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Name: Kabat, Constantin
D.: 12/21/1877
Reg. D.: 12/31/1877
Sex: M/W
Age at Death: Over 10 Yrs.
B.P.: Kossuth Mtw. Co.
D.P.: Kossuth Mtw. Co.
Cem.: Franklin
Inf. & Address: Rev. Jos. Maly
F.: John Kabat
M.: Mary Kabat
Cause of Death:
Pg. #: v.1 p.251

KABAT, FRANCIS Name: Kabat, Francis D.: 12/23/1877 B.: Reg. D.: 12/31/1877 Sex: M/W Age at Death: Nearly 6 Yrs. B.P.: Kossuth Mtw. Co. D.P.: Kossuth Mtw. Co. Cem.: Franklin Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. Jos. Maly Spouse: F.: John Kabat M.: Mary Kabat Cause of Death: Add Info.: Farmer Pg. #: v.1 p.251

KABAT, JOHN Name: Kabat, John D.: 12/17/1877 B.: Reg. D.: 12/31/1877 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 8 Yrs. B.P.: Kossuth Mtw. Co. D.P.: Kossuth Mtw. Co. Cem.: Franklin Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. Jos. Maly Spouse: F.: M.: Cause of Death: Pg. #: v.1 p.251 ************ Son of John and Mary Kabat/b. Kossuth/d. 17 Dec. 1877, Kossuth/age 8 yrs.

KABAT, MRS. JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 24 Dec. 1903: Death in Reedsville yesterday of Mrs. John Kabat following a long illness with cancer. The deceased, who was 64, leaves her husband and 2 children. The funeral will be held Monday.

KABOT, DAU. OF MIKE From Der Nord Westen, 05 Nov. 1908: A little daughter of Mike Kabot in Two Rivers died Thursday last week and was buried Friday.

KADLETZ, MRS. J. From Der Nord Westen, 31 Jan. 1901: Death of 84-yr. old Mrs. J. Kadletz in Branch with burial in the Catholic Cemetery at Reif's. She is survived by her sorrowing husband. ********* Anna Ocinashek Kadlitz birth: 1816 Bohemia death: 17 January 1901 Branch, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin burial: Reifs Mills, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin residence: 1901 Branch, Man. Co., Wis. spouse: Joseph Kadlitz Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968

KADOW, CHILD OF L. From Der Nord Westen, 12 Sept. 1889: Death yesterday of the 10 day old child of butcher L. Kadow. The funeral will take place today at 2 p.m. Possible child: (Death index: 1889 Sep 12 Kadow, Felix co. death index v.4 p.97) (birth record: Kadow, John F Birth Aug 30 1889 Reel: 119 Record: 33)

KADOW, DAUGHTER OF PAUL From Der Nord Westen, 12 July 1900: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kadow here are mourning the death of their 2-wk. old daughter.

KADOW JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 06 Jan. 1898: Of Town Kossuth on 26 Dec. of old age debility. He was 87 yrs. of age, born 1810 in Demin, Prussia, came with his family to America in 1858, settling in that town. He is survived by a widow and several grown children. His well attended funeral took place last Sun. at the cemetery near Herm. Boettcher. ******** John Kudow (sic) birth: 16 March 1811 Prussia death: 26 December 1897 Kossuth, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin burial: Kossuth residence: 1897 Kossuth, Manitowoc Co., Wis. spouse: Mary Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968

KADOW, SAMUEL From Der Nord Westen, 11 June 1908: Samuel Kadow died in the street Wednesday last week when kicked by his horse while on his way to the blacksmith. Mr. Kadow formerly had a business here but moved to a farm in Tisch Mills 24 years ago. He was 59 years of age and is survived by his widow, 5 children, and 2 brothers -Frank and Leon Kadow here. The funeral was held Saturday.

KAEMPF, PETER (27 May 1878/Aug 1969/SSDI) Peter Kaempf, 91, former Reedsville resident, died Tuesday afternoon at Holy Family Hospital, Manitowoc. Funeral services will be at 12 p.m. Thursday at Reedsville Funeral Home. The Rev. John Hering will officiate and burial will be in St. John and St. James Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery, Reedsville. Mr. Kaempf was born May 27, 1878, in Manitowoc County. He married Nellie Foehy in 1902 after which they resided at Rhinelander. She and his four children died in the 1920 flu epidemic. Mr. Kaempf returned to Manitowoc County in 1926 and was employed by Valders Lime and Stone Co. In 1960, he moved to Shady Lane Home, Manitowoc, in 1962 he moved to Park Lawn Home, Manitowoc. Friends may call after 6 o'clock this Wednesday evening at the funeral home. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, August 6, 1969 P. 18

KAEOVONGPHET, NOR Nor Kaeovongphet, age 81, of 1221 South 21st St., Manitowoc, died Thursday, Dec. 23, 1999, at Holy Family Memorial Medical Center. Funeral services will be held on Monday, Dec. 27, 1999, at the Jens Family Funeral Home & Crematory. His children and grandchildren will officiate the service. Nor was born Oct. 19, 1918, at China, son of the late Jauchoy and Gongseng Kaeovongphet. He was a member of the Lao Lue Association, and the Wat Bokeo. Survivors include his wife, Saeng Soy Kaeovongphet, Manitowoc; two daughters, Seng Choy Keovongphet, Seattle, Wash.; Layord Kaeobongphet, Manitowoc; one son Chanvong Kaeovongphet, Laos; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; brothers, sisters; nieces; nephews; other relatives and friends also survive. Relatives and friends may call at the Jens Family Funeral Home & Crematory on Monday, Dec. 27, 1999, from 9 a.m. until the services. Herald Times Reporter, December 26, 1999

KAHAMLOW, LOUISA Mrs. Louisa Kahamlow, a pioneer resident of the county, died at the home of her son, William, in the town of Two Rivers, aged 74, and burial was held at Two Rivers. Deceased is survived by a son and two daughters. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Friday, January 21, 1916 P.3 ********* (Looks like Kahmalow but could be Kahamlew.)

KAISER, CHRISTIAN Death notice in Der Nord Westen, 16 Aug. 1874: Christian Kaiser, age 13, died by drowning in Two Rivers, Friday noon.

KAISER, DAUGHTER OF CHRIST. From Der Nord Westen, 02 Dec. 1897: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 29 Nov.) Death a few days ago of a daughter of Mr. Christ. Kaiser of Manitowoc. She was living in Town Lincoln, Kewaunee County, with her husband, farmer Christ. Kippling (Rippling ? - uncertain about the 1st letter of this name - obscured). The illness of the deceased caused her to be unconscious for 3 days before her death. The body was brought here and buried in the Catholic Cemetery.

KAISER, Eliza Disappearance of Eliza Kaiser last Monday night. Worked in the home of Col. Wedelstedt a few years. Age 20, no parents but has relatives near Two Rivers. The police have been notified. Der Nord Westen, 25 Nov. 1875

KAISER, LORENZ From Der Nord Westen, 12 Mar. 1903: Lorenz Kaiser died Thurs. last week in Manitowoc Rapids following a long illness with cancer. The deceased, who was born 71 yrs. ago in Germany, came to America as a young man. He came to Manitowoc shortly after the end of the Civil War and established a saddlery here. The funeral was held Mon. morning from the St. Boniface Church. ***** (Note: This article is from the civil war pensioners: Kaiser, Lorenz A few days before his death Lorenz Kaiser who served in the Civil War under the name August Herschoe, had been granted a pension of $10 a month. $10.00 02 Apr. 1903 Der Nord Westen

KALENE, PATRICK From the Manitowoc Herald, 07 Nov. 1861: Patrick Kalene drowned, his body was found near Two Rivers.

KALLE, SON OF WM. From Der Nord Westen, 02 Dec. 1886: don't have Death of the about one-year old little son of Mr. Wm. Kalle during the night, Mon., here in Manitowoc.

KAMINSKY, CHARLES Killed by the Cars. Yesterday morning about 8 o'clock the news spread that a man had been killed by the cars at the railroad depot. A reporter of the Times immediately repaired to the scene of the accident and found the rumor to be only too true. A man by the name of Chas. Kaminsky, a Polish laborer in the employment of the railroad company, was standing on the side track, about midway between the passenger depot and the freight depot, when he saw a train on the side track nearing him. He jumped over onto the main track, not seeing the cars which were being pushed on this track by the switch engine. The cars were so near that it was impossible to stop them, before the unfortunate man had been thrown under and crushed by the iron wheels. the cars passed over the upper part of his body, killing him instantly. Parties who witnessed the accident say it was horrible to behold the mangled mass of human flesh. The accident is the result of no carelessness, either on the part of the deceased or on the part of those in charge of the train. It is an unfortunate accident, ordained by fate. On account of the noise made by the train he saw approaching, the poor man probably did not hear the train that brought him death. The deceased was a married man, about thirty-three years of age. He leaves a wife and five children, the eldest of whom is eleven years of age. They own a house and two lots in the Third Ward, but otherwise are poorly situated. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, May 2, 1882 P. 1

KAMPS, CLARA From Der Nord Westen, 23 Mar. 1899: (From the correspondent in Kiel, 20 Mar.) Death of Clara Kamps, 15-yr old daughter of August Kamps. Her death is a blow to the parents who only had two children.

KAMRUSS, WILHELMINA From Der Nord Westen, 11 Mar. 1909: Death Thursday morning last week of Mrs. Wilhelmine Kamruss at the advanced age of 81 in the home of her daughter here, Mrs. Albertine Diedrichs. The deceased, who had been ill for a long time, leaves 2 sons and 2 daughters. The funeral was held Saturday afternoon.

KAN, J. From Der Nord Westen, 21 June 1894: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 18 June) Burial last Mon. in the Catholic Cemetery, of J. Kan, a 73 yr. old settler who formerly worked for the Wisconsin Leather Co. The last few years he and his wife have lived with his son-in-law Joseph Shambeau.

KAPITSCH, CHILD OF JOSEPH From Der Nord Westen, 24 Oct. 1895: Death last Thurs. of the 3-week old child of Joseph Kapitsch, with burial on Saturday. (This is probably the child. Death index: 1895 Oct 17 KAPITZ Edward v.4 p.307 1895 Oct 18 KAPITZ Edward v.4 p.343 WHS Birth index: Edward Kapitz b: 25 Sep 1895 Reel: 0120 Record: 000190 Edward Kapitz b: 27 Sep 1895 Reel: 0119 Record: 002413

KARBAN, WENZEL From Der Nord Westen, 19 Sept. 1895: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 16 Sept.) Death this morning of 23 yr. old Wenzel Karban by suicide. He was found in the cemetery with a self-inflicted gunshot to the chest. He had written a letter to his friends that they could find his body in the cemetery. He was unemployed and had no relatives here. His parents live in Chicago. ****** From Der Nord Westen, 26 Sept. 1895: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 23 Sept.) The burial of Wenzel Karban, whose death we reported last week, took place on Wed. His parents came here from Chicago to attend the funeral. He was an only son.

KARBON, MR. From Der Nord Westen, 11 Oct. 1894: Death on Fri. in Kellnersville of 42 yr. old Mr. Karbon of a liver illness. The burial took place Sun. morning. The deceased who lived many years in Kellnersville, leaves a wife and several children.

KARBON, MRS. Mrs. Karbon, aged resident of Four Corners, and well known throughout the county, died at her home at Four Corners Wednesday morning. Death was due to old age. The funeral will be held tomorrow. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Friday, February 4, 1916 P.3

KARNOFSKY, SON OF ANTON From Der Nord Westen, 25 June 1908: Death Monday of Paul Edward, the 6-year old son of Anton Karnofsky, from a cerebral hemorrhage. The funeral was held Wednesday morning from St. Boniface Church.

KARNOFSKY, BENEDICT From Der Nord Westen, 16 Sept. 1897: Death Fri. of 63 yr. old Benedict Karnofsky, who lives near Manitowoc, of a hemorrhage. The deceased, who leaves a widow and 10 children, was buried Mon. in the cemetery at Manitowoc Rapids.

KARNOFSKY, MARIE From Der Nord Westen, 21 Feb. 1889: Death of Marie Karnofsky, little daughter of Benedict Karnofsky on Fri., 15 Feb. She was 1 yr. 4 mos. old. She was laid to rest in Manitowoc Rapids on Mon.

KASCH, H. From Der Nord Westen, 30 Apr. 1903: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 28 Apr.) Mr. H. Kasch died Sun. evening and will be buried today. The deceased lived many years in this vicinity, reached 84 yrs. of age, and leaves a widow and several grown children.

KASKA, JOHN Death from old age debility on Fri. of John Kaska, an old settler of our county, at the home of his son-in-law here, Ignatz Stenzel. The deceased, who was 88, came to America in the 50’s and settled in Francis Creek where he lived until retiring several years ago, then coming to live with his daughter, Mrs. Stenzel. In addition to her he is survived by a son, Wenzel Kaska in Francis Creek. The body was taken to Francis Creek Sun. for burial. ******** PIONEER IS DEAD John Kaska had Resided in County 50 Years and Was Well Known Death closed life's boon for John Kaska, one of the pioneer residents of Francis Creek Friday, his demise occurring at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Stenzel, 1010 So. Tenth street early in the day Death was due to infirmities of age which had weakened the patient greatly. Coming to Manitowoc county in the 50's, Mr. Kaska settled at Francis Creek and was one of the honored citizens of that place until recent years. He held the office of treasurer of the town for a long time and was respected by all who knew him. He was 88 at death. Two children, Wenzel Kaska, Kansas and Mrs. Stenzel, this city survive. The funeral will be held Sunday at 11 from the Stenzel home and the body will be taken to Francis Creek for burial. Manitowoc Daily Herald, September 23, 1905 P. 1

KASLICH, MRS. JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 03 Mar. 1892: (From the correspondent in Brillion, 23 Feb.) Death of Mrs. John Kaslich, who was fine in the morning, but died in the afternoon (no date given). The family had lost a child a short time ago. Funeral was in the cemetery in Kasson.

KAST, ELISABETH Name: Kast, Elisabeth D.: B.: Reg. D.: 6/1/1870 Sex: F/W Age at Death: 16 Yrs. B.P.: D.P.: Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. Hinzler, Kossuth, Mtw. Co. Spouse: F.: Johann Kast M.: Magdalena Kast Cause of Death: Pg. #: v.1 p.77

KASTEN: GEO. From Der Nord Westen, 23 Apr. 1908: Death Monday of 21-year old Geo. Kasten, a son of Henry Kasten in Newton, of consumption.

KASTEN HEINRICH From Der Nord Westen, 16 Mar. 1882: 18 year old Heinrich Kasten, son of Louis Kasten died in Gibson last Fri. of smallpox. He was buried on Sat. in the Mishicott Cemetery.

KATES, SON OF JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 23 Nov. 1905: Death in Town Newton of the 10-yr. old son of farmer John Kates on Thurs. from diphtheria, with burial next day. (Thurs. was 16 Nov. Death index: 1905 Nov 16/Kartas, Paul/co. death index v.8 p.4)

KATTERE, AMANDA Amanda Marie Auguste/b. 4 November 1893/d. 25 January 1894/cause: cramps/age 2mo. 21 days/ survivors: Wm. Kattere, wife & 3 children (From the Trinity Lutheran church records, Liberty twp.)

KATTERE, ANNA Anna Wilhelmine Mathilda Kattere/b. 10 April 1889/d. 5 July 1894/cause: heart failure/ age 5 years, 2 months, 3 weeks & 4 days/survivors: parents and 2 sisters (From the Trinity Lutheran church records, Liberty twp.)

KATTERE, OTTO Otto Franz Wm. Kattere/b. 4 November 1893/d. 13 November 1893/cause: cramps/age 11(9) days/ survivors: Wm. Kattere, wife & 4 children (From the Trinity Lutheran church records, Liberty twp.)

KATTERE, WM. Wm. KATTERE/b. 6 December 1894/d. 6 December 1894/cause: stillborn/ survivors: parents & 2 sisters (From the Trinity Lutheran church records, Liberty twp.)

KATTRE, DOROTHEA Dorothea Louisa Maria Kattre nee Wibking/b. 14 September 1820/d. 23 March 1892/ cause: dropsy/age 71 years, 5 [6] months, 9 days/survivors: Fried. Kattere & 3 stepsons: Fritz, Wm. & Dietrich (From the Trinity Lutheran church records, Liberty twp.)

KAUFMAN, CHILD OF MR. KAUFMAN From Der Nord Westen, 30 Jan. 1902: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 27 Jan.) The only child of Mr. Kaufman here has died and was buried Sun. afternoon in the city cemetery. (Note: Possibly Bernhart Kaufman/bur. 1902 in #89A) (WHS death index: Kaufmann, Peter Death Jan 22 1902 Manitowoc, v.4, pg 109/ this is not the v. and p. numbers from the co. death index, but from the Wisconsin state death index/I didn't find him on the co. index)

KAUFMAN, WIFE OF JOHN Jos. Wattawa was at Oshkosh yesterday making arrangements for the transportation of the remains of the late Mrs. Jos. Kaufman to the town of Newton where the deceased is to be interred. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Friday, June 11, 1915, Page 3 *********** Mrs. J. Kaufman Dead Mrs. John Kaufman of this city died at the Northern hospital at Oshkosh Wednesday night and the body will be brought here for burial, the funeral being held at the Newton Lutheran church Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Kaufman was 23 years of age and had been at the hospital for 18 months. A husband, father and one brother survive. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Friday, June 11, 1915, Page 5 (Note: There is an Ida Kaufman in #8 who died in the right time frame and would be the right age, but that's not Newton twp.

KAUFFMANN, B. From Der Nord Westen, 19 Oct. 1893: Death today of B. Kauffmann in Town Two Rivers, an old resident of that town. The deceased made himself known by his occupation, from time to time being in conflict with Uncle Sam's tax authorities over the quantity of his "crooked" whiskey.

KAUFMANN, DAU. OF FERDINAND From Der Nord Westen, 26 Sept. 1895: Death Sun. of the 4-mo. old little daughter of Ferdinand Kaufmann, of child cholera, here in Manitowoc. The funeral was held Tues. morning at the Catholic Church. (per notice death was Sun. 22 Sep. Death index: 1895 Sep 22 Kauffmann Sena Ira (state microfiche) 1895 Sep 22 Kaufmann (No name) co. death index v.4 p.316)

KAUFMANN, DAU. OF R. From Der Nord Westen, 24 Nov. 1892: Death last week in Two Rivers of the 2 yr. old daughter of Mr. R. Kaufmann.

KAUFMANN, MRS. FRANZ From Der Nord Westen, 11 Nov. 1897: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 08 Nov.) Death of Mrs. Franz Kaufmann after an illness of about a year. She leaves her husband and 4 children. The funeral was Wed. in the Catholic Church.

KAUFMANN, VALENTIN From Der Nord Westen, 14 Sept. 1893: On Fri., 77 yr. old Valentin Kaufmann, a resident of Town Manitowoc, visited the County Agricultural Fair. Afterward he began drinking in Mr. Rhode's "Two Rivers House", and about 8 o'clock left the place in what Mr. Rhode described as a drunken condition. No one saw him thereafter. A search of the river on Mon. found the man's body about noon near Torrison's Dock. The deceased had lived in this county for 38 yrs.

KAUFMANN, WILHELMINA DOROTHEA b. 8 May 1854, Two Rivers/d. 21 Aug. 1876, Two Rivers

KAUTZ, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 06 Apr. 1905: John Kautz, an old settler in Town Gibson, has brought his life to an end by hanging himself. The man was 60 yrs. old and has been ill for many weeks. One noticed that he was depressed during recent weeks. When he failed to show up for lunch on Tues., his wife went looking for him and made the terrible discovery of the man’s body hanging from a rafter in the barn. In addition to his wife, Mr. Kautz leaves several children.

KAUTSKY, SON OF A. Mr. and Mrs. A. Kautsky, 426 N. Tenth street are mourning the death of their little son. The boy was four months old. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Friday, April 26, 1918, Page 3

KAVANAUGH, MICHAEL From Der Nord Westen, 22 June 1905: Death in Reedsville of 89-yr. old Michael Kavanaugh, an old settler of that town who has lived there since 1854. He leaves a widow and 4 children.

KAVANAUGH, MRS. MICHAEL From Der Nord Westen, 26 Nov. 1903: Death in Maple Grove of 65-yr. old Mrs. Michael Kavanaugh. The funeral was Saturday. (Note: There is a Michael Kavanaugh in cem. #55)

KAWALLE, MRS. J. Mrs. J. Kawalle, an old and well-known resident of our city, died Sunday morning following a long illness. She leaves several children. Der Nord Westen, 26 Dec., 1907

KEEHAN, MARTIN The body of Martin Keehan, a former Kellnersville man who died in Nebraska, reached here today and was taken to Kellnersville for burial. Manitowoc Daily Herald Tuesday, July 7, 1914 pg. 3

KEEHAN, MRS. TIM Mrs. Tim Keehan, wife of Deputy Sheriff Tim Keehan of Cooperstown, died at her home there yesterday after an illness of but three days, death being due to heart affection (sic) caused by grippe. Mrs. Keehan was 50 years of age and is survived by her husband and a family of grown-up children. The funeral will be held Friday. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, January 13, 1916 P.3

KEENE, MRS. PATRICK Death in Chicago on Sat. of former Meeme resident Mrs. Patrick Keene at age 65. The casket was brought to Meeme and buried there on Tues. Der Nord Westen, 02 Aug. 1900

KEIL, CHILD OF FRANK From Der Nord Westen, 05 Nov. 1903: Death of a 10-mo. old child of Frank Keil on Wed. last week with burial on Friday.

KEISER, MARTHA Martha Keiser/d. 21 June 1880/age 92 yrs./cause: paralysis/from record of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc

KEISERBUEHLER, MARIE Marie Luise, daughter of married couple Josepf Keiserbuehler & Marie nee Brauersberger, born 2 February 1858, died 7 August 1865 of throat infection, buried 9 August, with church rites. (From the Trinity Lutheran church records, Liberty twp.)

KELLER, MARY From Der Nord Westen, 12 Oct. 1905: Death in a local hospital Thurs. last week of 40-yr. old Mrs. Mary Keller after a short illness. The deceased leaves her husband and 4 children. The funeral was held Sat. morning from St. Boniface Church.

KELLEY, JOSEPH CLARKS MILLS BOY DIES AT DENVER, COLO. Joseph Kelley, a former Clarks Mills boy, who has been located in the west for some time, died at Denver, Colo., and the body is to be brought to Clarks Mills for burial. He is a son of the late Michael Kelley and a brother of David and Martin Kelley, of Grimms. Decedent had been in the west for two years. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Saturday, May 3, 1913 p.4

KELLEY, MARTIN From the Files of the Pilot - Twenty-Five Years Ago - (1897) Martin Kelley, an old respected citizen of Franklin, died on Friday, April 2. He was born in Galway County, Ireland in 1818 and came to America in 1846. In 1856 he immigrated to Manitowoc County and a few years later he purchased a farm in Franklin where he has since resided. Mr. Kelley was a man of sturdy character, thoroughly honest and prompt to perform every duty. Two sons survive him. His remains were interred at the Catholic Cemetery in Reedsville on Sunday. Manitowoc Pilot, Thurs., Apr. 6, 1922 ******** Name Martyn Kally (sic) Gender Male Burial Place Kossuth Death Date 02 Apr 1897 Death Place Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin Age 84 Birth Date 1813 Birthplace Ireland Europe Occupation Farmer Race White Marital Status Married Spouse's Name Mary Mcgloughlim "Wisconsin Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968," database, FamilySearch

KELLNER, JOSEPH FRANCIS CREEK MAN FOUND DEAD IN BED, WAS 79 Joseph Kellner, Well Known Pioneer, is Victim of Heart Attack Joseph Kellner, a pioneer resident of the county, was found dead in bed at his home at Francis Creek yesterday, a victim of heart failure. Mr. Kellner was a cousin to John Kellner of this city. Mr. Kellner was born in Canada and came to Manitowoc county with his parents as a boy. He is survived by an aged widow, two sons, John and Joseph, and one daughter, Mary Kellner. The funeral will be held Friday morning at 10 at Kellnersville. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, July 05, 1917, Page 8

KELLY, MARY From Der Nord Westen, 26 Nov. 1908: Death in St. Mary’s Hospital Friday of Mrs. Mary Kelley at the advanced age of 100. She was formerly a resident of Town Cato, but since the death of her husband and son, she has been in the above hospital.

KELLY, MICHAEL From Der Nord Westen, 17 Oct. 1889: Death of locomotive engineer Michael Kelly of Town Meeme in a train accident (long detailed account of the accident). (Note: Have an Anthony Kelly in #60 who died at the same time)

KELLY, PATRICK Name: Kelly, Patrick D.: 3/24/1878 B.: Reg. D.: 12/28/1878 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 16 Yrs. B.P.: D.P.: Franklin Mtw. Co. Cem.: Kossuth Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. Jos. Maly Spouse: F.: M.: Cause of Death: Add Info.: Farmer's son Pg. #: v.1 p.289

KELSCH, MRS. J. From Der Nord Westen, 25 Apr. 1901: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 23 Apr.) Death on 18 Mar. of Mrs. J. Kelsch, who lived at the home of her son-in-law Jos. Benesh. She was 86. The funeral was held Sat. in the Catholic Cemetery. (Margreta Kelsch/d. Apr. 17, 1901/co. death index v.6 p.362)

KENNEDY, JAMES From Der Nord Westen, 15 Feb. 1900: The body of James Kennedy of Cooperstown, who died in service in the Philippines, arrived by train at Grimms Station. The parents of the deceased claimed the body and held the funeral in the Cooperstown Cemetery. Kennedy was serving with a regiment from Montana.

KERENE, RUBIN Rubin Kerene birth: 15 February 1897 death: 10 October 1897 Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin burial: Near Tertgens, Newton residence: 1897 Manitowoc Rapids, Wis. father: Charles Kerene mother: Maggie Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968

KERLING, JOSEPH From the Weekly News Item [Antigo, Langlade County, Wisconsin], Saturday February 13, 1897, Page 5 Column 2 Joseph Kerling, of this city, died at the residence of J. W. Pitcher, on Wednesday evening of this week. The old gentleman had been in poor health for years, and was not able to care for himself properly for some time. Before he died it is said that he willed his property to Mrs. J. W. Pitcher (except $600 which was to go to his nephew) on condition that he should be taken care of as long as he lived. It comes to light now that the property all belonged to his wife, who willed it to the Methodist church at her death, with the provision that he should have the use of it during his lifetime. His remains were taken to Manitowoc on Thursday night for burial. Mayor McMullen and Hon. Thos. Lynch accompanying it thither.

KESSEL, JACOB From Der Nord Westen, 11 Apr. 1889: (From the correspondent in Kiel, 08 Apr.) Death a few days ago of Jacob Kessel, who farmed near Kiel. He leaves a wife, but no children.

KESSMANN, DAU. OF G.W. From Der Nord Westen, 30 July 1891: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 27 July) Mr. G.W. Kessmann lost a 6 yr. old daughter last week to the disease. (Note: G.W. Kessmann is buried in #89A)

KESTLY, SON OF JAMES From Der Nord Westen, 27 Feb. 1896: Death on Tues. of the 4-1/2 mo. old son of James Kestly, of convulsions. The burial will take place this afternoon in the city cemetery. (Death would have been Tues. 25 Feb.)

KESTLY, JOE The U.S. transport Rio de Janeiro arrive at San Francisco from Manilla with 100 sick soldiers on board. Eight men died during the voyage. Mr. Flammery, Milwaukee, Joe Kestley, Manitowoc, Phil Smith, Minneapolis, J.A. Flynn, Minneapolis, F. Patterson, Syracuse, John Smith, Chicago, A.J. Maine, Appleton, J.S. McCullough, Wausau, O.J. Denhin, Chicago. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, October 22, 1898 P. 1

KEUNE, DAU. OF CARL Death Fri. of a 3-1/2 yr. old daughter of Carl Keune of Silver Lake, of a stomach illness. The funeral took place Mon. Der Nord Westen, 13 July 1899 ******** Mrs. H. A. Hoops went to Silver Lake last Monday to be present at the funeral of her niece, the little three year old daughter of Chas. Keune of that place. Brillion News, Fri., July 14, 1899 ******** (June Keune/d. July 8, 1899/co. death index v.6 p.178/Jane on state microfiche) ******** Wisconsin Deaths and Burials Name June Kuene Gender Female Death Date 08 Jul 1899 Death Place Manitowoc Rapids, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin Age 3 Birth Date 01 Dec 1895 Birthplace Manitowoc Rapids, Manitowoc Co. Race White Marital Status Single Father's Name Charles Kuene Father's Birthplace Manitowoc Co., Wis. Mother's Name Margareth Mother's Birthplace Manitowoc Co. ******** Wisconsin, Death Records Name June Juene (sic) Event Type Death Event Date 1899 Event Place Manitowoc Rapids, Manitowoc, Wisconsin Residence Place Manitowoc Rapids, Wis. Gender Female Age 3 Marital Status Single Race W Birth Date 01 Dec 1895 Birth Year (Estimated) 1896 Birthplace Manitowoc Rapids, Manitowoc Co., Cemetery Newton Cemetery Father's Name Charles Kuene Father's Birthplace Manitowoc Co., Wis. Mother's Name Margareth Kuene Mother's Birthplace Manitowoc Co. "Wisconsin, Death Records, 1867-1907," database, FamilySearch ********** (Note: I don't show the Keune/Kuene surname in any of the Newton cemeteries)

KEUNE, REUBEN GEORGE From Der Nord Westen, 21 Oct. 1897: (From the correspondent in Centerville, 12 Oct.) Death last Mon. of 8-mo. old Reuben George Keune, son of Silver Lake resident Carl Keune. (Rubin Keune/d. Oct. 10, 1897 from microfiche deaths)

KEUNE, SON OF MR. From Der Nord Westen, 14 Oct. 1897: Death on Sun. of an 8-mo. old son of Mr. Keune of Silver Lake, following convulsions. The burial took place yesterday in the Lutheran Cemetery in Newton. (Rubin Keune/d. Oct. 10, 1897 from microfiche deaths)

KIEFER, IRENE Irene Kiefer birth: 24 January 1900 Two Rivers death: 22 August 1900 Two Rivers, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin residence: 1900 Two Rivers, Wis. father: John Kiefer mother: Mary Miller Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 ****** (Note: The parents are in Holy Cross, Two Rivers, so she is probably in Calvary, Two Rivers)

KIEFER, VIOLA Viola Kiefer birth: 6 August 1903 Two Rivers death: 14 February 1904 Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin father: John Kiefer mother: Mary Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 ****** (Note: The parents are in Holy Cross, Two Rivers, so she is probably in Calvary, Two Rivers - there was no Holy Cross in 1904)

KIEHL, MRS. Mrs. Kiehl, a pioneer resident of Reedsville, is dead at the age of 86 years. Mrs. Kiehl made her home with her son Fred, her husband having preceeded her in death some years ago. Funeral services were held at Reedsville Thursday. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Friday, October 25, 1912 P. 3 ******** (From the 1880 Maple Grove census: Fridrich Kihl age 61, stonemason; wife Louise Kihl age 55; son Fridrich O. Kihl age 16, painter) ******** (Note: She might be buried in St. John-St. James #53, there is a Fred O. in that cemetery)

KIELSMEYER, OTTO From Der Nord Westen, 04 Feb. 1897: Death on Sun. of a small child of Conrad Kielsmeyer, who resides in the vicinity of Newton Station, of diphtheria. Per death index, this child is Otto Keilsmeier, d. Jan 31, 1897. I looked up the dates...obit date 4 Feb was on Thursday. Sunday death would have been Jan 31st...which matches the death index date for Otto KIElsmeier co. index v.5 p.53. His father Conrad and wife are in cem. #12, Centerville twp. No record of Otto in any cems.

KIMBRO, KENNETH Kenneth W. Kimbro, age 54, of 2802 Jackson St., Two Rivers, died Friday afternoon, April 17, 1998, at University Hospital, Madison. Private Family Services will be held. Kenneth was born October 12, 1943, in Neenah, Wis., son of the late Roy and Evelyn Mayer Kimbro. He attended schools in Neenah before entering the United States Navy, where he served a short time until being honorably discharged due to a medical condition. On June 29, 1963, he married Lorraine Brunner at Neenah. Mr. Kimbro was employed at Formrite Tube Company in Two Rivers for many years until his retirement in 1994. He enjoyed the outdoors especially hunting, fishing, and flying model airplanes. He also loved to watch the birds around his yard and the fish in his aquarium. Survivors include his wife, Lorraine; three daughters and two sons-in-law, Theresa and Vernon Porier, Laura and Terry Kattreh, Pauline Kimbro and her fiancé, Bob Zych, all of Manitowoc; four grandchildren, Joseph and Ann Kimbro, Vern and Crystal Porier; one brother and sister-in-law, Tony and Pat Kimbro, Neenah; one brother-in-law, Donald (Carol) Brunner, Mercer, Wis.; two sisters- in-law, Lenore Granger, Ohio, Eileen Keberlien, Minneapolis. He was preceded in death by his parents; his father-in-law and mother-in-law, Joseph and Ruth Brunner; two brothers, Ronald and Jerry; one nephew, Anthony Kimbro. Deja & Martin Funeral Chapels, Two Rivers, is assisting the family with funeral arrangements. Herald Times Reporter, April 19, 1998 P. 2

KIND, SON OF WILLIAM (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 01 July) Death on Wed. of the little son of William Kind of Gibson. The poor child ate the flypaper that was on the windowsill. Der Nord Westen, 10 July 1890 (Possibly Louis/1888-1890 in cem. #28)

KINNEY, JAMES From the Manitowoc Herald, 21 Apr 1859: James Kinney was stabbed to death

KIRBY, JAMES From Der Nord Westen, 27 Feb. 1908: Death of Grimms resident James Kirby, one of the old pioneers of our county, at the advanced age of 91.

KIRCH, MRS. JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 18 June 1903: Sudden death in Reedsville recently of 59-yr. old Mrs. John Kirch. She leaves 3 sons and 2 daughters.

KIRST, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 03 Mar. 1892: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 01 Mar.) Also, death about 3 o'clock this morning of 73 yr. old John Kirst, an old resident of Town Gibson, of old age debility complicated with influenza. The funeral will take place Thurs. morning in the Catholic Cemetery. (probably should be in #63)

INFANT OF M. KITTLE Reedsville: The infant baby of Mr. and Mrs. M. Kittle was buried here on Tuesday. Manitowoc Herald News, Mar. 6, 1930 page 5

KITZINGER, ELIZABETH LIFE'S LABORS O'ER. Mrs. M. Kitzinger Passes from Earth Funeral held to-day. Mrs. Elizabeth Kitzinger, wife of Martin Kitzinger, died at her home on South Fourteenth street Wednesday afternoon. She had been ailing for a number of years and death was the result of a complication of diseases. Deceased was born in Germany, May 26, 1848, and came to this country in early life. She was a woman highly respected by all who knew her and will be sadly missed by a large circle of friends. A husband, two daughters and one son survive to mourn her loss. The funeral was held from St. Boniface church at 8 o'clock this morning and was largely attended. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Manitowoc, Feb. 25, 1899

KLABACHEK, MARY From Der Nord Westen, 31 Mar. 1904: 12-yr. old Mary Klabachek in Reedsville developed an abscess in a foot. The abscess was removed but blood poisoning developed from which she died late Thurs. night. The funeral was held Saturday.

KLABUDA, MRS. M. From Der Nord Westen, 28 June 1906: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 19 June) Death Friday evening of Mrs. M. Klabuda of brain fever in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. Schmeichel. Mr. and Mrs. Klabuda had immigrated from Germany a year ago and resided with the Schmeichel's. Mr. Klabuda found work with farmers in the area and was doing well until his wife fell ill a few weeks ago and began her long decline. She leaves her husband and 3 small children, the youngest just 11 weeks old. The funeral was held Monday morning at the local Catholic Church.

KLASEK, CHILD OF ALBERT From Der Nord Westen, 03 Aug. 1899: Death on Thurs. of a small child of Albert Klasek here, with burial on Sat. 03.

KLEIN, ANNA (d.1905) Annie Klein Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 birth: July 1903 Sheboygan death: 26 June 1905 Two Rivers, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin burial: Kossuth residence: 1905 Two Rivers father: Arthur Klein mother: Mary ******* (Note: The surname Klein is not in any cems in Kossuth)

KLEIN, ANNA (d. 1908 From Der Nord Westen, 02 Apr. 1908: Death of Anna Klein, wife of South 15th Street resident J. Klein, on Sunday in Holy Family Hospital following an operation. The deceased, who reached the age of 35, is survived by her husband and a son. The funeral was held Tuesday morning.

KLEIN, ARTHUR From Der Nord Westen, 28 May 1896: (From the correspondent in Kiel, 26 May) Death of 5 yr. old Arthur Klein, who was badly burned last week, Tues., in Town Rhein. He was playing in a field where they were burning stumps and his clothing caught fire (he was originally erroneously reported as being the son of Henry Becker). The burial was Wed. in the Kiel Catholic Cemetery.

KLEIN, PETER WM. son of Ludwig and Josephine Klein/b. 8 July 1876, Centerville/d. 28 Oct. 1878, Centerville/cause: bronchitis

KLEIN, ROBERT J. Robert J. Klein, age 59, of Two Rivers, died peacefully at home, Wednesday evening Aug. 17, 2005, surrounded by his family after a valiant eight year battle with cancer. Robert was born July 7, 1946 in Tracy, Minn., to Gerald and the late Roberta (Vickerman) Klein. He attended schools in Tracy and Walnut Grove graduating with the class of 1964. Immediately after high school, he entered the National Guard for six years of service. Bob moved to Wisconsin in 1966 with the Chicago Northwestern Railroad as a lineman. In 1967, he became employed as a lineman for Wisconsin Public Service and has been there as a lead line electrician until the present. Robert married Doretta “Cooki” Farr on May 25, 1968 in Manitowoc. He was an avid sailor, belonging to the Manitowoc Yacht Club, where he was a past commodore and was instrumental in starting the Junior Sailing Program in partnership with the Manitowoc/ Two Rivers YMCA. He was also a Cub Scout leader and helped to organize the explorer post in Two Rivers. Robert was also very involved with the Two Rivers Wrestling Club for many years. (Survivors omitted for privacy) He was preceded in death by his maternal and paternal grand- parents; his mother: Roberta Schultz: and one brother: Ronald Klein. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25, 2005, at Emanuel United Methodist Church, Two Rivers. Officiating at the service will be the Rev. Sonia Alvarado. The family will greet relatives and friends at Emanuel United Methodist Church on Thursday, Aug. 25. 2005, from 10 a.m. until the time of service at 1 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations would be appreciated to the American Cancer Society, Emanuel United Methodist Church, or the charity of your choice. The Klein & Stangel Funeral Home and Cremation Care Center, Two Rivers, is assisting the Klein family with funeral arrangements. Robert and his family would like to thank the Hospice Visiting Nurse Association for all their help and concern the last three weeks. This group truly helps with God's work. He would also like to thank all of the doctors, nurses, and staff at St. Vincent Hospital and St. Vincent Oncology who never gave up and worked diligently to keep him alive these last eight years. Herald Times Reporter Aug. 20, 2005

KLERSMEYER Erwin (possibly Klusmeyer?) Erwin Herbert Klersmeyer (sic) birth: 20 March 1896 Manitowoc death: 27 April 1896 Manitowoc Rapids, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin burial: Cato father: Herman Klersmeyer mother: Lena Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968

KLOPF, J. From Der Nord Westen, 14 Mar. 1907: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 11 Mar.) A large funeral was held here, that of 90-year old J. Klopf, who formerly worked as a turner in the chair factory and later operated a farm in Town Two Rivers. When he became too old he sold the farm and went to Milwaukee to live with his son Lorenz, in whose residence he died. His body was brought here and the viewing was held in the residence of another son who resides locally and who is married to a daughter of Gottlieb Karnovsky of Manitowoc. The deceased was also a skilled musician and a member of Bieling’s Orchestra. He was also a devoted member of the Catholic Church and sang in the choir for many years. The funeral was conducted from that church with a large number of vehicles in the procession.

KLOZINSKY, GUSTAV MIRROR USED TO AID IN SUICIDE Gus Klozinsky, Newton Farmer Gazes in Glass As Fatal Shot Is Fired. BUSINESS LOSES, CAUSE Series of Misforturnes Prompt the Deed Which was Long Premeditated- Formerly a Resident at This City. Business reverses which in the last few years has caused him the loss of the greater share of his property, prompted the suicide of Gustav Klozinsky, a town of Newton farmer who ended his life on Tuesday with a bullet in the brain. Long premeditated and oft times threatened, the deed was not entirely unexpected by members of the family who heard the fatal shot and immediately discovered the dead body. Klozinsky was seen to enter the wood-shed which adjoins the house, with a small hand mirror and the revolver with which he committed the deed must have been concealed about his person at that time and although it was thought strange that he would take a looking glass into the shed no suspicions were aroused because of the fact that the weapon was not seen. Within a few minutes the report of the pistol, a 32 calibre one, was heard and no further doubt existed as to the object of the man's visit to the outbuilding. Fearful of the grewsome sight which it was expected would meet their gaze, members of his family were loath to break open the door to learn the awful truth and a constable living within a short distance was summoned to enter the place. Leaning upon a stool with the right hand tightly clasping the revolver and a gaping, bleeding wound in his head. Klozinsky was found stone dead, the bullet which had lodged in his brain, effectively accomplishing his end. The purpose of the mirror was explained in the fact that its position on a table denoted that it had been used to reflect his position and made doubly sure the killing process. A wife and four children survive to mourn him. Klozinsky formerly resided in this city, his occupation being that of a laborer. Believing that he could better his position, he moved to Nordheim two years ago where he purchased the Weber Bros. store and saloon, going into debt by so doing. Prosperity did not follow, however, and soon after he again changed residence selling the property at a loss of over $2,000 and purchasing the saloon of Charles Rick, near St. Wendel. Here, also, he was unfortunate and after a short period, during which creditors began to pursue him he gave up the struggle and ended it all, as told. Afflicted by a nervous disposition and of hasty temperament, the suicide had often threatened to kill himself and especialy was this true when in outbursts of passion he would rail against Fate and his adversities. Given to brooding over his misfortunes and trials the man would suffer aberation of mind for long periods and it was during one of these spells that the deed was committed. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, June 22, 1904 P. 1 ********* On Tuesday morning at 8 o’clock Gustav Klozinsky, who ran a saloon in Centerville, killed himself by a shot in his head. In former times Klozinsky had run a farm in Kossuth, but later moved to Manitowoc. Some time ago he had bought the place of the brothers Weber in Nordheim at a rate of $3,500 but was soon very happy to be able to get rid of it for $1,500. A few months ago he had bought the place of Rieck’s in Centerville – again at a high rate. On Monday he drove through the neighborhood and stuck bills concerning a picnic which he was supposed to arrange. Back at home at night he told his saloon guests that everything was for free this night. Finally he destroyed all the furniture in his saloon. The next morning at 8 o’clock his wife heard a shot in the shed and she immediately found out that Klozinsky had taken the revolver from the place where it was supposed to be and she suspected something really bad. But because she feared her husband and his violent character she didn’t have the heart to check on him. Klozinsky himself did not reappear until noon and finally people went into the shed where they found the man sitting on a chair with a deep gunshot wound on his head. He had placed a mirror on the table in front of him to be able not to miss the target. The bullet had hit his right temple, had gone into the brain before it went out of the head again at a point over his left eye. The death must have occurred immediately. The repeated losses of his investments mentioned before might have driven the man to desperation, to alcohol and finally to death. Der Nord Westen, 23 June 1904

KLUG, RAYMOND F. Raymond F. Klug, age 78, formerly of 1513 S. 37th St., Manitowoc, died Tuesday, April 8, 1997, at Shady Lane Nursing Care Center. A Memorial Service will be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 11, 1997, at the Kingdom Hall, Manitowoc. Officiating at the service will be Mr. Robert Rainer. He was born June 7, 1918, in Manitowoc, son of the late Edward and Paulien Melecki Klug. He was educated in the Manitowoc School System and graduated with the class of 1936 from Lincoln High School. He married Ruth Kuehne March 7, 1942, in Dubuque, Iowa. He was a member of the Jehovah's Witnesses. Survivors include his wife, Ruth Klug, Manitowoc; two sons and daughters-in-law, Joseph and Helen Klug, Manitowoc, Lawrence and Christine Klug, Manitowoc; one daughter and son-in-law, Karen and Terry Sweeney, Manitowoc; 10 grandchildren, Adam (Sarah) Klug, Edward (Sonnet) Klug, Janelle (Dan) Hoesert, Amanda Klug, Marcia Klug, Neal (Vicki) Sweeney, Leah (Michael) Windsor, Joel (Melissa) Sweeney, Wendy Sweeney, Jonathan Sweeney; four great-grandchildren; other relatives and friends also survive. He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, Ellsworth Klug, one sister, Evelyn Schroeder. Friends may call at Kingdom Hall, 4915 Hecker Road, Manitowoc, from 5p.m. Friday until the time of service. The Jens Funeral Home, Manitowoc, is assisting the family with funeral arrangements. Herald Times Reporter, April 10, 1997 P. A2

KLUSMEYER, MINNA From Der Nord Westen, 01 Aug. 1889: Also on Mon., 16 yr. old Minna Klusmeyer died in Town Newton of diphtheria.

KLUTH, FREDERIC E. 3 Servicemen Dead; Toll For County Now 149 Deaths of county soldiers in World War II stood at 149 today as reports were received of three more Manitowoc men who have been reported killed in action or death due to accident. The dead: Lt. Frederic E. Kluth, 26, of this city. Pvt. Arthur E. Remiker, 20, of route 2, Two Rivers. Mch. Mate 3/c Kenneth Jacobski, 22, of Two Rivers. *********** Mrs. Irma Kluth, 1003 South 10th street was elated Friday morning when her son, Lt. Donald B. Kluth, 22, returned home safely after many months in a German prison camp. But war has a bitter way of twisting things about and rending hearts. Late the same afternoon her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Frederic E. Kluth, 528 North Eighth street, received a War department telegram that Lt. Frederic Kluth, 26, had died on Luzon May 19 of injuries he received the day previously in a plane crash. The telegram further added that he had not been missing in action as previously reported. Manitowoc Herald Times, Saturday, June 9, 1945 P. 1 ********** Previously Cited Lt. Kluth was a B-25 bomber pilot and had recently received the air medal in recognition for courageous service to his country. He had been cited for meritorious achievement while participating in aerial flights in the southwest Pacific area from Oct. 17 through March 7 of this year. The flights included bombing missions against the enemy’s installations, shipping and supply bases. Lt. Kluth was married to the former Vivian Berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berg, 725 North 10th street, in Columbia, S.C., March 27, 1944, while he was stationed there with the army air corps. He entered the service in 1941, and went overseas to the Pacific area with the medical corps in February, 1943. He later returned and completed his primary flight training course at Thunderbird Field, Glendale, Ariz. He had already completed nine months in the South Pacific area with the medical corps. Was on Luzon At Minter Field, Calif, in October, 1943, he was awarded the plaque for the most outstanding cadet in his class at the graduation exercises. Following his graduation from there, he entered advanced flying school at Yuma, Ariz., and was graduated from there in December, 1943. He was then commissioned a second lieutenant. In April, 1945, he was promoted to the rank of first lieutenant while stationed somewhere in the Philippines as a pilot on a Mitchell reconnaissance bomber. He had been stationed on Luzon for the past three months, having left the states last September. He had attended Manitowoc schools and graduated from Lincoln high school. Besides his wife and daughter, he is survived by his mother, Mrs. Irma Kluth, city, and father, Otto, Clintonville; three brothers, Lt. Donald, now at home, Carl, East Orange, N. J., and Harold, at home; maternal grandmother, Mrs. Marie Harthun, Milwaukee. Manitowoc Herald Times, Saturday, June 9, 1945 P. 1 (NOTE: This article has been split and put with the servicemen named)

KNAPP, ELIZABETH From Der Nord Westen, 25 Feb. 1897: Death in Town Gibson last week of 80 yr. old Mrs. Elizabeth Knapp.

KNEEVERS, BETTE (b. 02 Jan 1900/d. 18 Feb 2003/Manitowoc, Manitowoc, WI/SSDI) Born on January 2, 1900, Bette grew up with one thought: “All I talked about was being in show business,” she says. Working in Milwaukee as a waitress, she saw an advertisement to join the “Fearless Gregg” show. Bette not only joined the show, but a year later, married the owner, Fred Gregg. Bette performed a stunt called “Autos that Pass in the Air”: She and Fred climbed a tall ladder, then got into two cars parked one behind the other at the top of a ski-type jump. The vehicles took off, reaching 150 mph. As they flew off the ramp, Fred’s car did loops above Bette’s, then both landed on a special platform, built to absorb shock, “or we would have been killed. I was never afraid; what a daredevil I was,” she marvels. The “Fearless Greg” show traveled for 20 years, entertaining the King of England and the Emperor of Japan. Bette and Fred met Bing Crosby who asked them to perform in “Pennies from Heaven.” It was their last performance. Fred’s age kept him from continuing, so they settled in California until his death in 1965. Bette then moved to Plymouth. In 1978, at the Plymouth Senior Center, she met Earl Kneevers, a retired court reporter. They married and lived happily until Earl’s death in 1993. Bette says, “I had the life I wanted. Not many people can say that. You just have to go out and get it.” From "The Centenarian Spirit in Wisconsin", interviews produced by the Wisconsin Bureau on Aging and Long Term Care Resources. Photo

KNICKELBINE, MARVIN H. Marvin H. Knickelbine, age 93, of 105 Evelyn Lane, Manitowoc, died Monday afternoon, June 24, 1996, at the Manitowoc Health Care Center. Memorial Services will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 26, 1996, at the Reinbold and Pfeffer Family Funeral Home, Manitowoc. Rev. David Klutterman will officiate. Mr. Knickelbine was born July 11, 1902, in Manitowoc, son of the late Albert and Margaret Schrimpf Knickelbine. He was a graduate of Manitowoc Adams High School. On September 14, 1929, he married the former Evelyn V. Monka in Manitowoc. She preceded him in death September 17, 1973. Marvin worked for the Mirro Corporation for 47 years retiring in 1967 as Manager of the Cost Department. He was a member since 1925 of the Manitowoc Izaak Walton League Chapter #138. He loved the outdoors especially hunting and fishing. Survivors include three sons and two daughters-in-law, Dale and Judith Knickelbine, Manitowoc, Lee and Paula Knickelbine, Manitowoc, John Knickelbine, Evanston, Ill.; seven grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; six great- grandchildren; one step-great-grandchild; two sisters-in-law, Lila Monka, Boynton Beach, Fla., Sylvia Larsen, Manitowoc. He was preceded in death by one sister, Arlene Salter. Relatives and friends may call at the Reinbold and Pfeffer Family Funeral Home, Manitowoc, on Wednesday from 6 p.m. until the time of services. Herald Times Reporter, June 25, 1996 P. A2

KNOBLAUCH, GERHARD Gerhard A. Knoblauch, age 94, of 833 Jackson st., Manitowoc, died Sunday, March 10, 1996, at Holy Family Memorial Medical Center, Manitowoc. A Memorial Service will be held at 3 p.m. Friday, March 15, 1996, at First Lutheran Church Chapel. Officiating will be Rev. Richard Lind. He was born June 14, 1901, in Berlin, Germany, son of the late Richard and Paula Weilbach Knoblauch. He married Ann Pakan December 18, 1927, in Chicago, Ill. He was a member of First Lutheran Church. Survivors include his wife, Ann Knoblauch, Manitowoc; one daughter and son- in-law, Vanevaryn and Ray Peeters, Lafayette, Ind.; three grandchildren; one great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother and one sister. In lieu of flowers memorials would be appreciated to First Lutheran Church. The Jens Funeral Home is assisting the family with funeral arrangements. Special thanks to the Critical Care Unit of Holy Family Memorial Medical Center, doctors, nurses and staff. Herald Times Reporter, March 12, 1996 P. A2

KNOLL, MR. (From the correspondent in Kiel, 05 Oct.) On Fri. Mr. Knoll suffered serious injuries when his horses were startled and he was thrown under one of them. Der Nord Westen, 08 Oct. 1891

KNOLLS, SON OF MR. KNOLLS Friday, while a little boy aged about 12 years, was playing on the dam which is being built for Mill Bros., at Centerville, he lost his balance and fell a distance of about 18 feet, striking on some boards below. His recovery is not looked for. He was a son of Mr. Knoll who keeps a store in Centreville (sic). Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, November 1, 1881 P. 1

KNOPF, J. From Der Nord Westen, 26 Sept. 1895: (From the correspondent in Kiel, 22 Sept.) Burial of J. Knopf, an old settler, last Sunday.

KNUDSON, CHILD OF OLE From Der Nord Westen, 09 Sept. 1897: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 06 Sept.) Burial in the cemetery of a 2-yr. old child of Ole Knudson of Gibson.

KNUDSON, MARIT Marit Knudson (co. death record v.2 p.33) Female -about age 50 years Wife of Knud Knudson Died April 24, 1879 in Town of Rockland (Sent in by Bob Domagalski)

KNUDSON, MRS. OLE St. Nazianz news: Mrs. Ole Knudson, aged seventy five years died on Friday last after a brief illness. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, May 12, 1885 P.4

KNUELL, DAU. OF WILHELM From Der Nord Westen, 31 July 1902: A 13-yr. old daughter of Wilhelm Knuell, who lives on Green Bay Road near the Bleser Post Office, died Fri. after a short illness. (Per notice death was 25 July. From Death index/1902 Jul 25/Emma Knuell/co. death index v.7 p.88)

KNUTH, MRS. FRANZ From Der Nord Westen, 24 Dec. 1908: Death last week of 80-year old Mrs. Franz Knuth of Cooperstown at the home of her daughter in Green Bay. She leaves 2 daughters and a son. Her funeral was Sunday.

KNUTSON, MRS. ARNE PIONEER WOMAN OF GIBSON IS CALLED BY DEATH Mrs. Arne Knutson Dies at Advanced Age of 73 Yesterday Mrs. Arne Knutson, a pioneer resident of the town of Gibson, died yesterday at the advanced age of 73. Mrs. Knutson’s death occurred at the old homestead where with her husband she has resided for fifty years. Decedent was a native of Norway and came to Manitowoc in her youth. She is survived by her husband, now 83, four sons and four daughters, Knut, Olaf, Benjamin, Anton, Sophia, Amelia, Nettie and Mrs. J. Boese of Detroit, Mich. The funeral will be held from the late home Monday afternoon. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Saturday, March 17, 1917, Page 8 ********** Olaf Knutson of Eau Claire and Mrs. C.J. Boese of Detroit, Mich., who were here this week to attend the funeral of their mother, Mrs. Arne Knutson, which took place at Gibson this week, have returned to their respective homes. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Friday, March 23, 1917, Page 5

KOCH, MATTHIAS From Der Nord Westen, 20 June 1889: Death of 61 yr. old Matthias Koch on Sat. evening in the home of his nephew of the same name. The deceased was buried at 9 a.m. Tues. morning in the Catholic cemetery.

KOCIAN, ROMINE Romine Kocian birth: 8 February 1905 Cooperstown death: 30 May 1905 Cooperstown, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin residence: 1905 Cooperstown father: Frank Kocian mother: Lizzie Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968

KOEBKE, MRS. WALTER From Der Nord Westen, 18 Oct. 1906: Death here Monday of Mrs. Walter Koebke after a long illness at age 25. The deceased, born Caroline Kipping, married her now surviving husband about six months ago. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning from St. Boniface Church. (per notice death was 15 Oct. From Death index/Oct. 15, 1906/Caroline Koebke/co. death index v.8 p.76)

KOEHL, CHILD OF PASTOR From Der Nord Westen, 02 Feb. 1888: Death of the newly born child of Pastor Koehl.

KOEN, MRS. From the Files of the Pilot - Twenty-five Years ago (1891) Mrs. Koen of this city died on Friday last at the age of 68. She was an old lady in whom age failed to weaken physical powers and up to the time of her death was active and industrious. Manitowoc Pilot, Thurs., Sept. 28, 1916

KOELSCH, WM. From Der Nord Westen, 14 Nov. 1895: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 12 Nov.) Death on the 7th here in Mishicott of 75 yr. old Wm. Koelsch of old age. He was one of the oldest settlers here and was buried last Sun. in the Catholic Cemetery.

KOEPKE, JOHN Death notice in Der Nord Westen, 30 Aug. 1877 (age 61)

KOEPPEN, CHILD OF W. From Der Nord Westen, 24 Oct. 1901: A small child of W. Koeppen here died yesterday morning. (Per notice, death was 23 Oct. From Death index/Oct. 23, 1901/Wm. G.C. Koeppen/co. death index v.7 p.19)

KOEPPLER, MRS. St. Nazianz news: Mrs. Koeppler, of Eaton, died last week after a protracted illness. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 1885 P.3

KOERNER, MRS. From Der Nord Westen, 08 Sept. 1892: Death on Thurs., 01 Sept., from jaundice of Mrs. Koerner. She was the mother of Rev. Wilhelm Koerner of Kellnersville and was almost 60 yrs. of age. Burial was Saturday. (Note: The closest I can come is Theresia A. Koerner/Aug. 1, 1892 in #46)

KOERNER, THERESA Mrs. Theresa Koerner, a pioneer resident of the county, died at the home of her son, Anton, at Whitelaw Tuesday night at the advanced age of 90 years. She is survived by a family of children. The funeral will be held tomorrow. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, January 28, 1915, Page 3

KOESER, ANNA From Der Nord Westen, 26 Apr. 1906: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 23 Apr.) Mrs. H. Koeser has died at age 29 leaving 2 children in addition to her husband. Recently she had been living with her brother in Town Two Rivers because her husband had been away for a long while. He had said he was going to Ludington, Michigan, to find work and then would send for his family. However, since then, because several months have passed and nothing has been heard from him, it is not known whether he is alive or dead. The deceased has many relatives here who will attend her funeral in Mishicott tomorrow. ********* From Der Nord Westen, 26 Apr. 1906: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 24 Apr.) Death Saturday afternoon of Mrs. C. Koeser of T.B. in the home of her brother, H. Benzinger. She was a resident of Two Rivers but had been living at her brother's for quite a while. She leaves a husband and 2 children. The funeral was Tuesday from the funeral home. (Note: I have 2 different dates in the death index for Annie Koeser and neither matches this one. I also don't show an Annie Koeser in the Mishicott cem.)

KOHAUT, JOSEPH F. From Der Nord Westen, 27 Sept. 1894: Death on Fri. in the local hospital of Joseph F. Kohaut, former bookkeeper for the firm of Madson & Anderson here. The deceased came to Manitowoc as a child with his grandparents from Bohemia. He worked for the above firm 6 yrs. until sickness required his hospitalization on 27 Aug.

KOHLBECK, INFANT OF A. CLARKS MILLS Funeral services for the infant baby of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kohlbeck were held at the Catholic church last Saturday. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Saturday, April 06, 1918, Page 5

KOHLBECK, CHILD OF FRANK Death Mon. of a small child of Frank Kohlbeck in Whitelaw from the croup. Der Nord Westen, 11 Apr. 1901 ********** Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kohlbeck, of Whitelaw are mourning the loss of a baby boy who died Monday of croup. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, April 9, 1901, p. 1

KOHLBECK, FRANK FRK. KOHLBECK DIES SUDDENLY IN CITY TODAY Frank Kohlbeck, aged 73, pioneer settler of Manitowoc, passed away early this morning at the Holy Family hospital. Mr. Kohlbeck had been in comparatively good health considering his advanced years and death comes as a shock to a wide circle of friends in the city. Infirmities incident to old age were responsible for his passing. Mr. Kohlbeck, born in Austria in March, 1854, is the father of Anton and Frank Kohlbeck of this city with whom he made his home on South Tenth street. At the age of 13, Mr. Kohlbeck removed to this country with his parents and a year later the family came to Wisconsin, directly to Manitowoc, where Mr. Kohlbeck has since lived, taking for his vocation, blacksmithing, which trade he followed up until a year ago when he retired. His wife, Mrs. Clara Kohlbeck, nee Vogel, survives along with 20 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren, three sons, Anton and Frank of this city and Joseph of Wausau, two daughters, Clara of Cedar Rapids, Ia., and Anna of Minneapolis, Minn., and a sister, Mrs. Barboy of Appleton. Funeral On Monday Funeral services will be held Monday at Whitelaw, Father Pusahl officiating. No other arrangements have been made. Mr. Kohlbeck was a member of the St. Boniface parish in this city and of the St. Stephen's society. Manitowoc Herald News, April 1, 1927 p.14

KOHN, CHILD OF AUGUST From Der Nord Westen, 23 Aug. 1900: Death Thurs. following a short illness of a small child of local resident August Kohn.

KOHN, JOHN The old "rag and bone man" Kohn, died day before yesterday in the hospital. Der Nord Westen, 15 Mar. 1883 ******* The Pilot is justly indignant at the brutal manner in which old man Kohn was mutilated and paretically killed, by being run into by a team on the road. The editor of the Pilot suffered from the same cause, with less serious results, he followed the offending party some distance and forced a settlement for damages. Manitowoc Tribune, Mar. 22, 1883 ******** The old man Kohn still suffers. His poverty and load of years would seem to be a full measure of distress; but when the additional misfortune of the loss of a leg is added, he is indeed deserving of our pity. The man who thus crippled him is still unknown and no effort is being made to discover him. If one man should chance to call another a liar the dignity and peace of the State of Wisconsin would demand an instant law suit. But an old man 80 years of age, has his leg torn off and the perpetrator, who didn't even have the heart to ask the old man the extent of his injuries or offer any assistance, has not been called to account. He is free and by the immunity he enjoys is told practically that he may continue his career of slaughter. The law offers old John Kohn no redress for the terrible injury he sustained, but if the same man called him a liar, the judicial machinery of the county would be set to moving the mete out adequate punishment for the terrible offense. Old Kohn, without a relative, a friend or a cent has his leg torn off on a public highway because he was not quick enough in turning out of the road to allow a man with heavy team an unobstructed way, and he tosses on what may well be called his death bed and no one thinks of punishing the man who brought him to this teritble (sic) strait. Manitowoc Pilot, Thursday, March 15, 1883 *********** John Kohn died on Tuesday from the effect of the injuries he received on the road some three weeks ago. If ever an inquest was made imperative from the circumstances, it is in this case, and if ever the duty of officers to bestir themselves so as to discover the man who committed the crime, called loudly for performance, it is in the present case. No anti-mortem statement has been taken and the old man's death will prevent him from identifying the person who killed him. So much is lost by not proceeding earlier. But it is not yet too late. It is said the parties who came to the old man's assistance when he was left in a helpless condition, know the person whose criminal negligence resulted in the killing of a fellow man, but refuse to give information which will lead to his arrest. Manitowoc Pilot, Thursday, March 15, 1883 ********** Since writing the above, we are informed that the district attorney has ordered an inquest and has gathered facts sufficent to warrant the making of an arrest. Neither the sheriff nor district attorney knew of the outrage until The Pilot gave the news, and then they proceeded to investigate the matter. Every one should give all the assistance possible in ferreting out the brute who thus sent a fellow man to the grave. Next week we will give as full particulars as possible in the hope that they will be of assistance in bringing the guilty one to justice. Manitowoc Pilot, Thursday, March 15, 1883 P. 3 ******** John Kohn Male, White age: 79 years occupation: rag peddler place of birth: Bavaria date of death: Mar. 13, 1883 cause of death: (illegible) place of death: Manitowoc place of burial: St. Bonifacios cemetery person signing certificate: J.S. date of registration: Nov. 9, 1885 County death record (v.3 p.157)

KOLANCZK, AUGUSTNA (sic) Mrs. Augustna Kolanczk (sic), widow of the late Frank Kolanczk, a pioneer resident of the town of Manitowoc, is dead at the age of 72 years. Decedent is survived by one son, Frank, of this city. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning from St. Boniface church. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Friday, May 24, 1918 P. 3 (Note: Called the Calvary cemetery and they have no record of her being buried there.) ******** (From 1870 Newton census: Franz Kolantscheck age 29; wife Auguste age 25; Joseph age 1) **** (From 1880 Newton census: Frank Kolanzchik age 38; wife Auguste age 35; Joseph age 11 b. ca. 1869; Willie age 9 b. ca. 1871. ***** (From 1900 Manitowoc census: Augusta Kolansyk b. 1846 age 53 widow; son Frank age 20 b. 1879; s on Albert age 19 b. 1881) ***** (From 1910 Manitowoc census 12th street: Augustine Kolanshek age 65 widow 5 children 2 living; son Frank age 30 ******* Possibly in St. Peter (#72) with her husband but no proof of it. She isn't in the cem. records for Calvary, St. Mary's, or St. Peter)

KOLBECK, MARTHA GIRL'S DEATH PATHETIC Two Rivers Girl Dies Alone in Appleton Hospital Alone and with her relatives unknown, Martha Kolbeck, a Two Rivers girl, died in the hospital at Appleton after a long illness and the body, will be brought to Two Rivers for burial. Miss Kolbeck had been employed as a domestic at Appleton and except for her employer's family, had no friends. She suffered two attacks of illness, the last being fatal. Just before her death, she told of having relatives at Two Rivers and the body was sent there. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Jan. 27, 1909 page 3

KOLBENSKI, DAU. OF JOSEPH From Der Nord Westen, 23 Jan. 1908: A 3-year old daughter of Joseph Kolbenski died Thursday last week of convulsions. The funeral was held Saturday.

KONOP, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 16 July 1903: Death of old age debility on Thurs. last week in Kellnersville of 87-yr. old John Konop. The deceased, who is survived by several grown children, was buried Saturday. ******** (Per notice, death was 9 July. From Death index/Jul 9, 1903/John Ponoh/co. death index v.7 p.215/ Note: Ponoh should probably be Konop and mis-read from the actual death record as I show no surname Ponoh on the site.)

KONOP, JOSEPH Mr. F. Hulitz informs us that Jos. Konop of Cooperstown a young man aged nineteen years, was kicked by a horse about a week since. He lived in much suffering for a few days when death relieved him. His funeral took place yesterday. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tues., June 30, 1885 page 3 ******** (1880 Cooperstown census: Joseph Konop age 32; wife Catharina 31; Wenzel 15; Joseph 13; Anna 11; Mary 9; Emilie 6) (Note: Joseph and Katerina are in #18. It's possible their son Joseph is in that cemetery also)

KOPECKI, JULIANNE Name: Kopecki, Julianne D.: 10/9/1877 B.: Reg. D.: 12/21/1877 Sex: F/W Age at Death: B.P.: D.P.: Two Creeks, Mtw. Co. Cem.: Mishicott Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. Adalbert Apin Spouse: F.: John Kopecki M.: Anna Kopecki Cause of Death: Add Info.: Inf. Rev. Cipin? Pg. #: v.1 p.236

KOPETSKY, SON OF JOSEPH From Der Nord Westen, 14 Dec. 1905: The 3-yr. old son of Two Creeks resident Joseph Kopetsky died Sun. of diphtheria.

KORLESKY, THERESE From Der Nord Westen, 03 Dec. 1908: 7-year old Therese, daughter of South 20th Street resident J. Korlesky, died Saturday of diphtheria and was buried Sunday morning.

KOSCHRONFSKI, CUGALINE Cugaline Koschronfski birth: 15 November 1903 Two Rivers death: 18 January 1905 Two Rivers, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin residence: 1905 Two Rivers father: Frank Koschronfski Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 ******* (There is a marriage: Frank Koschorowski/Maria Gonia, and these might be the parents of this child)

KOSTLEVY, WENZEL HEARS OF BROTHER’S DEATH Joseph Kostlevy, N. Ninth street this city, has just learned of the death of his brother, Wenzel Kostlevy in Germany, four years ago, a letter received this week conveying the news. The death of Mr. Kostlevy occurred in 1915 and at the time letters were mailed to relatives here but because of the war, never reached their destination and a casual reference in the letter just received informed the family here. The dead man was 69 years of age and had resided in Germany all his life. The letter from the family in Germany says that the greatest trouble experienced there now is from lack of fuel. Manitowoc Herald News, Saturday, December 27, 1919 Page 1

KOSTLICHO, MRS. JOSEPH From Der Nord Westen, 25 Nov. 1909: Death last week in Town Franklin of 81-year old Mrs. Joseph Kostlicho. She is survived by a daughter, a brother and 3 sisters.

KOUH, CONRAD From Der Nord Westen, 08 Oct. 1896: Death Wed. last week of Conrad Kouh, after a long illness with rheumatic fever. The deceased, who employed at the Meyer’s farm on Neshoto Road, was buried Sat. (Per notice, death 30 Sept/ From death index/Sep 30 1896/Conrad Truh/co. death index v.5 p.6/ There is a Conrad True in cem. #37 but nothing but the name on the stone)

KOUTNIK, JOSEPHINE DEATH COMES AS MERCY TO MRS. KOUTNIK Death came to Mrs. Josephine Koutnik as a messenger of deliverance from pain suffering at the hospital last night. For days Mrs. Koutnik's life had been despaired of and she had suffered much from complication of disease from which physicians said there was no hope of cure and when death came last night, it was a mercy. Mrs. Koutnik, a native of Bohemia, was born December 12, 1866 and thirty-five years ago came to America, locating in this city at once. She is survived by five children, Mrs. Edward Ziesler, of Florence; Mrs. H.A. Bean this city; Wenzel, Leonard and Edward this city. Three grand children also survive. Funeral services for Mrs. Koutnik will be held Monday at St. Boniface church. Manitowoc Herald News, Saturday, November 26, 1921 P.4

KOWALSKI, JULIA From Der Nord Westen, 12 Nov. 1908: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 08 Nov.) On Thursday 17-year old Julia Kowalski was buried from the Polish Church. The deceased, who had been ill only a few days, was the daughter of Albert Kowalski of 25th Street here. There were many vehicles in the cortege.

KOWALSKI, SON OF NICOLAUS From Der Nord Westen, 14 Jan. 1897: Death on Mon. of an 8-yr. old son of Nicolaus Kowalski in Newton, of the measles. The burial was this morning.

KRACHT, INFANT SON OF HENRY Two Creeks News: An infant son of Mr. Henry Kracht died Dec. 21st, 1881. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 10, 1882 P. 4 ******** Note: There are some unknown baby entries in #64

KRAETIKY, DAU. OF JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 19 Aug. 1886: Death of a 13-year old daughter (not named) of John Kraetiky (sic), a farmer who lives one-half mile from Two Rivers. The girl tried to start a fire with kerosene which exploded and the poor child died a few hours later in terrible pain.

KRAHN, BERTHA Name: Krahn, Bertha D.: 1/7/1876 B.: Reg. D.: 12/27/1876 Sex: F/W Age at Death: 4 Yrs. 1 Mo. 14 Da. B.P.: D.P.: Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. F. Pieper Spouse: F.: M.: Cause of Death: Pg. #: v.1 p.206

KRAHN, DAU. OF FRITZ From Der Nord Westen, 21 July 1887: Death in Wausau Sat. night of the little daughter of Mr. Fritz Krahn, son-in-law of Mr. Anton Lill from Manitowoc. Burial was Wed. in the Catholic Cemetery.

KRAINEK, SON OF STEPHAN From Der Nord Westen, 12 Feb. 1891: Death on Fri. last week of a son of Stephan Krainek of Two Creeks. The body was laid to rest on Sunday.

KRAINIK, MRS. J. From Der Nord Westen, 01 Dec. 1904: Mrs. J. Krainik in Kellnersville died last week and was buried Sunday.

KRAMMLICH, JOHN OLD RESIDENT OF ST. NAZIANZ DEAD John Krammlich, one of the oldest residents of St. Nazianz, is dead at the advanced age of 88. Mr. Krammlich was familiarly known as the house father of the old convent and was one of the first settlers at St. Nazianz where he had resided for more than a half a century. The funeral was held from St. Ambrose church. Manitowoc Herald News, Manitowoc, Wis. February 19, 1920 P. 1

KRANT, MR. Kellnersville news: Mr. Krant one of the oldest settlers of Franklin was buried at Maple Grove on Christmas Day. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, December 30, 1884 P.2 ********* This appears to also be Mr. Kraut in another page in the paper.

KRANZ, MRS. ALBER (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 28 Sept.) Death of the wife of Alber Kranz last week. She is survived by her husband and 4 little children. Burial took place last Sun. in the Polish Catholic Church Cemetery. Der Nord Westen, 01 Oct. 1891

KRANZYUN, MRS. At the age of 83 years, Mrs. Kranzyun, an inmate of the local asylum, died Thursday. She had been a sufferer and had been cared for at the asylum many years. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Friday, March 8, 1901 P. 2 ******** Death in the local mental facility on Thurs. of 83-yr. old Mrs. Kranzyun who had been in that facility for several years. Der Nord Westen, 14 Mar. 1901

KRAUSE, FREDRICH Death of 75-year old Fredrich Krause on Tues., 15 June in Town Kossuth. The deceased leaves a widow and several grown children. His funeral will take place today, Thursday. Der Nord Westen, 17 June 1886

KRAUT, MR. Kellnersville Mr. Kraut, one of the oldest settlers of Franklin, was buried at Maple Grove on Christmas Day. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Dec. 30, 1884 page 7 ******** This appears to also be Mr. Krant in another page in the paper.

KRAYCAREK, MRS. From Der Nord Westen, 12 July 1900: Joseph Hodek of Cooperstown will be delivered to the mental facility in a few days. His sister, Mrs. Kraycarek, about whose mental illness we recently reported, died before she would be taken to Oshkosh. (May be in Grejcarek in cem. #18)

KREISEL WENZEL From Der Nord Westen, 03 June 1880: Death by suicide of Wenzel Kreisel in the evening of 31 May in Mishicott. The deceased, age 47, died of a self inflicted gunshot to the head. "No relatives here".

KREJAREK, LESTER Lester R. Krejarek, 59, of 1357 Hubbard Circle, Manitowoc, died unexpectedly, Friday, Jan. 24, at Holy Family Medical Center, Manitowoc. Mr. Krejarek was born March 21, 1926 in the Town of Franklin, Manitowoc County, son of the late Fred and Emma Havlichek Krejarek. He married the former Berenece Lorrigan on Feb. 18, 1950 at St. Patrick Catholic Church, Maple Grove. Mr. Krejarek was employed at Invincible Metal Furniture Co., retiring in 1979. He was also employed at the former Mel's Surf and Turf Supper Club. Mr. Krejarek was a member of the United States Army serving in World War II, Amvet Post Number 99 and VFW Post No. 659, both of Manitowoc and also a member of Fraternal Order of Eagles, No. 706. Survivors include his wife, Berenece; a son and daughter-in-law, Keith and Lorie Krejarek of Green Bay; two daughters and a son-in-law, Bonnie and Richard Evertsen of Port Washington and Ms. Shari Krejarek of Manitowoc; a sister, Mrs. Gordon (Viola) Popelar of Manitowoc and two granddaughters, Michelle and Jennifer Evertsen. Private family funeral services were held. Pfeffer Funeral Home of Manitowoc assisted the family with arrangements. Manitowoc Herald Times, Mon., Jan. 27, 1986 page 3

KREJCAREK, MARY CATHERINE The infant daughter, Mary Catherine, of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Krejcarek, 2314 Monroe street, Two Rivers, died Friday night at the Two Rivers municipal hospital. Funeral services were held this morning from the Klein and Stangel, Inc., funeral home in Two Rivers. Manitowoc Herald Times, Saturday, March 25, 1944 P.2 ******* (Note: Emil and Catherine Krejcarek are in St. Joseph cemetery at Kellnersville, possible parents of this child)

KREJCI, JOHN Mishicott news: A young man named John Kratshe about twenty-one years of age, died of heart disease, November 29, 1881. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, December 13, 1881 P. 4 ****** (Note: From co. death index: John Krejci/d. Dec. 1, 1881 (v.3 p.23) This may be the young man.

KREMANIK, JOSEPH Name: Kremanik, Joseph D.: 6/12/1878 B.: Reg. D.: 12/28/1878 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 10 Wks. B.P.: Franklin, Mtwc. Co. D.P.: Franklin Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. Jos. Maly Spouse: F.: M.: Cause of Death: Add Info.: Farmer's son Pg. #: v.1 p.285

KRESL, ANNA Name: Kresl, Anna D.: 8/7/1877 B.: Reg. D.: 12/21/1877 Sex: F/W Age at Death: 77 Yrs. B.P.: D.P.: Mish. Cem.: Mish. Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. Adalbert Apin Spouse: Anthony Kresl F.: M.: Cause of Death: Pg. #: v.1 p.235

KRESS, GORDON B. Gordon B. Kress, 75, of 22 E. Fremont St., Kiel, died Tuesday, August 8, 2006 at St. Nicholas Hospital, Sheboygan after a short illness. He was born August 28, 1930 in Cleveland, son of the late Norbert and Roma Hartfield Kress. Gordon attended Cleveland area schools. He was a veteran of the US Army serving his country in Okinawa, Japan. On August 21, 1954 he married LuAnn Leonard at Trinity Lutheran Church, Kiel. On January 23, 1981 he married Eleanor Anderson. Eleanor preceded him in death on September 3, 1995. Gordon worked for Kohler Co. from 1954-1965, Manitowoc Co. Highway Dept. from 1965-1974 and retired from Grede Foundries, Kingsford, MI on August 28, 1992. The past 10 years he had been a caretaker at Millview Apartments, Kiel. He was a member of Kiel VFW Post 6707 and a former member of the Cleveland VFW. (Survivors omitted for privacy.) He was preceded in death by two sons, Timmy & Alen and two brothers, Ralph & Jerome. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Friday, August 11, 2006 at Meiselwitz-Vollstedt Funeral Home, 815 6th St. Kiel with the Rev. Sara Morse officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 9:00 a.m. until the time of service. The Sheboygan Press August 10, 2006

KREY, CHILD OF RICHARD From Der Nord Westen, 20 Apr. 1905: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 17 Apr.) A small child of Richard Krey died and was buried Fri. from the Catholic Church. ******** (NOTE: A Richard Krey is in cem #89B/this is probably either Hildegard or Walter, both are on the 1900 census for Two Rivers)

KRIEDENMANN, WILHELM SR. From Der Nord Westen, 09 Feb. 1905: Wilhelm Kriedenmann, Sr., an elderly settler near Collins, died there on Friday.

KRIWAREK, HELENA Name: Kriwarek, Helena D.: 10/13/1878 B.: Reg. D.: 12/28/1878 Sex: F/W Age at Death: 7 Yrs. B.P.: D.P.: Gibson Cem.: Coop. Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. Jos. Maly Spouse: F.: Anton Kriwarek M.: Anna Kriwarek Cause of Death: Add Info.: Farmer's daughter Pg. #: v.1 p.291

KRIZINSKI JOSEPH From Der Nord Westen, 26 June 1879: Death by drowning in the Manitowoc River of 9-year old Joseph Krizinski on Tues. evening, 24 June. He was the son of August Krizinski. He was missed on Tues. evening, but his body was not found until Wed. morning. It is believed he wanted to fish in the river and fell in.

KROENIG, REINHOLD From Der Nord Westen, 28 Mar. 1889: Death of the 9 mo. old son of Reinhold Kroenig in Reedsville (no date given.) The burial took place on Wed.

KROFTA, JOSEPHINE AGED RESIDENT OF ZANDER IS CALLED BY DEATH Ill for three weeks, the first illness she had experienced in 86 years of life, Mrs. Josephine Krofta, pioneer resident of the county, passed away at the home of her son Anton at Zander Wednesday. Up until three weeks ago Mrs. Krofta had enjoyed unusually robust health but during that period had declined rapidly. Funeral servies will be held Saturday morning from the home to St. Mary's Catholic church at Tisch Mills at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Krofta is survived by the one son with whom she made her home and two daughters, Mrs. Michael Klein, of Chicago and Mrs. Antonia Graycarek, of Zander. Six death takes another of the early settlers who helped to develop Manitowoc county. Manitowoc Herald News, Thursday, July 24, 1930 P. 2 ******* (1920 Gibson census: Anton Krofta age 43; mother Josephine age 75 widow) (Note: I don't show Josephine on any earlier census)

KROMFORST, MR. W. From Der Nord Westen, 07 Oct. 1909: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 05 Oct.) Mr. W. Kromforst died Friday in his home near Kings Bridge and was buried Monday in Francis Creek with a large funeral. He leaves several grown children. (Note: Have a Josef Kronforst in #38 but no W. Kromforst)

KRUEGER, SON OF C. (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 26 Dec.) Death last Tues. of the 12-yr. old son of C. Krueger here from diphtheria, with burial that night. To avoid spread of the disease the school was closed for a week and the children enjoyed an extra week of vacation. Der Nord Westen, 28 Dec. 1905 ******** (Per notice, death was Tues. 19 Dec./ Death index/Dec. 18, 1905/Henry Krueger/co. death index v.8 p.5)

KRUEGER, CARRIE MRS. BERNHARD KRUEGER Mrs. Bernhard Krueger who died from an attack of heart trouble at her home near Potters last Monday was buried at the First Lutheran church near Valders of which she had been an earnest and devoted member. Deceased who was before her marriage Miss Carrie Gilbertson, was born in Norway and for several years during her early life lived in the town of Eaton removing later to the town of Rantoul when she was married to Bernhard Krueger, thirty-six years ago. She was of a gentle disposition a devoted mother and loving wife and leaves beside her husband, three sons, one daughter and five grand- children. She is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Klein of Rantoul and Mrs. Otto Olson of Valders and two brothers, Carl Gilbertson of Rantoul and Otis? Gilbertson of Shawano county. Manitowoc Herald News, Tuesday, April 03, 1928 Page 11 ******* (Potter, Wisconsin is in Calumet county)

KRUEGER, CHRISTINE DIED – May 8th inst. At the home of August Krueger in Rockland, Mrs. Christine Krueger, aged 84 years. She was the mother of seven sons, who all were gallant soldiers in the war of rebellion. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tues., May 27, 1884 page 3 ******* (Note: Christine is on the 1870 Rockland census with husband, Christian, both age 68. There is a Christian buried at Rockland Cemetery (#75) but no listing for Christine.)

KRUEGER, MRS. GOTTFRIED From Der Nord Westen, 12 May 1887: Death of the wife of Mr. Gottfried Krueger in Reedsville last Sat. The funeral took place Tuesday.

KRUEGER, MRS. GUST Mrs. Gust Krueger who died at the home of her daughter Mrs. Ed Reinke, was held Friday from the Rockland Ev. Emmanuel church, Rev. C.W. Schlueter officiating. Manitowoc Herald News, Saturday, June 02, 1928 Page 11

KRUEGER, INFANT OF WALTER Notes from Reedsville: The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krueger died Sunday morning and was buried Tuesday. Manitowoc Pilot, Thurs., Mar. 24, 1921 ********** (1920 Reedsville census: Walter age 24; wife Mary 26; Joseph 4; Henry 10/12) (Note: Joseph and Henry are on the 1930 census, so this must have been a child born between June 1920 and Mar. 1921/ Walter is in St. Johns, Reedsville and Mary is in St. Mary, Reedsville)

KRUEGER, JOACHIM From Der Nord Westen, 28 Aug. 1890: Death of 72 yr. old Joachim Krueger in Mishicott today. The deceased, who came to Mishicott about 10 yrs. ago, leaves a wife and 8 children.

KRUEGER, MARTIN From Der Nord Westen, 02 Mar. 1899: Death Sat. of 76-yr. old Martin Krueger in Reedsville where he had been a long time resident.

KRUEGER, MRS. F. From Der Nord Westen, 08 Apr. 1909: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 30 Mar.) The condition of Mrs. F. Krueger, who suffered a stroke last week, is considered hopeless and her passing is expected any day. (Note: May be Wilhelmine in cem. #63)

KRUMMREI, ELISE From Der Nord Westen, 19 Mar. 1896: (From the correspondent in Centerville, 17 Mar.) Death Sat., 14 Mar., of Elise Krummrei, youngest daughter of Wilhelm Krummrei, of measles. The burial was Mon. afternoon at the Lutheran Cemetery in Centerville, conducted by Pastor Sprengling.

KRUMREICH, WILHELMINE From Der Nord Westen, 28 Nov. 1895: (From the correspondent in Centerville, 26 Nov.) Death 13 Nov. of Mrs. Wilhelmine Krumreich at age 38. She leaves her husband and 10 children, the oldest of whom is 16. Burial was in the Lutheran Cemetery with Pastor Sprengling delivering the funeral sermon.

KUBA, MRS From Der Nord Westen, 06 Feb. 1902: Death Tues. of Mrs. Kuba in St. Mary's Hospital where she had been a patient for several years. ******** Mrs. Kuba, an aged inmate of St. Mary’s hospital, died this morning. She was a resident of this section a long time and has for a number of years been a charge of the hospital. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, February 04, 1902, Page 1 ******** (Death index/Barbara Kuba/Feb 03 1902/co. death index v.7 p.38)

KUBASKA, ROSA Death Sun. of 72-yr. old Mrs. Rosa Kubaska in the local St. Mary's Hospital. The funeral was held Tues. morning. Der Nord Westen, 18 Apr. 1901

KUBATSKY, MARY A Polish woman named Mary Kubatsky died very suddenly on Tuesday last from heart disease. Her husband and son went to work in the morning and when they returned at noon found her dead. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tues., July 5, 1887 page 3

KUBATSKY, SON OF JOSEPH An 11-1/2 mo. old son of Joseph Kubatsky died Thurs. last week of child cholera. The funeral took place Sat. at the Polish Cemetery. Der Nord Westen, 03 Sept. 1896 ******** (Per notice, death was 27 Aug./ Death index/Joseph Kubatsky/Aug. 27, 1896/co. death index v.5 p.17)

KUBITZ, MARIE R. Marie R. Kubitz, age 93, of 4815 River Heights Drive, Manitowoc, died Monday afternoon, February 17, 1997, at Holy Family Memorial Medical Center. She was born July 15, 1903, in Iowa, daughter of the late Albert and Mabel Wallace Morris. She attended Appleton schools and Lawrence College. Marie married Gerhardt C. Kubitz on June 19, 1926 and the couple celebrated 70 years of marriage in 1996. They settled in Manitowoc after their marriage and Mr. Kubitz preceded her in death November 26, 1996. She enjoyed sewing, painting, and golf and had taught sewing for 10 years at the Vocational School. Marie was a member of St. Paul United Methodist Church, Branch River Country Club and had served on the Manitowoc Girl Scout Council. Survivors include one daughter and son-in-law, Carolyn and Jim Emerson, Hagerstown, Md; two sons and daughters-in-law, Jack and Marie Kubitz, Manitowoc, Chuck and Carolyn Kubitz, Westfield Center, Ohio; four grandchildren, Lynn (Rick) Bloom, Kirk (Shelly) Noonan, Kim (Tom) Sockman, Kathy (Jim) Ciao; two great-grandson, Brett Bloom and Chris Finster; one step great-grandson, Ryan. She was also preceded in death by one brother, Lloyd Morris. In accordance with Marie's wishes, a private family memorial service will be held at a later date. Memorials would be appreciated to the Manitowoc Library Building Fund. The Pfeffer Funeral Home is serving the Kubitz family. Herald Times Reporter, February 19, 1997 P. A2

KUBRITZHSZK, JOHN John Kubritzhszk of Two Rivers committed suicide yesterday at that place by drowning. He was a single man with no known relatives, and as strongly addicted to drink, which together with poor health impelled him to the act. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, December 18, 1900, Page 3 ******** Two Rivers Man Who Took His Life Was Well Known Character John Cubicek, who committed suicide at Two Rivers Monday, was well known in this city, having spent considerable time here. He was formerly a resident of Tisch Mills and was at one time prosperous. A few months ago he broke his leg by falling from a wagon and was brought to the hospital here to be cared for at expense of the city. The Two Rivers Chronicle says: "He was quite an old man and was much addicted to drink. No one knew of his suicide or of his intention to end his own life, but Monday afternoon the finding of an overcoat and cap under the south approach of Washington street bridge which were identified as his caused the truth to be at once suspected. It took but a short time to find his body over which an inquest was held and a verdict of suicide rendered. The body was taken in charge and buried in the city. He was last seen alive about ? o'clock Monday morning. He was then crossing the bridge [and] was apparently on his way to the depot to take the morning train. It was Anton Bond, porter at the depot, who met him on the bridge. The journey he took was a long and distant one, but it was not by rail. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, December 19, 1900, Page 1 ********* (Per 1st notice, death was 17 Dec 1900/ Death index/John Geiberyek/Dec. 17, 1900/co. death record v.6 p. 318)

KUEBKE, MRS. FRED From Der Nord Westen, 04 June 1908: Death of Mrs. Fred Kuebke here, after an illness of only a few days, on Wednesday last week. The deceased, who was born 35 years ago in Cleveland, Ohio, is survived by her husband. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon.

KUEHL, SON OF HERMANN From Der Nord Westen, 05 Mar. 1896: Death in Two Rivers on Wed. last week, of the 15 mo. old son of Hermann Kuehl. ******** (Per notice, death was 26 Feb 1896/ Death index/Raemond Henry Johannes Kiel/Feb. 26, 1896/death index v.4 p.337)

KUEHN, CHAS. From the Files of the Pilot - Fifty Years ago (1865) Sudden and Melancholy Death It is with deep grief that we learn just as we go to press of the death of Hon. Chas. Kuehn, Banker, who suddenly expired in a fit of apoplexy Thursday morning at his residence between here and Two Rivers. He have not time to say much on this melancholy occasion, nor have we the inclination, so sudden is the announcement. Yesterday he was among us in full health and strength. Today he is a corpse. He was a good man and held prominent positions in County and State affairs, at one time being State Treasurer. We shall miss him from our midst. Manitowoc Pilot, Thurs., Sept. 23, 1915

KUEHNE, MARGARETHE Death again paid a visit to the family of Mr. Holzschuh in Newton, this time claiming Mrs. Margarethe Kuehne, who was the mother of Mrs. Holzschuh. The death occurred Fri., 23 Mar. Mrs. Kuehne was born 03 May 1820 in Niederbieben, Kreis Biedonkops, Hesse-Darmstadt, thus reaching 74 yrs. of age. The funeral took place Mon. at the cemetery near Weyer’s place. Der Nord Westen, 29 Mar. 1894 ********* First Publication May 10, 1894. STATE OF WISCONSIN, COUNTY COURT FOR MANITOWOC COUNTY. In the matter of the estate of Margarethe Kuehne, deceased.-In Probate. On reading and filing the petition of John Kuehne of Newton in said county, representing among other things that said Margarethe Kuehen, an inhabitant of said county, on the 23d day of March A.D. 1894, at Newton aforesaid, died intestate, leaving estate to be administered, and said petitioner is a son of said deceased, and praying that administration of said estate be to said petitioner granted. It is ordered: That said petition be heard, at a regular term of said county court, to be held on Tuesday the 5th day of June 1894, at 10 o'clock A.M., at the office of the county judge in the city of Manitowoc, in said county. And it is further ordered: That notice of the time and place of said hearing be given by publication hereof for three successive weeks, once each week, previous to the time of said hearing in the Manitowoc Post, a newspaper published in said Manitowoc county. Dated at Manitowoc, May 9, A.D. 1894. By the Court: F.E. Manseau, County Judge. Manitowoc Post, Thursday, May 17, 1894 P. 8

KUGLER, HEINRICH From Der Nord Westen, 29 Aug 1907: Death of Heinrich Kugler, a son of Adolph Kugler in Manitowoc, following a brain illness of only 10 days duration. The deceased was a well thought of gentleman of 41 who lived with his parents. This is the second death in the Kugler family in the space of a few months. The funeral was held Sunday.

KUHL, JOSEPH Name: Kuhl, Joseph D.: 8/5/1877 B.: Reg. D.: 12/21/1877 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 3 Yrs. B.P.: D.P.: Franklin, Kewaunee Co. Cem.: Mishicot Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. Adalbert Apin Spouse: F.: Thomas Kuhl M.: Mary Kuhl Cause of Death: Pg. #: v.1 p.235

KUHL MRS. Death notice in Der Nord Westen, 11 May 1882 The mother of Mr. M. Kuhl died. Burial took place this morning. ********* (From death index/May 09, 1882/Maria Kuhl/co. death index v.3 p.115)

KUHN, GEORGE Name: Kuhn, George D.: 12/9/1876 B.: 1828 Reg. D.: 12/29/1876 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 48 Yrs. B.P.: Wurtenburg D.P.: Two Creeks Cem.: Tn. Mish. Ch.: Inf. & Address: Louis H. Truettner J.P. Spouse: F.: Peter Kuhn M.: Rosalia Kuhn Cause of Death: Typhoid Fever Pg. #: v.1 p.218

KULANDA, ANNA From Manitowoc Pilot, Jan. 23, 1879 - Died in this city on Monday, Jan. 20th, 1879, Mrs. Anna Kulanda, aged 89 years.

KUMBALEK, CATHERINE Reedsville news: The funeral of Mrs. Catherine Kumbalek who died at St. Mary’s Home at Manitowoc on Saturday and whose remains were brought to the Shimon undertaking parlors on Saturday afternoon, was held from there to the St. Mary’s Catholic church where mass and services for the dead were read by the pastor, Rev. Father Kalisek. Burial was in the Catholic cemetery. The deceased was a devout member of St. Mary’s church and St. Ann’s society, members of which attended the funeral in a body. The deceased had obtained the ripe old age of 95 years and up to about a year ago, lived alone in her little home in Rockland. Falling by accident, she suffered a broken hip and was then taken to Holy Family hospital and later removed to St. Mary’s home where she died. Manitowoc Herald News, Wednesday, January 9, 1929

KUMBALIC, MARY The funeral of the late Mrs. Mary Kumbalic was held at St. Mary’s church Tuesday morning. Last spring, she fell at her home in Rockland, breaking her leg and since then, has been in a hospital at Manitowoc. She was about 95 years of age. Manitowoc Times, Wednesday, January 9, 1929

KUMINSKY, CARL Death on the Rail A Section Hand at Manitowoc Killed by the Cars DANGERS OF THE RAIL (Special Dispatch to the Sentinel) Manitowoc, May 1 - Carl Kuminski, a section master on the Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western Railway, was accidentally run over and killed here this morning. Kuminski was walking on the track, and an outbound train attracting his attention, he did not hear the train backing down upon him until he was knocked down. An engine and three cars passed over him. Milwaukee Daily Sentinel, May 02, 1882, pg. 8, col A

KUNZ, CHILD OF AUGUST From Der Nord Westen, 28 Sep. 1905: A small child of August Kunz in Two Rivers died Mon. of convulsions. (Per notice, death was 25 Sep./from death index/Sep 25, 1905/ Aug. Krenz Jr./co. death index v.7 p.365) Note: August Krenz on 1900 Two Rivers census/Krentz on 1910 Two Rivers census.

KUNZ, MRS. LEOPOLD From Der Nord Westen, 20 Aug. 1896: (From the correspondent in Mishicott, 18 Aug.) Death on 06 Aug. in Town Gibson of Mrs. Leopold Kunz, of old age. She was born 27 Jan. 1807, in the Province of Posen, Kingdom of Prussia, thus reaching the age of 90. She married in 1851 (as a widow) to her surviving husband, Mr. Leopold Kunz. She came to America with her family in 1869 and lived uninterruptedly in this township since then. She is survived by her husband and by 4 children of her 1st marriage; Adolph and Robert Guse, and 2 unmarried daughters. The funeral took place the following Sat. in the Mishicott Cemetery with a large attendance.

KURTH, AUGUST From Der Nord Westen, 06 July 1899: August Kurth, a well-known resident of Reedsville, fell dead from a stroke on Tues. at age 50. (Per notice Tuesday was July 4. From death index/Fred Kurth/July 4, 1899/ co. death index v.6 p.174/There is a Friedrich Kurth d. July 3, 1899 in cem. #53, St. John-St. James in Reedsville)

KURTH, LIESE From Der Nord Westen, 25 Apr. 1907: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 22 Apr.) Liese Kurth died Saturday and was buried today. She was 40 and unmarried. Her large funeral was held from the Catholic Church.

KURTZWELLY, JACOB FATAL CASE OF STABBING. Jacob Kurzwelly was stabbed at the Franklin Hall on Thursday night by C.F. Rosserse?uauer and died instantly. We learn that there had been some difficulty between the two but shall forbear commenting upon the circumstances of this unfortunate affair. The deceased had a wife and 4 young children and was about 35 years of age of ordinarily quiet disposition. A coroners inquest was held on Friday morning and a verdict of wilful murder rendered against the accused who surrendered himself to the authorities. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, September 16, 1854 P. 6 ******** Fatal Stabbing- On Thursday night about 11 o'clock, Jacob Kurtzwelly was stabbed in the side by Charles Rosstauscher, inflicting a wound of which he instantly died. The event occurred in front of Franklin Hall, on Franklin street. Rosstauscher is in the custody of Sheriff Van Valkenburgh, and an examination was commenced on Friday morning before Justice Reuter. We shall publish the testimony as soon as it can be obtained and until then we forbear making any comments. Manitowoc Herald 1854 September 23 page 2 column 1 ********* The Stabbing Case- A Coroner's Jury was summoned on Friday by Justice Reuter, to view the body of Jacob Kurzwelly, who brought the verdict of wilful murder against Chas. Rosstauscher. On the examination it was proven that Rosstauscher, was seen to stab the deceased, and that at the time it occurred the two men had each other by the throat. The prisoner was fully committed and sent in charge of the officers to the Sheboygan jail to await his trial. In the mean time we do not deem it any part of our duty to allude to any of the rumors afloat, or to give any statements that may lead to prejudice one way or the other, until the sworn testimony becomes the property of the public. Manitowoc Herald 1854 September 30 page 3, column 1 ******** The Circuit Court commenced its regular Session on Thursday last. The case of Charles Rosstauscher charged with killing Jacob Kurtzwelly was brought to a close on Tuesday, and the Jury after an absence of three hours returned a verdict of acquittal. The trial has created much interest, and the Court room has been crowded most of the time. The charge of Judge Gersline was an able one, and during its delivery the room was as silent as the chambers of death. We were not present during the whole of the trial and shall not venture to comment upon the verdict further than to state that there were reasonable grounds of doubt, and we can readily believe that this was in favor of the accused, as it should be. The Jury were men who fully realized the responsibility which rested upon them, and their (next sentence is unreadable) effect upon the community may be unfavorable, there is no reason for supposing that any other jury would under the same circumstances have given a different verdict. The history of the case is one which should be a caution to those who carry deadly weapons, and a lesson of prudence to all, for though there may be reason to believe that the killing was in this instance to some extent justifiable, yet none will deny that the quarrel was a foolish one and that its consequences have produced a result which all must deplore. One of the parties a man of herculean frame is struck down in the pride of manhood and conscious strength, one instant alive and in the enjoyment of health; the next gasping in the agonies of expiring dissolution; the other shut up for months in the damp prison cell, away from the free air of Heaven, and with no companion, save the omnipresent fiend of remorse, his mind burdened with anxiety for the future, and his health and energies wasting under the torture of his situation. The testimony will be reported for the Tribune by one of the members of the Bar and we shall publish the most important parts of it. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, March 29, 1855 P. 3 ******** A MOB-ALMOST! GREAT EXCITEMENT TRIUMPH OF LAW AND ORDER. Our village was last evening the scene of what had nearly been a tragedy worthy of the early days of California. The cause of the outbreak was the arrest of C.F. Rosstausher on a charge of rape upon a married woman. The excited populace principally German were determined to lynch him, but the daring and judicious conduct of the officers who had the prisoner in charge, and persuasions of some of the bystander, induced them to forego their purpose at the moment when chance had placed their intended victim in their hands. Rosstausher was tried on April last for murder, stabbing of Jacob Kurtzwelly ?? ?????? escaped be??? ???? the occasion of his arrest at the time and though he was accquitted, there were those of his countrymen who feel ???? him guilty of wilful murder and their ??????? has doubbtless op?tated in fanning the popular flame on this occasion. After an examination before Esq. Reuter, the prisoner was bound over on $1000 bond for his appearance at court and com??atte in default. As he was going down the stairs of the Court Room, a rush was made and the officers and prisoner were in the midst of a crowd of excited men, who were evidently thirsting for blood. In the melee the prisoner was thrown to the floor, and officer Carpenter received a severe kick in the chest, but succeeded in reaching the door, and when they passed our office were evidently making time that would be disgrace to 20-40 nag just starting on his first heat. They were followed by the crowd, some of them hooting and yelling for others to "come on." Others crossed the ice below the bridge and headed them off, but as they were about to pounce upon their prey, the officer drew a revolver and protested that he would drop the first who laid hands upon him, and before the mob had recovered from their surprise at his coolness, he had him in a place of safety, and it required but little persuasion to induce them to quietly disperse. Whatever may be the need of condemnation awarded to the individual object of this outbreak, we cannot forego the expression of our gratification at the complete triumph of law and order, for such we consider it. The law a pail?dom con?ine the antidote to every social evil, if it does not we have the power which the people of no other contry possess, we can change our laws when they are inefficient or unoperative. We sincerely hope that it will be long before we shall have occasion to chronicle the disgrace which will attach itself to our beautiful Village, when the overwrought passions of the human heart shall expand themselves in lawless deeds of violence. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, March 8, 1856 P. 1

KUTZNIK, ALBERT A. KUTZNIK DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS Well Known Resident Passes Away at the Hospital Albert Kutznik, a well known resident of the city for many years, died at the Holy Family hospital this morning after a long illness, death being due to dropsy. Mr. Kutznik was for years employed as a delivery man for a local brewery. He was 53 years of age and a native of Germany, having located here years ago. Four children survive Mr. Kutznik, being Adolar, of Wausau; Mrs. G. Hosnik, this city; Frank of Racine and Walter of this city. The funeral will be held Friday morning from St. Boniface church. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, January 06, 1915, Page 5