MANITOWOC DEATHS NOT IN THE CEMETERIES

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HAAVIE, KNUD
Name: Haavie, Knud
D.: 4/27/1874
B.:
Reg. D.: 8/8/1879 
Sex: M/W
Age at Death: 2 1/2 Yrs.
B.P.:
D.P.: Liberty
Cem.:
Ch.:
Inf. & Address: Rev. A. O. Alfson
Spouse:
F.: Knud K. Haavie
M.:
Cause of Death:
Pg. #: 318


HACK, MRS. JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 19 Nov. 1908: Death Thursday morning following a stroke of 70-year old Mrs. John Hack, the mother of Mrs. Oswald Hermann on South 13th Street. She had been found Monday morning on the floor of her residence on the corner of 13th and Madison Streets and the doctor was immediately called, but there was little he could do. The funeral was held yesterday morning from St. Boniface Church.


HACKER, THEO HENRY ERNEST Name: Hacker, Theo Henry Ernest D.: 4/4/1870 B.: Reg. D.: 11/27/1877 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 3 Yrs. 6 Mo. 8 Da. B.P.: Tn. Liberty Mtw. Co. D.P.: Liberty Mtw. Co. Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. Chas. Wagner Spouse: F.: Christian Hacker M.: Margaretha Baryenbruch Cause of Death: Scarlet Fever Pg. #: 83 *********** parents are in Evergreen #44


HACKL, NANCY Nancy (Olkwitz) Hackl Nancy (Olkwitz) Hackl, was born September 1, 1941, died Monday, September 13, 1999, after an extended illness. Funeral Services will be held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, September 15, 1999, at the Deja and Martin Funeral Chapels, Two Rivers. Survivors include one son, Rick; one daughter, Kristin; sisters and brothers; children- in-law, Veronica and Rick; grandchildren, Amanda, Alan, and Hope; plus an extended family of dear friends in the sport fishing community and in the Wisconsin and Illinois Elks Associations. Nan and Merlin Armstrong raised two fine children. Nan also spent over ten years teaching reading to learning disabled children at "The Ranch" in Monominee (sic) Falls. She and Merlin Armstrong owned 141 Speedway in Manitowoc County for a number of years. Later, married to Bob Hackl. Nan became very involved with the charities of the Elks. As the Wisconsin's Elks, "Love Pin Lady". Nan raise money for a number of special Elk's charities. Nan was "First Lady" at the Wisconsin Elks Association during 1997-1998. During that time, the 14,000 Elk families of Wisconsin raised over $1 million for charity and during that same period, gave it all away. Nan was very much a "woods and waters" person and loved fishing on Lake Michigan. She served two years on the Board of Directors of the Northeast Wisconsin Great Lakes Sport Fishing Club. She was an enthusiastic worker on the Big Brothers Big Sisters fishing trips and on the Salmon Derby run by that club. She also represented that club at meetings of the Wisconsin Federation of Great Lakes Sport Fishing Clubs. Nan lived a full and productive life and was preceded in death by her parents and one sister, Diane Visitation will be held from 4 p.m. until the time of service at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. A memorial fund has been established in Nan's name. Herald Times Reporter, September 14, 1999 P. A2


HAESE, MRS. FORMER RESIDENT DIES AT ROCKLAND Mrs. Haese, a former resident of this city and pioneer settler of the county, died suddenly at the home of her son Charles in Rockland at the age of 66 years. Mrs. Haese had not been in good health for some time but her death at this time was unexpected. Her grandson had visited her room a short time before her death with wood to replenish her fire. Stepping out of the room for a few minutes he returned to find his grandmother dead. The deceased was a highly respected and beloved lady and will be sadly missed by her family and friends. Ten children are left to mourn her death: Gottlieb, Charles, Otto, Gustave, Louise, Pauline, John, Fred, Albert and Mrs. R. F. Bubolz. Her husband died several years ago, also one child. Mrs. Haese formerly lived at Manitowoc, moving from there to Reedsville where she lived for about two years. Last spring she disposed of her property there and went to live with her son Charles on the old farm property in Rockland. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Friday, December 6, 1912 P. 7 ******** (From Rockland 1880 census: Charles 43 and wife Frideriecke 34 Children: Ferdinand 16; Mary 14; Gottlieb 13; Pauline 11; Augusta 8; Charles 6; Fredrick 4; Albert 3; John 8/12 There is a Karl who died in cem. #53 b.1837/d.1891 leaving wife and 9 children according to his obit. This Mrs. Haese is probably Fridericke on the 1880 census. She doesn't show up in any of the cemeteries or on the 1910 census)


HAGERTY, D. The body of D. Hagerty was found last Thurs. 3 May, in Rockland. He was lying face down in the marshy area three miles south of Reedsville, only 10 feet from the main highway. He had been to the cattle market in Reedsville early last Oct., and apparently had a few drinks before heading north toward his home in Maple Grove, likely falling into the marsh. Mr. Pape of Reedsville found the body surrounded by wild rice, some of which had grown through the clothing. Justice of the Peace James Noble held the inquest, concluding that the death had occurred from "unknown circumstances". The body was picked up by sons and a burial arranged. An investigation continues. Der Nord Westen, 10 May 1883


HAGERTY, JAMES James Hagerty Passes Away at Hospital James Hagerty, aged 76, for more than twenty eight years night engineer at the Holy Family Hospital in this city, passed away last night after a long illness. Funeral services will be held from the Pfeffer Sons Funeral Chapel tomorrow morning and burial will take place at Calvary. Mr. Hagerty is survived by one daughter who makes her home at Milwaukee. Manitowoc Herald News, Nov. 3, 1926 ******** (Note: The Calvary cemetery office has no record of this burial. He doesn't show in any other cemeteries in the county either.)


HAINES, ALPHEUS D. Two Rivers Section: DIES AT HOME HERE Alpheus D. Haines, residing at 1011 Nineteenth street, passed away Saturday evening after a lingering illness of tuberculosis. He was 70 years of age and is survived by a widow and a large family of grown children most of whom are residing elsewhere. Two daughters live here. Burial will take place on Wednesday afternoon at 2 from the Beduhn and Goetz chapel. Manitowoc Herald News, Monday, June 25, 1928 Page 9


HAINES, ORIN JULIUS Orin Julius Haines birth: 26 December 1903 Manitowoc Rapids death: 28 December 1903 Manitowoc Rapids, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin residence: 1903 Manitowoc Rapids father: Abraham Haines mother: Julia Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968


HALDERSON, ISAAC Isaac Halderson, an old resident of the county, is dead at his home in Rapids at advanced age. He was the father of Mrs. A. Zebell of this city. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Monday, January, 3, 1916 P.1


HALEY, MICHAEL From Der Nord Westen, 24 June 1875: Michael Haley died eight days ago of rabies on Tuesday in Cooperstown, age 17. ******* Bitten by Mad Dog A young man about 17 years of age, named Michael Haley, residing in the town of Cooperstown, was bitten by a mad dog about three weeks ago, from the effects of which he is now in critical condition, having spells of raving craziness. He concealed the fact of his being bitten from his parents, and consequently no medical assistance, was summoned, otherwise the effects might have been less serious. Recovery is doubtful. [Since the above was put in type our correspondent has informed us of the death of the young man. He died Tuesday night raving with madness and in terrible agony.] Manitowoc Co. Chronicle, June 22, 1875


HALL, ELIZABETH From the Manitowoc Herald, 08 Sep 1855: Elizabeth Hall died.


HALL, SON OF J.S. From Der Nord Westen, 07 Sep. 1899: Death Sat. of a 2-1/2 mo. old son of Mr. J.S. Hall with the burial on Mon. ******** (Saturday was Sept. 2, 1899. Earl F. Hall d. on that day co. death index v. 6 p. 193)


HALLAUER, CARL Name: Hallauer, Carl D.: 4/17/1874 B.: Reg. D.: 4/27/1874 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 56 Yrs. B.P.: D.P.: Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Spouse: F.: M.: Cause of Death: Pg. #: 154


HALSTROM, MARVIN AND CAROL A Memorial Service will now be held for Marvin and Carol Halstrom, both age 76, of 3119 School St., Two Rivers, who died Sunday, March 16, 1997, at 3 p.m. Saturday, March 22, 1997, at Grace Congregational Church, Two Rivers. Rev. Kim Henning will officiate at the service. The family will greet relatives and friends at the church after 2:30 p.m. until the time of service. Carol was born August 17, 1920, in Illinois, daughter of the late Carl and Selma Johansen Bloomquist. She was a graduate of Two Rivers Washington High School. Marvin was born May 27, 1920, in Two Rivers, son of the late Charles and Eva Grant Halstrom. He was a graduate of Two Rivers Washington High School. He served with the United States Army from October 7, 1941 until December 6, 1945. Marvin was employed at Hamilton Mfg. Co. as a cabinet maker until his retirement. He was preceded in death by four brothers. On June 22, 1946, Marvin and the former Carol Bloomquist where united in marriage at Emanuel United Methodist Church, Two Rivers. Surviving are three children, Karen Heili and special friend Bert Knoble, Two Rivers, Lars (Nancy) Halstrom, Montana, Kerwin (Francia) Halstrom, California; eight grandchildren, Karla, Hannah, Jakqueline, Jovana, Lully, Kerwin Jr. and Jennifer Halstrom, Robert Heili; six great-grandchildren, Jessica, Jordan Ashley, Samuel Manuel, Jolina and Jenna Nicole. The Deja and Martin Funeral Chapels, Two Rivers, assisted the family with funeral arrangements. Herald Times Reporter, March 21, 1997 P. A2


HALVERSON, MRS. C. From the Manitowoc Herald, 29 July 1854: Mrs. C. Halverson died.


HALVERSON, OLE From Der Nord Westen, 28 Nov. 1878: The body of a Norwegian, Ole Halverson was found in the River on Sun. morning. A coroner’s jury ruled accidental death while drunk.


HAM, ANNIE First publication January 30, 1902. ORDER FOR PROOF OF WILL. STATE OF WISCONSIN. COUNTY COURT FOR MANITOWOC COUNTY. In the matter of the estate of Annie Ham, deceased. In probate. An instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and Testament of Annie Ham, of the City of Manitowoc, in said county, having been delivered into said court: And L.J. Anderson of the City of Manitowoc, in said county, having presented to said court his petition in writing duly verified, representing among other things, that said Annie Ham died testate at Manitowoc, in said county, on the 22nd day of January 1902; that said Instrument is the last will of said deceased and that L.J. Anderson is named therein as Executor, and praying that said Instrument be proven and admitted to probate and that letters testamentary be thereon issued to L.J. Anderson. 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 25th day of February 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 Nord Westen, a newspaper published in said Manitowoc county. Dated January 25th 1902. By the Court: John Chloupek, County Judge. A.C. Schmidt, Attorney. Manitowoc Der Nord Westen, Thursday, January 25, 1902 P. 4 ******** (From county death index: Anna Ham/d. Jan. 23, 1902 vol.7 page 38) (NOTE: I marriages I show a marriage for William Ham and Ann Johnson. May be the same Ann as in this probate notice, but no proof positive)


HAMERNICK, MARY From Der Nord Westen, 05 Mar. 1908: Monday morning Mary Hamernick, daughter of John Hamernick in Rosecrans, was found dead in her bed. The deceased suffered from epileptic fits and it is possible that during the night she had suffered an attack and was suffocated by her pillow. This is only an assumption because no one knows the reason for her death. (Possibly Rosalia in #18)


HAMMANN, FRIEDA Miss Frieda Hammann Passes Away Following Long Illness Kiel – (Special) – Miss Frieda Hammann, 32, daughter of Rev. August and Mrs. Hammann, passed away at 11 o’clock Friday evening at the Wisconsin General hospital in Madison where she had been confined with an illness since February. She was born June 30, 1907, in Port Hope, Mich., and spent her early girlhood in Norfolk, Nebraska. She was graduated from the Elkhart Lake high school in 1924, and later was graduated from Oshkosh State Teachers’ college. She obtained her B. A. degree from Northwestern university, at Evanston, Illinois. She taught in Kewaunee for two years, and was supervisor of rural schools in Sheboygan county for three years, and had planned to supervise Kenosha county schools this year. Her father is pastor of the Bethlehem Reformed church in the Town of Schleswig. Survivors include her parents, a brother, August, Elkhart Lake; and three sisters, Mrs. Roland Stuckmann, Sheboygan Falls, Elizabeth, Columbus, Ohio, and Marie, in Madison. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the C. J. Meiselwitz funeral home in Kiel and at 2 o’clock at the Bethlehem Reformed church. The casket will not be opened at the church, but friends may view the body at the funeral home Sunday and Monday evenings. The Sheboygan Press, Saturday, September 9, 1939


HANDL, DAU. OF ALBERT From Der Nord Westen, 13 Sept. 1894: The 7 mo. daughter of 3rd Ward resident Albert Handl, died on Fri. of “summer illness”. The little body was buried Sun. in the Catholic Cemetery. (This is Ida Handl/d. Sept. 7, 1894/co. death index v.4 p.224)


HANDL, CHILD OF ANDREAS From Der Nord Westen, 03 Sept. 1891: Death last Thurs. of the 9 mo. old child of Andreas Handl of child cholera. Burial was Sun. (This is Magdalena/d. Aug. 27, 1891/she is on state microfiche death index/There is a marriage of Handl: Andrea m: 14 July 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.73) to: Dora Sund. Buried in cem #43 are Andrew and Dora Handl.


HANDL, WILHELM J. From Der Nord Westen, 20 Mar. 1884: Wilhelm J. Handl died on Fri. He was the 18 mos. 14 days old son of Mr. John Handl. The burial took place Sun. in the Catholic Cemetery. (d. Mar. 14, 1884/co. death index v.3 p.124)


HANLY, TIMOTHY From the Manitowoc Herald, 07 July 1855: Timothy Hanly struck by hand spike and died in Meeme.


HANNEMAN, LIZZIE (Oct 30, 1899/Jul 1972/SSDI) Mrs. Ernst Hanneman, 72, of 1324 S. 12th St., Manitowoc, died Saturday at home. Memorial funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Wesley United Methodist Church, Manitowoc. The Rev. Donald T. Stannard will officiate. Mrs. Hanneman's body will be donated to the Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin. Mrs. Hanneman was born Oct. 30, 1899, at Hamburg, Germany. She was married to Ernst Hanneman Aug. 16, 1927, at Cedar Lake, Wis. Survivors include her husband, a daughter, (private), of Portland, Ore., and three granddaughters. A son, John, preceded her in death in 1960. Memorials may be made to the Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin. Manitowoc Herald Times, July 31, 1972


HANSEN, JULIA Born on August 18, 1899 in Manitowoc County, Julia grew up with her two brothers on a farm. Julia recalls walking three miles to school. Sometimes there was a ride when her father drove to the cheese factory to sell his milk. At the age of 13 Julia started working at the Pet Milk Company and the walk was 4 1/2 miles each way. There were two dance halls about four miles away. Julia remembers that "We walked to the dance, danced all night (in high-top shoes), then walked home. We might not get home until three or so in the morning." At 18, Julia married Martin Hansen, a farmer who lived nearby. They had one child. Although she drove horses on the farm, Julia walked the four miles to their church. "No matter what, walking was our way of life." From "The Centenarian Spirit in Wisconsin", interviews produced by the Wisconsin Bureau on Aging and Long Term Care Resources. (b. 18 Aug 1899/d. 25 Jan 2002/d. Brown Co./SSDI)


HANSEN, MARTIN MANITOWOC MAN DEAD AT CHICAGO TODAY Body of Martin Hansen to Be Brought Here Tomorrow Martin Hansen, a Manitowoc man, son of Mrs. O. Hansen, New York avenue, died at a Chicago hospital last night after an illness, due to stomach trouble. Deceased was 43 years of age and is survived by his mother, one brother, Carl A., this city, and a sister, Mrs. C.A. Knutze, Sheboygan. The body will be brought here tomorrow for burial, the funeral being held from the First Norwegian Lutheran church. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Saturday, July 12, 1913 P. 5


HANSON, MRS. A.T. Death last week of Mrs. A.T. Hanson, an 83-year old resident of Manitowoc. She leaves one son and one daughter. The funeral was held in Valders. (1906 Jan 02 HANSON Mrs. Ambian T. co. death index v.8 p.4) Der Nord Westen, 11 Jan. 1906 ********* Mrs. A.T. Hansen a resident of the city is dead at her home on Chicago street aged 83 years. One son Ole Berge, of Valders and daughter, Mrs. Gilbert, city, survive. The funeral will be held at Valders. Manitowoc Daily Herald January 4, 1906 pg. 2


HANSON, JOHAN HYSON Name: Hanson, Johan Hyson D.: 8/15/1874 B.: Reg. D.: 8/8/1879 Sex: M/W Age at Death: B.P.: D.P.: Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. A. O. Alfson Spouse: F.: Hans Chr. Hanson M.: Cause of Death: Vol. 1, Pg. #: 319


HANSON, CHILD OF JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 10 Sept. 1891: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 07 Sept.) Death of one of John Hanson’s children last Sun. of convulsions.


HANSON, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 15 Apr. 1909: John Hanson, a well-known resident of Town Manitowoc Rapids, on Monday was sitting in his living room conversing with his wife and sons when he was suddenly stricken with a heart attack and died. Hanson was born in Norway 82 years ago and came to America in 1856 settling on a farm in Town Manitowoc Rapids where he has lived ever since. He is survived by his widow and 3 sons. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon.


HANSON, OLAF From Der Nord Westen, 07 Sep. 1899: A bad accident happened Fri. afternoon in Branch. A threshing machine had been in use on the farm of Jacob Brey near Branch and was being moved to the next farm. Olaf Hanson, one of the crew, wanted to grease the machine and stood on the end of the sideboard. The machine gave a lurch because of the uneven roadway and threw him from where he had been standing directly in front of the rear assembly. Before it could be brought to a stop a rear wheel went over his entire left side crushing his chest. It took 15 mins. before medical help could be obtained and during that period he died. The unfortunate man was 33 yrs. old, single, and lived with his parents in Town Manitowoc Rapids about a mile from where he had been working. In addition to his parents he is survived by 3 brothers and a sister. The funeral took place Mon. in the cemetery near Gjerpen. (1899 Sep 01 HANSON Olaf co. death index v.6 p.193)


HARDGROVE, GEO. From Der Nord Westen, 01 Oct. 1908: Death Thursday morning last week of Geo. Hardgrove, a well-known farmer in Town Cato. The deceased, who was 90, leaves a son and a daughter.


HARDGROVE, MARY From Der Nord Westen, 20 Aug. 1908: Harry Goodhue and Mary Hardgrove of Clarks Mills were engaged to be married in September. Miss Hardgrove had to be taken to Holy Family Hospital with stomach cancer and was declared to be incurable and in danger of imminent death. When Harry was informed he borrowed a gun from a neighbor Sunday and shot himself. The young lady died 2 hours later without having been told of her fiancé’s death. (Note: The young man's surname is Goodhew in the cemetery #50. I can't find her)


HARDRAT, WM. H. Name: Hardrat, Wm. H. D.: 9/19/1877 B.: 10/20/1854 Reg. D.: 12/27/1877 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 22 Yr. 10 Mo. 30 Da. B.P.: D.P.: Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. F. A. O. Pieper Spouse: F.: Gottfried Hardrat M.: Henriette Hardrat Cause of Death: Inflammation of bowls? Pg. #: 244


HART, GEORGE From Der Nord Westen, 02 Oct. 1890: Fri. of last week, Charles Le Claire, while on a short hunting trip, encountered a man’s body lying at the edge of a bog. He notified the Two Rivers police who recovered the body. It was identified as that of George Hart of Two Rivers, a mentally deficient individual who sometimes went door-to-door selling matches. It was thought that he may have taken a wrong turn. The verdict of the Coroner’s Jury found the death to have been caused by privation and exhaustion.


HARTMAN, FRED HORRIBLE AFFAIR. A friend has furnished us with the particulars of a most horrible affair which occurred at Maple Grove on the night of Wednesday last. An insane man named Stieber residing at the house of a Mr. Fred. Hartman during a paryxism of his disease insisted upon removing his bed to the cellar, to escape as he said from the devils which were pursuing him. He took a pitchfork and a clasp knife with him and the family retired for the night. In the night Mr. Hartmann was wakened by a noise in the cellar and sprung from his bed to learn the cause. A soon as he reached the cellar the pitchfork was thrust into the breast piercing the lungs, and as he fell to the floor his assailant sprang upon him with the knife. He was terribly cut but was still living at last accounts though not expected to survive. His wife hearing his shrieks of distress, went to his assistance, and the knife was buried to the hilt in her back, near the shoulder blade. The wound though severe is not dangerous. Stieber escaped and has not yet been secured. -Later. We learn that the injured man has since died.


HARTUNG, DAU. OF LUDWIG From Der Nord Westen, 16 Apr. (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 14 Apr.) Death of a 16 yr. old daughter of Ludwig Hartung. Burial was last Tues. in the Lutheran Church Cemetery. The father still has several other children lying ill.


HARTUNG, HENRY From the Manitowoc Herald, 14 Jul 1859: Henry Hartung drowned.


HARTUNG, HENRY From Der Nord Westen, 30 Apr. 1908: Henry Hartung in Two Rivers, who went visiting in south Wisconsin with his family last week, caught a terrible cold there and as he was returning to Two Rivers the cold turned into pneumonia and he died Tuesday. Details of his death and of his biography are not in our possession at the moment. (Have a Henry Hartung in cem. #89A that has no information with the entry.) ******** From Der Nord Westen, 07 May 1908: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 04 May) A large funeral was held here Friday. Heinrich Hartung, who ran a successful bakery here for many years, was carried to his final rest. He had returned from a visit to Kellnersville and was not feeling well. It turned into a cold, then into pneumonia, from which he died. Hartung, who leaves a wife, 2 sons and 2 daughters, was 43. The funeral service was conducted from the Lutheran Church, where he had been a member. During the church service a terrific rain storm took place, but it cleared up in time for the procession to the cemetery.


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HATHAWAY, JOHN EDGAR From the Manitowoc Herald, 20 Dec 1860: John Edgar Hathaway died, son of John L. and Hannah M. Hathaway.


HAYES, MRS. ALBERT Rapids news: The funeral of the late Mrs. Albert Hayes was held Friday with services at the house which were conducted by the Rev. Geo. Grether. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, February 16, 1915, Page 5


HAYES, CHARLES From the Manitowoc Herald, 07 Apr. 1855: Charles Hayes died. ******** In Probate-Manitowoc County Court. In the Matter of the last will and testament of Charles Hayes deceased. On reading and filing an instruament in writing purporting to be the last will and Testament of Charles Hayes late of the town of Maple Grove in said County of Manitowoc deceased and also the accompanying Petition of Honora J. Hayes of said Town of Maple Grove, representing among other things that the said Charles Hayes lately died at the said town of Maple Grove, that said instrument is the last will and Testament of said deceased, and that she the said Petitioner is the indentical Honora J. Hayes named and appointed in and by the last will and executrix thereof, and praying that a day be appointed for hearing the proofs of said last will and Testament. It is ordered that the proof of said instrument be heard before the Judge of this Court on Monday the Eighteenth day of June A.D. 1855 at ten o'clock A.M. at his office in the Viliage (sic) of Manitowoc. And it is further ordered that public notice thereof be given to 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 at the Village of Manitowoc in said County of Manitowoc. Dated May 14th 1855. GEO. L. LEE, County Judge. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, May 17, 1855 P. 5


HAYES, DANIEL Daniel Hayes/d. 1 Dec. 1911/age 31 yrs./died in town of Franklin.


HAYES, MAYME From Der Nord Westen, 25 June 1903: Mayme Hayes died last week of consumption in Maple Grove at age 22. The funeral was held Mon. morning.


HAYWARD, ANNIE From the Manitowoc Herald, 22 Aug. 1861: Annie Hayward died, daughter of John H. and Sarah H. (Burns) Hayward


HEALY, MARIE C. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated on Saturday, Janaury 17, 1998, 11 a.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Manitowoc, for the late Marie C. Healy. Relatives and friends are invited to come and pay their respects. Herald Times Reporter, January 15, 1998 P. 2


HEIBLE, WM. Manitowoc Tribune, February 15, 1872, Page 4 Column 6 Died. Heible-- Last Thursday night, Mr. Wm. Heible, of the town of Schleswig, in the jail in this city, where the poor man was confined on account of being a monomaniac on the subject of the conversion of the world. His relatives, who are well off, did not even attend his funeral. There are nine more insane persons in our jail whose maintainance has been refused in the Insane Asylum in Madison.


HEIDERICH, THEODOR From Der Nord Westen, 06 Sept. 1894: Death in Town Newton yesterday morning after a long illness of Theodor Heiderich, 11 yr. 8 mo. old son of Hermann and Louise Heiderich. The funeral will take place next Sun. afternoon at the Lutheran Cemetery near Friedrich Weiher’s.


HEIDORF, TWINS OF JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 11 Dec. 1890: Death last Fri. of the little twin of John Heidorf who lives on the corner of 22nd and Washington Streets. The child was to have been buried on Sun; however, the other twin also died that day, and so both were laid to rest on Mon.


HEIMBECHER WM. Death notice in Der Nord Westen, 30 Mar. 1882: Mr. Wm. Heimbecher, a long time resident of Manitowoc, died in Claybanks, Door Co.


HEIN, MATH. From Der Nord Westen, 11 Jan. 1906: Math. Hein of Manitowoc, who for some time has been stationed in Hurley as a car inspector with the Northwestern Railroad, died there last week of pneumonia. The deceased was just 25 years of age and is survived by a widow. The body was brought here and buried Sunday.


HEIN, WILHELM Death in Manitowoc Rapids on Friday of Wilhelm Hein, at age 68, 2 months, 19 days. The deceased has resided in Manitowoc Rapids since 1855 and is survived by his widow and 10 children. The funeral was Monday afternoon. Der Nord Westen, Sept. 22, 1898 ******** (1860 Manitowoc Rapids census: William Heine age 28; wife Elizabeth 26; Hannah 3; Eliza 2; Emma 2/12) (1870 Manitowoc Rapids census: William Hine age 42, wife Leseitte age 35; Holda 13, Elize 11; Frank 9; William 7; Charles 6; Edward 3, Bernard 1) (Have an Elizabeth Heins in cem. X) ******** Wisconsin, Death Records Name William Heine Event Type Death Event Date 1898 Event Place Manitowoc Rapids, Manitowoc, Wisconsin Residence Place Manitowoc Rapids, Gender Male Age 68 Race W Occupation Farmer and Mill owner Birth Date 19 Jun 1830 Birth Year (Estimated) 1830 Birthplace Germany Cemetery Liberty Cemetery Spouse's Name Lizzie Heine


HEINDL, FLORIAN From Der Nord Westen, 09 Mar. 1893: Death on Sun. of Florian Heindl, the 8 mo. 6 day old son of Mr. Jahn Heindel (sic). The little body was buried Wed. in the Catholic Cemetery.


HEINIG, JOHANNA From Der Nord Westen, 28 June 1894: Death in Cleveland last Fri. of Mrs. Johanna Sophia Heinig (nee Schmidt), of old age. She was born in Stein, Regierungsbezirk Leipzig, Saxony, on 03 Sept. 1817. In 1850 she married Heinrich Heinig and came to America in 1883 with her sons. Her husband had died 4 yrs. earlier, and of their 5 children, 3 are still living, including one daughter still in Germany. The surviving sons are Friedrich in Manitowoc, and Louis in Cleveland. The funeral took place Sun. and Capt. Albers delivered a moving funeral oration.


HEINRECHS, FRIEDRICKE Name: Heinrechs, Friedricke (sic) D.: 4/26/1876 B.: 4/13/1826 Reg. D.: 12/27/1876 Sex: M/W Age at Death: B.P.: Hohen Bolbentin, Pommern. D.P.: Tn. T.R. Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. C. Jaeger Spouse: F.: M.: Cause of Death: Pg. #: 215


HEINS, DAU. OF ALVIN A little daughter, only a few days old, in the family of Alvin Heins in Kiel died last week. Der Nord Westen, 11 Mar. 1909


HEINS, MRS. WILLIAM (ELIZABETH) Death beckoned another early settler to the eternal heritage Monday when at the home of her son on the Rapids road, Mrs. William Hines(sic) passed from earth. Decedent had been ill scarcely a week and at no time was her condition considered serious. Rheumatism of the heart is given as the cause of death. Mrs. Hines was 65 years of age and had been a resident of Manitowoc County for more than 40 years. She was born in Marlborough, Germany in 1835 and came to America when young in life. Her husband died some years ago and the only surviving relatives are five children, three sons and two daughters. She was a woman held in high esteem by all her friends and acquaintances and was well known in the city. Funeral arrangements have not been made. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, December 04, 1900, Page 1 ********* Death Mon. of 65-yr. old Mrs. William Heins in the home of her son on Rapids Road, of old age debility. She was born in Germany and came to America as a child, living in our county for 50 yrs. She is survived by 5 children. Der Nord Westen, 06 Dec. 1900 ********* (Elizabeth Hine/d. Dec. 3, 1900/co. death index v. 6 p.344) Also have a Wilhelm Hein in cem. X


HEISER, MAGDALINE MRS. NICHOLAS HEISER OF COOPERSTOWN DIES Mrs. Nicholas Heiser of Cooperstown died last Sunday morning after an illness of five weeks duration, pernieus anemia being the cause of her demise. Mrs. Heiser, whose maiden name was Magdaline Miller, was 57 years of age and was born and lived up to the time of her marriage, Jan. 19, 1904, at Gibson. She leaves her husband and four children, Archibald, Leo, Mabel and Margaret, besides her mother, Mrs. Magdaline Miller, two sisters, Mrs. John Kiefer of Two Rivers and Mrs. Alfred Roeckel of Luxemburg and four brothers, John and Nick of Luxemburg and Matt and James of Cooperstown. The funeral was held Wednesday morning from St. James Catholic church where a solemn high mass was read by the Rev. A.G. Dusold. Among those from away who attended the funeral (sic) were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Miller and son Peter, Mr. and Mrs. John Weller, Mrs. Susan Miller and Miss Margaret Miller of Random Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Geimer, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Geimer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, and J. Geimer of Two Rivers; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Roeckel, George Roeckel, and M. Kont of Luxemburg; Miss Emma Heiser, Frank Heiser and Anton Lang of Milwuakee; Mrs. Mary Duckert of Minneapolis: Mrs. A Wegner of Kent, Wis., Mrs. Irene Van Rextel of Aniwa and Mr. and Mrs. Will Kautza of Valders. Manitowoc Herald News, Saturday, May 22, 1920 P. 8 ******* (1920 Gibson twp. census: Nickolas Heiser age 45; Lena age 36; Archibald age 14; Leo age 9; Mabel age 4 3/12) (Note: Probably should be in St. James cemetery, Cooperstown as Archie and Leo are there, but there is no stone for Magdaline)


HELGESON, GLADYS From Der Nord Westen, 21 Nov. 1907: 6-year old Gladys Helgeson, daughter of Martin Helgeson here, died Sunday of diphtheria. The body was taken to Valders and buried there.


HELGESON, MRS. G. Eaton news: The death of Mrs. G. Helgeson was sudden and very sad. She was yet in the prime of life, a loving mother and devoted wife. She leaves a sorrowing husband and six little children to mourn her loss. The long line of carriages that followed to her last resting place was evidence of the deep regard of her many friends. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, August 11, 1885 P.3 ******* (Note: 1880 Liberty twp. census: Gunder Helgerson age 30; wife Mary age 36; Martin age 7; Bertina age 6; Henry age 4; Emma age 2) (There is a Marit Helgesen in #41 who died in July 1885.)


HELWIG, CHRIST F. WM. From Der Nord Westen, 04 Apr. 1878: Death of Chr. Helwig on 27 Mar. at 5pm in Branch. He was the father of Mr. Carl Helwig and of Mrs. Wm. Brown. He was 75 years old and was laid to rest last Friday. ******************* Name: Helwig, Christ. F. Wm. D.: 3/26/1878 B.: 3/22/1802 Reg. D.: 12/27/1878 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 76 Yrs. 4 Da. B.P.: Germ. D.P.: Mtwc. Cem.: Mtwc. Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. F. A. O. Pieper Spouse: Johanne Helwig F.: M.: Cause of Death: Old age Pg. #: 275 ******** (From 1870 Manitowoc Rapids census: Carl Helvich age 37 farmer; Margaret age 23 housekeeper; Hanna Helvich age 66; Fred Helvich age 68/it's possible that the Christ F. Wm. Helwig in the obit is Fred on the census, the age matches) (Note: He's not in Evergreen, I checked with the cem. office)


HEMPEL, CHILD OF ERNST From Der Nord Westen, 29 Mar. 1900: The newest outbreak of diphtheria affects the family of Ernst Hempl whose house was placed under quarantine on Mon. ********* From Der Nord Westen, 05 Apr. 1900: Death yesterday morning of a child of Ernst Hempel of diphtheria and who was buried yesterday evening. ********* (1900 Apr 04/Hempel Paul J./co. death index v.6 p.239)


HEMPLEMAN, F. Sudden Death Yesterday Mr. F. Hempleman, an old gentleman who has lived in this village for a number of years, died very suddenly while on his way home from the chair factory, where he has been employed for some time past, to get his dinner. He had not got far from the factory when he began to feel very sick and faint, and so he sat down on the steps of Mr. Baetz's wagon shop, declaring that he could go no further, and asked Mr. Baetz to hitch up a horse and carry him home. Mr. Baetz started immediately to comply with the request, but before he could get around to the door of the shop with his horse and wagon, the men had died. The cause of his death, we understand, was heart disease. Mr. Hempleman, was a good citizen and an obliging neighbor, and his death will be mourned by other persons than those connected with his own household. Manitowoc Co. Chronicle (Two Rivers), June 22, 1875 ******** The funeral of F. Hempleman, who died so suddenly while on his way home to his dinner, last week was conducted under the auspices of the order of Odd Fellows, with all the ceremonies peculiar to that order. Manitowoc Co. Chronicle (Two Rivers), June 29 1875 ******** A Card We the undersigned, wish to express our sincere heartfelt thanks to the numerous friends who assisted at the funeral services of our husband and father, F. Hemplemann, and espesially (sic) to Messrs. Suettinger, Stoll, Hansen, and Wiemann, the Concordia Singing Society and Brothers of I.O.O.F. Mrs. Hemplemann Herman, Catherine, Bertha and Henry Hemplemann Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Webster Mr. and Mrs. F. Petzold Mr. And Mrs. P. Yost Two Rivers June 28, 1875 Manitowoc Co. Chronicle (Two Rivers), June 29 1875 (NOTE: On the 1870 Two Rivers census (Township) there is a Fred Hempeman age 50; Fredrica age 47; Herman age 16; Cathrine age 12; Bertha age 7; and Henry age 5.)


HEMPTON, WILLIAM From Der Nord Westen, 10 Mar. 1904: William Hempton, an 82-yr. old resident of Town Cato, died Thurs. last week of old age debility. A widow and several children survive.


HENDRICKSON, CHILD OF H. From Der Nord Westen, 02 Oct. 1902: A sickly 6-yr. old child of Mr. H. Hendrickson in Two Rivers, died Sun. of an internal hemorrhage. The child had suffered with asthma since age 2. ******** (1902 Sep 28/Hendrickson Gertrude/co. death index v.7 p.98)


HENIK, ANNA From Der Nord Westen, 16 Feb. 1905: Death in Kellnersville, following a long illness, of 40-yr. old Miss Anna Henik. She is survived by her mother, 3 brothers and 3 sisters. The funeral was held at the Catholic Cemetery in Kellnersville.


HENINGSON, JULIUS A Railroad Accident. Last night, about seven o'clock, while a freight train was switcing, another sad accident occurred. Some little boys were playing on the river bank near the railroad track, when the train backed, and one of them, Julius Heningson, about six years old, came under the wheels of a flat car. The train was immediately stopped, but at such an unfortunate time as to leave the car with one wheel resting on the hips of the boy. It is considered truly wonderful that he was not crushed to a jelly. It was impossible to relieve him from this terrible position until the train was again put in motion, when the wheel rolled from off his body. John Bacon immediately brought the little sufferer to his parents' home in the third ward. Doctor Pritchard was at once called, but it was too late, and the poor boy, continually saying "I wish I was dead," breathed his last just as the doctor arrived. Such accidents as these are apt to arouse the people, and cause them to demand some remedy for this. Railroads are important, but human lives are more precious. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, November 29, 1881 P. 1


HENNING, FRED JR. 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. FRED HENNING JR. Father lives in Newton. Fred was a single man about 23 years of age. He was on his way to Chicago to go into business and had in his possession $500. He lived here nearly all his life and was noted for his enterprising, go-ahead character. He leaves a sister her in town. (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, John Foucks, Herman Jacoby, Wenzel Hawlichek, P.C. Danahy, Raymond H. Hunt, 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


HENRICHS, AUGUST Mishicott news: Mr. August Henrichs, of the town of Two Rivers, died a few days since. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, October 16, 1883 p.2 ******* (1880 Two Rivers twp. census: August Hendricks age 29; wife Theresia age 25; William age 1; brother Christian age 12; brother William age 9; father Fred age 56; sister Willemina age 24; sister Augusta age 1) ******** Possible marriage: HENRICHS: August m: 9 June 1878 (co. mar. index v.4 p.130) to: Theresia Grimm


HENRICHS, FRIEDRICH Friedrich Henrichs died suddenly in the residence of his son-in-law Henry Casch in Two Rivers on 11 Dec. He was found dead in his bedroom lying backwards on the floor with his feet on the bed. A coroner's inquest determined that he died of a heart attack. The old gentleman left 7 children and 9 grandchildren. Der Nord Westen, 26 Dec. 1889


HERAN, CHARLES Name: Heran, Charles D.: 9/30/1878 B.: Reg. D.: 12/28/1878 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 13 Mo. B.P.: D.P.: Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. Jos. Maly Spouse: F.: John Heren M.: Barbara Heren Cause of Death: Add Info.: Farmer's boy Pg. #: v.1 p.290 ********* (NOTE: Parents are in #36)


HERGE, CATHERINE From Der Nord Westen, 20 Feb. 1908: At the home of her daughter, Mrs. Nic Weber in Two Rivers, Mrs. Catherine Herge, died Sunday at age 77. 2 children survive.


HERLOFSEN, ISAAC Name: Herlofsen, Isaac D.: 7/24/1864 B.: Reg. D.: 7/25/1864 Sex: M Age at Death: B.P.: D.P.: Mtwc. Co. Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: John P. Johnson, Mtw. Rpd Spouse: F.: M.: Cause of Death: Drownded Pg. #: v.1 p.2


HERLAUN, MR. Kellnersville news: On Sunday an old man named Herlaun was buried at this place. Of late he received a little aid from the town of Franklin, but he always tried to earn his own living. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, October 7, 1884 P.1 ********* (This surname is not on the 1880 census.)


HERMANN, DAU. CHR. From Der Nord Westen, 07 Jan. 1892: Death on Thurs. of last week of the 2 yr. old little daughter of Mr. Chr. Hermann of Branch. The burial was Sat. in the cemetery near Peter Reiff's.


HERMANN, SON OF FRANK The little son of Frank Hermann of Two Rivers died last Saturday. Der Nord Westen, 17 Jan. 1884 ******* (Sat. was Jan. 12, 1884)


HERMANN, RICHARD A 12-yr. old son of Mr. Zingsheim found a child’s hat floating in the water on railroad property and brought it to his mother who contacted the neighbors. A search was begun which found the drowned body of little 2-yr 2-mo. Richard Hermann, son of Benedict Hermann. No one was witness to what had happened. The family lives nearby. Der Nord Westen, 09 Aug. 1894 ******** (1894 Aug 08 Herman Richard co. death index v.4 p.264/ 1894 Aug 08 Hermann Richard Max co. death index v.4 p.227/ These are probably the child in the news article and because of the different spelling has been given two separate entries on the death index/there is a Ben Herman in cem. #43) ********* Richard Herman Wisconsin, Death Records Name Richard Herman Event Type Death Event Date 1894 Event Place Manitowoc County, Wisconsin Gender Male Age 2 Race W Birth Year (Estimated) 1892 Birthplace Manitowoc, Wis. Cemetery Evergreen Cemetery Father’s Name Benedict Herman ********* Richard Herman Wisconsin Deaths and Burials Name Richard Herman Gender Male Death Date 08 Aug 1894 Death Place Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin Age 2 Birth Date 1892 Birthplace Manitowoc, Wis. Race White Father's Name Benedict Herman


HERMES, MARY Death in Chicago on Fri. of Mrs. Mary Hermes, wife of Daniel J. Hermes there. The deceased had been born in Two Rivers but moved to Chicago with her husband in 1889. Her casket was brought to Two Rivers and buried there Mon. Der Nord Westen, 14 Feb. 1901 ******** In the same coffin, the babe upon the breast of its mother, Mrs. D.G. Hernes(sic) and the child for whom she gave her life, were buried at Two Rivers Monday, services being held from the Congregational church. Mrs. Hernes was formerly a resident of Two Rivers, having been born in that city, and was for years a teacher in the public school. Her maiden name was Mary Scott, and many Manitowoc friends remembered her. A few years ago she was married to D.G. Hernes and since that time the family resided in Chicago, where her death occurred. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, February 12, 1901, p.1 ******** Mary E Hermes Illinois, Cook County Deaths Name Mary E Hermes Event Type Death Event Date 08 Feb 1901 Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States Gender Female Age 35 Marital Status Married Race White Occupation none Birth Year (Estimated) 1866 Birthplace , , Wisconsin Burial Date 09 Feb 1901 Burial Place Two Rivers, , Wisconsin Source Reference 7412


HERRMANN, LUDOVIC Name: Herrmann, Ludovic D.: 12/28/1877 B.: 7/26/1877 Reg. D.: 12/31/1877 Sex: M/W Age at Death: B.P.: D.P.: Kossuth Cem.: Kossuth Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. Jos. Maly Spouse: F.: M.: Gertrud Herrmann Cause of Death: Add Inf.: Farmer Pg. #: v.1 p.252


HERRMANN, SON OF WILLIAM From Der Nord Westen, 07 May 1891: Death on Fri. of the 14 mo. old son of Mr. William Herrmann, resident on Hamilton Street in the 3rd Ward. The burial took place Sun. afternoon in the Catholic Cemetery. (Death was Fri. 1 May 1891/Hermann, Richard S Death May 01 1891/ from the state microfiche deaths)


HERZOG, MARY Mrs. Mary M. Herzog, wife of William Herzog, died at her home at 2 o'clock this morning. She was 37 Years of age and had been a sufferer. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Friday, January 26, 1900, Page 3 ********* Death Fri. of 37-yr. old Mrs. Mary Herzog, wife of Wilhelm Herzog, of consumption. Her funeral was held Sun. afternoon at the city cemetery. Der Nord Westen, 01 Feb. 1900 ********* (Note: Should be in #44 Evergreen. The Evergreen cemetery office has no record of her)


HESSEL, LOUISE Name: Hessel, Louise D.: 7/20/1876 B.: Reg. D.: 12/27/1876 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 4 Mo. 19 Da. B.P.: D.P.: Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. F. Pieper Spouse: F.: M.: Cause of Death: Summer Complaint Pg. #: v.1 p.211


HETTICK, MR. (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 22 Jan.) There was a sudden death here last week as Mr. Hettick was on his way to Mass, as he did every morning, and fell to the ground dead from a heart attack. Der Nord Westen, 25 Jan. 1900


HETZEL, CHRISTOPH From Der Nord Westen, 13 Sep. 1900: Death Fri. in Centerville of 83-yr. old Christoph Hetzel. The deceased, who was a native of the Rhineland, came to Manitowoc County in 1853. He is survived by his widow and 6 children. The funeral was held Sun. at the Lutheran Cemetery. (Hetzel surname is only in #14 in Centerville twp.)


HETZEL, MRS. JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 26 Sep. 1901: Death in Centerville last week of Mrs. John Hetzel at an advanced age. She is survived by several grown children.


HEWITT, W.H. From Der Nord Westen, 25 Aug. 1904: The body of W.H. Hewitt, who drowned in Riggins, Idaho, on May 13, arrived here Sat. and from here was taken to Cooperstown for a Sun. burial.


HICKEY, MARY Died Mrs. John Hickey of Maple Grove, died on Thursday of last week. For many years she had been an invalid and for the past few months was confined to her bed. She bore her suffering with remarkable fortitude. When her friends visited her, they were surprised at the cheerful tone of her conversation and the calm resignation with which she accepted her faith. The remains were at Maple Grove Sunday. The Brillion branch of the Catholic Knights of Wisconsin attended the funeral in a body. Mr. Hickey was a member of that branch. Mrs. Hickey was a woman of noble, sterling character and a kindly, sympathetic nature and a considerate mother, who was determined that her children should have all the education conditions afforded. She was a warm, faithful friend and well deserved the simple tribute paid her by Rev. Father when he said the presence of the Knights was an indication of a well spent life. Afflicted husband and children grieve if you must over the absence of your loved one, but let not your tears be bitter and hopeless. Place a firm trust in the bright future where suffering is unknown and in which she had such implicit faith and resign the object of your long and loving care to Him, who said, "I am the Resurrection and the Life." Brillion News, Fri., Oct. 6, 1896 ********** (1880 Maple Grove census: John Hickey 39; wife Mary 34; James 13; Mariann 11; Kathrin 10; Ellen 8; Daniel 6; John 5; Theresa 2; Dennis 4) (There are two Hickey families in Maple Grove twp. one wife is Mary, the other is Mariann. There are 2 Hickey children in cemetery 51 and they are children of Mary but it appears they are the children of Mariann) I don't show the Mary who married John in any cemetery) ********* Wisconsin, Death Records Name Mary Hickey Event Type Death Event Date 1896 Event Place Maple Grove, Manitowoc, Wisconsin Gender Female Age 51 Race W Occupation Housewife Birth Date 14 Apr 1845 Birth Year (Estimated) 1845 Birthplace Boston, Mass. Burial Place Maple Grove, Manitowoc, Wis. Cemetery Maple Grove Cemetery Father's Name John Fielding Mother's Name Fielding Spouse's Name John Hickey


HICKEY, THOMAS Thomas Hickey, a young and vigorous man, died Tuesday morning in the home of his father-in-law in Reedsville from an attack of diphtheria which he came down with on Sunday. He was an insurance agent, 30 years of age, who leaves his wife and 2 children. Der Nord Westen, 05 July 1906 ******** Thomas Hickey, son of John Hickey of this city, aged 25 yrs, died at Reedsville last Tuesday of diphtheria. He was in our city last Saturday apparently enjoying good health. Sunday he was taken ill. The body was interred at Reedsville Wednesday. As diphtheria is a contagious disease no public funeral was held. Decedent was a highly respected man and is survived by a wife and two children. Brillion News, July 6, 1906


HIERMANN, BARBARA From Der Nord Westen, 15 Aug. 1895: (From the correspondent in Centerville, 14 Aug.) Death Sun. morning of 84 yr. old Barbara Hiermann, a single lady. Burial was yesterday in the Catholic Cemetery.


HIGGINS, JOHN John Higgens was stabbed in the heart on 8th st. by James Gammel. Manitowoc Herald, Oct. 17, 1857


HILL, CHILD OF JAMES From Der Nord Westen, 13 Aug. 1908: A small child in the James Hill family here was found dead in bed by her mother Sunday morning. Somehow the child had rolled over onto its face during the night and was smothered.


HILLS BENEDIKT Benedict Hills while threshing at some neighbors' in the Town of Newton, accidentally came too near the machine, which caught his right leg below the knee and mangled it in a horrible manner. It is thought that it will have to be amputated. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, October 25, 1881 P. 1 ******* Benedikt Hills of Newton died in St. Marien Hospital where he has been since an accident working with a threshing machine. Der Nord Westen, 2 Feb. 1882 ******* Benedict Hills, who was hurt by a threshing machine last fall, as mention in the Times, died last Wednesday and was buried Friday. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 7, 1882 P.1 ******* Order for Proof of Will. No. 21 First publication April 3, 1883. STATE OF WISCONSIN, COUNTY OF MANITOWOC, ss. Probate Office, Manitowoc, March 27th, A.D. 1883. In the matter of the proof and probate of the last will and testament of Benedict Hills, deceased, late of the county of Manitowoc. Whereas, an instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of Benedict Hills, deceased, late of the County of Manitowoc, has been filed in this office; and whereas application has been made by Christene Hills, widow of said deceased, and praying that the same be proven and admitted to Probate according to the laws of this State, and that letters testamentary be issued thereon as provided by law. Therefore, it is ordered that said application be heard before me at the Probate Office in Manitowoc, in said County, on Tuesday, the 24th day of March A.D. 1883, at 10 o'clock, A.M. And it is further ordered, that notice shall be given to all persons interested in said will, of the time and place of said hearing, by publication in the Lake Shore Times, a newspaper printed in said county, for three successive weeks, once each week, prior to the time of such hearing. By the Court. R.D. Smart, County Judge Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, April 3, 1883 P. 4 ********* (From co. death index: Benedict Hills d. Feb. 1, 1882 (v.3 p.158)


HILLS, CHRIST. A Sad Accident. Christ. Hills, of Nordheim, who went to the Michigan lumber woods about three weeks ago, was killed on the 20th, inst., by a tree falling upon him. Three of his fellow workmen were also hurt, but not fatally. He was twenty one years of age. He is a brother of the young man who had his leg terribly mangled in a threshing machine last fall. The body of the deceased was brought here last Friday; the funeral took place on Sunday. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, December 27, 1881 P. 1 ******* From 1880 Newton twp. census: Joseph Hills age 52; wife Maria age 45; Jane age 24; Christ age 19; Albert age 7; Hilmore age 4/12 mo.


HILLS, JOSEPH Joseph Hills, the Newton farmer who was reported in last weeks Times to be suffering from hydrophobia, died from that disease, Monday. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, December 8, 1885 P.4


HINES, MRS. WILLIAM Death beckoned another early settler to the eternal heritage Monday when at the home of her son on the Rapids road, Mrs. William Hines passed from earth. Decedent had been ill scarcely a week and at no time was her condition considered serious. Rheumatism of the heart is given as the cause of death. Mrs. Hines was 65 years of age and had been a resident of Manitowoc County for more than 40 years. She was born in Marlborough, Germany in 1835 and came to America when young in life. Her husband died some years ago and the only surviving relatives are five children, three sons and two daughters. She was a woman held in high esteem by all her friends and acquaintances and was well known in the city. Funeral arrangements have not been made. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, December 04, 1900, Page 1 ********* From Der Nord Westen, 06 Dec. 1900: Death Mon. of 65-yr. old Mrs. William Heins in the home of her son on Rapids Road, of old age debility. She was born in Germany and came to America as a child, living in our county for 50 yrs. She is survived by 5 children.


HINTZ, CAROLINA Mrs. Carolina Hintz, an aged woman, died at the home of her daughter, Miss Augusta Hintz, 420 N. Ninth street, Sunday and the funeral will be held Thursday afternoon from the late home. Mrs. Hintz, who was born in Germany 67 years ago, had been ill only one week. She had made her home in Kewaunee county until recently when she came here. During the past year two daughters and her son-in-law have died. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, November 16, 1915, Page 3 ********* ZANDER News: The funeral of the late Mrs. Fred Hintz Sr., took place from the Lutheran Evangelical church at this place Thursday afternoon. Interment at the adjoining cemetery. The deceased was about seventy years of age and resided on a farm about two miles northeast of Zander. Mrs. Hintz has been ailing for many years being a sufferer of cancer. She breathed her last at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Engel’s at Manitowoc. She is survived by six daughters, four of whom are dead, and four sons namely: Fred, Albert, Charles and William all of this place. May her soul rest in peace. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Saturday, November 20, 1915, Page 4


HINTZ, CHILD OF CHARLES From Der Nord Westen, 28 Dec. 1905: When Mrs. Charles Hintz in Reedsville awakened Thurs., she made the terrible discovery that the suckling baby in her arms was dead. The child had been awake in the middle of the night and appeared to be well. Medical examination indicates that death was from convulsions. (Note: There is a Charles Hintz in cem. #50) (1905 Dec 21..Thursday Hinz Margaret co. death index v.7 p.399)


HINZ, MARIA LOUISE Name: Hinz, Maria Louise D.: 8/11/1878 B.: 11/2/1877 Reg. D.: 8/30/1878 Sex: F/W Age at Death: 9 Mo. 9 Da. B.P.: Tn. Centreville D.P.: Cem.: Centreville Ch.: Inf. & Address: Spouse: F.: Heinrich Hinz M.: Maria Hinz Cause of Death: Sumer Complains Pg. #: v.1 p.258


HIRSCHFELDT, CHRISTINA Clarks Mills news: Order for Proof of Will (First Publication Feb. 24, 1885.) STATE OF WISCONSIN, MANITOWOC COUNTY Probate Office, Manitowoc, February 20th A.d. 1885. In the matter of the proof and Probate of the last will and testament of Christina Hirschfeldt, deceased, late of the county of Manitowoc. Whereas an instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of Christina Hirschfeldt deceased, late of the County of Manitowoc has been filed in this office; and whereas application has been made by Erwin Hirschfeldt who is named in said will as the executor thereof praying that the same be proven and admitted to Probate according to the laws of this State, and that letters testamentry be issued thereon as provided by law. Therefore it is ordered; that said applilcation be heard before me at the Probate Office in the city of Manitowoc, in said County, on Tuesday, the 24th day of March A.D. 1885 at ten o'clock, A.M. And it is futher ordered, that notice shall be given to all persons interested in said will, of the time and place of said hearing, by publication in the Lake Shore Times, a newspaper printed in said county, for three successive weeks, once each week prior to the time of such hearing. By the Court, R.D. Smart, County Judge Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 24, 1885 P.1


HLAVACHEK, ANNA From Der Nord Westen, 04 Jan. 1900: Death in Maple Grove on Tues. of Mrs. Anna Hlavachek. The deceased, who was 26, leaves her husband and two children.


HLAVACHEK, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 03 Dec. 1908: Death Friday in Denver, Colorado, of 37-year old John Hlavachek of consumption. He formerly resided in Reedsville but had gone to Denver three years ago for reasons of health. He is survived by his widow.


HOAG, BARTINE C. Bartine C. Hoag died son of William and Gertrude Hoag. Manitowoc Herald, 29 Sep 1859 ***** In the village on Friday night, the 23d inst., Bartine C. son of Wm. C. and Gertrude Hoag, aged 13 months. The Manitowoc Pilot, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, September 30, 1859 P. 3 ******** (Note: From 1860 Manitowoc Ward 2 fed. census: Wm. Hoag 37, Gertrude 35, children: Matilda C. 7, Ellen C. 3, Floyd 2/12/ the child in the obit had already died.)


HODEK, JOHN Death in Cooperstown of 72-yr. old John Hodek. Arrangements are not yet known. Der Nord Westen, 23 May 1901


HODEK, MRS. Mishicott Melange: Mrs. Hodek of Gibson died a few days since. She was seventy-two years of age. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times Tuesday, January 2, 1883 pg. 1 ******** (1880 Manitowoc, Gibson Census Anton age 29; wife Anna age 24; Wenzel age 4; Joseph age 2mos.; father Joseph age 60; mother Rosalie age 61) (Note: This may be Rosalie even though the age is incorrect.)


HOEFERT, CHILD OF EMIL From Der Nord Westen, 03, Sept. 1891: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 31 Aug.) Death of a child of night policeman Emil Hoefert, to child cholera. Burial was last Sun. in the Catholic Cemetery.


HOEFERT, CHILD OF EMIL From Der Nord Westen, 08 Jan. 1903: A small child of Emil Hoefert died last week and was buried 30 Dec. (1902 Dec 28 Hoefert Roman co. death index v.7 p.141) (Note: Roman is in #89B)


HOFFMAN, ANTON 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… Anton Hoffman, Nov. 10, 1918, age 64, of Paresis; Manitowoc Herald News, December 26, 1919 P. 6


HOFFMAN, ELIZA Eliza Hoffman, eldest daughter of John and Mary Riede died at Antigo of consumption, Nov. 1st., aged 21 years. Her remains were taken to her old home in Mishicott for interment. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, November 16, 1886 P.3


HOFFMAN, ROLAND ROLAND HOFFMAN, MISSING SINCE TUESDAY, FOUND DEAD IN RIVER AT TISCH MILLS AGED MAN BELIEVED TO HAVE WALKED FROM THIS CITY TO VISIT GRAVE OF WIFE BURIED THERE THEN COMMITTED SUICIDE IN THE RIVER AT THAT PLACE LAST NIGHT REACHED TISCH MILLS THURSDAY BUT DECLINED TO STAY WITH FRIENDS Mystery of the disappearance of Roland Hoffman, an aged North side man who has been missing since Tuesday, when he left the home of his daughter here, was cleared up today when his dead body was found in the river at Tisch Mills. Circumstances point to suicide. According to reports from Tisch Mills Mr. Hoffman reached there on Thursday and the fact that it was two days after his disappearance before he arrived at Tisch Mills would indicate that he had probably attempted to walk the distance. He had no relatives in the village, but is said to have called upon two or three of his old neighbors though he is said to have refused invitations to remain with them. He had spent but a short time in the village when he disappeared and friends presumed that he had returned to this city where he had made his home the past few years. Early today people visiting the river found the dead body in the water, and it was recovered. Mr. Hoffman's body was found on the Kewaunee side of the river and the body was turned over to the coroner of that county. The river divides Manitowoc and Kewaunee counties and the aged man had crossed to the Kewaunee side. Although relatives here had suspected that Mr. Hoffman would visit Tisch Mills, inquiries there Thursday brought no information and the message today that the body had been found in that village was a surprise. Mr. Hoffman's wife is buried in the village cemetery at Tisch Mills and it is possible that the aged man, determined to end his life, set out to visit the grave of his dead wife and end life near her and midst the scenes of his early life. Report of the disappearance of Mr. Hoffman was published several days ago and relatives have been conducting a search for him. When he disappeared, Mr. Hoffman donned his best suit of clothing and carried his prayer book with him and the latter fact had been commented upon as he had not been at church. The dead man was 75 years of age and for several years had made his home here. He was in good health and no reason can be ascribed for his act, though it is believed that his mind was unbalanced. Mr. Hoffman is survived by a daughter in this city, Mrs. Adolph Schwartz, 524 North Ninth street, one daughter at Milwaukee, Mrs. John Zink and a son, Joseph, residing in the town of Franklin. One brother, residing at Coleman also survives. A report from Tisch Mills says that it is not probable that an inquest will be held. The body will be turned over to relatives and will be buried at Tisch Mills by the side of his wife. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Saturday, November 06, 1915, Page 1


HOFFMANN, CHILD OF CHARLES From Der Nord Westen, 07 Sep. 1905: Last week child cholera took the life of a small child of Charles Hoffmann in Two Rivers. The funeral was held Saturday. (1905 Sep 01 Hoffmann Margaret co. death index v.7 p.379) ******* Magaret Hoffman birth: 1905 Two Rivers death: 1 September 1905 Two Rivers, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin residence: 1905 Two Rivers father: Charles Hoffman mother: Margaret Dietz Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 ******* (1900 Two Rivers census: Chas Hoffman age 37; Maggie age 32; Armila age 9; Herbert age 7; Seselia age 6; Catherine Dietz mother in law age 73 (1910 Two Rivers census: Charles Hoffman age 48; Margritte age 42; Armella age 19; Herbert age 17; Cecilia age 16; Aloys?? son age 8; Thresa age 6; Charles age 3; B?oden(?) son 2/12)


HOFFMANN, DAU. OF CHAS. From Der Nord Westen, 14 May 1908: A 3-month old little daughter of Chas. Hoffmann in Two Rivers died last week and was buried Saturday morning.


HOFFMANN, MARY From Der Nord Westen, 18 Oct. 1900: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 16 Oct.) Death last Thurs. of a 5-mo. old child of John Hoffmann, who lives near here, of "summer sickness" (Sommerkrankheit). The little body was laid to rest on Sat. from the Catholic Church. (Death was Thurs. 11 Oct./Possible child: d. Oct 11 Hoffmann Mary co. death index v.6 p.306) ******* Mary Hoffman Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 birth: 30 April 1900 Mishicott, Wis. death: 11 October 1900 Mishicot, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin burial: Mishicott residence: 1900 Mishicott father: John Hoffman mother: Ida


HOFFMANN, J. From Der Nord Westen, 1 Oct. 1874: Death of J. Hoffmann, age 99, in Mishicott.


HOFFMANN, MATHILDE From Der Nord Westen, 10 Jan. 1889: Death of 6-yr. old Mathilde Hoffmann in Milwaukee a few days ago. She was the daughter of butcher Fritz Hoffmann, formerly of Manitowoc, but now living in Milwaukee. The body was brought here and buried on Tues. in the Catholic Cemetery. (should be in #43


HOGAN, JOHN Death of John Hogan on last Thurs. in Cooperstown. The old settler of that town was buried on Fri. Der Nord Westen, 16 May 1889


HOGAN, MARTIN A MAN KILLED - An old resident of Cooperstown named Martin Hogan was killed by his brother John Hogan last Thursday in the most brutal manner conceivable. It seems a difficulty about some land had existed for years between the brothers, and Martin had finally engaged a surveyer, Mr. Fayette Armsby of this place, to run the lines for the purpoose of ascertaining just what was right in the matter. On Thursday, at 2 p.m this was in progress, and both families were present. John's wife manifested a great deal of bad feeling towards Martin. Mr. Armsby, who was a little way in advance, heard the first blow that was struck, and turned around to see what the matter was, when a sight which must have chilled his blood met his gaze. Martin was reeling towards him with his head all cut open from the blow of an axe and John was running beside him striking as fast as he could, which con- tinued until Martin fell. John then instantly turned around to attack one of the men who had been carrying the chain, but the man darted away pursued by the assassin and for some time the chances were against the man who was pursued, but being young and strong he finally gained on the other and reached his home in safety, while John took to the woods and escaped. On going to the injured man Mr. Armsby found him in terrible condition; his eyes were chopped out and he appeared to by dying. Leaving him on the ground he ran for help, which he prcured and carried the man, who had revived a little during his absence, to his home where he died Saturday morning. John Hogan is a man of medium age and height has black hair and stoops a little; wears the appearance of a man who has worked hard, as he undoubtedly has. His action is a surprise and a mystery to his friends and acquaintances here. He has not yet been arrested. Manitowoc Tribune, Thursday, May 28, 1868 p.4 Chilton Times May 30, 1868 ******* ARREST OF HOGAN, THE MURDERER From information received last Sunday by ex-Sheriff Geo. S. Glover and Mr. Crowley, of the Pilot, they became convinced that John Hogan, who murdered his brother, Martin, in Cooperstown on the 21st. of last May, was still lurking in the vicinity where the tragedy was committed. These two gentlemen determined, if possible to apprehend Hogan, and accordingly they left here quietly on Sunday evening and took the road to Cooperstown. Aftr traveling about eighteen miles, they tied their horses in the woods and proceeded on foot, a distance of two miles, to Hogan's residence. Mr. Glover, whose experience and aptitude as a detective officer gave him the lead in the affair, deserves great credit for the shrewd and mastely manner in which he conducted operations. Messrs. Glover and Crowley reached Hogan's place about midnight, and a little skillful reconnoitering soon convinced them that the bird they were in search of was inside of the house. When they became satisfied of this fact they boldly entered the house, where they found Hogan lying on a bed, and arrested him. But a few mnutes before this he had come in from the woods to take a sleeping spell, and, although much chagrined at his arrest, he acted coolly and calmly, and came along with his captors very gracefully. He was delivered over to the Sheriff on Monday morning, and is now in jail. Since the murder, Hogan has visited Green Bay, Depere and Kewaunee. He is very penitent for the rash act, and disclaims any premeditation in committing it. Manitowoc Pilot (no date) ******* (Note: Both Martin and John are on the 1860 Cooperstown census living in separate households near each other on p. 159: Martin age 27 with wife Mary age 20 John age 24 with wife Mary age 30 and children Thomas age 8; Bridget age 7; Mary age 4; and John age 2.


HOLDORF, ANNA Anna Luise Wilhelmine, daughter of married couple Karl Holdorf & Wilhelmine nee Gruetzmacher, born 22 Jan 1865, died 16 October 1865 (fungus), buried 18 October, with church rites. (From the Trinity Lutheran church records, Liberty twp.) (Her parents are both in #40)


HOLDORF, FRANK From Der Nord Westen, 26 Mar. 1903: Frank Holdorf, well-known farmer residing in Town Liberty, committed suicide Thurs. last week by ingesting Paris green. His children found his body in the farm's barn, and the container in which the poison was mixed was near the body. The coroner's jury gave a verdict of suicide. (Possibly in #40)


HOLLENBECK, JOHN From the Manitowoc Herald, 13 Jan 1859: John Hollenbeck died, his father in law is Gustavus Kidder.


HOLLENBECK, WM. Branch news: Died at this residence, on Feb. 13th of consumption, Wm. Hollenbeck aged about sixty five years. Deceased leaves a wife and four grown up children. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 23, 1886 P.2


HOLLERSON ELLEN From Der Nord Westen, 5 Apr. 1883: Mrs. Ellen Hollerson, age 93, died about midnight last Fri. in Kossuth. She was born in England and came with her husband many years ago to American. She leaves a large family here and in New England and in the West. Burial took place 2 Apr. in the City cemetery.


HOLSCHBACH, ARNOLD Arnold, the seven months old babe of Mr. and Mrs. A. Holschbach, died Sunday evening of infantile disorders. The funeral was held yesterday. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, October 19, 1898 P. 4 (Possible child: 1898 Oct 16 Holschbach Arnold co. death index v.6 p.100)


HOLSCHBACH, CHILD OF JOSEPH From Der Nord Westen, 13 Sep. 1900: Death a few days ago of a month-old child of Joseph Holschbach in Manitowoc Rapids. (Possible child: 1900 Sep 05 Holchbach Mary Theresia co. death index v.6 p.278)


HOLTJA, LOUISE Death claimed the life of 70-yr. old Mrs. Louise Holtja of Neshoto on Sat. She came to Manitowoc Fri. noon to spend Christmas with the family of her daughter who lives here, Mrs. Walter Houghton. On Sat. morning Mrs. Houghton and her aunt, Mrs. Jerkens of Two Rivers, also staying with them for the holidays, started to prepare breakfast. When it was ready they awakened Mrs. Holtja and as she started down the stairs she missed a step and fell to the bottom cracking her skull. The doctor was called but nothing could be done as the lady had died a few minutes after her fall without regaining consciousness. She had been born in Germany in 1829 and came to America with her husband about 45 years ago. The family took a farm in Town Kossuth where they have lived ever since. Her husband died several years ago. Mrs. Holtja leaves 2 sons and 5 daughters. Her body was taken to Kossuth for burial. ******* Der Nord Westen, 28 Dec. 1899 ******** (1899 Dec 23 HOLTZE Louisa co. death index v.6 p.235)


HOLZBACH, ANNA From Der Nord Westen, 07 June 1900: Death of Miss Anna Holzbach on Tues. evening in the Cloister at Silver Lake of consumption, with which she fell ill last Dec. The deceased, whose family formerly lived here but now reside in Algoma, reached the age of 22. The burial will take place this morning. (May be Sr. M. Cyrian Holsbach in cemetery #46)


HOLZER, CARL From Der Nord Westen, 29 Mar. 1894: Death in Town Kossuth on Sat. of Carl Holzer, a man of about 40 yrs. who lived alone. Burial took place Tues. in Francis Creek.


HOLZER, CHILD OF T. From Der Nord Westen, 08 June 1905: A child of T.(sic) Holzer also died Tues. in St. Nazianz. The funeral was Thursday.


HORN, AUGUST Funeral card: August Horn Born August 27, 1902 Passed Away December 6, 1971 Deja & Martin Two Rivers, Wis.


HORN, MRS. WM. Mrs. Wm. Horn, a pioneer resident of Cato, died yesterday. She has been ill but a short time and her death was due to advanced age. She was ninty-one (sic) years of age and came to Cato in 1854. Several children survive her, her husband having died about 30 years ago. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, January 20, 1899 P. 1 ****** (Note: 1870 Cato twp. census: Bridget Horn age 60; William Horn age 15; Michell age 13; Cathrine age 17./William Horn would have died in 1869./ Neither is on the 1860 census)


HORN, VALLERIE Vallerie Horn, age 63, of 1421 S. 13th St., Manitowoc, died Sunday, September 12, 1999. A Memorial Visitation will be held from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday, September 15, 1999, at the Pfeffer Funeral Home, Manitowoc. She was born September 27, 1935, daughter of the late John and Loretta Augustine Horn. Survivors include three sons and daughters-in-law, William Jr. and Rosemarie Lutzke, Kellnersville, Steven and Wendy Lutzke, Manitowoc, Scott and Lisa Lutzke, Manitowoc; seven grandchildren; two step grandchildren; a very special friend, Robin Stock, Manitowoc; one brother and one sister; other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by one sister. The Pfeffer Funeral Home and Cremation Care Center, Manitowoc is assisting the family with arrangements. Herald Times Reporter, September 14, 1999 P. A2


HORSTMAN, BERTH ANNA F. Name: Horstman, Berth Anna F. D.: 8/12/1876 B.: Reg. D.: 12/27/1876 Sex: F/W Age at Death: 9 Mo. 2 Da. B.P.: D.P.: Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. F. Pieper Spouse: F.: M.: Cause of Death: Pg. #: v.1 213


HORSTMANN, HERMANN From Der Nord Westen, 18 Aug. 1881: Hermann Horstmann, the one year old son of Mr. Heinrich Horstmann died this morning.


HORSTREUTER, DAU. OF J. From Der Nord Westen, 23 Mar. 1905: A little daughter of Town Manitowoc Rapids resident J. Horstreuter died last week. (Probably should be Hastreiter)


HOUGEN, MRS. MICHAEL From Der Nord Westen, 15 Aug. 1901: Death Sun. in Town Newton of 74-yr. old Mrs. Michael Hougen. The deceased is survived by her sorrowing husband and 4 children.


HOULETZ, MARY Mrs. Mary Houletz, wife of Town Gibson farmer Steven Houletz, died Saturday in Holy Family Hospital here. The 30-year old lady is survived by her husband and 2 children. The body was taken to Gibson for burial. Der Nord Westen, 05 Mar. 1908


HRDINA, WENZEL Wenzel Hrdina, an old resident of Tisch Mills, died at the Holy Family Hospital, following an operation which he underwent in the hope of getting relief from intestinal trouble. The body was taken to the home at Tisch Mills. Born in Bohemia in 1860, Mr. Hrdina came to this country at the age of one year with his parents who settled at Tisch Mills. He was married in 1882 to Mary Zima who died a few years ago. He is survived by four children, Mrs. Peter Brouchoud of Two Rivers, Anton of the Town of Gibson, and Joseph and Adolph, both of Two Rivers. Manitowoc Pilot, Thurs., Oct. 15, 1915


HUBBARD, MRS. STEPHEN From the Manitowoc Herald, 22 Mar. 1860: Mrs. Stephen Hubbard burned to death in Franklin.


HUEBNER F.W. Death notice in Der Nord Westen, 2 June 1881 (possibly #89A)


HULEC, JOHN HULEC John Aug 21 1877 v.1 p.293 (Manitowoc co. index) HULEE John Aug 21 1871 v.3 p.20 (Manitowoc co. index) HEULER John Aug 21 1877 (state microfiche HALIC John Aug 21 1877 (state microfiche) John Hulee Wisconsin, Death Records Name John Hulee Event Type Death Event Date 1877 Event Place Kossuth, Manitowoc, Wisconsin Gender Male Age 68 Race white Occupation farmer Birth Year (Estimated) 1809 Birthplace Bohemia, Austria Burial Place Francis Creek Cemetery Cath. Cem. ********* John Heuler Wisconsin Death Index Name John Heuler Event Type Death Event Date 21 Aug 1877 Event Place Manitowoc, Wisconsin Page 0351 ******** John Halic Wisconsin Death Index Name John Halic Event Type Death Event Date 21 Aug 1877 Event Place Manitowoc, Wisconsin Page 0221 ******** Name: Hulec, John D.: 8/21/1877 B.: Reg. D.: 1/13/1879 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 68 Yrs. B.P.: Bohem D.P.: Kossuth Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. Ferd Stein Spouse: F.: M.: Cause of Death: Add Info.: Farm. Pg. #: v.1 p.293


HUMMEL BARBARA Mrs. Barbara Hummel died on November 5. She was the widow of the late John George Hummel who died in 1867. Mrs. Hummel was born in 1800 in Baden, her husband was born 30 May 1802. They came to America in 1846 and to Manitowoc in 1850 where they established a farm in Manitowoc Rapids. Her husband left her with two sons and six daughters, of which now only two daughters survive; Burial the following day was in the Lutheran Cemetery in Newton. Der Nord Westen, 16 Nov. 1882 ******** (Barbara Hummel/d. Nov. 8, 1882/co. death index v.3 p.52) ******** Barbara Hummel Wisconsin, Death Records Name Barbara Hummel Event Type Death Event Date 1882 Event Place Manitowoc Rapids, Manitowoc, Wisconsin Gender Female Age 82 Marital Status Married Race white Birth Date 08 Oct 1800 Birth Year (Estimated) 1800 Birthplace Germany Burial Place Newtonburg, Man. Co. Spouse's Name Johann G. Hummel ******* Barbara Hummel Wisconsin Death Index Name Barbara Hummel Event Type Death Event Date 08 Nov 1882 Event Place Manitowoc, Wisconsin Page 0389


HUNTER, JOHN Call Off Dragging for Body of Hunter Active dragging operations for the recovery of the body of John Hunter, 31, of 1597 S. 37th st., who drowned Saturday morning in Lake Michigan were discontinued Wednesday. The Coast Guard will, however, maintain a daily beach patrol, using its 30-foot utility boat. Various craft of the City of Manitowoc and Manitowoc County as well as of private individuals was used since the duck hunter was lost when his own boat capsized. Manitowoc Herald Times, Wednesday, November 12, 1958 P.1


HUSER, NO NAME GIVEN Killed, An Accident occurred in the town of Cooperstown, last Saturday, resulting in the almost instant death of a young man named Huser, a Bohemian, aged about 20 years. He and his brother were out hunting, and had sighted a bear. While waiting for a favorable opportunity to fire, the brother, who was standing on an old decayed log a few feet behind the unfortunate man, slipped and fell, the gun was discharged and the entire load went through the body of the victim, from the effects of which he died in an hour. Manitowoc Co. Chronicle, June 15, 1875


HUSSEY, JOHN A. DEATH OF JOHN A HUSSEY Kaukauna, Wis. Aug. 4 - John A. Hussey passed away early this morning at the age of forty years. He was found dead in bed by his brother, James, who went to call him. Last evening, he did not feel well and did not retire until a late hour. Mr. Hussey has been subject to nervous prostration and he has been ill for a long time, but it was thought that his illness was over and his friends considered it merely a question of time when he would recover fully. Mr. Hussey was a prominent lodge member belonging to the A.O.H., and the Catholic Knights. In the latter, he had $2000 insurance. He also had a number of offices. He was once principal of the Southside Public School and up to the time of his death was assistant city editor of the Kaukauna Sun. He leaves a wife and a daughter, who was visiting at Manitowoc at the time of his death. The remains will be taken to Cato, his former home, for burial. Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, Thurs., Aug. 4, 1892 page 1


NELLIE HUSSEY DIED:-Friday morning February 28, 1890 of peritonitis, Nellie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hussy (sic), aged 10 years. The death of Nellie or Flossie as she was familiarly called, falls with crushing weight on her father, mother and little sister. She was a bright, loving and lovable child, and brave as she was bright. Although she suffered greatly during her week's illness,-she bore her suffering uncomplainingly, patiently, disiring ing (sic) ever to cause no one any trouble, trying to comfort when she saw others grieved for her. She was a general favorite with her little friends and many are the expressions of regret the little ones have been over-heard to make. She had a most precocious intellect, and was at the head of her classes. At home she not only helped to brighten the home circle, but she read histories, many selections from the poets, and standard magazines. She was quite skillful at the piano also. Although Mr. and Mrs. Hussey, have the sympathy of all the friends, words are no consolation. Only time can bring comfort to hearts made desolate by the loss of their little daughter. The funeral took place from St. Mary's Church Sunday March 2, at two o'clock in the afternoon, and was largely attended. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Meagher of Milwaukee, James Egan of Ironwood, Mich. and many other friends of the family were present from abroad. The floral ornaments were numerous and very beautiful. When fair May flowers bloom again- Blush into life,-just come and go And roses waft their fragrance, then, A little mound now draped with snow, Will be rich garbed in emerald, And starred with daisies, snowy white, That lift their heads to greet the light With not a purer fairer grace Than rested on the winsome face Of the sweet bud which Nature claimed To make it a heavenly flower, And shall we murmer (sic)-do we know What wild, fierce worldly blastings blow And crush to earth this blossom sweet, Ere it had shown the perfect power It promised as a full blown flower. Hearts that have her sweetness known, You may claim her, all your own- Just a blossom sweet and pure That could not life long endure. If the small mound low at your feet, Marks a young life all incomplete,- Can we say why the brook forever flows Or wherefore the fleeting life of the rose Or guess the secrets cliffs have held? Cherish the mem'ry of the maid- 'Twill be an overseeing power. Earthly blossoms all change and fade But we held their fragrance ever, Something all to sweet to sever,- The essence of soul in flower. Manitowoc Pilot, Thursday, March 13, 1890 P. 3 ********* (From 1880 Manitowoc census: John Hussey age 27; wife Ellen 24; Blanche 1; Hellen 2/12) ********* This might possibly be the same child. The child is 10 years of age according to b/d dates Name Baby Hussy Event Type Death Event Date 1890 Event Place Kaukauna, Outagamie, Wisconsin Gender Female Age 10 Marital Status Unknown Race White Birth Year (Estimated) 1880 Burial Place Kaukauna Cemetery Catholic Cemetery Father's Name John A. Hussy "Wisconsin, Death Records, 1867-1907," database, FamilySearch


HUTCHINS, THOS. Mr. Thos. Hutchins, of Gibson, died last Monday Nov. 14th, 1881, at the age of 86 years. Deceased was father-in-law of Mr. E.N. Torrey, and an old and highly respected settler of this county. After a life of toil he rests in peaceful slumber. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, November 22, 1881 P. 1


HYNEK, JAMES From Der Nord Westen, 13 May 1909: 79-year old James Hynek, a resident of Town Franklin, died last week and was buried Sunday. He leaves one son. (Note: This is probably Jozef Hynek in cem. #26. Dates and age match)


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 ******** 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


IRONS, EDWARD Edward B. Irons, 65, of Rt. 1, Manitowoc, died Saturday at Memorial Hospital, Manitowoc. Masonic Memorial services by the Manitowoc Lodge No. 65, F&AM, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Schneider-Mittnacht Funeral Home, Manitowoc. Mr. Irons was born Aug. 14, 1906, at Mammaroneck, N.Y., son of the late Rev. Joseph and Catherine Irons. He served as director of purchasing at the Aluminum Specialty Co., Manitowoc, since 1952. He married Margaret Elizabeth Thomas Nov. 11, 1941, at Sheboygan Falls. He served in the U.S. Army from 1942 to 1945. Mr. Irons was past commander and chief of the Wisconsin Consistory, 32nd Degree. Survivors include his wife; three sisters-in-law, Mrs. Louis Irons of Bremerton, Wash., Mrs. Marie Irons of Dallas, Tex., and Mrs. Marge Irons of Greensboro, N.C.; five nephews and two nieces (Survivors omitted for privacy.) Friends may call at the funeral home after 6 p.m. Tuesday. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. August 16, 1971