micheline de Haître Wed Jan 11 08:45:26 2006
I would like to know the names of the parents of Jeannine Y. DEHAITRE, buried in Westford Township, St-Anthony Cemetery.
I saw her tombstone photo (double).
in Québec city.
Bob Allpress Sun Jan 29 15:23:46 2006
Looking for anyone who can tell me where I can find, or what information was captured during Civil War enlistment of the 11th Wisconsin Plowboys.
Donna L. Mulholland Mon Jan 30 18:51:39 2006
I am looking for the burial place of George Vernon EWING b.5-15-1799 Laurens, South Carolina d.3-13-1860 ? possibly Richland County and his wife Mahala (OSBURN) EWING b.9-27-1805 Laurens, South Carolina d.9-10-1867 ? possibly Richland County
They are my ggg grandparents. Thank you
Rhonda Clark Fri Feb 10 19:16:52 2006
I am looking for information on a Mrs. Earl PELLETT. I don't have her first name or maiden name, so the death index doesn't help me unless someone can look up her husband's death certificate (he died June 24, 1945 and is in 16a-127 in the deaths in the Register of Deeds office in Richland County). She became a foster sister of a relative of mine and I was curious about her (my relative lived from 1875 to 1950, so I wondered how foster children were handled that long ago).
Rhonda Clark Fri Feb 10 19:22:31 2006
Does anyone have an index to the series of articles that were printed in the newspaper about various settlers who made the county (I can't think what the actual title was or when it ran)? I'm not talking about the cemetery stories that Herbert Dieter did.
duane frost Thu Feb 16 19:06:16 2006
Looking for birthplace of John Baden FROST, names of parents, siblings and any other info available. He was born 1907 =/- 2 years. Not sure but prior info said birth could be either Richland Center or New Richmond. Thxs.
farrel peckham/bearce Wed Mar 8 22:49:08 2006
How do I find info on Stuckeyville, WI which existed before Wauzeka existed? Also Stockville, WI, both near where Wauzeka is now. Henry STUCKEY was first postmaster in all 3 and his daughter the first white baby. I want all info there possible is no matter where it comes from.
Mary Pierson Fri Mar 10 13:40:23 2006
I am looking for any info on Thomas MALCOMSON. I believe he was born in Richland Co. in 1829 and served in the 2nd Wisconsin Infantry during the Civil War.
Mary Ellen Timm Mon Mar 13 11:16:53 2006
Looking for SWEET relatives that lived in Richland County, were active in the Baptist church and one was a missonary. Thank you
LORI BOWMAN Mon Mar 13 18:50:36 2006
Seeking parents of Frances (Frankie) DAHL.
MArianne Clancy Sat Mar 18 14:13:23 2006
Have 2 photo albums of a family last name of WEST. Ira L and John WEST, lived near Willow creek in early 1910's-1930's at least, beehives, farm in a beautiful area, anyone know them or anything about them or if farm still stands? thanks, marianne
Marianne Clancy Wed Mar 22 07:08:57 2006
I am interested in any info about a man named Ira L. WEST. He was a photographer who lived on Willow creek, he kept bees and was a radio buff in the early 20's. His son's name was John WEST. Please send any info to my email, much appreciated. Marianne
E. Bennett Mon Apr 3 12:01:50 2006
Wright Soaper CORE & wife Charlotte Combs (DUNSTAN) CORE are in Richland Co by 1844 at least. Wright CORE was son of George CORE & Eliza (SOAPER) CORE from NJ who settled there "1856 from Orion" - (by 1844). Charlotte DUNSTAN was dau. of Joseph DUNSTAN & Mary Combs (PERIGO) DUNSTAN from OH.
Does anyone have the ancestors of these &/or the family members? Will exchange info.
Linda Holden Mon Apr 17 12:03:17 2006
I would like to find out more about John BLACKHURST. He went to the USA in 1847. In the 1851 census he was in East & West Galena Illinois with his wife Eliza and 4 children (Adah, Zilla, Resiah & Samuel Luther) His wife had returned to England by 1860 and had with her 2 sons Wesley born in 1855 in Illinois and George Adamson (my great grandfather) born in 1858 in Wisconsin. She was then a widow but we have no record of what became of him or the other children (if they were his!) His son is recorded as saying John was a travelling evangelist although in the 1851 census he was listed as a smelter.
Jack Stevens Sun May 7 14:07:16 2006
Florence EWERS, nee FRIESLEBEN, is buried in Thompson's Richland Center Cemetery. Seeking dates of birth and death of Florence.
Richard Clemmons Mon May 29 02:19:50 2006
Trying to obtain copy of photo of Ebenezer M SEXTON, founder of Sextonville, Richland Co., WI in 1850. In Sextonville he owned and/or operated a hotel, a sawmill, and postoffice. He served as county treasurer in 1861-2. He moved to Barron Co. in 1872 and was their dist. attorney. In 1876 he became ill, returned to Sextonville and died.
Thought that I once saw his photo with full dark beard in a history book of a Wisconsin county (Richland?). He was my great-great-grandfather.
J. Fitzsimmons Sun Jun 4 21:21:39 2006
Have a history and five pictures of great-grandson of Here Friedrick Rudolf (RODOLF) of Switzerland to Wisconsin. His grandfather was Charles Gotlieb RODOLF. Would like to identify for certain the child (along with a picture of his mother or wife). Will be happy to share, compare and if possible, return to direct descendant.
Please email at Jenfitz2@yahoo.com
Cheryl Stegman Mon Jun 5 22:12:31 2006
Looking for any information on Peter LANGEL who died at his daughters house, Nellie (LANGEL) KOTTHAUS. Any information on the URBAN, ROTHBAUER, STEINMETZ or JONES family would greatly be appreciated. Thanks.
Steve Bernard Fri Jun 30 14:58:32 2006
I'm looking for Sara McGRATH who posted a query back in 2001 regarding these names. I am descended from several of these families and would like to correspond with her, but her e-mail at the time of the post is no longer active.
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