GADFREDSON, NILES From Der Nord Westen, 01 Mar. 1894: Death on Thurs., near Cooperstown, of farmer Niles Gadfredson of a heart attack He leaves a wife and several children.
GADZINSKI, AUDRIE MAE Month Old Daughter Passes Away at Home Audrie Mae, month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gadzinski, ?910 Hamilton street, passed away this morning at the home. The parents, three brothers and two sisters survive. Burial will take place Friday morning at ten o'clock from the St. Mary's church. Manitowoc Herald News, Manitowoc, Wis. March 23, 1932 P. 11 (Note: She is probably in #43a but there is no stone)
GAERTHOEFFNER, CHILD OF ED. (From the correspondent in St. Nazianz, 04 Mar.) Death of a child in the family of Ed. Gaerthoeffner, only a few hours old. Der Nord Westen, 07 Mar. 1907
GAGSTAD, ANNE Name: Gagstad, Anne D.: 7/8/1878 B.: Reg. D.: 4/15/1879 Sex: F/W Age at Death: 62 Yrs. B.P.: Norway D.P.: Tn. Cato Cem.: Cato, Mtw. Co. Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. A. O. Alfson Spouse: Ole Gagstad F.: M.: Cause of Death: Pg. #: 296
GALBRAITH BABY Galbraith birth: 24 October 1899 Manitowoc death: 24 October 1899 Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin residence: 1899 Manitowoc, Wis. father: Archie Galbraith mother: Annie Bohmon Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 ******* (Note: Archie and Anna are in Evergreen, Manitowoc. I don't have their marriage, but since Anna lived at Brillion before her marriage, that may be where they were married.)
GALLAGHER, CHARLES From Der Nord Westen, 27 Feb. 1902: Death yesterday morning of Charles Gallagher, a resident of North Water Street, of old age debility. The deceased, who was 85, came to Manitowoc in 1851 and has lived here ever since. He leaves a sorrowing widow and 2 sons. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning. ******* Charles Gallagher birth: 14 February 1817 Ireland death: 26 February 1902 Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin residence: 1902 Manitowoc, Wis. spouse: Elizabeth Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968
GALLAGHER, ELIZABETH CONFINED TO HOSPITAL FOR TWO YEARS, MRS. ELIZABETH GALLAGHER, OLD RESIDENT, RELIEVED BY DEATH A long, wearying illness that had confined her to the hospital for more than two years, came to an end for Mrs. Elizabeth Gallagher, widow of Charles Gallagher, and a pioneer resident of the city, last night when death came to her relief. Mrs. Gallagher's death was not unexpected, her condition having been critical for some time. Mrs. Gallagher was one of the oldest residents of the city, and had she lived until summer would have been ninety-years of age. For more than fifty-five years she had resided in Manitowoc, making her home on North Water street, until removed to the hospital two years ago. Of a family of children only two survive-John and Francis-both of this city. Mr. Gallagher died fifteen years ago. The funeral will be held from Sacred Heart church Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, January 20, 1916 P.8
GALLAGHER, CLEMENT From Der Nord Westen, 06 June 1907: A 7-mo. old child of John Gallagher here died Sunday and was buried Tuesday. (Note: Sunday was 2 Jun 1907. From county death index: GALLAGHER, Clement Jun 02 1907 v.8 p.141.)
GALMBACHER BARBARA Death notice in Der Nord Westen, 14 Sept. 1882 Mrs. Barbara Galmbacher died last Sat. in Manitowoc. Her husband died about a six months earlier. She leaves two daughters and a son.
GALMBACHER FRANK Death notice in Der Nord Westen, 2 Mar. 1882 Frank Galmbacher died on Mon., 27 Feb. Formerly of Mishicott, but now a resident of Manitowoc.
GANONI, ANTON H. Anton H. (Tony) Ganoni, 37, of 1103 Lincoln Blvd., Manitowoc, died unexpectedly Monday morning, April 21. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Parkside Funeral Home, Manitowoc. The Rev. William Zimmer will officiate and cremation will follow. Mr. Ganoni was born Sept. 13, 1941, at Milwaukee, son of Anton E. and Beatrice Ehley Ganoni. He was graduated form Custer High School and University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. From 1959 to 1963, he served with the United States Marine Corps and married Sharon A. Schell June 18, 1966, at Milwaukee. He had been employed with Hamilton Industries, was appointed sales manager in 1972 and moved to Manitowoc in 1975 as the national marketing manager. At the present time he was the national sales manager. He was a member of Branch River Country Club and Hamilton Management Association and a former member of Manitowoc Kiwanis Club. Survivors include his wife, Sharon and a son (private) at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton E. Ganoni of Milwaukee; four brothers and two sisters-in-law, Gerald and Sandra of Allenton, Wis., James and Marge and Richard Ganoni and Gregory Ganoni of Milwaukee; a sister, Bea Ann Ganoni of Milwaukee and other relatives and friends. A brohter, Jack, preceded him in death. Friends may call at Parkside Funeral Home 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday and from 9 a.m. Wednesday until the time of service. Memorials may be made to Wisconsin Heart Association. Herald Times Reporter, April 21, 1980 P.3
GARFIELD, LILIAN On the 26th inst., Louisa Lilian, daughter of John and Julia Garfield, aged 2 years. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Tuesday, January 29, 1856 P. 2
GARRICHS, GEO. Geo. Garrichs, a 70-yr. old resident of Valders, died from a fall on Wed. last week. He was working on the walls of the new construction in Valders belonging to A.J. Lettenberger when he fell from a ladder and died 3 hrs. later from his injuries. He leaves a widow and 2 children. Der Nord Westen, 08 Sep. 1904
GASPAR, MARIA Name: Gaspar, Maria D.: 2/26/1877 B.: Reg. D.: 11/12/1877 Sex: F/W Age at Death: 6 1/2 Yrs. B.P.: Cooperstown D.P.: Cem.: Coop. Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. A. L. Rossochowitz Spouse: F.: Nicolaus Gaspar M.: Magdalena Reichle Cause of Death: Add Info.: Child Pg. #: 231
GATES CARL Carl W. Gates, 63, of 916 Chicago St., Manitowoc, died Thursday. Private family funeral services will be held Saturday at the Schneider Mittnacht Funeral Home, Manitowoc. Mr. Gates was born Feb. 17, 1910, at Mayville, Wis., son of the late Albert and Emma Gates. Survivors include a brother, Robert, of Manitowoc, a sister, Mrs. Richard (Betty) Geise of Covine, Calif., two brothers, Roy, of Milwaukee and Edward, of Brookfield, and two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Mueller, of Lakewood and Mrs. Marie Heup, of Menominee Falls. Five grandchildren also survive. There will be no visitation. Herald Times Reporter, Wis. December 28, 1973
GAUTERER, FRANCIS From Der Nord Westen, 07 Mar. 1907: Death Thursday last week of Francis(sic) Gauterer in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Aumann here. The deceased, who reached the age of 71, is survived by a son and 3 daughters. The funeral was held Monday morning from St. Boniface Church.
GAUTHIER, MRS. A. Death Fri. in Two Rivers of Mrs. A. Gauthier as the result of a stroke she suffered two weeks ago. The deceased, who was born in Canada, was 65. She leaves 3 brothers. The funeral was held Saturday. Der Nord Westen, 05 Nov. 1903
GAUTHIER, CARL Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gautheir (sic) of Rapids, are mourning the death of their infant son, Carl, which occurred yesterday. The child was one and one-half years old and the idol of the parents. Funeral services will be held from St. Boniface church tomorrow at 2 o’clock. Manitowoc Daily Herald, March 4, 1913 P. 5
GAUTHIER, ED (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 16 May) A young man named Ed Gauthier, who lodged in Washington House and worked as a fisherman on the ship "Hill", died of a heart attack during the night on Thursday. The 22 year old was found dead in bed Friday morning. Der Nord Westen, May 19, 1898 ******** (Note: There is another Ed Gauthier in Two Rivers Calvary who died Jan. 2, 1899, who was also 22 years of age. The stone looks hand made and may have been made later and the date mis-remembered. From the county death index: Edward Gauthier-May 13, 1898 v.6 p.61
GAUTHIER, FRITZ From Der Nord Westen, 21 June 1906: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 18 June) Fritz Gauthier, who for years was State Marshal of Two Rivers, died in Chicago where he had resided for some time. The body was brought here and buried from the local Catholic Church. He was of French-Canadian extraction. ******* (Note: Grave is possibly marked with the iron cross in Calvary, Two Rivers/the name on it is Fred)
GAUTHIER, JOSEPH FORMER TWO RIVERS MAN DEAD AT MILWAUKEE Joseph Gauthier, former Two Rivers man, having been born and reared in that city, died at Milwaukee yesterday at the age of 60 years. He was the husband of Jessie Gauthier, matron of the Wisconsin Telephone company at Milwaukee and the family resided there for years. Funeral services will be held there Thursday morning and the body will be sent to this city for burial, the body being taken direct from the Northwestern. Mr. Gauthier was a brother of Omar Gauthier of this city. Manitowoc Herald News, July 6, 1920 P.1
GAUTHIER, SON OF ANTOINE From Der Nord Westen, 05 Aug. 1897: Death Sun. in Two Rivers of a 10-yr. old son of lighthouse keeper A. Gauthier, of diphtheria. ******** (NOTE: Arthur Gauthier/d. Aug. 1, 1897 co. death index v.6 p.21/ Father Antoine/Mother Mary from 1900 Two Rivers census showing Antoine was a lighthouse keeper. Parents buried in Forest View, Two Rivers)
GERALDSON, THEA Death Sat. of 59 yr. old Mrs. Thea Geraldson, a well-known resident of Town Manitowoc Rapids, following an illness of many years. The funeral was held Monday. Der Nord Westen, 23 Mar. 1905 ********* Thea Olson Geraldson Wisconsin, Death Records Name Thea Olson Geraldson Event Type Death Event Date 1905 Event Place Manitowoc Rapids, Manitowoc, Wisconsin Residence Place Manitowoc Rapids, Gender Female Age 59 Marital Status Unknown Race W Occupation Housewife Birth Date 14 Apr 1846 Birth Year (Estimated) 1846 Birthplace Norway Burial Place Manitowoc Rapids, Wis. Father's Birthplace Norway Spouse's Name Kittel Geraldson ********* Thea Olson Geraldson Wisconsin Deaths and Burials Name Thea Olson Geraldson Gender Female Burial Place Man. Rapids Death Date 18 Mar 1905 Death Place Manitowoc Rapids, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin Age 59 Birth Date 14 Apr 1846 Birthplace Norway Occupation Housewife Race White Marital Status Married Spouse's Name Kittel Geraldson Father's Birthplace Norway ********** (Note: There is a Kettel Geraldson in #44aa
GERL, BERNARD County Board Proceedings… To The Honorable Board Of Trustees Of The Manitowoc County Asylym For The Chronic Insane: Gentlemen:-I hereby present my annual report for the year ending June 30, 1919. The following deaths occurred… Bernard Gerl, Oct. 27, 1918, aged 86 of Syplalitic paralysis; Manitowoc Herald News, December 26, 1919 P. 6
GERNS, CHILD OF H. From Der Nord Westen, 02 Apr. 1891: Death on Tues. of the newborn child of Mr. H. Gerns of Manitowoc, with burial yesterday in the city cemetery.
GEYER, GEORGE From Der Nord Westen, 07 May 1908: Sunday three boys 14 year old George Geyer, son of the proprietor of "Lake House" on Buffalo Street, his somewhat younger brother Tony and Harry Tuege took a trip on the river in a canoe from the 8th Street bridge. They went first to the Goodrich dock and then to the Northwestern Railroad bridge where they turned around. On their way back Harry Tuege was feeling sick and asked to be let out. George, who was steering, pulled over to the bank at State Street and let off Tuege and his brother Tony, and then he went to take the canoe back. As he got near the Wisconsin Central Railroad freight shed, a steamer pulled into the slip and the canoe wobbled, then the wave from the wake of the steamer hit the tottering canoe and George Geyer fell into the river. There were men standing outside the warehouse and saw the accident and immediately went to his help. He appeared once and then was never seen again. The police station was phoned and Police Chief Drews came over with officers and grappling irons. They were able to reach the boy's body almost immediately and pulled it from the water. From the time of the accident until his body was pulled out, only about 15 minutes had elapsed, and several witnesses said that when he was pulled out the body showed signs of life. Dr. Meany had been immediately called, but despite all efforts of over an hour the boy was declared dead. The body was turned over to his parents.
GIEFER, CHILD OF JACOB (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 29 Nov.) Death last week of a 4-yr. old child of Jacob Gieser(sic) with the funeral on Friday. Der Nord Westen, 09 Dec. 1897
GIEFER, GERTRUDE Gertrude Giefer Wisconsin, Death Records Name Gertrude Giefer Event Type Death Event Date 1897 Event Place Two Rivers, Manitowoc, Wisconsin Residence Place Two Rivers, Gender Female Age 0 Marital Status Single Race W Birth Date 04 Nov 1897 Birth Year (Estimated) 1897 Birthplace Two Rivers, Burial Place Two Rivers, Cemetery Public Cem. Father's Name Jacob Giefer Father's Birthplace New Jersey Mother's Name Hattie Giefer Mother's Birthplace Two Rivers, Wis. ******* Gerturde Giefer (sic) Wisconsin Death Index Name Gerturde Giefer Event Type Death Event Date 01 Dec 1897 Event Place Manitowoc, Wisconsin Page 0313
GIEFER, JAC., SR. (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 18 Mar.) Jac. Gieser, Sr.(sic), an old settler in Town Two Rivers where he formerly operated a farm, and before that worked for Wisconsin Leather Co., has died in Sheboygan where he resided the past year. The body was brought here and was buried this morning from the Catholic Church. The deceased had celebrated his 85th birthday on 25 November last year. He had come to Two Rivers in 1854. He is survived by 3 sons and 2 daughters, his wife having preceded him in death several years ago. Der Nord Westen, 21 Mar. 1907
GIEFER, MATHIAS (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 20 Aug.) Mathias Gieser(sic), who was born here in 1864 and spent his youth here, but moved to Milwaukee some years ago, died there Thursday last week from consumption. The body was brought here and his well attended funeral was conducted Friday from the Catholic Church. He leaves a widow and a 16-year old daughter. Der Nord Westen, 23 Aug. 1906 ******** Mathews Giefer Wisconsin, Death Records Name Mathews Giefer Event Type Death Event Date 1906 Event Place Milwaukee, Wisconsin Residence Place Mil. Gender Male Age 44 Marital Status Married Race w Occupation Lather Birth Date 04 May 1864 Birth Year (Estimated) 1862 Birthplace America Burial Place Two Rivers, Wis. Father's Name Jacob Geifer Father's Birthplace Ger. Mother's Name Pauline Bach Mother's Birthplace Ger. Spouse's Name C. Steiner
GIESE, CHILD OF MRS. Clarks Mills news: A little child of Mrs. Giese was buried on Sunday. It died after a short illness. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, April 17, 1888 P. 6
GIESE, KATHARINE Katharine Giese died 22 November 1884 at age of 85 years. (b. about 1799 or 1800)(From the Trinity Lutheran church records, Liberty twp.)
GLAF, FREDRICK Name: Glaf, Fredrick D.: 10/30/1867 B.: Reg. D.: 3/20/1870 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 2 Da. B.P.: Newton D.P.: Newton Cem.: Newton Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. T. Grosshusch Spouse: F.: Johan Glaf M.: Maria Glaf Cause of Death: Pg. #: 75
GLASO, MR. Death on Tuesday of 78 year old Town of Rockland resident Mr. Glaso of old age debility. Der Nord Westen, May 26, 1898 ******* (The surname Glasow is in St. Peter's Evang. Luth. cem. in Rockland Twp.)
GLEICHER, ROSA From Der Nord Westen, 26 Mar. 1903: 83-yr. old Mrs. ROSA GLEICHER, well-known resident of St. Nazianz, died last week. Her funeral was held Wed. last week.
GLIXNER, EDWIN Edwin Glixner birth: 13 April 1898 Manitowoc death: 28 May 1898 Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin residence: 1898 Manitowoc father: John Glixner mother: Mary Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968
GLOE, CHILD OF HERMANN From Der Nord Westen, 08 Jan. 1891: (From correspondent in Two Rivers, 06 Jan.) Death of the 1 yr. old child of Hermann Gloe last week, with burial in the Lutheran Cemetery.
GLOMSKI, CHARLES Nov 19 1895/Feb 1973/SSDI Charles Glomski, 77, of Shady Lane Home, Manitowoc, died Tuesday at Holy Family Hospital, Manitowoc. Mr. Glomski will be taken to the Medical College of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. Funeral arrangements will be announced Thursday by Schneider-Mittnacht Funeral Home, Manitowoc. Herald Times Reporter, Manitowoc, Wis. February 14, 1972
GLOVER WM. G. Death notice in Der Nord Westen, 21 Feb. 1884 The former Justice of the Peace Wm. G. Glover died last Thurs. morning. His body was sent to Kenosha.
GLYSCH, WILLIAM Mourn Death of Babe. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Glysch, 1216 South Twenty-first street, are mourning the death of their four months old son, William, who died early this morning from an attack of pneumonia after an illness of only three days. Besides the parents, a sister, Agnes, survives. The funeral will be held Saturday morning with services at St. Mary's Catholic church. Manitowoc Herald News, Thursday, April 30, 1925 P.2
GLYSZ, VERONICA CHILD'S PLAY IS FATAL Veronica, Six year Old Daughter Of Michael Glysz, a Victim Of the Flames ATTEMPTS TO LIGHT A FIRE And Her Clothing Is Inflamed, Burning Her In Most Frightful Manner- She Cannot Survive-A Strange Coincident Another fatality was added to the long list of the past few months when Veronica, the six year old daughter of Michael Glysz, a laborer residing on Twentieth street, was terribly burned and will die from the effects of the burns. The accident happened shortly after 2 o'clock. The child was playing in the road and in attempting to light a pile of rubbish that had been raked up, the match ignited her clothing and before assistance could reach her, she had been fatally burned. The entire lower portion of her body was charred and when a physician arrived he held out no hope for recovery. The child suffers intensely and her condition is most pitiable. A number of other children were playing with the child but they were so frightened that no assistance could be rendered, even had they been old enough to appreciate the seriousness of the accident. It is a strange coincident that just three years ago this time the girl's mother lost her life in a similar manner, being badly burned and suffering the most intense agony for five days before death relieved her. A father, four brothers and two sisters make up the afflicted family. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Friday, May 04, 1900, Page 1 ********* SUFFERS NO MORE Little Veronica Glysz Dies From Her Burns Just as the birth of another day was announced by the tolling of the midnight hour Friday, death relieved little Veronica Glysz from her sufferings and the soul took its flight to the maker. For hours after the sad accident wherein her body was burned so terribly the child suffered the most excruciating pain and all that medical skill could suggest was powerless to afford relief; until death mercifully interposed and claimed her for its own. The accident is one of peculiar sadness and the sympathy of the entire community will be extended to the bereaved father and family. Veronica was a bright child and very popular with her playmates. The funeral will probably be held Monday morning. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Saturday, May 05, 1900, Page 1 (NOTE: There is a Veronica Glhyz(sic) d. May 4, 1900 co. death index v.6 p.249)
GLYZ, MRS. MICHAEL From Der Nord Westen, 09 July 1896: On Fri. morning last week, Mrs. Michael Glyz, a resident of the 7th Ward, got up to prepare breakfast. She lit a fire in the oven, but after a short while it appeared to have gone out. She picked up the kerosene can to douse the apparently cold wood, and flames shot up, exploding the can, throwing burning oil all over Mrs. Glyz. Michael Glyz, her husband, was ill but was summoned by her cries so that he began to attack the flames but at the same time warned the still sleeping children. Neighbors came over to put out the burning clothing of Mrs. Glyz, but she was already burned over her entire body. Medical help was called, but the poor lady lingered in pain from Fri. morning until Tues. noon before passing away. She leaves 7 sorrowing children as well as her husband. (NOTE: There is a Veronika Jleich(sic) d. July 7, 1896 co. index. v.4 p.362 who is probably this woman)
GNADT MARY (b. 23 October 1898 /d. November 1979) Mary spent most of her married life in Milwaukee County. Once her husband died, she moved in with her daughter and son-in-law in the City of Manitowoc. She died in 1979 in Manitowoc County but is buried next to her husband in Milwaukee County. Mary and her husband Albert Gnadt are buried at Holy Cross Cemetery in Milwaukee. They are located in Block 33, Lot 284 South.
GOCKE, AUGUSTA Augusta Gocke birth: 7 December 1896 Centerville death: 19 June 1899 Centerville, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin residence: 1899 Centerville father: Herman Gocke mother: Minna Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 ****** (NOTE: This is probably Goeke/there is a Herman Goeke in marriages)
GOEKE, HULDA From Der Nord Westen, 08 June 1899: Death in Town Newton of the 8-mo. old daughter of August Goeke. She died on 01 June and was buried in the cemetery there by Pastor Lienkaemper on 03 June. (NOTE: On co. death index, Hulda Goecke/d. May 31, 1899/index v.6 p.173)
GOERKE, META Name: Goerke, Meta D.: 7/24/1876 B.: Reg. D.: 12/27/1876 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 4 Yrs. 1 Mo. 10 Da. B.P.: D.P.: Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. F. Pieper Spouse: F.: M.: Cause of Death: Scarlet Pg. #: 212
GOERKE, SON OF MR. A son of Mr. Goerke, head miller at Truman & Cooper's mill, died yesterday morning. Funeral will take place to-morrow at 10 o'clock A.M. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, August 15, 1882 P. 1 ******* (Note: This may be George Gehrke/d. Aug. 14 1882/co. death ind. v.3 p.116)
GOERRES, "PAPPA" From Der Nord Westen, 5 May 1881: Died in his 82nd year, in Kiel. His wife died a few years before.
GOESE, FERD. From Der Nord Westen, 19 Feb. 1891: Death of Ferd. Goese on 09 Feb. with burial in the Lutheran Cemetery.
GOESE, SON OF HEINRICH From Der Nord Westen, 11 Oct. 1900: A 6-mo. old son of Heinrich Goese died Fri. in Cleveland of child cholera. He was born 06 Apr. this year. The funeral was held Mon. afternoon in the Reformed Cemetery in Town Centerville.
GOETTING, CHRISTIAN Christian Goetting died 28 December 1879 at age of 73 years, 4 months & 24 days. (b.: about 4 August 1806)(From the Trinity Lutheran church records, Liberty twp.)
GOETZ JOHN MARTIN HORRIBLE ATROCITY! A horrid murder was commited near the Branch Mills in this County on Sunday evening last. We gather the following from the statement of one of the Coroner's jury, and it is a review of the evidence, which came before it. A German named John Martin Goetz, hearing a noise about his premises went out and found two men whom he ordered off, and on their refusing to leave attempted to drive them away. They commenced beating him with clubs and he called his son to his assistance, the boy received a severe blow on the head which knocked him down, and he retreated to the house. When he left the two men were pounding his father with clubs and the appearance of the ground indicated a severe struggle. When he again returned in company with a neighbor the men were gone, and groping about he stumbled over the corpse of his Father already stiffening in death. Near the place where the body was found, two clubs newly cut and trimmed, were picked up, and an axe covered with blood and hair was also found lying near the spot. The head of the corpse was horribly mangled and bruised, the shoulders, arms and sides bore the marks of blows, inflicted with bludgeons. Goetz leaves a wife and six children, the youngest less than a year old. We have seldom heard of a more aggravated case of homicide, and the b??? recital of the outrage is sufficient to chill the blood with horror. The boy has a large gash on the top of his head, which he says was inflicted with a club. Sheriff Adams has offered a Reward of $200, for the apprehension of the Murderers, and the officers are on track of those on whom suspicion rest. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, January 31, 1856 P. 3 ********** $200, REWARD! The above reward will be paid for the arrest of the person or persons who murdered John Martin Goetz in the town of Manitowoc Rapids on the night of the 27th inst. Suspicion rests upon James Batler and John Ryan. Batler is about 6 ft. high 27 or 28 years of age, black hair and whiskers, is good looking, wore when he left a Grey sack coat blue overalls and black hat. Ryan is about 23 years of age, light brown hair, has a scar on the top of his head, wore a brown sack coat and gray striped pants. Manitowoc Jan. 28th. 1856 F.W. ADAMS. Sheriff of Manitowoc county. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, January 31, 1856 P. 3 *********** From the Green Bay Advocate, February 7, 1856: MURDER MOST FOUL We learn that a horrible murder was committed in Manitowoc county, last week, under the following circumstances. - A German was preparing to leave his home for Manitowoc with a load of shingles, when he was met by three Irishmen who insisted upon turning his load over, and when he resisted them, they took an axe which they found on his sled and deliberately cut him to pieces. The son of the German, a small lad, came to the rescue of his father, but was soon overpowered by the Irishmen, chased into the house, and stabbed several times with a knife; but we learn that he will probably recover. One of the three murderers was captured and is now in jail in Manitowoc. The other two have been traced through this place on their way, it is supposed, to Lake Superior. The Deputy Sheriff of Manitowoc Co. is on their track. ....also this from the Green Bay Advocate, February 14, 1856: The name of the German mentioned by us, last week, as having been murdered, by two Irishmen, near Manitowoc, was John Martin Goetz. He leaves a wife and seven children, the oldest 15 years, and the youngest less than six weeks, and in destitute circumstances. We learn that the men supposed to be the murderers of Mr. G. worked last summer on the River Improvement and lived in the woods a few miles east of Wrightstown. The Sheriff of Manitowoc Co. offers $200 reward for the arrest of the murderers.
GOLDENSTEDT, EDWARD HEAT KILLS AT MANITOWOC Carpenter of That City Succumbs - Thermometer Registers 97 Special to the Northwestern -June 23 - A Daily News Special from Manitowoc says: Edward Goldenstedt, a carpenter is the city's first victim of heat prostration. Goldenstedt being overcome in the terrific heat yesterday when the thermometer climbed to 97 in the shade and forced the abandonment of outside work. Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, Fri., June 23, 1911 page 8 ******** (Note: This surname is in Evergreen but I have no record of him)
GONIA, ANTON Anton Gonia birth: 8 September 1904 Two Rivers death: 17 October 1904 Two Rivers, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin residence: 1904 Two Rivers father: Anton Gonia Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 ******** (Note: In marriages there is Anton Gonia m. Franciska Milecka in 1896. Possible parents)
GORLING, MRS. From Der Nord Westen, 23 Feb. 1882: The wife of August Gorling in Town Schleswig near Kiel died of a stroke.
GORMANN BOY Two Rivers news: A little boy aged seven years, by the name of Gormann, died here on Friday last of lock-jaw, brought on by stepping on a rusty nail. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, October 11, 1881 P. 1 ****** (There is no Gormann on the 1880 Two Rivers census, but there is a Gromann family: John Gromann age 38; wife Maria age 34; Emilie age 10; Mary age 8; John age 7; Joseph age 6; Edward age 4; Albert age 2. The child who died would be either John or Joseph)
GOSPODAREK ADOLPH (b. 16 December 1918 /d. March 1987/SSDI) Mr. Adolph J. Gospodarek, 68, of 1419 Philippen Street, Manitowoc died Thursday, March 12, at Holy Family Medical Center, Manitowoc. Mr. Gospodarek was born December 16, 1918, at Manitowoc, son of the late Michael and Antoinette Drobka Gospodarek. Mr. Gospodarek was employed at Mirro Corporation for 47 years. He married Florence Stransky on May 7, 1942, at Manitowoc. (Survivors omitted for privacy) (No newspaper cited) (sent in by researcher/see contributors page)
GOTTER, EDGAR Edgar Gotter, 55, of 3511 Division St., Manitowoc, died Saturday morning at Holy Family Hospital, Manitowoc. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church, Manitowoc. The Rev. Glenn Unke will officiate and burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Manitowoc. Mr. Gotter was born July 9, 1916, in the Town of Rantoul, son of Mrs. Albertina Bessert Gotter Pettermann and the late August Gotter. He married Loretta Laack Sept. 9, 1937, at Chilton. The couple resided at Brillion until 1957 moving to Manitowoc. Survivors include his wife, a son and three daughers (Survivors omitted for privacy.); two brothers, Clarence, of Brillion and August, of Pierson, Wis.; two sisters, Mrs. Leonora Paul and Mrs. Caroline Jentsch, of Potter; and two grandchildren. A son and daughter preceded him in death. Friends may call at Urbanek and Schlei Funeral Home, Manitowoc, from 5 to 9 p.m. Monday until noon Tuesday and then at the church until the time of service. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. March 31, 1972
GRAEFE, JOSEPH From Der Nord Westen, 31 Mar. 1904: Joseph Graefe died of dropsy on Tues. last week in Town Meeme. The funeral was Thursday. (On county death index, Joseph Graef/d. Mar. 23, 1904/v.7 p.218) ****** Joseph Graef birth: 21 August 1827 Betheim, Germany death: 23 March 1904 Meeme, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin burial: Herman residence: 1904 Meeme father: Joseph Graef mother: Elizabeth Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968
GRAHAM MICHAEL From Der Nord Westen, 09 Feb. 1899: Death at the advanced age of 99 yrs. on Sun. in a local hospital of Michael Graham. The funeral was held yesterday.
GRALL, MRS. JOSEPH Joseph Grall, Former Resident of Whitelaw, Dies at Marshfield Joseph Grall, former resident of Whitelaw, but who moved to Marshfield some 25 years ago, died there this morning, according to word received by relatives in this county. He is survived by a wife, three sons and five daughters and by one sister, Mrs. John Paul of Maplewood. Burial will take place at Marshfield. The deceased was well known at Whitelaw and vicinity where he made his home for some years before removing to the northern part of the state. Manitowoc Herald News, Wednesday, February 22, 1928, Page 2 ********* Mrs. Grall Buried At Whitelaw Today Funeral services of Mrs. Joseph Grall, former resident of Manitowoc county who passed away at Marshfield were held at Whitelaw this morning. In the announcement of the death yesterday it was stated that Mr. Grall had died but this was in error. Mrs. Grall having been the one summoned. She was past 60 years of age and with her husband had resided at Marshfield for years. Mr. Grall survives. Manitowoc Herald News, Thursday, February 23, 1928, Page 2
GRANZOW, SON OF FRED Mr. and Mrs. Fred Granzow have the sympathy of friends in the death of their eight months old son who died last night at the family home, 711 So. Twenty-third street. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Monday, Nov. 19, 1917, Page 3
GRAPENTIEN, IDA Ida Louise Grapentien died 26 December 1885 at age of 1 year, 9 months, 21 days. (birth is recorded 17 March 1884) (From the Trinity Lutheran church records, Liberty twp.)
GRAPENTIEN, JOHANNE Johanne W. Aug. Grapentien died 18 November 1885 at age of 1 month, 3 days. (b. about 18 October 1885)(From the Trinity Lutheran church records, Liberty twp.)
GRAPENTINE, JOHANNA DEATH COMES AS RELIEF TO LIBERTY WOMAN Death came as a release to Mrs. Johanna Ernestine Grapentine, wife of John Grapentine of Liberty, yesterday when she passed away after having been bed ridden for nine months. Mrs. Grapentine suffered a stroke last September and since that time had been virtually helpless, confined to her bed. Mrs. Grapentine, nee Frosch, was born in Newton August 14, 1855, and was married May 11, 1875, the couple having celebrated their golden wedding three years ago. Only one of five children born to the couple survive, a son, William, who resides on the old homestead. Mr. Grapentine also survives and one brother, Charles Frosch, resides in this city. Funeral services will be held Wednesday from the Liberty church, the Rev. Hensel officiating. Manitowoc Herald News, Tuesday, August 07, 1928 Page 14
GRAVEY, SON OF PHILIPP From Der Nord Westen, 30 Mar. 1899: Death Sun. of a 3-mo. old child of South 7th Street resident Philipp Gravey. The little casket was buried Tues. in the cemetery in Clarks Mills. (The surname should be Garvey..there was a Philip Garvey on 7th street in the Schmidt's directory, but I show no Garvey in Clarks Mills.)
GRAYCAREK, JOS. JOS. GRAYCAREK, 24, MARIBEL, ENDS LIFE AS RESULT OF WORRY OVER LAWSUIT INVOLVING OWNERSHIP OF A HORSE - FOUND IN BARN Despondency caused by worry over differences with his father is believed to have been responsible for the suicide of Joseph Graycarek, a Coopers- town youth whose dead body was found late yesterday hanging to a rafter in the barn on the premises of Joseph Kellner, where he had been employed since April as a hosteler. Graycarek left the hotel late in the afternoon and was missing at supper and when search was made for him, the body was discovered in the hay loft of the barn. Graycarek had secured a heavy rope in the barn and had thrown the end over a rafter and then placed the noose he had made over his head. The feet were within an inch of the floor. The man had been dead for only a short time when the body was found as he had been about only an hour previous. The body was cut down and Dist. Atty. Healy and Coroner Falge in this city were notified and Dr. Falge immediately left for the scene to conduct an examination of the body and investigation of the case, which was clearly one of suicide and no inquest was ordered. The dead man was a son of Frank Graycarek, of Cooperstown, and was a hard working, industrious young man who bore an excellent reputation. He had recently purchased a 40 acre farm, paying $4,000 for the property which he had leased to a relative. A short time ago Graycarek became involved in a law suit over a horse, it being said that his father was interested in the case, and the boy had worried over the matter and it is believed that this caused despondency which led to his rash act. Graycarek had given no indication that his trouble had affected his mind, and a short time previous to his death was about the place in apparently cheerful frame of mind. Graycarek's mother who died twenty years ago is said to have suffered from an attack of mental disorder before her death and it is possible that worry over his affairs had unbalanced the mind of the son and that he committed suicide in a moment of temmporary insanity. There is little doubt but that Graycarek was insane. Several months ago the young man was in court upon complaint of his father, charged with having threatened the life of his father and sisters as result of trouble over the horse case. The body was taken in charge by relatives and will be buried at Maribel, probably tomorrow. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, May 21, 1913 p.5
GREENWOOD, WILLIAM From Der Nord Westen, 28 Apr. 1904: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 26 Apr.) William Greenwood, of French descent, who was born and raised here, died today at age 49, leaving his widow and 2 grown daughters in good circumstances. The funeral will be held Wed. from the Catholic Church.
GREIL, ANTON SR. From the Manitowoc Herald, 30 Dec. 1854: Anton Greil Sr. died.
GRIMES, ANN Ann Grimes died. Manitowoc Herald, 31 Oct. 1861
GRIMES, JOHN John Grimes died. Manitowoc Herald, 31 Oct. 1861:
GRIMES, MARGARET Margaret Grimes died. Manitowoc Herald, 31 Oct. 1861
GRIMES, MARY Mary Grimes died. Manitowoc Herald, 31 Oct 1861
GRIMES, THOMAS Thomas Grimes lost four children through disease at Cato in 18 days. Ann, John, Margaret and Mary. Manitowoc Herald, 31 Oct. 1861 ******** (1860 Cato census: Thomas Grimes age 38; Margaret Grimes age 32; Anne age 12; John age 10; Thomas age 8; Mary age 7; Bridget age 5; Austin age 3; Margaret age 1) (NOTE: They are probably in the Old Clarks Mills cemetery #4)
GRIMM, FRANZ (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 19 Jan.) Franz Grimm has died here in Mishicott. He was about 75 yrs. old and leaves his widow and 4 grown children - 3 sons and a daughter. Burial was yesterday in the local Catholic Cemetery. Der Nord Westen, 21 Jan. 1892: ******** (Death index: GRIMM Frank Jan 15 1892 v.4 p.93./probably in #63)
GRIMM, GRANZINSIA (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 02 Sep.) 71-yr. old Mrs. Grimm died Sat. noon here. The long-time local resident leaves 4 sons and 1 daughter. The funeral was held today from the Catholic Church. Der Nord Westen, 04 Sep. 1902 ******* (Death index: GRIMM Granzinsia Aug 29 1902 v.7 p.92/ (1880 Mishicot census: Frank Grimm age 62; wife Christiane age 48; August age 27; Anna age 19; Anton age 14; twin Frank age 14; Fred age 9) Note: This Frank would be 63 in 1881 the son would be 15. Neither would be the right age for the stone in #62. ******** (1900 Mishicot census: Fred Grimm age 29; Krasanzta mother age 68; Anton age 34 brother; Frank age 34 brother) ******* Grazinsiz Inhoff Grimm birth: 1830 Germany, Europe death: 29 August 1902 Mishicot, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin burial: Mishicott residence: 1902 Mishicott spouse: Frank Grimm Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968
GRIMM, WIDOW The widow Grimm, resident of Franklin St. died in Manitowoc. Der Nord Westen, 5 Oct. 1882 ******** I think this is Kunigunda Grimm.. (In marriages: George Grimm has parents Peter Grimm and Kunigunde Wolff) ******** Kingmrda Grimm Wisconsin Death Index Name Kingmrda Grimm Event Type Death Event Date 01 Oct 1882 Event Place Manitowoc, Wisconsin Page 0457 ******** Kunaiganda Grimm Wisconsin, Death Records Name Kunaiganda Grimm Event Type Death Event Date 1882 Event Place Manitowoc County, Wisconsin Gender Female Age 64 Marital Status Unknown Race white Birth Year (Estimated) 1818 ******* (County death index: Kunigunda Grimm-d. Oct. 1, 1882 v.3 p.118) ******* (1860 Manitowoc ward 1 census: Peter Grim age 42; wife C. Grim age 40 (est.b.1820); George age 11; Philip age 9; Joseph age 7; Peter age 4; Elizabeth age 3/they were living in Manitowoc ward 1 on the 1st day of June 1860 it appears they moved at census time.) (1870 Manitowoc ward 1 census: Cathrine Grimm age 51; Philipp age 19; Joseph age 17; Thressa age 13)
GRIMMER, SON OF AUGUST From Der Nord Westen, 19 Feb. 1891: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 17 Feb.) Death of the 6 yr. old son of August Grimmer with burial on Thursday.
GRIMMER, PAUL From Der Nord Westen, 14 Nov. 1895: Death on Thurs. of last week in the local Polish hospital of Mr. Paul Grimmer of dropsy. The deceased, who was born in Zimmern, Amt Adelsheim, Baden, has served for the last 30 yrs. as a teacher in various towns of this and neighboring counties. His funeral took place Sat. in the local Polish cemetery.
GROEHLING, JOHANNA Death Calls Pioneer Settler Mrs. Johanna Groehling, aged 86 years, died at the home of her son-in-law, Rudolph Stechert, Saturday afternoon and will be buried Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. from the home and at 2 p.m. from the Lutheran church where Rev. H. Koch will officiate at the burial services. The deceased has always resided here with her daughter, the late Mrs. Stechert, who preceded her in death a few years ago. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Peterman, who resides near Brillion, one grandaughter and a grandson, Hugo Stechert. Although ill for many months and unable to leave her bed she was always cheerful and bore her affliction in a manner to win the respect and love of all who knew her. Manitowoc Herald News, Tuesday, January 28, 1930 P. 10 ******** (Note: There is a Johanna Groeling in #53 but she has no death date on the stone, and am unable to find her in any census)
GROFFMAN: See GROSSMANN
GROLL, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 30 June 1904: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 27 June) Death in Town Cato last week of a respected resident and old settler of that town by the name John Groll at age 72. He leaves his widow as well as 10 daughters, a son, 10 sons-in-law, a daughter-in-law, 76 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. The deceased was the father of 13 daughters, but 3 are deceased. Attending the funeral was the son, the daughter-in-law, 9 daughters and 9 sons-in-law. Another daughter and son-in-law were unavoidably detained and could not attend. All of the survivors live in good circumstances.
GROSNICK RAYMOND (b. 14 November 1916 /d. November 1972/SSDI) Raymond O. Grosnick, 56, of 862 N. Eighth St., Manitowoc, died of cancer Saturday evening at home. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at First Lutheran Church, Manitowoc. The Rev. Theodore Vinger will officiate and cremation will follow. Mr. Grosnick was born Nov. 14, 1916, at Loyal, Wis., son of the late Henry and Ida Haut Grosnick. He attended Loyal schools and the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. He taught briefly before entering the U.S. Air Force in 1940. Following his discharge he did graduate work at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He married Veryl Nelson July 10, 1942. He came to Manitowoc in the fall of 1947 as a math instructor for the University of Wisconsin Extension Division and in 1965 was named dean of the Wisconsin Manitowoc Center. In addition to his work at the center, he served as district manager for the Modern Woodman Life Insurance Co. of America from 1952 to 1957. In 1969, he was named to its executive board of auditors. Mr. Grosnick was a member of First Lutheran Church, Manitowoc Elk's Club No. 687, Citizen's Advisory Committee, Regional Health Planning Council of Southeastern Wisconsin and worked actively at county, state and national levels for the American Cancer Society. Survivors include his wife, a son and a daughter (Survivors omitted for privacy.); two sisters, Mrs. Donald (Margaret) Kells, of Florida and Mrs. Robert (Doris) Battin, of California. Two sisters and a brother preceded him in death. Jens Funeral Home, Manitowoc, is in charge of funeral arrangements. There will be no visitation at the funeral home. Friends may call at the First Lutheran Church from noon Tuesday until the hour of service. The casket will remain closed. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or Manitowoc University of Wisconsin Foundation Scholarship Fund. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. November 27, 1972
GROSSHEUSCHS, WILLIAM William Grosshenschs(sic), a retired and well known farmer of the village of Newton died at 6 o'clock Saturday night, after a six weeks illness, dropsy being the cause of death. He was 68 years old. The funeral will be held from the German Reformed church on Wednesday. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Monday, July 10, 1922 p.2 ******* (Note: This probably should be Grosshuesch)
GROSSHUESCH, SON OF WILHELM A son of Wilhelm Grosshuesch in Newton has died of a lung illness. Der Nord Westen, 30 Jan. 1902
GROSSKOPF, MRS. Death a few days ago in Meeme of Mrs. Grosskopf after a long illness. The funeral was held at the Evangelical Cemetery there. Der Nord Westen, 06 Sep. 1900
GROTEGUT, ERNST Three pioneer residents of the town of Centerville, all over seventy years of age, passed away in death this week. They were Ernst Grotegut, Mrs. Johanna Dora and Mrs. Henry Grube(sic). Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, January 14, 1915, Page 3 (Note: There is a Friedrich Grotegut in #73 who died on Jan. 11, 1915, over 70 yrs. of age. I can find no Ernst Grotegut on the site.
GROVE, CHILD OF HENRY From Der Nord Westen, 30 May 1889: On Fri., Henry Grove lost a small child to measles.
GRUBE, SON OF ANTON From Der Nord Westen, 19 Nov. 1896: Death on Tues. last week of a 4-1/2 yr. old son of Town Kossuth resident Anton Grube. (Possibly John Carl Gruber. Death would have been 10 Nov 1896./ Births: Gruber, John C Birth Jun 08 1892 Manitowoc reel 118, record 2902.)
GRUBE, HEINRICH From Der Nord Westen, 05 Mar. 1896: (From the correspondent in Centerville, 03 Mar.) Death Mon. of 71 yr. old Heinrich Grube. He leaves a wife and 7 children. Burial will be Thurs. afternoon at the Lutheran Cemetery.
GRUBER, GEORG From Der Nord Westen, 28 June 1900: Death on Wed. in Kellnersville of 95-yr. old Georg Gruber, father of Mrs. W. Hejda here. The funeral took place Fri.
GRUBER, MARIE From Der Nord Westen, 04 Sep. 1902: Death from a terrible kick in the head by a horse of the 7-yr. old daughter of farmer Carl Grube, who lives near Francis Creek. She died a few hours later without regaining consciousness. ****** From Der Nord Westen, 16 Oct. 1902: Death Fri. in Gibson of 4-yr. old Marie Gruber about whom we reported 4 wks. ago as having been kicked by a horse. The child was so badly wounded that had she not died she would probably have been idiotic. "It is much better that the angel of death took the child." (County death index: 1902 Oct 09 GRUBER Mary v.7 p.112)
GUCHA, CHILD OF EUGENE BABE DIES WHEN IT SWALLOWS MOTHER'S PILLS Two Rivers Four Year Old Victim of Accident TWO RIVERS-(Special)-A four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gucka (sic), Twenty-eighth and School streets died at five o'clock last evening shortly after swallowing a number of catharic pills which had been purchased for the use of the mother of the unfortunate lad. Death occurred shortly after he had swallowed the pills which contained a quantity of strychnine. Funeral arrangements had not been completed at press time. Manitowoc Herald News, Friday, January 18, 1924 P.15
GUENTHER, ADAM COUNTY BOARD PROCEEDINGS REPORT OF VISITING PHYSICIAN TO THE TRUSTEES OF THE MANITOWOC COUNTY ASYLUM FOR INSANE; In conformity to law, I hereby submit my eighth annual report for the year ending July 1, 1917. During the past ????e months there have occurred ten deaths among our two hundred odd inmates as follows: July 5, 1916-Thomas Nash of cancer of rectum, aged 65 years.[Evergreen, Manitowoc] Aug. 14, 1916-Mary Heindl of valvular heart disease, 88 years.[Evergreen, Manitowoc] Sept. 7, 1916-William Welsh of aortic insufficiency, 55 years. [Evergreen, Manitowoc] Oct. 8, 1916-George Hartel, of pleurisy, 60 years. [Evergreen, Manitowoc] Dec. 12, 1916-ADAM GUENTHER, of cerebral hemorrhage, 74 years. [Can't find burial] Feb. 25, 1917-Frank Nooker, of arteric sclerosis, 72 years. [St. Mary, Mishicot twp] March 22, 1917-John Brost of pneumonia, 46 years. [Holy Trinity, School Hill] [John Braest on 1910 Manitowoc census-asylum list] May 5, 1917-Wilhelmina Pfeiffer of pneumonia, 75 years. [Pioneers Rest, Two Rivers] May 6, 1917-Wiedmaus Waston (sic) of cerebral hemorrhage, 70 years. [Wiedeman Wasten-Evergreen, Manitowoc] June 27, 1917-Catherine Johns, of arteric sclerosis, 76 years.[Evergreen, Manitowoc] Since the last report a portion of the Klingholz farm, lately purchased by the asylum has been set aside for a cemetery for the interment of those inmates dying, and unclaimed by relatives or friends. Under the humane management of Supt. Drews the patients are made as comfortable as possible under the circumstances. The systematic running of the farm furnishes an abundance of meat and vegetables, enough and to spare. To Mrs. Drews, the matron, praise is due for the efficient care of the kitchen and the preparation of plenty of plain but nourishing food. The many years of service the attendants have been employed testifies to their efficiency and trustworthiness in the care of the unfortunates. And lastly too much praise can not be bestowed to the trustees for the painstaking manner of the performance devolving upon them. For these various reasons our county asylum is ever acknowledged as one of the best in the state. Respectfully submitted. Louis Falge, M.D. Upon motion of Mr. Gennrich, the report was adopted unanimously upon roll call. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Friday, January 4, 1918 P. 6 ******* (Note: This report has been put with the inmates we could find.) NOTE: Adam Guenther. Can only locate in the following with his wife. 1880 CENSUS OF MANITOWOC COUNTY, WISCONSIN CATO TOWNSHIP Adam Guenther M 35 -- M -- Farmer Magdalena Guenther F 31 Wife M -- Keeping house
GUETSCHOW, CHRIS. NEWTON FARMER FOUND DEAD ON ROAD LEADING TO HIS HOME, HEART FAILURE OR COLD Chris. Geutschow’s Dead Body Found by Neighbor is Believed to Have Suffered Heart Attack or to Have Succumbed to Cold on Way Home. Had Been in Clark Co. for Visit With his journey almost completed and the lights of his home in sight, Chris Guetschow, a well known Newton farmer, on his way home, was stricken by heart failure and succumbed to the severe cold last night when returning to his home, his dead body being found near the road a short distance from his home early today. Mr. Guetschow was 57 years of age and is survived by a widow and one son, John, at Newton. Whether Mr. Guetschow succumbed to the cold or suffered an attack of heart failure will never be known but relatives are inclined to the latter belief as he was subject to heart trouble. No inquest will be held. Mr. Guetschow had been in Clark county to attend the burial of a relative and returned here Thursday night. He spent the night here with friends and yesterday rode to Silver Lake with Mr. Kreuger, a friend. Mr. Guetschow left Silver Lake at 4 o’clock to walk to his home and was last seen alive near Keune’s mill where he met and conversed with a neighbor, Mrs. Fessler at 4:45. The body of Mr. Guetschow was found near the Winkle farm, 20 acres removed from his own home and about 25 minutes walk from the point where the dead man met Mr. Fessler. It is believed that Mr. Guetschow was overcome by cold or that he suffered a sudden attack of heart trouble. Mr. Guetschow told friends here of the experience he had in getting from Clark county, trains being delayed by snow and he said that passengers were paid $1 an hour to help clear the tracks with shovels. Mr. Guetschow had expected to be home Wednesday. Two brothers, residing in the northern part of the state, and three sisters, also survive. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Saturday, February 03, 1917, Page 8 ********** Mr. and Mrs. John Zuelke and Mrs. D.J. Wirth of Chicago were here to attend the funeral of the late Chris Guetschow of Newton, held today. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, February 07, 1917, Page 3 ********** NEWTON Christ Guetschow, who was called to the northern part of the state on account of the death of his brother’s wife, Mrs. John Guetschow and returned last Friday to Manitowoc in the storm made his way home in the town of Newton by foot, was frozen to death near his home and found the next morning by his neighbor, Fred Hoeffner? who was hauling milk, lying in the road. He was last seen by one of his neighbors, Aug. Fessler at 4:30 ? the afternoon with whom he had a conversation. He is survived by his widow and one son, John, of Newton, (illegible) several brothers and sisters. The funeral was held Wednesday (illegible) from the Lutheran church at Newton. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, February 07, 1917, Page 4
GUETSCHOW MR. From Der Nord Westen, 24 July 1879: Death last week of Mr. Guetschow of Newton, from sunstroke.
GUETTE, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 29 June 1899: On Thurs. afternoon in the vicinity of Reedsville an unfortunate accident claimed a man's life. A number of workmen were involved in the construction of a new barn when a storm came up between 3 and 4 p.m. which prompted them to stop and get on the ground. One of them, John Guette, discovered on reaching the ground that he left some tools on the scaffolding and climbed back up. As he was about to start down his foot slipped and he fell about 50 feet to the ground and his comrades leaped to his assistance but he was already dead from the fall. There was nothing left to do but carry his body to his house. John Guette was just 21-yrs. old and leaves his wife and one child.
GULBRAND, ERIK From the Manitowoc Herald, 23 June 1859: Erik Gulbrand drowned.
GULHAN, THORSTEN K. Name: Gulhan, Thorsten K. D.: 9/22/1878 B.: Reg. D.: 4/15/1879 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 65 Yrs. B.P.: Norway D.P.: Liberty, Mtw. Co. Cem.: Liberty, Mtw. Co. Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. A. O. Alfson Spouse: F.: M.: Cause of Death: Pg. #: 298
GULLIVER, MRS. A. Local and Personal news: Two funerals were held at Maple Grove yesterday, those of Patrick Ryan and Mrs. A. Gulliver, both aged residents of the vicinity. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, April 9, 1902 p.2
GUNDY, MARGARETHA Death notice in Der Nord Westen, 9 Mar. 1883 Miss Margaretha Gundy of Kiel has died. Her body was transported from Oshkosh to Schleswig for burial.
GURINE, IDA Name: Gurine Ida D.: 2/14/1878 B.: Reg. D.: 4/15/1879 Sex: F/W Age at Death: 5 Yrs. B.P.: Mtw. Co. D.P.: Mtw. Co. Cem.: Liberty, Mtw. Co. Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. A. O. Alfson Spouse: F.: Ole Evensen M.: Cause of Death: Pg. #: 297 ********* This also may be Ida: Wisconsin, Death Records Name Ida Gurine Evensen Event Type Death Event Date 1878 Event Place Eaton, Manitowoc, Wisconsin Gender Female Age 5 Marital Status Single Race white Birth Year (Estimated) 1873 Father's Name Ole Evensen ********* Ida Gwine Evensen Wisconsin, Death Records Name Ida Gwine Evensen Event Type Death Event Date 1878 Event Place Manitowoc, Wisconsin Gender Female Age 5 Marital Status Single Race white Birth Year (Estimated) 1873 Birthplace Manitowoc Co., Wis Burial Place Liberty, Manitowoc Co., Wis Father's Name Ole Evensen ********* From state microfiche: 1878 Feb 14 EVENSON Ida G. From county death index: 1878 Feb 14 GURINE Ida v.1 p.297
GUTENKURST, EDWARD Notice WHEREAS, the Honorable Edward Gutenkunst, Mayor of the City of Kiel, Wisconisn, died on the 14th day of October, 1942, and WHEREAS, his funeral is to be held on the forenoon of the 17th day of October, 1942, and WHEREAS, the Common Council of the City of Kiel feels that the City has sustained a lasting loss and that all respect is due him from a City for which he has, in the past few years, as mayor, performed an excellent job in every respect, NOW, THEREFORE, By the authority vested in me as President of the Common Council of the City of Kiel, Wisconsin, I hereby request that all of the residents in the City of Kiel see that their flags are flown at half-mast on the date of said funeral, and further I order that all municipal offices in said City of Kiel, Wisconsin, be closed for the whole day on the 17th day of October, 1942, as a last tribute to the memory of said Mayor. Dated October 14th, 1942 ELMER BERTH, President of the Common Council of the City of Kiel, Wisconsin
GYLLAND JOHN John Carl (Hap) Gylland John Carl (Hap) Gylland, age 64, of 11824 Point Creek Road, Newton, died unexpectedly Thursday morning, April 22, 1999, at his home of an apparent heart attack. A Memorial Service will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 25, 1999, at the Meiselwitz- Vollstedt Funeral Home, Kiel. Rev. Erick Adams, Pastor of Kiel Alliance Church will officiate. Cremation has taken place. He was born May 14, 1934, in Superior, Wis., son of the late Carl and Edna Flaten Gylland. John was a 1952 graduate of Superior East High School and also obtained an Associate Degree in Tool Engineering. On October 16, 1953, he married Barbara Gamble. He worked as a railroad telegrapher in Superior after his marriage. From 1955-1958 he served with the United States Army Signal Corp. including a tour in Green land. In 1996 he retired from the Foster Needle Company, Manitowoc, where he worked for 39 years. During his retirement years he enjoyed golfing and genealogy. He was a past master of Manitowoc Masonic Lodge. Survivors include his wife, Barbara; one son, Jeffrey (Pattie) Gylland, Cedarburg; four daughters, Susan (Jerome) Klann, Franklin, Andrea (Stanley) Smith, Eagan, Minn., Julie (Steven) Walber, Kiel and Paula Gyland, Franklin. He is further survived by nine grandchildren. Friends may call at Meiselwitz-Vollstedt Funeral Home on Sunday from 1-3 p.m. A Memorial has been established for the American Red Cross International Response Fund- Kosovo, 1816 Washington St., Manitowoc, WI 54220. John was an exceptional man and an exceptional father. Through thick and thin he always stood by those he loved and never failed to show it in the little things he did. The never forgotten card on birthdays and Valentine's Day with the endless XOXOXOXOXOXO, says it all. He was a very caring and sensitive man who had worked all of his life to make nice things for himself and his family. He was also an endless cache of jokes and amusing stories if the need should arise. All his children, grandchildren and his wife love him with all their hearts. Herald Times Reporter, April 24, 1999 P. A2 ******** (b. 14 May 1934 /d. 22 April 1999) This gentleman is not in a cemetery. He was cremated and the family had his ashes scattered up north. (info from family member)