MANITOWOC COUNTY MARRIAGES

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HAM: Ashael
res: Manitowoc
to: Sarah W. Harris
res: Manitowoc

Married
On Sunday, the 7th inst. by ?.D. Beardsly, Esq. Mr. Ashael Ham 
and Miss Sarah W. Harris, all of Manitowoc.
Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, October 18, 1855 P. 2
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(Also mar. announcement in Manitowoc Herald, 13 Oct. 1855)


HAM: William m: 24 Oct. 1851 to: Ann Johnson Married. In the village of Sheboygan, on the 24th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Marsh, Mr. William Ham, of Manitouwoc, to Miss Ann Johnson, of the former place. Manitouwoc [old spelling] County Herald October 2, 1851, Vol. 1 No. 45


HAM: See FERDON


HAMACEK: Anton m: 26 Oct 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.431) to: Rosalia Parma


HAMACEK: Anton m: 6 Oct. 1900 (co. mar. index v.7 p.128) to: Libie (sic) Buresh


HAMACEK: Also have Harmacek Also have Hamacheck


HAMACHEK: John m: 20 Aug 1888 (co. mar. index v.6 p.74)


HAMACHECK: J. & Son Automobile Dealer, Garage Two Rivers High Grade Automobiles and Accessories Oakland, Buick, and Cadilac(sic) Automobiles Hart-Parr Tractors Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


HAMALA: Joseph m: 10 Jun 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.197) to: Franziska Willke


HAMAN: See LUEDKE


HAMANN: Carl August m: 26 Dec. 1862 (co. mar. index v.2 p.151) to: Louise A. Rehbein


HAMANN: Chas. A. m: 14 Feb 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.394) to: Emma Clara Wimmler From Der Nord Westen, 18 Feb. 1897: (From the correspondent in Centerville, 17 Feb.) Marriage Sun., 14 Feb., in Town Centerville, of Miss Emma Wimmler with her brother-in-law Charles Hamann by Justice of the Peace Albers of Cleveland.


HAMANN: Louis m: 10 Dec. 1879 (co. mar. index v.4 p.153) to: Meta Schlunz


HAMANN: Theodore m: 07 May 1892 (co. mar. index v.6 p.150) to: Christina Schmidt


HAMANN: Also have Hamenn See Louis Wiegand bio. See WIEGAND See WILSING


HAMECHECK: Julius m: 30 Apr 1889 (co. mar. index v.5 p.446) to: Lizy Chermak


HAMELA: Franz m: 14 Oct 1889 (co. mar. index v.6 p.7) to: Maria Schuell


HAMELA: See KAUTZA


HAMELEIK: See GASLAFKI


HAMENN: Carl A. (also have Hamann surname) m: 15 Feb 1887 (co. mar. index v.5 p.342) to: Minna W. Wimmler


HAMEPEL: August Friedrich m: 2 Sept. 1872(co. mar. index v.4 p.64)


HAMERICK: Joannis to: Catherina Hanouseksky children: Anna b. 24 January 1864/baptized 13 March 1864/sponsors Joannes Sladky and Maria ??? from records of St. Wenceslaus Church Greenstreet


HAMERICK: John m: 9 Feb. 1869 (co. mar. index v.4 p.23) to: Dorothea Warsik


HAMERNEK: John m: 01 Sep 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.271) to: Emilia Zeman


HAMERNIK: Anton m: 07 Feb 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.37) to: Mary Vogeltanz


HAMERNIK: John From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Dealer in Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, and Clothing, Country Produce. Born in Bohemia, 1845. Wife born in Bohemia 1849. Married in 1865. Settled farm in 1855. Eleven children. Post Office, Rosecrans; Section 22, Cooperstown Township.


HAMERNIK: See PECKA See PETSKA


HAMILTON: Charles B. m: 27 Jan. 1904 (co. mar. index v.7 p.320) to: Faye M. Landreth The marriage of Miss Fay Landreth to Charles B. Hamilton, of Cedar Rapids, Ia., is dated for January 27, of the new year. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Monday, December 28, 1903 P. 1 ********* SOCIETY FAVORITE WILL BE A BRIDE Betrothal of Miss Faye Miriam Landreth and Chas. B. Hamilton. ANNOUNCEMENT MADE PUBLIC Marriage to be Celebrated Early in Year-Both Young People of Prominent Family. An announcement that will call forth particularly happy felicitation from social circles of the city is that of the betrothal of Miss Faye Miriam, daughter of Mrs. Anna Landreth and ?? Charles B. Hamilton, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, which has just been made public. The marriage will be celebrated early in the year, the date not having been decided upon. Though a surprise to the public, the announcement was not unexpected by friends of the couple who have been aware of the relation for some time. Mr. Hamilton, whose home is at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is in the city, a guest at the Landreth home,and it was decided to make the betrothal public. No plans have been arranged for the marriage, but the event will be celebrated early next year in this city. Both Miss Landreth and Mr. Hamilton have a large circle of friends to whom the announcement of their happiness will bring pleasure. Miss Landreth has always made her home in this city and is a recognized leader in social circles, an accomplished young lady of many estimable qualities, whose friends have given ample and frequent proof of their fondness for her. The prominence of the family and the personal popularity which Miss Landreth enjoys makes the announcement of the betrotnal (sic) a social event of note. Mr. Hamilton was formerly chief steward of the Goodrich Transportation Co. and became wiely known in this city through his connection with the company. Two years ago he engaged in the hotel business at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and has achieved a gratifying success. He is owner and proprietor of the "The Grand" at Cedar Rapids, one of the leading hotels of Iowa. Mr. Hamilton is a son of William H. Hamilton, of Cedar Rapids, Ia. Many friends will tender congratualtions to the young couple. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, August 13, 1903 P. 1 ******** Owing to the limited seating capacity of the Presbyterian church cards of admission have been issued with all invitations to the Landreth-Hamilton wedding and guest are reminded to bring their cards as no one will be admitted without one. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, January 26, 1904 P. 1 ******** WED AT EVEN-TIDE. Landreth-Hamilton Nuptials at Presbyterian Church at 6:30. Long awaited with pleasant anticipation by society folks of the city, the wedding celebration for the marriage of Miss Faye Marian, daughter of Mrs. Anna Landreth, to Chas. B Hamilton, takes place at the First Presbyterian church this evening at 6:30 o'clock. The marriage will be the most elaborate social event ever witnessed in the city and hundreds of guests will be in attendance. The church is handsomely decoreated and the home where a reception will be held following the ceremony at the church has been transfomred by beautiful flowers. Six hundred invitations have been issued for the church ceremony and a large party of out-of-town friends are here. At the house 300 will be entertained. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, January 27, 1904 P. 1 ********* JOYOUS NUPTIALS A SCENE OF BEAUTY Landreth-Hamilton Wedding Most Elaborate Social Function of Years. CHURCH CEREMONY OCCURS. Hundreds of Guests Witness Celebration at Which One of City's Fairest Was Bride-Reception. Joyous nuptials celebrated midst scenes of beauty Wednesday evening gave one of the city's fairest daughters as a bride in one of the most elaborately conducted and largely attended weddings which Manitowoc has ever known. More than 600 guests received invitations to witness the ceremony and half the number participated in the reception at the home. The marriage of Miss Faye Mariana Landreth to Charles Bowen Hamilton, of Ceder Rapids, Iowa, was one of those delightfully happy occasions which society enjoys but infrequenlty. Many weeks has it been anticipated by society as the one leading even of the season, and in no particular was it a disappointment. Ceremonies for the celebration of the nuptial ties took place at the First Prebyterian church which had under the decorator's art, been transformed to a scene of rare beauty. The color scheme throughout was green and white in which the delicate hued easter lily dominated everywhere. The arch underneath which the couple plighted their troth was a handsome tribute to the decorator's skill, being made entirely of sumlax, from the centre of which was suspended a bell made up of lilies of the valley. Ferns, palms and potted plants formed the back ground. On either side on pedestals were placed two immense bouquets of easter lilies while two crests made of white freez?as forming the letters L and H were hubbedded (sic) in the arch. Similax in profusion was wound in and about the chandeliers, the window recesses also being festooned. Previous to the hour of the ceremony, 6:30 o'clock, Prof. Eugene Skaaden rendered a program and throughout the services at the church the music was a feature that lent an especial (sic) solemn, yet joyous tone to the occasion. Promptly at the time announced, Wagner's Lohengrin was heard and the slow measured march to the arch beneath which the wedding party was to take its place commenced. The ushers in twos, fixed distances apart led the procession, and formed in a semi-circle to the left followed by Rev. D.C. Junes, officiating clergyman, who entered from the vestibule with the groom taking his place directly 'neath the arch to await the bride. The bridesmaids entered to a position in semi-circle on the right, followed by little Carl Rankin, the ring bearer and Mildred Landreth sister of the bride, fairy flower girl. Miss Sue Fryback, maid of honor, preceeded the bride who entered leaning on the arm of her guardian Dr. A.C. Fraser, and joining the groom at the alter. The ceremony in itself was of short duration, simple and beautiful. The elaborate decorations, handsome gowns and elegance of arrangements, making a scene, the beauty of which is seldom rivaled. Attendants to the bridal pair were, Miss Sue Frybach, maid of honor, and the Misses Mary Hansel, Oak Park, Ill.; Dora Hendrickson, Jennie Dempsey, Lida Baensch, Olga Terrison and Caila Guyies, of this city, bridesmaids. The groom's best man was his brother, Harry Hamilton, of Chicago, and the groomsmen, Messrs. Fred Kern, J. Eads Hamilton, of Cedar Rapids, Ia.; Guy Wylie and Jules P. Dixon, Chicago; George B. Vance, Paris, Ill., and Henry Mueller, of this city. In costuming the wedding was a most elaborate function, the handsome gowns being the admiration of the large party of guests and ????ing a distinctive intouation of elegance that was in keeping with the prominence of the event. The gowns and descriptions were as follows: Bride-White Chiffon cloth trimmed in real lace, made with shirrings. Veil pinned with a sunburst of pearls and diamonds, the bridal gift of the groom. She carried a shower bouquet of lillies of the valley. Maid of Honor-Pale Gren crepe ?????? trimmed with cream lace and emerald jewels. Pale Green chiffon hat, carrying a bouquety of purple and white violets. Bridesmaids-White organdy over white taffeta. Large white Chiffon hats with white plumes. Each carried an Easter lily. Flower Girl-White organdy, with a wreath of lilies of the valley on ther head. Ring Bearer-White flannel suit. Carried ring in Easter lily. The reception and buffet luncheon at the home followed the ceremonty from 7 to 9. The bride and groom were enscounced in a flowered recess of the spacious parlor and received the congratulations of the guests. Friends vied with each other endeavoring to shower good wishes on the couple, and the many expressions of good will and blessing will be a pleasant memory in after years. Twenty-seven telegrams of regret were sent from various invited guests and were prominently displayed in the hall. After the couple had been escorted to the train where the usual rice showers were in evidence the guests again repaired to the home made merry. One ?????? in their life will always serve to remind the happy married pair of their wedding day, that being the tributes of good wishes, love and happiness that were showered upon them, not merely in words but also in gifts. The room assigned for the display of these latter resembled nothing so much as a miniature palace. Cut glass, hand painted China, pictures, silver, dinner services and rows upon rows of household objects of all kinds bespoke the love in no small measure with which the donors held the recipients. One of the handsomest of these testimonials was a beautiful mahoghany chest containing a complete silver dinner service, the gift of Mr. Hamilton's former colleagues in the Goodrich Transportation company employ. The out-of town guests to the function included the following: W.H. Hamilton, father of the groom; James E. Hamilton, a brother; Mrs. E.R. Bowen, his grandmother; D.D. Howell and Cyrenus Cole, of Cedar Rapids town; Mrs. Ch?ries, W. Vance, Mrs. Edward Vance and Archie Vance, Paris, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. ?.J. O'Byrne and family, Mr. Elliot, chief engineer of the Goodrich Co. and wife; Frank L. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. George S. Haskell, of Chicago; Ray Miller, Dixon, Ill.; Duncan MacMillan and Mrs. Reineking, Milwaukee; Prof. Herman Hendrickson and wife and Mrs. Annie Landreth of Green Bay; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Landreth, Oconto; John Landreth and family, (unreadable sentence) and Helen Jewitt and Blanche Bunker, Woodstock Ill.; Clara Pick, West Bend and Edythe Fl??er, all of the latter classmates of the bride at Downer College. In the marriage, the city loses one of its social favorites, a young lady than who none other enjoyed a wider popularity. The daughter of Mrs. Anna Landreth, one of the first families of the city, the bride had made her home here since childhood and had won the friendship of a wide circle by her many estimable characteristic. She is an accomplished musician, and was formerly a student at Milwaukee Downer and at Oxford, Ohio. Mr. Hamilton, to whom she has entrusted her future, is a young man in every way worthy of so charming a bride. Although not a resident of this city, he is well known here in connection with his services as chief steward of the Goodrich Co., a positon he occupied until 1901. Since that time he has been engaged in the hotel business in Iowa and is proprietor of the Grand Hotel at cedar Rapids. The success which he has achieved in the business world is evidence of his capability and gives assurance of future advancement. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton will take up their home at Cedar Rapids and will be at home after April 1, in that city. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, January 28, 1904 P. 1


HAMILTON: Henry Carter b: 30 July 1827, at Clarendon, Orleans Co., New York; d. 4 April 1864, at Nashville, Tennessee. res: at mar. Twin Rivers p: Not given. m: 3 Dec. 1849 by David Lewis, M.G. (co. mar. index) to: Diantha Jane Smith p: Hezekiah Huntington Smith. res: at mar. Twin Rivers Children: James Edward, Laura Adelia, George Dann, and Henry Pierpont.


HAMILTON: Henry P. Two Rivers, Wis. Member Tripoli Shriners Temple, Milwaukee 1917 From: Roster of the Members of Tripoli Temple A.A.O.N.M.S. 1917


HAMILTON: Horace W. b: Lockport, N.Y. res: Two Rivers, merchant p: Joseph W. and Maria Hamilton m: 10 Nov. 1856 at Two Rivers (co. mar. index v.1 p.153) to: Stella A. Smith p: Hezekiah and Diantha Smith (mar. announcement in the Manitowoc Herald, 15 Nov. 1856)


HAMILTON: James E. Two Rivers, Wis. Member Tripoli Shriners Temple, Milwaukee 1917 From: Roster of the Members of Tripoli Temple A.A.O.N.M.S. 1917


HAMILTON: James Edward m: Henrietta (Etta) Shove children: Grace Leigh (b. 10 Aug. 1881 in Two Rivers/bapt. 8 Mar. 1882 from record of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc) George Spaulding (b. 30 Apr. 1885/bapt. 10 Mar. 1889 from record of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc)


HAMILTON: Walter Luse (age 27 at mar.) res: Two Rivers, Wis. p: Henry P. and Mrs. Hamilton of Two Rivers m: 15 Sept. 1915 at Manitowoc, home of Max Rahr, Sr. wit: Marie Rahr, Edward P. Hamilton to: Augusta Rahr of Manitowoc (age 22 at mar.) p: Maximillian Rahr and Mrs. Rahr of Manitowoc children: Ella Marie (b. 3 Feb. 1919/d. 31 Aug. 2003/m. Walter B. Longacre/from obit)


HAMILTON: See ALLEN See Conrad Baetz bio. See BEACH See Adam Klein bio. See Frank Mach bio. See Frank Schroeder bio. See SMITH See Robert H. Suettinger bio. See John Joseph Tadych bio. See Albert J. Vits bio. See George Vits bio. See Henry Vits bio. See August C. Voshardt bio.


HAMMAL: See BERGER


HAMMAN: See C. and W. Frazier bio.


HAMMEL: Ernest see next entry b: Germany res: Two Rivers, carpenter p: George and Dorey Hammel m: 21 Nov. 1857 at Two Rivers (co. mar. index v.1 p.214) to: Mary Eggars p: John and Henriette Eggars


HAMMEL: Ernst see above entry b: 17 June 1836 in Holstein, Germany. p: George and Anna (Baumeister) Hammel. m: At 22 yrs. of age, to Mary Eggers. children: Fred who died at age four, William, Sophia, Emma, and six children who died in infancy.


HAMMEL: William b: Germany res: Two Rivers, laborer p: George and Dorothea Hammel m: 21 Feb. 1857 in Two Rivers (co. mar. index v.1 p.179) to: Dorothea Boedicke p: Franz and Margaretha Boedicke


HAMMEL: Wm. H. m: 16 Sep 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.226) to: Eleas Niquette


HAMMEL: See KNOELLER See McCALLUM


HAMMELMANN: August m: Justine nee Strassburg children: Anna Auguste (b. 25 June 1869/bapt. 3 Nov 1869) sponsors: Martin Wallenburg, Mrs. Schneider, Mrs. Eichmann Bertha Wilhelmine Charlotte (b. 1 Nov. 1870/bp. 15 Jan. 1871) sponsors: Susanne Commengs, Wilhelmine Lippert, Johann Roehr [Roehl], August Fenskow, August Friedrich (born 29 Mar 1872, bapt. 4 Apr 1872 Twin Friedrich Wilhelm (born 29 Mar 1872, bapt. 4 Apr 1872 Twin/sponsors: Johann Lippert, Friedrich Commengs, Luise Commengs, Auguste Harps, (from Trinity Lutheran ch. records, Liberty twp.)


HAMMELMANN: Ernst m: 03 Sep 1904 (co. mar. index v.7 p.346) to: Hattie Rick


HAMMERICK: Frank m: 04 Feb 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.252/she isn't on index) to: Anna Fychtl


HAMMERSMITH: Carl res: Manitowoc Rapids m: 14 June 1874 (from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.390) to: Catherine Schnell


HAMMON: John Franklin (See John Hammond) p: H.P. and C.J. (Smith) Hammon m: 13 Oct. 1886 to Bdee? Chisholm p: W. and C. Chisholm


HAMMON: (Divorce - 1864) Hammon, Orrin, vs. Hammon Rachael Married 9 April 1831 in the Town of Russia, County of Herkimer, State of New York. Lived in the Town of Cato.


HAMMON: Preston m: Jane children: Alice Jane (bapt. 26 May 1868/age 7 yrs.) Elizabeth (bapt. 26 May 1868/age 4 yrs.) Frances (bapt. 26 May 1868/age 2 mo.) (this entry from record of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc)


HAMMON: See GREENMAN See SOPER See WIEGAND


HAMMOND: Benj. F. m: 27 Mar. 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.91) to: Lucy Benneth


HAMMOND: Clark M. m: 14 June 1877 (co. mar. index v.4 p.117) to: Mary M. Honey (NOTE: They are on the 1880 Gibson twp. census as is Warren Hammond) Order to Hear Petition for Final Settlement. (First Publication Dec. 23, 1884.) IN PROBATE-MANITOWOC COUNTY COURT. In the matter of the estate of Clark M. Hammond, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Warren S. Hammond administrator of the estate of said deceased for the adjustment and allowance of his administration account and the assignment of the residue of said estate to such other persons as are by law entitled to the same: It is ordered that said account be examined, adjusted and allowed at a special term of said court to be held at the office of the County Judge in the city of Manitowoc in said County on Tuesday, the 13th day of January A.D. 1885. It is further ordered, that upon the adjustment and allowance of such account by this Court as aforesaid, the residue of said estate be, by the further order and judgemnt of this Court, assigned to such persons as are by law entitled to the same. It is further ordered, that notice of the time and place of the examination and allowance of such account, and of the assignment of the residue of said estate be given to all persons interested, by publication of this order for three successive weeks before said day, in the Lake Shore Times a weekly newspaper printed and published at the city of Manitowoc and State of Wisconsin. Dated Dec. 20th A.D. 1884. By the Court, R.D. Smart, County Judge. Estabrook, Walker & Baensch. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, January 6, 1885 P.4


HAMMOND: Frank From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and stock breeder. Born in 1858. Wife born in 1861. Mr. Chisholm born in Nova Scotia 1819. Mrs. Chisholm born in New York State 1835. Post Office, Clark's Mills; Section 30, Cato Township.


HAMMOND: Ira m: 24 Dec. 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.198) to: Emma Hayes From Der Nord Westen, 12 Dec. 1901 Marriage License obtained: Ira Hammond and Emma Hayes both of Gibson


HAMMOND: John F. (See John Hammon) m: 13 Oct. 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.313) to: Bell Chickhlom (sic)


HAMMOND: Orin b: 17 Oct. 1808, New York/d. 4 Feb. 1898 m: Rachel Stevens b: 1835 New York?


HAMMOND: Stephen m: 6 May 1869 (co. mar. index v.4 p.25) to: Emma E Mason


HAMMOND: Steven b: 9 Apr. 1851, New York/d. 20 Oct. 1933? m: Emma Elvira Mason


HAMMOND: See WOODCOCK


HAMOFOKY: Arthur C. m: 21 Nov 1900 (co. mar. index v.7 p.136) to: Agnes Stockinger


HAMPHREYS: Richard m: 7 July 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.305) to: Helena Zander


HAMPHREYS: Also have Humphrey


HAMPKE: Charles H. m: 19 June 1906 (co. mar. index v.7 p.447) to: Theresia Rhode From Der Nord Westen, 21 June 1906: Marriage License obtained Chas. H. Hampke of Kossuth and Theresa Rhode of Two Rivers


HAMPKE: also have Hempke


HAMPTON: Harriet Esther conf: 14 Mar. 1915 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc


HAMPTON: Harry Worton b: 17 May 1871 at Stockbridge, ??/bapt. 24 Jan. 1909 St. James/conf. 16 May 1909 from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc


HAMPTON: Harry Norton m: 05 Jun 1895 (co. mar. index v.6 p.307) to: Amy Eliza Hothersall


HAMPTON: James S. m: 23 Sept. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.85) to: Sophia Kerber


HAMPTON: Robert William b: 1 July 1896 at Manitowoc/conf. 3 May 1908/d. of wounds rec'd in action 7 Aug. 1918 at Fismes?, France from record of St. James Epis. ch., Manitowoc


HAMPTON: Wallis A. m: 12 Nov 1879 (co. mar. index v.4 p.151) to: Emma M Helfrisch


HAMPTON: also have Hempton


HANDEL: Engelbert m: 18 Sep 1882 (co. mar. index v.5 p.218) to: Mary M. Bertler


HANDEL: John Marriage Date: 01 Feb 1870 Vol:02 Page:0148 Vol:A Sequence:05497 to: Maria Friedel Marriage Date: 01 Feb 1870 Vol:02 Page:0148 Vol:A Sequence:05498


HANDL: Andrea m: 14 July 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.73) to: Dora Sund


HANDL: Frank m: 6 Aug. 1877 (co. mar. index v.4 p.118) to: Mary Tauscheck


HANDL: George m: 27 Feb 1892 (co. mar. index v.6 p.143) to: Dora Ida Schroeder From Der Nord Westen, 03 Mar. 1892: Marriage of Georg Handl with Miss IDA Schroeder, daughter of 3rd Ward resident Ernst Schroeder, on Sat. by Pastor Piel


HANDL: Louis m: 18 Nov. 1903 (co. mar. index v.7 p.308) to: Rosa Pasternaski


HANDL: See SCHROEDER


HANDLY: See HANLEY


HANDORF: Anthony m: 17 Nov 1873 (co. mar. index v.6 p.82) to: Crezencia Bertler


HANEK: Frank m: 11 Nov. 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.75) to: Katherine Rady From Der Nord Westen, 09 Nov. 1899: Marriage License issued for: Frank Hanek of New Denmark and Katie Radaj of Franklin ******* License to wed has been granted Frank Hanek, New Denmark, and Miss Katie Raday, of Franklin; and William Koppen, of Meeme and Augusta Leiter, of Liberty. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Wednesday, November 8, 1899 P.2


HANEK: John m: 25 Feb. 1862 (co. mar. index v.2 p.243) to: Anna Kapinos


HANEK: Matthias m: 26 May 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.247) to: Mary Opichka


HANEK: See PAWLISCH


HANEY: Thomas b: 1829 in County Cork, Ireland, came to New York in 1848. p: Not listed. m: 1854 to Margaret Clancy, b. in Ireland, married in New York. children: Michael C. John L. Mary A.


HANEY: See Wallace H. Vosburgh M.D. bio.


HANGEN: See FALK See SCHNEIDER


HANGENOW: Henry m: 6 Apr. 1898 (co. mar. index v.6 p.447)


HANGER: Thorwald K. m: 11 Oct 1882 (co. mar. index v.5 p.85) to: Julia Thompson


HANGER: See FALK


HANIMIG: See BIRKOLTZ


HANKE: See GRADE


HANKI: Laurenci m: Ana Kochazki children: Ottilia Appolonia (b. 22 Feb. 1874/bapt. 15 June 1874 St. Joseph Cath. ch.)


HANKY: Frank m: 27 Apr 1907 (co. mar. index v.8 p.34) to: Annie Anderson


HANLEY: Bernard (also Handly) m: Maria Anna Walsh children: William Hanley (b. 27 Feb. 1881/bapt. 13 Mar. 1881/bk.1 p.36) Maria Alice Handly (b. 6 Sept. 1883/bapt. 9 Sept. 1883/bk.1 p.45) (this entry from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch.)


HANLON: See GALLAGHER


HANN: Fallak m: 01 Dec 1882 (co. mar. index v.5 p.93/she is not on index) to: Mary Sunsson


HANNA: See KELLNER


HANNACHEK: Jos Marriage Date: 28 Aug 1888 Vol:04 Page:0157 Vol:A Sequence:06444 to: Pauline Kuska Marriage Date: 28 Aug 1888 Vol:04 Page:0157 Vol:A Sequence:06445


HANNEMAN: Chas. Fr. m: 14 Mar. 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.91) to: Elenora Schmidt


HANNESSY: Thomas m: in Manitowoc Rapids to: Mary Long (mar. announcement in Manitowoc Herald, 1 Dec. 1855)


HANNS: Alexander m: 28 May 1890 (co. mar. index v.6 p.73) to: Besse Kucera


HANRAHAN: William m: 28 July 1903 (co. mar. index v.7 p.286) to: Regina Barthelme HEARTS WELDED BY LOVE. Pretty Nuptial Celebration for Bartelme-Hannahan (sic). Many friends, by their presence, blessed the union of Miss Regina Bartelme and William Hannahan, consumated at the altar of Sacred Heart Catholic church this morning. The ceremony was the usual simple service of the Catholic ritual and was pronounced by Rev. J.T. O'Leary. Miss Rose Hannahan, of Green Bay, was maid of honor to the bride and Miss Minnie Bartelme attended as bridesmaid. James Hannahan was the groomsman. There was no decoration of the church. The marriage is the culmination of a friendship formed in youth. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bartelme and, in the three years the family has resided here, she has won the lasting friendship of a large circle of acquaintance by her many excellent qualities of head and heart. Mr. Hannahan is a former Green Bay man, now engaged in successful business enterprises at Escanaba, and though but little known in this city, bears a high character that inspires a belief that he will prove a model husband in every way worthy of the charming bride he has won. Mr. and Mrs. Hannahan were tendered a reception by the bride's parents during the afternoon and a dinner was seved to a number of invited guests. The bridal pair will leave for a tour north this evening and will then make their home at Escanaba. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, July 28, 1903 P. 1 ******** Miss Rose Hannahan and James Hannahan, of Green Bay are in the city for the Bartelme-Hannahan wedding which will be celebrated at Sacred Heart Catholic Church tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Monday, July 27, 1903 P. 2 ******** Miss Mina Weidenmann, of Niagara Falls, is in the city, a quest at the Bartelme- Hannahan wedding tomorrow. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Monday, July 27, 1903 P. 2


HANSAN: Hans Chr. m: 22 June 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.46)


HANSCHILD: Detlef m: 06 Jan 1870 (co. mar. index v.4 p.34) to: Anna Hipke


HANSDATTER: See ASLAKESEN


HANSDTR OR HANSTH: See ASLAKSEN See NILSEN


HANSEL: See SCHNUELL


HANSEN: ???nan m: Engelburga born Carstensen children: Julius Peter Conrad (b. 2 Apr. 1855/bapt. 17 June 1855 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)


HANSEN: Andrew b: 13 Mar. 1834, in Denmark m: 1857, to Mary Andersen. children: 3 sons, 1 dau.


HANSEN: Anton m: 14 Mar. 1878 (co. mar. index v.4 p.147) to: Gurine Hendingstad


HANSEN: Anton m: 22 Nov 1904 (co. mar. index v.7 p.359) to: Margaret Bunker From Der Nord Westen, 17 Nov 1904 Marriage License: Tony Hanson and Margaret Bunker both of Two Rivers


HANSEN: Anton C. m: 14 May 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.194/she is not on index) to: Emilie S. Soransen


HANSEN: Ben. A. m: 17 Mar. 1906 (co. mar. index. v.7 p.435) to: Ida Olson


HANSEN: Bendt August b: 16 Oct. 1858, Wisconsin m: Therese A. Groll


HANSEN: Bernard Melven b: 5 Dec. 1895, Manitowoc/d. 1 Jan. 1957, Sherman Oaks, CA m: Lucille Emily Morris


HANSEN: Carl A. m: 26 Aug. 1906 (co. mar. index v.8 p.3) to: Mabel B. Pilger From Der Nord Westen, 23 Aug. 1906: Marriage License obtained Carl Alfred Hanson and Mabel B. Pilger both of Manitowoc


HANSEN: Charles m: 14 Jul 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.412) to: Angie Marie Leyse From Der Nord Westen, 22 July 1897: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 19 July) Marriage last week in a large wedding of Carl Hansen, son of H. Hansen, with Miss A. Leyse, both from Two Rivers.


HANSEN: Christian m: no date (co. mar. index v.4 p.16)


HANSEN: Edgar Edmund m: 18 Aug 1891 (co. mar. index v.6 p.108) to: Ida Gurnie Sanderson


HANSEN: Edward m: 3 Jun 1895 (co. mar. index v.6 p.301) to: Elen Marie Larsen


HANSEN: Gunther m: Christiane Dorothea Henriette born Wiesmann (also listed Dorothea Wiemann) children: Henriette Dorothea (b. 1 Sept. 1855/bapt. 27 July 1856 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch..mother Christiane Wiesmann) Theodor Heinrich (b. 10 June 1857/bapt. 19 July 1857 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch..mother Dorothea Wiemann) At Mishcott (sic), by D.G. Westgate, Esq., Mr. Gunder Hanson of Neshoto, and Miss Dorothy Weman, of Mishicott. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Saturday, December 2, 1854, P. 3 (Note: This is a judgement call..I think this is the right couple)


HANSEN: Halver L Marriage Date: 08 Dec 1879 Vol:02 Page:0519 Vol:A Sequence:05851 to: H Neilsen Marriage Date: 08 Dec 1879 Vol:02 Page:0519 Vol:A Sequence:05852


HANSEN: Hans Christian m: 13 Aug. 1877 (co. mar. index v.4 p.122) to: Amelia L Ranke


HANSEN: Henry b: 14 Aug 1842, in Germany p: John and Sophia Hansen, Germany. m: 1867 to Sophia Smith (b. Germany, 1845)(d. 16 Jan. 1900) buried at Two Rivers. children: John, Annie, Charles, Henry


HANSEN: Henry m: 14 Aug. 1902 (co. mar. index v.7 p.227) to: Dorathe Hanske


HANSEN: Henry, Jr. m: 30 June 1904 (co. mar. index v.7 p.335) to: Augusta Schultz


HANSEN: Herman m: 7 Feb. 1879 (co. mar. index v.4 p.140) to: Severine Mathi Silverson


HANSEN: Jasper b: 1832?, Denmark/d. 21 Dec. 1874 m: Mary Scove b: 22 Feb.


HANSEN: John Marriage Date: 06 Jul 1889 Vol:04 Page:0075 Vol:A Sequence:06368 to: Anna Plantikow Marriage Date: 06 Jul 1889 Vol:04 Page:0075 Vol:A Sequence:06369


HANSEN: Julius confirmed: 23 Apr. 1871 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HANSEN: Louis Amandus (From records of Gibson Norwegian Evang. Luth. ch.) b: 6 July 1863 in Town Gibson, Manitowoc co., occup. farmer, age 25 at marriage p: Peder and Elen Hansen m: 31 Jul 1888 in Mr. Willert's house at Gibson (co. mar. index v.5 p.413) to: Mamie Willert b: 22 Mar. 1866 in Town Gibson, Manitowoc co. p: Fritz Willert and Minnie Stein


HANSEN: Martin m: Caroline children: Otto Martin (b. 8 Mar. 1881/bapt. 16 May 1881 from record of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc)


HANSEN: Micheal Marthier m: 30 May 1876 (co. mar. index v.4 p.104) to: Antonette Loui Hielsen


HANSEN: Nauman m: Anna (nee) Reisenbuchler children: Fritz Edwin (b. 1/21/1869/bapt. 3/10/1869 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg) Marie Friederike (b. 8/28/1871/bapt. 11/12/1871 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HANSEN: Norman b: 15 Jan. 1828, Denmark/d. 28 Apr. 1872 m: Anna Marie Reisenbichler b: 14 May 1848, Austria/d. 9 Apr. 1927


HANSEN: Ole m: 8 Jan. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.90)


HANSEN: Ole m: 17 Feb. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.90)


HANSEN: Ole m: 24 Sept. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.90)


HANSEN: Peter m: 16 Dec. 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.81) to: Elizabeth Hansen


HANSEN: Peter m: 22 Nov 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.154) to: Karen M Christensen


HANSEN: Rasmus P. m: Martha Torgrimson children: Inger Marie (b. 14 Sept. 1875, Manitowoc/m. Otis Evensen) Robert Theodor (b. 14 Sept. 1875, Manitowoc/d. 10 Feb. 1880, Manitowoc) Reinert Theodor (b. 9 Feb. 1880, Manitowoc/d. 9 Sept. 1901, Albion, IN) Richard Mark (b. 23 Jan. 1882, Manitowoc/d. 1923/m. Selma Meyer) Benjamin Arthur (b. 3 Nov. 1884, Manitowod/d. 1947/m. Ida Olsen) Spencer Milton (b. 13 Aug. 1887, Manitowoc/d. Apr. 1964/m. Emma Lensing) Bernard Melvin (b. 4 Dec. 1894, Manitowoc/d. 7 Mar. 1957, Los Angeles, CA/ m. Lucile Emily Morris)


HANSEN: Richard m: 26 Aug. 1906 (co. mar. index v.8 p.1) to: Zelma Meyer From Der Nord Westen, 23 Aug. 1906: Marriage License obtained Richard M. Hansen and Lehna Meyer both of Manitowoc


HANSEN: Wilhelm m: 21 Nov 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.427) to: Hanna Nilson


HANSEN: See ABRASON See ANDERSEN See BIERLEY See BRAASCH See GUSTAVESON See HAEN See also HANNSEN See HANSSEN See JOLE See JONES See KLAHN See OLSON See SANDERSON See G.N. Scove bio. See WIEGERT


HANSKE: Edmund b: Kiel -carpenter in Chicago p: Julius Hanske and Dora Mitterhausen m: 14 Jul 1891 Reformed Church, Kiel (co. mar. index v.6 p.104) Witnesses Heinrich Duerrwatcher and Philip Schilling to: Maria Duerwaechter (also Duerrwatcher) b: Town of Schleswig p: Christian Duerrwatcher and Maria Malich


HANSKE: Emil G. Photos b: 25 Mar. 1858, in Schlesien, Prussia, Germany p: Carl and Rachel (Meiselwitz) Hanske m: 12 Nov. 1891 at Reformed Church, Town of Schleswig (co. mar. index v.6 p.119) Witnesses Fritz Griebenow and August Struck to: Helena Griebenow b: Schleswig twp., Manitowoc Co. p: Fred Griebenow and Wilhelmine Reseburg children: Carl Fred Melitta Ann.


HANSKE: Ernst From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Evergreen Home Stock and Dairy Farm. Born in Germany 1850. Post Office, Kiel; Section 20, Schleswig Township.


HANSKE: See LINDNER


HANSKI: See Carl J. Meiselwitz bio.


HANSMANN: August m: 12 Jan 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.390) to: Wilhelmine Thiel


HANSMANN: Christian m: Wilhelmine Maas children: Emma (b. 26 April 1872, Town of Schleswig/d. 16 July 1953, Sheboygan, WI/m. Christian John Erbstoeszer)


HANSMANN: Christian Joe m: 02 May 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.405) to: Helene Voss


HANSMANN: John m: 17 May 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.246) to: Paulina Kasten


HANSMANN: See LOOS See LUEDKE


HANSNER: John m: 25 May 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.333) to: Mary Neidel


HANSON: Albert m: 22 Feb. 1867 (co. mar. index v.3 p.76) to: Ingeborg Olson


HANSON: Anders m: 15 Nov. 1857 (co. mar. index v.2 p.31) to: Maren Nilsen Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson of this city celebrated their silver wedding yesterday. Time has dealt well with the couple during their wedded life of 25 years both in acquisition of worldly wealth, and in family happiness. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, November 16, 1882


HANSON: Anton Married – At the Norwegian Lutheran church of this city on Wednesday May 14, by Rev. Mr. Mogelson, Mr. Anton Hanson and Miss Amelia Sorenson. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, May 15, 1884 ******* From Der Nord Westen, 20 May 1909: Mr. and Mrs. Anton Hanson celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary here last Friday.


HANSON: Benjamin August m: 15 Nov. 1881 (co. mar. index v.5 pg.41) to: Theresa Albertina Florina Groll Marriage of Benjamin Hanson with Miss Therese Groll, both from Manitowoc on 15 Nov. by Justice of the Peace Adolph Wallich. Der Nord Westen, 17 Nov. 1881 ******* Married, by Justice Wallich, Nov. 15th, 1881, Mr. Benjamin Hanson and Miss Therese (sic) Groll, both of Manitowoc. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, November 22, 1881 P. 1


HANSON: Carl m: 21 Apr 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.240) to: Christina Stenson


HANSON: Caspar b: Denmark res: Cooperstown, farmer p: Hans Ganson and Johanna Simonson m: 20 July 1853 (co. mar. index v.1 p.13) wit: Jas. H. Jerome and wife to: Maria Johnson p: John Rosonson and Ann Nelson


HANSON: Charles m: 15 Jan. 1903 (co. mar. index v.7 p.258) to: Annie Krersa From Der Nord Westen, 15 Jan. 1903 Marriage License obtained Chas. Hanson of Green Bay and Annie Kreisa of Two Rivers


HANSON: Christian m: 14 Feb. 1866 (co. mar. index v.3 p.32) to: Julia Ulsen


HANSON: Edgar (family) Family photo

Photo compliments of the Manitowoc Library


HANSON: George m: 21 Mar 1896 (co. mar. index v.6 p.344) to: Julie Woide


HANSON: Gulbrand m: 1 May 1860 (co. mar. index v.2 p.82) to: Ingeborg Knudsdtr


HANSON: Gustav Alvin m: 15 April 1903 (co. mar. index v.7 p.268) to: Anna Najemnik children: Blanch E Hanson/b: 15 Jan 1904/from her obit. in #44/she never married From Der Nord Westen, 16 Apr. 1903 Marriage License obtained Gustav A. Hanson of Manitowoc and Anna Najemnik of Gibson


HANSON: Gustav Alvin (From records of the Gibson Evang. Luth. Ch.) age 24 b: Ephraim, Wis. p: Anton and Gurine Hanson m: 15 April 1903 at Gibson to: Anna Najemnik age 21 b: Gibson, Wis. p: Wenzel and Anna Najemnik


HANSON: Hans m: 18 Jan. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.146)


HANSON: Hans b: Norway res: Manitowoc p: Hans Mathison and Abigail Halvordtr m: 1 Oct. 1854 at Manitowoc (co. mar. index v.1 p.57) to: Anna Maria Pederson p: Ole Pederson and Birgithe Hansdtr


HANSON: Hans m: 9 Nov. 1900 (co. mar. index v.7 p.130) to: Abbie Hagerty


HANSON: Hans m: 18 Jan 1879 (co. mar. index v.4 p.146) to: Anna Knudsen


HANSON: Hans C. m: 22 Jun 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.46) to: Brita Erickson Manitowoc Pilot, June 29, 1891: Married: Hanson-Erickson- At Manitowoc, Wis., June 22, 1871, by the Rev. C.B/ Stevens, Mr. Hans C. Hanson, of Manitowoc, and Miss Brita Erickson, of Manitowoc Rapids.


HANSON: Hans C. m: no date 1877 (co. mar. index v.4 p.122)


HANSON: Hans Christian m: 13 Aug. 1877 to: Amelia Laura Ranke


HANSON: Hans Martin m: 3 Sept. 1848 to: Anna Amundson


HANSON: Isaac res: at mar. Manitowoc Rapids m: 2 June 1852, Manitowoc Rapids by R.B. Mersson (co. mar. index) wit: G.L. Guelbrandson, ____ Everson to: Mary Guelickson res: at mar. Manitowoc Rapids


HANSON: Jacob H. m: Anna M.E. Riplinger (photo sent in by family researcher, see contributors page)


HANSON: Jasper b: 5 Jan. 1832, in Denmark. m: None given.


HANSON: Jasper article about his horse


HANSON: Jesper (should be Jasper) m: 15 Nov. 1857 (co. mar. index v.2 p.28) to: Maren Madson children: William Mead Hanson/b. 1864 Hans Hanson William Mead Hanson Son of Jasper and Maren Madson Hanson/mar. Nellie Gleason Hanson in cem. #38-St. Annes Marriage announcement for William/Nellie: HANSON - GLEASON At Chicago, Ill. on Monday Feby. 21st. 1887, W. Mead Hanson to Miss Nellie Gleason. Some few years ago MEAD was appointed to a mail agency on the Pacific R.R. with headquarters at Ogden, Utah. But he had to come home for his wife, the happy couple at once returned to Utah. ******* William Mead is also the brother of Hans Hanson that died in Alaska in 1927 and his obit is below. ******* FORMER LOCAL MAN PASSES IN ALASKA Hans Hanson Who Sailed on Sch. John Schuette Across Sea is Dead Hans Hanson, former Manitowoc man and a son of Jasper Hanson, Manitowoc's pioneer ship builder, died in Alaska December 6, according to word received from his brother, W. M. Hanson. The funeral was held at Ketchikan, Alaska, under the auspices of the local Igloo of the Pioneers of Alaska of which deceased was a member. Mr. Hanson was about seventy-five years of age when he was called to his final rest and only the old residents here will recollect him. He was a sailor on the lakes and when the Schooner John Schuette was taken to the ocean he was a member of the crew. On the first trip across Brooks, a captain from Racine,was in command with a man by the name of Johnson from this city as navigator. After the return to this country Brooks and Johnson both left the craft to return to their home and Hanson continued to sail the boat for many trips, making one trip to Gloucester with turpentine and another trip to London with rosin. Later he drifted to Alaska and it was there he was overtaken in his cabin near Niblack by a stroke of paralysis. He was discovered by a neighbor and rushed to the hospital at Ketchikan but died the next day. He is survived by two sisters and a brother, Mrs. Elizabeth Gregg of Anaheim, California and another sister whose name is not known here and the brother, W. M. Hanson at Butte, Montana. Mr. Hanson was never married. Manitowoc Herald News, pg. 1, 12-16-1927 (photo and info sent in by researcher/see contributors page)


HANSON: Martin m: 1 June 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.125) to: Sophia A. Kappelmann (she is on the male's side of the index) Married – On Friday June 1, 1883, in Kossuth, Mr. Martin Hanson of this city and Miss Sophia Cappelmann of Kossuth. Mr. Hanson is a son of Andrew Hanson of this city and has an interest in the firm. He is an industrious enterprising young man. His bride is a daughter of a well-to-do farmer of Kossuth. Many friends among whom is The Pilot wish the couple a prosperous future. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, June 7, 1883


HANSON: Martin m: 25 Oct 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.261) to: Jessie Alice Warren


HANSON: Mathis (Mathes) m: 3 Aug. 1852 by Charles Kuehn, Justice of the Peace in Shoto (co. mar. index) wit: Berent Hanson, Louis Kemper to: Dorothea Severina Olson


HANSON: Mead B. m: 23 Oct. 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.186) to: Azuba M. Underwood


HANSON: Peter m: 15 Nov. 1854 by Wm. B.D. Honey, J.P., wit: Alzada M. Honey, Meary A. Thomas (co. mar. index) to: Ellen Oleson


HANSON: See Gottlieb Damler bio. See GUTTORMSON See HALDORSON See KYOSTULSEN See MADSON See MASON See MEYER See Soren P. Nelson bio. See SOGGE See STRAUCH See TOLLEFSON See TORGUSEN See TRONDSEN


HANSSEN: Fred b. WI 1872 m. Dora Reimers Farmer and Breeder of Graded Durham Cattle Served as School Director Sect. 31 Eaton, PO New Holstein, Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


HANTHE: See John Schreihart bio.


HANY: John (Should be J. Harvey/from newspaper) m: 28 Sept. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.86) to: Barbara Alf Marriage of J. Harvey to Barbara Alf, Two Riveas (sic) Taken from official sources, of those who have become entangled in the matrimonial noose. The time runs from the first of November till date. By statue the official performing the ceremony, is enjoined to file a certificate in the Register's office. We find they are somewhat remiss. Another requirement of law is, that the married couple should file in the Register's office a record of the result, generally within one year from date of marriage. This law is seldom complied with. Manitowoc Tribune, Nov. 12, 1874 HANY: See HARVEY


HAPPEL: Adam m: 30 April 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.293) to: Frida Fritsch


HAPPEL: Charles m: 8 Jan. 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.390) to: Nellie Grant


HAPPEL: See REINECK


HAPPLE: See DAXHEIMER


HAPPLI: William b: May 1848 p: Joanis Baptist Happli and Sophia Kaus m: 20 Feb. 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.45)also(from records of St. Fidelis Cath. ch. bk.1 p.1) to: Margaritha Eisert b: Nov. 1847 p: Conrad Eisert and Catherine Stein


HAPPLY: John B. m: Karolina children: Joseph (b. Eaton/d. 20 Mar. 1878, Eaton)


HARALDSEN: See THORESEN


HARALDSON: Peter b: Norway res: Two Rivers, country work p: Harald Knudson and Aslang Paulsdaughter m: 14 Aug. 1853 at Two Rivers (co. mar. index v.1 p.14) to: Gun Oldsdaughter p: Ole Knudson and Sonner Andresdaughter


HARALDSON: See IVERSON


HARAN: See HIRSCH


HARASCHECK: George m: 6 Oct. 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.73) to: Franziska Baumann


HARBECK: See MAYER


HARBRECHT: John J. b: 1850, in Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany p: John J. and Dorothea (Hintz) Harbrecht. m: 1880, to Charlotte Deforth (b. 1859 in New York state.), p: Peter and Mary (Trutge) Deforth. children: Eugenia, Zedonia, Edmond, Raymond, John, Eugene, Lillian, and two children, Edmond and Alice who died in infancy.


HARBRECHT: Louis From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: The Oaks Stock and Grain Farm. Post Office, Kiel; Section 28, Schleswig Township.


HARBRECHT: See SCHUBERT


HARCHNER: Joh. Andrew (also listed as Andr.) m: Friederike _____ (also spelled Fridrika) children: Louise Emilie (b. 25 Sept. 1859/bapt. 17 Aug. 1860 at St. John- St. James Evang. Luth., Reedsville - father Joh. Andrew) Karolina Rosalina Henriette (b. 15 Feb. 1862/bapt. 21 Apr. 1862 at St. John-St. James Evang. Luth., Reedsville - father Andr.)


HARDER: Wilhelm m: 25 Oct. 1906 (co. mar. index v.8 p.13) to: Emily Ullmann From Der Nord Westen, 11 Oct. 1906: Marriage License obtained Wm. Harder of Chilton and Amalie Ullmann of Gibson


HARDER: See SCHON


HARDING: See NAGLE


HARDOW: Auguste b. 27 Mar. 1858/confirmed 1871/First German Ev. Luth. ch.


HARDOW: Carl m: Dorothea born Stuck children: Johann Gerhard Friedrich (b. 3 Aug. 1854/bapt. 1 Oct. 1854 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)


HARDOW: Carl F. C. m: 30 Aug 1904 (co. mar. index v.7 p.342) to: Louise F. Arnholz


HARDOW: Johann b. 3 Aug. 1854/confirmed 1869/First German Ev. Luth. ch.


HARDOW: John From Der Nord Westen, 24 Sep. 1903: Mr. and Mrs. John Hardow celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary Sat. with family and relatives.


HARDOW: John b: 3 Aug. 1854, in Manitowoc, WI. m: 16 Sept. 1878 to: Frederica Kirschner. Children: Charles. page 528, "History of Northern Wisconsin", publ. 1881 John Hardow, harness, Manitowoc, born in this place Aug. 3, 1854. At the age of fifteen he commenced working in a brick yard; continued about one year; in 1870 he commenced to learn the harness trade, and has since worked at this trade; he established this business June, 1881; married Sept. 16, 1878, to Frederica Kirchner. She was born in Saxony; they have one son, Charles.


HARDOW: John m: 19 Sept. 1878 (co. mar. index v.4 p.134) to: Frederike Kirchner Photos This is a photo of either John an Frederike Hardow or Carl and Louise Hardow in next entry. There was no way to determine which couple it is. (contributed by researcher/see contributors page)


HARDOW: Karl F.C. m: 30 Aug. 1904 (co. mar. index v.7 p.342) to: Louise F. Arnholz


HARDRAT: Gottfried m: Henriette children: Wm. H. (b. 20 Oct. 1854/d. 19 Sept. 1877)


HARDRATH: Friedrich (also Hardvath on index) b: Prussia - farmer Manitowoc co. p: Friedrich and Maria Hardrath m: 09 Apr 1871 (co. mar. index v.4 p.45) Wit: Henry DePons and Dorothea DePons to: Mina DePons (D Paus on index) p: Henry and Dorothea DePons


HARDRATH: Friedrich (Hardrat on co. index) m: 20 Nov. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.87) to: Bertha H L Rabenhorst (Note: According to his obit in cem. #44, this is his second wife. 1st was Mina DePons)


HARDRATH: Fred From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Farmer and Stock breeder. Born in Germany 1844. Wife born in Manitowoc County 1855. Married in 1874. Settled farm in 1872. Enlisted in 1865. Served until close of the war. Ten children. Post Office, Manitowoc; Section 26, Kossuth Township.


HARDRATH: Herman G. m: 20 Mar 1882 (co. mar. index v.5 p.64) to: K. S. Emma Molle


HARDRATH: Also have Haardrath See PREUSS


HARDT: See SCHNEIDER


HARDTWIG: See THIELE


HARE: Andreas m: Catherine Casper children: Andrew Henry (b. 19 Sept. 1898/bapt. 23 Sept. 1898/from record of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.77)


HARE: Otis S. m: 15 May 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.121) to: Lizzie D. McGavin Married – At the residence of the bride's parents in the city of Manitowoc, May 15, 1883, by Rev. J.M. Craig, Mr. Otis F. Hare of Milwaukee and Miss Lizzie J. McGavin of this city. The young couple will make their home in Milwaukee. They carry with them to their new home the best wishes of a large circle of friends. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, May 17, 1883


HAREM: John C. m: 11 Aug. 1851 by J. Brunner, Cath. Priest (co. mar. index) wit: Francis Lenefille, Mrs. Judith Finally to: Catharine Finally


HARGATE: See POH


HARGEAVES: Eligal (sic) m: 28 Sept. 1887 (co. mar. index. v.5 p.366) to: Louisa Klemme


HARGRAVES: Elmer b. WI m. Mae Wiedman Farmer and Breeder of High Grade Holstein Cattle Sect. 17 Manitowoc Rapids, PO Cato Came to County 1891 Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


HARGRAVES: (Divorce - 1870) Hargraves, Mary Ann, vs. Hargraves, James Married 27 July 1852 at Providence, Rhode Island. Lived in the Town of Kossuth. Defendant left plaintiff August 1868 Two children: Nancy Sarah, 13; Elijah, 9.


HARI: Ole O. m: 21 July 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.90) to: Marit Nilsen


HARIES: See NAUMANN


HARINGTON: See LA RHEIN


HARKER: See NOLLAU


HARKINS: Henry res: Tn. Wolf m: 7 Feb. 1856 at Tn. Wolf (co. mar. index v.1 p.102) To: Lucyann Eveland


HARLE: See DUNLAP


HARLEY: Wm Marriage Date: 27 May 1870 Vol:02 Page:0118 Vol:A Sequence:05475 to: Sophia N Arlef Marriage Date: 27 May 1870 Vol:02 Page:0118 Vol:A Sequence:05476


HARLEY: (also have Harly) See DAVIS


HARLFINGER: Frank m: 24 Nov. 1903 (co. mar. index v.7 p.304) to: Hulda Sohn


HARLFINGER: See HAERTL See JERGER


HARLIK: See BLAHA


HARLOT: Daniel m: Margarethe Heinrichs children: Henriette Wilhelmine (b. 22 Aug. 1857/bapt. 6 Jan. 1858 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.) Maria Caroline (b.___ /bapt. 26 Dec. 1859 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


HARLY: William m: 11 June 1870 (co. mar. index v.4 p.37)


HARLY: also have Harley


HARLYIC: Wind Marriage Date: ?? --- 18?? Vol:01 Page:0022 Vol:A Sequence:05237 to: Josephine Hollop Marriage Date: ?? --- 18?? Vol:01 Page:0022 Vol:A Sequence:05238


HARM: Herman m: 26 June 1907 (co. mar. index v.8 p.53) to: Helena Eggert


HARMACEK: Also have Hamacek See VOTRUBA


HARMAN: See CRANSTON


HARMANN: Carl August F. m: 26 Dec 1862 (co. mar. index v.2 p.151) to: Louise A Rehbein


HARMANN: also have Haarmann


HARMS: Johann Christoph m: 08 Apr 1896 (co. mar. index v.6 p.403) to: Emilie Bremer


HARMS: (Divorce - 1900) Harms, John, vs. Harms, Emelia Married 8 April 1897. Both parties 38 years old. Children: Agnes, 3 years; Herman, 4 months. Both children live with their mother.


HARNIS: John m: 15 July 1908, St. Johns United Church, Manitowoc to: Teresa Jirikowic


HARPT: Emil m: 26 July 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.60) to: Maria Cordes


HARPT: See FRENZ


HARRINGTON: Frank m: 7 Aug 1892 (co. mar. index v.6 p.163)


HARRINGTON: Joseph m: 30 Sept. 1867 (co. mar. index v.4 p.9) to: Elizabeth Niquette


HARRINGTON: Joseph occ: Fisherman, Two Rivers b: Canada p: Timothy J. Harrington and Olivia Hersenan m: 5 Jan. 1880, Two Rivers by Rev. Geo. L. Veith (co. mar. index v.4 p.159) wit: Narcissi Allie to: Dilema Langlois p: Joseph Langlois and Sella Samitorelli


HARRINGTON: L.C. res: Maple Grove, merchant m: 10 May 1855 at Maple Grove (co. mar. index v.1 p.73) wit: Josiah Cheney and Sarah Cheney to: Emma Watts Married In Maple Grove on the 11th inst. by L.W. Dunham, Esq., Mr. L.C. Harington(sic) and Miss Emma Watts all of Maple Grove. Manitowoc Tribune, Manitowoc, Wis. Thursday, May 17, 1855 P. 3 ***** (Also mar. announcement in Manitowoc Herald, 19 May 1855)


HARRINGTON: Timothy See Mrs. Urban Niquette bio. sketch


HARRINGTON: Photos Photos found in an album at a Two Rivers antique shop. All the photos from the album are on THIS page.


HARRIS: Albert W. m: 31 Oct. 1872 (co. mar. index v.4 p.64) to: Mary B Reed


HARRIS: Bajley A. m: 1 Nov. 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.73) to: Mrs. Hannah E. Cotter From Der Nord Westen, 02 Nov. 1899: Marriage License issued for: Bagly A. Harris of Chippewa Falls and Hannah E. Cotter of Owendale, Mich.


HARRIS: Eugene Franklin m: 10 Jan. 1878 (co. mar. index v.4 p.126) to: Mary Ann Smith


HARRIS: Fred From Der Nord Westen, 30 Nov. 1893: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harris celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary with family on Sunday.


HARRIS: Fred H. m: 26 Nov. 1868 (co. mar. index v.4 p.17) to: Jane C Ricker


HARRIS: Frederick H. m: Jane Amelia children: Carrie Emma (b. 21 Feb. 1874/bapt. 27 Sept. 1874) Ida Louise (b. 26 Aug. 1879/bapt. 2 Dec. 1879) Ulysses Sylvester Russell (b. 30 Dec. 1880/bapt. 5 Apr. 1890) Wm. Arthur Oscar (b. 27 July 1887/bapt. Aug. 1887) (entry from records of St. James Episc. ch., Manitowoc)


HARRIS: Isaac I. m: 17 Sept. 1865 (co. mar. index v.3 p.11) to: Lina Babcock


HARRIS: Isaac J. m: 22 Sept. 1880 (co. mar. index v.4 p.169) to: Mary Haulthansen


HARRIS: John E. m: 13 Oct. 1881 (co. mar. index v.5 p.37) to: Melora Shove Mr. J.E. Harris of Cato and Miss Melora Shove of this city were married at the residence of the bride's parents on Thursday, October 13. Mr. Harris is a business man and farmer. He is an enterprising, energetic young man and well known throughout the county. His bride is an estimable young lady and had been one of the prominent teachers of the county. We wish the young couple a prosperous journey through life. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, October 20, 1881 ******** Bridal Bells. Miss Melora Shove, of this city, and Mr. J.E. Harris, of Cato, were married at the residence of the bride's parents on Thursday, October 13, 1881. The popularity of the young couple was made evident by the many and costly presents received, a list of which we publish below: Sewing machine and silver cake knife, spoon; silver sugar bowl, the bride's father; glass butter dish, with silver plate and cover, Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Powers, West Bend; cheese plate and set of toilet mats, Mrs. E.M. Rice, Port Henry, N.Y.; thirty yards of carpeting, footstool, tidies and linen table-cloth, bride's mother; painting, Mrs. W. Delano; chromo, Mrs. D.S. Conly; silver castor, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bibinger; complete set of imported china, Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Shove, Minneapolis, Minn.; standing lamp, Mrs. D.W. Barnes; panel picture, Miss Mate Baker; duster, Master Willie Cummings; silver spoon-holder, gold lined, Miss Delia Corlin, Branch; and glass, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Briggs, Wausaw; set of silver nut picks, Miss Lizzie Emery; glass sauce dish, Mrs. Newcomb; glass cake stand, Mrs. Cummings; silver syrup pitcher, and gold lined cup, Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Smalley; silver butter cup, Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Smalley; silver butter dish, Mrs. Canright and Misses Lizzie Merrill and Alice Canright; double silver pickle caster, Mr. and Mrs. D.S. Day; silver teapot, set of silver teaspoons,and majolica pitcher, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sterling; tea set of majolica, Miss Dora Beer; dozen silver knives, P. Johnston, wife and daugther; set of silver knives and forks, E.K.Rand; Book, "Vanity Fair," W.H. Andrew; emroidered stand spread, Miss Jennie Barnes; easel mirror, Miss Eva Delano; flower stand and jar, Mrs. S.M. Brown, tidy, Mrs. N.N. Peterson, Manistee; towels, Mrs. Charles Wenzel, McGregor Iowa; set of perfumery bottles, M. Janacek; silver napkin ring, Miss Mary Mc Farlane; camp rocker, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Plumb, Misses Mary and Julia Nelson, Messrs, Jule, Chas. and W. Nelson, and Geo. Albee; fruit dish with silver standard, Miss Annie Lawrence, Branch; silver spoon holder, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Lawrence, Branch; silver pickle caster, Miss Lena Bates, Menasha, silver call bell, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hamilton, Two Rivers; set of silver knives, Chas. Shove; glass set, lace pillow shams and toilet mats, Miss Dee and Della Shove; linen table cloth and half dozen towels, Mrs. L.C. Shove, Appleton; cake basket, Miss Mate Shove; floral horseshoe and five bouqets, Mrs. Arthur Boozer, Appleton; basket of flowers, Mrs. R.G. Merrill; lace kerchief, Miss Jessie Partich, Athens, Alabama. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, October 18, 1881 P. 1


HARRIS: Joseph b: m: 28 Dec. 1868 (co. mar. index v.4 p.20) m: Elizabeth Martin b: 18 Feb. 1849/d. 11 May 1944


HARRIS: Orvil D. m: 8 Jan. 1876 (co. mar. index v.4 p.101) to: Katie Seybold


HARRIS: Orville D. m: 22 Feb. 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.68)


HARRIS: Walter m: 19 Feb. 1877 (co. mar. index v.4 p.114) to: Jennie Smith


HARRIS: William res: Manitowoc m: Elizabeth Hamlin res: Manitowoc (mar. announcement in Manitowoc Herald, 28 June 1856)


HARRIS: See KIMMES


HARRISON: Richard Ed m: 28 Jan 1885 (co. mar. index. v.5 p.231) to: Elen S. Fulton MARRIED. By Rev. J.M. Craig at the residence of the bride's parents in the town of Kossuth, Wednesday evening, Jan. 28th. 1885, Mr. Richard E. Harrison to Miss Ellen Sephroney Fulton. A delighful company attended the wedding festivities including many friends of the bride in this city. All unite in praise of the young couple and in wishing them a long and happy life. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 3, 1885 P.6 ********* Henry Spencer, J.S. Hay, C.B. Tifft and their families came from Door Co. to attend the Harrison Fulton wedding. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 3, 1885 P.6


HARRISON: William O. m: 20 Sep 1894 (co. mar. index. v.6 p.267) to: Katie Heinrich From Der Nord Westen, 27 Sept. 1894: Marriage last Thurs., 20 Sept., of William O. Harrison of Manitowoc, with Miss Katie Heinrichs of Manitowoc Rapids, by Justice of the Peace H.L. Markham.


HARRISON: See August Lindner bio.


HARRY: Fred m: 8 Oct. 1882 (co. mar. index. v.5 p.103) to: Sophia Land


HARRY: See HAETTICH


HARST: See CASSBAUM


HART: Calvin m: 1 Aug. 1907 (co. mar. index v.8 p.54) to: Della Bormell


HARTH: See SILBERNAGEL


HARTHO: Johannes Christophersen Hartho (Also in books as Harttro) m: Marie Hansen (also Anna Marie) children: Walther/b. 24 Dec. 1881/bp. 28 May 1882/mother Marie Hansen Clara Sophie/b. 2 Mar. 1884/bp. 26 Sept. 1886/mother Anna Marie Hartho (Also in books as Harttro) Chester Theodore/b. 17 Feb. 1886/bp. 26 Sept. 1886/mother Anna Marie Hartho (Also in books as Harttro) (From the Gibson Evan. Luth. Church records)


HARTLAUB: Alexander m: 21 Jan 1908 to: Clara Rueden


HARTLAUB: Mary From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Lakelet Stock and Grain Farm. Mr. Hartlaub born in Germany and came to America 1853. Died in 1877. Mrs. Hartlaub born in Germany 1843. Married in 1862. Post Office, Alverno; Section 10, Newton Township.


HARTLAUB: Peter m: 12 May 1896 (co. mar. index. v.6 p. 361) to: Anna Fischer


HARTMAN: A. m: Anna Lucas Schleswig: Nov. 29, 1880 Last Tuesday Mr. A. Hartman and Miss Anna Lucas were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony. Long may they wave. Manitowoc Pilot Thursday, December 2, 1880


HARTMAN: Andreas m: 08 May 1887 (co. mar. index. v.5 p.356) to: Emilie B. Koblenharg


HARTMAN: A. Edward m: 24 Aug 1900 (co. mar. index. v.7 p.112) to: Gertrude Sprague


HARTMAN: Henry m: 20 May 1889 (co. mar. index v.5 p.451) to: Mathilda Spettel


HARTMAN: Herman b. WI m. Mary Laures Hickory Dairy Farm Sect. 17 Schleswig, PO Kiel Came to County 1864 Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


HARTMAN: Peter m: 10 Jul 1888 (co. mar. index. v.5 p.414) to: Florentina Hamela


HARTMAN: Richard m: 06 May 1890 (co. mar. index v.6 p.42) to: Anna Spettel


HARTMAN: Wilhelm m: 02 Jun 1896 (co. mar. index. v.6 p.356) to: Augusta Wagner


HARTMAN: See ANHALT See FINK See HOFFMAN See NOLDEN See RUPPLINGER See Edward John Spettel bio. See VOGL


HARTMANN: A. Edward m: 24 Aug. 1900 (co. marr. index v.7, p.112) to: Gertrude Sprague


HARTMANN: Albert From Der Nord Westen, 19 July 1906: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hartmann here celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary on Friday.


HARTMANN: Andrea (transferred from Schwartzwald, Calumet co. Wis.) m: Margaretha children: Anton Andreas (b. 12 Aug. 1885/bapt. 15 Aug. 1885 St. Fidelis Cath. ch.


HARTMANN: Andreas m: 8 May 1877 (co. mar. index v.5 p.356) to: Emilie B. Koblenharg (state microfiche has Kohlberg) From Der Nord Westen, 12 May 1887: Marriage of Andreas Hartmann of Manitowoc, with Mrs. Emilie Bernhard of Two Rivers, on 08 May in the home of Mr. Karl Pape in the 1st Ward of Manitowoc. by Justice of the Peace Wm. Bach. (Note: Don't know what to make of this news article. Emilie Bernhard married Fried Witte 17 Dec. 1885)


HARTMANN: Andreas m: Amalie born Foley or Poley children: Carl Friedrich Theodor (b. 4 Feb. 1857/bapt. 5 May 1857 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)


HARTMANN: Emil A. m: 2 Mar. 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.350) to: Johanna Frank From Der Nord Westen, 04 1886: Mar. Marriage of Emil A. Hartmann with Miss. Johanna Frank, both from Manitowoc, on Tues., 02 Mar. by County Judge Carl H. Schmidt. ******* In this city, Tuesday, March 9, 1886, by Co. Judge C.H. Schmidt, Mr. Emil Hartman and Miss Johanna Frank. As will be seen by the above notice another of our gallant young men has joined the army of Benedicts. May the young couple live long and prosper. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, March 9, 1886 P.3


HARTMANN: Friedrich m: Barbara Martin children: Elisabeth (b. 6 Mar. 1852/bapt. 31 July 1854 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)


HARTMANN: Jacob b: 20 Dec. 1849 in State of Ohio res: Town of Franklin, Manitowoc co. Wis., farmer p: Friedrich and Barbara Hartmann m: 3 Nov. 1876 from record of First German Evang. Lutheran ch., Manitowoc to: Pauline Gans b: 18 Jan. 1858 in Westpreussen p: Christian Gans and Anna born Behnke children: Ema Louise (b. 21 June 1877/bapt. 3 July 1877 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


HARTMANN: Johann G. b: 17 Feb. 1855/conf. 2 Apr. 1871 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


HARTMANN: John m: 28 Apr 1891 (co. mar. index v.6 p.97) HARTMANN: Joseph (His picture is in the glass neg. photos) b: Wisconsin –farmer in Town of Rhine –age 44 years p: Phil Hartmann and Lizzie Strub (both born Germany) m: Nov. 12, 1910 in civil ceremony, Kiel (v.10 p.25) Witnesses Peter Nauth (Town of Rhine) and Nellie Pringel(Town of Rhine) to: Lizzie Mueller p: Michael Mueller and Margaretta Roesch (both born Germany)


HARTMANN: Peter m: 26 Dec. 1860 (co. mar. index v.4 p.27) to: Augusta Kristel


HARTMANN: See FINK See GEHBE See KADEMANN See KOENIG See MAHNKE See MEISSNER See PFUNDER See PINGEL See PLOECKELMANN See WAGNER


HARTNETH: See SULLIVAN


HARTNETT: Family Photo


HARTNETT: See SHEAHAN See SULLIVAN


HARTNIG: Carl m: 23 Dec. 1867 (co. mar. index v.4 p.20)


HARTNIG: Christian m: 30 Jan. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.80)


HARTOC: Frederick b: Germany res: Two Rivers p: Henry and Elizabeth Hartoc m: 20 Feb. 1853 at Two Rivers by Timothy Harrington - Justice of the Peace Witnesses: John Siegent, Jacob Arnold to: Elizabeth Reife (b. Germany) dau. of George Reife


HARTOC: See HIDEMAN


HARTT: See KUBSCH


HARTTRO: Johannes (From records of the Gibson Evang. Luth. Ch.) m: Anna Marie children: Clara Sophie/b. 2 Mar. 1884/bp. 26 Sept. 1886 Chester Theodore/b. 17 Feb. 1886/bp. 26 Sept. 1886


HARTUNG: August m: 14 Nov. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.92) to: Julia Etta Bean


HARTUNG: August Building struck by lightning


HARTUNG: F. (article about his 2 yr. old son being burned with boiling water in Der Nord Westen, 30 May 1878)


HARTUNG: Fred m: 14 June 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.298) to: Julia Perouta


HARTUNG: Friedrich m: 1 June 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.70) to: Clara Louise Peschke


HARTUNG: Friedrich m: Elisabeth born Reif children: Hulda (b. 4 Sept. 1854/bapt. 18 July 1858 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.) Pauline (b. 10 Apr. 1857/bapt. 18 July 1858 from record of First German Evang. Luth. ch.)


HARTUNG: H. From Der Nord Westen, 05 July 1894: (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 02 July) On Tues. of last week, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hartung celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary at a party with 70 guests.


HARTUNG: Henry m: 26 June 1889 (co. mar. index v.5 p.456)


HARTUNG: Louis b: 7 Sept. 1858, in Two Rivers, WI. p: Fritz and Elizabeth (Reif) Hartung. m: 9 Oct. 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.335) to: Caroline Rado from near Mishicot. children: Meta, Norbert and Corleatha.


HARTUNG: Mathilda Bean b: 28 Sept. 1861/bapt. 31 Mar. 1943 from record of St. John's United Ch. of Christ, Manitowoc)


HARTUNG: See SCHNORR See STELZER See TRAMBALI


HARTWIG: August m: Wilhelmine children: Johannes (b. 24 June 1864 at Cooperstown/d. 18 Dec. 1865)


HARTWIG: Charles m: 27 Oct 1896 (co. mar. index v.6 p.378) to: Annie Kulanek


HARTWIG: Christian m: 30 Jan 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.80) to: Berhardina Rauten


HARTWIG: Fred W. m: 29 Aug. 1907 (co. mar. index v.8 p.54) to: Annie H. Frosch


HARTWIG: Karl m: 23 Nov 1867 to: Maria (nee) Bruns children: Hedwig Augusta Lena (b. 1/4/1883/bapt. 1/15/1883 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HARTWIG: William m: 20 June 1854 at house of Wm. Hartwig, Washington, Door co. Wis. by W.E. Summ, J.P. wit: Peter Bridgham, Christene Bridgham (co. mar. index) to: Elizabeth Buffen


HARTWIG: also have Hartnig See BAHR See HEINEKE See KRUMM See PAHNER See POLLACK See SCHREIHARDT See John Schreihart bio. See WHITTON See ZILLMANN


HARTZ: See MORRIS


HARVEY: Floyd Calvin b: 18 July 1889/bapt. 8 May 1932 from record of St. John's United Ch. of Christ, Manitowoc)


HARVEY: John (Hany on index) m: 28 Sept. 1874 (co. mar. index v.4 p.86) to: Barbara Alf Marriage of J. Harvey to Barbara Alf, Two Riveas (sic) Taken from official sources, of those who have become entangled in the matrimonial noose. The time runs from the first of November till date. By statue the official performing the ceremony, is enjoined to file a certificate in the Register's office. We find they are somewhat remiss. Another requirement of law is, that the married couple should file in the Register's office a record of the result, generally within one year from date of marriage. This law is seldom complied with. Manitowoc Tribune, Nov. 12, 1874


HARVEY: See HANY See NAUTH See Fred Raatz bio.


HARZ: See WESTPHAL


HARZIG: See NEUSER


HASA: Wenzel Marriage Date: 28 Apr 1872 Vol:02 Page:0195 Vol:A Sequence:05537 to: Rosalia Sara Marriage Date: 28 Apr 1872 Vol:02 Page:0195 Vol:A Sequence:05538


HASDORF: See FICK


HASE: Carl August (see Haese, Carl) b: Pommern Preussen res: Rockland, farmer m: 29 Nov. 1861 (co. mar. index v.2 p.135) to: Johana Albertine Caroline Blank


HASE: Christian Friedrich (Friedr. below?) m: 2 Apr. 1860 to: Henriette Bacherd


HASE: Eric m: 10 Nov. 1872 (co. mar. index v.4 p.65) to: Halda Chase


HASE: Ferdinand m: 31 Oct 1889 (co. mar. index v.6 p.9) to: Katharina Kemmer


HASE: Ferdinand (also listed as Haese) m: 1 Feb. 1866? to: Katharina Grimm (also Katharine) children: Karl Jacob Ferdinand (b. 27 May 1867/bapt. 9 July 1867) Louis August (b. 23 Aug. 1868/bapt. 4 Oct. 1868) Wilhelm Christoph (b. 11 Apr. 1870/bapt. 29 Apr. 1870) Adolph Herrmann (b. 22 Mar. 1872/bapt. 20 May 1872) Heinrich Albert (b. 13 Oct. 1873/bapt. ____) Emma Charlotte Louise (b. 16 Nov. 1875/bapt. 26 Dec. 1875) Johannes Philip August (b. 19 Feb. 1880/bapt. 28 Mar. 1880) (this entry from records of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


HASE: Friedr. (Christian Friedrich above?) m: Henriette Bachet children: Joh. August (b. 26 Jan. 1862/bapt. 2 Feb. 1862 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


HASE: Gottlieb m: Louise _____ children: Henriette Auguste (b. 6 Mar. 1860/bapt. 7 Mar. 1860 at St. John- St. James Evang. Luth., Reedsville)


HASE: Jacob Karl m: 07 Apr 1893 (co. mar. index v.6 p.192) to: Dor. Wilh. Ottilie Boettcher


HASE: Johann (also listed as Joh. Friedr. Hase) m: Wilhelmine Lemke (also listed as Ernstine Wilhelmine Lemke) children: Ferdinand (b. 12 July 1848/confirmed 13 Apr. 1862) Joh. Friedr. Gottlieb (b. 5 Dec. 1858/bapt. 29 Dec. 1858) Wilhelmine Justine Emilie (b. 20 Dec. 1861/bapt. 29 Dec. 1861) Karl Hermann Gustav (b. 11 Dec. 1865/bapt. 27 Dec. 1865) (this entry from records of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


HASE: Karl August m: 23 June 1863 (co. mar. index v.2 p.170) to: Friederika Kruger


HASE: Louis August m: 10 Apr 1901 (co. mar. index v.7 p.149) to: Ella Sophia Puls


HASE: Otto m: 22 Apr. 1877 (co. mar. index v.4 p.115) to: Anna Gruning


HASE: Wilhelm C. m: Henriette _____ children: ____ Louise Wilh. (b. 31 Oct. 1858/bapt. 23 Nov. 1858) ____ ____ Wilh. (b. 24 Mar. 1861/bapt. 8 Apr. 1861) (this entry from records of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


HASE: Wilhelm C. m: 8 May 1900 (co. mar. index v.7 p.97) to: Christine L. Kraus The marriage of Miss Christiana Krause to William Haese was solemnized at the Lutheran church in Reedsville this morning, Rev. Brenner officiating. Both young people are residents of that village and will make it their future home. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Tuesday, May 8, 1900 P. 1


HASE: See BADKER See BRAATZ See FREE See HAESE See KEUBKE See LAHN See LUHN See RUSCH


HASEK: Frank m: 16 Nov. 1880 (co. mar. index v.4 p.171) to: Catharina Jichta


HASELHOFF: See SONNENBURG


HASELOF: See SONNENBURG


HASELOFF: (also have Hasseloff) See SCHROEDER See SONNENBERG See SONNENBURG


HASEMANN: See THISFELD


HASEN: See VOSS


HASENFUS: John Marriage Date: 26 Jul 1898 Vol:05 Page:0028 Vol:B Sequence:01947 to: Philamena Westphal Marriage Date: 26 Jul 1898 Vol:05 Page:0028 Vol:B Sequence:06597 From Der Nord Westen, 28 July 1898: Marriage Tues. in the local Catholic Church of John Hasenfus with the widow Mrs. W. Westphal.


HASENFUS: Wm. Silver Lake Hotel Four Miles West Of Manitowoc Truck Line 56 Manitowoc b. WI 1890 m. Lulu Goose Sect. 34 Manitowoc Rapids, PO Manitowoc Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


HASENFUSS: John B. m: 26 Sep 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.371/she is p.391 but his no. is between 390 and 393 so it probably is mis-numbered and should be 391 also) to: Frances T. Lindan


HASENJAGER: John O. (age 29 at mar.) res: Manitowoc p: Julius and Ida Hasenjager of Jacksonport, Wis. m: 26 Dec. 1921 at Manitowoc St. James Episc. ch. wit: Henry Fanslau, Elsie Fanslau to: Anna Ruby (age 36 at mar.) p: John and Mary Quallman of Manitowoc


HASENLOFF: See KRUEGER See LUEBKE


HASHAR: See NEITZEL


HASKINS: Chas. m: 17 June 1897 to: Anna Davis 24 June Marriage of Chas. Haskins of Glenmore, Wisc., with Miss Anna Davis last Thurs., by Rev. Cabeen of Sheboygan, in the home of the bride's parents in Meeme. They will make their home in Glenmore.


HASKINS: Mantly G. m: 04 Mar 1882 (co. mar. index v.5 p.63) to: M. Frances Williams


HASLAFF: See KRUEGER


HASLER: See HASSLER


HASS: Claus m: 12 Nov. 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.98) to: Maria Mueller


HASS: Willie m: 27 Jul 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.415) to: Anna Peters


HASS: See HELD See KUMMEROW See Henry Ivo Nachtwey bio.


HASSE: See HELT/HELD


HASSEL: See BECKER


HASSELFELD: See ROBRAN


HASSEMER: George m: 18 Sept. 1882 (co. mar. index. v.5 p.98) to: Josephine Kellner From Der Nord Westen, 21 Sept. 1882: Marriage of George Hassemer with Miss Josephine Kellner, both from Kossuth, last Mon. by Rev. Father Stern in Kossuth. From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Evergreen Stock and Dairy Farm. Born in Kossuth 1856. Settled farm in 1882. Married 1882. Four children. Post Office, Francis Creek; Section 11, Kossuth Township.


HASSEMER: Also have Hassmer


HASSEN: See JENSEN


HASSLER: Meinradi (also Hasler) m: Maria Ana Steiner children: Franciscus Xaverius (b. 9 July 1865/bapt. 16 July 1865 St. Joseph Cath. ch..Hassler) Ana (b. 13 Oct. 1866/bapt. 18 Nov. 1866 St. Fidelis Cath. ch..Hasler)


HASSMER: (Divorce - 1901) Hassmer, Josephine, vs. Hassmer, George Children: George August and Louis Hassmer.


HAST: See CASSBAUM


HASTRIETER: Frank m: 17 Jul 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.59) to: Anna Ebert


HASTREITER: Frank m: ?? ??? 1902 (co. mar. index v.7 p.256) to: Mary M. Heintzen


HASTERATER: F Marriage Date: ?? --- 18?? Vol:05 Page:0311 Vol:B Sequence:02146 to: Marie M Huntzen Marriage Date: ?? --- 18?? Vol:05 Page:0311 Vol:B Sequence:02175 (Family researcher says this should be Marie Magdalena Heinzon)


HASTREITER: See HASTERATER See HOSTREITER See HEIN


HASY: Mathias m: 17 May 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.92) to: Angela Bonnficht


HATTER: Louis m: 30 Mar 1891 (co. mar. index v.6 p.88) to: Anna Haensel


HAUCH: Francis (also Franciscus) m: Elisabetha children: Peter Joseph (b. 12 July 1883/bapt. 5 Aug. 1883/bk.1 p.11) Francis Peter (b. 24 Dec. 1884/bapt. 1 Feb. 1885/bk.1 p.12) Mathias (b. 6 Sept. 1886/bapt. 19 Sept. 1886/bk.1 p.13) Maria Elisabetha (b. 27 July 1888/bapt. 12 Aug. 1888/bk.1 p.14) (this entry from records of St. Fidelis Cath. ch.)


HAUCH: Frank (Franciscus on ch. record) p: Peter and Maria Hauch m: 30 Oct. 1882 (co. mar. index. v.5 p.88)(from records of St. Fidelis Cath. ch. bk.1 p.5) to: Eliza Philipps (Elisabetha on ch. record) p: Peter and Anna Philipps


HAUCH: Mathias m: 26 Feb 1889 (co. mar. index v.5 p.445) to: Anna Dhein children: Elsa Elisabetha Christina (b. 8 Feb. 1890/bapt. 23 Feb. 1890) Maria Anna (b. 21 July 1891/bapt. 31 July 1891/bk.1 p.15/ mar. Joseph Silbernagel, 20 June 1911 at St. Fidelis William Mathias (b. 14 Dec. 1893/bapt. 24 Dec. 1893/bk.1 p.17) Leon Peter (b. 1 Apr. 1896/bapt. 11 Apr. 1896/bk.1 p.19) Mathias Joseph (b. 12 Dec. 1897/bapt. 26 Dec. 1897/bk.1 p.20) Raymond Andrea (b. 23 Jan. 1900/bapt. 4 Feb. 1900/bk.1 p.21) William Michael (b. 14 Jan. 1903/bapt. 14 Jan. 1903/bk.1 p.23) Lucia Elizabeth (b. 25 Oct. 1904/bapt. 31 Oct. 1904/bk.1 p.24) Eleanora (b. 8 July 1906/bapt. 15 July 1906/bk.1 p.25) (this entry from records of St. Fidelis Cath. ch.)


HAUCH: Michael m: 11 Nov. 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.213)also(from records of St. Fidelis Cath. ch. bk.1 p.6) to: Anna Stein children: Peter (b. 8 Aug. 1885/bapt. 8 Aug. 1885/bk.1 p.12) Peter Michael (b. 27 Jan. 1887/bapt. 13 Feb. 1887/bk.1 p.13/ mar. Anna Ramminger, 11 June at St. Wendel bur. in St. Fidelis cem. #59 as Mike P. Hauch) Mathias Joseph (b. 2 June 1888/bapt. 17 June 1888/bk.1 p.14) John Peter (b. 8 Oct. 1889/bapt. 20 Oct. 1889/bk.1 p.14/ mar. Norma Hills, 21 Nov. 1916 at St. Wendel Adam Henry (b. 12 May 1891/bapt. 21 May 1891/bk.1 p.15) Antonius (b. 6 Mar. 1897/bapt. 12 Mar. 1897/bk.1 p.19) Peter Aloysius (b. 24 Mar. 1899/bapt. 2 Apr. 1899/bk.1 p.21) (this entry from records of St. Fidelis Cath. ch.)


HAUCH: Peter m: 15 May 1877 (co. mar. index v.4 p.116)


HAUCH: Peter J. b: 18 Feb. 1852, in Prussia. p: Peter Hauch and Maria Klopp m: 15 May 1877 to: Mary Schutte (m: 15 May 1897 from record of St. Wendel Cath. ch. p: Theodore Schutte and Katharina Westerfeld


HAUCH: also have Hauk


HAUDINGER: See REIMER


HAUEISEN: See STAEHLE


HAUENSTEIN: Friedrich Paul m: 14 May 1891 (co. mar. index v.6 p.94) to: Ida Barb Clara Vogel


HAUENSTEIN: See HUGAND See LUTZE See WIEGAND


HAUG: Franzisci m: Elisabetha children: Peter Joseph (b. 12 July 1883/bapt. 5 Aug. 1883 St. Fidelis Cath. ch.)


HAUGEN: Andreas T. m: 05 Jun 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.194) to: Augustine T. Aaberg


HAUGEN: Halver Johnson m: 19 Dec. 1881 (co. mar. index v.5 p.47) to: Maren Sorenson


HAUGEN: Knut T. m: 14 Mar 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.396/she is not on co. mar. index) to: Maria M. Hoten


HAUGEN: Thomas T. m: 2 Apr. 1903 (co. mar. index v.7 p.268) to: Rongdi K. Waarum From Der Nord Westen, 19 Mar. 1903 Marriage License obtained Thomas F. Haugen of Liberty and Rangdi K. Waarum of Manitowoc


HAUGEN: also have a Hougen See BERGE


HAUK: (also have Hauch) See SCHLEGEMILCH


HAUKEL: See RUDOLPH


HAUKOHL: Albert m: 31 Jan. 1880 (co. mar. index v.4 p.158) to: Emma G. Bibinger From Der Nord Westen, 05 Feb. 1880: Marriage of Albert Haukohl with Miss Emma G. Bibinger, both from Manitowoc, on 31 Jan. by Justice of the Peace Carl H. Schmidt in Manitowoc.


HAUKOHL, C., & Son From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Dealers in Boots and Shoes and Rubbers. All kinds of Custom Work and Repairing promptly done. The latest styles always on hand. Wood's Block, south side.


HAUKOHL: Robert m: 16 Sept. 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.308) to: Helene A. Fehrs From Der Nord Westen, 30 Sept. 1886: Marriage of Robert Haukohl of Milwaukee, with Miss Helene Anna Fehrs of Manitowoc, on 06 Sept. in the home of the bride's parents in Manitowoc by Justice of the Peace Wm. Bach. The young couple will make their home in Milwaukee.


HAUMACHER: John Wienand m: Maria Jermann children: Magdalena Catharina (b. 4 July 1861/bapt. 14 Oct. 1861, at Centerville, from record of St. Wendell Cath. ch.)


HAUN: See KERBER


HAUPT: Adele confirmed: 18 Apr. 1886 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HAUPT: August confirmed: 1 Apr. 1881 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HAUPT: August b. 19 Apr. 1857/confirmed 7 April 1872/First German Ev. Luth. ch.


HAUPT: August C.F. m: 6 Feb. 1880 (co. mar. index v.4 p.158) to: Marie Elis Schmiedecke Photo (photo sent in by researcher/see contributors page)


HAUPT: August Ehrhardt m: 7 Mar. 1895 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg (co. mar. index v.6 p.293) m: Bertha (nee) Vogt (also Berta Vogt) children: Leland Johann Carl (b. 8/27/1895/bapt. 10/06/1895) Siegfried Johann Friedrich (b. 12/14/1896/bapt. 1/10/1897) Milton Heinrich Hermann (b. 12/19/1897/bapt. 1/23/1898) Ehrhardt Heinrich August (b. 4/3/1900/bapt. 5/6/1900) Nora Erna Caroline (b. 3/11/1903/bapt. 4/12/1903) Myron Ernst Wilhelm (b. 3/25/1905/bapt. 5/7/1905) Hilbert Christian Ernie (b. 3/1/1907/bapt. 4/14/1907/mother Berta Vogt) (child. info from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HAUPT: Carl b. 22 May 1859/confirmed 20 April 1873/First German Ev. Luth. ch.


HAUPT: Heinrich m: Wilhelmine (nee) Schroder (also Mina Schroder) children: Christian August Ludwig (b. 1/10/1867/bapt. 2/24/1867) August Karl Johan (b. 2/7/1869/bapt. 3/21/1869/mother Mina) Adele Friedericke Charlotte (b. 2/27/1873/bapt. 4/13/1873/mother Mina) (child. info from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HAUPT: Johann m: 24 Apr. 1864 (co. mar. index v.2 p.194) (same mar. date on records from St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg) to: Wilhelmine Schroder (Wilhelmine Magdalene Ernestine (nee) Shroder on ch. mar. record)


HAUPT: Johann m: Auguste Kuntz children: Friedrich Ernst (b. 15 Nov. 1877/bapt. 29 July 1878 from record of St. John-St. James Evang. Luth. ch., Reedsville)


HAUPT: Johann Christian Lu__ m: Anna Catharine Wilh__ (nee) Buschmann children: Sophia Friederike Wilhelmine (b. 11/15/1854/bapt. 3/4/1855) Carl Friedrich August (b. 4/19/1857/bapt. 5/20/1857) (this entry from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HAUPT: Karl confirmed: 22 Apr. 1883 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HAUPT: Karl b: Town Liberty - farmer in Town of Liberty p: Henry Haupt and Wilhelmine Schroeder m: 28 Aug 1902 in Lutheran ceremony, Town of Liberty Wit: William Rusch and William Nass (co. mar. index v.7 p.228) to: Emma Rusch b: Town Liberty p: Wilhelm Rusch and Wilhelmine Luebke From Der Nord Westen, 28 Aug 1902 Marriage License: Charles Haupt and Emma Rusch both of Liberty ******** Marriage licenses have been issued to Lizzie Bierhaus, of Newton, and Conrad Iffert, of Norfolk, Neb., to Katie Steiner and J.W. Welhelen, of Cato and to Emma Rusch and Charles (sic) Haupt, of Liberty. Manitowoc Daily Herald, Thursday, August 21, 1902 P. 2


HAUPT: Louis m: 1901 to: Mrs. Krueger From Der Nord Westen, 05 Dec. 1901 Louis Haupt, a resident of our city, has been married in Port Edwards to widow Krueger of Grand Rapids, Michigan.


HAUPT: Ludwig m: Wilhelmine (nee) Bushmann (also Wilhelmine Buschmann) children: Carl Christian Friedrich (b. 5/22/1859/bapt. 6/30/1859/mother Bushmann) Emma Maria Friederika (b. 11/02/1863/bapt. 11/30/1863/mother Buschmann) Marie Luise Wilhelmine (b. 5/1/1865/bapt. 6/18/1865/mother Buschmann) Bertha Ernestine Ida (b. 9/2/1866/bapt. 10/21/1866/mother Buschmann) (this entry from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HAUPT: Ludwig m: M.A. Wilhelmine (nee) Buschmann children: Hermann Heinrich (b. 7/20/1860/bapt. 9/23/1860 from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HAUPT: Ludwig Heinrich m: 9 Dec. 1875 (co. mar. index v.4 p.99)


HAUPT: Maria Christiane b. 18 May 1846/confirmed 1861 at Tannery at Two Rivers/First German Ev. Luth. ch.


HAUPT: Sophia Charlotte confirmed: 10 Apr. 1864 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HAUPT: Sophie confirmed: 5 Apr. 1868 (from records of St. John's Ev. Luth. ch., Newtonburg)


HAUPT: See GELBKE See GROTH See KLEINER See MARTENS


HAUPTMANTEL: Joseph Laborer in Town of Eaton m: 18 July 1870 St. Gregory Catholic Church, Town of Eaton Wit: John Schmidt and Michael Kora(co. mar. index v.4 p.41) to: Theresia Mueller (Note: They are the parents of various Hauptmantel people in the glass negative photos)


HAUS: See VOSBURGH


HAUSCHILD: Detlef b: Germany - Painter in New Holstein p: Hans Hauschild and Anna m: 6 Jan. 1870 religious ceremony in Town of Schleswig Witnesses Carl Hipke and Jacob Hipke (co. mar. index v.4 p.34) to: Anna Hipke p: Wilhelm Fred Hipke and Anna Marie (Their pictures are in the glass negative photos They are both buried in New Holstein cem. in Calumet co.)


HAUSE: Francis K. m: 4 Nov. 1860 (co. mar. index v.2 p.100) to: Lizzie A. Honey


HAUSENFELDER: Leopold b: Germany res: Manitowoc, shoemaker p: Hilarius and Maria Anna Hausenfelder m: 26 Nov. 1854 at Manitowoc Rapids (co. mar. index v.1 p.49) to: Emma Hencart p: Blasius and Magdalena Henkart


HAUSER: Calib m: 15 Nov. 1900 (co. mar. index v.7 p.132) to: Anna Wilh. Meyer


HAUSER: Phillip m: 9 Jan. 1884 (co. mar. index v.5 p.177) to: Caroline Heir


HAUSER: See MAYER


HAUSHERR: See DIRKMAN


HAUSMAN: See VIETMEIER


HAUSMANN: Aug. m: 12 Jan. 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.390) to: Wilhelmine Thiel


HAUSMANN: Christian m: May 1897 to: Helene Voss From Der Nord Westen, 13 May 1897: Marriage in Louis Corners, Town Schleswig, recently of Christian Hausmann with Miss Helene Voss.


HAUSS: See KOEHN


HAUT: See RADKE


HAUTZ: Johann m: 28 Oct. 1869 (co. mar. index v.4 p.32)


HAUVE: Halver W. m: 01 Jan 1881 (co. mar. index v.5 p.2) to: Guri Halverson


HAVACEK: John m: 18 June 1900 (co. mar. index v.7, p.104) to: Emilia Etzler


HAVEL: Frank m: 14 Jan. 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.68) to: Emilie Stoll


HAVEL: Hermann J. m: 19 Oct 1889 (co. mar. index v.6 p.7) to: Augusta Becker From Der Nord Westen, 24 Oct. 1889: Marriage of Mr. H. Harvel of Two Rivers, with Miss Gusta Becker of Mishicott last Sat. in Two Rivers by Pastor Siegel.


HAVEL: See KASKA


HAVERLAND: none given yr. 1884-sale of hotel


HAVERLAND: Charles b: 21 Sept. 1823, in Germany. m: 26 Mar. 1854, to Amelia Birkholz.


HAVLEJEC: Wencel m: 27 Jan. 1861 (co. mar. index v.2 p.101) to: Josephine Hallak


HAVLICEK: Charley m: 28 Mar 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.241) to: Rosa Minacek


HAVLICEK: Frank m: 13 Oct. 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.329) to: Bertha Kostomlatzky From Der Nord Westen, 21 Oct. 1886: Marriage of Dr. Frank F. Havlicek of Cleveland, Ohio, with Miss Bertha Kostomlatzky of Manitowoc, in the home of the bride's mother in Manitowoc by Justice of the Peace Wm. Bach.


HAVLICEK: Voyteck m: 22 Nov. 1886 (co. mar. index v.5 p.322) to: Caroline Kukla


HAVLICEK: Wenzel m: 20 May 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.50) to: Anna Stradl County Clerk Fred Maresh issued two more marriage licenses Monday, one to John Miriert and Mary Klank, both of Kiel, and the other to Wenzell A. Havlacek and Anna Stradal, of Kossuth. Manitowoc Daily Herald, May 17, 1899 P.2 From Der Nord Westen, 01 Jun 1899: Marriage in Francis Creek on Tues. of Wenzel Havlicek with Miss Anna Stradl.


HAVLICHEK: Frank m: 11 Apr 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.241) to: Barbara Benishek


HAVLICHEK: Joseph m: 27 Oct 1894 (co. mar. index v.6 p.346) to: Ida Hagenow From Der Nord Westen, 01 Nov. 1894: Marriage of Joseph Havlichek with Miss Ida Hagenow, both of Town Kossuth, on 27 Oct. by Justice of the Peace John O'Hara.


HAVLINEK: Frank (Hablinek on the co. index) m: 21 June 1881 (co. mar. index v.5 p.48) to: Anna Catharina Grall Mrs. Frank Havlinek, Aged 67 Years, Dies At Francis Creek Today Mrs. Frank Havlinek, aged 67 years, died this morning at seven o’clock at the family home at Francis Creek. The maiden name of the deceased was Anna Grall and she was born in the town of Kossuth Jan. 26, 1861 and was married to Frank Havlinek in 1881. Besides the husband, deceased is survived by an adopted nephew, Erwin Grall of Milwaukee, 3 brothers, Peter Grall of Kossuth, Joseph of Marshfield and John of Los Angeles, Cal., and four sisters, Mrs. Theresa Friedl of this city, Mrs. Barbara Leitermann of Francis Creek, Mrs. Francis Whipple of Rhinelander, and Mrs. Peter Chadek of Green Bay. Burial will take place on Friday morning at 9:30 from the home and at ten o’clock from the St. Anna’s church at Francis Creek. The deceased was a member of the St. Anna’s society of that congregation. Manitowoc Herald News, Tuesday, February 14, 1928, Page 5


HAVLINEK: John b. Bohemia, 1863 m. Mary Salta Farmer and Breeder of Registered Holstein CAttle Holstein Rock Farm Sect. 11 Gibson, PO Mishicot Came to County 1865 Taken from 1921 Manitowoc County Patron Directory from Standard Atlas of Manitowoc County Wisconsin published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Publishers and Engravers, Chicago


HAVLINEK: John From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: Meadow Lawn Stock and Dairy Farm. Born in Bohemia 1863. Wife born in Bohemia 1864. Came to America 1866. Married in 1884. Settled farm in 1882. Three children. Post Office, Branch; Section 30, Kossuth Township.


HAVLINEK: Joseph m: 4 Nov. 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.331) to: Dorothea Havlovec


HAVLINEK: (also have Hablinek) See VRANY


HAVLONEK: John m: 14 Feb 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.232) to: Mary Zalba


HAVLOVEC: George m: 25 Oct 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.425) to: Frances Novack


HAVLOVEC: Matheus m: 23 Nov 1891 (co. mar. index v.6 p.124) to: Elizabeth Cizek Frank Hovlovic (sic) birth: 11 July 1899 Cooperstown, Manitowoc Co. death: 25 October 1899 Cooperstown, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin burial: Franklin residence: 1899 Cooperstown father: Mathios Hovlovic mother: Alzba Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968


HAVLOVEC: See HAVLINEK


HAVLOVIA: See JANDA


HAVLOVIC: Mathias m: 24 Nov 1885 (co. mar. index v.5 p.331)


HAVLOVITZ: See KORINEK


HAVOLIC: See WARM


HAWLASTA: See HALLAUER


HAWLEY: Robert J. m: 1 Dec. 1873 (co. mar. index v.4 p.75) to: Elvina Wartell


HAWLEY: See PLATT


HAWS: School photo at Crystal Springs School Delores, Lorraine


HAWS: John, Jr. From Wisconsin Histories - microfilm #18, Patron's Directory 1893, Two Rivers Library: West Two Rivers Grain and Stock Farm. Born in Manitowoc County 1865. Wife born in Manitowoc County 1862. Married in 1892. Settled farm in 1892. Post Office, Francis Creek; Section 19, Kossuth Township.


HAWS: See Wallace H. Vosburgh M.D. bio.


HAY: George Winfred m: 30 Aug 1899 (co. mar. index v.7 p.63) to: Bessie Pearl Spencer From Der Nord Westen, 24 Aug. 1899: Marriage License issued for: G.M. Hay of Sturgeon Bay and Pearl Spencer of Kossuth


HAYDEN: Patrick 5-161 m: 06 Mar 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.161) to: Brigetta Kelly


HAYDEN: See BOLAND See LORIGAN


HAYE: John A Marriage Date: 23 Aug 1863 Vol:01 Page:0072 Vol:A Sequence:05279 to: A W H Freichel Marriage Date: 23 Aug 1863 Vol:01 Page:0072 Vol:A Sequence:05280


HAYER: Andrew m: 1 Nov. 1868 (co. mar. index v.4 p.17)


HAYER: John Marriage Date: 18 Oct 1874 Vol:02 Page:0287 Vol:A Sequence:05613 to: Lily Belitz Marriage Date: 18 Oct 1874 Vol:02 Page:0287 Vol:A Sequence:05614


HAYER: also have Hoyer


HAYES: Alden m: 06 Dec 1892 (co. mar. index v.6 p.175) to: Mary Kohler


HAYES: Charles m: 4 July 1883 (co. mar. index v.5 p.128) to: Alvira Fittcher


HAYES: Dionysius b: Ireland res: Meeme, farmer p: Patrick and Mary Hayes m: 3 Feb. 1856 in Manitowoc Rapids (co. mar. index v.1 p.101) to: Julie Daley p: Thomas and Mary Daley


HAYES: Hauer m: 5 Oct. 1897 (co. mar. index v.6 p.422)


HAYES: John p: Michael Hayes and Helena Daly m: 24 June 1907 (co. mar. index v.8 p.53) to: Libby


HAYES: Michael E. m: 10 Nov. 1896 (co. mar. index v.6 p.380) m: 10 Nov. 1896 (from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.376) to: Anna Taugher p: Jacob Taugher and Anna Hope


HAYES: Patrick (also Hays) m: Mary Nagel (also Maria Nagle) children: Michael Hayes/b. 19 Dec. 1861/bapt. 22 Dec. 1861, Cath. ch., Meeme) Patrick Hays (b. 26 May 1865/bapt. 2 June 1865/bk.1 p.3) Ellen Hayes (b. 14 Feb. 1867/bapt. 17 Feb. 1867/bk.1 p.7) Catherine Hayes (b. 3 Oct. 1868/bapt. 5 Oct. 1868/bk.1 p.12) Elizabeth Hayes (bapt. 20 Aug. 1871/bk.1 p.16) Agnes Hayes (b. 4 Mar. 1875/bapt. 7 Mar. 1875/bk.1 p.27) Thomas Francis Hayes (b. 29 Aug. 1882/bapt. 9 Sept. 1882/bk.1 p.42) (this entry from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch.)


HAYES: Patrick p: Michael Hayes and Ellen Daley m: 30 Sept. 1884 (from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.384) to: Maria O'Grady p: Patrick O'Grady and Bridgitta McNulty


HAYES: Patrick p: Patrick Hayes and Maria Nagel m: 18 Oct. 1892 (from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.379) to: Maria Taugher p: Jacob Taugher and Anna Hope


HAYES: Thomas From Der Nord Westen, 16 Apr. 1903: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hayes in Two Rivers are celebrating their Golden Wedding Anniversary today.


HAYES: Thomas b. 1832 County Limerick, Ireland Immig: 1850 m. abt 1853


HAYES: See BRAY See CLARK See GALLAGHER See HAMMOND See HAYS See HOGAN See KELLEY See MAHON See McCOLLY See MORRIS See RATHSACK See ROCKE See TAUGHER


HAYNER: (Divorce - 1879) Hayner, Gertha H., vs. Hayner, William Married 18 June 1874 at Whitehall, Trempleau County, Wisconsin. Plaintiff's maiden name was Jantz; she is 24. Defendant is 32 and now resides at Leadville, Colorado. They lived in Red Wing, Minnesota, until 17 October 1874, then in Belmont, Iowa, until 20 March 1875. Plaintiff then moved to her parent's home in Reedsville, Manitowoc County. No children.


HAYS: Dennis (also Hayes) m: Bridgitta Shanahan (also Bridget) children: Catherine Hays (b. 1 Oct. 1864/bapt. 1 Oct. 1864/bk.1 p.2) Bridget Hays (b. 27 Nov. 1867/bapt. 1 Dec. 1867/bk.1 p.9) Patrick Hayes (b. 16 Nov. 1870/bapt. 17 Jan. 1871/bk.1 p.15) Anna Hayes (b. 11 June 1873/bapt. 12 June 1873/bk.1 p.22) Margaritta Hayes (b. 17 Aug. 1875/bapt. 22 Aug. 1875/bk.1 p.28) (this entry from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch.)


HAYS: Florence Photo

Photo compliments of the Manitowoc Library


HAYS: Joannis (also Joannes)(also John Hayes) m: Maria Gallagher chidren: Maria Hays (b. 16 Apr. 1866/bapt. 19 Apr. 1866/bk.1 p.5) Catherine Hays (b. 23 Dec. 1867/bapt. 26 Dec. 1867/bk.1 p.9) Ellen Hayes (b. 3 Jan. 1872/bapt. 5 Jan. 1872/bk.1 p.18) Brigitta Hayes (b. 27 Oct. 1878/bapt. 27 Oct. 1878/bk.1 p.71) (this entry from records of St. Isidore Cath. ch.)


HAYS: John m: 28 July 1864 (co. mar. index v.4 p.50)


HAYS: John Marriage Date: 28 Jul 1869 Vol:02 Page:0178 Vol:A Sequence:05525 to: Anna Manningin Marriage Date: 28 Jul 1869 Vol:02 Page:0178 Vol:A Sequence:05526


HAYS: John (also Hayes) m: 5 June 1864 (co. mar. index v.2 p.265) to: Mary Gallogly (also Galogly) children: Sara Alice Hayes (b. 22 Nov. 1875/bapt. 24 Nov. 1875/from record of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.29)


HAYS: Lewis m: Bridgitta Shanahan children: Helena (b. 4 Sept. 1865/bapt. 9 Sept. 1865/from record of St. Isidore Cath. ch. bk.1 p.3)


HAYS: Michael m: Helena children: Dionysium (b. 24 July 1869/bapt. 25 July 1869 St. Wendel Cath. ch.)


HAYS: Sherwood Marriage Date: 02 Oct 1869 Vol:05 Page:0084 Vol:B Sequence:01966 to: Sushona Spencer Marriage Date: 02 Oct 1869 Vol:05 Page:0084 Vol:B Sequence:05449


HAYS: See CANNY See HAYS


HAYSE: Henry m: 02 May 1888 (co. mar. index v.5 p.402) to: Adaline Knapp


HAYSEN: See GUTHEIL


HAYWOOD: Martin b: Charlestown, N.H. res: Manitowoc, farmer p: Eph. and Elizabeth Haywood m: 13 Oct. 1857, in Manitowoc (co. mar. index v.1 p.218) to: Elizabeth S. Bracket p: Daniel and Mary L. Bracket


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