DAGGERT, SON OF CHARLES B. From the Manitowoc Herald, 1855 Dec 22: Son of Charles B. Daggert broke through the ice and drowned (no name given) ******* DROWNED.-A son of C.B. Daggert, Post Master at Two Rivers, broke thro' the ice while sliding on the River, at that place, on Monday evening. He was seen about dark, on the evening in question, rolling a barrel, and on being missed, the broken ice and floating barrel told the sad story of his fate. His body was recovered on Tuesday A.M. near the place where he was last seen alive. His age was about 7 years, and we learn that he was unusually bright and intelligent. Manitowoc Tribune, Thursday, December 20, 1855 P. 7
DAILY, MRS. From Der Nord Westen, 16 Aug. 1900: Thurs. evening Mrs. Daily fell dead from a heart attack. She was 65.
DAMROW, CHILD OF ALBERT Notes from School Hill: Mrs. Albert Damrow, who was quite sick is recovering. A little baby boy was born but lived only a short time. Manitowoc Pilot, Thurs., Dec. 15, 1919 ******* (1920 Meeme census: School Hill is in Meeme twp. Albert age 35; wife Hattie 34; Violet 14; Leona 11)
DAMSKI, MRS. JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 25 Jan. 1894: Death on Sat. of 23 yr. old Mrs. Damski, wife of 7th Ward resident John Damski, of inflammation of the lower abdomen. She leaves her husband and one child. Burial took place Mon. at the local Polish Cemetery.
DANAHY, JOSEPH Joseph Danahy, a former resident who moved to Chicago 85 years ago, died at that city while being removed from his home to a hospital last Friday. The body was returned here and the funeral held Monday morning. He never married and is survived by a sister, Mrs. Margaret Imgruet, and a niece. Manitowoc Sun Messenger October 1, 1937 pg. 2 ******** DANAHY Joseph—Died at Chicago. Body arrive on Limited tonight. Funeral Monday at 7:45 from the Pfeffer Funeral Home and at 8 o'clock at the St. Boniface church, with Rev. Father Haeasely officiating. Burial at Calvary cemetery. The body may be viewed at the Pfeffer Funeral Home. Manitowoc Herald Times September 25, 1937 pg. 13
DANAHY, TIMOTHY Following a 2-yr. illness, Timothy Danahy died here Sun. The deceased was born 07 Sep. 1846 and was a resident of our city since 1871. He was an iron smelter by profession and is survived by his widow and 3 children. His funeral was held yesterday morning at the Catholic Cemetery. Der Nord Westen, 16 July 1903
DAUL, JOSEPH R. Joseph R. Daul, age 76, of 4407 Ravine Drive, Manitowoc, died Thursday, March 13, 1997, at his residence. Funeral Services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, March 17, 1997, at the Jens Funeral Home. Officating (sic) at the service will be Rev. Stephen Schuette. He was born June 20, 1920, in Elcho, Wis., son of the late Joseph and Carrie Litzen Daul. He served in the United States Marine Corp. as a paratrooper from 1942-1944. He worked for many years at the Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry as the Superintendent retiring in 1985. He married Elaine Thiel February 26, 1943, in San Diego, Calif. Survivors include his wife, Elaine Daul, Manitowoc; three sons and two daughters-in- law, Gregory and Bette Daul, San Diego, Calif., Dallas and Karen Daul, Oregon City, Ore., Jim Daul, Portland, Ore.; two daughters and sons-in-law, Bonnie and John Gryboski, Racine, Georgia and Stephen Papoi, South Bend, Ind.; one sister, Alice Svic, Pelican Lake, Wis.; two step-brothers and their spouses, Allen and Pat Fisher, Rhinelander, Fred and Van Fisher, Wausau; one brother-in-law and two sisters-in-law, Randolph and Armella Thiel, Chilton, Helen Daul, Montreal, Wis.; 10 grandchildren, Lisa Muench, Racine, John Mittnacht, New Holstein, Shelila Kish, South Bend, Ind., Deva Ashley, South Bend, Ind., Ty Daul, Orlando, Fla., Trevor Daul, North Bend, Wash., Chad Daul, Vancouver, Wash., Alex Daul, Oregon City, Ore., Shannon Daul and Kelli Daul, Portland, Ore.; seven great-grandchildren; a special friend, Ray Madsen. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Glenn Daul. Friends may call at the Jens Funeral Home from 10 a.m. Monday until the time of service. Herald Times Reporter, March 15, 1997 P. A2
DAVIS, JEAN D Actually, it is D. Jean Davis - the 'D' stands for Doris, but she hated the name Doris, so she used the name Jean. Her maiden name was Morrison, she was born in Missouri. The social security number was issued in Oregon, because that is where she lived with her first husband - his name escapes me. She has a daughter who lives near Valders, and a son who lives in Milwaukee. Jean died of cancer; and per her request, there was no obituary in the newspaper, and only one broadcast on WCUB radio - no other station. She did not have a formal funeral - she was cremated, and her ashes were spread over Lake Michigan, off Maritime Drive. The ceremony was invitation only, and she wanted absolutely no tears. OK for me, not so easy for my kids. I just happen to know all this because I was her "gopher" and friend for about 8 years - starting when she was living in Francis Creek, and broke her knee; through her moves to/in Manitowoc, because she was never satisfied. One of the people she lived with was Howard Hoppe - she had moved out of there shortly before he fell asleep in his chair with a cigarette, burned his house down, and died in the fire! After I saw her through her physical therapy, I did her checkbook, her taxes, ran errands, accompanied her places. Extremely interesting woman. 30 September 1927-19 July 1999 soc. sec. issued OR (sent in by a friend)
DEAN, MR. Niles news: Died:-Mr. Dean a resident of the town of Eaton died last Thursday morning. He leaves a wife and two grandchildren. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, March 16, 1886 P.3
DECLERQ, HECTOR REISS CO. GIVES ELECTRICIAN A LEAVE OF ABSENCE Hector DeClerq, Seven Yrs, Charge, to Recuperate His Health Hector DeClerq, chief electrician at the Reiss company docks in this city for the past seven years has been granted a leave of absence by the company for six months and will seek to recuperate his health which has not been the best since a recent illness. Frank Hrabek, formerly with the Buerstatte Electric company, has been appointed to succeed Mr. DeClerq in his absence. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, May 24, 1917, Page 4 ******** DEATH CLAIMS HECTOR DECLERQ, AT HOME LAST NIGHT Chief Electrician of Reiss Co. in City Passes Away After Illness of Months. Burial Thursday. Hector De Clerq, chief electrician of the Reiss Coal company docks in this city and a resident here since ten years ago, died at his home at 714 Marshall street last evening after an illness that was of months' duration and which forced him to give up his work six weeks ago. Mr. DeClerq's condition became critical ten days ago and he had failed rapidly since that time. Heart trouble was the cause of death. Mr. Declerq was a native of France and was born Nov. 29, 1868, being 49 at his death. He came here to accept a position with the Manitowoc and Northern Traction company and later became chief electrician of the Reiss company. He was an expert in his line and when his health failed, the Reiss company granted him a vacation with pay a six months' period. He was a man of likeable personality and had a large circle of friends. Mr. DeClerq was a member of the Odd Fellows, the Moose and the Owls orders. He is survived by his widow and two daughters, Violet and Thelma. The funeral will be held Thursday morning from St. Boniface church. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, June 26, 1917, Page 1 ********* Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Truedell, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Truedell and Mrs. James Hamilton of Milwaukee are here for the funeral of the late Hector DeClerq. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, June 28, 1917, Page 3 ********* Nelson Trudell and daughter, Myrtle have returned to Milwaukee, having been here to attend the funeral of Hector DeClerq. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Saturday, June 30, 1917, Page 2
DEDRICH, MRS. PERNILLE From Der Nord Westen, 08 Aug. 1901: Death Tues. last week, near Tisch Mills, of 80-yr. old Mrs. Pernille Dedrich. She is survived by her husband and 3 daughters. The funeral was held Thurs.
DEHR, CASIMIR From Der Nord Westen, 11 Feb. 1897: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 08 Feb.) Casimir Dehr, who was nearing the age of 70, was found dead of a heart attack in his bed on Wed. He was a meat merchant, known throughout the county. The funeral will be Fri. morning in the Polish Cemetery.
DELMENE, PETER From Der Nord Westen, 08 June 1899: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 05 June) A newborn daughter of our shoemaker Peter Delmene died a few days after her birth.
DELVIS, MRS. From Der Nord Westen, 05 Oct. 1899: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 03 Oct.) Death of Mrs. Delvis on 27 Sep. at age 88. Her funeral was Fri. from the Catholic Church. (possibly cem. #63)
DEONSCHEK, MRS From Der Nord Westen, 19 Apr. 1900: Also, the funeral of the mother of Range Line resident John Deonschek was held at the Polish Church on Mon.
DEPONS H. Mr. H. Depons died last Fri., a long time resident of our county. Der Nord Westen, 31 Aug. 1882
DERBING, DIETRICH From Der Nord Westen, 28 June 1888: Sudden death of Dietrich Derbing last Tue. The long time resident of Gibson was in Mishicott last Thurs. visiting friends. Upon returning home, he suddenly fell dead. At age 49, he leaves a large family.
DERGA, HERMAN 26 March 1907 March 1978 soc. sec. issued IA Herman E. Derga (March 26 1907 to March 13 1978) is buried at Calvary Cemetery (St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery) Cascade Twp. Dubuque Co. IA with his wife Anna Merfeld Derga. (1906-1944) He is my cousin, and information on his burial came to me from his late sister Augusta Derga Grobstick. He lived in Manitowoc county, but was buried in Iowa. (sent in by researcher/see contributors page)
DETJEN, MR. From Der Nord Westen, 21 Feb. 1889: Death today of Mr. Detjen in Mishicott. The deceased lived for the last several years of his life with his son-in-law Hermann Baloose, reaching the age of 84 years.
DETTMAN, ELLA Gibson news: Ella Dettman, a little daughter of Ernest Dettman died Jan. 1 of blood poisoning. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 26, 1886 P.3 ********* (Note: This family is on the 1880 census. Ella was 2 yrs. at the time)
DEVLIN, CATHRINE From Der Nord Westen, 24 July 1902: Death here of 62-yr. old Mrs. Cathrine Devlin following a long illness. She leaves 4 children. Her funeral was held Tues. morning from the Catholic Church.
DICKENSCHEID, CHARLES Charles Dickenscheid/d. 18 Aug. 1925/age 75 years/from St. Lukes Annual 1925)
DICKERT, DAU. OF HENRY From Der Nord Westen, 15 May 1890: Death of the 18 yr. old daughter of Town Franklin resident Henry Dickert on 08 May, with burial Sun. in the Reformed Cemetery, Branch Mills.
DICKINSON, MRS. L.W. From Der Nord Westen, 02 May 1901: Local resident Mrs. L.W. Dickinson died Sat. in St. Vincent's Hospital in Indianapolis. She had been ill for a long time but chose to take a trip to see her parents who live in Valley Mills, Ind., but her illness got worse there requiring her hospitalization in Indianapolis where she died. Mrs. Dickinson was only 23-yrs. old and, in addition to her husband, is survived by a 2-yr. old daughter.
DIEFENBACH, VICTORIA 23 Nov 1901/Jan 1973 Mrs. Clarence Diefenbach, 71, of 1714 S. 15th St., Manitowoc, died early Friday morning at Holy Family Hospital, Manitowoc. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at First Lutheran Chapel, Manitowoc. The Rev. Bruce Hanstedt will officiate and cremation will follow. Mrs. Diefenbach, nee Victoria Brusky, was born Nov. 23, 1901, in Kewaunee County, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brusky. She was married to George J. Planski. He preceded her in death. She was married to Clarence Diefenbach Oct. 11, 1953. Survivors include her husband, a son, George Planski, of Milwaukee; a brother Louis, of Manitowoc; four sisters, Mrs. Emma Wishka, of Muskegon, Mich., Mrs. Ann Walls, of Miami, Fla., Mrs. Leone Nutt, of Rivane, Mich., and Mrs. Evelyn Schaefer, of Milwaukee; and a granddaughter (Survivor omitted for privacy.) of Milwaukee. Friends may call at Urbanek and Schlei Funeral Home, Manitowoc, from 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday and from 9 a.m. Monday at the church chapel. The casket will remain closed. Memorials may be made to First Lutheran Church. Herald Times Reporter, Manitowoc, Wis. January 26, 1973 P. 16
DIEM, SON OF H. Two Creeks news: Died, an infant son of Mr. H. Diem on the 22nd ist. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, December 27, 1881 P. 4
DIER, ELIZABETH IN LAST SLEEP Death summoned an aged resident of the city this morning in the person of Mrs. Elizabeth Dier, who passed away after an illness of two years. She had been confined to her bed only six days but suffered greatly for many months. (illegible).. a native of Germany but had resided in Wisconsin for fifty two years, nineteen years of which had been spent in this city. Previous to coming here the family resided on a farm in Door County. She was one of three surviving children of a large family and two brothers, both of whom are aged, mourn her death. They are Michael Ripplinger, of this city and Frederick Ripplinger of Spencer, this state. Mrs. Dier was a woman whose many virtues endeared her to a large circle of friends, who will long cherish the memory of her kindly life. Funeral arrangements have not been made. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, Apr. 15, 1902, Page 1 ******* Tier (sic) birth: 1825 death: 15 April 1902 Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin residence: 1902 Manitowoc Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 ******** First publication May 1, 1902. State of Wisconsin-County Court for Manitowoc County. In the matter of the estate of Elizabeth Dier, deceased, in probate. An instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of Elizabeth Dier, of Manitowoc, Wis, in said county, having been delivered into said court: And Elizabeth Kuhl, of Manitowoc in said county, having presented to said court her petition in writing duly verified, representing among other things that said Elizabeth Dier died testate, at Manitowoc, in said county, on the 15th day of April, 1902, that said instrument is the last will of said deceased and that said petitioner is named therein as executrix, and praying that said instrument be proven and admitted to probate and that letters testamentary be thereon issued to said petitioner. It is ordered: That said petition and the matters therein be heard and proofs of said last will and testament be taken at a special term of said county court to be held at the probate office in the city of Manitowoc, on Tuesday, the 27th day of May, 1902, at 10 o'clock A.M. And it is further ordered: That notice of the time and place of said hearing be given by publication hereof for three successive weeks, once each week, previous to the time of said hearing, in the Manitowoc Post a newspaper published in said Manitowoc County. Dated April 30, 1902. By the Court. John Chloupek, County Judge. Baensch & Kelley, Att'ys. Manitowoc Post, Thursday, May 15, 1902 P. 8
DILL, CLINTON Manitowoc Tribune Vol. 18 No. 2, Thursday April 27, 1871, Page 4 Column 7 Died. Dill-- In the town of Franklin in Manitowoc County, April 13th 1871, Clinton Dill, age 71 years. He was born in Orange County, State of New York, and lived in this county 16 years. Leaves a widow and several children
DILLON: Catharine Died - In this city, on January 7th, wife of John Dillon, born in Kil?dane, County of Clare, Ireland. Aged 60 years. May she rest in peace Amen. The deceased was one of our oldest residents and universally esteemed and respected for her goodness of heart, which has been noted in many quiet acts of charity to the more unfortunate in distress. While she was able to walk about among her neighbors her pleasant and sympathetic nature made her ever a welcome visitor and participator in their joys or sorrows. She leaves a husband and son to mourn her loss. Her son, Patsey Dillon, deserves more than a passing notice. Each summer for several years he has sought employment in Chicago, while each succeeding winter has found him at his mothers bedside faithfully ministering to her every want. His efforts in this direction will prove double beneficial to him in after years, as his own conciousness of having smoothed her pillow in her declining years will always strengthen and ennoble his manhood, while the fact as known in this community will serve as a certificate of character wherever it is known. Manitowoc Pilot, January 14, 1875
DILLON, DAVID A. Attorney David A. Dillon, 50, of 2305 Wollmer St., Manitowoc, died unexpectedly Monday evening, May 12, at home. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Thursday at Urbanek and Schlei Funeral Home, Manitowoc. Deacon William Klein will officiate with cremation to follow services. Mr. Dillon was born Dec. 27, 1929, at Toledo, Ohio, son of the late John and Helene Droluth Dillon. He grew up and attended schools and graduated from high school at Paw Paw, Mich., in 1948. He graduated from the University of Wichita in 1957, and Marquette Law School in 1960. In 1960, he passed the Wisconsin Bar Association. He practiced as attorney in Kiel, Wis., from 1960 to 1969. In 1969 he moved to Manitowoc where he practiced until the present time. He married Patricia R. Suettinger in 1972. He was a member of State Bar Association of Wisconsin and served with the United States Army from 1961 to 1963. Survivors include his wife, Patricia; two sons, David Dillon and Daniel Dillon of Green Bay; a step son, William Suettinger of Manitowoc; three step daughters, Holly Nesper of Valders, Rechel Price of Manitowoc, and Stacy Suetting of Manitwooc; a sister, Betty Dillon of Fort Worth, Texas, and three step grandchildren. Friends may call at Urbanek and Schlei State Street Chapel, from 5 o'clock to 9 o'clock this Wednesday evening and Thursday until the time of services. Herald Times Reporter, May 14, 1980 P.3
DILLON, JOHN John Dillon has been missing since 18 Oct. without a trace. It is feared he fell in the river and his body has not yet been found. Der Nord Westen, 06 Nov. 1879 ********** A body believed to be John Dillon was found in the lake at Two Rivers last Fri. clad only in a pair of boots. Believed to be John Dillon, who had been missing since last fall. Der Nord Westen, 11 Mar. 1880
DILLON: Tim From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Ditcher. Patronage solicited. Post Office, Osman; Section 26, Liberty Township. ********** Tim Dillon of Liberty was perhaps fatally injured yesterday morning. He was on his way home from Osman and stepped into the barn of Frank O'Niel where he stumbled against a horse which kicked him in the head inflicting injuries which may prove fatal. Manitowoc Pilot, Vol. XXXV No. 24, March 15, 1894, Page 3 Column 3 (sent in by Lisa) ********* On the morning of March 14 Tim Dillon was found in the barn of Frank Kelley of Liberty unconscious, from the kicks of a horse against which he stumbled while in an intoxicated state, as it was supposed. Dr. O'Brien and Schmitz of St. Nazians (sic) were called, and the wounds were dressed. Dillon was brought to the city hospital and died the following day but with no period of consciousness intervening. These facts were published before in The Pilot, but are reproduced as the case is now being investigated by the district attorney and a post mortem examination is in progress before Justice of the Peace P.J. McMahan. Dillon had seven wounds in his head and those on the back of the head were of such a character as to lead to the suspicion that they could not have been inflicted by the cork's of a horse shoe. The cuts were not ragged but appeared to have been made by a sharp instument (sic). Dr.Luhman found that the skull was not broken but that a clot of blood pressed upon the top of the brain. Dillon was buried in the cemetery at Meeme but this did not quiet the rumor that he met his death by other means than the kicks of a horse. The district attorney in company with Constable Pierce and Marshal Bolen visited the section last week and after gathering all the information possibe, decided to have the body exhumed and a post mortem examination held. On Tuesday, District Attorney Chloupek, Constable Pierce and Doctors Luhman and Frazer went out to Meeme to have the body exhumed and examined. The inquest opened on Wednesday before Justice McMahon. Dillon was a bachelor, and though born in Liberty has no relatives living there now as the family was broken up and moved to Texas. He lived alone in a shanty which he built and cultivated a small area which he rented and made his living mainly by doing jobs for the farmers. The evening before he received the injuries which proved fatal to him, he went to the village of Osman with Patrick O'Neil who had lately returned from the lumber woods. They remained there quite late and he O'Neil and Ed Burns left for home in company. Burns left them at the town line road and went home. It seems a quarrel of some kind took place here, as people were awakened by the noise. This was about 2 o'clock in the morning. Apparently the altercation did not lead to blows as the two men were known to leave. The barn in which Dillon was found is about half a mile from the town line. The district attorney does not choose to say yet what theory the state has formed with regard to the case. It will be made known in good time. The doctors returned from the autopsy yesterday. They say the cuts in the head must have been made by some sharp insturment. Manitowoc Pilot, Thursday, April 5, 1894 P. 3 ********** This appears to be his family 1870 Liberty twp. census: (Mary Dillon 30; Catherine 16; Daniel 14; Ann 12; Bartholemy 9; John 7; Mary 4; James 4; Thimothy(sic) 2; Thomas 1) ********** This in marriages DILLON: Joannis m: Maria Jones children: Timothy (bapt. 7 June 1867/from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.8) ********** I cannot find Timothy on the 1880 census
DIRKMANN, CHILD OF JAKOB From Der Nord Westen, 17 Sept. 1896: Death on Sun. of the 7-mo. old child of Jakob Dirkmann of Manitowoc, from convulsions. The little body was laid to rest Tues. morning in the Catholic Cemetery. ******** B. Leo Dirkmann Wisconsin Death Index Name B Leo Dirkmann Event Type Death Event Date 13 Sep 1896 Event Place Manitowoc, Wisconsin Page 0158 ******* (County death index: Benignus [Benjamin] Leo Dirkmann/d. Sept. 13, 1896 v.5 p.26) ******* (1900 Manitowoc census: Jacob Dirkmann age 37; Rose age 28, had 4 children, 3 living; Rose age 7; Stella age 2; Agnes b.Aug 1899 age 9/12
DIRKMANN, DAU. OF JACOB A 5-yr. old little daughter of South Main St. resident Jacob Dirkmann died last week. Der Nord Westen, 26 Jan. 1905 ******* It appears this was a boy who died: Jacob F. Dirkmann Wisconsin, Death Records Name Jacob F. Dirkmann Event Type Death Event Date 1905 Event Place Manitowoc County, Wisconsin Residence Place Manitowoc, Gender Male Age 0 Race W Birth Date 02 Oct 1904 Birth Year (Estimated) 1905 Birthplace Manitowoc, Wis. Cemetery Catholic Cemetery Father's Name Jacob Dirkmann Father's Birthplace Kossuth, Wis. Mother's Name Rosa Dirkmann Mother's Birthplace Manitowoc, Wis. ****** Jacob Dirkman Wisconsin Death Index Name Jacob Dirkman Event Type Death Event Date 18 Jan 1905 Event Place Manitowoc, Wisconsin Page 0370 ******* Jacob F. Dirkmann Wisconsin Deaths and Burials Name Jacob F. Dirkmann Gender Male Death Date 18 Jan 1905 Death Place Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin Age 0 Birth Date 02 Oct 1904 Birthplace Manitowoc Race White Marital Status Single Father's Name Jacob Dirkmann Father's Birthplace Kossuth Mother's Name Rosa Mother's Birthplace Manitowoc
DITTBRENNER, HENRY From Der Nord Westen, 02 Sept. 1909: Death in Grimms of Henry Dittbrenner of consumption. He is survived by his mother, 2 brothers and 3 sisters.
DODGE, MR. Gibson news: Died, on the 1st. of Dec. Mr. Dodge. The deceased was the father of Mrs. John Hays. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, December 8, 1885 P.4
DONAHUE, WALTER Walter Donahue, well known resident of Centerville, died today. Decedent was a brother of Thomas Donahue, 1113 So. Eleventh street, this city, and was engaged in farming. He was born in Centerville and was 24 and unmarried. The funeral will be held at Osman Friday. Manitowoc Herald News, Manitowoc, Wis. April 7, 1920 P. 1
DONAN, BRIDGET Name: Donan, Bridget D.: 5/25/Prob 1870 B.: Reg. D.: 6/1/1870 Sex: F/W Age at Death: 40 Yrs. B.P.: D.P.: Franklin, Kewaunee Co. Wis. Cem.: Cooperstown Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. E. Henzler, Kossuth Spouse: Patrick Regan F.: Dennis Donan M.: Marie Donan Cause of Death: Pg. #: 78
DONCEK, CHILD OF CHARLES From Der Nord Westen, 15 Dec. 1904: A 3-yr. old son of Chas. Doncek in Two Rivers died last week and was buried Friday.
DONOVAN, CATHARINE From the Manitowoc Herald, 23 Aug. 1860: Catharine Donovan drowned in the lake.
DOOLAN, MRS. Mrs. Doolan died at Chicago and was brought here last night for burial. She is mother of John Doolan of this city and funeral took place this morning. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Manitowoc, Wis. Monday, October 24, 1898 (Note: There is a Catherine Doolan in #43 who died Oct. 17, 1897/ this might be her.
DORNHAUS, MRS. Mrs. Dornhaus of this city died on Saturday last. Manitowoc Pilot, Thursday, January 18, 1894 P. 3
DORNSKY, JOSEPH Joseph Dornsky, one of the oldest residents of Manitowoc, died at his home at 1235 South Sixteenth street, this morning. Mr. Dornsky came to Manitowoc in 1866 from Germany and has resided here ever since. He is survived by a wife and four daughters, Mrs. E.K. Crowe, John Pentony, M.S. Torrison of Manitowoc and Mrs. C.S. Burger of Scranton, Pa. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Manitowoc Herald News, Tuesday, January 11, 1921 P.1
DORSETT, JOSEPH From the Manitowoc Herald, 11 Apr. 1861: Joseph Dorsett accident, he was crushed by a log.
DOUCETT, JOSEPH LOST ON THE SEA BIRD Information Relative to the Citizens of Manitowoc who were Victims of the Late Disaster. Thirty-One Persons Lost. In fulfilling the painful duty which devolves upon us at this time we have endeavored to present to our readers a correct report containing all the information in regard to the lost which we could obtain. We fear there will be some errors, but we have as far as possible obtained the statements of relatives or immediate friends of the deceased. We would that some other hand than ours--one better skilled in soothing afflicted hearts-- might perform the sad office of saying comforting words to the distressed of our Village, but it may not be and we can only say to those who suffer, you have our heartfelt sympathy-- and the sympathy of every person in Manitowoc. We have known your friends, respected them, loved them; and your loss is our loss. Let us hope that He who doeth all things well hath not permitted our friends to fall in vain. JOSEPH DOUCETT Came to this place about fifteen years ago from Calais, Me., we believe. He was of Scotch descent and was born in New Brunswick. He has generally been engaged in the lumbering business, though we believe he has lived on a farm a part of his time. He was a member of the 14th Regiment and one of the bravest of the brave. At the battle of Corinth he was one of the color guard which consisted of eight men. The rebels charged but the 14th would not break; five of the color guard were killed but still the fight went on around the colors. A rebel reached out to take them and Doucett killed him with his bayonet, at the same time he received a bayonet wound through the abdomen and was pitched into a brush heap from which he was afterwards taken by the rebels. He was reported dead; his wife dressed in mourning, and all thought he was gone, but he came home and when the Regiment re-enlisted he went along. At the close of the war, being disabled by his wound he started a grocery but did not do very well and sold out. For a year or two he has lived in the country and done very well. Mr. D. was strictly and honest man, generous and kind. He had hosts of friends who with his wife and two children mourn his loss. (Article continues in the same manner for each individual lost on the SEA BIRD; Geo. W. Emery, James A. Hodges, Capt. N.T. Nelson, Capt. John Sorenson, Charles Riechen, Henry Nieman, Henry Pfeffer, James Leykom, August Wilde, Richard Flossbach, Amos Meyer, John Melka, Martin Rozezguiatee, Wm. Barter, Casper Klimer, John Foucks, Herman Jacoby, Wenzel Hawlichek, P.C. Danahy, Raymond H. Hunt, Fred Henning Jr., and Thorine Oleson.) OTHERS. We hear of others who were on the boat beyond a doubt--one a Norwegian who has been chopping wood in this vicinity, could not learn his name; and two girls from the country who took passage from here with the intention of going either to Milwaukee or Chicago have not been heard from since the disaster. So it will be seen there were Thirty-one from here certainly, and two doubtful, lost on the SEA BIRD. The Manitowoc Tribune Thursday, April 16, 1868 pg. 4
DOUGLAS, MRS. Mrs. Douglas, a weaver died suddenly week before last, at Clark's Mills. She was much thought of by the community. Manitowoc Pilot, Feb. 23, 1871
DOYLE, DELIA From Der Nord Westen, 11 Dec. 1902: Sat. a telegram reached here reporting that Maple Grove born and raised Delia Doyle, who had gone to New Orleans for a medical consultation regarding her failing health, had committed suicide by drowning. Miss Doyle had taught school for many years in Milwaukee but gave up her work because of her health. Her body will be brought to Maple Grove for burial.
DRAPER, EARLE DIED - In Mishicott, on the 12 inst, Earle, son of Jedediah and Maria Draper, aged eight years. Manitowoc Pilot, Thurs., July 22, 1864 ********* (1860 Mishicot census: Jeddediah Draper age 40; wife Maria 30; Edgar 8; Earl 3; Adel 9/12; This family was in Escanaba, Mich. in 1870) (Note: It appears they named the wrong son in the obituary)
DREGER, P.A. Death of P.A. Traeger (referred to as "Dreger" in subsequent issues), overseer of the Two Rivers Cemetery. On Tues. morning, as he was busy digging a grave, he died of a heart attack. Der Nord Westen, 04 Aug. 1892 ********** (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 08 Aug.) Burial of August Dreger on Thurs. by Pastor Eilert of the Ev. Church. The decedent died suddenly while digging the grave of Mrs. Conine. Der Nord Westen, 11 Aug. 1892
DREIERN, MRS. From Der Nord Westen, 11 Feb. 1892 (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 08 Feb., 1892) Death of Mrs. Dreiern last week after an illness of many years. The funeral was held Sat. in the Lutheran Church. Her husband predeceased her some years ago, and she is survived by several grown children. (should be in #89A)
DRESCHER, DR. From Der Nord Westen, 13 Jan. 1881: Dr. Drescher died in Kiel after a long illness.
DRISCOLL, JOSEPH From Der Nord Westen, 01 Jan. 1903: Joseph Driscoll of Meeme, a brakeman on the Northwestern Railroad, was run over and killed while at work near Oconto Falls recently. He is the 3rd brother in this family who has met his death in the past 3 yrs. He was 25 yrs. old and single.
DRUCKS, ANNA Manitowoc Tribune, Vol. 18 No. 19, Thursday, August 24, 1871, Page 4 Column 4 Killed instantly in the town of Manitowoc Rapids, on Friday, Aug. 18th, at the age of 8 years, Anna, the daughter of Mr, Frank Drucks a farmer residing near the Branch. The child, in company with her brother was taking a horse to the river, to drink, when the horse suddenly began to kick, and striking her on the temple caused instant death. The young girl was buried last Sunday, and the very largely attended funeral is the best evidence of the general love for the child, and great sympathy for the bereaved parents.
DRUMM, JOHN John Drumm, 78, former Manitowoc resident, died in Milwaukee yesterday. He is survived by his widow, the former Tina Frederich of Maple Grove. Funeral services will be held in Milwaukee Monday. Manitowoc Herald Times, Friday, November 13, 1942 ******** INDRA, ALBERTINA (FREDRICH) DRUMM Mrs. Albertina Indra, 85, died Monday evening at Shady Lane Home, Manitowoc. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Reedsville Funeral Home. The Rev. Armin Roekle will officiate. The former Albertina Fredrich was born July 23, 1874, in the Town of Maple Grove, Manitowoc County, daughter of the late Fred and Bertha Schmidt Fredrich. She was married to John Drumm Sept. 19, 1906, and he died Nov. 12, 1942. During May, 1943, she was married to George Indra. He died March 10, 1952. Mrs. Indra lived at Milwaukee until 1954 when she made her home with her nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Fredrich. She later moved to Shady Lane. Survivors include a sister-in-law, Mrs. William Fredrich of Shawano and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Wednesday. Flowers should be omitted. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. March 8, 1960 P. 3 ********** I believe these are both buried in Milwaukee.
DRUMM, MRS. WILLIAM (Barbara on census) MAPLE GROVE MAN FINDS BODY OF WIFE HANGING IN GRANARY WM. DRUMM RETURNS FROM CHEESE FACTORY TO FIND WOMAN MISSING, SEARCH REVEALS DEAD BODY MRS. DRUMM HAD BEEN ILL, DESPONDENCY PROMPTED ACT Despondent over continued ill health, her mind probably unbalanced, Mrs. William Drumm, a well-known town of Maple Grove woman, committed suicide early this morning by hanging, at her home two miles from Reedsville. Mrs. Drumm’s dead body was found hanging from a rafter in the granary on the farm. Mrs. Drumm ended her life during the absence of her husband from the farm, when he visited the cheese factory to deliver milk. Mr. Drumm left home about 6 and upon his return at 7 found his wife absent from the house. Believing that Mrs. Drumm had left the house to visit the barn or some of the buildings on the farm, Mr. Drumm prepared for his day’s work. Visiting the granary to attend to some chore he found the door open and upon entering made the ghastly discovery of his wife’s body hanging from the rafters of the building. Mr. Drumm hurriedly cut the body down and called for assistance in an effort to revive the woman but it was futile, death having occurred some time previously. The body was removed to the house and efforts were continued in the hope of recalling a spark of life, while a physician was summoned. The physician said Mrs. Drumm had been dead some time. Mrs. Drumm was 35 years old and is survived by her husband and two children, the oldest 12 and the youngest four years old. She had been in ill health for some time past and is said to have been a patient at a Milwaukee sanatorium for a time but her condition showed no improvement and she returned to her home at Maple Grove. Report of the death of Mrs. Drumm and the circumstances attending was made to District Attorney E.S. Schmitz this morning, and it was stated that the case was suicide and no inquest was necessary. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, July 28, 1915, Page 8
DUCHIENS, MITCHEL From Der Nord Westen, 19 Dec. 1901: Death Thurs. in Two Rivers of 70-yr. old Mitchel Duchiens, who was known there under the name Makeosh. He was born in Canada but had been a resident in Two Rivers a long time. He was unmarried. The burial was Sat.
DUCK, ALEX Clark Mills news: News was received here Tuesday of the death of Alex Duck (sic), a well known and former local boy at Auburndale where he had been employed. Deceased was about 29 years of age. He had been in poor health for some time and his death was not unexpected. His (sic) is survived by his aged father and eight brothers, John and William of Marshfield; Michael and Ferdinand of Auburndale; Anton, Frank, Joseph and Charley, residing here. His remains will be brought here and the funeral will be held Friday forenoon. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Saturday, March 18, 1916 P.5 (Possibly Louis Denk in #6. The d. date is close as is the age)
DUECKER, PETER From Der Nord Westen, 02 Mar. 1905: Death in Kiel on Thurs. last week of 78-yr. old Peter Duecker, one of the respected residents of that village, from old age debility. He leaves 4 sons and a daughter. The funeral was held Sunday.
DUEHR, ELISABETH From Der Nord Westen, 17 Apr. 1902: Mrs. Elisabeth Duehr, for the last 19 yrs. a resident of Manitowoc, died Tues. after a short illness at age 77. The deceased, a sister of Mr. M. Ripplinger here, came from Germany to America 52 yrs. ago and lived in Door County until the move to Manitowoc. Her funeral will be held this morning.
DUENO, MARY From Der Nord Westen, 18 July 1907: Death Wednesday last week of 89-year old Mrs. Mary Dueno in the local mental facility where she had been a patient for a long time. The deceased leaves a daughter living in Kaukauna.
DUGGAN, SON OF THOMAS The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Duggan of Clarks Mills was buried here Saturday. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, April 24, 1918 (Maple Grove news items)
DUKELOW, MARGARET Death notice in the Manitowoc Herald, 1859 Jul 28: Margaret Dukelow died in Calumet co., wife of Richard Dukelow and dau. of Richard White
DUNKAS, SISTER MARY VERONICA S.S.E. Sister Mary Veronica Dunkas, S.S.E. Sister Mary Veronica Dunkas, S.S.E., age 95, a resident of St. Mary's Home, Manitowoc, died Wednesday, October 16, 1996, at the Home. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated by Rev. Tom Wojciechowski at 9 a.m. Friday, October 18, 1996, at St. Mary's Home Chapel. She was born November 27, 1900, in Lithuania, daughter of the late Matthew and Barbara Zalys Dunkas. She served for many years with the Sisters of St. Elizabeth at the St. Elizabeth Nursing Center, Brookfield. In 1994, she moved to St. Mary's Home, Manitowoc. Survivors include a sister, Rose Dunkas, Manitowoc; the Sisters of St. Elizabeth; and many friends. Friends may call at St. Mary's Home Chapel on Thursday (TONIGHT) from 5-8 p.m. and on Friday from 8 a.m. until the time of mass. A prayer service will be held TONIGHT at 7 p.m. led by Fr. Tom. The Harrigan Parkside Funeral Home, Manitowoc, assisted the Sisters with funeral arrangements. Herald Times Reporter, October 17, 1996 P. A2
DUNN, THEOBOLD WOLF TONE From the Manitowoc Herald, 23 Sept. 1854: Theobold Wolf Tone(sic) died. The son of J.P. Dunn.
DUNNE, MARY (Feb 26 1897/Nov 1974/SSDI) Miss Mary C. Dunne, 77, of 925 Lincoln Blvd., Manitowoc, died Thursday morning at Two Rivers Municipal Hospital. A memorial Mass will be held at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at St. Luke Catholic Church, Two Rivers. Miss Dunne donated her eyes to the Lions Eye Bank and her body to medical research. Miss Dunne was born Feb. 26, 1897, at Dubuque, Iowa, daughter of the late Thomas J. and Mary Gibbs Dunne. Survivors include two brothers, Thomas J., of Two Rivers and Edward C., of Waukesha and two sisters, Miss Agnese Dunne, of Manitowoc and Mrs. Cecil (Doletta) Duncan, of Mitchell, S.D. Memorials may be made to Josepeh Mann Library, Two Rivers, or Roncalli High School, Manitowoc. Deja and Martin Funeral Home, Two Rivers, is in charge of arrangements. Herald Times Reporter, Manitowoc, Wis. November 21, 1974 P. 23 ******** MARY DUNN, TWO RIVERS, DEAD AT 77 Miss Mary C. Dunne, 77, widely-known former educator, lecturer and art enthusiast, died Thursday morning at Two Rivers Municipal Hospital. An English instructor from 1928-1962 at Washington High School, Two Rivers, Miss Dunne had been residing with her sister, Miss Agnese Dunne, at 925 Lincoln Blvd., Manitowoc. Miss Dunne received a bachelor of arts degree from the College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, Minn., and a master of arts degree from Columbia University, New York City. Among numerous summer schools attended were those in Mexico, Peru, Switzerland, England Portugal and Japan. Miss Dunne taught on a South Dakota Indian reservation and also taught high school English at Marion, S.D. Arriving at Two Rivers in September of 1928, she taught seventh and eighth grade English there for 19 years before transferring to the Junior English Department. She also taught for two summers at Alverno College, Milwaukee, and upon her retirement from the Washington High School system, joined the English Department at St. Norbert College, West DePere, and following that, the University of Wisconsin Center-Manitowoc. She was also a Fulbright exchange teacher from 1952-53 in the Catholic Oratory Girls School, London, England. At Washington High School, she established the junior high school newspaper, "The Junior High Crier," and took on the advisorship of the school's "Neshotah News" publication in 1948. Under her direction the student newspaper received distinguished "All American" and "First Class" awards continuously and work done by her students was published in creative writing magazines and gained national and state recognition. Miss Dunne's own articles were published in professional journals such as "The English Journal," "Wisconsin Education Journal," "National Association of Journalism Advisers Journal" and "Wisconsin English Journal." In 1953, the teacher was honored by being one of four Wisconsin educators to win a trip to Washington, D.C., sponsored by the National Committee to Observe the 50th Anniversary of Powered Flights. Recipients were judged as having done the best work that year in preparing and using of instructional materials for aviation education. On that occasion Miss Dunne met with President Eisenhower. Called upon to lecture frequently, Miss Dunne had vast experiences to draw upon. She had traveled widely. Miss Dunne served as the national director of the National Council of Teachers of English and was on the initiating committee which developed the Wisconsin Council of teachers of English. She served on the latter board for several years. A director of the League of Women Voters, Miss Dunne had also been a director of Joseph Mann Library Assn. and of Joseph Mann Library. She was also a president of the Catholic Women's Club and other local clubs. She served for six years as International Affairs Commission vice chairman for the Manitowoc County Catholic Deanery, and on the same commission for four years for the Green Bay Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. She was also on the Democratic Education Committee and a delegate to state conventions. She was recognized upon her retirement at Washington High School as one who had "spent many extra hours in and out of the classroom tutoring, guiding and counseling her students." A memorial Mass will be celebrated Saturday evening at St. Luke Catholic church, Two Rivers. Herald Times Reporter, Manitowoc, Wis. November 21, 1974 P. 23
DUSOLD, CHILD OF OLIVER From Der Nord Westen, 16 Feb. 1899: Death of an 8-mo. old child of Oliver Dusold on Tues. afternoon of convulsions.
DVORAK, RICHARD A. Richard A. Dvorak, 22, of Rt. 2, Reedsville, died Thursday at Sheboygan, as the result of an industrial accident. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Wayside. The Rev. Francis Camann will officiate and burial will be in the church cemetery. Mr. Dvorak was born Dec. 8, 1950, at Cato, son of the late Arthur Dvorak and Mrs. Arthur Dvorak. He married Candace Behnke Oct. 4, 1969. He was employed at Sheboygan Sand and Gravel Co. (Survivors omitted for privacy.) Friends may call at Reedsville Funeral Home after 2 p.m. Sunday until 10:30 a.m. Monday and at the church until the time of service. Herald Times Reporter, Manitowoc-Two Rivers, Wis. October 12, 1973
EAGAN, MRS. JAMES From Der Nord Westen, 29 June 1905: Death from consumption, in St. Mary’s Hospital here, of 29-yr. old Mrs. James Eagan on Wed. last week. She leaves her husband and 3 children.
EATOUGH, AMELIA From the Manitowoc Herald, 19 Apr. 1860: Amelia Eatough died in Kossuth, dau. of William and Sarah Eatough (Note: Her parents are in Evergreen.)
EBEMEYER, EDWARD From Der Nord Westen, 05 Dec. 1901: Edward Ebemeyer, a stoker on the steamship "Joseph Fay" which was tied up at the Jones & Adam Coal Co. dock unloading coal, fell into an open hatch Tues. afternoon and broke his neck. He had come into the city with other crew members but went back to the ship about 5 p.m. He wasn't missed until later because his companions thought he was still in town. His body was found in the hold about 8 p.m.
EBERLE, FRANK F. EBERLE, 43, DROPS DEAD IN HOME SUNDAY Stricken Suddenly After Session with Two Companions in Barn; Coroner Kemper Summoned Following a several hour session with two companions last night in his barn on the farm in the Town of Cooperstown, west of Rosecrans, Frank Eberle, 43, was taken suddenly ill after returning to his house and died before his wife could summon Dr. J. H. May of Maribel. When the latter reached the home, Eberle was dead. Dr. May stated that his death was induced by excessive alcoholism. Coroner W.G. Kemper of this city, summoned this morning to the Eberle home doubted if an inquest would be ordered as Eberle had not been a victim of any violence. It was stated that his companions were Adolph Kaslofsky and a young man named Hoffman who resides on farms southwest of Denmark in Brown County. As the story was reconstructed to the coroner this morning, Kaslofsky and Hoffman visited the Eberle farm early Sunday evening and with Eberle proceeded to the barn where they indulged in home brew. It has been common report in that vicinity that it has been a practice among some of the makers of these home brew concoctions to mix with the same a quantity of lye, which it was said gives the liquor more of a "kick". Physicians have declared that if lye in any form was used in the liquor it would serve to bring on serious consequences for any one drinking it. Mrs. Eberle reported that her husband came into the house late Sunday night following the session with his two companions and was immediately taken with a vomiting spell. Alarmed, she summoned Dr. May from Maribel. In the meantime, Eberle had a more severe attack and fell to the floor. In a few minutes he was dead. While at the Eberle home in Cooperstown this morning, Coroner Kemper did not get in touch with Eberle's companions of last night, Hoffman and Kaslofsky, to learn from them just what took place last night prior to the time that Eberle returned to the house, but in the event that an inquest should be deemed necessary, they would be summoned to testify. Reports today were that the deceased farmer has been using home brew for some time and that the practice may have wore him down and resulted in his heart action being unable to throw off the effects of Sunday's affair, thus hastening his demise. Besides his widow, Mr. Eberle is survived by a family of children. Reports this afternoon from Denmark, where the body of Frank Eberle was prepared for burial at the Knutson Undertaking parlors, was that no inquest would be held. The remains are to be taken to the Eberle home in Cooperstown near Maribel tomorrow and funeral services will be held from the home on Wednesday afternoon. Contrary to first reports, it was learned that Mr. Eberle had no children. Besides his widow he is survived by his father, John Eberle who resided on the farm home with his son and three sisters, Miss Mary and Mrs. Emma Rose, both of Racine and Mrs. Joseph Bobblers of Chicago. Manitowoc Herald Times, Jan. 25, 1932 page 2
EBERT, ANNIE Cato - Annie Ebert was seriously burned last week by her clothes catching fire and died shortly after the accident. Brillion News, Fri., Jan. 10, 1896 ****** (Note: St. Michaels cemetery is the only cemetery in Cato twp. with this surname.)
ECKERT, GEORGE Burial Sun. afternoon of young George Eckert. Der Nord Westen, 01 June 1893
ECKHARDT, HENRY Death recently in Meeme of 82-year old Henry Eckhardt whose funeral was Tuesday. Mr. Eckhardt had come to Manitowoc County in his boyhood. He is survived by his widow, 6 sons and a daughter. Der Nord Westen, 10 Sept. 1908
EGAN, FLORENCE From Der Nord Westen, 02 Mar. 1905: Death last week in Arizona of Miss Florence Egan, the 24-yr. old daughter of Michael Egan of Meeme, from consumption. She had gone to Arizona a year ago for reasons of health. The casket was brought to Meeme for burial.
EGAN, MARIA Maria Egan birth: 9 August 1904 City death: 6 September 1904 Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin residence: 1904 City father: James Egan mother: Mamie Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968
EGGERT, JULIUS EGGERT DEATH IS A SURPRISE Julius Eggert Dies At Bay Hospital On Sunday Death came as a surprise and a severe shock to friends and relatives of Julius Eggert, 41, well known, life long resident of the town of Gibson. While visiting at Tigerton Saturday morning Mr. Eggert became ill and was rushed to St. Vincent's hospital at Green Bay for an operation, where he died at 12:30 yesterday noon. An internal hemorrhage was given as the cause of his death. Mr. Eggert was born in the town of Gibson on June 1?, 1891 and spent his entire life there. On Oct. 1?, 1928 he was married to Linda Cess of Gibson who with three sisters and brothers survive. His mother died in June of this year and his father died about 15 years ago. The surviving sisters are Mrs. Herman ?????? and Mrs. Herman Harm of Appleton, and Mrs. Fred Kersten(?) of Tigerton. It was at the latter's home that Mr. Eggert was visiting when he became ill. The brothers are William Jr. and Ernst of Appleton, John of Freedom, Rudolph of Zander. Rev. Paul Eggert of Brookfield, and Gust of Harvard, Ill. Funeral services will be held from the St. John's Lutheran church in Zander, Wednesday. Services will be held from the home at 1 o'clock and at 1:30 from the church. Burial will be at Mishicot. The Rev. Grundeman will officiate. Manitowoc Herald Times, Monday, October 10, 1932, P.11
EGGERT, MRS. HERMAN (Eckert?) Mrs. Herman Eggert, a resident of the county for sixty years, is dead at her home in the Town of Gibson. She is survived by a husband and five children. The funeral will be held on Friday. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Feb. 17, 1909 page 2 ******** (Could find no Eggert on the 1900 Gibson twp. census, but did find: Eckert Herman age 58; Wilhelmina age 56; Edward 32; dau. in law Otildy 26; grandson Rene(?) 2)
EGGERT WM. From Der Nord Westen, 4 Nov. 1880: Wm. Eggert, age 2 yrs. 3 mos., son of Fritz Eggert, died early today (Thurs.) Burial tomorrow noon.
EHRHARDT, WILLIAM Reedsville news: The funeral of William Ehrhardt who died here suddenly Wednesday morning was held from the Village hall rooms Friday afternoon with interment in cemetery north of the village. Manitowoc Herald News, Manitowoc,Wis. March 5, 1932 P. 3
EICKMEYER, GUSTAV From Der Nord Westen, 17 June 1897: Death Tues. morning of Gustav Eickmeyer, who resided near Station Newton, of a self-inflicted revolver shot. The 56 yr. old decedent leaves a widow and 2 children.
EILLMANN, CAROLINE Death in Two Rivers on Sat. of Mrs. Caroline Eillmann. The lady was born 04 Aug. 1818 in West Prussia. For the last year she has resided with her daughter in Two Rivers, Mrs. August Fanslau. Der Nord Westen, 13 Feb. 1902
EISENSHINK, MARIA IN PROBATE, In the matter of the Estate of Maria Eisenshink deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Joseph Bauhler of this Village and County of Manitowoc representing among other things that Marie Eisenshink late of the said Village of Manitowoc, on the 11 day of May 1855 at said Village, of Manitowoc died intestate, leaving goods, chattels and estate within this County; and praying that Administration of said estate be granted to him; it is ordered that said petition be heard before the Judge of this Court On Monday, the eighteenth day of June, 1855 at ten o'clock A.M. at his office in said village of Manitowoc. And it is further ordered that notice thereof be given to the heirs of said deceased, and all persons interested by publishing a copy of this order for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing in the Manitowoc Tribune, a weekly newspaper printed and published at the Village of Manitowoc in said County. Dated May 19, 1855 GEO L. LEE, Co. Judge Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, March 17, 1855 P. 1
EISNER, DAVID An old man named Daniel Isener (sic) died at Manitowoc Rapids on Friday last. He died alone and somewhat suddenly. For 20 years himself and wife lived in the same house living entirely apart and having no communication with each other. Twenty years ago they quarreled and they then made a division of the house and while living under the same roof each had his distict domicile. On account of the estrangement an inquest was held but it was so apparent that death resulted from natural causes that inquiry was not pushed to the holding of a post mortem examination. The old lady is now 70 years old and is noted for her religious fervor. The old couple were very much respected by everyone though they persisted in living wholly estranged from each other. Manitowoc Pilot, Thursday, June 11, 1891 P. 2 ********* (From death index: David Eisner, d. June 6, 1891) (1900 Manitowoc Rapids census: Barbara Eisner widow age 76/she is buried in Old St. Marys in Manitowoc Rapids./1926-1911) ********* Name David Eisner Event Type Death Event Date 1891 Event Place Manitowoc, Manitowoc, Wisconsin Gender Male Age 74 Race w Birth Year (Estimated) 1817 Cemetery Man Cath Cem. "Wisconsin, Death Records, 1867-1907," database, FamilySearch
EISNER, SON OF J.J. An 18-mo. old son of Mr. J.J. Eisner here died Thurs. after a long illness and was buried Sun. in Cooperstown. Der Nord Westen, 03 Dec. 1903
ELFNER, MARC A. Marc A. Elfner, age 40, of Two Rivers, died Friday morning, March 2, 2001, at Aurora Medical Center, Two Rivers. Cremation has taken place and a Memorial Service will be held at 6 p.m. Monday, March 5, 2001, at the Klein & Stangel Funeral Home, Two Rivers. Officiating at the Memorial Service will be Deacon Ken Coenen. Marc was born November 23, 1960, in Manitowoc, son of Harold and Carol Blank Elfner. Marc was employed as a carpenter for Sanderson Home Improvement. He was an avid sportsman and loved fishing, hunting and Nascar racing. (Survivors omitted for privacy) He was preceded in death by his mother, Bernice Gagnon; and an infant brother. The family will greet relatives and friends at the Klein & Stangel Funeral Home, Two Rivers from 4 p.m. Monday until the time of service at 6 p.m. The Klein & Stangel Funeral Home and Cremation Care Center, Two Rivers is assisting the family with funeral arrangements. Herald Times Reporter, March 3, 2001
ELLESTEDT, MRS. ALBERT Liberty news: The funeral services for the late Mrs. Albert Ellestedt were held at the Liberty Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon. The deceased was born here and had made her home at Valders since she was married. She is survived by her husband and one son. Manitowoc Herald News, Wednesday, October 30, 1918, Page 2 (Note: I can't find them on the 1910 or him on the 1920 census to find her first name) ******* From researcher: This person Is Ella Ernestine Wilhelmina Vetter, daughter of Peter and Augusta Ost Vetter.
ELLIOT, BILL (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 16 Mar.) Farmer Bill Elliot, who lives a few miles from here, is very ill and the outcome is uncertain. Several residents of our city went to visit him Saturday (He has since died). Der Nord Westen, 19 Mar. 1908
ENDRIES, SON OF PETER From Der Nord Westen, 21 Feb. 1889: Death of the 4 yr. old son of Peter Endries on Mon., 25 Feb. Burial took place on Wed. in the Catholic Cemetery. (should be in #43)
ENDRIES, SON OF PETER From Der Nord Westen, 06 June 1889: Death of the 16 mo. old son of 1st Ward resident Peter Endries on Mon. morning. The funeral took place on Wed.
ENTRINGER, MARIA Name: Entringer, Maria D.: 12/23/1874 B.: Reg. D.: 9/17/1878 Sex: F/W Age at Death: 78 Yrs. B.P.: Germ. D.P.: Koss. Cem.: Koss. Ch.: Inf. & Address: John Entringer, Son Spouse: Nicholaus Entringer F.: M.: Cause of Death: Dropsy Pg. #: 259 ******** (1870 Kossuth census: Nicholos Entinger age 65; wife Maria age 65) ******** Wisconsin, Death Records Name Nicholas Entringer Event Type Death Event Date 1874 Event Place Kossuth, Manitowoc, Wisconsin Gender Male Age 76 Marital Status Married Race white Occupation farmer Birth Year (Estimated) 1798 Birthplace Germany Burial Place Kossuth, Manitowoc, Wis Spouse's Name Maria Entringer
ERICKSON, RANDI, MRS. Eaton news: Death summoned one of the oldest residents of this community Thursday evening when Mrs. Randi Erickson of Eaton passed away at her home near Quarry at the age of 87 years. She had made her home on the farm where she died ever since her marriage 67 years ago, her husband and nine children preceding her in death. Five children survive, being Miss Julia Erickson and Mrs. S. Swabeck of Chicago, Mrs. Knut Lykken and Newell Erickson of North Dakota and Martin at home, all of whom were present at the death bed and at the funeral. Mr. S. Swabeck and children, Mrs. Edward Wallace of Elgin, Ill., Miss Mildred and Theodore also attended the funeral of their grandmother. Manitowoc Herald News, Thursday, August 09, 1928 Page 10
ERNEST, CHARLES From the Manitowoc Herald, 30 Jan. 1859: Charles Ernest found dead.
ESZLING, MR. From Der Nord Westen, 17 Nov. 1892: Death today in Kiel of 80 yr. old Mr. Eszling of old age.
ETZLER, (?) From Der Nord Westen, 30 Nov. 1905: A patient in the local mental facility, a certain Etzler, died Fri. morning.
EVENSEN, JULIA Name: Evensen, Julia D.: 1/18/1878 B.: Reg. D.: 4/15/1879 Sex: F/W Age at Death: 7 Mo. B.P.: Mtw. Co. D.P.: Mtw. Co. Cem.: Tn. Liberty Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. A. O. Alfson Spouse: F.: Ole Evensen M.: Cause of Death: Pg. #: 301
EVENSEN, OTTO Name: Evensen, Otto D.: 7/2/1873 B.: Reg. D.: 8/8/1879 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 8 Yrs. B.P.: D.P.: Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. A.O. Alfson Spouse: F.: Ole Evenson M.: Cause of Death: Add Info.: Farmer Pg. #: 312
EWALD, CHRISTOPH Name: Ewald, Christoph D.: 12/20/1876 B.: 1789 Reg. D.: 12/29/1876 Sex: M/W Age at Death: B.P.: West Preussen D.P.: Tn. Gibson Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. C. Jaeger Spouse: F.: M.: Cause of Death: Pg. #: 217
EWALD, DAU. OF CARL A daughter of Carl Ewald died on the 6th. Inst. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, December 14, 1886 P.4 ****** (There is a Carl Ewald on the 1880 Gibson twp. census who had 7 children. There is no age give for this child, so there is no way to find out who the child is or where it is buried.)
EWALD, HERMANN FRIEDRICK b. 22 Sept. 1872, Two Rivers/d. 31 May 1876, Two Rivers
FAERG CHILD Death yesterday of a child of Mr. J. Faerg here quite suddenly. Just shortly before she had been playing in quite lively fashion. Der Nord Westen, 09 Feb. 1899
FANKEL, JACOB From Der Nord Westen, 14 Apr. 1887: Sudden death of Jacob Fankel on Sun. night in the Manitowoc residence of his son-in-law Edward Goetzler. Not particularly well recently, Mr. Fankel was found dead in bed. Dr. Luhmann was called and determined that he had died of a heart attack. The body was taken to Centreville on Tuesday morning and he was buried alongside his deceased wife.
FARNUM, MERCY ANN From the Manitowoc Herald, 19 Aug. 1858: Mercy Ann Farnum died, daughter of William M. and Mahala Farnum.
FELDTMAN, MRS. AUGUST Mrs. August Feldtman of Two Rivers died suddenly while at her household work yesterday. She was cutting beans for the noon day meal when she was stricken by heart failure and expired almost instantly. She leaves a husband and family. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, September 7, 1916 P. 2 ******** (1900 Two Rivers census: Anton Feltman age 51; wife Hedwig age 57) (1910 Two Rivers census: Joe Feltman age 70/80 one written over the other; wife Ludwiga age 70) (I can't find an August Feldtman/Feltman or wife at all/there is a Ludwicka Feltman in 89B with no information)
FERELUE, MRS. Mrs. Fereleu, an old and much respected lady, of Kossuth, died at her daughter's residence in the town of Mishicott (sic) on the 28th inst. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 7, 1882 P.4
FERG, SON OF JOSEPH Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Ferg, who reside on South Ninth st. are mourning the loss of an infant son. The child was born yesterday and lived but a few hours. Manitowoc Daily Herald, May 24, 1899 P.2
FERGUSEN, JOHANNA Mrs. Johanna S. Fergusen, wife of D.S. Ferguson of Kaukauna, died of consumption last Wednesday at her home in that city. Her age was 23 years. The remains were brought to Meeme for burial. Manitowoc Lakeshore Times, Feb. 15, 1887 page 3
FERRINGS, SON OF J. (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 11 May) Death of the 17 yr. old son of J. Ferrings on Mon. of last week of consumption. Burial was Wed. in the Catholic Cemetery. Der Nord Westen, 14 May 1896 ******* (Note: This would be Calvary cemetery, Two Rivers.)
FETZER, FRANZ Death of Franz Fetzer last Sun. He was one of the first settlers of our county. His body was laid to rest yesterday afternoon. Der Nord Westen, 30 Dec. 1886
FEUERSTEIN, MARTIN STROKE IS FATAL Martin Feurstein(sic), a resident of Two Rivers, who has been ill for some time, was stricken by apaplexy(sic) and died suddenly this morning. He is survived by three sons, Joseph, Paul and Casper and one daughter, Mrs. Walter Luebke. The funeral will be held Wednesday morning from St. Luke's church. Manitowoc Herald News, Monday, June 13, 1921 P.8 ******** (Note: He is probably either in Calvary or Holy Cross, as those are the Catholic cemeteries in Two Rivers)
FEUZNER, MRS. Sudden Death. Last Wednesday, a week ago, a Mrs. Feuzner, the wife of a farmer, came to town with her son. - When they were returning home towards evening, she saw a drunken man on the sidewalk on Washington Street, and said to her son: "See how drunk that man is." She had scarcely spoken these words, when she fell off the wagon into the road, dead. Manitowoc Tribune, Thursday May 18, 1871, Page 4 Column 1
FICHTA, JOSEPHINE Death in Two Rivers of 81-yr. old Mrs. Josephine Fichta at the home of her daughter, Mrs. F. Hashek. The body was taken to Tisch Mills for burial. Der Nord Westen, 12 May 1904
FICKERT, CARL WILHELM age 52, a bachelor, by suicide about 4 Sept., found between Newton and Centerville. Der Nord Westen, 13 Sept 1877
FIFERLEK, VIT. From Der Nord Westen, 28 Feb. 1907: Death last week in Kellnersville of 82-year old Vit. Fiferlek, one of the pioneers of our county. The funeral was held Thursday.
FINK, CHRISTIAN Death in Newton on Fri. of 76 yr. old Christian Fink. Der Nord Westen, 08 Apr. 1897
FINNELL, SARAH From Der Nord Westen, 20 Aug. 1908: Death Thursday last week in Town Cooperstown of Mrs. Sarah Finnell of old age debility. The deceased, who reached the age of 75, came to Manitowoc in 1851 from Providence, Rhode Island, with her brothers Charles, John, and Samuel Hall. She has lived in our county ever since. She leaves 6 children. The funeral was held Friday afternoon.
FIRLEK, DAU. OF A. From Der Nord Westen, 29 Mar. 1894: (From the correspondent in Kiel, 26 Mar.) A 9-mo. old daughter of A. Firlek who just moved here two weeks ago from Milwaukee was buried last Wednesday.
FISCH, MRS. PETER From Der Nord Westen, 05 July 1906: Mrs. Peter Fisch, wife of a well-known farmer of Town Manitowoc, was milking a cow on Wednesday evening last week when she suffered a heart attack and death occurred quickly. When Mr. Fisch went to look for his wife he found her already dead alongside a half filled milk pail. The cow stood still and waited for resumption of the milking. Mrs. Fisch, who was a long time resident of our county, reached the age of 65 and in addition to her husband leaves 3 sons. The funeral was held Friday from St. Boniface Church here.
FISCHER, SON From Der Nord Westen, 27 Sept. 1883: A son of a farmer by the name of Fischer, of Rockland, died of injuries when he fell from a manure wagon. He was four years old.
FISCHER SON OF ALEXANDER From Der Nord Westen, 16 Apr. 1903: Death Sun. of a 2-wk. old son of 20th St. resident Alexander Fischer. The funeral was Tuesday.
FISCHER, MRS. Mrs. Fischer passed away last week Tuesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Mueller. She had been sick for several years and confined to her bed most of the time. Mrs. Fischer is survived by several children, a number of grand and great grandchildren. Manitowoc Daily Herald, January 24, 1914 P. 5 ******* Mrs. Cuttler of Appleton, Mrs. Fred Thuss of Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Nic Commers of Marshfield and Henry Fischer were here for the Fischer funeral. Manitowoc Daily Herald, January 24, 1914 P. 5 ******* (Note There is an Amalie Fischer d. 1914 in Holy Cross cemetery #89D but there is not enough information here to make a match)
FISCHER BARBARA (b. 24 March 1924/d. July 1997 (possibly Barbara Eberhardt in #44/her 1st husband was George Fischer, her 2nd husband was Herman E. Eberhardt)
FISCHER, CARL From Der Nord Westen, 09 Feb. 1905: The Trustees of the local mental facility, in their report for the fiscal year ending 30 June 1904, lists the following deaths:” Catharina Cretton died 24 Sep. 1903 of exhaustion at age 80; Christopher Bejalke died 10 Oct. 1903 from heart trouble at age 73; Carl Fischer died 02 Dec. 1903 from a stroke at age 44; and Johanna O’Neil died 24 Apr. 1904 of bronchitis at age 84.
FISCHER CARL From Der Nord Westen, 18 Jan. 1879: Death of farmer Carl Fischer on 08 Jan. at 9am in Centreville. He was a suicide by hanging, leaving a wife and four children.
FISCHER, VERONIKA From Der Nord Westen, 27 Dec. 1900: Death in the local mental facility on Fri. of 61-yr. old Veronika Fischer of St. Nazianz. Her body was taken to St. Nazianz for burial.
FISHER, VERONICA Mrs. Veronica Fisher, an inmate of the insane asylum, died yesterday at the age of 61 years. Deceased formerly resided at St. Nazianz, being a member of the Oswald community. She was first taken ill in 1890 and after a course of treatment at the Northern Hospital of the Insane at Oshkosh was discharged as incurable and has since been taken care of at the county institution. Interment will take place at St. Nazianz Monday. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Saturday, December 22, 1900, Page 1
FITTER, WILLIAM Manitowoc County Court. In the matter of the last will and testament of William Fitter, deceased. On reading and filing an instrument in writing purporting to be the last Will and testament of William Fitter late of the Village and County of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin; deceased, and also the accompanying petition of Frederick T. Adler of the City of Milwaukee, representing among other things, that the said William Fitter, lately died at Manitowoc aforesaid, that said instrument is the last will and testament of said deceased, and that the said petitioner is the identical Frederick T. Adler, named and appointed in and by the said last will and testament executor thereof; and praying that a day be appointed for hearing the proofs of said last will and testament, &e., it is ordered that the proofs of said instrument be heard before the Judge of the Court on Monday the 3d day of November, A.D. 1862, at 10 o'clock A.M. at the office of the undersigned in the Village of Manitowoc, Wisconsin. And it is further ordered, that public notice thereof be given to all persons interested, by publishing a copy of this order for three weeks successively prior to said day of hearing, in the Manitowoc Tribune, a weekly newspaper printed at the Village of Manitowoc, in said County. H.S. PIERPONT, County Judge. Dated October 10th 1862. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, October 22, 1862 P. 4
FITZGERALD, DANIEL Daniel Fitzgerald of Kossuth was killed by falling tree. Manitowoc Herald, 17 Jan. 1861 ******** MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT – Mr. Daniel Fitzgerald of the town of Kossuth, in this county, lost his life on Thursday, the 10th inst., under the following circumstances. He left home in the morning for the purpose of chopping on wood land a short distance from his house, but no returning at evening, his sons went in search of him. They found him dead, and his body mutilated in a shocking condition. Several of his limbs were broken, and his skull badly fractured. In chopping down one tree, it fell upon another, and in attempting to clear it away, it must have fallen suddenly upon him before he could escape. Mr. Fitzgerald was an honest, upright and intelligent man, and his remains were followed to their last resting place by a large concourse of friends and neighbors who knew and loved him well. - Manitowoc Pilot In Chilton Times – January 26, 1861 (Note: The exact same story is in the Manitowoc Pilot)
FITZGERALD, DAUGHTER OF MICHAEL From Der Nord Westen, 13 Sep. 1900: Death in Cato on Sun. of the 3-yr. old daughter of Michael Fitzgerald of convulsions. [NOTE: Child was likely Hellen Fitzgerald/Death would have been 9 Sep 1900./Hellen Fitzgerald/d. Sept. 9, 1900/ co. death index v.6 p.278./also Helen on 1900 census for Cato)
FITZGERALD, GERALD From Der Nord Westen, 30 June 1904: Death in Town Cato on Sun. of Gerald Fitzgerald from the effects of a kick from a horse which he had sustained a few days before.
FLANNIGAN, MRS. JOHN Maple Grove, Wis., Feb. 6 Mrs. John Flannigan died on Thursday of last week. The interment took place at Maple Grove. She was an old resident of this town and had been ailing for some time. Brillion News, Fri., Feb. 8, 1895
FLASKA, DAUGHTER OF MICHAEL DROWNED.--A little girl about three years of age, daughter of Mr. Michael Flaska, of the town of Rockland, was drowned in a water hole a short distance from the house, one day last week. The Manitowoc Tribune Thursday, April 16, 1868 pg. 4
FLINN, FRANCIS Francis Flinn was found dead/former mail carrier to Green Bay Manitowoc Herald, 24 Feb. 1855 (eulogy also) ******** FROZEN TO DEATH. One of the oldest inhabitants of this village named Francis Flinn, was found dead in the road on Thursday morning ???? ?? in the neighborhood of his own home. The old man was in the habit of indulging in the use of intoxicating stimulus to some extent, which habit doubtless was acqured during his experience as a pioneer, but it is not certain that over indulgence on the night in question was the cause of his death. His age was about 56 years and we believe that he has some experience as a soldier in the Black Hawk war. As a Mail carrier many years ago when there were but few settlers and the mail was carried on foot, he is said to have given repeated instances of fidelity to his trust and fairly earned the commendation of his employers. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, February 28, 1855 P. 5
FLOSSBACH, RICHARD LOST ON THE SEA BIRD Information Relative to the Citizens of Manitowoc who were Victims of the Late Disaster. Thirty-One Persons Lost. In fulfilling the painful duty which devolves upon us at this time we have endeavored to present to our readers a correct report containing all the information in regard to the lost which we could obtain. We fear there will be some errors, but we have as far as possible obtained the statements of relatives or immediate friends of the deceased. We would that some other hand than ours--one better skilled in soothing afflicted hearts--might perform the sad office of saying comforting words to the distressed of our Village, but it may not be and we can only say to those who suffer, you have our heartfelt sympathy--and the sympathy of every person in Manitowoc. We have known your friends, respected them, loved them; and your loss is our loss. Let us hope that He who doeth all things well hath not permitted our friends to fall in vain. RICHARD FLOSSBACH Came here in 1856 from Sheboygan. Was a printer in the Nord-Westen office for some time but left we believe because he did not learn the English language while working in a German office. He applied for admission to this office once, but we had no vacancy. Had he applied one month sooner he would probably have been accepted. He leaves a widowed mother and two older brothers who live on the South side. His age was 18, and he sustained a good character. (Article continues in the same manner for each individual lost on the SEA BIRD; Geo. W. Emery, James A. Hodges, Capt. N.T. Nelson, Capt. John Sorenson, Charles Riechen, Joseph Doucett, Henry Nieman, Henry Pfeffer, James Leykom, August Wilde, Amos Meyer, John Melka, Martin Rozezguiatee, Wm. Barter, Casper Klimer, John Foucks, Herman Jacoby, Wenzel Hawlichek, P.C. Danahy, Raymond H. Hunt, Fred Henning Jr., and Thorine Oleson.) OTHERS. We hear of others who were on the boat beyond a doubt--one a Norwegian who has been chopping wood in this vicinity, could not learn his name; and two girls from the country who took passage from here with the intention of going either to Milwaukee or Chicago have not been heard from since the disaster. So it will be seen there were Thirty-one from here certainly, and two doubtful, lost on the SEA BIRD. The Manitowoc Tribune Thursday, April 16, 1868 pg. 4
FLYNN, ANNA From the files of the Pilot - Twenty-Five Years ago (1900) Mrs. Anna Flynn, mother of Mrs. M. H. Murphy of this city, after passing through the vicissitude of eighty-seven years, has, like one who "wrapt the drapery of her couch about her, laid down to pleasant dreams". She answered to the voice of death in Chicago and her remains were brought to Manitowoc and a requiem mass for the repose of her soul was this morning sung in St. Boniface Church. After the service, the body was conveyed to the Catholic Cemetery, overlooking the lake, where it will rest under the chestnut trees and within sound of the waves as they chant their perpetual DeProfundis. The surviving children are Mrs. Kate Block, Mrs. H. Kelly, Mrs. Harriet Mitchel, James and George Flynn of Chicago, Mrs. M. J. Leard of Sheboygan, Mrs. Sarah Loard of Seattle, Mrs. Anna McCarty of Marinette, John Flynn of Missouri and Mrs. M. H. Murphy. Manitowoc Pilot, Thurs., Sept. 24, 1925 ******** 1860 Rowley (now Two Creeks) township census: Patrick Flynn 62; wife Ann Flynn 47; Harriet Flynn 14; Sarah Flynn 12; George 7; Edward Harrison 6; Charlotte Flynn 4) ********* From marriages: Michael H. Murphy b: 8 May 1853, in Cleveland, Ohio. (also have 8 May 1853, in Newton, Manitowoc Co.) p: Michael and Johanna Murphy from Ireland m: 23 Oct. 1878 (co. mar. index v.4 p.135) to: Charlotte Flynn p: Patrick Flynn children: Francis X., Henry and Clement W. ********* (Note: I contacted the Manitowoc Calvary cemetery and they don't have a record of her being buried there.)
FLYNN, JOHN In the town of Two Creeks on the 11th inst., of scarlet fever, John Edward, eldest son of James H. and Mary E. Flynn, aged 3 yrs and 3 months. God sent the little darling to comfort us, and took him away when he saw fit. Manitowoc Pilot, 20 Jan. 1870
FOBES, J.L. Shocking Accident - The tannery of the Wisconsin Leather Company was the scene of a terrible accident, yesterday afternoon by which Mr. J. L. Fobes, foreman of the bean house of the establishment was fatally injured. It appears that he was endeavoring to throw on a belt of the wash-wheel when his coat was caught between the gearing of the shaft by which motion is imparted to the wheel and he whirled through twenty revolutions. He was extricated and carried to his residence on Kinnikinnick Avenue, where Dr. Marks visited him and found that his back was broken in consequence of which his lower extremities were paralyzed. At last accounts of the infortunate man was not expected to live until morning. Fobes had been in the employ of the company for some time and while a resident of Manitowoc county twice represented the district in the Legislature. He leaves a wife and two children. The accident is attributed to his carelessness in attempting to pass between the shafting and the wheel, instead of stepping around them. Manitowoc Pilot, Feb. 23, 1871
FONTAIGN, MRS. Mishicot: Mrs. Fontaign, an old resident of our town living about one mile and a half from here died last week and was buried here. The ceremony was held at the Catholic Church. Brillion News, Fri., Oct. 2, 1899
FOREYT, MATHIAS From Der Nord Westen, 10 Nov. 1904: Death Tues. morning of 83-yr. old Mathias Foreyt at the home of his daughter Mrs. Wenzel Boutnik. He was a long-time resident of our city and in addition to the above mentioned daughter, is survived by a son. The funeral will take place this morning from St. Boniface Church.
FORTIER, EQUIS Mishicott news: Equis Fortier died last Tuesday at the advanced age of 81 years. Mr. Fortier had been in very poor health for a long time, and finally dropsy set in. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, May 22, 1888 p.5 ****** (This is most likely Ignas Fortier bur. in Holy Cross, Mishicot #63. He is on the 1880 Mishicot census as age 73.)
FOUCKS, JOHN LOST ON THE SEA BIRD Information Relative to the Citizens of Manitowoc who were Victims of the Late Disaster. Thirty-One Persons Lost. In fulfilling the painful duty which devolves upon us at this time we have endeavored to present to our readers a correct report containing all the information in regard to the lost which we could obtain. We fear there will be some errors, but we have as far as possible obtained the statements of relatives or immediate friends of the deceased. We would that some other hand than ours--one better skilled in soothing afflicted hearts-- might perform the sad office of saying comforting words to the distressed of our Village, but it may not be and we can only say to those who suffer, you have our heartfelt sympathy-- and the sympathy of every person in Manitowoc. We have known your friends, respected them, loved them; and your loss is our loss. Let us hope that He who doeth all things well hath not permitted our friends to fall in vain. JOHN FOUCKS Was of Bohemian origin. Has been a resident here for a year or more, during which time he has sailed as a deck hand on the Sea Bird. He was about 25 years old and leaves no family. (Article continues in the same manner for each individual lost on the SEA BIRD; Geo. W. Emery, James A. Hodges, Capt. N.T. Nelson, Capt. John Sorenson, Charles Riechen, Joseph Doucett, Henry Nieman, Henry Pfeffer, James Leykom, August Wilde, Richard Flossbach, Amos Meyer, John Melka, Martin Rozezguiatee, Wm. Barter, Casper Klimer, Herman Jacoby, Wenzel Hawlichek, P.C. Danahy, Raymond H. Hunt, Fred Henning Jr., and Thorine Oleson.) OTHERS. We hear of others who were on the boat beyond a doubt--one a Norwegian who has been chopping wood in this vicinity, could not learn his name; and two girls from the country who took passage from here with the intention of going either to Milwaukee or Chicago have not been heard from since the disaster. So it will be seen there were Thirty-one from here certainly, and two doubtful, lost on the SEA BIRD. The Manitowoc Tribune Thursday, April 16, 1868 pg. 4
FRANZ CONRAD Death notice in Der Nord Westen, 1 May 1884 Conrad Franz died on Sat., 26 Apr. in Two Rivers. He was 27 years old.
FRANZEL, ROBERT From Der Nord Westen, 14 Oct. 1886: Death in Newton of Mr. Robert Franzel.
FRANZEL, WENZEL ERASMUS Name: Franzel, Wenzel Erasmus D.: 5/4/1873 B.: Reg. D.: 6/25/1873 Sex: M/W Age at Death: B.P.: D.P.: Mtw. Co. Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: George Fessler Spouse: F.: M.: Cause of Death: Pg. #: 143
FRANZKOFF, MR. From Der Nord Westen, 28 Feb. 1901: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 25 Feb.) The death today of Mr. Franzkoff, an old resident here, at age 75. The funeral will be from the Lutheran Church.
FRASER, FRIEDERIKA From Der Nord Westen, 18 Oct. 1894: Death in Two Rivers on 07 Oct. of Friederika Fraser, an old settler there. The decedent, who was born in 1819, was buried on Wed. of last week at the Two Rivers Ev. Cemetery
FREDRICKS, INFANT OF MRS. FRANK From Der Nord Westen, 24 Jan. 1895: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 21 Jan.) Death on Sun. of the infant of Mrs. Frank Fredricks, who gave birth to the child last Wed. Burial was Mon. in the Catholic Cemetery.
FREHE, MRS. HENRY From Der Nord Westen, 24 Apr. 1902: Death Mon. of 70-yr. old Mrs. Henry Frehe in the county mental facility where she had been a patient for several years. She is a former resident of Town Newton and leaves her husband and 2 children. The body was brought to Newton for burial.
FREIS, MARIA CATHARINA Name: Freis, Maria Catharina D.: 4/22/1863 B.: Reg. D.: 6/3/1872 Sex: F/W Age at Death: 28 Yrs. B.P.: Bell-Kreis Simmern, Preussen D.P.: T.R. Mtwc. Cem.: Lutheran Cem. Ch.: Inf. & Address: Spouse: F.: Adam Bauer M.: Maria Margaretha ------ Cause of Death: Nervous Fever Pg. #: 124
FRENZEL, MRS. ANTON From Der Nord Westen, 05 Dec. 1907: Death Thursday last week from heart illness of 71-year old Mrs. Anton Frenzel. She leaves 5 children. The funeral was held Friday in St. Nazianz.
FREY, DAU. OF ANDREW From Der Nord Westen, 20 Sep. 1906: A terrible accident occurred Wednesday afternoon last week at the market where Andrew Frey of Milwaukee was selling baked chickens and other delicacies. He left the booth for a short time. While he was away his little daughter, while playing in the booth, fell into a pot of hot lard and suffered such terrible wounds that she died in great pain several hours later.
FREY, SIGUARD Siguard M. Frey, 77, of 901 Buffalo St., Manitowoc, a retired ferry captain, died Saturday morning at the Theda Clark Hospital, Neenah, after a short illness. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at Urbanek and Schlei Funeral Home, Manitowoc, the Rev. Vernon Anderson officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Manitowoc. Mr. Frey was born July 11, 1886, at Frankfort, Mich. He sailed the Ann Arbor carferry as a captain until retiring in 1950. He was a member of the Great Lakes Licensed Officers Organization. Surviving are two nephews, Willis Bahnsen of Dearborn Heights, Mich., and Bernard Bahnsen of Ecorse, Mich. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Monday and until the hour of services Tuesday. Two Rivers Reporter, December 7, 1963 P. M-11 ********* [There is no cemetery record of this person in Evergreen according to the cemetery office and I don't show him in any Manitowoc county cemetery]
FRICKE AUGUSTINE Name: Fricke, Augustine D.: 8/28/1878 B.: 7/3/1812 Reg. D.: 12/27/1878 Sex: F/W Age at Death: B.P.: D.P.: Mtw. Cem.: Mtw. Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. Lucas Spouse: H. Fricke F.: M.: Cause of Death: Pg. #: 278
FRICKE, HEINRICH From Der Nord Westen, 03 Dec. 1891: Death of 83 yr. old Heinrich Fricke Sat. evening in Town Kossuth. The deceased came to America in 1860 and settled in our county where he farmed. Several years ago, following the death of his wife, Mr. Fricke moved into Town Kossuth to live with his son-in-law Mr. August Schuette where he was living at the time of his death. He is survived by several grown children.
FRICKE, OTTO H. Name: Fricke, Otto H. D.: 4/11/1877 B.: Reg. D.: 12/27/1877 Sex: W/M Age at Death: 7 Da. B.P.: D.P.: Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. Franz A. O. Pieper Spouse: F.: Carl Fricke M.: Caroline Fricke Cause of Death: Pg. #: 239
FRITSCH, MARY A. From Der Nord Westen, 30 Aug. 1900: Death Fri. of 70-yr. old Mrs. Mary A. Fritsch in the local mental facility. The body was taken to Cooperstown for burial.
FUCHS, ANTON Death notice in Der Nord Westen, 31 Aug. 1882 Anton Fuchs committed suicide by shooting himself in the chest, he was a resident of the north side.
FUCHS, H. From Der Nord Westen, 03 Oct. 1901: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 14 Oct.) Death of 80-yr. old H. Fuchs, an old resident here, on Fri. leaving 3 sons in good circumstances. The funeral will be held Tues. at the Catholic Church.