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Name: Maack, Maria
D.: 6/27/1869
B.: 10/23/1806
Reg. D.: 7/7/1869
Sex: F/W
Age at Death: 62 Yrs. 8 Mo. 4 Da.
B.P.: Hellscher, Holstein
D.P.: Mtwc.
Cem.: Evergreen
Inf. & Address: M. H. Quehl
Spouse: Heinrich Maack
F.: ------ Meyer
M.: ------ Meyer
Cause of Death: Inflammation of bowels
Pg. #: v.1 p.6

MAAS, CHILD OF MR. FRANK The six-weeks old child of Mr. Frank Maas died last Thursday and was buried on Friday afternoon. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, January 24, 1882 P. 1 ********* (County death index: Frank Maas d. Jan. 14, 1882-state microfiche - this might be the child in the obituary) (Per obituary, "last Thursday" was January 19)

MACK, AUGUSTUS From the Manitowoc Herald, 26 May 1859: Augustus Mack died at Manitowoc Rapids, son of Calamus Mack.

MACK, DAU. OF HARRY From Der Nord Westen, 06 Apr. 1905: Death Thurs. morning last week of the 3-yr. old daughter of Harry Mack here after a short illness. The funeral took place Friday.

MADIGAN, TOM Tom Madigan, a former Centerville farmer, met death by drowning at Hayward, Wis. His remains were brought to Cleveland for Burial. Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, Thursday, Feb. 27, 1919 page 6 ********* News of the drowning at Hayward of Tom Madigan, a former resident of Cleveland, has been announced. Other than that Mr. Madigan was drowned Saturday and that the body has been recovered no details have been received and a brother, Joseph is at Hayward to bring the remains to Cleveland for burial. Mr. Madigan was a farmer and for a number of years had made his home near Hayward. He was 64 years of age and was well known at Cleveland where he lived until a few years ago. It is expected the funeral will be held from the home of his brother, Joseph Madigan at Cleveland today. Sheboygan Press, Feb. 27, 1919 page 6 ********* (Could find no confirmation that he was buried in Centerville. But did find this: All Hayward was shocked Saturday when it was learned that Thomas Madigan had drowned during the noon hour in the Namakagon river. It appears that Mr. Madigan had gone to the river for a load of ice. A crew of men working on the landing on returning from their dinner noticed the team but could not see any one around. Their suspicions being aroused went down on the ice to investigate and there found a hat and one mitten floating about on the surface of the waer. As the water was clear, they plainly could see a body lying at the bottom. It was immediately brought to the surface and identified as that of Mr. Madigan. It is presumed that while he was attempting to break the cakes of ice apart, he plunged into the water after an attack of heart failure. Thomas Madigan was 67 years of age, being born at sea while his parents were enroute from Ireland to this country. His early life was passed at Manitowoc. His is survived by his wife, of Minneapolis, and three sons, Mike of Seattle and George and Earl of Iowa; two brothers, Mike of Manitowoc and Joseph of Superior; five sisters, Mrs. Sullivan of Manitowoc, Mrs. Landon and Mrs. Lyons of Chicago and Mrs. Gries and Mrs. Liebert of Menomonie. Funeral services were held at the St. Joseph's Catholic Church Wednesday morning, Rev. Father Habraken officiating. Relatives attending the funeral were his wife of Minneapolis, sons George and Earl of Iowa, brother Mike and sister, Mrs. Sullivan, both of Manitowoc. To those who knew Mr. Madigan best, there is little doubt that the outstanding feature of his character was his true love for his boys. He was a man well liked by all who knew him--a man who dismissed the mistakes and failures of yesterday with a laugh, convinced that everything would come out all right. Malice nor revenge found no place in his philosophy of life. He was reconciled to the will of that high power which he had always recognized and respected. The community extends sympathy to the bereaved relatives in their hour of grief. Sawyer County Record Feb. 27. 1919 ******** (Note: Located Thomas Madigan on the 1870 Town of Meeme Census with parents, Michael and Catherine. He was 16 at the time. Parents and brother, Michael are buried in St. Isidore, Meeme twp. but could not find Thomas there or in any Town of Centerville Cemetery.)

MAERTZ, WILBUR Wilbur Maertz, 69, of 1422 S. 35th St., Manitowoc, died Tuesday at Holy Family Hospital, Manitowoc. Mr. Maertz was born Apr. 13, 1904, at Reedsville, son of the late John and Alvina Jantz Maertz. He attended Reedsville schools. He married Isabel Folletz Nov. 23, 1922, at Manitowoc. They resided at Manitowoc since, celebrating their golden wedding anniversary in 1972. Mr. Maertz was a painter at Manitowoc Shipbuilding Inc., for 28 years, retiring in 1969. He was a member of the Boilermakers Union Local No. 443 and Manitowoc Senior Citizens. Survivors include his wife, five sons, and six daughters; a brother, Hubert, of Burbank, Calif., a sister, Mrs. Viola Cook, of Milwaukee; 32 grandchildren and a great grandchild. Two brothers and a sister preceded him in death. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to the United Cancer Fund. The body will be cremated. Jens Funeral Home, Manitowoc, is in charge of arrangements. Herald Times Reporter, Manitowoc-Two Rivers, Wis. October 24, 1973

MAGUIRE, MARGARET Mrs. Capt. Peter Mulholland and daughter Alice, of Milwaukee, who were called here by the death of the former's mother, Mrs. Margaret MaGuire, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mulholland. They will return home to-morrow. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Friday, June 16, 1899 P.2 ******** Mrs. Margaret Maguire died at the City Hospital in this city on Wednesday morning aged 86. She was an old resident of the town of Manitowoc. Her death was easy as she seemed to have only gone to sleep. She was the mother of Mrs. Peter Mulholland of Milwaukee. Manitowoc Pilot, Thursday, June 15, 1899 P. 7 ******** (1860 Manitowoc city census: Margaret McGuire age 43; John age 22; Michael age 21; Margaret age 18; James age 16; Edward age 14; Anna age 12) (1870 census-didn't find family) (1880 Manitowoc twp. census: Margaretha McGuire age 63; son James age 33) ********* Name Margaret Gleason Maguire Event Type Death Event Date 1899 Event Place Manitowoc County, Wisconsin Residence Place Manitowoc, Wis. Gender Female Age 83 Marital Status Widowed Race W Occupation Retired Birth Date 1816 Birth Year (Estimated) 1816 Birthplace Tipiney, Ireland Burial Place Manitowoc, Wis. Cemetery St. Boniface Cem'y Father's Birthplace Ireland Mother's Birthplace Ireland Spouse's Name Edward Maguire Wisconsin, Death Records, 1867-1907 ****** Name Margaret Gleason Maguire Gender Female Burial Place Manitowoc, Wis. Death Date 14 Jun 1899 Death Place Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin Age 83 Birth Date 1816 Birthplace Tipeney, Irelend Occupation Retired Race White Marital Status Widowed Spouse's Name Edward Maguire Father's Birthplace Ireland Mother's Birthplace Ireland Wisconsin Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968

MAIER, DAU. OF FRANK From Der Nord Westen, 02 Aug. 1894: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 30 July) Death of the 1-yr. old child of Frank Maier of Range Line, last week. Burial was Fri. in the Polish Cemetery.

MAIER, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 23 Apr. (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 21 Apr.) Death on 18 Apr. of John Maier, an old Two Rivers settler. (Note: Have a Carl Meyer d. on this date in #89A)

MAKER, HENRY Henry Maker, owner of a local candy kitchen, has been missing for 10 days and no one knows what has become of him. His friends do not believe anything bad has happened, merely that he has done as he says, "Wenn das Geschäft nicht geht, gehe ich." (Loosely, "when business don't go, I go "). Der Nord Westen, 18 Dec. 1902 and Manitowoc Daily Herald, December 12, 1902 P. 2 ******** THREE WITHIN A MONTH Another Disappearance Reported, Henry Maker, Candy Butcher, Being Absent One. MISSING FOR SEVERAL DAYS Had Often Made Threat To Leave—Relatives Are Not Alarmed, Believing He Will Return In Time-Business Was Not a Success. New scenes and conditions have been sought by another Manitowoc man, the third to disappear within a month, Henry Maker, a well known candy butcher of the city, having departed for parts unknown. Maker has been numbered with the absent for several days and nothing has been heard from him. Relatives have no anxiety for his welfare, believing that he had planned he departure and that he will return in time. Numerous times within the past year he had threatened to make a change, being dissatisfied with the conditions here. Nothing is known of the present whereabouts of the absent man, although it is thought that he may be in Chicago or Milwaukee. Maker came here several years ago and engaged in business on a small scale. He is an experienced candy butcher and succeeded in building up a good patronage and from year to year extend his business gradually. For the past several months he had conducted a store on North Eighth street, but the trade did not meet his expectations and he was dissatisfied. He had made several attempts to locate a large business, but lack of finances was an obstacle he was unable to overcome. He had the reputation of manufacturing wholesome candies and for some time was alone in the field as far as conductng an exclusive candy kitchen. Recently two new kitchens have been opened and this was a source of anxiety to Maker who appreciated the fact that the city was too small to support the number. This is believed to have had a great deal to do with his determination to get out. The store is now in charge of Henry J. Pauli and has not been closed. Years ago Maker was wealthy and had considerable property in the state of Michigan, but mismanagement and reverses with which he met left him almost penniless and when he took up his home here he was without funds. It is reported that of late he had experienced financial difficulties. Another misfortune with which Maker was saddled was ill health and for many months during his early residence here he was afflicted with rheumatism and scarcely able to get about… Manitowoc Daily Herald, December 12, 1902 P.1 ****** (1900 Manitowoc census Ward 4: Henry Maker age 47, confectioner; wife Anna age 40; Della age 22; Myrtie age 21; Charles age 17; Glenn age 14; Bessie age 9; Hazel age 3) ******* (1905 Manitowoc state census: Henry Maker age 53; wife Anna age 47; Della age 27; Charles age 21; Glen age 19; Bessie age 13; Hazel age 8; Lern age 4) ******* (1910 Manitowoc census Ward 4; Anna Maker age 51; Charles age 26; Hazel age 13; Lee age 9) The surname is not on the Manitowoc 1920 census.

MALLANEY, JAMES From Der Nord Westen, 16 Apr. 1891: Sudden death of 67 yr. old James Mallaney in Town Maple Grove on Sunday

MALLICK, FANNIE From Der Nord Westen, 15 Aug. 1889: (From the correspondent in Kiel, 13 Aug.) The funeral of Mrs. Fannie Mallick took place today in the Catholic Cemetery of Kiel. She was the wife of Joseph Mallick of Sheboygan Falls and daughter of Jakob Eichner of here. She had lived with her husband on a farm in Sheboygan Falls. Their only child died last year. Mrs. Mallick was 28 yrs. old.

MALONEY, MARY Kellnersville news: Mrs. Patrick Maloney aged about 50 years died at her home in Cooperstown on Thursday Sept 24 after a lingering illness. Her funeral took place on Saturday and was largely attended. She leaves a kind husband and a number of friends to mourn her loss. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, October 6, 1885 P.1 ******* (1880 Cooperstown census: Patrick Maloney age 63; wife Mary age 45)

MALONEY, MARY Manitowoc news: Mrs. Mary Maloney, pioneer resident of Meeme and one of the oldest residents of the county, died at the hospital last week at the age of 90 years. Mrs. Maloney had made her home at the hospital here for fifteen years, her husband having died twenty years ago. Tri-County Record, Kiel Thursday, January 30, 1919 pg. 4

MALOY, DORIS AUDREY Doris Audrey Maloy, age 71, of 1912 Madison St., Manitowoc, died Saturday morning, May 20, 1995, at her residence. Funeral Services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, May 23, 1995, at Deja & Martin Funeral Chapels, Two Rivers. Rev. Bruce Bitter will officiate. Doris was (sic) April 6, 1924, at Oshkosh, daughter of the late Arthur and Mildred Ziegler Lloyd. She attended schools in Oshkosh. She was first married to Donald F. Hunke, he preceded her in death. She then married Lloyd Maloy, he also preceded her in death. She was a former member of Hillgrove Evangelist Church in Termo, Calif. She was a member of the Manitowoc Eagles Auxiliary. Survivors incldue four sons, Donald Terrance Hunke, Paris, Calif., Keith G. Hunke, Mesa, Ariz., Dale Lloyd Hunke, Waupun, Dennis Ray Hunke, Termo, Calif.; three daughters and two sons-in-law, Diane Jennings, Manitowoc, Beverley and Howard Corbisier, Manitowoc, Darlene and Leslie Steele, Paris, Calif., 19 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by five grandchildren. Friends may call at the Deja & Martin Funeral Chapels, Two Rivers, after 10 a.m. on Tuesday until the time of service. There will be no Monday evening visitation. Herald Times Reporter, May 22, 1995 P. A2

MANSEL, MARY Mrs. Mansel, an old lady of Two Rivers, died on Monday last. She had been bedridden for a long time and the only other inmate of the house was a son who was absent each day at his work. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, February 11, 1897 pg. 2 ******** 1897 Feb 08/MANSEL Mary 1897 Feb 08/MAUSIL Mary/v.5 p.50 "Manitowoc County Pre-1907 Death Index ******** Mary Mansel Wisconsin Deaths and Burials Name Mary Mansel Gender Female Burial Place Two Rivers, Wis. Death Date 08 Feb 1897 Death Place Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin Age 67 Birth Date 1830 Birthplace Bohemia Occupation Housewife Race White Marital Status Married Spouse's Name Anton Mansel Father's Name Chilis "Wisconsin Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968" citing Catholic Cemetery, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin

MANSNEST, WM. C. Name: Mansnest, Wm. C. D.: 4/9/1877 B.: Reg. D.: 12/27/1877 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 9 Mo. 3 Da. B.P.: D.P.: Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. F. Pieper Spouse: F.: George Mansnest M.: Maria Mansnest Cause of Death: Cramps Pg. #: v.1 p.238

MANZA, JOHN SR. From Der Nord Westen, 25 Aug. 1904: A terrible accident occurred at 5 p.m. Mon. near Taus in this county (near Franklin), in which a bull owned by John Manza, Jr., gored and killed John Manza, Sr.

MARKER, LARRY A. Larry A. Marker, age 49, of 1310 S. 39th St., Manitowoc, died unexpectedly Thursday morning, July 10, 1997, at Holy Family Memorial Medical Center. Funeral Services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, July 14, 1997, at St. Mary Catholic Church. Rev. Roman Zbieranski O.F.M. will officiate at the Mass of Christian Burial. Larry was born May 5, 1948, in Everett, Wash., son of the late Maurice and Virginia Crane Marker. He was a graduate of Lake Stevens High School, Lake Stevens, Wash., class of 1967. Following high School he served with the United States Army from 1968 until 1971, serving three years overseas in Europe. Larry married the former Teresa M. Rank July 3, 1974, in Nebraska. He started his employment with the Manitowoc Grey Iron Foundry for 17 years and he was the co-owner of Larry's Shell Station in Manitowoc until 1995. He was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, Teresa Marker, Manitowoc; one son, Jason Marker, at home; one brother, Curtis Marker, Washington state; four brothers-in-law and their Wives, Charles and Kris Rank, State of Washington, John and Linda Rank, Manitowoc, Paul and Jill Rank, St. Nazianz, Ronald and Judy Sweetman, Milwaukee; one god-son, Timothy Sweetman, Milwaukee; aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends also survive. He was also preceded in death by his father-in-law, Charles Rank, mother-in-law, Ethel (Rank) Sweetman, and a step-father-in-law, Eugene Sweetman. Friends may call at St. Mary Catholic Church from 8:30 a.m. Monday until the time of service. There will be no Sunday evening visitation. The Pfeffer Funeral Home, Manitowoc, is assisting the family with funeral arrangements. Herald Times Reporter, July 11, 1997 P. A2

MARODICK, DAU. OF MR. H. From Der Nord Westen, 23 May 1889: Death on Fri. of the 1 yr. 2 mo. old daughter of Mr. H. Marodick, a resident of Manitowoc's 3rd Ward. The funeral was Sun. at the Catholic cemetery. ******** No burial located Death index: 1889 May 17/MROTEK Floriana

MAROTEK SIMON From Der Nord Westen, 24 July 1879: Death of Simon Marotek last Saturday in an accident at work. He leaves a wife and two small children. ******* Death index: 1879 Jul 19/MROTEK Simon/co. death index v.2 p.84 No burial located.

MARQUARD, CARL FR. AUG. Name: Marquard, Carl Fr. Aug. D.: 2/27/1876 B.: Reg. D.: 12/27/1876 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 14 Yrs. 6 Mo. 4 Da. B.P.: D.P.: Cem.: Ch.: Inf. & Address: Rev. F. Pieper Spouse: F.: M.: Cause of Death: Consumption Pg. #: v.1 p.207

MARR, HELEN From the Manitowoc Herald, 31 Oct 1857: Miss Helen Marr died in Manitowoc.

MARR, JANE From the Manitowoc Herald, 15 Sep 1855: Jane Marr died, daughter of Maurice Marr.

MARTENS, CLARA Notes From Branch: Clara L. the oldest daughter of Mr. Fred Martens, died last week Monday aged 15 years. She was convalescing after a severe attack of measles, took cold, with the result above mentioned. It is seldom we are called upon to mourn for one more dearly beloved by all than Clara. Bright, sunshiny and cheerful, she will be greatly missed by her schoolmates, and by all with whom she came in daily contact. The funeral was held at the Lutheran church and was largely attended. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, April 1, 1897 pg. 2 ******** Notes From Branch: In commemoration of our dear friend Clara Martens: Clara is sleeping, sweetly sleeping In her low and silent bed, Where she feels no pain or sorrow. She is sleeping, the sleep of the dead. Do you wish to wake her, loved ones, Take her from her rest with God, Back on earth to journey onward On the path your feet have trod? No, I think, though 'tis lonely; Kneel and kiss the chastening rod, Saying, "Not as I wish to have it But as thou hast, Oh! my god." We a rugged road must travel But we too must reach that geal. Check the tears that you would lavish Think how happy is her soul. She but went to meet the others Who have crossed some time before. Now she is with other loved ones Waiting till we too come o'er. So while on earth we must yet linger And temptations they will come, Shun them till by God we're summoned Then we'll meet our darling one. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, April 22, 1897 pg. 2

MARTEL, HARIET From Der Nord Westen, 27 Feb. 1908: Death Saturday in Two Rivers of 77-year old Mrs. Hariet Martel. Mrs. Martel was of French descent and was born in Montreal, Canada. She leaves 7 children. The funeral was held Monday.

MARTELL, CHILD OF MRS. Fire in Two Rivers - Two Children Burned to Death From Mr. John Wright, the Two Rivers mail carrier, we obtain these particulars of a most heartrending occurence: About five o'clock last Friday afternoon a fire broke out in a barn belonging to Mr. Gottfried Berger, in Two Rivers. The flames speedily communicated to an adjacent house, owned and occupied as a dwelling by Frank Boutin, and to another barn owned by Jos. Gagnon. The engine and hook and ladder companies soon arrived on the ground, but too late to save the property from destruction. Before the fire was extinguished, a painful rumor became current that two little children - one a son of Frank Boutin, aged four years, and the other, aged five years, a son of the widow Martell - were in the burning barn. The firemen and citizens redoubled their efforts to subdue the flames, and when they had suceeded, an investigation of the ruins confirmed their worst fears. The lifeless bodies of the unfortunate little fellows were found lying on some wet and partially burned straw, in one corner. Both bodies were horribly burned and disfigured, and only one, that of little Boutin, could be recognized. When the body of the other child was lifted up, one of its legs dropped off. It is supposed that the children went into the barn unobserved, and, shutting the door, built a fire on the floor. No outcry was heard, and they were probably suffocated by the smoke before the flames reached them. Mr. and Mrs. Boutin were absent at Green Bay visiting at the time, and Mrs. Martell supposed that her child was safe at home. Milwaukee Daily Sentinel, June 04, 1870, Issue 131, col. F. (From the Kewaunee Enterprise, June 1st) ******** Name: George Martin Age: 4 Sex: M B.P.: Wis Occup: Mo.: May Cause: Burned Fam# on Census: 43 Township: Two Rivers 1st Ward "1870 Mortality Schedule From Census"

MARTELL, JOSEPH From Der Nord Westen, 03 Dec. 1908: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 30 Nov.) (The printing on page 5 is so light that most of the local items are illegible.) Death Thursday morning of Joseph Martell at age 57. He was born and raised here by parents of French background who came from Canada. He never married and was a faithful member of the Catholic congregation and belonged to the St. Peter’s Club under whose auspices he was buried. (1900 census Two Rivers/Joseph Martell age 47 living with his mother Herriet. Both of his parents were born in Canada. He is probably in #89B or #89D)

MARTENS, CHILD OF FRITZ From Der Nord Westen, 30 Sept. 1897: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 27 Sept.) Death of a small child of Fritz Martens.

MARTENS, MRS. P. From Der Nord Westen, 15 Feb. 1906: Death Saturday morning in her home of Mrs. P. Martens after an illness of only a few days. She had suffered a stroke about a year ago from which she had never fully recovered. She had many friends here and was a true wife and loving mother. She leaves her husband, one son and 5 daughters, of whom the youngest is 12. The funeral was today at 10 a.m. from the Catholic Church. (Death index: 1906 Feb 10/MARTENS Elisabeth/co. death index v.8 p.79/ The 1900 census for Mishicot shows Peter Martin age 54; Elizabeth Martin age 44; children Mary age 24; Anna age 23; Elizabeth age 22; George age 20; Clara age 15; Amanda age 7./ no record of Elizabeth in a cemetery)

MARTINS, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 12 Aug. 1909: Death here Wednesday last week of John Martins, a long-time resident of our county. He is survived by 2 daughters and a son. The funeral was held Friday afternoon.

MATEK, ANTON From Der Nord Westen, 24 Oct. 1907: Anton Matek, a worker living on North Main Street, died Saturday of typhoid fever. It is said he may have become ill while enduring the bitter cold on a steam tug making a round trip to Holland, Michigan. Matek, who was 36, leaves a widow and 3 children.

MATEK, CATHERINE DEATH COMES TO MRS. MATEK, AGED PIONEER Mrs. Catherine Matek, widow of Joseph Matek, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Nic Kettenhofen, 1202 South Seventh street, at 9 o’clock last evening, her demise being due to infirmities incident to advanced age. The funeral will be held from the home Saturday morning with services at St. Boniface Catholic church, Rev. Kerstens officiating. Friends at the expressed request of the deceased, are asked to please omit flowers. Mrs. Matek born Hallada, first saw the light of day in Melhuth, Bohemia, March 24, 1840 and would have celebrated her eighty-eighth birthday next month. She was married in her native land and came to this country and Manitowoc shortly after her marriage. Her husband engaged in the mason contracting business and was one of the pioneers here. He preceded her in death twenty years ago as did also three of the four children born to the family. Surviving are only the daughter, Mrs. Kettenhofen with whom she made her home and a brother, Wencil Hallada also of this city. Manitowoc Herald News, Thursday, February 02, 1928, Page 2

MATHES, NO NAME From Der Nord Westen, 13 Feb. 1890 (From the correspondent in Kiel, 12 Feb.) Death of the son of Jacob Mathes. Last week he was at work on his father's farm near Elkhart Lake and nicked himself in the leg while chopping down trees. Blood poisoning developed and he died within a few days.

MATHIAS MRS. From Der Nord Westen, 5 May 1881: Burial yesterday of 80 year old Mrs. Mathias, in Kiel.

MATHIASON, E. Two Rivers news: One more of the bodies of the Milton was found about a mile north of here on the beach by A. Fontaine last Thursday. The body was identified as that of Mr. Peterson, mate of the ill fated craft. He was about 50 years of age. His relatives in Milwaukee authorized the life saving crew to bury him here, his burial taking place on Friday. A third body was found at the light house, five miles north of here, by Mr. Davenport, the keeper, on Saturday. The body was recognized as that of E. Mathiason, part owner of the Milton by a scar on his left thumb. He was buried here by the life saving crew on Saturday afternoon. The remaining two bodies of the craft will undoubtedly soon be found. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, October 13, 1885 P.2

MATHIES, SON OF HERMANN From Der Nord Westen, 07 Jan. 1892 (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 04 Jan.) Death on 01 Jan. of the 9 mo. old son of Hermann Mathies. The parents have only been married about 2 yrs., and Mrs. Mathies is the youngest daughter of Heinrich Wilker. The child's funeral was held Sun. in the Ev. Church Cemetery, attended by many friends and family.

MATHIESEN, JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 20 May 1909: As 84-year old John Mathiesen was in his barn recently looking around for a suitable place to hang himself, he fell from the height to the ground breaking his neck and dying immediately.

MATRAVERS, CHESTER (Dec 28 1893/Oct 1968/SSDI) Private funeral services were held Monday for Chester H. Matravers, Town of Manitowoc Rapids, who died Sunday at home. Cremation followed. Jens Funeral Home, Manitowoc, was in charge of arrangements. Manitowoc Herald Times, Manitowoc, Wis. Tuesday, October 29, 1968 P. 5

MATSEEN, LAWRENCE From Der Nord Westen, 01 Mar. 1894: Death in Town Cooperstown on Tues. last week of Lawrence Matseen. It is said that he died of grief following the death of his wife 2 months ago.

MAYER, HENRICH Name: Mayer, Henrich D.: 8/16/1860 B.: Reg. D.: 9/27/1873 Sex: M/W Age at Death: 13 Yrs. 1 Mo. 4 Da. B.P.: Tn. Mishicot D.P.: Tn. Mishicot Cem.: Mishicot Ch.: Inf. & Address: Past. F. Von Frankenstein Spouse: F.: John Mayer M.: Elisabeth Helfrich Cause of Death: Nerv. Fever Pg. #: v.1

MAYER, MARIA Name: Mayer, Maria D.: B.: 4/26/1856 Reg. D.: 9/10/1873 Sex: F/W Age at Death: 17 Yr. 5 Mo. 12 Da. B.P.: Mishicot D.P.: Tn. of Mishicot Cem.: Mishicot Ch.: Inf. & Address: F. Von Frankenstein Spouse: F.: Johann Mayer M.: Elisabeth Mayer Cause of Death: Dismenoria & Nerv. Fever Add Info.: Farmer's Daughter Pg. #: v.1 152

MCABEE, CLARA From Der Nord Westen, 14 Apr. 1904: Mrs. Clara McAbee, a former resident of our county, died in Spokane, Wash., at age 34. The body was brought home from the far west and buried Wed. last week in Clarks Mills.

MCALLISTER, FRANK Frank McAllister, a former resident of Manitowoc county, died Feb. 8th at Niagara, Marinette Co., Wis. The decedent was 84 years of age. He was one of the pioneer settlers of this county, and at one time carried the mail between Manitowoc and Green Bay, when there was only a foot path through a virgin wilderness. He carried on lumbering for a number of years and was engaged in farming until eight years ago when his health failed and he was obliged to give up work. His remains were interred at Cato beside the grave of his wife, who died six years ago. He leaves six children, four sons and two daughters, to mourn his loss. The children are: Mrs. F. Weeman, Mrs. Brighton and Charles and Ed. McAllister, all of Kelly Brook; Bert of Mills Center and Hiram of Niagara, Wis. Mr. McAllister was well and favorably known to hundreds of pioneer residents of this county, and all who had the privilege of knowing him will regret his passing. His career was a useful one and when the final summons came, he had the happy consciousness of leaving six worthy children to cherish his memory. Manitowoc Pilot, February 23, 1905 ***** Francis Mcallister Wisconsin, Death Records Name Francis Mcallister Event Type Death Event Date 1905 Event Place Niagara, Wisconsin Residence Place Niagara, Wis. Gender Male Age 86 Marital Status Widowed Race white Occupation none Birth Date 24 Feb 1818 Birth Year (Estimated) 1819 Birthplace Lawrence Co., N.Y. Burial Date 11 Feb 1905 Burial Place Cato, Wis. Father's Name Francis Mcallister Father's Birthplace New York Mother's Birthplace unknown

MCALLISTER, MARIA ANTOINETTE DIED. At the Branch Mills on Thursday the 22d ultimo, Maria Antoinette, daughter of Chas. McAllister, aged 10 years and three months. Manitowoc County Herald, Saturday, October 1, 1853 P.2

MCCARTHY, DENNIS MYSTERIOUS LOVE AFFAIR An intoxicated Swain Killed by one of Cupid's Darts Disappearance of Considerable Money On Friday last, District Attorney Turner received notice of the sudden death of a man by the name of Dennis McCarthy, under somewhat peculiar circumstances, and that the body was lying at the house of a widow lady by the name of Driscoll, living a short distance beyond Grimm's Station in the town of Cato; and it was desired that an inquest should be held over the body previous to its interment. Accordingly, Mr. Turner, accompanied by under Sheriff Pierce and Doctors Patchen and Martin, preceded on Saturday to the place in question, called in a jury, made a careful examination of the corpse, during which it was found that through disease one side of the heart had become softened and a verdict was brought in that Dennis McCarthy came to his death by heart disease. Having performed their duties, these worthy men then returned, and this closes the first chapter of our story. On Friday a man presented himself at the shop of Newell A. Davis of Cato, and, in a jovial manner, left an order for him to widow Driscoll, take the measure of a corpse and make a coffin, and then went jollily on his way. This created some little excitement at that lively little place, where, after some trouble, the following facts were obtained: | Dennis McCarthy was a gay young son of Erin, of pleasing figure, more than usually intelligent, of a free and roving nature, and at the time of his demise, possessed between $700 and $1000 in bank bills, and had about four weeks previous appeared at the widow Driscoll's. Now the widow Driscoll has been in her day quite a character, she being the centre of a little society who used to assemble at her house and receive much exhilarating and elevating spirits. And it used to be reported that there were very few who could beat her at a joke, whether it were drinking "forty rud" on a wager, or in holding a full hand in "draw." But, of late, she has ceased to solicit Uncle Sam for permission, and her premises have assumed a more somber appearance, and not much more was known of her, save when she made, as she never failed to do, her periodical visit to Manitowoc. It was on one of these that she met Dennis McCarthy, and to all appearance it was a genuine case of "love at first sight," for they sat up all night and went home together in the morning. Dennis had just before received toward $1000 in ready money, and it was to wonder that the widow's heart warmed toward the unprotected stranger, or that the winning ways of the Queen of Hearts and of Spades should have effectually ensnared poor Dennis. At least they went home together, and from this time nothing special is known of them except that two Irishmen report that Dennis offered to send them money, but did not succeed until his brother, who owns a farm in Meeme, and another living in Liberty, were notified of his death. Delirium Tremens was the cause which the bereaved widow assigns, asserting that, during a fit of insanity, he took all his money and tearing it all to pieces, burnt some of it up, in proof of which she is ready to show in a handkerchief some pieces. It being generally believed that a legal operation had made them man and wife, she was asked about it, but answered on oath that it was not so; she had some contract about releasing the widow's farm, whereby some money had been paid, but this she denied intoto. Sunday the brothers here to his last resting place Dennis McCarthy, a devotee of Cupid, who was killed by the little god because he was dividing the homage with Bacchus. The Manitowoc Pilot, May 1, 1873

MCCARTY, ED From Der Nord Westen, 25 Feb. 1886: On Friday, Ed McCarty tried to ride across the ice in Pankratz Muehlenteich at Francis Creek, but he broke through the ice and both he and the horse drowned.

MCCARTY, MAGGIE Kellnersville news: Michael Kennedy Esq., Richard Thomas and Edward Kennedy and Miss Mary Lynch accompanied M.H. McCarty from Chicago with the remains of his sister Maggie. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, September 23, 1884 P.1 ******** Kellnersville news: Edward McCarty of Ft. Howard was here to attend the funeral of his sister. He was accompanied by Patrick Keehan, Patrick and Mrs. Maloney of Green Bay. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, September 23, 1884 P.1

MCCAULEY, FRANK FORMER MANITOWOC BOY MURDERED ON THE HIGH SEAS STABBED AND THROWN INTO SEA IS REPORT Frank McCauley Is Victim of Foul Play on Boat A victim of revenge of sailors on his boat who resented punishment he had imposed upon them, Frank McCauley, a former Manitowoc man, is believed to have been murdered and his body thrown into the sea from the steamer Patrick Henry of the Diamond Steamship line, on which he was chief engineer. The murder occurred sometime after the vessel had left Hamburg for return to the states. The body was not recovered. Details of the tragedy were received in wireless messages to the offices of the steamship company, which were relayed to Capt. Con McCauley, father of the dead man and for years an employee of the Goodrich Transit company as captain of the steamer Carolina. Full report of the murder of the McCauley can not be obtained until the Patrick Henry reaches New York on August 8. Brother Sends Wire Here Messages were received here last night from Patrick McCauley, brother of the murdered man from his home at Milwaukee, telling of the report. He is employed as a salesman for the Invincible Metal Furniture company of this city and advised the offices here of his return to Milwaukee to be with his mother who is seriously ill as result of the death of her son. Capt. Con McCauley, for years a resident here where with his son Frank, he sailed Goodrich Boats, is in command of the Graham & Morton line steamer Benton Harbor operating out of Chicago and received news of the tragedy there. The family home is at Milwaukee where Mrs. McCauley was notified. Letter Reveals Danger Only the bare facts that Mr. McCauley had been lost overboard on July 18 and that murder was suspected were contained in the dispatch received by Capt. McCauley, but recent letters received by the victim’s fiancé to whom he was to have been married on his return to the states, said that he was having trouble with four of his crew members and declared he feared they would attack and kill him at first opportunity. The letter was written a short time before the Patrick Henry sailed from Hamburg, Germany. According to the letter received by Miss Hansen, the fiance of the victim, and which she forwarded to Capt. McCauley from her home in Brooklyn, McCauley had been having much trouble with two Spanish and two Russian Bolshevik members of his enginemen crew. Recently on the out voyage, he had them placed in irons for insubordination. “That is why we are inclined to believe that my brother was murdered and cast into the ocean,” explained Mrs. Walter Lord, sister of the victim, who arrived from her home at St. Paul to visit her mother late in the day. “The telegram also intimated that the death might have been the result of foul play." Besides his father and mother, the victim is survived by four brothers and one sister. He was the youngest chief engineer in the United States merchant marine service. Manitowoc Herald News, July 30, 1921 P. 1 ******* MCCAULEY WAS SUICIDE SAYS BOAT CAPTAIN That Frank McCauley, chief engineer of the steamer Patrick Henry reported murdered on the high seas, was a suicide and his death not due to mutiny is a statement credited to Captain Kirk of the steamer in dispatches from New Orleans today. A farewell letter written by McCauley was sent to his mother, Mrs. Con McCauley by Capt. Kirk. McCauley was a former Manitowoc man, son of Capt. McCauley formerly with the Goodrich company. Manitowoc Herald News, August 10, 1921 P. 1 ******* FAMILY ASKS U.S. PROBE OF MC CAULY DEATH Relatives of Frank McCauley former Manitowoc man, a marine engineer, who died at sea July 18 while on the steamer Patrick Henry, are not satisfied with reports of Captain Kirk, commander of the vessel, that McCauley was probably a suicide and the family will ask that the government take up an investigation to determine the facts in the case. Letters written by McCauley to the girl he was to wed at Jersey City upon his return, stated that he feared that he was to be made the victim of foul play because of having ordered four members of the crew into irons for infraction of rules. Captain Kirk, at New Orleans, yesterday said that there had been no mutiney about the Patrick Henry and intimated that McCauly had committed suicide. Manitowoc Herald News, Thursday, August 11, 1921 P. 1

MCCAULLY, SON OF CHARLES From Der Nord Westen, 19 Oct. 1893: Death on Wed. morning of the 5-mo. old son of Charles McCaully in Manitowoc.

MCCOLLUM, HARRIET Death notice in the Manitowoc Herald, 30 Sept. 1854: Harriet McCollum of Two Rivers died, wife of Alexander McCollum

MCCOURT, JOHN Clarks Mills News: Died, Dec. 31, Mr. John McCourt of Cato. He had suffered a long time. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times Tuesday, January 6, 1885 pg. 3

MCCULLOUGH, WILLIAM William McCullough, a former resident of Town Cato who has been employed the past several years as a motorman on the electric train from Milwaukee to Waukesha and Oconomowoc, was fatally electrocuted Monday as he was connecting the motor to the trolley line. Der Nord Westen, 27 June 1907 ******** LIVE WIRE KILLS HIM William McCullough Dies Transferring Trolley OCONOMOW, WIS. June 25—William McCullough, motorman on the Milwaukee-Waukesha-Oconomowoc electric line, was instantly killed here about 8 o’clock last night by coming in contact with a live wire while making a transfer of the trolley at the end of the route. His wife and family are in Milwaukee and they were soon to move here. An inquest was held last evening. LaCrosse Tribune, June 25, 1907 P. 8 ******** LIVE WIRE SHOCK KILLS CATO MAN Wm. McCullough, of This County, Meets Death at Oconomowoc William McCullough, a Manitowoc county man and until a few years go a well know resident at Cato, was instantly killed at Oconomowoc, this late Monday night from the shock of the live electric wire with which he came in contact while discharging his duties as a motorman on the Milwaukee Waukesha Oconomowoc Interurban railway line. News of the death reached friends here in today's dispatches from Oconomowoc to Milwaukee papers. McCullough, who had been employed as a motorman on the line for some time, was killed while making the transfer of the trolley wire from one end of the car to the other, after reaching the end of his run to start on the return trip. His hand caught the wire and death was instantaneous. McCullough was 42 years of age and married and was the father of one child. His family and (sic) was at Milwaukee and they were planning to remove to Oconomowoc and make that city their home during the summer. Mrs. McCullough is a Lancaster, Wis. woman and the couple had been married some years. A coroner's jury is investigating the accident and death of McCullough who is survived by two brothers who reside at Cato, John and Peter McCullough. Manitowoc Daily Herald, June 25, 1907 P. 1

MCGINNIS, GEORGE Death notice in the Manitowoc Herald, 29 July 1854: George McGinnis a sailor fell out of a boat and drowned in the Manitowoc River. He was the brother-in-law of Patrick Tighe. ******* A young man named Geo. McGennis aged 22 years fell overboard from the Schr. Transit while that vessel was lying in port last Monday and was drowned. We learn that the unfortunate man was a sailor on board the Transit but his friends reside here. Several persons were ready to assist him but he was not seen to rise to the surface and when his body was recovered life was extinct. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, July 29, 1854 P. 5

MCGRAW, FRANK Frank McGraw Dead-- Frank McGraw of this city died at the county sanatorium at Whitelaw, Sunday, aged 45. He had been a patient at the sanatorium for two weeks, his ocndition precluding any possible chance of recovery. Deceased was born at Sheboygan where he has relatives. One brother, Frank (sic) McGraw, resides here. Fuenral arrangements have not been made. Manitowoc Daily Herald Monday, September 28, 1914 pg. 5 ******** Frank McGraw of this city, died at the sanatorium at Whitelaw Sunday, aged 45 years. Manitowoc Pilot - Thurs., Oct. 1, 1914 *Note: Cem #43 is the only cemetery in Manitowoc County with this surname.

MCGUIRE, JAMES From Der Nord Westen, 31 Dec. 1891: On Sat. Mr. James Mc Guire of Manitowoc, died of dropsy. He was 40 yrs. of age and was buried on Mon. in the local Catholic Cemetery.

MCGUIRE, MARGARET From Der Nord Westen, 15 June 1899: On Wed. Mrs. Margaret McGuire died of old age debility in St. Mary's hospital at the age of 86. ******** Margaret Gleason Maguire birth: 1816 Tipeney, Irelend death: 14 June 1899 Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin burial: Manitowoc, Wis. residence: 1899 St.Nazianz, Manitowoc Co., Wis. spouse: Edward Maguire Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968

MCKEOUGH, JOHN John McKeough, A much respected citizen of Rockland, this county, died last Saturday. Manitowoc Pilot, Feb. 23, 1871

MCKEOUGH, MRS. MILTON Manitowoc news: Mrs. Milton McKeough, 22, passed away at the hospital Thursday of pneumonia. She was a bride of little more than a year and leaves her husband and a two weeks' old babe. Tri-County Record, Kiel Thursday, November 28, 1918 pg. 4

MCLAUGHLIN, ALICE DIED, In Two Rivers, September 25, Alice, infant daughter of Thomas C. and Addie C. McLaughlin. Manitowoc Pilot, October 4, 1867 p.1

MCMAHON, PATRICK J. FORMER COURT CLERK HERE IS DEAD 'PAT' M'MAHON PASSES AWAY AT MILWAUKEE Former Democratic Leader of County Who Served as Circuit Court Clerk, Was 76 Patrick J. McMahon, former Manitowoc man and for years a leader in the democratic party in this county, and for several terms clerk of circuit court, died at Milwaukee today, aged 76. Mr. McMahon had been in failing health for some time but up to a short time ago no apprehension for his life was entertained. News of the death of Mr. McMahon came in Associated Press dispatches from Milwaukee where the family has resided since 1907 when Mr. McMahon returned from the office of clerk of ciruit court here after several terms and located at Milwaukee where his sons made their home. Children at Bedside Five of Mr. MacMahon's six sons were at his bedside when the end came today. Dr. Joseph P., Atty. Stephen J., of the United States board of tax appeals; Edward M., second vice president of the Chase National Bank, New York; Dr. Francis B., Atty. Omar T. Another son Raymond, is located in Kansas City. A daughter preceded him in death. Born in Town of Meeme Mr. McMahon was a native of Manitowoc county, having been born in the town of Meeme 76 years ago. He made his home on a farm there until he entered politics, was elected to town office and later became the candidate of the democrats for clerk of court, winning election and serving several terms in the office. He was widely known throughout the county and enjoyed a popularity that was attested by his continuance in the position to which voters named him. After locating at Milwaukee Mr. McMahon engaged in the insurance business but ill health forced him to give up his work and in late years he had been retired. He was keenly interested in the careers of his sons, all of whom have distinguished themselves in their chosen professions and he had a just pride in their success. Funeral services will be held at Milwaukee but it is possible that the body of Mr. McMahon may be brought here for burial. Mr. McMahon was twice married, both his wives preceding him in death years ago. Manitowoc Herald News, Monday, January 26, 1931 P.2 ******* (Note: He is probably buried in Milwaukee)

MCNULTY, ANTHONY SUICIDE Anthony McNulty Blows his Brains out with a Pistol. As we go to press we learn that Anthony McNulty, a resident of this county for a number of years, killed himself by blowing his brains out with a pistol at the house of a Mr. Schmidt, near Silver Lake, in the town of Rapids, this morning. We have not time to obtain further particulars. McNulty was nearly sixty years of age. -Manitowoc Tribune. We are pleased to announce that Mr. McNulty is not yet dead but is in hospital quarters at Silver Creek. Chilton Times, August 19, 1876 p.1 ******* Anthony McNulty died on Friday evening from the effect of a would inflicted upon his person with a pistol. Immediately after his death the coroner was notified and a jury empanneled to hold an inquest upon his body, who returned a verdict that he came to his death by shooting himself with a pistol. Previous to his death he wrote a letter "to all whom it may concern," in which he stated that he went to the house that morning with the intention of first killing Schmidt, who he claimed owed him several hundred dollars, but that upon reflection he had concluded to "go where his money was." The letter was intended for publication, but we have not been able to get hold of it.-Manitowoc Tribune Chilton Times, September 2, 1876

MCNULTY, BIDNEY Death notice in the Manitowoc Herald, 20 Sept. 1856: Bidney McNulty died in Braunfels, Manitowoc co., wife of Anthony McNulty. (From the 1850 Newton twp census: Anthony McNutty age 42 yrs.; Bridget McNutty age 24 yrs. (From the 1860 Manitowoc Rapids census: Anthony McNulty age 50 yrs widower; children: Thomas age 6 yrs.; Ellen age 13 yrs.) There is a footstone in St. Isidore cem. #60 with Anthony on it, but there were others by the name Anthony McNulty in the county)

MCNULTY, SON OF ANTHONY From the Manitowoc Herald, 05 Aug 1854: (no name) McNulty, three yrs. old, was scalded and died. He was the son of Anthony and Bidney McNulty.

MCNULTY, MARY Mary McNulty died in Canada mother of Anthony McNulty and James McNulty and John McNulty. Manitowoc Herald, May 7, 1861

MACQUEEN, JOHN John MacQueen, age 66, of Maribel, died Sunday at a Green Bay Hospital. The body was shipped to Maribel and funeral services were held Wednesday at 9:30 am. Mr. MacQueen is known by a number of our local people as he was at one time proprietor of the hotel now owned by Joseph Loch and also the Denmark Hotel at Denmark. He also managed the Maribel Caves Hotel during 1922 and 1923. Manitowoc Herald News, August 1, 1924 page 3 ****** *Note: there is a John Mulqueen buried in Saint Mary Cemetery in Morrison, Brown County, Wisconsin in 1924 per Findagrave/Familysearch so this is probably him. Obit says he owned a hotel at Denmark at one time. Tombstone photo shows he was born in 1864 so age in paper could have been a gestimate. He may have had no family as none mentioned in obit. No listing in our cems.

MEAL, JOHN DIED. - October 13th, 1870, John Meal, aged 40 years, 2 months and 9 days. The friends of the deceased wish us to return their thanks to the minister and to the members of the choir at Nettle Hill. Manitowoc Tribune Thursday, October 20, 1870 pg. 1

MEARTENS, LINDA Linda Meartens birth: Two Rivers, Wis. death: 23 September 1897 Two Rivers, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin burial: Two Rivers residence: 1897 Two Rivers, Wis. father: Ferdinand Meartens mother: Mrs. Fred Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 ****** (NOTE: Probably Mertens in Two Rivers Pioneers Rest)

MEDEL, CHILD OF JACOB From Der Nord Westen, 25 Feb. 1897: Death of the 9-mo. old child of Jacob Medel in Town Franklin last week, with burial Wed.

MEEHAN, JOHN John Meehan was on his way home to Town Cato Tues. evening from Manitowoc and was killed by the express train at the rail crossing near Branch. (The article goes into detail about the accident and editorializes about the dangers of that particular crossing.) Der Nord Westen, 09 Sept. 1897 ******** John Meehan of Cato was killed at the Branch crossing Tuesday night by the railway train which reaches this city at 8:30. He had been to the city with a load of peas and was on his way home. The front part of the wagon was struck and one of the horses was killed. When found, Mr. Meehan was groaning, but he was in his death agonies. The remains were brought to this city and an inquest was held before Justice Brandt. A young fellow named Fred Albrecht had been to the Branch river and had just crossed the track. He met Mr. Meehan on the little bridge a short distance east of the track and shouted to him that the train was coming, but either he failed to hear him or misunderstood him as he drove on. The conductor of the train was Thomas Meagher and the engineer P.J. Hayes. Meehan was 65 years old, a native of county Clare, Ireland and a well to do farmer having come to the county in an early day. He was a man of excellent habits and was a reputable citizen. The verdict of the coroner's jury was that the cause of death was accidental and not due to the negligence of the engineer. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, September 9, 1897 pg. 3 ******** John Meehan Wisconsin Deaths and Burials Name John Meehan Gender Male Burial Place Maple Grove Death Date 07 Sep 1897 Death Place Branch, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin Age 65 Birth Date 1832 Birthplace Ireland Occupation Farmer Race White Marital Status Married Spouse's Name Hannah Father's Birthplace Ireland Mother's Birthplace Ireland "Wisconsin Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968," database, FamilySearch

MEEHAN, THOS. THOS. MEEHAN FRANKLIN MAN, DIES AT HOME Thomas Meehan, a well known town of Franklin farmer, died at home there last night, aged about 42 years. Mr. Meehan had been a resident of the county for years and was widely known. Recently Mr. Meehan was in court on a charge of contempt in connection with divorce proceedings, but settled the matter. The burial will be held at Franklin. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, March 30, 1916 P.8 ******** MEEHAN PAYS UP IN COURT CONTEMPT CASE. Franklin Farmer Settles and Escapes Commitment to Jail T. Meehan, the town of Franklin man, for whose commitment on a contempt of court charge was issued, escaped going to jail yesterday when he settled and paid the $116.30 which it was alleged he had neglected to liquidate under orders for alimony to his divorced wife and for attorney fees. Meehan, who is a well known farmer, was divorced in 1914 and was said to have failed to pay $10 per month ordered by the court… Manitowoc Daily herald, March 18, 1916 P. 8 ***** No. 22. 1st Insertion April 4, 1916 Notice for Administration and Notice to Creditors STATE OF WISCONSIN, COUNTY COUT OF MANITOWOC COUNTY—IN PROBATE …THERE WILL BE HEARD AND CONSIDERED THE APPLICATION OF Sarah Meehan Drury and Michael T. Meehan for the appointment of an administrator of the estate of Thomas Meehan, late of the town of Franklin, in said county, deceased… In Re-estate of Thomas Meehan, deceased. Manitowoc Daily Herald, April 18, 1916 P. 4

MEGGERS, JOHANNA From Der Nord Westen, 27 Dec. 1894: (From the correspondent in Kiel, 24 Dec.) Miss Johanna Meggers, a local schoolteacher, died Tues., 18 Dec., of a cerebral hemorrhage. There was a large funeral which her pupils also attended (long article).

MEHLENHOEFER, INFANT SON OF GUY Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mehlenhoefer, South Tenth street, have the sympathy of friends in the loss of their infant son. The child died Sunday as result of convulsions. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Monday, February 11, 1918

MEINKE, ALVINA Notes From Cleveland: Alvina, daughter of Mr. Otto Meinke of Cleveland, after a long illness, died last Monday of consumption. She was a young lady 19 years old, of estimable character and leaves many friends to mourn her loss. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, May 6, 1897 pg. 2

MEISSNER, KARL SR. From Der Nord Westen, 12 Mar. 1908: Death Wednesday last week in Town Mishicott of Karl Meissner, Sr., from heart disease. The deceased was born 10 May 1831 in Lepellen, by Wesel, and came here in 1857 when he settled on a farm in Town Mishicott which he occupied until his death. He is survived by his widow and 6 children. The funeral was held Sunday.

MELKA, JOHN LOST ON THE SEA BIRD Information Relative to the Citizens of Manitowoc who were Victims of the Late Disaster. Thirty-One Persons Lost. In fulfilling the painful duty which devolves upon us at this time we have endeavored to present to our readers a correct report containing all the information in regard to the lost which we could obtain. We fear there will be some errors, but we have as far as possible obtained the statements of relatives or immediate friends of the deceased. We would that some other hand than ours--one better skilled in soothing afflicted hearts--might perform the sad office of saying comforting words to the distressed of our Village, but it may not be and we can only say to those who suffer, you have our heartfelt sympathy--and the sympathy of every person in Manitowoc. We have known your friends, respected them, loved them; and your loss is our loss. Let us hope that He who doeth all things well hath not permitted our friends to fall in vain. JOHN MELKA Was a Polender; left a wife and child on the South side. He has only been in the country one year and was employed on the boat as a deck hand. He was some 32 years of age. (Article continues in the same manner for each individual lost on the SEA BIRD; Geo. W. Emery, James A. Hodges, Capt. N.T. Nelson, Capt. John Sorenson, Charles Riechen, Joseph Doucett, Henry Nieman, Henry Pfeffer, James Leykom, August Wilde, Richard Flossbach, Amos Meyer, Martin Rozezguiatee, Wm. Barter, Casper Klimer, John Foucks, Herman Jacoby, Wenzel Hawlichek, P.C. Danahy, Raymond H. Hunt, Fred Henning Jr., and Thorine Oleson.) OTHERS. We hear of others who were on the boat beyond a doubt--one a Norwegian who has been chopping wood in this vicinity, could not learn his name; and two girls from the country who took passage from here with the intention of going either to Milwaukee or Chicago have not been heard from since the disaster. So it will be seen there were Thirty-one from here certainly, and two doubtful, lost on the SEA BIRD. The Manitowoc Tribune Thursday, April 16, 1868 pg. 4

MELTZLER MRS. From Der Nord Westen, 28 Dec. 1882: Mrs. Meltzler, age 84, a grandmother for 28 years died. ******** Mrs. Melessner, an old lady of eighty four years, died last week, and was buried on Thursday. She was grandmother of Mrs. Fred. Harris. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times Tuesday, January 2, 1883 pg. 1 (possibly Susanna E. Melzner in cem. #44)

MENNE, ELEANOR (Werner) 1 Apr 1901/17 Jul 1996/buried St. George Cath. ch. cem., Town of Rhine, Sheboygan co., Wis.

MENNE, HENRY 29 Mar 1883/Jan 17, 1974/buried St. John's cem., Town of Rhine, Sheboygan co., Wis.

MERSCH, ADOLPH From Der Nord Westen, 07 Mar. 1901: Death in Kiel on Tues. evening of ADOLPH MERSCH of a heart attack. The deceased, who was 45, had just finished his dinner when the attack came. In addition to his wife he is survived by 2 sons and 4 daughters.

MESSERSMITH, JOHN FATAL ACCIDENT.-John Messersmith, aged 10, while working in the Pail factory at Two Rivers, on Saturday last was caught by a belt, and before the machinery could be stopped was carried ten or twelve times around the shaft, and so much bruised and mangled that he survived only about 20 minutes. The frequency of such accidents calls for increased care on the part of those who are employed around machinery. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Tuesday, July 20, 1858 P. 3

MESSING, MARIA From Der Nord Westen, 17 Sept. 1891: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 14 Sept.) Death Mon. of 26 yr. old Miss Maria Messing. She was buried Thurs. in the Lutheran Cemetery. Relatives came from Milwaukee, Sheboygan, Cooperstown, and other localities, including Mr. and Mrs. W. Lied, Mrs. A. Van Nostrand, Lillie Beck; also Frank, Hermann and Anton Hafer, and Mrs. Kappelmann. She is survived by her mother, a widow. The deceased was an only child.

META, JACOB Death last week on Range Line of Jacob Meta. The deceased was born 1840 in Germany and served 1870-71 in the war against France, coming to America thereafter. He leaves a widow and 9 children. The funeral was held Friday. Der Nord Westen, 11 Feb. 1909

METZGER, DAUGHTER OF WILHELM Death Fri. morning of a little daughter of local resident Wilhelm Metzger of pneumonia. The funeral was held Sat. Der Nord Westen, 05 July 1900 ****** Oveli Metzger Wisconsin Death Index Name Oveli Metzger Event Type Death Event Date 28 Jun 1900 Event Place Manitowoc, Wisconsin Wisconsin Death Index, 1820-1907 ******** Name Odeli Metzger Gender Female Death Date 28 Jun 1900 Death Place Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin Age 0 Birth Date 02 Jun 1900 Birthplace City Race White Father's Name William Metzger Wisconsin Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968

MEYER, SON OF WM. From Der Nord Westen, 13 Jan. 1881: The 3 month old little son of Wm. Meyer died in Muhlheim of pneumonia.

MEYER, TWIN OF HENRY From Der Nord Westen, 05 Dec. 1889: The almost 6-week old twin of Henry Meyer of Kossuth, died on 28 Nov. and was buried on the 30th in the Francis Street Cemetery.

MEYER, AMOS LOST ON THE SEA BIRD Information Relative to the Citizens of Manitowoc who were Victims of the Late Disaster. Thirty-One Persons Lost. In fulfilling the painful duty which devolves upon us at this time we have endeavored to present to our readers a correct report containing all the information in regard to the lost which we could obtain. We fear there will be some errors, but we have as far as possible obtained the statements of relatives or immediate friends of the deceased. We would that some other hand than ours--one better skilled in soothing afflicted hearts--might perform the sad office of saying comforting words to the distressed of our Village, but it may not be and we can only say to those who suffer, you have our heartfelt sympathy--and the sympathy of every person in Manitowoc. We have known your friends, respected them, loved them; and your loss is our loss. Let us hope that He who doeth all things well hath not permitted our friends to fall in vain. AMOS MEYER Came here in 1854, was about 20 years of age and of German parentage. He worked on the boat as a deck hand. Could learn but little of him. (Article continues in the same manner for each individual lost on the SEA BIRD; Geo. W. Emery, James A. Hodges, Capt. N.T. Nelson, Capt. John Sorenson, Charles Riechen, Joseph Doucett, Henry Nieman, Henry Pfeffer, James Leykom, August Wilde, Richard Flossbach, John Melka, Martin Rozezguiatee, Wm. Barter, Casper Klimer, John Foucks, Herman Jacoby, Wenzel Hawlichek, P.C. Danahy, Raymond H. Hunt, Fred Henning Jr., and Thorine Oleson.) OTHERS. We hear of others who were on the boat beyond a doubt--one a Norwegian who has been chopping wood in this vicinity, could not learn his name; and two girls from the country who took passage from here with the intention of going either to Milwaukee or Chicago have not been heard from since the disaster. So it will be seen there were Thirty-one from here certainly, and two doubtful, lost on the SEA BIRD. The Manitowoc Tribune Thursday, April 16, 1868 pg. 4

MEYER, ANTON From the Manitowoc Herald, 23 June 1855: Anton Meyer drowned in the river. ****** Drowned. A German named Anton Meyer fell off a lumber scow and was drowned in the river on Friday morning last. He leaves a family. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, June 21, 1855 P. 7

MEYER, CHRISTOPHER From the Manitowoc Herald, 02 May 1857: Christopher Meyer found dead drowned in Lake Michigan

MEYER, MRS. C.W. From Der Nord Westen, 12 Jan. 1905: Death in Rhinelander, where she had recently moved, of Mrs. C.W. Meyer, a former resident of Two Rivers. The deceased came to Two Rivers about 50 yrs. ago and had lived there until moving to Rhinelander a few months ago. The body was brought to Two Rivers and from there buried alongside her husband who died 15 yrs. ago.

MEYER, E.W. From Der Nord Westen, 11 Oct. 1888: Death of 72 yr. old E.W. Meyer on Tues., 02 Oct. in Two Rivers. His widow and sons thank the Two Rivers Choral Club for their participation in the funeral.

MEYER, DAU. OF FRANK From Der Nord Westen, 16 Mar. 1899: Death Fri. night of a 10-mo. old daughter of Frank Meyer.

MEYER, HENRICH b. 1809, Biehlefeld Westphalen/d. 12 May 1876/buried at Two River

MEYER, HENRY From Der Nord Westen, 12 Apr. 1894: Death in Two Creeks on Sat. of 24 yr. old Henry Meyer. The deceased, who was ill for a long time, was buried Mon. at the Lutheran Cemetery near Maack’s place. (There is a footstone for Heinrich Meyer in #64 but no stone)

MEYER, JACOB From Der Nord Westen, 12 Apr. 1877: Jacob Meyer of Kossuth, age 76, died on Sunday 8 Apr. "Mr. Meyer was one of the first settlers in our county".

MEYER, JOHN Death notice in Der Nord Westen, 8 Nov. 1883 (have a J. Meyer with no data in #37) John Meyer died on Thur. evening, 25 Oct., in Two Rivers of consumption. He was 32 yrs. 3 mos. 14 da. The burial took place Sun. 28 Oct. in Kossuth where he was a member of the Baptist church.

MEYER, JULIE From Der Nord Westen, 16 Aug. 1888: Death of 92 yr. old Mrs. Julie Meyer, mother of Mrs. Joseph Bieler, on 15 Aug. Funeral will take place at 9 a.m. tomorrow, Fri., 17 Aug., at St. Bonifacius Church.

MEYER, MATHIAS From Der Nord Westen, 17 Jan. 1901: Death last week in St. Nazianz of Mathias Meyer. The 69-yr. old man died of heart trouble.

MICHAUD, FABIAN Order to hear Petition for Administration. First publication December 16th 1886. IN PROBATE-MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT. In the matter of Estate of Fabien (sic) Michaud, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Mary Michaud, of the town of Gibson in said County, representing among other things that Fabien Michaud, late of Gibson, in said County, on the 17th day of November, A.D., 1886, at the said town, died intestate, leaving goods, chattels and estate within this State and county, and that the said petitioner is the widow of said deceased, and praying that administration of said estate be to her, the said Mary Michaud granted, it is ordered that said petition be heard before this Court, on Tuesday, the 11th day of January, A.D., 1887, at 10 o'clock A.M., at my office in said County. Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to the heirs of said deceased, and to all persons interested, by publishing a copy of this order for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in the Nord-Westen, a weekly newspaper published at Manitowoc in said County. Dated at Manitowoc, the 14th day of December A.D., 1886. Carl H. Schmidt, County Judge. Der Nord Westen, December 30, 1886 P. 5

MICHAUD, GREGORIE Mishicott news: Mr. J.P. Gregorie-Michaud. of Mishicott, died on Thursday last. Deceased was about eighty years of age and was one of the oldest settlers. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, October 16, 1883 p.2

MILLER, CHILD OF J. From Der Nord Westen, 02 Sept. 1909: A 7-month old child of J. Miller here died Saturday and was buried Monday.

MILLER, DAUGHTER OF JOSEPH From Der Nord Westen, 02 Apr. 1903: (possibly in #89A) A 7-mo. old little daughter of Joseph Miller in Two Rivers, died last week and was buried Thursday.

MILLER, FREDERICK Frederick Miller, a pioneer of the town of Mishicot died Friday at the age of eighty years. The funeral was held this afternoon. Manitowoc Daily Herald, August 12, 1901 P. 1

MILLER, INFANT OF WILLIAM Notes From Cato: The Angel of Death entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Miller last week and took away an infant child. Interment was at Cato. We sympathize with the afflicted parents in their bereavement. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, January 12, 1911 pg. 8

MILLER, PETER FATAL ACCIDENT.--A man named Peter Miller, about 21 years of age, was instantly killed last week in the logging camp of Mann & Co. The particulars of the painful occurrence we learn were as follows: Miller, with a companion, was engaged in sawing off a log. Near by a tree was being cut down, and the choppers notified the sawyers that the tree was about to fall, when they replied that they were able to take care of themselves. Shortly after the tree fell, and in its downward course struck a stub which threw it to one side. Miller was caught under it and instantly killed; the other escaped. Deceased was a resident of Neshoto. Manitowoc Tribune Thursday, March 12, 1868 pg. 4

MILLER, MRS. REINHARD From Der Nord Westen, 30 Apr. 1908: Mrs. Reinhard Miller, daughter of Charles Etzler in Reedsville, died recently in Iron Mountain, Michigan, as a result of childbed fever. The body was brought to Reedsville and buried there.

MILLER, SOPHIE Tisch Mills Woman, A Pioneer, is Dead Mrs. Sophie, widow of Ernest Miller, pioneer resident of Tisch Mills, died yesterday at the home of her son, Edward, in the town of Kossuth, aged 73 years, after an illness brought on by the infirmities of advanced years. She leaves four sons and four daughters surviving her. They are: Albert and Emil of this city; Charles of Two Rivers, and Edward on the farm, with whom she made her home in late years; Mrs. Ervin Tesch and Mrs. J. Baedke of Two Rivers; Mrs. Sengbusch of this city, and Mrs. George Athen of Tisch Mills. The funeral will take place from the Lutheran church in Rockwell Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Manitowoc Herald News, June 16, 1921 p.1 ******** (1880 Mishicot census: Ernst Miller age 38; wife Sophie age 32; Emma age 11; Albert age 7; Martha age 5; William age 2)

MISLITZ, AUGUST Mr. August Mislitz, aged eighty-two years, died at his residence in this town on the 11th inst., after an illness of a few days. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, March 21, 1882 P. 4

MISUN, JACOB Jacob "Jack" Misun, age 58, of 3920 Elmwood Rd., town of Two Rivers, died Thursday, December 30, 1999, at the Appleton Medical Center. A Memorial Service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, January 3, 2000, at the Lambert Funeral Home, in Mishicot, with the Rev. William O'Brien officiating. Jack was born December 25, 1941, in Ashland, Wis., son of the late George and Anna Pagzc Misun. He married the former Filvia Zelewske February 16, 1963, at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Mishicot. He served in the United States Army from 1957 to 1961 and was stationed in Germany. He was employed as a Maintenance Technician for the A.E. Goertze Manufacturing Co., Manitowoc. Jack was an avid hunter and fisherman and enjoyed camping and being in the outdoors. Survivors include his wife, Filvia; one son and daughter-in-law, Eugene and Janet Misun, Manitowoc; two grandchildren, Tammy (Kurt) Orcutt, Oregon and Scott Rothe, Manitowoc; one great granddaughter, Nicole Orcutt, Oregon; two brothers and one sister-in-law, John and Kathy Misun, Grandview, Wis., and Rudy Misun, Ashland, Wis.; six sisters and four brothers-in-law, Inez and Joe Trubachik, Oregon, Tillie and John Lunda, Ashland, Mary Trubachik, Oregon, Helen Ehlinger, Oregon, Georgia and Max Sigl, Oregon, Susie and Andy Vlasity, Michigan; brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, many nieces and nephews. Mr. Misun was also preceded in death by one son, Bennet Misun; one brother, George Misun; four sisters, Anna Misun, Lillian Russell, Roslie Lucero and Elsie Chvatek. Relatives and friends may call after 9 a.m. on Monday, at the Lambert Funeral Home, Mishicot, until the time of services at 10:30 a.m. There will be no Sunday evening visitation. Herald Times Reporter, December 31, 1999 P. A2

MOHR, CHARLES Death last week of Charles Mohr of consumption at St. Mary’s Hospital here where he had been committed at the expense of the City of Two Rivers. Der Nord Westen, 11 May 1905 ******** Charles Mohrs Wisconsin, Death Records Name Charles Mohrs Event Type Death Event Date 1905 Event Place Manitowoc County, Wisconsin Residence Place Two Rivers, Gender Male Age 29 Race W Occupation Laborer Birth Year (Estimated) 1876 Birthplace Wisconsin Cemetery St. Mary Cemetery Father's Name Jacob Mohrs Father's Birthplace Germany Mother's Name Maggie Mohrs Mother's Birthplace Germany Wisconsin, Death Records, 1867-1907 ******* Charles Mohrs Wisconsin Deaths and Burials Name Charles Mohrs Gender Male Death Date 02 May 1905 Death Place Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin Age 29 Birth Date 1876 Birthplace Wis. Occupation Laborer Race White Father's Name Jacob Mohrs Father's Birthplace Germany Mother's Name Maggie Mother's Birthplace Germany Wisconsin Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968

MOHR, HENRY News arrived last week from Salt Lake City, Utah, reporting the death there of Henry W. Mohr of Manitowoc. The police, who had received the message, report that the deceased was a son of the late Thomas Mohr, and that Edward Mohr, a brother of the deceased, had left for Salt Lake City to get the body. Der Nord Westen, 28 May 1908 ******** Henry W. Mohr Utah Deaths and Burials Name Henry W. Mohr Gender Male Burial Place Manotorroe, Wis.(sic) Death Date 19 May 1908 Death Place Salt Lake City, S.L., Utah Age 45 Birth Date 1863 Birthplace Wisconsin Occupation Carpenter Race White Marital Status Single Father's Name Wm. Mohr Utah Deaths and Burials, 1888-1946 ******* Name Henry W Mohr Event Date 19 May 1908 Event Type Death Event Place Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Gender Male Marital Status Single Race W Father's Name Wm Mohr Utah, Salt Lake County Death Records, 1849-1949

MOLNAR, BEATRICE F. Beatrice Molnar, age 75, of 2619 College St., Manitowoc, died Saturday, February 1, 1997, at Holy Family Memorial Medical Center, Manitowoc. A Memorial Service will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, February 5, 1997, at Jens Funeral Home, Manitowoc. Officiating will be reader William E. Mueller, of the Christian Science Church. She was born December 22, 1922, in Chicago, Ill., daughter of the late Nora Hausinger Scheller. She married Joseph S. Molnar August 11, 1960, in Chicago. Survivors include her husband, Joseph S. Molnar, Manitowoc; one brother, two brothers-in-law, three sisters-in-law; and many friends also survive. The Jens Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements. Herald Times Reporter, February 4, 1997 P. A2

MOLTERER, CHILD OF JOSEPH From Der Nord Westen, 29 May 1902: A 3-yr. old child of S. Main Street resident, mason Joseph Molterer, died Tues. after a short illness. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon from the Catholic Church.

MOLY, MR. A. From Der Nord Westen, 27 Sep. 1906: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 24 Sep.) Mr. A. Moly was buried Monday afternoon from the Catholic Church. He had died in a Milwaukee hospital. Moly was a member of the Twin Rivers Band and formerly had his own orchestra here which was known under the name Moly's Band. He was 54 years old and is survived by his widow and 5 children. (Mollie?)

MOODY, MRS. WHITCOMB Funeral of Co. Pioneer Is Held The funeral of the late Mrs. Whitcomb Moody took place Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock from the home of her daughter, Mrs. F.D. Palmer, of Grimms. The deceased was born in New York state, 79 years ago, and is one of the oldest pioneer residents of this county. She is survived by her husband who is at the Wisconsin Veterans' home and two daughters, Mrs. Mary Hempton of Niagara, Wis., and Mrs. E.D. Palmer of Grimms. Manitowoc Herald News, Thursday, July 6, 1922 p.10

MORRIS, MARGARET From Der Nord Westen, 26 Jan. 1905: Death in Chicago of Margaret Morris, a former resident of Meeme, at age 36. The body was brought to Meeme and buried there Thurs. last week. (Note: There is a Margaret Morris d. 1905 in cem. #60 but the age is off by a few years.)

MORRISEY, OLD MAN Steinthal news: Also an old man named Morrisey who was one of Newton's first pioneers. The deceased contracted a severe cold which resulted in his death. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 19, 1886 P.3 ******** (Note: Steinthal is in Eaton twp.)

MOSHER, CHILD On Sunday and Monday five children died of diphtheria in the city. Two belonged to a Mr. Peterson living in the Second Ward, and one to Mr. Mosher. We have been unable to learn the names of the others. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, May 13, 1880 ******* 1880 Manitowoc census ward 2-4: Charles Mosher age 41; wife Rosetta age 39; June age 17; William age 12; Nellie age 10; Alice age 8; Florence age 7; Leonard age 4; May age 3 (lined out); Judson age 8/12 (lined out indicates they died during the year of the census) (Mary Mosher/d. May 1880/co. death index v.2 p.140) (Zilpha May Mosier/d. 9 May 1880/age 2 yr. 11 mo. 12 da./ cause: diptheria/from record of St. James Epis. Ch. Manitowoc) (NOTE: I think these are all the same child, but there is no cemetery record for her.)

MOSHER, LYMAN HORRIBLE ACCIDENT: One of the most painful accidents that we were ever called upon to record occurred last Thursday, at the Manitowoc Woolen Mills, after our paper had gone to press. It seems a boy named Lyman Mosher about 14 years of age employed in the Mill went down to the lower floor for the purpose of shutting off some of the motion, some part of the machinery connected with the gate being out of order. The lever which closed the gate was on the farther side of an iron shaft which was making about one hundred revolutions per minute, and which was about three feet high. The proper way to do was to go under the shaft and then shut the gate, but the boy being tall for one of his age reached over, and it is supposed while in this position his coat a blouse would round the shaft and in a moment he was revolving at a fearful rate. It is unknown how many times he went round but probably a great many. The boy was not missed, but one of the belts happening to break the foreman of an upper room went below and the first thing he saw was the boy's clothes wound about the shaft. Looking around he heard a groan proceeding from the ice some twelve feet below. Calling for help, the boy was soon brought up into the engine room where it was found that his head was badly bruised, the flesh torn from his right arm and the bone broken, his right leg broken just below the hip, the left below the knee, and every stitch of his clothing save one shoe and stocking torn entirely off and left on the shaft. In this condition he laid on the ice with thermometer 10 below, until both his feet were frozen--probably fifteen minutes. Medical aid was summoned and everything done for the boy that could be, but after terrible suffering he died Saturday at 1 o'clock. The funeral was held at the residence of his brother, Mr. Alfred Mosher, on Sunday and was largely attended by sympathizing friends. The Manitowoc Tribune Thursday, January 16, 1868 pg. 4

MOSIER, ZILPHA MAY Zilpha May Mosier/d. 9 May 1880/age 2 yr. 11 mo. 12 da./ cause: diptheria/from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc

MOSS, MRS. W. From Der Nord Westen, 24 Mar. 1904: Death recently in Kaukauna of Mrs. W. Moss, a former resident of Manitowoc, at age 82. The body was brought here and buried Mon. afternoon in the local city cemetery.

MUEHLENBRUCH, MR. Death of Mr. Muehlenbruch in St. Nazians after an illness of many years (no date shown). Der Nord Westen, 09 Jan. 1879

MUELLER, DAU. OF RICHARD Death in Kiel recently of a 5-yr. old daughter of Richard Mueller. The little girl had a brain abscess, and an operation was unsuccessful. Der Nord Westen, 12 Oct. 1899 ******* Name Romica Mueller Event Type Death Event Date 06 Oct 1899 Event Place Manitowoc, Wisconsin Wisconsin Death Index, 1820-1907 ******* Name Ronerus L. Mueller Gender Female Burial Place Kiel, Wis. Death Date 06 Oct 1899 Death Place Kiel, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin Age 4 Birth Date 02 Apr 1895 Birthplace Kiel, Wis. Race White Father's Name Richard H. Mueller Father's Birthplace Ger. Mother's Name Herman Mother's Birthplace Luhvon, Jefferson Co., Wis. Wisconsin Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968

MUELLER, GOTTFRIED Manitowoc Pilot, April 15, 1865 GOTTFRIED MUELLER SUICIDE We are indebted to Mr. Louis Brummer, of Mishicott, for the particulars of a case of suicide which occurred in that town on the 27th ult. On that day Gottfried Mueller was found hanging in his barn, his neck broken, and life extinct. A jury was summoned and a post mortem examination held by Doctors Oswald and Simon. The conclusion arrived at was that he committed suicide. Private and domestic jars appear to have been the cause of the rash act. Mr. M. bore a good reputation, and owned considerable property. His funeral was attended by a large number of people.

MUELLER, HARVEY Harvey Mueller birth: 4 September 1904 Gibson, Wis. death: 17 September 1904 Gibson, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin burial: Zander, Wis. residence: 1904 Gibson, Wis. father: Theo. Muller mother: Ida Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 ******* The parents are in St. John's Ev. Luth. in Gibson twp. cem. #30

MUELLER, MRS. JOHN Death in Centerville on Sun. morning of 78-yr. old Mrs. Mueller of old age debility. Der Nord Westen, 16 Aug. 1900 ******* (Note: Per obit she died on Sunday. That was Aug. 12, 1900) (From county death index: Mrs. John Mueller/d. Aug. 12, 1900 v.6 p.276) ******* It appears the obituary is for Eva. John had trouble with his age) (From 1860 Centerville census: John Muller age 50; wife Eva age 36; Henry age 3) (From 1870 Centerville census: John Miller age 58; wife Eva age 47) (From 1880 Centerville census: Johann Miller age 65; wife Eva age 63) (From 1900 Centerville census: Eva Mueller age 77 head of houshold had 5 children, 0 living) ******** Name Mrs John Mueller Event Type Death Event Date 12 Aug 1900 Event Place Manitowoc, Wisconsin ********* Name Mueller Event Type Death Event Date 1900 Event Place Centerville, Wisconsin Residence Place Centerville, Gender Female Age 72 Race W Birth Year (Estimated) 1828 Birthplace Europe Burial Place Centerville, Father's Birthplace Europe Mother's Birthplace Europe Spouse's Name John Mueller Wisconsin, Death Records, 1867-1907

MUETZELBURG, INFANT OF ART Notes from Liberty: The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Art Muetzelburg died Thursday and was buried Saturday at Liberty. Manitowoc Pilot, Thurs., Apr. 13, 1922

MUHLENBRUCH MR. From Der Nord Westen, 9 Jan. 1879: Lived in St. Nazianz

MULCAHEY, MRS. Mrs. Mulcahey of Liberty, died recently from an injury received in a strange manner to be fatal. She was leading a cow, which stumbled, causing the rope to cut Mrs. Mulcahey's hand severely enough to make necessary the removal of two fingers. They did not heal and her arm swelled so that it measured two feet around before her death. Her sufferings were terrible until death relieved her. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tues., July 7, 1885 page 3 ********* (1880 Liberty twp. census: David Mulcahy 56; wife Mary 40; James 15; Mary 15; Thimothy 13; Thomas 10; Joseph 6) (Note: This is the only family with that surname in Liberty twp. There is no Mary Mulcahey in any cemetery)

MULLINS, CHILD OF BRIAN Notes From Maple Grove: A little child of Brian Mullins, aged seventeen months, scalded itself by overturning a basin of hot water and died from the effects, Sunday evening. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, January 14, 1897 pg. 2

MUMA, WILLIAM J. William J. Muma, age 65, of 2401 Polk St., Two Rivers, died Sunday morning, January 22, 1995, at Two Rivers Community Hospital. Funeral Services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, January 25, 1995, at Klein and Stangel Funeral Home, Two Rivers. Officiating at the service will be Rev. David Beaudry. He was born March 25, 1929, in Stephenson, Mich., son of the late Carl L. and Genevieve Rickaby Muma. William attended Stephenson Public Schools until 1946. He served in the United States Amy from 1946 until 1957. Many of those years were spent in Germany. He married Gloria A. Hayward on June 11, 1959, in Waukegan, Ill. He spent many years working in the construction field prior to his retirement. Survivors include his wife, Gloria Muma, Two Rivers; one son, Jeffrey Muma, Reedsville; three daughters and one son-in-law, Debbie Menting, Milwaukee, Cynthia and Richard Bleise, Hubbell, Mich., Jayne Muma, Two Rivers; one sister and brother-in-law, Maebelle and Joseph Scmitt, Hubbell, Mich.; special friend of the family, Joe Backus, Two Rivers; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends also survive. He was a loving and dedicated grandfather to Tom Menting, Karen, Brittany and R.J. Bleise and Amanda Muma. He was preceded in death by one son, James Anthony, one daughter, Patricia Ann, three brothers and a sister. Friends may call from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Klein and Stangel Funeral Home, Two Rivers. Herald Times Reporter, January 24, 1995 P. A2

MUMM, WILLIAM (First publication Nov. 13, 1890.) No. 87 STATE OF WISCONSIN,-COUNTY COURT FOR MANITOWOC COUNTY. In Probate. In the matter of the estate of William Mumm, deceased. An instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of William Mumm, late of the town of Schleswig, in said county, having been delivered into said Court: And Gertrude Mumm, of said town of Schleswig, in said county, the mother of said deceased, and the sole legatee and devisee named in said will having presented to said court her petition in writing duly verified, representing, among other things, that said William Mumm, died testate, at the town aforesaid, in said county, on the 21st day of October 1890; that said instrument is the last will of said deceased and that no person is named therein as executor, and praying that said instrument be proven and admitted to probate and that letters of administration with will annexed be issued to Charles Heins of said county on the estate of said deceased: It is ordered, That said petiiton and the matters therein be heard, and proofs of said last will and testament be taken, at a special term of said county court to be held at the probate office in the city of Manitowoc, on Tuesday, the 9th day of December, 1890, at 10 o'clock A.M. And it is further ordered: That notice of the time and place of said hearing be given by publication hereof for three successive weeks, once each week, previous to the time of said hearing in the Manitowoc Pilot a newspaper published in said Manitowoc county. Dated November 10, 189 By the Court. Emil Baensch, County Judge. Schmit & Kirwan, Attys. Manitowoc Pilot, Thursday, November 13, 1890 P. 3 ********* (From 1880 Schleswig census: Wilhlem Mumm age 29 occ. teacher(crippled); mother Gertrude 62)

MURPHY, MRS. JOHN From Der Nord Westen, 10 Mar. 1904: Death in Town Liberty Sat. of Mrs. Murphy, widow of the late John Murphy, of old age debility.

MURPHY, MICHAEL E. FORMER COUNTY MAN DIES IN WEST The body of Michael E. Murphy, former Cooperstown man who died at Phoenix, Ariz., was brought to Cooperstown for burial, the Rev. Dusold officiating at the services. Mr. Murphy was a son of Maurice Murphy and was born at Cooperstown 63 years ago. He located at Ashland and thirteen years ago removed to Denver, Col., and later to Phoenix. He is survived by a widow and five sisters. The body was shipped from Phoenix to Green Bay where the Rev. J.T. O'Leary conducted mass and the remains were then taken to Cooperstown. Manitowoc Herald News, Manitowoc, Wis. March 19, 1920 P. 7

MURPHY, KATHERINE From Der Nord Westen, 20 Sep. 1906: A 5-mo. old little daughter of Wm. Murphy here died Wednesday evening last week. The tiny body was taken to Clarks Mills and buried there Friday morning. ******** Katherine Elizabeth Murphy Wisconsin, Death Records Name Katherine Elizabeth Murphy Event Type Death Event Date 1906 Event Place Manitowoc County, Wisconsin Residence Place Manitowoc, Gender Female Age 0 Race W Birth Date 17 Apr 1906 Birth Year (Estimated) 1906 Birthplace Manitowoc, Father's Name William Murphy Mother's Name Minnie Murphy "Wisconsin, Death Records, 1867-1907," database, FamilySearch ******** Katherine Eliz. Murphy Wisconsin Deaths and Burials Name Katherine Eliz. Murphy Gender Female Death Date 12 Sep 1906 Death Place Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin Age 0 Birth Date 17 Apr 1906 Birthplace Manitowoc Race White Father's Name William Murphy Father's Birthplace America Mother's Name Minnie Mother's Birthplace America "Wisconsin Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968," database, FamilySearch