MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT INDEX

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GABRIEL, ANNA Fechter, Clara M. vs Gabriel, Anna, widow of John Gabriel & his heirs & children: Jacob Gabriel, John Gabriel, Mary Gabriel, Frank Gabriel, Anna Gabriel, & Frank W. Stangel, Estate auction by Sheriff SE 1/4 NE 1/4 & S 1/2 of NW 1/4 NE 1/4 N 1/2 of NE 1/4 SE 1/4 Sect 21 T 21 N, R 24 E Mtwc Co. yr. 1892; #2057; CF47


GABRIEL, FRANK Fechter, Clara M. vs Gabriel, Anna, widow of John Gabriel & his heirs & children: Jacob Gabriel, John Gabriel, Mary Gabriel, Frank Gabriel, Anna Gabriel, & Frank W. Stangel, Estate auction by Sheriff SE 1/4 NE 1/4 & S 1/2 of NW 1/4 NE 1/4 N 1/2 of NE 1/4 SE 1/4 Sect 21 T 21 N, R 24 E Mtwc Co. yr. 1892; #2057; CF47


GABRIEL, JACOB Fechter, Clara M. vs Gabriel, Anna, widow of John Gabriel & his heirs & children: Jacob Gabriel, John Gabriel, Mary Gabriel, Frank Gabriel, Anna Gabriel, & Frank W. Stangel, Estate auction by Sheriff SE 1/4 NE 1/4 & S 1/2 of NW 1/4 NE 1/4 N 1/2 of NE 1/4 SE 1/4 Sect 21 T 21 N, R 24 E Mtwc Co. yr. 1892; #2057; CF47


GABRIEL, JOHN Fechter, Clara M. vs Gabriel, Anna, widow of John Gabriel & his heirs & children: Jacob Gabriel, John Gabriel, Mary Gabriel, Frank Gabriel, Anna Gabriel, & Frank W. Stangel, Estate auction by Sheriff SE 1/4 NE 1/4 & S 1/2 of NW 1/4 NE 1/4 N 1/2 of NE 1/4 SE 1/4 Sect 21 T 21 N, R 24 E Mtwc Co. yr. 1892; #2057; CF47


GABRIEL, MARY Fechter, Clara M. vs Gabriel, Anna, widow of John Gabriel & his heirs & children: Jacob Gabriel, John Gabriel, Mary Gabriel, Frank Gabriel, Anna Gabriel, & Frank W. Stangel, Estate auction by Sheriff SE 1/4 NE 1/4 & S 1/2 of NW 1/4 NE 1/4 N 1/2 of NE 1/4 SE 1/4 Sect 21 T 21 N, R 24 E Mtwc Co. yr. 1892; #2057; CF47


GACHENSTAL, W. Chloupeck, Wencel, (St. Wis) & John Chloupeck vs Schenfield, Wenzel et al & W. Gachenstal; Emanuel Fierst; George Kreinik; W. Gachenstal, Jr; stole oats and barley from the property yr. 1863; CX2525; CF18 Gachenstal W. Jr. Chloupeck, Wencel, (St. Wis) & John Chloupeck vs Schenfield, Wenzel et al & W. Gachenstal; Emanuel Fierst; George Kreinik; W. Gachenstal, Jr; stole oats and barley from the property yr. 1863; CX2525; CF18


GAG, JOSEPH Deleglise, Francis; Deleglise, Maurice Plaintiffs Deslarges, Benjamin; Gag, Joseph Defnedants (sic) Plaintiffs seek to collect on a note for $300.00 pluss (sic) interest note dated Mar. 5 1856. yr. 1858; #1736; C14


GAG, JOSEPH Deslagges, Benjamin; Gag, Joseph Defendants. Deleglise, Francis; Deleglise, Maurice Plaintffs Plntfs seek to collect on a note for $300.00 plus interest dated Mar 5 1856. yr. 1858; #1736; CF14


GAGE, F. Dunham, Lindsey W. (F. Gage vs) yr. 1860; X1253; CF10


GAGNONN, PETER 26-In re estate of Louis Klein, deceased:-Letters of special administration granted to Eliza Klein. John Roemer and Peter Gagnonn appointed as appraisers. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1882 P. 4


GALLAGHER, JOHN NOTE: Article/Court. John Gallagher paid $1 and costs, $5.50 for being drunk. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, August 11, 1904 P. 3


GALLENDER, BENJAMIN Circuit Court-Manitowoc County. STATE OF WISCONSIN.-Benjamin Gallender, John P. Rogers, Bethuel B. Vincent, Wm. Himrod, David Himrod, David Shecheck, John M. Vincent, Joseph T. Ryerson, James A. Smith, T. Troe, Thomas Thayer, Jonah Richards and B. Carpenter, and all other creditors of E. Durgin & Co., who elect to coinc(?) in under this decree in this case, Plaintiffs, AGAINST Ezra Durgin, Horacio Truman, David H. Van Valkenburg, Edgar D. Beardsley, Robert L. Bell, Wm. W. Waldo, George Le Fevre, John A. Dutcher, Defendants. Judgement of Foreclosure and Sale. BY VIRTURE OF, and pursuant to a judgement of foreclosure and sale, issued out of said Court in the above entitled action, on the 28th day of April, A.D., 1859, I shall expose for sale, and sell in public Auction at the Court House, of said County, on the 15th day of November, A.D., 1859 at the hour of 10 o'clock A.M. of said day, the following described mortgaged premises mentioned in the complaint of this action or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said Judgement, interest and costs, together with the expense and cost of sale, to wits-All of Block No. one hundred and forty-five (145,) Lot No. seven (7) to Block No. one hundred forty seven (147), Lots No. ten (10), eleven (11), twelve (12), thirteen (13), fourteen (14) of Block No. one hundred and forty three (143), in the village and county of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, together with all and singular the heredi?arments and appertenances thereunto appertaining. Dated, Sheriff's Office, July 19th, 1859. LOUIS KEMPER, Sheriff Isaac H. Famrish, Pt'iffs Att'y The Manitowoc Pilot, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, October 14, 1859 P. 4


GALLOUPE, OBARICS W. SHERIFF'S SALE. STATE OF WISCONSIN, Manitowoc County Circuit Court. Samuel F. Pratt, Pascal P. Pratt, and Edwin Beals, Plaintiffs, vs Obadiah H. Platt, Geo. Rice, Samuel Hale, John V. Ayer, Joseph J. Whiting, Obarics W. Galloupe, James W. Bless, Albert T. Whiting, Otis H. Price, J??nes McKenna, Albert J. Sanborn, August L. Sanborn, Gideon B. Collins, and Jacob Halverson, Defendants. BY virtue of a Judgment of foreclosure rendered by the Circuit Court in and for the County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, in the above entitled action on the 30th day of April, A.D. 1862, I will sell at Public Venue to the highest bidder at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc, in said county on Saturday the 21st day of June, A.D. 1862, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, the following described property or so much thereof as will raise the amount of said Judgment and costs, to-wit: Lot number fourteen (14), in block number one hundred and seventeen (117), in the village and county of Manitowoc; also all defendants (Obediah H. Platt,) interest in the north west quarter of section number twenty-eight (28) in township number twenty (20), north of range number twenty-two (22), east; containing one hundred and sixty acres of land more or less, all in the County of Manitowoc, and State of Wisconsin. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff. J.D. MARKHAM, Att'y, for Pltff's. Dated Sheriff's Office, May 8th 1862. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, October 22, 1862 P. 4


GANGER, CARL Jones, Benjamin vs. Ganger, Carl yr. 1867; #879; CF 7


GANGER, CARL, JR. Aultman, C., Co., a foreign corporation vs Hanson, Hans C.; Hanson, Emilia, wife of Hans C.; Breier, William; Fliegler, Jacob; Westphal, H.C.; Hartwig, Charles; Ohio Rake Company; Pitts Agricultural Works; Wallich, Charlotte Mortgage Foreclosure cross reference Schallowitz, Theresa; Radtke, August; Ganger, Carl Jr. contains mortgage # 17993 yr. 1890-1891; #2000; CF 47


GARDENER, WASHINGTON Jones, Benj. & Electa his wife (Gardener, Washington vs.) yr. 1861; #1641; CF 13


GAUTHIER, FREDERICK Knapp, Arthur D. see Frederick Gauthier Promissory note #396


GAUTHIER, FREDERICK Knapp, David B. (Frederick Gauthier vs) Promissory note yr. 1874; #396; CF26


GAYLORD, CHARLES Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. State of Wisconsin-Manitowoc County Circuit Court. Argalus W. Starks against Albert N. Baker, Sarah Baker, his wife, Ernst Wagner, Catharine Wagner, his wife, Damese L. Thomas, Joseph Thomas, Charles Gaylord, Thomas A.H. Edwards, and Goteleib Shalor. IN PURSUANCE of a judgment rendered in this action on the 26th day of October, 1859, I shall sell at public auction, for cash, at the Court House in the village of Manitowoc, on the ninth day of February, A.D. 1860, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, the following described mortgaged premises, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of said judgment and costs, and expenses of sale, to wit:-Lot 4 in block 129; lot 13 in block 112; lots 1 and 19 in block 195; lots 14, 15, and 18 in block 198; lots 3 and 4 in block 200; lots 19 and 20 in block 202; lots 9 and 12 in block 203; lots 21 and 22 in block 251; lots 13 and 16 in block 259; lots 6 and 7 in block 295; lots 19 and 20 in block 298; lots 10 and 11 in block 300; lots 15 and 18 in block 303; lots 11 and 14 in block 308; lots 7 and 10 in block 330; lots 21 and 22 in block 339; lots 12 and 13 in block 313; lots 11 and 14 in block D; lots 6 and 7 in block J; and lots 10 and 11 in block ?; all of said lots and blocks being situated in the west half of section thirty, in township number 19, range number twenty four, in the county of Manitowoc, and State of Wisconsin. -Sheriff's Office, Manitowoc, October 26, 1859. Louis Kemper, Sheriff. Palmer & Stark, Attornies. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, November 11, 1859 P.3


GAYNOR, THOMAS Crocker, Charles A. (State of Wis. vs) Assault of Thomas Gaynor yr. 1874; #CX2243; CF17


GAYNOR, THOMAS A. Crocker, William (Gaynor, Thomas A. (State of Wis) vs) Assault & beat yr. 1874; CX2256; CF17


GEELE, F. Henry Belitz - (F. Geele vs) yr. 1858; X1247; CF 10


GEENARD, (NO NAME) Alvord, Thos vs Flanagan, B. etal Geenard(?) accuses def. of assault yr. 1880; #1042A; CF34 or 54 (can't read)


GEIER, HENRY Clark, Ira (Henry Geier vs) Suit for payment for work, labor and services performed yr. 1874; #251; CF24


GELMAN, NO NAME Klingholz vs Gelman yr. 1868; X930; CF8


GERBER, PETER COUNTY COURT, SMART, J. In re estate of John Crossant, deceased: Proof of publication filed. Proof of will and certificate of proof of will. Peter Gerber appointed executor. Letters testamentary issued. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 21, 1882 P. 1


GERL, LOUIS NEED NOT TELL Cato Farmers Not Compelled by Court to Reveal Assets. In Probate court a decision has been handed down in the machinery case in which the A.W. Stevens Co., of Marinette, brought suit to compel Louis Gerl and Joseph Brey, Cato farmers, to reveal their property so as to secure on a judgdment (sic) for machinery sold the defendants. The court decides that the defendants cannot be compelled to answer because the Stevens Co. helds (sic) a chattel mortgage on the machinery and can sell it for the judgment and until this action is taken there is no legality in the proceedings brought. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, March 9, 1904 P. 4


GIBSON, A.C. Circuit Court-Manitowoc County. Michael Mahoney agt. Geo. Rice, Albert Journey, Benjamin Symes, W.W. Young, A.C. Gibson and Marshall Morse. THE STATE OF WISCONSIN.-To George Rice, Albert Journey, Benjamin Symes, W.W. Young, A.C. Gibson, and Marshal Morse, Defendants:-You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint of Michael Mahoney Plaintiff, which was on the 8th day of July, 1859 filed in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for the County of Manitowoc, at Manitowoc, Wis., and to serve a copy of your answer on the subscriber, at Manitowoc, Wis., within twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and if you fail to answer said complaint as hereby required, the Plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Wm. M. Nichols, Pl'ff Att'y. Manitowoc, July 9th, 1859 Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, August 5, 1859 P.3


GIBSON, JACOB Jacob Gibson ag. George Rice and Rueben Rice. Foreclosre. J.D. Markan, Pltff's Atty. C.H. Walker, Deft's Atty. Judgment signed. CIRCUIT COURT for MANITOWOC COUNTY. JUDGE TAYLOR PRESIDING. April 28, 1859.


GIDDONS, N.B. Knapwurst, Frederick et al; Fredericka, Johanna, John, Catherine, Peter, Henry, Willaiam, Knapwurst N.B. Giddons T.G. Ames (Hermann, Henry vs) Mortgage Foreclosure yr. 1876; #464; CF27


GIELOW, CHRISTIAN ORDER FOR PROOF OF WILL. First publication Jan. 13th 1887. STATE OF WISCONSIN, Manitowoc County. ss Probate Office, Manitowoc, January 11th, A.D., 1886. In the matter of the Proof and Probate of the last Will and Testament of Christian Gielow, deceased, late of the City and County of Manitowoc. Whereas, an instrument in writing, purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Christian Gielow, deceased, late of the County of Manitowoc, has been filed in this office; and whereas application has been made by C.A. Gielow who is named in said Will as the Executor thereof, praying that the same be proven and admitted to Probate according to the laws of this State, and that letters testamentary be issued thereon as provided by law; Therefore it is ordered that said application be heard before me at the Probate Office in the City of Manitowoc, in said County, on Tuesday, the 8th day of February, A.D., 1887, at 10 o'clock, A.M. And it is further ordered that notice shall be given to all persons interested in said will, of the time and place of said hearing, by publication of a copy of this order in the Nord-Westen, a newspaper printed in said County, for three successive weeks, once each week, prior to the time of such hearing. By the County, Carl H. Schmidt, County Judge. Der Nord Westen, Thursday, January 13, 1887 P. 5


GIESE, (NO NAME) Adams, Francis W. (Blackert, Giese vs) year 1856; #X1711; CF 13


GILBERT, CHANCEY Dunkle, Anna vs Chancey Gilbert yr. 1856; X383; CF3


GILBERT, CHAUNCEY Barrows, Geo. W. vs Gilbert, Chauncey yr. 1857; X631; CF 5


GILBERT, H. Chase, William C. (H. Gilbert vs) yr. 1862; #1243; CF10


GILBERT, J. Thomas Anderson - (J. Gilbert vs) yr. 1861; X1258; CF 10


GILBERT, N.J. Elliot, Steven et al (St. of Wis. vs.) Elliot, Steven (Jr) (St. of Wis. vs.) Elliot, James (St. of Wis. vs.) Short, Patrick; Kittell, A.D.; Koehler, J.A.; Miles, Guy; Kern, E.; Emerson, L.; Rand, E.W.; Gilbert, N.J. yr. 1871; CX2701; CF20


GILBERT, NILES J. Emerson, Lyman vs. Pease, Erastus et al. et al = J. Neuman; Ruth Pease, wife of E.D. Pease; Cole, R.W.; Harriet S. Cole wife of R.W. Cole; August Neuman; Sarah & Edith Pellett infants (guard. Geo. Cooper) [Mtg. assigned from Mary Arnold to Niles J. Gilbert]; Louisa, Elizabeth, Magdalena, Joseph & Edward Kirscher - infants-reside with Anna Kirscher, their mother & guardian. Anna Kirscher, Chas. Steinbrecker & Mary M.; Julius Neuman & wf Margaret Neuman; Valentin Neuman yr. 1885; #1466; CF40


GILBERT, RITA In County Court, Manitowoc County. In the Matter of Rita Gilbert, alleged insane. Hearing had January 14, 1919 and said Rita Gilbert adjudged insane and committed to the Northern Hospital for the Insane. Costs Physicians, W.G. Kemper $4.40; J.E. Meany, $4.40. Sheriff Thomas Brennan. Committed to Hospital, $17.25.


GILLET, HUGH CIRCUIT COURT NTOES. The criminal calendar was set for yesterday. W.R. Kimball again occupies the reporter's desk. Promptness and punctuality do not seem to be characteristics of Manitowoc attorneys. W.J. Turner, now of Milwaukee, came down to attend to his numerous cases in court here. Court opened on Tuesday, June 6th, Judge N.S. Gilson, presiding. His honor keeps up his habit of promptness and hard work. Joshua Stark, one of Milwaukee's veteran lawyers, came down as attorney for the defense in the case of Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. J. Wahlaeger, Secretary of the Concordia Fire Ins. Co., of Milwaukee was in court, being interested in some of the cases. John Robinson, of Kossuth, made his appearance in the court room on Thursday and shook hands with his honor, the judge. The jurors have a fine time, when not on duty, lounging in the court house park, which Sheriff Murphy keeps in excellent condition. Henry Levenhagen and Dennis Shanahan are the accommodating attendants, and they make the jurors feel at home. It was found necessary to order a special venire of eight men, and the following names were retained as such jurors: Hm. Martins, John Comer, Mich. Ripplinger, Hugh Gillet, Wm. Bach, J.P. Wickert, Wm. Groll, John Bolen. The following cases have been disposed of up to date: The board of supervisors of Brown Co., vs. John Shoemaker and Chr. Schwarts. Leave granted to file supplementary answer. Christian Koch vs. Fred Carus et al. Judgment of foreclosure. Amund Oleson vs. Louis Mendlik et al. Jury, consisting of the following, drawn and sworn: A. Dittmar, Math. Kavenagh, C.W. Behuke, H. Horstman, James Ready, Chas. Jenkins, Pet. Wagner, Ferd. Ree, E.N. Haynes, Hy Gries, O. Fennigan, Wm. Luebke. After trial, they returned a verdict that "the plaintiff released the defendant Louis Mendlick from his obligation to pay the one thousand dollars note, described in the complaint." Weligt Clapp vs. Fred. Langenfeldt et al. Stipulation and order filed. George Bill vs. Anton Stoll: Motion for a non-suit granted. Jos. Fehrenbacher et al vs. John Schupp et al. Jury drawn, as follows: Chas. Jenkins, Fred, Below, R.W. Cole, Wm. Luebke, And. Kralick, Timothy Lavine, Jos. Vrany, Hm. Horstman, Eli. Cone, Peter Wagner, John Bull, Math. Kevenagh, Jury return special verdict; damage for plaintiff, one dollar. Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. Jury drawn es (sic) follows: Jac. Grimm, John Jan, John Lucckow (sic), Hugh Gillet, Wm. Groll, H. Loeh, Msch. Ripplinger, Moritz Kiel, John Comer, H. Gries, Alb. Dittmar, Owen Pinegan. Special verdict returned, favorable to plaintiff. Motion made for a new trial. Stay of proceedings for a new trial. Math. Stauet vs. C.W. Birdsail et al. suit granted as to defendants. Hanson & Scove. Mary Pope et al vs. John Nenahlo, affidavit of death of defendant filed. Order revising and continuing suit against administrator. C.W. White vs. G.A. Forrest. Report of Receiver filed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, June 13, 1882 P. 1


GILLET, HUGH CIRCUIT COURT NTOES. The criminal calendar was set for yesterday. W.R. Kimball again occupies the reporter's desk. Promptness and punctuality do not seem to be characteristics of Manitowoc attorneys. W.J. Turner, now of Milwaukee, came down to attend to his numerous cases in court here. Court opened on Tuesday, June 6th, Judge N.S. Gilson, presiding. His honor keeps up his habit of promptness and hard work. Joshua Stark, one of Milwaukee's veteran lawyers, came down as attorney for the defense in the case of Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. J. Wahlaeger, Secretary of the Concordia Fire Ins. Co., of Milwaukee was in court, being interested in some of the cases. John Robinson, of Kossuth, made his appearance in the court room on Thursday and shook hands with his honor, the judge. The jurors have a fine time, when not on duty, lounging in the court house park, which Sheriff Murphy keeps in excellent condition. Henry Levenhagen and Dennis Shanahan are the accommodating attendants, and they make the jurors feel at home. It was found necessary to order a special venire of eight men, and the following names were retained as such jurors: Hm. Martins, John Comer, Mich. Ripplinger, Hugh Gillet, Wm. Bach, J.P. Wickert, Wm. Groll, John Bolen. The following cases have been disposed of up to date: The board of supervisors of Brown Co., vs. John Shoemaker and Chr. Schwarts. Leave granted to file supplementary answer. Christian Koch vs. Fred Carus et al. Judgment of foreclosure. Amund Oleson vs. Louis Mendlik et al. Jury, consisting of the following, drawn and sworn: A. Dittmar, Math. Kavenagh, C.W. Behuke, H. Horstman, James Ready, Chas. Jenkins, Pet. Wagner, Ferd. Ree, E.N. Haynes, Hy Gries, O. Fennigan, Wm. Luebke. After trial, they returned a verdict that "the plaintiff released the defendant Louis Mendlick from his obligation to pay the one thousand dollars note, described in the complaint." Weligt Clapp vs. Fred. Langenfeldt et al. Stipulation and order filed. George Bill vs. Anton Stoll: Motion for a non-suit granted. Jos. Fehrenbacher et al vs. John Schupp et al. Jury drawn, as follows: Chas. Jenkins, Fred, Below, R.W. Cole, Wm. Luebke, And. Kralick, Timothy Lavine, Jos. Vrany, Hm. Horstman, Eli. Cone, Peter Wagner, John Bull, Math. Kevenagh, Jury return special verdict; damage for plaintiff, one dollar. Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. Jury drawn es (sic) follows: Jac. Grimm, John Jan, John Lucckow (sic), Hugh Gillet, Wm. Groll, H. Loeh, Msch. Ripplinger, Moritz Kiel, John Comer, H. Gries, Alb. Dittmar, Owen Pinegan. Special verdict returned, favorable to plaintiff. Motion made for a new trial. Stay of proceedings for a new trial. Math. Stauet vs. C.W. Birdsail et al. suit granted as to defendants. Hanson & Scove. Mary Pope et al vs. John Nenahlo, affidavit of death of defendant filed. Order revising and continuing suit against administrator. C.W. White vs. G.A. Forrest. Report of Receiver filed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, June 13, 1882 P. 1


GILLETT, (NO NAME) Birdsall vs Gillett yr. 1858; X0033; CF 8


GILLETT, WILLIS State of Wis vs Birdsall, John E. (????) Jacob Hessel vs John E. Birdsall; Benj. Birdsall; Willis Gillett assault in Tn. Kossuth subpoenea to: Margaretha Ewe; Anna Maria Hessel Sr.; John Hessel; Martin Hasemer; Anna Maria Hessel wife of John Hessel; John Fetzer; Anna Maria Hessel, wife of Jacob Hessel; Caspar Ewe; Henry Ma?? 7 wit. fees pd to Judgment of "guilty for dfts" $50. + costs remanded to Sheboygan jail till paid (more on back of card) yr. 1854; #253; CF 2 (back of card) wit. for prosecution Jacob Hessel; Chas. Mueller; Anna Maria Hessel; John H(can't read); Caspar Ewe; Margaretha Ewe; Martin Hassemer; Anna Maria Hessel, Mother of Jacob Hessel; John Herschman; wit. for dft. D. ?. Westgate; Lorenz Peterson; Caspar Ewe brother-in-law of Jacob Hessel; ??? U.S.A. 8 yrs.; Anna Maria Hessel, wife of John Hessel test. her husb a "bro. of Jacob" Hessel family man, wife & 3 chr ages 9, 8 & 9 mos. Ewe family - man, wife, mother of wife, 5 ch & Martin Hassemer Hessel shot, broken arm, may need amputation.


GJERALDSON, GERTRUDE COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. Feb. 14-In re estate of Gertrude Gjeraldson, deceased; inventory filed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 28, 1882 P. 4


GJERALDSON, GERTRUDE COUNTY COURT, SMART, J. In re estate of Gertrude Gjeraldson, deceased; Bernard Roemer and Martin Van Zone appointed appraisers. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 21, 1882 P. 1


GLASSHOFF, PETER Chamberlain, George etal vs Glasshoff, Peter etal Financial dispute yr. 1882; #1258; CF 37


GLINER, JOHN Killen, Wm. H. VS Reddin, Matt & his wf Anna Reddin; P. Hauch; J.P. Watt; John Gliner; Wencel Kellson; Wm. Rahr Sons Co.; John J. Muhau yr. 1899; #634; CF 58


GLOE, ELIZA Chgo & NW RR Co. (Gloe, Eliza vs) Property disputeyr. 1905; CF 64 Glompsky Frank Buldthaupt, Henry vs Glompsky, Frank Accuses def. of assault & battery Found for def. yr. 1900; #3719; CF 59


GLOMSKY, CONSTANCE Ehrendreich, Caroline; Ehrendreich, Julia; Glomsky, Constance Money yr. 1866; #1763; CF44


GLOVE, GEORGE S. DeGuire, Arsine (Glove, George S. St. Wis vs) Cut down treesw/o authority yr. 1858; CX2684; CF19


GLOVER, (NO NAME) Backus vs Glover yr. 1869; X988; CF 8


GLOVER, (NO NAME) Block vs Glover yr. 1866; X1032; CF 8


GLOVER, (NO NAME) Claque (Glover vs) yr. 1855; #241; CF2


GLOVER, (NO NAME) Duville, Mitchell (Smith & Glover vs) yr. 1852; X92; CF1


GLOVER, (NO NAME) Edson (Glover vs) yr. 1854; #180; CF2


GLOVER, G. Martin Kinney (G. Glover vs) yr. 1861; X1109; CF9


GLOVER, NO NAME Knudson, Torger vs Glover et al yr. 1865; X1083; CF9


GLOVER, G. DeGuire, Arsine (G. Glover vs) yr. 1858; X1091; CF9


GLOVER, G. Edwards, Joseph (G. Glover vs) yr. 1859; X1072; CF9


GLOVER, GEORGE S. George S. Glover ag. Joseph Edwards and Anna Edwards. Motion. Lee & Walker Pltff's Attys'. J.D. Markham Deft's Atty. Judgment for Defendants by Plantiff's consent. CIRCUIT COURT for MANITOWOC COUNTY. JUDGE TAYLOR PRESIDING. April 28, 1859.


GLOVER, GEORGE S. Jones, William S. vs. Glover, George S. yr. 1862; #1311; CF 11


GLOVER, GEORGE S. Classon, J.H. (Glover, Geo. S. vs) yr. 1857; X640; CF5


GLOVER, GEORGE S. Dutton, George S. Plaintiff Glover, George S.; Glover, William H. Defendants Dfnts borrowed 396.03 on a 1 yr 10% note from plntf but didn't repay. yr. 1863; #2193; CF16


GLOVER, J. James Barry - (J. Glover vs) yr. 1870; X897; CF 7


GLOVER, J. Curran, Mary E. & (J. Glover vs) Unk heirs of James Curran, dec. yr. 1856; X331; CF3


GLOVER, J. Dallmann, William (J. Glover vs) yr. 1869; X1251; CF10


GLOVER, J. Donahugh, Michael (J. Glover vs) yr. 1859; X1245; CF10


GLOVER, J.P. Ed Carl (J.P. Glover vs) yr. 1859; X1252; CF 10


GLOVER, JAMES Keil, William vs. Glover, James P. yr. 1869;X 1810; CF 11


GLOVER, JAMES Frederick S. Kirtland vs James Glover yr. 1858; X1085; CF9


GLOVER, JAMES CHANCERY SALE. STATE OF WISCONSIN. Circuit Court for Manitowoc County. In Equity. James P. Glover surviving partner of the late firm of Smith and Glover, Complainants vs. John Whitcomb, & Mary Whitcomb, Defendants. In pursuance and by virtue of a decretal order made the 20. day of March A.D. 1855, in the above entitled cause I shall expose for sale and sell at public vendue at the Office of L.T. Warren in the village of Manitowoc in the County aforesaid on Monday the 21st day of May A.D. 1855, at ten o'clock in the forenoon the following described mortgaged premises to wit; Lots No. one (1) and two (2) in Block No. three hundred and twenty-two (322) in the village Plat of Manitowoc, according to the recorded map of said Town. Dated at Manitowoc this 3. day of April A.D. 1855. F.W. Adams, Sheriff. L.T. WARREN, complt. Soliciter. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, April 5, 1855 P. 3


GLOVER, JAMES P. MANITOWOC CO. Circuit Court-In Equity. James P. Glover, surviving partner of the firm of Smith & Glover, Complainants, vs. John Whitcomb, and Mary Whitcomb, Defendants. -Foreclosure. It satisfactorily appearing to me that a subpoena to answer was duly issued out of and under the seal of this Court, in the above cause, on the 22d day of November, A.D. 1854, and that the said subpoena has been returned by the Sheriff of Manitowoc County by his special Deputy authorized to serve the same, with a return thereon endorsed, that the said defendant John Whitcomb, is not to be found in said county; and it further appearing, from the affidavit of L.T. Warren, the complainant's solicitor, that the said defendant, John Whitcomb, is not a resident of the State of Wisconsin; Therefore, on motion of L.T. Warren, counsel for the complaintants, it is ordered that the said John Whitcomb appear in our said Court, and plead, answer, or demur to the bill of complaint on file in this cause, by the tenth day of March, 1855, and that in default thereof, the said bill be taken as confessed by the said defendant; and it is further ordered, that a copy of this order be served personaily on the said defendant within twenty days of that a copy thereof be published in the "Manitowoc Tribune,' a newspaper printed, published and circulated in said County of Manitowoc, for six weeks successively, the first publication to be within twenty days from the date of this order. S.A. WOOD, Court Commissioner for Manitowoc Co. L.T. WARREN, Solicitor and of counsel for Complainants. Attest Chas. A. Reuter, Clerk of Circit Court. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, December 23, 1854 P. 3


GLOVER, JAMES P. Knapp, David B. vs Glover, James P. yr. 1857; X1302; CF11


GLOVER, JAMES P. IN JUSTICE COURT. Manitowoc County-Town of Manitowoc. To F.M. Boucher-You are hereby notified, that a warrant of attachment has been issued against you, and your property attached to satisfy the demand of James P. Glover, amounting to seventy nine 13-100 dollars. Now unless you shall appear before George N. Woodin, a Justice of the Peace, in and for said county, at his office in said town, on the 29th day of August, A.D., 1859, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, Judgment will be rendered against you, and your property sold to pay the debt. Dated this 28th day of July, A.D. 1859. JAMES P. GLOVER, Plaintiff. The Manitowoc Pilot, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, October 14, 1859 P. 4


GLOVER, JAMES P. In Justice Court, Manitowoc County-Town of Manitowoc. TO F.M. Boucher-You are hereby notified, that a warrant of attachment has been issued against you, and your property attached to satisfy the demand of James P. Glover, amounting to seventy nine 13-100 dollars. Now unless you shall appear before George N. Woodin, a Justice of the Peace, in and for said county, at his office in said town, on the 20th day of August, A.D., 1859, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, Judgment will be rendered against you, and your property sold to pay the debt. Dated this 28th day of July, A.D. 1859. James P. Glover, Plaintiff. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, September 23, 1859 P.4


GLOVER, JOHN N. Bleser, Adam Plaintiff Turpin, Joseph; Glover, John N. Defendants Frederick Boucher of Manitowoc Rapids sold a mortgage by dfndts to plaintiff. Mortgage for 50.00 10% interest for 1 yr. covered purchase price of 40 acres in town Eaton. Mortgage forclosed and sold to Bleser for enough to cover mortgage and costs. yr. 1858; #1758; Boc(sic) CF 14 FLB


GLOVER, P. Cutway, Francis (P. Glover vs) yr. 1858; X1266; CF10


GLOVER, P. Dillon, John (P. Glover vs) yr. 1859; X1269; CF10


GLOVER, P. Donnelly, Henry (P. Glover vs) yr. 1859; X1268; CF10


GLOVER, P. Doty, James D. (P. Glover vs) yr. 1859; X1263; CF10


GLOVER, P. Eschenberg, H. et al vs P. Glover yr. 1860; X1576; CF12


GLOVER, PELEG Clark, Derby Plaintiff Loftus, John; Loftus, Catharine wife, Glover, Peleg Defendants Dfnts mortgage 40 acres of land in Pigeon Lake area of town of Liberty to plntf. Mortgage on foreclosed land sold by sheriff to plntf. Amt received is not enought (sic) to cover debts so judgement against dfndts for 108.34. yr. 1858; #2176; Box DF6


GLOVER, PELEG Dworzak, Francis (Franz) vs Peleg, Glover et al yr. 1867; X858l; CF7


GLOVER, PELEG Edson, H.B. (Peleg Glover vs) yr. 1850; X44, CF1


GLOVER, PELEG In Justice Court. Manitowoc County-Town of Manitowoc. TO F.M. Boucher-You are hereby notified that a warrant of attachment has been issued against you, and your property attached to satisfy the demand of Peleg Glover, amounting to forty six 89-100 dollars. Now, unless you shall appear before George N. Woodin, a Justice of the Peace, in and for said county, at his office in said town, on the 20th day of August, A.D. 1859, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, judgment will be rendered against you and your property sold to pay the debt. Dated this 28th day of July, A.D., 1859. Peleg Glover, Plaintiff. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, September 23, 1859 P.4


GLOVER, PELEG In Justice Court. Manitowoc county-Town of Manitowoc. TO F.M. Boucher-You are hereby notified that a warrant of attachment has been issued against you, and your property attached to satisfy the demand of Peleg Glover, amounting to forty six 89-100 dollars. Now unless you shall appear before George N. Woodin, a Justice of the Peace, in and for said county, at his office in said town, on the 29th day of August, A.D. 1859, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, judgement will be rendered against you and your property sold to pay the debt. Dated this 28th day of July, A.D., 1859. Peleg Glover, Plaintiff. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, August 5, 1859 P.3


GLOVER, R. John E. Birdsell - (R. Glover vs) yr. 1856; X1249; CF 10


GLOVER, R.E. Alter, Eugene Defendant - Glover, R.E. Plaintiff Plntf hired dfndt to drive plntf's team and wagon to Sheboygan and back. Plntf contends that dfndt damaged on horse of team thru neglect. Jury did not agree yr. 1854; #2131; Box CF 16 FLB


GLOVER, RUSSELL E. REFEREE'S SALE. STATE OF WISCONSIN, MANITOWOC County, Circuit Court. Ole G. Knudson, against Nills Nielson, Harold Torrison, H.W. Chamberlain, Abner S. Wise, Singamund Wise, James W. Vail, T. Little, C.R. Baker, Nicholas Wollmer, Russell E. Glover, William Buch, Knud Torrison and Jule Torrison. By virtue of a judgment of foreclosure rendered by the Circuit Court in and for the county of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, in the above entitled action on the 30th day of April A.D., 1862, I will sell at Public Venue to the highest bidder at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc, in said county, on Saturday the 22d day of August A.D. 1862 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, of as much thereof as will reflect the amount of said judgment and costs, to-wit: One square acre of land out of the south-east corner of the east half of section numbered six (6), in township numbered eighteen (18), north of range no. 22 east, all in the county of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin. S.A. WOOD, Referee. J.D. MARKHAN, Atty. for Pltff. Date, Manitowoc May 6th 1862. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, October 22, 1862 P. 4


GLOVER, W. Jonas Brandies (W. Glover vs) yr. 1863; X1239; CF 10


GLOVER, W. King, Robert (W. Glover vs) yr. 1862; X780; CF7


GLOVER, W. Donahue, Michael (W. Glover vs) yr. 1860; X1241; CF10


GLOVER, W. Louis Kemper (W. Glover vs) yr. 1863; X 1096; CF 9


GLOVER, WILLIAM G. Isaac Calder or Caldwell(sic) (Louisville, Ky) Will of William G. Glover yr. 1871; #104; CF 22


GLOVER, WILLIAM H. Dutton, George S. Plaintiff Glover, George S.; Glover, William H. Defendants Dfnts borrowed 396.03 on a 1 yr 10% note from plntf but didn't repay. yr. 1863; #2193; CF16


GLOVER, WILLIAM H. Kenosha Co. Banks vs William H. Glover et al yr. 1862; X 1103; CF 9


GLOVER, WILLIAM H. SHERIFF'S SALE. Circuit Court-Manitowoc County. William H. Glover vs. Thomas Kennedy. BY virtue of an execution issued from said Court, to me directed and delivered, against the personal and real property of the above named defendant, Thomas Kennedy, I have this day seized and levied upon all the right, title and interest which the said defendant had in and to Lots twelve 12, and five 5, in the town plot of Lenaville, in the town of Manitowoc Rapids county of Manitowoc, state of Wisconsin, with the appurtenances thereto belonging, on the 9th day of May, A.D. 1862, or he may have since acquired thereto, which said right, title and interest of said defendant, I shall expose for sale and sell at the Court House, in the village of Manitowoc, on the 6th day of September, A.D. 1862, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, to satisfy said execution together with the expenses of sale. Dated Sheriff's Office, Manitowoc, July 16, 1862. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff of Manitowoc County, Wis. GEO. N. WOODIN, Pl'tff's Att'y. The above sale is adjourned to the 20th day of September, 1862, at the same hour and place. Dated Sept. 6, 1862. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff. by R.T. BLAKE, Under Sheriff. GEO. N. WOODIN, Pl'ff's Att'y. The above sale is further adjourned until October 4th, 1862, at the same hour and place. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff. by R.T. BLAKE, Under Sheriff. Dated September 17th, 1862. The above sale is further adjourned until October 18th, 1862, at the same hour and place. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff. by R.T. BLAKE, Under Sheriff. The Manitowoc Pilot, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, October 24, 1862 P. 4


GLOVER, WILLIAM R. M. Brewer Will of William R. Glover yr. 1871; #104; CF 22


GLOVER, WM. C. Bell, Robert S. Captain Captain Bell purchased the schooner Wm. Tell from Joseph C. McCormick, giving notes and a mortgage to Wm. C. Glover who in turn issued note to McCormick as security for the balance of the sale of the Schooner. yr. 1864; #1972; Box CF 15 FLB


GLOVER, WM. H. Grand and Petit Jurors. We are indebted to W.F. Eldridge, Esq., Deputy Clerk of the Court, for the following list of Grand and Petit Jurors, drawn on Saturday last for the October term of the Circuit Court. GRAND JURORS. Martin Brothers, Albert Barry, L.S. House, H.H. Smith, Joseph Waller, Edmund Sullivan, Casper Fleischer, Bartley McGuire, Wm. Lendt, Ira Clark, James Kirby, Charles Tisch, N. Sorrenson, W. H. Metcalf, Michael Fellows, Thomas Watts, Plinny Price, Joseph Vilas, Jr., Adam Roberts, John F. Guyles, Thomas Burns, Wm. H. Glover, C.P. Northrop. PETIT JURORS. James H. Hudges, John O'Laughlin, John O'Hern, A.C. Pool, Dan Shanahan, Sam. H. Phillips, August Riebler, August Apel, J. Draper, D. Neagel, L.H. Knapp, John Kenn, H.F. Hubbard, Richard Ownes, A.W. Bowman, Jas. Bennett, W. Clothier, John Birdsell, Jospeh Symes, Win. Smith, Conrad Bates, George Sharp, Ava Smith, H. Schlichting, Geo. S. Lawrence, H.F. Belitz, C.H. Jennison, M. Oleson, F. Kulhman, J. Wenner, C.F. Rendiger, Henry Riesland, Briston Rowley, Peter Schneider, Henry Heap, Edward Saunders. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, September 16, 1859 P.3


GLOVER, ZILPHA Abbott, Eldridge Plaintiff Defendants: McAllister, Charles Glover, Zilpha On May 1 1856 McAllister mtg'd 5 lots in village of Mtwc. to Eldridge of Green Lake WI. Mtge changed hands 3 times finally back to Abbott. at time of Foreclosure McAllister owed $1,092.02 Real estate sold at auction for $350.00 Glover is defendant by reason of a claim on the property. yr 1858; #1780; Box CF 14 FLB


GLOVER, ZILPHA SHERIFF'S SALE, State of Wisconsin Manitowoc County, Circuit Court. Eldridge L. Abbott pl'ff. against Charles McAlister, & Zilpha Glover, Def'ts. Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. In virtue of and pursuant to a judgment rendered in said Court in the above entitled action, dated October 28th 1858, I shall expose for sale and sell at public auction at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc on Saturday the 20th day of August A.D. 1859, at the hour of 10 A.M. of that day, the following described mortgaged premises, or so much thereof, as may be necessary to raise the amount of said judgment, interest and cost, together with the expenses of sale to-wit: all those certain pieces or parcels of land situated in the Village and County of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin, viz; lots number sixteen (16) seventeen (17) and eighteen (18) in block number one hundred and fifteen (115) and lots number fifteen (15) and seventeen (17) in Block number one hundred an sixteen (116). Dated at Sheriff's Office Manitowoc, Wisconsin, Feb. 14th 1859. L. KEMPER, Sheriff. By. F. SOLOMON, Deputy. J.D. MARKHAM, Att'y for Plff. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, April 30, 1859 P. 4


GLOVERS, WILLIAM Blake, Robert F. Defendant Pierce, T. Jerome Plaintiff Blake as deputy sheriff, persuant to a court order in the case of William S. Jones and Thomas S. Shepard VS George S. Glover and William Glovers, Blake conficated(sic) about 30,000 feet of pine lumber on the pier at Manitowoc as stock in trade of the Glover firm. Jury didn't agree with Blake and awarded Pierce $220.00 damages. yr. 1862; #1866; Box CF 14 FLB


GLUECKSTEIN, HENRY Bias, Matthias vs Glueckstein, Henry yr. 1880; 1133; CF 36


GODFREY, (NO NAME) Brooks - Godfrey 1879 CF29 653


GODFREY, (NO NAME) Dewing - Godfrey yr. 1879; #653; CF29


GOEDJEN, ELLEN Fehmling, Fred. (for permit to sell lands) of 770 N. Halstead St., Chicago, Ill. John McCarty, then resident of Mtwc. Co. d. intest. many years ago. Surv. by widow, Mary McCarty. Ch: Nora McCarty, Mary Fehmling nee McCarty formerly petitioner's wife, John McCarty, Dennis McCarty, Joseph McCarty, Bridget Bertchey nee McCarty, Margaret Driscoll nee McCarty, Catherine Lynch nee McCarty now dec., Ellen Goeden nee McCarty, (1901) Fred Fehmling now resides at Berrien Springs, Berrien Co., Mich. Wm. Fehmling, one of ch., res @ Barrien Spgs and was 21 on 22 June 1901. Fred. Fehmling, son, d. 10 May 1891 ca. age 14 Mary MCarty (sic) d. 30 Mar. 1898 yr. 1889; #1933; CF46 Goedwin Elizabeth Eames, Jenette & Goedwin, Elizabeth; Smith, Lafayette & Smith, Ira vs Smith, Rockaway; Smith, James L.; Smith, Ira M.; Smith, Alfred; Smith Ella; Van Valkenburg, Daniel S; Van Valkenburg, Wallace G.; Van Valkenburg, Robert G. & Van Valkenburg, Orrin B. Settelment of Estate. yr. 1894; #3020; CF31


GOEHEE, EMILY Dunkin (Duncan), John S. (State of Wis vs) 1st Wife Emily Goehee m-22 Nov 1835 Town of Bombay, Franklin, N.Y. 2nd Wife Sarah Douglas m-15 Sep 1871 Town of Cato, MTWC, WI Bigamy yr. 1873; CX2683; CF19


GOERES, (NO NAME) Drehor, Carl Deft. - Goeres Pltf. Collect pay for painting. Town of Eaton yr. 1877; #708; CF30


GOERES, BERNBARD (SIC) COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. 21-In re estate of Bernbard (sic) Goeres, deceased; order entered for proof of will. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 28, 1882 P. 4


GOERES, H. Ellenbecker, John/Kuenne, Herman (Goeres, H. vs.) libel case/all reside at Kiel. Kuenne & Ellenbecker owners & pub. of "Kiel Nat. Zeitung" a German nspr pub. at Kiel. yr. 1903; #3943; CF63


GOERES, HENRY F. Belitz, Henry F. - (Henry F. Goeres vs) yr. 1876; X1642; CF 13


GOERS, (NO NAME) Dreher - Goers yr. 1877; #708; CF30


GOERS, BERNARD (GOERES?) (First publication February 28, 1882) STATE OF WISCONSIN, COUNTY OF MAN itowoc (sic). ss. Probate Office, Manitowoc, February 21st, A.D., 1882. In the matter of the Proof and Probate of the last Will and Testament of Bernard Goers, deceased, late of the County of Manitowoc, Whereas, an instrument in writing, purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Bernard Goers, deceased, late of the County of Manitowoc, has been filed in this office; and whereas application has been made by Henry Goers praying that the same be proven and admitted to Probate according to the law of this State; and that he be appointed administrator with the will annexed of said estate. Therefore, it is ordered that said application be heard before me at the Probate Office in Manitowoc, in said County, on Tuesday,the 28th day of March, A.D., 1882, at 10 o'clock, A.M. And it is further ordered, that notice shall be given to all persons interested in said will, of the time and place of said hearing, by publication in the Lake Shore Times, a newspaper printed in said connity (sic), for three successive weeks, once each week, prior to the time of such hearing. By the Court; R.D. SMART, County Judge H.G. & W.J. Turner, Attys. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 28, 1882 P. 4


GOETYLA, (NO NAME) Board of Supervisors vs Goetyla yr. 1854; X1036; CF 8


GOETZ, ALOIS Breu, Joseph (Alois Goetz vs) Promissory note dispute yr. 1886; #1378; CF 42


GOETZ, ALOIS Christmann, John Peter (Alois Goetz vs) Promissory note dispute yr. 1886; #1378; CFR42


GOETZLER & SON No decision has been given in Municipal court in the case in which Goetzler & Son sue the city for $139 for work at the library. The case was ended at noon. It is probable that Knickelbein & Dummer will also demand pay for the work in court. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Friday, March 17, 1905 P. 2


GOETZLER, VALENTINE COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. 23-In re estate of George Veith, deceased; Fred Breunig and Valentine Goetzler appointed appraisers and inventory filed. Order entered to sell personal estate. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 28, 1882 P. 4


GOFF, WILLIAM Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. State of Wisconsin-Manitowoc County Circuit Court. Julius Henry Kimball against Floyd Johnson, William Goff, Josiah Johnson, Henry B. Towslec, Daniel Knapp, Henry Howard, Alanson Hickok, Lindsey W. Dunham. IN PURSUANCE of a Judgment rendered in this action, on the 25th day of October, 1859, I shall sell at public auction for cash, at the Court House in the village of Manitowoc, on the ninth day of February A.D. 1860, at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon, the following described mortgaged premises, or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said judgment and costs and expenses of sale, to wit: The south half of the north-east quarter, and the north east quarter of the south east quarter of section number two, township number nineteen, north of range number twenty two east, containing 120 acres of land, more or less, together with the steam saw mill and its appurtenances created on or near said premises by the said Goff and Josiah Johnson.-Sheriff's office, Manitowoc, October 25, 1859. Louis Kemper, Sheriff. J.I. Pittit, Plaintiff's Attorney, of Kenosha city. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, October 28, 1859 P.3


GOGLIN, CARL COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. 23-In re estate of Carl Goglin, deceased; letters testamentary issued to John Franz. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 28, 1882 P. 4


GOGOLIN, CARL 23-In re estate of Carl Gogolin, deceased:-Special administrator appointed and bond approved. Appraisers appointed. Order of license to sell personal estate entered. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1882 P. 4


GOGOLIN, CARL COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. 21-In re estate of Carl Gogolin, deceased; John Franz appoited (sic) executor. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 28, 1882 P. 4


GOGOLIN, CARL COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. SMART, J. March 10-In re estate of Carl Gogolin, deceased; order allowing account for special administrator, and discharging him from that trust. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, March 21, 1882 P. 4


GOGOLIN, CHAS. 21-In re estate of Chas. Gogolin, deceased:-Will presented for probate and order entered for proof of will. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1882 P. 4


GOLDEN, JAMES Conway, Edward vs. Golden, James yr. 1875; #572; CF28


GOLDENSTEAD, AUGUST Thomas Ahearn vs August Goldenstead yr 1856; #X 365; CF 3


GOLL, JULIUS Boldus, Catherine Deft. Frank, August & Goll, Julius Pltf. Intent to defraud Manitowoc, Wis. yr. 1876; Case No. 665; Box C.F. 29 Boldns on index card


GOLLEN, ANN DeMusil, Catherine; DeMusil, Theodore Plaintiffs Riplinger, Michael Defendant An action requesting the (sic) court to appoint John P. Pitch as guardian Ad Litem to represent the children of Franz DeMusil Namely Catherine age 18, theodore (sic) age 17, Anna Gollen mother of Frank DeMusil age 13, Mathias age 12, Peter age 10, John age 8. Franz DeMusil died Jan 12 1869 but before death he turned over certain real estate in town of Newton to defendant to be used for his children. def refuses to relaease (sic) same. Guardian is to prosecute this trust. yr. 1876; #1952; CF15


GONYE, CYRIEL NOTICE TO CREDITORS. First Publication July 29 1886. In Probate-Manitowoc County Court. In the matter of the Estate of Cyriel Gonye, deceased. To All Whom It May Concern: Letters of Administration with the Will annexed having been issued to George Mittnacht on the 27th day of July, A.D., 1886, and six months from and after said day being allowed and limited for creditors to present their claims for examination and allowance, notice is hereby given that the undersigned will on the last Tuesdays of August and September 1886 and the first Tuesday of January 1887 at the Probate Office in the City of Manitowoc, in said County, receive, examine, and adjust all claims, and demands of all persons against said deceased. Dated July 27th, 1886. Carl H. Schmidt, County Judge. Nash & Nash, Attorneys. Manitowoc Der Nord Westen, Thursday, August 5, 1886 P. 5


GOODENOW, (NO NAME) Birdsall (Goodenow vs) yr. 1869; X1003; CF 8


GOODENOW, ELIJA Kidder, Esther vs Lenox, Geo W. Lenox, Amanda; Goodenow, Elija yr. 1859; X 1308; CF 11


GOODENOW, SYLVESTER Klingholz, Chas. (Sylvester Goodenow et al vs) yr. 1858; X1643; CF13


GOODENOW, SYLVESTER Classon, George F. (Sylvester Goodenow vs) yr. 1857; X1644; CF13


GOODENOW, SYLVESTER Circuit Court-County of Manitowoc. Luther Dana, against Nicholas Wollmer, Paulina Wollmer, Theodore C. Shove, Edwin Hunt, Stephen Hubbard, Isaac F. Winn, Harvey E. Case, Sylvester Goodenow, Lewis A. Mann, Jas. Herman, Thomas Robinson, John Robinson, Jas. Bennett, George Schuchardt, George Graves, Fred Pootzman, Peter J. Blesch, Chas. H. Walkker, Tracy J. Brown, George C. Walker, Jirsh D. Cole, and Richard Klingholz. THE STATE OF WISCONSIN. To the above named Defendants. You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint of Luther Dana, plaintiff, which was on the 22nd day of August, 1859, filed in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for the County of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, and to serve a copy of your answer on the subscriber at Manitowoc, Wisconsin, within twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and if you fail to answer said complaint as hereby required, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complaint. GEO. N. WOODIN, Pl'iffs Atty. Manitowoc, September 5, 1859 The Manitowoc Pilot, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, October 14, 1859 P. 4


GOODENOW, SYLVESTER Circuit Court-County of Manitowoc. Luther Dana, against Nicholas Wollmer, Paulina Wollmer, Theodore C. Shove, Edwia Hunt, Stephen Hubbard, Isaac F. Winn, Harvey E. Case, Sylvester Goodenow, Lewis A Mann, Jas. Herman, Thomas Robinson, John Robinson, Jas. Bennett, George Schurchardt, George Graves, Fred Plotzman, Peter J. Blesch, Chas. H. Walkker, Tracy J. Brown, George C. Walke, Jirah D. Cole, and Richard Klingholz. THE STATE OF WISCONSIN. To the above named Defendants. You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint of Luther Dana, plaintiff, which was on the 22nd day of August, 1859, filed in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for the county of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, and to serve a copy of your answer on the subscriber at Manitowoc, Wisconsin, within twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and if you fail to answer said complaint as hereby required, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Geo. H. Woodin, Pl'tiffs Atty. Manitowoc, September 5, 1859. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, September 16, 1859 P.3


GOODENOW, WASHINGTON SHERIFF'S SALE-State of Wisconsin, Circuit Court, Manitowoc County. Washington Goodenow ag'st Wyman Murphy, Ela A. Murphy and Hiram McAllister. Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. In virtue of and pursuant to a judgment rendered in said Court in the above entitled action dated November 1st 1858, I shall expose for sale and sell at Public auction at the Court House, in the Village of Manitowoc, on Tuesday the 24th day of May 1859 at the hour of 10 A.M. of that day the following described mortgaged premises or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said judgement, interest and costs, together with expenses of sale to-wit. Lot no. eight (8) in block no. one hundred and fifty five, (155) in the Village and County of Manitowoc State of Wisconsin. Dated Sheriff's Office Manitowoc Wis. November 20th 1858. J.D. MARKHAM, Atty. for Pl'ff T.A.H. EDWARDS, Sheriff. The Daily Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Tuesday, January 4, 1859 P. 4


GOODENOW, WASHINGTON SHERIFF'S SALE. STATE OF WISCONSIN, Manitowoc County Circuit Court. Washington Goodenow, vs Gertrude Ho(?)ng. BY virtue of a Judgment of foreclosure rendered by the Circuit Court in and for the County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, in the above entitled action on the 20th day of April, A.D. 1862, I will sell at Public Venue to the highest bidder at the Court House, in the Village of Manitowoc, in said County, on Saturday the 21st day of June A.D. 1862, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, the following described property, or so much thereof as will raise the amount of said Judgment and costs, to-wit: The following described tract or lot of land situated in the Village and County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, commencing at a point twenty-five feet north of the south west corner of lot No. 6. to block no. 164 in the aforesaid Village of Manitowoc, from thence running due east fifty feet to the east line of said lot six (6) from thence running due north 20 feet, from thence running due west fifty feet to the west line of said lot six (6), from thence due south 20 feet to the place of beginning, in all a strip of land Twenty foot in width, with the appurtenances thereto belonging, all in the Village and County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff, J.D. MARKHAM, Att'y for Pltff. Dated Sheriff's Office, May 6th 1862. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, October 22, 1862 P. 4


GOODMAN, HARRY In Municipal Court Harry Goodman, charged with an assault upon Mrs. Mary Ballassa was dicharged from custody, the jury returning a verdict of not guilty. The case grew out of the trouble of long standing between the two tenants of one house. Goodman recently lodged a complaint charging Mrs. Ballassa with using abusive language and she was fined in court. Sunday there was a birthday party at Goodman's home and a disagreement between the two families resulted in a mix-up that gave opportunity for the charge filed by the woman. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, June 30, 1904 P. 1


GOODMAN, WASHINGTON Jones, Benjamin et al vs. Goodman, Washington yr. 1860; #1322; CF 11


GOODMANSON, BETSEY Knuteson, Rose (Goodmanson, Betsey vs) Forclosure of Mortgage yr. 1871; #1133; CF22


GOODWIN, S.W. Buell, C.; Buell, E.W. & Goodwin, S.W. all of Waterville, N.Y. vs Ryder, Charles L. Promissory note yr. 1875; #404; CF 26


GORTON, (NO NAME) Jones - Gorton yr. 1887; #6161; CF 43


GORTON, HUGH Jones, Thomas & wife Jenne Defendants Gorton, Hugh Plaintiff Promissory Note yr. 1887; #1661; CF 43


GOSSE, FRITZ Dassler, Alma, infant, by Ernst Dassler, her guardian vs Gosse, Fritz Pltff is 20 yrs old, Ernst Dassler is her father They li Tn of Centreville (sic) Pltff states def has accused her of adultery with Herman Schmidt, a married man. She was a servant in his home in Town of Mosel, Sheboygan Co. yr. 1900; #3711 E1; CF59


GOTTFRIED, (NO NAME) Kline, Elizabeth et al* (Kline, Henry vs) *Statesman, Gottfried yr. 1863; X1311; CF11


GOUDER, CARL Birdsall Col W. & wife Augusta; Lantry, John; Rathsack, William Sr.; & William Jr.; Rathsack, Louis; Olp, Albert; Kraynek, John; Gouder, Carl; and Schroeder, Henry. Schroeder, John; (Nelson, Niles) Collect money owed from lumber. yr. 1894; Case No. 3023; Box No. C.F. 51


GOULD, CHARLES D. STATE OF WISCONSIN. Manitowoc County Circuit Court. In Equity. Bill for partition of Real Estate. Benj. Jones vs Levi Beardsley, Philo Gridley, Samuel Stocking, Eliha Phinney, Thomas H. Hubbard, Charles A. Mann, Peter Van Vechten, Charles D. Gould, Robert M. Seymour, Bradford R. Wood and Oliver O. Morse, are now residents of the State of Wisconsin, and that there are certain other persons whose names and places of residence are unknown, who have or claim to have some interest in the lands of which partition is sought by the Bill in this cause, and that no appearance has been entered in this cause by said defendants last above named, or any of them or by any other person or persons as defendants in this cause. On motion of Lee & Walker solicitors for the complainant it is ordered that said defendants Levi Beardsley, Philo Gridley, Samuel Stocking, Eliha Phinney, Thos. H. Hubbard, Charles A. Mann, Rob. M. Seymour, Bradford R. Wood, Oliver A. Morse and all other person, who have or claim to have any interest in the said premises do appear and plead answer or demur to the complainents Bill of Complaint on file in this cause, by the second day of July next, and that in default thereof said Bill will be taken as confessed by them and each and every of them. The said premises above mentioned, the partition of which is sought by the Bill in this cause are described as follows to wit: "The west half of Section No. thirty (30) in Township No. nineteen (19) north of Range No. twenty four (24) east in the County of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin, containing three hundred and twenty (320) acres of Land according to Government survey thereof. It is further ordered that the complainant cause a copy of this order to be published in the Manitowoc Tribune a newspaper published in said Manitowoc County, for six weeks successively prior to said second day of July A.D. 1855. Dated March 22nd. 1855 Lee & Walker Sols. for Complt. By the Court, W.R. Go?sline, Judge. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, April 5, 1855 P. 3


GOURKE, THOMAS Jones, Gustav & Gourke, Thomas (Rusch, Fred (State of Wisconsin) vs.) Assault yr. 1886; #73; CF 68


GRABO, HERMAN Epstein, Nathan vs. Grabo, Herman Money owed yr. 1881; #1196; CF306


GRABO, HERMAN Epstein, Nathan et al vs Grabo, Herman and 1st Natl Bank Financial dispute yr. 1881; #1204; CF37


GRABO, HERMAN Epstein, Thomas et al vs Herman Grabo & First Natl Bank Financial dispute (Hides) yr. 1881; #1205; CF37


GRABS, MARY Balz, Katharine 13 yrs on 6 Aug 1890; Balz, Mary 11 yrs 3 Jan 1890; Balz, William 9 yrs 12 Feb 1890; Balz, Louisa 7 yrs 2 July 1890 Infant children of Nicholas Balz & Baltz deceased 22 Sept. 1886 In re estate of John Temke, special guardian Mother & Stepfather are Bernard & Louisa Bunge or Eliza - 35 yrs on 29 Aug 1892 Live Town of Schleswig (other side of the card) Nicholas Baltz had a sister Mrs. Catharine Lehnard of Sheboygan S1/2 of NW1/4 of Sect 4 in T 17N R21E Mtwc Co. deeded to Nicholas by his parents In 1900 Mary Balz was Mary Grabs In 1904 Louisa Balz was Louise W??eel [Winkel] yr. 1873; #2043; CF 47


GRADY, DENNIS Doyle, Terrance (Grady, Dennis vs) Mortgage satisfaction Mother Mary Doyle yr. 1896; #3325; CF55


GRAFF, HAROLD Court to Take Care of Children Steps were being taken in county court today to take the children of Harold Graff, North Eleventh street, out of his custody. Graff with two of the children was found wandering about the streets last night and claimed he had no place to go to. It is said the family lived in a hovel beyond the old city limits and that conditions were far from good. Manitowoc Herald News, Saturday, May 7, 1927 P. 1


GRASSER, STEPHEN Bernard, Wendeline Plaintiff - Grasser, Stephen Defendant Plntf seeks to mitigate damages when dfndt refused to return key to plntf's property in Town of Centerville yr. 1863; #2139; Box CF 16 FLB


GRASTMAKER, (NO NAME) Bauer - (Grastmaker vs) yr. 1864; X1043; CF 8


GRAVES, GEORGE Circuit Court-County of Manitowoc. Luther Dana, against Nicholas Wollmer, Paulina Wollmer, Theodore C. Shove, Edwin Hunt, Stephen Hubbard, Isaac F. Winn, Harvey E. Case, Sylvester Goodenow, Lewis A. Mann, Jas. Herman, Thomas Robinson, John Robinson, Jas. Bennett, George Schuchardt, George Graves, Fred Pootzman, Peter J. Blesch, Chas. H. Walkker, Tracy J. Brown, George C. Walker, Jirsh D. Cole, and Richard Klingholz. THE STATE OF WISCONSIN. To the above named Defendants. You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint of Luther Dana, plaintiff, which was on the 22nd day of August, 1859, filed in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for the County of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, and to serve a copy of your answer on the subscriber at Manitowoc, Wisconsin, within twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and if you fail to answer said complaint as hereby required, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complaint. GEO. N. WOODIN, Pl'iffs Atty. Manitowoc, September 5, 1859 The Manitowoc Pilot, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, October 14, 1859 P. 4


GRAVES, GEORGE Circuit Court-County of Manitowoc. Luther Dana, against Nicholas Wollmer, Paulina Wollmer, Theodore C. Shove, Edwia Hunt, Stephen Hubbard, Isaac F. Winn, Harvey E. Case, Sylvester Goodenow, Lewis A Mann, Jas. Herman, Thomas Robinson, John Robinson, Jas. Bennett, George Schurchardt, George Graves, Fred Plotzman, Peter J. Blesch, Chas. H. Walkker, Tracy J. Brown, George C. Walke, Jirah D. Cole, and Richard Klingholz. THE STATE OF WISCONSIN. To the above named Defendants. You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint of Luther Dana, plaintiff, which was on the 22nd day of August, 1859, filed in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for the county of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, and to serve a copy of your answer on the subscriber at Manitowoc, Wisconsin, within twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and if you fail to answer said complaint as hereby required, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Geo. H. Woodin, Pl'tiffs Atty. Manitowoc, September 5, 1859. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, September 16, 1859 P.3


GRAY, JOHN Koeppen, Albert (State of Wis.) vs. Gray, John Accused of stealing yr. 1903; # 361; CF 72


GRAY, ROBERT Blossom, W.N. vs Robert Gray yr. 1857; X1710; CF 13


GRAY, ROBERT Jones, Benjamin vs. Gray, Robert et al yr. 1860; #1312; CF 11


GRAY, ROBERT Circuit Court-Manitowoc County. Benjamin Jones against Robert Gray, William Aldrich, H.H. Smith, Martin B. Medbury, John W. Medbury, James F. Aldrich, and S.H. Seaman. THE STATE OF WISCONSIN, to Robert Gray, Wm. Aldrich, H.H. Smith, Martin B. Medbury, John W. Medbury, James F. Aldrich, and S.H. Seaman, defendants. You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action, a copy of which was on the 19th day of July, 1859, filed in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for the County of Manitowoc, Wis., at Manitowoc, and serve a copy of your answer on the subscriber, at Manitowoc, Wis., within twenty days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of service, and if you fail to answer the complaint as aforesaid, the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Wm. M. Nichols, Pltf. Att'y. Manitowoc, Aug. 5, 1859. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, August 5, 1859 P.3


GRAY, ROBERT Circuit Court-Manitowoc County. Benjamin Jones against Robert Gray, William Aldrich. H.H. Smith, Martin B. Medbury, John W. Medbury, James F. Aldrich, and S.H. Seaman. THE STATE OF WISCONSIN, to Robert Gray, Wm. Aldrich, H.H. Smith, Martin B. Medbury, John W. Medbury, James F. Aldrich, and S.H. Seaman, defendants. You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action, a copy of which was on the 19th day of July, 1859, filed in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for the County of Manitowoc, Wis, at Manitowoc, and serve a copy of your answer on the subscriber, at Manitowoc, Wis., within twenty days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of service, and if you fail to answer the complaint as aforesaid, the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Wm. M. Nicholas, Pltf. Att'y. Manitowoc, Aug. 5, 1859. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, September 16, 1859 P.3


GRAYCAREK, LILLIAN In County Court, Manitowoc. In the Matter of the Re-Examination of Lillian Graycarek, alleged insane. Hearing had December 24, 1918, and said Lillian Graycarek was judged sane and discharged. Costs Physicians, Arthur Teitgen, $4.20; F.W. Hammond, $4.20. Manitowoc Herald News, July 2, 1919 p.5


GREEN, (NO NAME) Aldrich (Green vs) year 1860; #X1044; CF 8


GREEN, (NO NAME) Endress Jr, Charles W. (Greene & Button Co. vs) Debt suit yr. 1886; #1592; CF42


GREEN, A.W. SHERIFF'S SALE. Circuit Court, Milwaukee County. Dean K. Fenner, John B. Arthur, Froeman P. Woodbury and Henry E. Brown against Obadiah H. Platt, George Rice, David B. Jewett, James R. Tibbeits, Stephen W. Murstons, Jr., John A. Ordway, William C. Tibbeits, Samuel C. Davis, Charles R. Sawyer, N.W. Perkins, A. Sumner, J.R. Kimball, Edwin O. Tufts, Samuel M. Cornell, Sidney Cornell, Simcon Cary, Henry A. Huntington, Phillip Wadsworth, C.C. Parks, Jr., H.B. Vincent, J. H. Vincent, William Himrod, D. Himrod, D. Shirk, John W. Perego, Edward W. Bulkley, G.D. Bulkley, J.G. Plimpton, Theron R. Butler, John R. Cecil, Salas Rawson, A.W. Green, Charles T. Draper, D.P. Clark, Parker P. Clark, G.H. Clark, Elijah F. Clark, William H. Lyon, Warren W. Lyon, Robert Shaw, Morris S?her, Samuel Halo and John V. Ayer. In??tersuance and by virtue of a decree made by the Circuit Court of the County of Milwaukee on the 27th day of May, A.D. 1862, in the above entitled cause, I shall sell at public auction at the Court House in the Village of Manitowoc on the 26th day of July 1862, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day the following described property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said decree, to wit: The S.W. quarter of the N.W. quarter sec. no. twenty (20), and the north half of the South east quarter of the north east quarter of section number nineteen, (19), all in Township number nineteen North of range number twenty-one (21) East, containing sixty acres more or less, all in the County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin, Also Lot No. seven (7), in Block number one hundred and thirty-eight (138), lot number seven (7) in block number one hundred and ninety-three (193), lot number twenty-two (22), in Block number one hundred and ninety-nine (199), lots number seven and ten (7 & 10), in block number D, lots no. sixteen (16) in block no. two hundred and two (202), lot number four (4) in block number two hundred and fifty eight (258); lots number ten (10) and eleven (11) in block number two hundred and ninety-five (295), and lots number (6) and seven (7) in block number three hundred an forty-four (344). All of said lots being in the Village of Manitowoc, County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin. WYMAN MURPHY, Sheriff. Manitowoc County Wis. Dated Sheriff's office, Manitowoc June 3d 1862 BL?LER & MARTIN, Atty's, for Plaintiff. Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, October 22, 1862 P. 4


GREEN, DAVID Beardsley, Edgar; Waldo, Williams; Beardsley, Sophia; Bell, Robert; Van Valkenburg, David Plaintiffs Tuttle L.G.; Green Mark; Green David defendants A dispute about the value of shingles and other lumber delivered by plntfs to dfndts. Plntfs doing business as VanValkenburg & Co. of Manitowoc dfndts dba Tuttle Green & Co Chicago. yr. 1861; #1761; Box CF 14 FLB


GREEN, MARK Beardsley, Edgar; Waldo, Williams; Beardsley, Sophia; Bell, Robert; Van Valkenburg, David Plaintiffs Tuttle L.G.; Green Mark; Green David defendants A dispute about the value of shingles and other lumber delivered by plntfs to dfndts. Plntfs doing business as VanValkenburg & Co. of Manitowoc dfndts dba Tuttle Green & Co Chicago. yr. 1861; #1761; Box CF 14 FLB


GREEN, THOMAS A. Aldrich, William etal (Henry A. Britton)(Green, Thomas A. etal) (Hezekiah W. Smith, Martin B. Medbury, John W. Medbury, James Aldrich) yr. 1860; W614; CF 5


GREENBECK, CHARLES Bunker, Moses; Cayo, Antonie Plaintiffs Zander, Edward Defendant Plntfs purchased a pond fishing net from Charles Greenbeck. Dfndt had a chattel mortgage on net so he took same from plntfs. Greenback now in Chicago and cannot be brought back to testify. Decision for defendant. yr. 1865; #1742; Box CF 14 FLB


GREENE, NO NAME Kelley Greene yr. 1876; #681; CF 30


GREENE, L. Kelly, Patrick Greene, L. vs Santry, John Money settlement. Manitowoc, co, Wis. yr. 1876; No. 681; Box CF 30


GREENMAN, (NO NAME) Brunette (Greenman vs) yr. 1858; X1021; CF 8


GREENMAN, S.W. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virture of several Executions issued out of and under the seal of the Circuit Court for Manitowoc County and to me directed and delivered against the goods, chattels, and real estate of S.W. Greenman, I have levied upon and shall expose for sale to the highest bidder at the Office of Warren and Parrish, in the village of Manitowoc, County aforesaid, on Friday, the 12th day of October, next ensuing, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, the following described real estate in the County of Manitowoc, to wit: The south half of the north-east quarter of section one (1) township eighteen (18) north of range twenty-one (21) east, containing eighty (80) acres more or less according to government survey, to satisfy said executions, costs and interest. F.W. ADAMS, Sheriff of Manitowoc County. Dated, at Manitowoc, this 21st day of August, A.D. 1855. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, August 30, 1855 P. 7


GREENWOOD, MOSES State of Wis vs Becker, Albert & Greenwood, Moses assault threat yr. 1896; No 288; Box C.F. 71


GRESHOW, FREDRICK Bothe, Emil etal vs Greshow, Fredrick yr. 1872; CF 22; CFBE #96


GREVE, NO NAME Kesson (Greve vs) yr. 1863; X 1048; CF 8


GREVE, ANDREAS JR. Boll, Valentine vs Greve, Andreas Jr. etal Greve, Bertha The Greve's are married Foreclosure request on mortgage on land in City of Kiel and Hilbert includes documents from Fond du Lac & Calumet Counties yr. 1890-1891; #1996; CF 47


GREVE, BERTHA Boll, Valentine vs Greve, Andreas Jr. etal Greve, Bertha The Greve's are married Foreclosure request on mortgage on land in City of Kiel and Hilbert includes documents from Fond du Lac & Calumet Counties yr. 1890-1891; #1996; CF 47


GREVE, HENRY Albers, W.T.; Albers, Matilda his wife (Henry Greve vs) Promissory note yr 1885; #1493; CF 40


GREVE, HENRY Easton, D.J. (Henry Greve vs) Didn't pay for items bought from Greve Co. yr. 1873; #259; CF24


GREVE, HENRY Fechter, Clara M. vs Henry Greve Promissory note yr. 1880; #1040; CF34


Grey, Franklin D. Armsby, Fayette Plaintiff - Harris, Erwin; Harris, Emily Defendant Plntf seeks to foreclose on a mortgage for $400.00 on 6 1/2 acres in town of Cato. Defendants have left the State Other dfndts listed are Parmenud A. Camp, Frederick A. Marshall, Hiram A. Barrett; Charles A Canwright; Franklin D Grey; Eleazer W. Densmore; George H. Phelps. Only Canwright of the above is still in the State of Wis. yr. 1858; #1770; Box CF 14 FLB


GREYLES, (NO NAME) Jones - Greyles vs yr. 1859; #1014; CF 8


GRIDLEY, PHILO STATE OF WISCONSIN. Manitowoc County Circuit Court. In Equity. Bill for partition of Real Estate. Benj. Jones vs Levi Beardsley, Philo Gridley, Samuel Stocking, Eliha Phinney, Thomas H. Hubbard, Charles A. Mann, Peter Van Vechten, Charles D. Gould, Robert M. Seymour, Bradford R. Wood and Oliver O. Morse, are now residents of the State of Wisconsin, and that there are certain other persons whose names and places of residence are unknown, who have or claim to have some interest in the lands of which partition is sought by the Bill in this cause, and that no appearance has been entered in this cause by said defendants last above named, or any of them or by any other person or persons as defendants in this cause. On motion of Lee & Walker solicitors for the complainant it is ordered that said defendants Levi Beardsley, Philo Gridley, Samuel Stocking, Eliha Phinney, Thos. H. Hubbard, Charles A. Mann, Rob. M. Seymour, Bradford R. Wood, Oliver A. Morse and all other person, who have or claim to have any interest in the said premises do appear and plead answer or demur to the complainents Bill of Complaint on file in this cause, by the second day of July next, and that in default thereof said Bill will be taken as confessed by them and each and every of them. The said premises above mentioned, the partition of which is sought by the Bill in this cause are described as follows to wit: "The west half of Section No. thirty (30) in Township No. nineteen (19) north of Range No. twenty four (24) east in the County of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin, containing three hundred and twenty (320) acres of Land according to Government survey thereof. It is further ordered that the complainant cause a copy of this order to be published in the Manitowoc Tribune a newspaper published in said Manitowoc County, for six weeks successively prior to said second day of July A.D. 1855. Dated March 22nd. 1855 Lee & Walker Sols. for Complt. By the Court, W.R. Go?sline, Judge. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, April 5, 1855 P. 3


GRIES, H. CIRCUIT COURT NTOES. The criminal calendar was set for yesterday. W.R. Kimball again occupies the reporter's desk. Promptness and punctuality do not seem to be characteristics of Manitowoc attorneys. W.J. Turner, now of Milwaukee, came down to attend to his numerous cases in court here. Court opened on Tuesday, June 6th, Judge N.S. Gilson, presiding. His honor keeps up his habit of promptness and hard work. Joshua Stark, one of Milwaukee's veteran lawyers, came down as attorney for the defense in the case of Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. J. Wahlaeger, Secretary of the Concordia Fire Ins. Co., of Milwaukee was in court, being interested in some of the cases. John Robinson, of Kossuth, made his appearance in the court room on Thursday and shook hands with his honor, the judge. The jurors have a fine time, when not on duty, lounging in the court house park, which Sheriff Murphy keeps in excellent condition. Henry Levenhagen and Dennis Shanahan are the accommodating attendants, and they make the jurors feel at home. It was found necessary to order a special venire of eight men, and the following names were retained as such jurors: Hm. Martins, John Comer, Mich. Ripplinger, Hugh Gillet, Wm. Bach, J.P. Wickert, Wm. Groll, John Bolen. The following cases have been disposed of up to date: The board of supervisors of Brown Co., vs. John Shoemaker and Chr. Schwarts. Leave granted to file supplementary answer. Christian Koch vs. Fred Carus et al. Judgment of foreclosure. Amund Oleson vs. Louis Mendlik et al. Jury, consisting of the following, drawn and sworn: A. Dittmar, Math. Kavenagh, C.W. Behuke, H. Horstman, James Ready, Chas. Jenkins, Pet. Wagner, Ferd. Ree, E.N. Haynes, Hy Gries, O. Fennigan, Wm. Luebke. After trial, they returned a verdict that "the plaintiff released the defendant Louis Mendlick from his obligation to pay the one thousand dollars note, described in the complaint." Weligt Clapp vs. Fred. Langenfeldt et al. Stipulation and order filed. George Bill vs. Anton Stoll: Motion for a non-suit granted. Jos. Fehrenbacher et al vs. John Schupp et al. Jury drawn, as follows: Chas. Jenkins, Fred, Below, R.W. Cole, Wm. Luebke, And. Kralick, Timothy Lavine, Jos. Vrany, Hm. Horstman, Eli. Cone, Peter Wagner, John Bull, Math. Kevenagh, Jury return special verdict; damage for plaintiff, one dollar. Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. Jury drawn es (sic) follows: Jac. Grimm, John Jan, John Lucckow (sic), Hugh Gillet, Wm. Groll, H. Loeh, Msch. Ripplinger, Moritz Kiel, John Comer, H. Gries, Alb. Dittmar, Owen Pinegan. Special verdict returned, favorable to plaintiff. Motion made for a new trial. Stay of proceedings for a new trial. Math. Stauet vs. C.W. Birdsail et al. suit granted as to defendants. Hanson & Scove. Mary Pope et al vs. John Nenahlo, affidavit of death of defendant filed. Order revising and continuing suit against administrator. C.W. White vs. G.A. Forrest. Report of Receiver filed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, June 13, 1882 P. 1


GRIES, HY CIRCUIT COURT NTOES. The criminal calendar was set for yesterday. W.R. Kimball again occupies the reporter's desk. Promptness and punctuality do not seem to be characteristics of Manitowoc attorneys. W.J. Turner, now of Milwaukee, came down to attend to his numerous cases in court here. Court opened on Tuesday, June 6th, Judge N.S. Gilson, presiding. His honor keeps up his habit of promptness and hard work. Joshua Stark, one of Milwaukee's veteran lawyers, came down as attorney for the defense in the case of Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. J. Wahlaeger, Secretary of the Concordia Fire Ins. Co., of Milwaukee was in court, being interested in some of the cases. John Robinson, of Kossuth, made his appearance in the court room on Thursday and shook hands with his honor, the judge. The jurors have a fine time, when not on duty, lounging in the court house park, which Sheriff Murphy keeps in excellent condition. Henry Levenhagen and Dennis Shanahan are the accommodating attendants, and they make the jurors feel at home. It was found necessary to order a special venire of eight men, and the following names were retained as such jurors: Hm. Martins, John Comer, Mich. Ripplinger, Hugh Gillet, Wm. Bach, J.P. Wickert, Wm. Groll, John Bolen. The following cases have been disposed of up to date: The board of supervisors of Brown Co., vs. John Shoemaker and Chr. Schwarts. Leave granted to file supplementary answer. Christian Koch vs. Fred Carus et al. Judgment of foreclosure. Amund Oleson vs. Louis Mendlik et al. Jury, consisting of the following, drawn and sworn: A. Dittmar, Math. Kavenagh, C.W. Behuke, H. Horstman, James Ready, Chas. Jenkins, Pet. Wagner, Ferd. Ree, E.N. Haynes, Hy Gries, O. Fennigan, Wm. Luebke. After trial, they returned a verdict that "the plaintiff released the defendant Louis Mendlick from his obligation to pay the one thousand dollars note, described in the complaint." Weligt Clapp vs. Fred. Langenfeldt et al. Stipulation and order filed. George Bill vs. Anton Stoll: Motion for a non-suit granted. Jos. Fehrenbacher et al vs. John Schupp et al. Jury drawn, as follows: Chas. Jenkins, Fred, Below, R.W. Cole, Wm. Luebke, And. Kralick, Timothy Lavine, Jos. Vrany, Hm. Horstman, Eli. Cone, Peter Wagner, John Bull, Math. Kevenagh, Jury return special verdict; damage for plaintiff, one dollar. Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. Jury drawn es (sic) follows: Jac. Grimm, John Jan, John Lucckow (sic), Hugh Gillet, Wm. Groll, H. Loeh, Msch. Ripplinger, Moritz Kiel, John Comer, H. Gries, Alb. Dittmar, Owen Pinegan. Special verdict returned, favorable to plaintiff. Motion made for a new trial. Stay of proceedings for a new trial. Math. Stauet vs. C.W. Birdsail et al. suit granted as to defendants. Hanson & Scove. Mary Pope et al vs. John Nenahlo, affidavit of death of defendant filed. Order revising and continuing suit against administrator. C.W. White vs. G.A. Forrest. Report of Receiver filed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, June 13, 1882 P. 1


GRIESS, CARL Allen, Sarah O. Estate of Richard L. Allen (deceased) vs Fricke, Charles etal; Philippine Fricke (wife); Charles Thurow; Carl Griess; Charles Bruchert Bond & mortgage yr. 1868; #463; CF 27


GRIM, JACOB Clawson, Wm J. vs Jacob Grim yr. 1861; X1673; CF13


GRIMM, GEORGE Plaintiff Beers, Charles - Defendant Mtwc. Northern Traction Co. Jury list - Joseph Menne; George Grimm; Joseph Miller; Herman Heinz; August Schulz; Ferd Heyroth; M. O'Connor; Math T?ingen; Frank Link; John Pinger; Math Tischler; Chas Voelker yr. 1903; 3952; CF 63


GRIMM, JAC. CIRCUIT COURT NTOES. The criminal calendar was set for yesterday. W.R. Kimball again occupies the reporter's desk. Promptness and punctuality do not seem to be characteristics of Manitowoc attorneys. W.J. Turner, now of Milwaukee, came down to attend to his numerous cases in court here. Court opened on Tuesday, June 6th, Judge N.S. Gilson, presiding. His honor keeps up his habit of promptness and hard work. Joshua Stark, one of Milwaukee's veteran lawyers, came down as attorney for the defense in the case of Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. J. Wahlaeger, Secretary of the Concordia Fire Ins. Co., of Milwaukee was in court, being interested in some of the cases. John Robinson, of Kossuth, made his appearance in the court room on Thursday and shook hands with his honor, the judge. The jurors have a fine time, when not on duty, lounging in the court house park, which Sheriff Murphy keeps in excellent condition. Henry Levenhagen and Dennis Shanahan are the accommodating attendants, and they make the jurors feel at home. It was found necessary to order a special venire of eight men, and the following names were retained as such jurors: Hm. Martins, John Comer, Mich. Ripplinger, Hugh Gillet, Wm. Bach, J.P. Wickert, Wm. Groll, John Bolen. The following cases have been disposed of up to date: The board of supervisors of Brown Co., vs. John Shoemaker and Chr. Schwarts. Leave granted to file supplementary answer. Christian Koch vs. Fred Carus et al. Judgment of foreclosure. Amund Oleson vs. Louis Mendlik et al. Jury, consisting of the following, drawn and sworn: A. Dittmar, Math. Kavenagh, C.W. Behuke, H. Horstman, James Ready, Chas. Jenkins, Pet. Wagner, Ferd. Ree, E.N. Haynes, Hy Gries, O. Fennigan, Wm. Luebke. After trial, they returned a verdict that "the plaintiff released the defendant Louis Mendlick from his obligation to pay the one thousand dollars note, described in the complaint." Weligt Clapp vs. Fred. Langenfeldt et al. Stipulation and order filed. George Bill vs. Anton Stoll: Motion for a non-suit granted. Jos. Fehrenbacher et al vs. John Schupp et al. Jury drawn, as follows: Chas. Jenkins, Fred, Below, R.W. Cole, Wm. Luebke, And. Kralick, Timothy Lavine, Jos. Vrany, Hm. Horstman, Eli. Cone, Peter Wagner, John Bull, Math. Kevenagh, Jury return special verdict; damage for plaintiff, one dollar. Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. Jury drawn es (sic) follows: Jac. Grimm, John Jan, John Lucckow (sic), Hugh Gillet, Wm. Groll, H. Loeh, Msch. Ripplinger, Moritz Kiel, John Comer, H. Gries, Alb. Dittmar, Owen Pinegan. Special verdict returned, favorable to plaintiff. Motion made for a new trial. Stay of proceedings for a new trial. Math. Stauet vs. C.W. Birdsail et al. suit granted as to defendants. Hanson & Scove. Mary Pope et al vs. John Nenahlo, affidavit of death of defendant filed. Order revising and continuing suit against administrator. C.W. White vs. G.A. Forrest. Report of Receiver filed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, June 13, 1882 P. 1


GRIMM, JOHN F. Aldrich, Alexander Plaintiff Grimm, John F.; Vites, William H. Defendants Dfndts DBA Grimm & Vites borrowed $50.00 from plntf on a promissory note for 4 months at 12% yr 1858; #2155; Box CF 16 FLB


GRINNER, PETER Dimeroth, Michael vs Grinner, Peter & Persons Unknown Quiet a Title goes back to 1852 yr. 1879; #999; CF34


GRIP, CHAS. Albright, George (St. of Wis vs) Chas. Grip - assaulted Edward Frickshurn(?) - Wit. yr. 1873; CX 1416; CF 11


GROELLE, ALBERT Kerscher, Frank vs Groelle, Albert & Groelle, Alvina his wife et al yr. 1891; #1978; CF 46


GROELLE, ALVINA Kerscher, Frank vs Groelle, Albert & Groelle, Alvina his wife et al yr. 1891; #1978; CF 46


GROH, PETER Eisert, Jos. (State of Wisc. vs.) Also mentioned: Eisert, Conrad; Tragersen, Katharine; Traggersen, John; Nisemann, Dr.; Hahn, Dr.; Brown, Dr.; Scinout, Dr.; Batcone, Dr.; Eisert, Margaret; Eisert, Regina; Ziebert, Ferdinand; Groh, Peter; Herr, Margaret; Adolphs, Regina yr. 1865; CX2702; CF20


GROLL, WM. CIRCUIT COURT NTOES. The criminal calendar was set for yesterday. W.R. Kimball again occupies the reporter's desk. Promptness and punctuality do not seem to be characteristics of Manitowoc attorneys. W.J. Turner, now of Milwaukee, came down to attend to his numerous cases in court here. Court opened on Tuesday, June 6th, Judge N.S. Gilson, presiding. His honor keeps up his habit of promptness and hard work. Joshua Stark, one of Milwaukee's veteran lawyers, came down as attorney for the defense in the case of Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. J. Wahlaeger, Secretary of the Concordia Fire Ins. Co., of Milwaukee was in court, being interested in some of the cases. John Robinson, of Kossuth, made his appearance in the court room on Thursday and shook hands with his honor, the judge. The jurors have a fine time, when not on duty, lounging in the court house park, which Sheriff Murphy keeps in excellent condition. Henry Levenhagen and Dennis Shanahan are the accommodating attendants, and they make the jurors feel at home. It was found necessary to order a special venire of eight men, and the following names were retained as such jurors: Hm. Martins, John Comer, Mich. Ripplinger, Hugh Gillet, Wm. Bach, J.P. Wickert, Wm. Groll, John Bolen. The following cases have been disposed of up to date: The board of supervisors of Brown Co., vs. John Shoemaker and Chr. Schwarts. Leave granted to file supplementary answer. Christian Koch vs. Fred Carus et al. Judgment of foreclosure. Amund Oleson vs. Louis Mendlik et al. Jury, consisting of the following, drawn and sworn: A. Dittmar, Math. Kavenagh, C.W. Behuke, H. Horstman, James Ready, Chas. Jenkins, Pet. Wagner, Ferd. Ree, E.N. Haynes, Hy Gries, O. Fennigan, Wm. Luebke. After trial, they returned a verdict that "the plaintiff released the defendant Louis Mendlick from his obligation to pay the one thousand dollars note, described in the complaint." Weligt Clapp vs. Fred. Langenfeldt et al. Stipulation and order filed. George Bill vs. Anton Stoll: Motion for a non-suit granted. Jos. Fehrenbacher et al vs. John Schupp et al. Jury drawn, as follows: Chas. Jenkins, Fred, Below, R.W. Cole, Wm. Luebke, And. Kralick, Timothy Lavine, Jos. Vrany, Hm. Horstman, Eli. Cone, Peter Wagner, John Bull, Math. Kevenagh, Jury return special verdict; damage for plaintiff, one dollar. Julia E. Hartung vs. Concordia Fire Ins. Co. Jury drawn es (sic) follows: Jac. Grimm, John Jan, John Lucckow (sic), Hugh Gillet, Wm. Groll, H. Loeh, Msch. Ripplinger, Moritz Kiel, John Comer, H. Gries, Alb. Dittmar, Owen Pinegan. Special verdict returned, favorable to plaintiff. Motion made for a new trial. Stay of proceedings for a new trial. Math. Stauet vs. C.W. Birdsail et al. suit granted as to defendants. Hanson & Scove. Mary Pope et al vs. John Nenahlo, affidavit of death of defendant filed. Order revising and continuing suit against administrator. C.W. White vs. G.A. Forrest. Report of Receiver filed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, June 13, 1882 P. 1


GRON, FRANK Boor, Catherine - Gron, Frank (vs) yr. 1881; 1134; CF 36


GRON, FRANK Boor, John - Gron, Frank (vs) yr. 1881; 1134; CF 36


GROSS, JOHN C.G. IN PROBATE: Manitowoc County Court, In the matter of the Estate of John C.G. Gross, deceased. On reading and filing the Petition of Geo. F. Gross, praying that Administration of the Estate of said deceased be to him granted, it is ordered that said petition be heard before the Judge of this Court, at his office, in the village of Manitowoc, on Monday, the 17th day of September next, at 10 o'clock, A.M., and that notice thereof be given to all persons interested, by the publication of a copy of this order in the Manitowoc Tribune, a weekly newspaper printed at said village of Manitowoc, for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing. Geo. L. Lee, County Judge. Date, August 21, 1855. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, August 23, 1855 P. 5


GROVER, ROSA Bonn, Frank and Bonn, Minnie vs Mary Quinn; Rosa Grover; Emma Bonn; Henry Bonn; Sophia Bonn; Louis Bonn; Mrs. Louis Bonn; Lena Bonn; William Bonn; Katie Mermus; Anna Miva; yr. 1899; 8627; CF 58


GRUBER, JOS. (Klemm A.L. Cheese Factory) State of Wis. vs Gruber, Jos. sold poor milk yr. 1898; #315; CF71


GUGENHEIM, ROSELIA Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale. State of Wisconsin-Manitowoc County Circuit Court. John Fitzgerald, guardian of Roselia Gugenheim against Nicholas Wollmar, Paulina Wollmer (sic), Theodore C. Shove, Oliver A. Morse. IN PURSUANCE of a Judgement rendered in this action, on the 31st of October, 1859, I shall sell at public auction for cash, at the Court House in the village of Manitowoc, on the 11th day of February A.D. 1860, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, the following described mortgaged premises, or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said judgment and costs and expenses of sale, to wit: All the following described lots or parcels of lands situated in the village of Manitowoc, County of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin, to wit: Lot 3, block 135, lots 13 15 and 16, block 136, lots 21 and 22, block 198, lots 8 and 9, block 199, lot 17, block 200; lots 12 13 16 block 252; lots 3 4 5 block 256 lots 14 15 18 19 and 20 in block 296 according to the official plot of the said village of Manitowoc, together with the appurtenances.-Sheriff’s office, Manitowoc, November 10th 1859. Louis Kemper, Sheriff. Boock & Edmonds, Plaintiff's Attornies. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, November 11, 1859 P.3


GULIKSON, NILS Dellebeck, Andrew Oleson (State of Wis) vs Hougen, Ole K. et al; Anderson, Kund; Anderson, Martin T. Anderson, Thomas; Christianson, T.E. Gulikson, Nils; Gutman, John; Gutman, Joseph; Hougen, Knud; Isaacson, Ole; Jurgenson, Gulik; Knudson, Carl; Knudson, K.L.; Knudson, K.O.; Larson, John; Larson, Ole; Nelson, Nels; Olson, Benedict; Pefferle, Stephen; Thompson, Christian; Thompson, Ole H. Charged with shooting & killing of Gudman Olson Dellebeck yr. 1879; CX2445; CF18


GULLISON, G. Ballard, Charles P. vs Gullison G. etal; Thomas, Nicholas; Wilson, Patrick; Wilson, Thomas non-payment of note yr. 1881; 1181; CF 36


GUSE, ADOLPH Beyolke Gottleit & Beyolke Johanna estate Walsh Felix vs Guse Adolph S. of W. yr. 1877; No. 713; Box C.F. 30


GUSTAVESON, HERMAN Bohn Manufacturing Company, a foreign corporation vs Reif, Anton E.; Reif, Lewis C.; Kiel, Henry; Stamback, Mathas(sic) & Nikolai, Peter; Hamacheck, Julius To recover balance of payment on promissory note (went to Supreme Court) re lumber & purchase of a mill - Mellen, Wis. Plummer, Wis. - inventory p. 107 (117?)-n4(n9?) Bills of sale #932a & 1051 are included in the documents & various spellings (other side of card) Cross references made Reif Lumber & Mfg Co; Rogan, John R.; Seeger, John A.; Krainik, John; Munch, Emil C.; Bohn, Gebhardt; Bohn, George W. (Jury) Daleiden, Peter; Cummings, Wm.; Connell, James; Martens, Henry; Sullivan, James; Stephani, Charles; Schreihart, J.P.; Duecker, C.A.; Judge, John; Gustaveson, Herman; Bagignich(?), Fred


GUTMAN, JOHN Dellebeck, Andrew Oleson (State of Wis) vs Hougen, Ole K. et al; Anderson, Kund; Anderson, Martin T. Anderson, Thomas; Christianson, T.E. Gulikson, Nils; Gutman, John; Gutman, Joseph; Hougen, Knud; Isaacson, Ole; Jurgenson, Gulik; Knudson, Carl; Knudson, K.L.; Knudson, K.O.; Larson, John; Larson, Ole; Nelson, Nels; Olson, Benedict; Pefferle, Stephen; Thompson, Christian; Thompson, Ole H. Charged with shooting & killing of Gudman Olson Dellebeck yr. 1879; CX2445; CF18


GUTMAN, JOSEPH Dellebeck, Andrew Oleson (State of Wis) vs Hougen, Ole K. et al; Anderson, Kund; Anderson, Martin T. Anderson, Thomas; Christianson, T.E. Gulikson, Nils; Gutman, John; Gutman, Joseph; Hougen, Knud; Isaacson, Ole; Jurgenson, Gulik; Knudson, Carl; Knudson, K.L.; Knudson, K.O.; Larson, John; Larson, Ole; Nelson, Nels; Olson, Benedict; Pefferle, Stephen; Thompson, Christian; Thompson, Ole H. Charged with shooting & killing of Gudman Olson Dellebeck yr. 1879; CX2445; CF18


GUTSCH, H.F.A. Stockholders, Bauman George, Erhardt Christian, Mill Hugo, Schumacher Charles, Gutsch H.F.A., Kohn Albert, Toepel Charles, President Kraus Alois, Secretary, Mill Hugo. Collect pay for work performed (Jacob Stegman) Centerville Brewing Co. yr. 1894; Case No 3017; Box No. C.F. 51


GUTTMAN, HERMAN Amstedt, Christian vs Guttman, Herman Non payment for merchandise delivered yr. 1890; #1929; CF 46


GUTZLOE, GISBERT Burger, Ebenezer; Hurlbut, Richard C. Plaintiffs Gutzloe, Gisbert; Gutzloe, Maria; Baensch, August Defendants Plntfs, doing business as Burger & Hurlbut of New York and Chicago. foreclose on a mortgage they bought from August Baensch. Mortgage dated 1855 for $800. plus interest at 10% Amount due at time of foreclosure $1,141.80 Burger, being highest bidder at sherif's (sic) sale got the land for $350.00 Land was 120 acres in the Kasbaum Lake area Town of Newton. yr. 1860; #1746; Box CF 14 FLB


GUTZLOE, GLABERT Baensch, August; Gutzloe, Glabert; Gutzloe, Maria Defendants Berger, Ebenezer; Hurlbut, Richard C. Plaintiffs Plntfs, doing business as Burger & Hurlbut of New York & Chicago foreclose on a mortgage they bought from August Baensch. Mortgage dated 1855 for $800.00 plus interest at 10% Amt due at time of foreclosure $1,141.80 Burger being the highest bidder at sheriff's sale got the land for $350.00 Land was 120 acres in the Kasbaum Lake area Town of Newton yr. 1860; #1746; Box CF 14 FLB


GUTZLOE, MARIA Baensch, August; Gutzloe, Glabert; Gutzloe, Maria Defendants Berger, Ebenezer; Hurlbut, Richard C. Plaintiffs Plntfs, doing business as Burger & Hurlbut of New York & Chicago foreclose on a mortgage they bought from August Baensch. Mortgage dated 1855 for $800.00 plus interest at 10% Amt due at time of foreclosure $1,141.80 Burger being the highest bidder at sheriff's sale got the land for $350.00 Land was 120 acres in the Kasbaum Lake area Town of Newton yr. 1860; #1746; Box CF 14 FLB


GUTZLOE, MARIA Burger, Ebenezer; Hurlbut, Richard C. Plaintiffs Gutzloe, Gisbert; Gutzloe, Maria; Baensch, August Defendants Plntfs, doing business as Burger & Hurlbut of New York and Chicago. foreclose on a mortgage they bought from August Baensch. Mortgage dated 1855 for $800. plus interest at 10% Amount due at time of foreclosure $1,141.80 Burger, being highest bidder at sherif's (sic) sale got the land for $350.00 Land was 120 acres in the Kasbaum Lake area Town of Newton. yr. 1860; #1746; Box CF 14 FLB


GUYLES, J. Charles Cain (J. Guyles etal) yr. 1866; X847; CF 7


GUYLES, JOHN F. Grand and Petit Jurors. We are indebted to W.F. Eldridge, Esq., Deputy Clerk of the Court, for the following list of Grand and Petit Jurors, drawn on Saturday last for the October term of the Circuit Court. GRAND JURORS. Martin Brothers, Albert Barry, L.S. House, H.H. Smith, Joseph Waller, Edmund Sullivan, Casper Fleischer, Bartley McGuire, Wm. Lendt, Ira Clark, James Kirby, Charles Tisch, N. Sorrenson, W. H. Metcalf, Michael Fellows, Thomas Watts, Plinny Price, Joseph Vilas, Jr., Adam Roberts, John F. Guyles, Thomas Burns, Wm. H. Glover, C.P. Northrop. PETIT JURORS. James H. Hudges, John O'Laughlin, John O'Hern, A.C. Pool, Dan Shanahan, Sam. H. Phillips, August Riebler, August Apel, J. Draper, D. Neagel, L.H. Knapp, John Kenn, H.F. Hubbard, Richard Ownes, A.W. Bowman, Jas. Bennett, W. Clothier, John Birdsell, Jospeh Symes, Win. Smith, Conrad Bates, George Sharp, Ava Smith, H. Schlichting, Geo. S. Lawrence, H.F. Belitz, C.H. Jennison, M. Oleson, F. Kulhman, J. Wenner, C.F. Rendiger, Henry Riesland, Briston Rowley, Peter Schneider, Henry Heap, Edward Saunders. Manitowoc Pilot, Friday, September 16, 1859 P.3


GUYLES, JOHN F. CIRCUIT COURT OF MANITOWOC COUNTY. Oliver Lane vs. John F. Guyles, George Kirk and John A. Mills. Summons on Money Demand. The State of Wisconsin to the above named Defendants: YOU are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in this action, of which a copy is hereto annexed and served upon you, and to serve a copy of your answer thereto on me, at my office in the village of Manitowoc and county of Manitowoc, within twenty days after the service hereof upon you, exclusive of the day of such service; and if you fail to answer as aforesaid, the plaintiff will take judgment against you for the sum of four hundred and fifty dollars and costs of suit. B.R. ANDERSON, Plti'ff's Att'y. The Manitowoc Pilot, Manitowoc, Wis. Friday, October 24, 1862 P. 4


GUYLES, LYDIA A. Davis, R.T. et al (Guyles, Lydia A. vs) Non payment of bill for lumber for repairing church yr. 1877; #780; CF31


GYLES, GEORGE Eaton, Rufus B. - Gyles, George (vs) yr. 1880; #1136; CF36