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: Heinrich August (See August Wicke) m: 23 Oct. 1868 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg (co. mar. index v.4 p.23) to: Sophie Helene Henriette (nee) Strade
WICKE: Helena confirmed: 14 Apr. 1889 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: Hermann confirmed: 25 Mar. 1888 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: Johann August Wilhelm m: Henrietta Stockmeyer children: Gustav August Carl Christof (b. 26 Mr. 1891, Manitowoc Rapids/ d. 21 June 1980, Manitowoc Rapids/m. Emma B. Schmidt) Maria Louise Sophia (b. 15 July 1892, Manitowoc Rapids/ d. 5 Oct. 1932, Manitowoc/m. Fred Heinz)
WICKE: John F.W. m: 27 Dec. 1866 (co. mar. index v.4 p.2) (also Johan Friedrich W. Wicke - co. mar. index v.6 p.89) to: Dorothea C. Bremer
WICKE: Karl confirmed: 1 Apr. 1881 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: Karl m: Luise (nee) Bremer (also Louise) children: Karl Johann Wilhelm (b. 10/14/1866/bapt. 11/18/1866) Sophie Catherine (b. 5/1/1868/bapt. 5/3/1868) Luise Sophie (b. 5/21/1870/bapt. 7/10/1870) Marie Luise Sophie (b. 3/14/1872/bapt. 4/28/1872) Mina Maria Dorothea (b. 8/6/1873/bapt. 10/5/1873) Ida Caroline Louise (b. 1/15/1875/bapt. 3/31/1875/mother Louise) Metha Marie Ernstine (b. 7/2/1878/bapt. 8/4/1878/mother Louise) Bertha Ida (b. 2/5/1880/bapt. 4/7/1880/mother Louise) Ernst Heinrich Friedrich (b. 12/8/1881/bapt. 2/19/1882/mother Louise) (this entry from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: Karl m: Dorothea (nee) Bremer children: Emma Maria (b. 2/6/1877/bapt. 2/19/1877 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: Karl Fr. Wilh. m: 19 Feb. 1865 (co. mar. index v.3 p.43) to: Charlotte L. Bremer (b. 15 Feb. 1842, Schaumburg-Lippi, Germany/ d. 5 Jan. 1901, Manitowoc co.)
WICKE: Louise confirmed: 6 Apr. 1884 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: Metha confirmed: 01 Apr. 1892 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: Sophie confirmed: 1 Apr. 1881 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: Wilhelm confirmed: 6 Apr. 1879 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: Wilhelm confirmed: 6 Apr. 1884 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: Wilhelm m: Henriette (nee) Hockmeyer children: Anna Ida Louise (b. 7/14/1898/bapt. 8/7/1898 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: Wilhelm m: Henriette (nee) Stockmeier children: Lina Bertha Metha (b. 1/15/1900/bapt. 2/26/1900 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: William. J. m: 19 Apr 1890 (co. mar. index v.6 p.32) to: Sophie H. Stockmeier
WICKE: William m: Henriette (nee) Stockmeyer children: Auguste Dorothea Bertha Henriette (b. 9/18/1901/bapt. 9/19/1901 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WICKE: See BAUCH See FISCHER See GOODMAN See STOCKMEYER
WICKENSPERG: See Theodore William Schreiber bio.
WICKER: See DAVIDSON
WICKERSHEIM: Friedrich m: Catharine Popp children: Maria Louise (b. 1 Sept. 1867 in Rantoul, Calumet co., Wis.,/ bapt. 20 Oct. 1867 at St. John-St. James Evang. Luth., Reedsville)
WICKERT: Edward m: 13 July 1903 (co. mar. index v.7 p.285) to: Catherine Zimmer
WICKERT: Jacob m: 22 Jun 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.304) to: Magdalena M. Calmus Marriage of Jacob Wickert with Miss Helena Calmus, both of Manitowoc on 22 June in the Catholic Church. Der Nord Westen, 24 June 1886 ***** Jacob Wickert of this city was married on Tuesday to Miss Henrietta Kulmas. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, June 24, 1886 pg. 3
WICKERT: See SEIBEL
WICKLEM: Nathaniel b: Illinois res: Two Rivers p: James and Hannah W. Wicklem m: 26 Dec. 1853 at Two Rivers by H.L. Allen - Justice of the Peace (co. mar. index v.1 p.26) Witnesses: Julius Rasson, Burton Rowley to: Abigal Rowley p: Peter and Alice Rowley
WICKS: See SCHREINER
WIDDER: Heinrich T.H. (Henarite T.H. on index) b: Born Town of Sheboygan, Farmer in Town of Sheboygan p: Herman Widder and Karoline m: 17 Nov 1889 Reformed Church, Kiel (co. mar. index v.6 p.19 for him/she is 16 Nov. v.6 p.20) Witnesses Karl Pichruhn and Herman Zimmermann to: Emilie Pickruhn (Pickruten on index) b: Town of Schleswig p: Karl Pickruhn and Anna Nadler From Der Nord Westen, 21 Nov. 1889: (From the correspondent in Kiel, 18 Nov.) Marriage of the daughter of Mr. Pickeruhn, an old settler of Schleswig, Sat., 16 Nov. (describes the party but fails to mention the names of the parties getting married.)
WIDDER: Karl m: 4 Dec. 1887 (co. mar. index v.5 p.381) to: Emily C. Mayer
WIEBOLD: Chas. b. 12 Sept. 1857/confirmed 7 April 1872/First German Ev. Luth. ch.
WIEBOLD: F. Wilhelm m: Louise (nee) Sachse children: Karl Gottlieb Heinrich (b. 9/4/1854/bapt. 10/10/1857 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WIEBOLD: P. Wilhelm m: 4/24/1857 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg to: Louise (nee) Sachse
WIEBOLD: W. Peter (also listed Peter Wilhelm/also see Wieboldt, P.W.) b: Nordleda, Hanover res: Newton p: Peter W. and Maria Dorothea Wiebold m: 24 Apr. 1857 at Newton (co. mar. index v.1 p.188) to: Louise F.M.Ch. Sachs p: Johann G. and F.M.E. Sachs children: Peter Wilhelm (b. 10 Sept. 1858/bapt. 10 Sept. 1858 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)
WIEBOLD: Wilhelm m: Louise (nee) Sachs children: Wilhelm Hermann Ludwig (b. 5/22/1875/bapt. 6/11/1876 from record of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WIEBOLD: See SCHURR
WIEBOLDT: P.W.(also see Wiebold, W. Peter) b: 11 Feb. 1836, in Hanover, Germany m: 1855 to: Louisa Saxe children: 2 sons, 1 dau. From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Justice of the Peace.
WIEBOLDT: Wm. H. m: 10 May 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.51) to: Elisabeth LeClaire HE GOT THE FIRST. William Wieboldt Takes Out License to Wed Miss Libbie LeClair. Love laughs at everything but the newspaper ferret. Willie Wieboldt, the genial assistant at Judge Craite's Justice shop never considered the newspaper men when he applied to clerk Maresh for a license to wed. For some time Willie has been preparing for the celbration of a happy event, and was satisfied, in his own mind that no one was next to his secret. It has been an open book to the HERALD man for weeks past and with the exception of the date, nothing was missing. The groom-to-be has been putting in all of his spare moments making purchases and the fact that he made frequent calls at a certain Marshall street residence, gave rise to the belief that he contemplated matrimony. Nothing definite could be learned until Friday, when Mr. Weiboldt applied to clerk Maresh for a license to wed Miss Libbie LeClaire. It was the first license issued under the True law and Willie departed happy in the consciousness of having been able to "get one on his friends." A few minutes after his departure the HERALD man was "there" and but for the missing date, the laugh would have been on the other side. The ceremony will be solemnized at the home of the bride's mother on Marshall street Wednesday evening and the couple will take up their abode at the home already prepared by the groom. Both young people are well and favorable known and have innumberable friends who will extend well wishes. Manitowoc Daily Herald, May 8, 1899 ******* JOYS OF LIFE. William Wieboldt Joins the Ranks of the Benedicts. The marriage of Mr. William Wieboldt to Miss Elizabeth LeClaire was soleminized at the home of the bride's mother on Marshall street at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Rev. Father Peil officiated and only near relatives of the contracting parties were present. Immediately after the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served and a celebration in honor the happy event followed. Both young people are well known and have countless friends who will wish them all the joy that can be crowded into two lives. The groom is the assistant at Judge Craite's office and is a young man of exemplary habits, possessing all the attributes necessary for a good husband. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Mary StClair (sic). The family formerly resided at Two Rivers and moved to this city some time ago. She is an accomplished young lady, in every way fitted to make life happy to the man of her choice. The HERALD wishes for Mr. and Mrs. Wieboldt all the joys of life and a happy and prosperous journey. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, May 11, 1899 P. 1 ***** Mr. Wm. H. Wieboldt and Miss Libbie LeClaire, both of this city were married yesterday, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Mr. Peil. Mr. Weiboldt is clerk of Municipal court and a young man of sterling qualities. His bride was formerly a resident of Two Rivers. They are the first couple to whom a marriage license was issued in this county. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, May 11, 1899 pg. 5
WIECZOREK: See Rev. Stanislaus J. Kubiszewski bio.
WIEDEMANN: See RUTHERFORD See also WIEDMAN
WIEDEMEYER: Andreas m: Katharine born Schneiser children: Wilhelmine (b. 16 May 1857/bapt. 4 Apr. 1858 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)
WIEDENHEFT: Gottlieb m: Johanne children: August Johann (b. 11 July 1868/bapt. 19 July 1868 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)
WIEDENHOFT: Albert confirmed 1863/First German Ev. Luth. ch.
WIEDENHOFT: Heinrich m: Charlotte born Just children: Johanne Wilhelmine Karoline (b. 10 July 1856/bapt. 11 July 1856 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)
WIEDENHOFT: Heinrich (widower)(co. mar. index Wiedenhoeff) p: Gottlieb & Charlotte (Rush) Wiedenhoft of Pommern m: 2 Dec. 1862, First Ger. Evang. Luth. Ch. (co. mar. index v.2 p.155) to: Wilhelmine Kunkel p: Johann & Maria (Raumann) Kunkel of Westpreussen
WIEDENHOFT: See WEGNER
WIEDMAN: See HARGRAVES
WIEGAND: Carl R.G. m: Christiana Fredericke Hamann Mevis children: Wilhelmine (b. abt. 1850, Centerville) Ernestine Hermine P. (b. 1852, Centerville/d. 1889) Carl R.G., Jr. (b. 25 Apr. 1854, Centerville/d. 11 Apr. 1872, Centerville) Louis Paul (b. 24 May 1856, Centerville/d. 10 Sept. 1932/m. Agnes Lutze) Henry F. (b. Apr. 1858, Centerville/d. 10 Dec. 1939/m. Ernestine Hauenstein) Otto Oscar (b. 9 July 1859, Centerville/d. 17 May 193?/m. Anna Schultz, Tina Ruckert) Louisa (b. 1863, Centerville/m. Henry Siggelkow Laura Marie (b. 23 Sept. 1865, Centerville/d. 9 June 1950)
WIEGAND: Louisb: 24 May 1856 p: Carl and Frederica (Hamman) Wiegand m: 1 Feb. 1881 (co. mar. index v.5 p.10) to: Agnes Lutze p: Gottlieb Lutze children: Otto, Alvina, Emma, Anita, Agnes, Kurt, Louise, and Lydia and Hilda (twins). Hilda (Wiegand) Kolb/b. 03 June 1900/d. Jan. 1971/in cem. #61 Lydia (Wiegand) Brehm/b. 03 June 1900/from Hilda Kolb obit in #61
WIEGAND: Louis From Der Nord Westen, 08 Feb. 1906: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wiegand in Town Centerville celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary with friends on Thursday last week.
WIEGAND: Otto m: 27 Apr 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.294) to: Anna Schulz OTTO O. WIEGAND During thirty years of residence in Shawano county, Mr. Wiegand has had a very busy career, has been identified with various useful activities in the city, and in recent years his time and services have been required in the public interests. He was a member of the Legislature, session of 1891 and 1892. He is now the efficient county clerk of Shawano county, in his second term, having been elected on the Republican ticket, and taking office in January, 1911. He was reelected in November, 1912. Prior to that he acted as deputy county clerk nine months during 1910, and before that served as supervisor of assessments of Shawano county. He was first appointed to that office by the tax commission in August, 1905, and was formally elected by the county board of supervisors in 1907. Mr. Wiegand has had his home in the city of Shawano since 1888, and in the county since 1884. His native place was Manitowoc, Wisconsin, where be was born on a farm July 9, 1860, a son of Carl and Fredericka (Hamann) Wiegand, both natives of Germany. The father, a substantial farmer who died in 1871, came to America during the decades of the forties and located in Wisconsin in 1848, the year in which the territory became a state. His home was in Manitowoc county. The mother preceded her husband to Manitowoc county by a few months. She had married in Germany Mr. Mortz Mavis, who died soon after they settled in Wisconsin, and she then married Mr. Wiegand. Her death occurred in 1895. Otto 0. Wiegand spent his boyhood on the home farm in Manitowoc county, getting his education in the country schools, and also attending the Oslikosh Normal. His educational equipment fitted him for work as a teacher, and he was thus engaged for three years in Manitowoc county and one year in Shawano county. During his residence in Manitowoc county, he acquired an interest in a cheese factory and in 1884 moved to Shawano county to establish a cheese factory in the town of Washington. That venture did not prove a success, and was abandoned after two seasons. For two seasons following Mr. Wiegand conducted a sawmill and taught school one winter. Moving into the city of Shawano he bought an interest in the Shawano County Advocate, one of the well known local newspapers, and was identified with its management and editorial control for ten years. Selling out he went into the telephone business, establishing an independent line in Shawano county. He was manager of the Independent Company for two years, at the end of which time he sold out and resumed the management of the Advocate for Mr. M.J. Wallrich. A year later he went into the canning business, and was connected with that work three years until his appointment as supervisor of assessments diverted him from private business to public affairs. Mr Wiegand has been twice married. In 1886 he married Miss Anna Schultz of the town of Two Rivers in Manitowoc county. She died in 1896 leaving two children, Edna and Oscar. In 1905 Mr. Wiegand was united in marriage with Alberta Rueckert of the town of Washington, Shawano county. Their four children are: Ashley, Grace, Alberta, and Pearl. Fraternally Mr. Wiegand is affiliated with the Knights of Pythias. "Wisconsin: It's Story and Biography, 1848-1913" Volume 5 by Ellis Baker Usher, Chicago and New York, Lewis Pub. Co., 1914,Pages 1128-1129
WIEGAND: See KLESSIG See Town Histories/Saint Wendel See VOLAND
WIEGART: Walter occu: Labor, City of Two Rivers b: Two Rivers p: Heinrich Wiegart and Mirririe Ole(hard to read) m: 8 Sept. 1902 at Two Rivers, Lutheran ceremony by Rev. Chris T. Daehler witnesses: Joseph Naidle, Henry Wiegart (co. mar. index v.7 p.234) to: Anna Naidle b: Franklin, Manitowoc county p: Joseph and Barbara Naidle
WIEGART: Also have Wieghart
WIEGBOLD: See SCHURR
WIEGERT: Johann Christian Frederick b: 26 Sept. 1836, Mecklenberg/d. 17 Oct. 1904 m: Ernstine Wilh. Fischer (also Fisher) b: 16 Oct. 1835, Germany/d. 28 Apr. 1911 children: Vitus Ernst (b. 15 June 1874, Manitowoc Rapids, d. 14 July 1933, Cato/m. Emma Klann
WIEGERT: Vitus E. b: 1874, WI m: 26 Sept. 1900 (co. mar. index v.7 p.120) to: Emma Klann
WIEGERT: Vitus E. b: 1874, Wis. Farmer, Served as School Clerk and Township Assessor S. 11 Cato, Cato m: Emma Klann Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago
WIEGERT: William Carl(also Wilhelm) b: 6 July 1867, in Illinois/d. 23 May 1923 p: Fred and Ernstina Wiegert m: 27 Feb. 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.395) to: Mary Fredericke Hansen (Maria on co. mar. index) b: 28 Aug. 1871, in Manitowoc Co./d. 27 Jan. 1952 p: Christian and Annie Hansen Children: Freda, Arline, Frederick, Isadore, Laura and Belinda.
WIEGHART: Heinrich C. m: 14 Mar 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.237) to: Henricka W. Rennegate
WIEGHART: Also have Wiegart See SCHMEICHEL
WIEGLAND: Otto b: 1882, Wis. Farmer and Breeder of Pure Bred Jersey Cattle and Hampshire Hogs Ex-School Clerk, S. 30 Centerville, Cleveland, b. 1882, Wis. m: Flora Toepel Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago
WIEGNER: See EMMERT
WIEHR: Wenzl m: 26 Mar. 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.121) to: Antonia Nesvacil
WIEKE: Albert C.J. m: 13 Jan. 1883 (co. mar. index. v.5 p.105) to: Johana M.W. Krahn
WIELAND: Otto m: 29 Jan. 1897 (St. Wendel Cath. ch.) to: Margareta Fox (also Maria Margaret) p: Nicolai Fox and Maria Maas children: Otto Nicolaus (b. 4 July 1899/bapt. 19 July 1899 St. Wendel Cath. ch..mother Maria Margaret) From Der Nord Westen, 28 Jan. 1897: Marriage in St. Wendel, Town Centerville, Tues. last week, of Mr. Wieland with Miss Margaretha Fox, by Pastor Dejalle.
WIELAND: Wilhelm m: Alma Ella Schuette (b. 24 July 1887, Manitowoc/d. 4 Feb. 1944, Chicago, IL/ cause: cerebral hemorrhage)
WIELLMER: Christian m: 18 Aug. 1863 (co. mar. index v.2 p.195) to: Anna Miller
WIEMANN: See HANSEN
WIENKE: Albert confirmed: 11 Apr. 1877 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WIENKE: Albert b: Town Liberty, farmer p: Ludwig Wienke and Friederike Leuden m: 11 Oct. 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.320) to: Bertha Liermann (Lermann on co. mar. index) b: Eberstein, Pomerania, Prussia p: August Liermann and Laura Knickriehm children: Louis Wm. August (b. 4 Dec 1892 in Tn. Liberty/bapt. 15 Dec 1892/sponsors: Wm. Otto, Louis Wienke, Mrs. Wm. Otto)(His obituary is in Evergreen cem.) Emil Hermann Fritz (b 17 June 1894 in Tn. Liberty/bapt. 18 June 1894/ sponsors: Friedr. Maass, Fritz Hacker, Mrs. Wilhelmine Hacker/Pastor H. C. Zarwell) (children from Trinity Lutheran ch. records, Liberty twp.)
WIENKE: Hermann confirmed: 18 Apr. 1886 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WIENKE: Ida confirmed: 1 Apr. 1881 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WIENKE: Karl Friedrich Wilhelm b: Kueltz, Pomerania, Prussia p: Ferdinand Wienke and Mina Borad m: 26 July 1883 in parsonage at Newton (co. mar. index v.5 p.134) Wit: Karl Conrad, Ida Wienke, Gustav Wienke, Dorothea Conrad. to: Charlotte Conrad b: Town Rapids p: Friedrich Conrad and Elisabeth Hahn
WIENKE: Wilhelm (see Wilhelm Winke) m: Charlotte nee Konrad children: Adolph Karl Ludwig (b. 16 Feb 1885/bapt. 25 May 1885/sponsors: Karl Schulz, Ludwig Wienke, Wilhelmine Wienke) Julius August Wilhelm (b. 26 July 1886/bapt. 12 Sept 1886/sponsors: Julius Luebke, Emma Luebke, August Svermann) Alvine Emilie Louise (b. 2 Oct 1887/bapt. 6 Nov 1887/sponsors: Emilie Lindemann, Elizabeth Conrad, Wilhelm Otto) Elmer Herm. Carl (b. 17 Oct 1892 in Tn. Cato/bapt. 13 Nov 1892/sponsors: Carl Lindemann, Herm. Wienke, Bertha Genz/Pastor H. C. Zarwell) Oscar August Friedrich (b. 11 Sept 1894 in Tn. Liberty/bapt. 30 Sept 1894/ sponsors: Miss Auguste Otto, Julius Jacob) (from Trinity Lutheran ch. records, Liberty twp.)
WIENKE: Wm. From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and stock breeder. Born in Germany 1857. Wife born in Manitowoc Rapids 1865. Married in 1881. Three children. Ferdinand Wienke and wife born in Germany. Came to America 1873. Settled farm 1881. Post Office, Clark's Mills; Section 29, Cato Township.
WIENKE: Also have Weinke See LINDEMANN
WIES: See SEEHAFER
WIESE: Emma Helen Smith and Emma Wiese
Helen Smith is on the left and Emma is on the right. Photo courtesy of the Two Rivers Historical Society
WIESE: Frank H. m: 24 Nov 1904 (co. mar. index v.7 p.362) to: Emma Smackles Marriage Licenses: Marriage licenses were issued during the week to the following: Frank H. Wiese and Mrs. Lucy Smackles, both of Two Rivers. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, December 1, 1904 pg. 1 ***** Local and Personal: Miss Emma Smackles and Frank Wiese were united in marriage at Two Rivers on Thursday. Judge Chloupek performed the ceremony. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, December 1, 1904 pg. 5
WIESE: See LORING See WORDEL
WIESECKEL: Bartolomaus m: 13 Mar 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.287) to: Emilie Kistner
WIESENBORN: See EHRENDRICH
WIESENER: George m: 15 Mar. 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.216) to: Wilhelmine Kroll
WIESENER: Also have Weisener/Wiesner See HOLSCHBACH
WIESENHAGEN: Karl m: 14 Nov 1891 (co. mar. index v.6 p.120) to: Emma P.A. Lindner
WIESLER: See GUTMAN
WIESLING: See THUERWAECHTER
WIESMANN: See HANSEN
WIESNER: Adam m: 28 Oct. 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.316) to: Lena Fricke
WIESNER: George b: 5 Jan. 1828, Bohemia/d. 7 Dec. 1905 m: Elizabeth Gruber b: 20 July 1832/d. 28 Apr. 1905
WIESNER: Joseph m: 28 Jan 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.38) to: Maggie Brunig
WIESNER: Louis m: 23 Feb 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.395) to: Lilly Coutley
WIESNER: See HILL See KAPITAN See WITEK
WIETING: Carl b: Volcottville, New York –farmer p: Joachim and Sophia Wieting m: 27 Mar 1884 in religious ceremony, Town of Schleswig (co. mar. index v.5 p.186) to: Louise Schilling Photo b: Town of Schleswig p: Philipp and Christina Schilling
WIETING: Edwin b: 1882, Wis. Farmer and Breeder of Thoroughbred Holstein-Friesan Cattle S. 17 Schleswig, Kiel, 1897 m: Emma Schroeder Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago
WIETING: See SCHMID
WIGAND: Peter m: 07 July 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.413) to: Lydia Bierhaus Mrs. Peter Wigand, 78, former resident of Manitowoc, died Tuesday at Bethesda Nursing Home, Sheboygan, following an illness of three months. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Ballhorn Funeral Chapel, Sheboygan, the Rev. August Grallnus officiating. Burial will be in Wildwood Cemetery. Mrs. Wigand, nee Lydia Bierhaus, was born Oct. 4, 1874, at Newton where she was married to Peter Wigand in 1897. They settled in Sheboygan and in 1907 moved to a farm near Newton. The couple then returned to Sheboygan to reside in 1934. Survivors include the husband, five daughters, Mrs. Clarence Strassburger of Millersville, Pa., Mrs. Gilbert Feld of Sheboygan, Mrs. Walter Scherry of Indianapolis, Ind., Mrs. Arthur Kretzmann of Hubbard, Ia., and Mrs. Henry Mattfeld of Milwaukee; two sons, Carl of Newton and Paul of Paradise, Pa.; five sisters, Mrs. Conrad Iffert of St. Joseph, Mo., Mrs. Edward Ulrich of Winside, Neb., Mrs. Fred Puls of Norfolk, Neb., Mrs. Fred Wicker and Mrs. Paul Graeber of Sheboygan; 14 grandchildren and a great grandchild. Friends may call at the funeral home from Thursday noon until the hour of services Friday afternoon. Manitowoc Herald Times, Wednesday, July 23, 1952 P.16 ********* Wigand Dies at 104 Years (photo) MANITOWOC-A former rural Manitowoc resident, who observed his 104th birthday in January, died Saturday at Holy Family Hospital here. Peter Wigand, a Russian-born German immigrant, was reportedly one of the oldest residents of Manitowoc County. Mr. Wigand was born in 1867 at Rhinewald, Russia and emigrated to the United States in 1895. He worked in a furniture factory at Sheboygan until he began farming in the Newton area. After 55 years of marriage, Mrs. Wigand, the former Lydia Bierhaus, died in 1952. Wigand then made his home periodically with his surviving children, spending most of the time with a son, Carl, of Rt. 3, Manitowoc. He had been blind the past 11 years. He observed his 104th birthday Jan. 7 at Holy Family Hospital, where he had been a resident since November. Survivors include two sons, four daughters, 16 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren. A son and a daughter preceded him in death. Funeral services will be Tuesday. Manitowoc Herald Times, Monday, March 15, 1971 P.16 (Peter Wigand/7 Jan 1867/Mar 1971/SSDI)
WIGEN: Charles b: 1875, Wis. Farmer, S. 1 Eaton, Quarry m: Jennie Robinson Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago
WIGEN: Knudtb: 6 Aug. 1851, in Norway p: Knudt and Nellie Wigen m: Burta Christina Torrison p: Onan Torrison children: Olga, Clarence, Walter, Arthur and Kingsley
WIGEN: Walter m: 30 June 1910, St. Johns United Church, Manitowoc to: Beatrice Fischer
WIGGER: Johann Joachim Gottlieb m: 29 Mar. 1876 (co. mar. index v.4 p.102) to: Gisette Terens
WIGGERS: Ferdinand m: 28 Feb 1893 (co. mar. index v.6 p.190) to: Mina Pollack
WIGGERT: Wilhelm confirmed: 1 Apr. 1881 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WIGHARD: Christof m: 15 Sept. 1861 (co. mar. index v.2 p.121) to: Clrasarina? Orthe
WIGHT: Peter m: 12 Apr 1905 (co. mar. index v.7 p.375) to: Susie Wilberscheid
WIKARD: John P. m: 26 Sept. 1858 (co. mar. index v.2 p.221) to: Catharina Ries
WIKERS: Frank m: 5 Mar. 1878 (co. mar. index v.4 p.128) to: Rosalie Geranek
WILBERSCHEID: Peter m: 19 Feb. 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.179) to: Mary Enderes
WILBERSCHEID: Peter m: 04 Sep 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.428) to: Maria A. Thorne
WILBERT: Alvine confirmed: 30 Mar. 1890 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WILBERT: Heinrich m: 24 Feb. 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.68) to: Friedericke Rammin
WILBERT: Samuel G. m: 10 Dec 1892 (co. mar. index v.6 p.180) to: Ida B. Resinsky
WILBERT: See HERR See HICKMANN See WAACK
WILCHE: Johann F. m: 24 Apr 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.302) to: Georgie Johnson
WILCKE: Hermann F.D. m: 18 Aug. 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.136) to: Bertha E.A. Goese
WILCKE: See LEVENHAGEN
WILCOX: Louis m: 06 Jan 1889 (co. mar. index v.5 p.435/she is on groom's side of index page) to: Julia Johnson From Der Nord. Westen, 17 Jan. 1889: Marriage of Louis Wilcox with Miss Julia Johnson, both of Manitowoc, in the 3rd Ward of Manitowoc, on 06 Jan. by Justice of the Peace John O'Hara.
WILD: Luke m: 1 June 1863 (co. mar. index v.2 p.181) to: Ellen Hothersall
WILDA: Adolph m: 10 Jul 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.254) to: Emma Hill
WILDA: Anton m: 20 Jul 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.413) to: Annie Rebacek From the Files of the Pilot – Twenty-Five Years Ago – 1897 Married – Anton Wilda and Annie Rebacek, both of Kossuth on the 20th day of July, 1897 by John A. Smith, Justice of the Peace. Manitowoc Pilot - Thurs., July 20, 1922
WILDA: Edward L. m: 19 Oct 1904 (co. mar. index v.7 p.349) to: Paula Stupecky
WILDA: Emil m: 14 Jul 1896 (co. mar. index v.6 p.362) to: Marie Frolik
WILDA: Emil m: 27 May 1903 (co. mar. index v.7 p.277) to: Rosa Soukup From Der Nord Westen, 21 May 1903 Marriage License obtained Emil Wilde of Kossuth and Rosa Soukup of Gibson
WILDA: Henry J. m: 30 Sep 1905 (co. mar. index v.7 p.403 or p.407 -one is superimposed over the other- he is on index with no numbers or dates) to: Edna Schmitz
WILDA: John m: 23 Nov. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.88) to: Anna Tachan
WILDA: Joseph m: 31 Jan. 1860? (co. mar. index v.2 p.64) to: Maria Klement
WILDA: Joseph m: 12 Nov. 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.268) to: Anna Kreja
WILDA: Joseph m: 29 Apr 1893 (co. mar. index v.6 p.195) to: Mary Wachal
WILDA: Karl m: 27 Nov. 1881 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg (co. mar. index v.5 pg.53) to: Maria Fischer From Der Nord Westen, 01 Dec. Marriage of Carl Wilde(sic) of Newton, with Miss Marie Fischer of Rapids, on 24 Nov. in the home of the bride's parents in Newton by Pastor Struve. (Long paragraph describing the ensuing party.)
WILDA: Lilian Florence b: 26 Nov. 1891/bapt. R.C./conf. 22 Apr. 1905 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc
WILDA: Mary Jessie b: 19 June 1895 at Manitowoc/conf. 24 Apr. 1923 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc
WILDA: Stephan m: 25 Nov. 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.75) to: Mary Maly
WILDA: Stephan m: 24 Apr 1889 (co. mar. index v.5 p.449) to: Mary Palifka (Polifka?)
WILDA: Wenzel m: 5 May 1866 (co. mar. index v.3 p.46) to: Mary Libal
WILDA: Wenzel m: 24 Nov. 1868 (co. mar. index v.4 p.17) to: Maria Kranad
WILDA: also have Welda See Richard F. Klingholz bio. See McKEOUGH See MORGAN See F. Stupecky bio. See WACHHOLZ See WEBB
WILDE: Augustd. bef. March 10, 1870
WILDE: August Friedrich b. 14 Mar. 1848/confirmed 1862/First German Ev. Luth. ch.
WILDE: Auguste Emilie confirmed 1864/First German Ev. Luth. ch.
WILDE: Carl confirmed: 18 Apr. 1869 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WILDE: Christian confirmed: 21 Mar. 1875 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WILDE: Christian Friedrich m: Ernstine Louise born Fischer children: Johann Friedrich (b. 14 June 1858/bapt. 25 July 1858 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)
WILDE: Fr. m: 6 Oct. 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.146) to: Minna Gierke From the The Cedarburg Weekly News, Ozaukee County, WI, October 3, 1883 Miss Mina Gierke formerly of this place but now of Manitowoc, was married to Mr. Willibald Fick of that place, last Sunday. May they live long and prosper. By a mistake of our informant, about a marriage in Manitowoc, we said it occurred on the 7th inst., instead of the 6th inst., and the parties were Minnie Gierke to Fred Wilde both of Manitowoc.
WILDE: Friedrich confirmed: 4 May 1873 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WILDE: Heinrich confirmed: 11 Apr. 1878 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WILDE: Heinrich (Henry on mar. index) m: 21 May 1890 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg (co. mar. index v.6 p.39) to: Friedericke (nee) Kansier (Friederika on mar. index) From Der Nord Westen, 05 June 1890: Marriage of Heinrich Wilde with Miss Friederike Kanster(sic), both of Town Newton, on Wed., 21 May in St. Johannes Church by Pastor Pieper. After the wedding there was a party in the home of the bride's parents (many details).
WILDE: Helena confirmed: 11 Apr. 1878 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WILDE: Johann Louis m: 18 Apr 1896 (co. mar. index v.6 p.351) to: Emma August Bieberitz (Joachim Bieberitz on index/possibly her father?) From Der Nord Westen, 23 Apr. 1896: Marriage by Pastor Machmueller Sun. afternoon, of Johann Ludwig Wilde of Sheboygan, with Miss Emma Auguste Bieberitz, daughter of Mr. J. Bieberitz, a resident on 7th Street here in Manitowoc.
WILDE: Louis b: 1884, WI Farmer and Breeder of High Grade Holstein Cattle S. 27, Manitowoc Rapids, Manitowoc m: Ida Maas Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago
WILDE: Louise confirmed: 11 Apr. 1878 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WILDE: See FRANKE See FRISCHMUTH See FROHLKE See JOERDENS See RIDDERBUSCH See RUICKERT See WOLTER
WILDHIRT: See MEIERS
WILDMAN: Anton m: 1 Mar. 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.124) to: Josephine Zima
WILDO: See RAYNIK
WILFER: Anton C. m: 01 Mar 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.395) to: Rosa A. Pfeffer From Der Nord Westen, 01 Mar. 1888 Marriage of Anton Wilfert with Miss Rosa Pfeffer, both of Manitowoc, on Thurs., 01 Mar. in the Holy Catholic Church by Rev. J. Peil.
WILFER: See SCHREIHART
WILFERT: Joseph m: 13 Aug 1889 (co. mar. index v.6 p.4) to: Frances Silversack
WILGER: See NEUMANN
WILHARM: John m: 23 May 1877 (co. mar. index v.4 p.120) to: Mary Kellner
WILHARMS: Emma confirmed: 22 Apr. 1883 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WILHARMS: Friederike confirmed: 29 Apr. 1866 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WILHARMS: Heinrich Christian (Willharms on ch. mar. record) m: 24 May 1866 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg (co. mar. index v.4 p.2) m: Ida Johanne (nee) Sieker children: Baby (b. 1/16/1870/bapt. 1/16/1870 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WILHARMS: Johann confirmed: 2 Apr. 1882 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WILHARMS: Johann m: Maria (nee) Kellner children: Lilianna Johanna (b. 11/29/1879/bapt. 1/25/1880 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg) Wilhelm Clarence (b. 9/3/1882/bapt. 10/22/1882 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WILHARMS: Johann Christoph m: Friederike Charlotte (nee) Dralle children: Wilhelmine Sophie Charlotte (b. 6/23/1854/bapt. 3/25/1855 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WILHARMS: John (article in Der Nord Westen, 27 Jan. 1881/he lost his right thumb and forefinger in a grinding machine)
WILHARMS: John m: 19 July 1888 to: Miss Ida Wintermeyer From Der Nord Westen, 19 July 1888 A double wedding was performed today in Town Newton. John Wintermeyer married Miss Emma Wilharms and John Wilharms married Miss Ida Wintermeyer.
WILHARMS: John(also Johann) b: 3 April 1867, in Newton twp., Manitowoc Co. p: Henry and Johanna (Sieker) Wilharms m: 28 June 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.256) to: Martha C. Ott (looks like Olt on mar. index) p: August and Bertha Ott, of Liberty Township, Manitowoc Co. children: Harry August Heinrich (b. 3/01/1895/bapt. 4/14/1895) Werner Johann Albert (b. 1/29/1897/bapt. 3/21/1897) George Friedrich Franz (b. 2/25/1898/bapt. 4/29/1898/father Johann) Esther Emma Lena (b. 3/21/1900/bapt. 5/6/1900) Edna Emma Maria Auguste (b. 9/26/1901/bapt. 11/17/1901) Roland August Karl Hermann (b. 9/4/1904/bapt. 10/23/1904) Laura Ottilie Ernestine (b. 8/19/1906/bapt. 9/10/1906) (child. info from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WILHARMS: Sophie Friederike confirmed: 10 Apr. 1864 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WILHARMS: Wilhelm (William on co. mar. index) b: Kurhessen res: Manitowoc p: Christof Wilharms and Charlotte Dralle m: 21 June 1868 (co. mar. index v.4 p.13) to: Henriette Liebert from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch. Manitowoc b: Germany res: Manitowoc p: Matthaus Liebert and Ana Rosina Kurzman
WILHARMS: Wilhelmine confirmed: 5 Apr. 1868 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WILHARMS: (also have Willharms) See KARNOFSKY See LIEBERT See WALLSCHLAEGER
WILHELM: Franz m: no date (co. mar. index v.4 p.55)
WILHELM: Franz (between 1868-1871) Marriage Date: ?? --- 18?? Vol:02 Page:0156 Vol:A Sequence:17478 to: Catharine Tushel Marriage Date: ?? --- 18?? Vol:02 Page:0156 Vol:A Sequence:17479
WILHELM: John m: 2 Sept. 1902 (co. mar. index v.7 p.230) to: Catherine Steisier ******** Marriage licenses have been issued to Lizzie Bierhaus, of Newton, and Conrad Iffert, of Norfolk, Neb., to Katie Steiner and J.W. Welhelen, of Cato and to Emma Rusch and Charles (sic) Haupt, of Liberty. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, August 21, 1902 P. 2
WILHELM: Joseph m: 29 Oct. 1882 (co. mar. index. v.5 p.99) to: Margaretha Kobsch
WILHELM: Joseph m: 05 May 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.405)
WILHELM: Martin m: 16 Feb 1892 (co. mar. index v.6 p.139) to: Mary Korinek
WILHELM: Mathias m: 20 Feb 1882 (co. mar. index v.5 p.61) to: Antonia Baron
WILHELM: Peter m: 02 Jul 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.410) to: Mary Adamek
WILHELM: Peter m: 17 Apr. 1900 (co. mar. index v.7 p.94) to: Mary Steiner
WILHELM: See GESELSCHAP See KLEINSCHMIDT
WILHELMI: See MICHEL
WILHELMSON: See ANDERSON
WILHELMY: Ernst m: 18 Nov 1890 (co. mar. index v.6 p.59) to: Mary Neumann
WILHELMY: Henry Photos of his farm and family
WILKE: Alwine b. 6 Nov. 1858/confirmed 7 April 1872/First German Ev. Luth. ch.
WILKE: August res: at mar. Tn. Manitowoc m: 18 July 1851, Tn. Manitowoc by G.C.O. Malmros, J.P. (co. mar. index) wit: Leonard Ohler, Adam Fuchs to: Angelika Schaerer res: at mar. Tn. Manitowoc
WILKE: Bernhard m: 15 Nov 1881 (co. mar. index v.5 p.65) to: Regina M. Barthels ******** Bernard Wilke, of the town of Two Rivers, and Miss Regina Barthels, of Mishicott, were married on Monday of last week. The young couple enter upon their married career with fair prospects and the best wishes of their friends. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, November 22, 1881 P. 4
WILKE: Florentine confirmed 1864/First German Ev. Luth. ch.
WILKE: Fredb: 15 Oct. 1876, in Two Rivers, WI p: Herman and Elizabeth (Dicke) Wilke m: 1909 to: Lena Raeck of Two Rivers, WI p: Fred and Minnie (Drier) Raeck children: Albert
WILKE: Friedrich August m: Adele born Scherer children: Adam Friedrich August (b. 6 June 1851/bapt. 22 July 1851 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)
WILKE: Fritz m: 25 Sept. 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.73) to: Agnes Subert
WILKE: (Divorce - 1877) Wilke, Caroline, vs. Wilke, Gottfried Married 2 April 1839 Felchow, Germany. Five children: Gottfried 29, Caroline 27, William 22, Louis 19, Carl 7. Lived in the Town of Schleswig: SW 1/2 of NE 1/4, Section 2, Town 17, Range 21.
WILKE: Gottfried Marriage Date: 03 Apr 1870 Vol:02 Page:0110 Vol:A Sequence:17440 to: Wilhelmine Degen Marriage Date: 03 Apr 1870 Vol:02 Page:0110 Vol:A Sequence:17441
WILKE: Gottfried (Junior) m: 27 Sept. 1869 (co. mar. index v.4 p.36)
WILKE: H. A. W. H. m: 05 Oct 1889 (co. mar. index v.6 p.4) to: Bertha A. Rosso From Der Nord Westen, 10 Oct. 1889: Marriage of Hermann Wilk with Miss Bertha Rosso of Newton on Sat., 05 Oct. by Pastor Pieper in the home of the groom's parents in the 3rd Ward.
WILKE: H.C.b: 8 June 1877, in Two Rivers, WI p: Henry and Elizabeth (Krumdick) Wilke formerly of Oldenburg and Hanover, Germany, respectively m: 15 Aug. 1906 to: Minnie Neumann p: John Neumann of Melrose, Minnesota children: Ernestine and Edith
WILKE: Heinrich From Der Nord Westen, 15 Oct. 1896: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 10 Oct.) Mr. and Mrs. Heinrich Wilke of Town Two Rivers celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary on Thurs., 08 Oct. They were given a surprise party in the evening by many friends and relatives.
WILKE: Heinrich b. 30 Aug. 1844/confirmed 1861 at Tannery at Two Rivers/First German Ev. Luth. ch.
WILKE: Heinrick m: 05 Oct 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.52) to: Louise Krumdick
WILKE: Hermann b. 31 Jan. 1857/confirmed 7 April 1872/First German Ev. Luth. ch.
WILKE: Hermann m: 16 Dec. 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.102) to: Elisabeth Dick
WILKE: Johann m: Anna Maria born Wilkens or Wilkers children: Bernhardt (b. 18 Aug. 1856/bapt. 16 Nov. 1856 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)
WILKE: Johann Edwin m: 31 Jan. 1876 (co. mar. index v.4 p.103) to: Louise Rathumus
WILKE: John m: 26 Sep 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.66) to: Kate Silbersach From Der NOrd Westen, 05 Oct. 1899: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 02 Oct.) There was a big wedding here recently in Town Two Rivers uniting John Wilke with Miss Kati Silbersack.
WILKE: Oscar G. m: 02 July 1898 (co. mar. index v.6 p.461) to: Frieda F.J. Bull From Der Nord Westen, 14 July 1898: A happy marriage ceremony was performed last Thurs. a half mile from Village Centerville uniting Oskar Wilke of Town Mosel with Miss Frieda Bull of Centerville.
WILKE: (also have Wilkie) See DITTMANN See ENGEL See GOEDJEN See HAASE See JANCE See KRATZER See MERTENS See NATZKE See SCHWAKE See WITTE See ZILL
WILKEN: Henry b: Germany res: Two Rivers, farmer p: Jacob and Margret Wilken m: 18 July 1857 at Two Rivers (co. mar. index v.1 p.195) wit: Henry and J.C. Hartung to: Margaret Keller p: Jacob and Kathanna Keller
WILKENS: Bernard b: Germany res: Two Rivers, carpenter p: Gerard and A. Wilkens m: 8 Dec. 1857, Two Rivers (co. mar. index v.1 p.214) wit: W. Meyer and V. Kaufmann to: Mary Meyer p: Herman and Caroline Meyer
WILKENS: Henry W. m: 08 Sept 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.416) to: Miss Amanda Zander From Der Nord Westen, 13 Sept. 1888: Marriage of Henry Wilkens with Miss Amanda Zander, daughter of Carl Zander of Manitowoc, last Sat. evening. The marriage took place in the house of the bride's parents and the wedding party afterward took place in "Northwestern House", where a festive crowd gathered.
WILKENS: See Henry Goedjen bio. See WILKE
WILKER: See SPRINGER
WILKERS: See WILKE
WILKIE: Fred August probate and guardianship of heirs
WILKIE: See Albert D. Krumdick bio. See Ignatz Pankratz bio.
WILKINS: Henrym: 8 Sept. 1888 to: Amanda Zander p: Carl Zander
WILKINS: See GOEDJEN
WILKOWSKI: August m: 19 Dec. 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.100) to: Friedericke Blank
WILKOWSKY: See JETZLOFF
WILL: Bertha b. 3 Mar. 1856/confirmed 1869/First German Ev. Luth. ch.
WILL: Carl m: Wilhelmine Wallschlager children: Auguste Carol. (b. 26 Aug. 1858/bapt. 5 Sept. 1858 at St. John- St. James Evang. Luth., Reedsville)
WILL: Carl Rockhoff b. 26 Aug. 1858/confirmed 20 April 1873/First German Ev. Luth. ch.
WILL: Cornelius (also Cornelii) m: 11 May 1892 (St. Joseph Cath. ch.) to: Mathilde Manthey (also Manthei) children: Helena (b. 20 Oct. 1892/bapt. 8 Dec. 1892 St. Joseph Cath. ch.) Viola Helena (b. 17 Aug. 1899/bapt. 3 Sept. 1899 St. Fidelis Cath. ch.)
WILL: Friedr. Erdmann m: Louise Menz or Merz children: Friedr. Ferd. Gustav (b. 31 Oct. 1859/bapt. 1 July 1860 Wilhelm Rudolph (b. 5 Apr. 1870/bapt. 11 June 1870 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)
WILL: Johanne Wilhelmine confirmed 1863/First German Ev. Luth. ch.
WILL: Robert A.F. m: 2 Dec. 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.163) to: Albertine C.E. Drews
WILL: Viola Helen b: 17 July 1899/bapt. 3 Sept. 1899/from records of St. Fidelis Cath. ch. bk.1 p.21) p: not given
WILL: William (also Wilhelm) m: Magdalena Seibel children: Cornelius (b. 26 June 1865/bapt. 16 July 1865 St. Joseph Cath. ch.) Joannes Seibel Will (b. 23 Oct. 1874/bapt. 1 Nov. 1874 St. Joseph Cath. ch.)
WILL: William m: Helena Seibel children: Christina (b. 7 Oct. 1868/bapt. 18 Oct. 1868 St. Joseph Cath. ch.) Katharina Josephina (b. 25 Apr. 1872/bapt. 28 Apr. 1872 St. Joseph Cath. ch.)
WILL: See ANDERLE See BERGMAN See BLAUK See DHEIN See FEUERPFEIL See HEISE See J.D. Schneider bio.
WILLARD: See BARBER See GRAPENTIN
WILLE: Frank m: 29 Dec. 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.349) to: Bertha Hermanne From Der Nord Westen, 30 Dec. 1886: Marriage of Frank Wille with Miss Bertha Hermann, both of Manitowoc on Wed., 29 Dec. by Judge Carl H. Schmidt. The groom is a locomotive engineer on the "Seeufer u. Westbahn" and is the son of Mr. Louis Wille, resident on Franklin Street, 3rd Ward. The bride is the daughter of Wm. Hermann, resident on South Main Street, 3rd Ward.
WILLE: Louis m: 10 Apr. 1839 to: Charlotte Brandt From Der Nord Westen, 18 Apr. 1889: Wed. of last week the Golden Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wille was celebrated. Mr. Wille, who is now 79 years old, has lived in Manitowoc for 33 years and is still healthy. Mrs. Wille, however, is 20 yrs. older than her husband and is now 99 yrs. of age. He is her second husband. 75 yrs. ago she married a gentlemen by the name of Brandt, lived with him for 21 yrs. and bore him 8 children. After his death, she lived 4 yrs. as a widow, then married Louis Wille on 10 Apr. 1839. Despite her advanced age, Mrs. Wille is completely healthy. To this day, she does not use eyeglasses and wields a sewing needle without them. She moves about like a woman of 30 and can still dance, do all her work, or take a walk. One son of theirs works in Australia, and the others reside locally. (Note: These two are in #44 Evergreen, Manitowoc. He died in August 1898 at age 87 yrs., she died in Mar. 1896 at age 105. according to their tombstones) Charlotte Willie/Wille
Photo compliments of the Manitowoc Library
WILLE: See BUBOLZ See HEISE See LEMKE
WILLEMS: Adam Marriage Date: 15 Jan 1895 Vol:04 Page:0373 Vol:A Sequence:18310 to: Kathrin Miller Marriage Date: 15 Jan 1895 Vol:04 Page:0373 Vol:A Sequence:18311
WILLERS: See WAAK
WILLERT: August m: 26 Feb. 1875 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg (co. mar. index v.4 p.91) to: Wilhelmine (nee) Genz
WILLERT: August E. m: 15 Jan. 1881 to: Auguste F. Kasten From Der Nord Westen, 20 Jan. 1881: Marriage of August E. Willert and Miss Auguste F. Kasten, both of Manitowoc, on 15 Jan. by Justice of the Peace Adolph Wallich.
WILLERT: Carl m: 15 Jan 1881 (co. mar. index v.5 p.5) to: Augusta Karsten (mar. announcement in Der Nord Westen, 20 Jan. 1881/has August E. Willert but co. mar. index has Carl, and her last name in newspaper is Kasten)
WILLERT: Charles m: 21 Sep 1889 (co. mar. index v.6 p.3) to: Christ. Maria Loedon
WILLERT: Chas. m: Aug. 1898 to: Mrs. Hermann Gloe From Der Nord Westen, 11 Aug. 1898: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 09 Aug.) Marriage Sat. of plasterer and contractor Chas. Willert with the former Mrs. Hermann Gloe. The marriage took place in Manitowoc where the couple will establish their residence.
WILLERT: Frank m: 20 Apr 1895 (co. mar. index v.6 p.296) to: Sandie Willert
WILLERT: H. From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Evergreen Home. Born in Germany 1841. Wife born in Germany 1846. Came to America 1853. Four children. Post Office, Two Rivers; Section 32, Two Rivers Township.
WILLERT: Henry John (From records of the Gibson Evang. Luth. Ch.) age 28 b: Two Rivers, Wis. p: Henry and Frederika Willert m: 15 Sept. 1906 (co. mar. index v.7 p.454) to: Annie Minnie Weihemueller age 22 (Minnie Weihemuehler on co. mar. index) b: Mishicott, Wis. p: Frederick and Min. Weihemueller From Der Nord Westen, 13 Sep. 1906: Henry Wellert of Two Rivers and Anna Weinmueller of Gibson
WILLERT: Joh. Heinr. Christian m: Christine Dorothea born Stahl children: Johann Heinrich Theodor (b. 15 Feb. 1857/bapt. 24 Mar. 1858 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)
WILLERT: Louis m: 21 Jun 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.409) to: Emma Freise
WILLERT: Theodore J. m: 18 Nov 1890 (co. mar. index v.6 p.59) to: Mary E. Holloran
WILLERT: See BISHOP See BRANDT See BRINKMAN See HANSEN See LEVERENZ See SCHNELL See WAAK
WILLHARMS: Heinrich m: Ida (nee) Sieker children: Johann Heinrich Friedrich (b. 4/3/1867/bapt. 6/16/1867 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)
WILLIAM: See WALDO
WILLIAMS: Mrs. A., & Son, From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Props. Wlliams House Modern conveniences, Steam Heaters, Electric Lights. Good Sample Room for Travelers. Livery in connection with House; $2.00 per day. Corner of Eighth and Franklin streets.
WILLIAMS: Benezette m. 21st Sept. 1871 to: Lydia J. Terrell Manitowoc Tribune Oct. 12, 1871 (Married Williams-Terrell- On the 21st of Sept. 1871, at the residence of the bride father, 365 Prospect St., Cleveland, Benezette Williams of Manitowoc, Wis., to Miss Lydia J. Terrell, of Cleveland.)
WILLIAMS: David b: N. Wales Great Britain res: Baraboo, farmer p: David and Jane Williams m: 15 Nov. 1856 at Meeme (co. mar. index v.1 p.172) to: Margaret Jenkins p: William and Ann Jenkins
WILLIAMS: Edgar m: 3 July 1881 (co. mar. index v.5 p.31) to: Alice Hunt
WILLIAMS: Eugene D. m: 04 Nov 1895 (co. mar. index v.6 p.322) to: Amy Warren
WILLIAMS: Farrand m: 18 Feb 1905 (co. mar. index v.7 p.374) to: Ida Handl ***** ELECTION BET PAID WEDDING Ceremony that Gave Farney Williams a Bride, Cost Him Nothing WAS WEDDED ON THE QUIET Express Messenger, Married to Miss Ida Handl Peshtigo Man Comes Here for a Bride-Off For a Trip. Wager made on result of election several years ago, and which he won, paid the cost of the ceremony that Saturday gave Farney Williams a bride, the special dispensation for the marriage and the services as official knot-tyer being furnished by Judge John Chlupek who held the losing end of the bet. An agreement was entered into by Mr. Williams and Judge Chloupek that in event of losing the latter was to grand a dispensation and officiate as knot-tyer for the marriage of the former at any time in the future and on Saturday the service was demanded, the marriage of Mr. Williams to Miss Ida Handl being celebrated in the early evening of that day at the home of the bride on the South Side. Plans for the wedding were quietly arranged and the event was consummated with only a few intimate friends aware of it, the announcement coming as a general surprise. Following the ceremony a supper was served. Mr. Williams is employed as an express messenger for the American Express Co., on the run between this city and Two Rivers and is well known. He is an industrious young man who has many friends to wish him joy of his new happiness. The bride is an estimable young lady. The couple will make their home in the city. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Monday, February 20, 1905 P. 1
WILLIAMS: Francis P. m: 26 Aug. 1869 (co. mar. index v.4 p.31) to: Julia Frances Jones From the Files of the Pilot - Fifty-Six years ago (1869) Married at the residence of John Bacon, Esq., Aug. 30th, by the Rev. A. C. Huntley, Mr. Francis P. Williams and Miss Julia Jones, all of Manitowoc. The many friends of the new couple will wish them oceans of happiness in their hand in hand journey through life. After a short bridal trip, they have returned to Manitowoc to add one more to its list of those who love hearth and home above the outer world. May they always live in peace and happiness. Manitowoc Pilot, Thurs., Sept. 10, 1925 ****** MARRIED: At the residence of John Bacon, Esq. Aug. 26th by Rev. A.C. Huntley, Mr. Francis Williams and Miss Julia F. Jones. All of Manitowoc. Manitowoc Tribune Thursday, September 2, 1869 pg. 4
WILLIAMS: George F. m: 14 May 1904 (co. mar. index v.7 p.324) to: Charlotte H. Gierke Marriage License: Geo. Williams and Charlotte Gierke both of Manitowoc Der Nord Westen, 12 May 1904 ***** The marriage of George Williams and Lotta Geirke (sic) will take place Saturday, a license having been granted. Williams is an employe of the Dry Dock co. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Monday, May 9, 1904 P. 3 ***** Notes of City and Town Folks: George Williams, who recently obtained a license to marry Charlotte Gierke is under age. His mother Mrs. Julia F. Williams signed her consent to his marriage. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, May 12, 1904 pg. 5 ***** Hymeneal: Gierke - Williams George Williams and Charlotte Gierke both of this city were married Saturday at the home of the bride by Rev. Carl Machmiller of the German Lutheran Church. The bride is a daughter of John Gierke of Nineteenth and Clark Streets while the groom is a son of Frank Williams of 727 North Sixth Street. Gustav Griebling and Clara Wilde were best man and bridesmaid. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, May 19, 1904 pg. 1
WILLIAMS: Griffith R. m: 23 Aug 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.419/she is p.420) to: Mary Dempsey
WILLIAMS: Jacob Alonzo m: 9 Jan. 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.44) to: Jane D. Allen Married At Manitowoc. Wis. Jan 9th 1871, by Rev. C. B. Stevens, Mr. Jacob A. Williams, of Clay Banks, Door County Wis. and Miss Jane D. Allen, of Manitowoc Rapids, Wis. Manitowoc Pilot, Jan. 12, 1871 ******* RECALL WEDDING DAY OF A HALF CENTURY AGO Jacob Williams Home Has Golden Jubilee Celebration Sunday was a happy day in the lives of Mr. and Mrs. "Jake" Williams, pioneer settlers of Manitowoc County, the day being the golden jubilee of their wedding day and it was made memorable by the outpouring golden opinion of friends who thronged the home to surprise the estimable couple, at their residence 915 N. Tenth street. Mr. and Mrs. Williams had planned no celebration. They had proposed to spend the day at Rapids with friends in the little settlement which years ago had been their home, but the ladies of the W.R.C. arranged the surprise visit that was followed by a celebration that was most happy. Mr. and Mrs. Williams received their guests hospitably though all but overcome by the unexpected invasion. Advance guards-and Mr. Williams being a war veteran knew what they were-brought supplies for a feast that was later spread and decorated the home in gay colors. From the flag staff in the yard Old Glory was flung to the breeze. OLDEST RESIDENTS OF CO. Mr. and Mrs. Williams are believed to be the oldest couple in Manitowoc county in point of residence here. The former, who is 80 years of age, came here with his parents as a lad of five while Mrs. Williams, in her seventy-fifth year, having been a resident for 72 years. The marriage took place at the home of a sister of Mrs. Williams on No. Fourth street Jan. 9, 1871, the ceremony having been performed by Rev. C.B. Stevens of the Stevens Memorial church. OLD COMRADES ATTEND Among guests at the celebration yesterday were a number of Mr. Williams' comrades in arms in the civil war, the last remnant of the boys in blue here and the occasion afforded a reunion that was fraught with much interest in recollections of the days back in 61-65. Mr. Williams was one of the first volunteers from Manitowoc county and served with distinction. One incident of his service was recalled by H.G. Kress in an address of felicitation to the couple yesterday, which Mr. Kress said in these days would have given Mr. Williams a medal of honor. SAVED COMRADE AT VICKSBURG The incident referred to happened at the second attack on Vicksburg. Mr. Williams and William Stone, another Manitowoc man, had been fighting for days, side by side, undergoing privatations, suffering from lack of food and water, exhausted by the long vigil. Stone was shot through the leg, the wound being one that unless attended to would cause death. Mr. Willims, realizing the condition of his comrade set out carry him back to the hospital, a distance of three miles. Through the hail of bullets and shells, over wet roads, Continued on Page 4 through swamps, he carried and dragged his wounded pal to the hospital where Mr. Stone had to undergo amputation of his leg. Mr. Stone was for years keeper of the light house here and was later stationed at Two Rivers. He told the story of the courage and heroism to friends but Mr. Williams has always decried publicity and ojected yesterday to recounting of the incident which he delcares was nothing, but in any other country Mr. Williams would today be decorated with medals to fill a pocket. EARLY DAY LOG DRIVER Mr. Williams is one of the few surviving early day log drivers of the county, having followed that line of occupation for years, his stories of the lumbering industry of pioneer days being most interesting. Later Mr. Williams engaged in farming and retired twelve years ago when with his wife he removed to the city to make their home and they have since lived here, enjoying the fruits of their early toil. The couple are without children. Mr. and Mrs. Williams are beloved by friends for their kindly character and admired for the old fashioned loyalty which has marked the years of their comradeship, a compaionship glorified by happiness which the ceremony of fifty years ago initiated and which has propered and lived to this day. The celebration yesterday was one that will live in the memory of those privileged to attend. Manitowoc Herald News, Manitowoc, Wis. January 10, 1921 Pages 1 and 4 ******* FIFTY YEARS AGO At the celebration yesterday Mrs. Emma L. Jaeger of the W.R.C. read an orginal poem dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. Williams, as follows: Fifty years ago on a cold January day Two hands clasped to go one way, Two fond hearts loving and true Wintered the winters and summers right through. Two loyal minds planning as one Laid the foundation of the home just begun, Two pair of hands unafraid of toil Soon gathered up the Victor's Spoil. Two characters such as Jake and Jean They are few and far between; Always aiding those in need With a kindly word or deed. Two characters living as they, Soon find friends all along the way; Holding them sincere and true To every task whether old or new. And, as such, we are here to-day, To wish you joy and bid you stay; Making bright the one big spot You have won in all our hearts. ***** GOLDEN WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Jake Williams celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday. They are among Manitowoc's oldest living settlers. Mr. Williams who is 80 years of age came to Manitowoc in 1845 when the region here about had been open for entry only 10 years. Mrs. Williams, who is 75 came here three years later. They were married in this city, January 9, 1871 The Women's Relief Corps surprised the couple and all Mr. William's old comrades of the 60's who were able to be present joined in the jubilee. Mr. Williams served during almost the entire civil war and was present in many engagements. The couple have in a long and useful live, earned the respect of their community and every acquaintance wishes them many years of future happiness together. Manitowoc Pilot, Thurs., Jan. 13, 1921 ************ From the Files of the Pilot - Fifty Years Ago - (1871) Married at Manitowoc, Wisconsin, January 9, 1871 by the Rev. C. B. Stevens, Mr. Jacob A. Williams of Clay Banks, Door County and Miss Jane D. Allen of Manitowoc Rapids. Manitowoc Pilot, Thurs., Jan. 13, 1921
WILLIAMS: John m: 18 Sept. 1900 (co. mar. index v.7 p.117) to: Lizzie Sandel
WILLIAMS: John Alfred m: 18 May 1900 (co. mar. index v.7 p.99)
WILLIAMS: John R. m: 27 June 1906 (co. mar. index v.7 p.455) to: Anna A. Sperl From Der Nord Westen, 28 June 1906: Marriage License obtained John Williams of Milwaukee and Anna Sperl of Kossuth
WILLIAMS: John S.m: 1 Jan. 1852 by R.W. Barnes, M.G. (co. mar. index) wit: John A. Stone and Samuel Stone of Manitowoc to: Sarah C. (nee Stone) Fox children: William Edgar (b. 5 Sept. 1863/bapt. 15 Aug. 1868 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc/Moved from Manitowoc, to Schuyler Nebraska to Coupville, WA. He had married Carrie Dell in Schuyler but had never had children. He died in 1931 in Coupville and is buried in Sunnyside Cemetery. Ida Olive (b. 3 Feb. 1865/bapt. 15 Aug. 1868 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc) Walter Ervine (b. 18 Aug. 1867/bapt. 15 Aug. 1868 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc) (The above parents were blanks, and filled in by a family researcher - see contributors page.)
WILLIAMS: Jos. S. m: 7 Aug. 1906 (co. mar. index v.7 p.455) to: Margareth Pellet From Der Nord Westen, 26 July 1906: Joseph Williams, the proprietor of Williams House, and Miss Margaret Pellett, daughter of Walter Pellett here, have become engaged. The wedding will be held August 7th. From Der Nord Westen, 02 Aug. 1906: Marriage License obtained Joseph S. Williams and Margarette Pellett both of Manitowoc
WILLIAMS: L.P. m: 29 Oct. 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.73) to: Alice Davis From Der Nord Westen, 26 Oct. 1899: Marriage License issued for: L.P. Williams and Alice Davis both of Manitowoc
WILLIAMS: Lafette m: 6 May 1876 (co. mar. index v.4 p.103) to: Louise M Barkholz
WILLIAMS: (Divorce - 1882) Williams, Nelson E., vs. Williams Elizabeth M. Married 15 July 1856 at Clarks Mills, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, by Mr. Stevens. Plaintiff has been a resident of Manitowoc County for more than the last 35 years. They lived together on a farm in the Town of Rockland for four years. She deserted him. Two children: the first died at 3 months, the second is a son named Judson James Williams, who was raised by the father, is about 23 or 25 years old, and lives in the State of Michigan. After defendant deserted plaintiff, a third child was born, a girl, now married and living in Michigan. She is supposed to be a child of plaintiff's, but he has never seen her. Defendant now living in Michigan, it is thought. After her desertion, she lived for many years with John Packard, who is now dead, and with whom she had children.
WILLIAMS: Nelson E. res: at mar. Maple Grove m: 8 June 1854, Tn. Maple Grove by G. Thompson, Rector, St. James (co. mar. index) wit: Thomas Cunningham, Mrs. Rhoda E. Cunningham both of Maple Grove to: Elizabeth M. Rich res: at mar. Maple Grove (mar. announcement in Manitowoc Herald, 10 June 1854)
WILLIAMS: Nelson Ebrezer m: 7 Sept. 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.48) to: Mary Ann McCabe Married Williams - McCabe - At Manitowoc, September 1st, 1871, by the Rev. C. B. Stevens, Mr. Nelson E. Williams and Mrs. Mary Ann McCabe, both of Eaton, Manitowoc county, Wisconsin. Manitowoc Pilot, Sept. 7, 1871 ***** From the Files of the Pilot - Forty Four Years ago (1871) Married - Williams - McCabe at Manitowoc, Sept. 1, 1871, by the Rev. C. B. Stevens, Mr. Nelson E. Williams and Mrs. Mary Ann McCabe, both of Eaton, Manitowoc County, Wis. Manitowoc Pilot - Thurs., Sept. 30, 1915
WILLIAMS: Samuel m: Anne sisters of Anne Williams: Margaret Kellner and Rosenna Kellner
WILLIAMS: Also have Williems See FITZPATRICK See GRANGER See GUSTAVESON See HESS See JENKINS See Frank Jones bio. See John C. Kellner bio. See KRAINIK See Gustav Levenhagen bio. See PAULUS See Walter E. Pellett bio. See Charles E. Spindler bio. See WAGE See William Williams Waldo bio. See WOODCOCK
WILLIAMSEN: See YOUNG
WILLIAMSON: _______ m: _______ children: Caroline Adelaide (b. 16 Nov. 1862/bapt. 5 Nov. 1865 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc)
WILLIAMSON: Isaac m: 2 July 1882 (co. mar. index v.5 p.76) to: Emma Leahy
WILLIAMSON: Richard b: m: 27 Dec 1871 to: Kathryn McGavin b: 1854, Wisconsin/d. 1919 MARRIED: WILLIAMSON - MCGAVIN - On Wednesday, Dec. 27th, 1871, at the residence of the brides father, by the Rev. C.B. Stevens, Mr. R.F. Williamson, of Milwaukee, to Miss Katy McGavin, eldest daughter of Robert McGavin Esq., of this city. The young couple will please accept our thanks for the nice cake, and our best wishes, that their lives may be only a continuance of their present happiness. May every blessing Grace Divine can give Be your sure portion, while on earth you live. The peace, the joy, contentment and repose Which from true love and pure religion flows; The richest honors, with which these are given, Combined with wisdom, guiding you to Heaven. Manitowoc Tribune Thursday, December 28, 1871 pg. 4
WILLIAMSON: Richard F. m: 27 Dec. 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.54)
WILLIEMS: See SIEVERT
WILLINGER: Francis m: 9 Oct. 1867 (co. mar. index v.4 p.9) to: Margaret Kussner
WILLINGER: Joseph Frank m: 20 Apr 1891 (co. mar. index v.6 p.91) to: Wanda Milski (Manda on co. mar. index) From Der Nord Westen, 23 Apr. 1891: Marriage of Jos. Willinger with Miss Wanda Milski on Mon.
WILLINGER: William M.b: 26 Nov. 1871 at New Ulm, Minnesota p: Frank and Margaret (Grippener) Willinger of Austria m: 6 Jan. 1892 to: Louisa Heingerten p: Charles Heingerten of Manitowoc children: Gladys and William
WILLINGER: Wm. M. Insurance, 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
WILLINGER: See KLINGHOLZ See John Schreihart bio. See Hugo Schurrer bio.
WILLIS: Frank Article
WILLIS: See GOLDING
WILLMAN: John b: Dubuque, Iowa m: Christina Quallman b: Alogoma, Wisconsin(sic) children: Earl Myrtle Carl Lester (b. 23 Nov. 1906, 3:30 a.m., Manitowoc/co. bir. index v.14 p.200 doc.364)
WILLMANN: Albert Ernst Fr. m: 8 Aug. 1876 (co. mar. index v.4 p.106) to: Johanne John
WILLMANN: Bernard m: 22 Feb 1898 (co. mar. index v.6 p.445) to: Clara Hulda Werra From Der Nord Westen, 24 Feb. 1898: Marriage here on Mon. of Bernard Willman of Chicago with Miss Clara Werra from here, by Pastor Pfeil. The couple wil make their home in Chicago.
WILLMANN: See KUKLINSKY
WILLMAS: A. From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer. Born in Prussia 1842. Wife born in Prussia 1856. Post Office, Meeme; Section 15, Meeme Township.
WILLNER: See KOLBECK
WILLNOW: See WILNOW
WILLOT: J., & Sons From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Manufactuers of Axes, Feed Cutters, Knives, and all kinds of Edge Tools.
WILLOT: Joseph, Jr. From Der Nord Westen, 06 Dec. 1906: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Willot, Jr., observed their Silver Wedding Anniversary last week with a party that evening attended by relatives, friends and neighbors.
WILLOT: Joseph m: 28 Nov. 1881 (co. mar. index v.5 p.42) to: Bertha Elizabeth Endress ******** From Der Nord Westen, 01 Dec. 1881: Marriage of Jos. Wissott (sic) of Manitowoc, with Miss Bertha Endress of Two Rivers, on 28 Nov. in the home of the bride's parents ******** WILLOTT—ENDRESS. At the residence of the bride's parents in the city of Two Rivers, on Monday, Nov. 28, Mr. Joseph Willott of this city and Miss Bertha Endress of Two Rivers. Mr. Willott is one of the enterprising young men of this city, a member of the firm of Willcott & Sons. His bride is an estimable young lady, a daughter of one of Two Rivers most prominent citizens. Both parties are well known and have the good wishes of numerous friends. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, December 1, 1881 ******** Married.-On Monday, Nov. 28th, 1881; at the resident of the bride's parents, Mr. Joseph Willot, of Manitowoc, and Miss Bertha Endress, of Two Rivers. As many of the friends of the young couple as were able went down to Two Rivers on the train last evening and returned this morning. They all report having had a splendid time. The elegant supper was rendered full justice and the social dance following was enjoyed by all. We are sorry to be unable to give the list of presents this week. The young couple need no introductin. Wherever known, they are respected and beloved. In this life, checkered with light and shadow, may their path be ever in the sunlight; may the shadow of sorrow never reach them. Such are the wishes of their numerous friends, among whom the TIMES is proud to occupy a place. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, November 29, 1881 P. 1
WILLOTT: Jos. Jr. Fire Insurance, 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
WILLOTT: Joseph Sr.b: 19 Aug. 1824, in England p: Joseph and Ann (Oakcraft) Willott m: 1847 to: Anna Gething Children: Jane, Joseph, Anna, Carrie and Samuel From Der Nord Westen, 20 May 1897: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Willott, Sr., will celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniversary next Tuesday. From Der Nord Westen, 01 June 1905: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Willott, Sr., celebrated their 58th Wedding Anniversary here on Thurs. last week with a family party.
WILLOTT: William m: 27 Nov. 1878 (co. mar. index v.4 p.136) to: Agnes McGavin From Der Nord Westen, 26 Nov. 1903: Mr. and Mrs. William Willott will celebrate their Silver Wedding Anniversary tomorrow. A large number of people are invited.
WILLOTT: See SCHMIDT See SNIFFIN
WILLRITS: See MOSSUCH
WILLS: No Name News article about son of H. Wills
WILLS: Henryb: 5 April 1824, in Upper Canada m: 16 Dec. 1851 (co. mar. index) to: Hannah A. Tufts (also Tuft) children: Millard A., Wilmot H., James H., Elizabeth F., Ward B., Eddie E., Jacob L., Ettie A., Millie M.
WILLS: Jacob m: 17 Jul 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.413) to: Helen M. Synes
WILLS: Wilmot H. m: 28 Mar 1891 (co. mar. index v.6 p.84) to: Addie Evans
WILLSMANN: Aug. L. b: 1899, WI Farmer and Breeder of High Grade Holstein and Guernsey Cattle and Buff Leghorn Chickens Ex-Treasurer Farmers' Elevator Co. S. 19 Two Rivers, Two Rivers m: Lillian Riha Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago
WILLSMANN: Wm. Jr. b: 1882, WI Farmer and Breeder of Pure Bred Holstein Cattle S. 19 Two Rivers, Two Rivers m: Lilla Kracht Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago
WILLSMANN: Wm. K. m: 2 July 1887 (co. mar. index v.5 p.380) to: Helena Stelzer
WILLSON: George A. m: 3 Sept. 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.171) to: Sophia Fortier
WILLSON: William m: 11 Aug. 1854 to: Martha Ollson Married at Mishicott, Aug. 11th, by D.G. Westgate Esq, Mr. William Willson, to Miss Martha Ollson, both of Mishicott. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, August 19, 1854 P. 3
WILLWIRTH: Christopher m: Ana children: Ana (b. 18 Jan. 1866/bapt. 28 Jan. 1866 St. Fidelis Cath. ch.)
WILLWERTH: Christopher m: Anna children: Josephus (b. 16 June 1875/bapt. 4 July 1875/from records of St. Fidelis Cath. ch. bk.1 p.3)
WILMAS: Crescentia Rosa Confirmation, Holy Trinity church, School Hill, 22 May 1912 (see Wilmes)
WILMAS: Pius p: Anton Wilmas and Carolina Hauch m: 27 Apr. 1915 (from record of St. Fidelis Cath. ch. bk.1 p.13) to: Anna Groh p: Anton Groh and Anna Koenig
WILMES: Anton m: 23 Nov 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.105) to: Caroline Hug
WILMS: Chas. m: 22 Dec. 1903 (co. mar. index v.7 p.311) to: Mary Soulak ***** Marriage licenses have been issued to Charles Wilms and Mae Sovlak (sic), both of Rapids, and the wedding will take place in the city next Tuesday. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, December 16, 1903 P. 2
WILMS: Friedric b: Prussia res: Sec. 25, carpenter p: Chs. Fred. Wm. and Catheran Wilms m: 25 June 1856 at Tn. Kossuth (co. mar. index v.1 p.119) to: Carline Dickmann p: Anton and Sophia Dickmann
WILMS: William m: 03 Jan 1893 (co. mar. index v.6 p.185) to: Hulda Neumann From Der Nord Westen, 05 Jan. 1893: Marriage of Wilhelm Wilms of Manitowoc Rapids, with Miss Hulda Neumann of Franklin, on 03 Jan., in Branch, by Justice of the Peace David Sheldon. ********** Wilms-Neumann. In the village of Branch on the third day of January 1893 by David Sheldon J.P., Mr. William Wilms of Manitowoc Rapids and Miss Hilda Neumann of Franklin. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, January 5, 1893
WILMES: Crescenz First Communion, Holy Trinity church, School Hill, 5 June 1910
WILNER: Carl m: Anna Gortz (Goetz?) children: Ernst Otto (b. 11 Dec. 1879/bapt. 8 Feb. 1880 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)
WILNERT: See BRAUN
WILNOW: Carl m: Anna Janz children: Adolph Gustav Edwin (b. 26 Aug. 1882/bapt. 10 Sept. 1882 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)
WILNOW: Karl b: 25 May 1849 in Stetin, Pommern res: Town Maple Grove p: Johann Friedr. Willnow and Mina born Feichtuer (Feichtner?) m: Anna Hirsch born Gans b: 18 Mar. 1856 p: Christian Gans and Anna born Knuth
WILSEN: Johann (Negro) m: unknown children: William Wilson Hall (b. 18 mo. ago in Milwaukee/bapt. 29 Apr. 1858 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)
WILSING: Wilhelm (co. mar. index, William) res: Manitowoc p: Friedrich & Maria (Stepken) Wilsing of Rheinpreussen m: 4 Dec. 1858, First Ger. Evang. Luth. Ch.(co. mar. index, v.2 p.8) to: Ernstine Raduntz p: Wilhelm & Johanna (Hamann) Raduntz of Pommern, Preussen
WILSING: Wilhelm m: 18 Aug. 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.260) to: Caroline Buenzow
WILSING: See ALEFF
WILSMAN: Family 4 Generation photo List of persons in photo Courtesy of the Two Rivers Historical Society
WILSMAN: Ferd. m: 25 Oct. 1887 (co. mar. index v.5 p.369) to: Maria Schmidt
WILSMAN: Johnm: 2 June 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.411) to: Louisa Schmidt
WILSMAN: William m: 13 Apr. 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.276) to: Mina M.L. Witt
WILSMANN: Fredb: 1863, in Dunkirk, New York p: Ernst Wilsmann m: 25 Oct. 1897, in Mishicot, WI to: Mary Schmidt p: Carl and Mary (Johannes) Schmidt children: Arthur and Edgar
WILSMANN: Harry From Der Nord Westen, 29 Apr. 1909: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilsmann celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary Saturday before last. 75 guests attended the celebration.
WILSMANN: Heinrich m: 17 Apr. 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.192) to: Elisabeth K. Schmidt
WILSMANN: Johann C. m: 02 Jun (no year)(co. mar. index v.5 p.420/in with 1888)
WILSMANN: See Adam Klein bio. See MANDEL See SCHMIDT See SPIEGEL
WILSNER: Joseph m: 13 Jan. 1879 (co. mar. index v.4 p.142) to: Anna Hewlovic
WILSON: Charle m: Anna/Anne children: Anne Marie/b. 25 May 1885/bp. 3 July 1885 Ella Mabel/b. 5 July 1889/bp. 24 Aug. 1889 (From records of the Gibson Evang. Luth. Ch.)
WILSON: Charles m: 29 Sep 1882 (co. mar. index v.5 p.217) to: Anna Evens
WILSON: Charles m: 17 Sept. 1849, Town of Two Rivers by Lor Petersen, J.P. (co. mar. index) to: Marie Anderson
WILSON: Charles W. m: 10 Apr. 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.45) to: Sarah E Conine MARRIED: WILSON - CONINE. - April 10th, 1871 at Two Rivers, Wis., by the Rev. C. B. Stevens of Manitowoc, Wis., the Rev. Charles W. Wilson of Two Rivers, Wis., and Miss Sarah E. Conine of the same place. The happy couple will please accept our best wishes of unceasing prosperity and that they may ever prove a blessing to each other and to all, with whom they may come in contact through life. Manitowoc Tribune Thursday, April 13, 1871 pg. 1
WILSON: Geo. From the Manitowoc Pilot, 22 April 1875: The real estate raffle of Geo. Wilson's has been postponed until Saturday May 8th, on account of the tickets not being all sold.
WILSON: Georg (also listed in records as Wilsen) m: Siri children: Otto/b. 7 Sept. 1882/bp. 22 Oct. 1882 (From records of the Gibson Evang. Luth. Ch.)
WILSON: George m: Sarah children: Georg Henry Adolphus/b. 10 Oct. 1880/bp. 10 Oct. 1880 (From records of the Gibson Evang. Luth. Ch.)
WILSON: George m: 21 Mar. 1868 (co. mar. index v.4 p.11) to: Maria Eberts
WILSON: Harry J. m: 2 May 1904 (co. mar. index v.7 p.322) to: Ilive (sic) McAllister (Olive)
WILSON: Henry m: 13 Dec 1898 (co. mar. index v.7 p.32) to: Inga Anderson (Igna on index)
WILSON: Ira E. p: Charles Wilson and Marie Anderson m: 31 Dec. 1893 (co. mar. index v.6 p.227) to: Elisabeth Roullier (Reouller on index) p: Samuel and Maria Roullier
WILSON: John m: 10 Jun 1872 (co. mar. index v.5 p.413/carried forward) to: Geline Gilbertsen
WILSON: Joseph m: 13 Jul 1891 (co. mar. index v.6 p.103) to: Mary Riederer Marriage of Jos. Wilson of Detroit, Michigan, with Miss Mary Riederer of Manitowoc, by Judge William Bach on Mon., 13 July in the residence of the bride in Manitowoc's 1st Ward. Der Nord Westen, 16 July 1891 ***** GRANTS THE DECREE. Circuit Courts Give Divorce to Deserted Wife-Notes. Circuit court granted the divorce prayed for by Mrs. Mary Wilson Monday and the judgment was issued. Desertion was the charge, the husband Joseph Wilson having left four years ago. Court is still taken up with the Recheygl case with the prospect that it will not be completed before Wednesday noon, Carl Seiker, former owner of the property over which the dispute arose, was on the stand during the entire morning session of the court. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, January 26, 1904 P. 1
WILSON: Norman m: 14 Sept. 1899 (co. index v.7 p.67) to: Emma Stueck children: (info from Raymond's obituary) Raymond J. (b. 26 June 1906, town of Gibson/d. 14 Aug. 2003, Two Rivers, aged 97yr/ m. Margaret Schroeder 1937/m. Helen Fabian 1957/m. Olivia Engelbrecht 1973/ outlived all three wives.) Mabel Viola Nora John From Der Nord Westen, 07 Sep. 1899: Marriage License issued for: Norman Wilson and Emma Stueck, both from Gibson ******** From Der Nord Westen, 21 Sep. 1899: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 19 Sep.) Marriage of Norman Wilson last week with Miss Wilma Stueck, daughter of John Stueck of Gibson. ******** The wedding of Norman Wilson and Emma Stueck, two well known Michicott (sic) young people, takes place to-morrow morning. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, September 13, 1899 P.2
WILSON: Oliver m: Mary children: Horace Oliver/b. 12 July. 1882/bp. 19 Sept. 1886 Clarence Arthur/b. 14 May 1886/bp. 19 Sept. 1886 (From the Gibson Evan. Luth. Church records)
WILSON: Otto m: 27 Dec. 1905 (co. mar. index v.7 p.427) to: Elsie Beseau
WILSON: William m: 30 Dec. 1887 (co. mar. index v.385) to: Anna Clark
WILSON: Wm. m: 30 Dec. 1887 (co. mar. index v.5 p.439) to: Catharine Comers
WILSON: See BESEAU See KNUDSON See Henry Sibree bio. See Herman Spoentgen, Jr. bio. also have VILSON See WAGNER
WILTGEN: Jacob m: 14 Mar. 1903 (co. mar. index v.7 p.266) to: Louisa Schmidt
WILTGEN: Jacob m: 2 Oct. 1906 (co. mar. index v.8 p.24) to: Mary Gaca
WILWERT: See BRAUN
WILZKI: See MEISTER
WIMER: See WIMMER
WIMMER: John b: Town of Liberty – farmer p: Anton Wimmer and Brabara Brandel m: 07 May 1889 at St. Gregory Catholic Church, St. Nazianz (co. mar. index v.5 p.452) to: Franciska Igel b: Bavaria p: Franz Xaver Igel and Theresia Fischer
WIMMER: Michael(Wimer on co. mar. index) b: 12 Sept. 1859, in Bavaria p: John and Mary Wimmer, (Bavaria) m: 1888 (21 Feb. 1887, co. mar. index v.5 p.354) to: Theresa Stauber, Eden Twp., Manitowoc Co. (Theresia on co. mar. index) p: Frank Stauber children: Mary, Frank, John, Joseph, Michael, Peter, Rosa, Emil, Mattie and Henry Photo Michael Wimmers Will Mark Golden Wedding Anniversay At the St. Paul's Catholic church where he served as janitor before his retirement and where his is now doing relief duty as janitor, Michael Wimmer and his bride will repeat before the Rev. Martin Jackien the nuptial vows which they firs pledged 50 years ago tomorrow. The mass will be celebrated at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning. After mass the Wimmers will return with their guests to their home, 715 South 24th street, where they will have a family dinner at noon and open house from 2 until 5 o'clock in the afternoon. With the Wimmers tomorrow will be their seven children; John on the home- stead farm, route 1, Joseph of this city, Mike of near Silver Lake, Mrs. Charles Bleser of Seymour, Peter of Cooperstown, Emil of Marytown and Henry of Lakewood. Mr. Wimmer was born in Bavaria on September 5, 77 years ago. He came to America in 1885, when he was 25 years old. He followed the carpenter trade for two years, and following his marriage to Theresa Stauber at St. Gregory's, St. Nazianz, took up residence on a farm in the town of Meeme where they remained for 18 years. From this farm they moved to a farm near the Holy Family convent and remained there for another period of 18 years. Fifteen years ago they moved to the city where they have lived since. Mr. Wimmer was a county employe for seven years. Theresa Stauber Wimmer was born in the town of Eaton in September, 72 years ago. She has managed the households of the two farm establishments she and her husband have operated, and does her own housework at their city home.
WIMMER: See William E. Seibel bio.
WIMMLER: Charles H.b: 26 Dec. 1875, in Centerville Township, Manitowoc Co. p: Franz and Lena (Toepel) Wimmler m: 6 May 1902 (co. mar. index v.7 p.212) to: Catherine Bersch p: Jacob Bersch children: Harold Earl
WIMMLER: Franz m: 18 Mar. 1861 (co. mar. index v.2 p.126) to: Linna Toepel
WIMMLER: Williamb: 20 May 1873, in Manitowoc Co. p: Franz and Lina (Toepel) Wimmler m: 16 April 1899 (not on mar. index) to: Lena Dippold p: Lawrence Dippold, Sheboygan Co. children: Elma, Mildred, Nita and Edward From Der Nord Westen, 20 Apr. 1899: Marriage in Cleveland last Sun. of W. Wimmler of Centerville, with Miss Lina Dippold of Town Mosel by Pastor Sprengling of Centerville.
WIMMLER: See GABSCH
WIMPF: (Divorced - 1875) Wimpf, Barbara, vs. Wimpf, Charles Married 21 March 1857 in the Village of Manitowoc, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin. One child, Bertha Wimpf, 18 years old.
WIMPF: Charles b: Duchy of Nassau res: Manitowoc p: Charles and Sophia Wimpf m: 21 Mar. 1857 at Manitowoc (co. mar. index v.1 p.183) to: Roberta Nasser p: Francis and Catherina Goetzler