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									             OBITUARY, BIRTH AND WEDDING NOTICES
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                                  OBITUARY NOTICES
                                        Year - 4
                                  ISSUES 1 - 43  (1893)

Issue #1       Wednesday, March 8, 1893             Page #5

Friday, Helena Margerita, the 7 and 1/2 year old daughter of Mart. Heesackers, died in the house
of the Good Shepard in Green Bay. Burial Saturday

Theodorus Venrooi, from Bellevue, was buried Monday from the Hollandsche church in Green
Bay. The deceased was only 39 and left a widow and 6 young children. He died from Typhus.

Thursday afternoon in Fort Howard a child of Mr. & Mrs. Felix Wouters died.


Issue #2       Wednesday, March 15, 1893            Page #5

Last week news arrived that the mother of Henry and Peter Hendriks of DePere, died in
Blitterswijk, Limburg, Netherlands on February 16. She was sick for the last year with cancer,
and was 84. She is survived by Henry and Peter of DePere, Johannes of Blitterswijk and a
daughter, Mrs. J. Hermkes of DePere.

A few days ago Minnie Van der List, the 10 year old daughter of A. Van der List, died in Sagola.

Issue #3       Wednesday, March 22, 1893            Page #5

Last night the 2 year old son of P. Ruel died.

Issue #4       Wednesday, March 29, 1893                   Page #5

Dr. Rietz, from Black Creek, recently ?????. A saloon keeper in the vicinity of Appleton
committed suicide yesterday by taking poison.

Issue #5       Wednesday, April 5, 1893                    Page #5

The spouse of Arn. Jurgens, from St. Joseph South dakota, died Wednesday morning. She left a
spouse and 7 children. Burial was Saturday.

George Ducket of Morrison was in a saw mill when he was caught in a machine shaft last week
and dearly wounded. He died 2 days later. He was 32 years old and unwed.
March 25, in Bay City, Michigan, Hendrikus Van der Made died following a sickness of 4
weeks. He was 57 years old. He was born in Oltgensplaat, on the island of Flakkee,
Netherlands. He and his wife came to America 25 years ago, living the first 3 years in Detroit.

Friday, March 24, Leon. Van Pouck died in Moline, Ill from typhoid fever. He was born in
Medelberg, Flanders, Belgium on October 29, 1868, and came to America 13 years ago with his
parents. He is survived by his parents and 2 sisters, Mrs. R. DeClerk and Mrs. E. DeSchepere of
Annawan, Ill. Burial was Monday from the catholic church in Rock Island.

John Klause, a 15-year-old boy from Chase, Oconto County, had the misfortune last week to
have been shot in the face and throat. He was taken to the hospital in Fort Howard, where
despite all the medical help, he died.

Issue #6       Wednesday, April 12, 1893                    Page #4

Wednesday morning in St. Vincent's Hospital in Green Bay on eof the oldest settlers in Brown
County, Paul Fox, died. He was born in Langenfeld, Rijn Province, Prussia on March 29, 1818.
He lived in Green Bay for half a century. He is survived by a widow and 8 children. Burial
Friday from the cathedral in Allouez.

Issue #6       Wednesday, April 12, 1893                    Page #5

Yesterday afternoon the 14-year-old son of M. McCarthy died.

Issue #7       Wednesday, April 19, 1890                    Page #5

Saturday, Constant, the 9-year-old son of Zach. Goffart died.

John Turriff, an old settler from the town of Lawrence died yesterday morning.

Sunday in West DePere, P. J. Vissers, age 65, died. He was born in Limburg and came to
America in 1871. He is survived by 5 children, John, Martin, Henry, Gertruda and Maria. John,
Martin and Gertruda are married. Gertruda lives in Green Bay. Maria is 7 years in the Cloister
of the Good Shepherd, 2 years in Green Bay and 5 years in Milwaukee. Burial is today from St.
Boniface's Church.

Joseph Van der Plas died Sunday in Fort Howard. He was 22 years old and unwed.

Yesterday afternoon in Fort Howard, Con. McGinnis died. He was a hotelkeeper and only 52
years old.

Issue #8       Wednesday, April 26, 1893                    Page #4

Last week in Moline, Ill, Clement Cappens died of Cancer. He was 48, and left a wife and 5
children.
Issue #8      Wednesday, April 26, 1893                   Page #5

Mrs. John Loppen died Friday in Appleton, age 45. She left a spouse and 8 children.

E. C. Goff, a banker from Appleton, died Tuesday at age 70.

Issue #9      Wednesday, May 3, 1893                      Page #5

Wednesday in Menasha was the burial of the parents of John Hahn of DePere. His mother died
Saturday and his Father on Monday. She was 80, he was 82. They were married 58 years.

Tuesday evening in Allouez the widow L. Briquelet died at age 52.

Issue #10     Wednesday, May 10, 1893                     Page #5

This morning, John, the 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. N VanLanen died.

Father Wm. Takken, pastor of St. Joannes Church in Antigo, Wis. Died Friday morning. He was
born in Sevenum, Province Netherlands, and was 55 years old. He became a priest in the
Netherlands and then came to America in 1870 as a missionary. He was the pastor of the French
Church in Green Bay from 1873 to 1875. From 1885 he was the pastor in Antigo. (longer story
p. 5)

Issue #11     Wednesday, May 17, 1893                     Page #4

Laura Elodie, the 7 & 1/2 month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Cappuyns died on May 6,
1893 in San Antonio, Texas.

Joseph Van Pe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Van Pe, died May 8 in Bay settlement, Wis. The
deceased was born in Huldenberg, Belgium on April 27, 1875.

Issue #11     Wednesday, May 17, 1893                     Page #5

Peter, the son of John A. Van den Boom, of Fort Howard, died Saturday morning. Burial was
yesterday from St. Willebrordus' Church in Green Bay.

Chas. Johnson, from the firm Johnson and Co, Cigar Factory, died Thursday in Fort Howard. He
was well known in the region. About 9 or 10 years ago, when he worked as a brakeman for the
C & N. W. Railway he was run over by a train and lost both arms.

Burial of Father Takken, long story.

About midday on Sunday Mr. Christiaan Craanen died in Bay Settlement from brainfever. He
was born in Volkel, North Brabant, netherlands. He was 66. He left a widow and 3 children;
Mrs. Henry Kersten (Chilton), and Jacobus and John Craanen both married in Scott. He also left
2 sisters; Mrs. P (Gertruda) Van Venrooy of Preble and Mrs. H. (Gerardina) Van der Hei of
Lawrence. Burial this morning from Holy Cross Church.
Issue #12      Wednesday, May 24, 1893              Page #4

Yesterday, may 18, was the burial of Christiaan Cranen, from the Holy Cross Church in Bay
Settlement. He was born in 1826 in Uden, North Brabant. He married Theodora Hoekens in
Nijmegen in 1856, and left the same day with his wife for America. He is survived by 3 children
and his second wife. (longer story p. 4)

Issue #12      Wednesday, May 24, 1893              Page #5

The wife of Henry Peters died Wednesday in Appleton. She left a spouse and 7 children, the
oldest was 10 years old, and the youngest was 2 weeks. She was 35.

Mrs. Noah Catman, born Theresia Van Deuren, died Saturday in Green Bay, in the house of her
parents, Mrs. & Mrs. Ger. DeKeyser. She was 24 years old, and left a spouse and 2 children.

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Scray, from Rockland, lost 2 children to diptheria.

Issue #13      Wednesday, May 31, 1893              Page #4

Johan Reimerink, born in Losser by Oldenzaal, Overijsel, Netherlands came to America in 1863
and purchased a farm in Delhi, 10 miles from Cincinnati, Ohio. After his wife died he has been
living with his daughter and son-in-law, Edward Klawitter, in Cincinnati. He died May 17, at
age 66. Burial was from the catholic church in Delhi, next to his wife.

John Marteau from Fort Howard killed his wife and then himself. His wife was 33 years old.
They are survived by 6 children, Oscar (14), John (12), Phenie (8), Peter (6), Jennie (4) and one
(9 months). Marteau was a gardener and lived the last 16 years in Brown County. Mrs. Marteau
will be buried Friday from St. Willebrordus' Church in Green Bay. John Marteau was about 60
years old and a Belgian from birth. (Longer Article P. 5)

From Monmouth, Ill. Jenniw Atkins marriedWednesday evening, May 17, Rentram A. Frank.
The same evening they left on a honeymoon trip to Chicago. On arrival the bridegroom became
sick and entered a hospital, where he underwent a dangerous operation and died.

Issue #14      Wednesday, June 7, 1893              Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. Andries Jansen reported the death of their 5 year old daughter Arnoldina. She died
Sunday, burial was yesterday afternoon.

Friday, Maria Bisschops, wife of Henry Peters, died in Ellis Junction. The deceased was born in
Reek, Province North Brabant and was 60 years old. She is survived by a spouse and 6 grown
children, 5 sons and 1 daughter. Burial is Saturday in Coleman.

Wednesday evening in Oconto, Hattie, the spouse of Chas. Norton, the county clerk there, died.
The deceased was a sister of Jos. Van der Linden of DePere. She was only 39 years old and left
a spouse and 9 children. Burial Saturday.
Issue #15     Wednesday, June 14, 1893             Page #4

The son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mewsalter drown in the river last Saturday in Republic,
Michigan. He was playing on the logs floating in the river and swimming.

Issue #15     Wednesday, June 14, 1893             Page #5

Mrs. Elisabeth Puissant, age 52, died Saturday in Ashwaubenon. She was the wife of J. B.
Puissant. She left a husband and 4 children.

The 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Arts, of the west side, died Thursday morning.

Alfreda, the 13-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Weiland, from the west side, died
Saturday.

John Van de Walle, age 82, was given the last sacrament yesterday as death was near.

John Peters, the 16-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Peters of Howard died Tuesday. He was
working as a foreman at Wm. Finnigan's Stone factory in South Fort Howard when he fell from a
wagon and broke his neck. Burial Saturday morning from the catholic church in Duck Creek.

Issue #16     Wednesday, June 21, 1893             Page #4

June 18 in Ashland, Wisconsin, a boat on Chequamegon Bay with young men on it overturned.
Two were rescued and three drowned. The deceased were Lyle Kellogg, Jack Ford and Jack
Gay, all about 19.

On June 18 in Merrill, Wisconsin, Warren James and John Keaton, workmen in a sawmill in
DePere, drown while bathing.

Anna Maria Bisschops died on Thursday, June 1 in Ellis Junction. The deceased was born in
Reek, Province North Brabant, Netherlands on July 6, 1830. She married Henry Peters on
August 19, 1860, and came to DePere in 1870. Burial Saturday June 3 from the catholic church
in Coleman.

Antonia Adriana Van Hove, the widow of Desiderius Deikers and Francis DeCracker, died in
Marquette, Michigan. She was born in Calloo, Belgium on March 8, 1816. Burial from the
catholic church in Marquette.

On May 11, R. Cornely, age about 95, died in Bryson, Monterey County, California. The
deceased was a brother in law to P. Van Stralen of Wrightstown. He came to this land 15 years
ago. His wife died previously in DePere.

Issue #16     Wednesday, June 21, 1893             Page #5
John Roeckel, age 22, from Morrison, drown Tuesday afternoon in the Combined Locks in
Kaukauna.

John Ruby, age 40, formerly of DePere, was run over and killed by a train on Monday evening in
Ellis Junction.

Mr. Redner, a farmer in Black Creek, Outagamie County was killed by lightening on Friday.

Mrs. Desire Pigeon died Saturday in Green Bay. She is survived by her spouse and 4 sons and 6
daughters. Burial this morning from St. Peter's Church.

Issue #17     Wednesday, June 28, 1893             Page #4

Mrs. Angelina Demarrie died Thursday evening in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. She was born in
Detroit, age about 120. Her father was a Frenchman and her mother was a Chippewa.

Issue #17     Wednesday, June 28, 1893             Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. John Van der Bloemens of the west side reported the death of their only daughter,
Maria. She died Thursday evening at the age of 15. Burial Saturday morning from St.
Boniface's Church.

Issue #18     Wednesday, July 5, 1893              Page #4

The J. Van der Bloemen family reported the death of their 4-year-old son Wednesday.

Edward St. Thomas, age 94, died Monday in Bay Settlement. He lived in this country since
1832. Burial Wednesday from Holy Cross Church.

The spouse of Stephanus Timmermans of DePere died Friday after a long and painful sickness.
The deceased was 54 years old and came to this country with her family 7 years ago from
Limberg, Netherlands. She left a spouse and 7 childre, 2 sons and 5 daughters. One son and two
daughters are wed. The youngest daughter made her first communion on the day of her mother's
burial.

Father Alexius, O.S.F., aka Albert Weyenberg, died Thursday morning in the Cloister of O.L.
Vrouw from Smarten in Chicago. He was the son on Hubert Weyenberg of DePere and was born
in Little Chute on July 4, 1863. Longer Story in Page 4.

Issue #19     Wednesday, July 12, 1893             Page #4

Theodorus Bitters, a boy from Fort Howard, fell overboard from a boat on Monday and drown.

The 6-year-oldson of L. H. Fiedler of Green Bay drown while playing in the East River on
Friday Afternoon.
Max Kuhn, age 21, a workamn at the Annen Sugar factory in Green Bay drown while bathing on
Friday afternoon. His body was found on Sunday.

Jacob Croymans of Milbank, South Dakota, and formerly of DePere died in a Minneapolis
hospital.

Issue #19     Wednesday, July 12, 1893              Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. F. Crabb are saddened by the death of their 5-year-old son Frankie on Saturday
morning. Burial from the Hollandsche Church.

Issue #20     Wednesday, July 19, 1893              Page #5

Chas. Larose, age 21 from Red River, drown Wednesday while bathing in Green Bay.

The 13-year-old son of Nels Beck drown Monday in the Lily Lake in Eaton.

Philip Graef, age 38, died Friday in Green Bay from typhoid fever. He left a widow and 4
children. Burial Sunday afternoon from St. Peter and Paul's church.

Last week, Mrs. Grobenoski lost her 13-year-old daughter to scarlet fever.

John Deprey, age 48, died a few days ago in Humboldt. He left 4 sons and 1 daughter.

The 10-year-old son of Renier Hermans of the west side died Saturday morning from scarlet
fever.

Mrs. Chas. Archambeau, age 50, deid Wednesday evening in DePere from a sickness of a few
days.

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Van der Plas of Fort Howard lost their 2-year-old son.

Issue #21     Wednesday, July 19, 1893              Page #5

Anna Catharina Antonetta DeGreef, the spouse of John Denessen, died Tuesday evening in Fort
Howard from a sickness of a few days, pneumonia. She was born in Oud-Heverlee, and was 59
years old. She came to America and then married on July 20, 1857. She had 6 sons and 3
daughters; William, Joseph, Theodore, Cornelius, Henry and John, and Mrs. Henry Beernsten,
Josephine and Maria. She was a sister to Jos. DeGreef of Fort Howard and of Mrs. J. G. Van
Deuren of Green Bay. Burial Thursday from St. Willebrordus' Church in Green Bay to Allouez
cemetery.

Mrs. Grobenoski lost 2 children to scarlet fever last week. Tuesday evening she lost her 18-year-
old duaghter Maria, and Thursday morning she lost her 8-year-old son.

Mr. and Mrs. John Wassenberg are saddened by the death of their 2-year-old son from scarlet
fever.
Issue #22      Wednesday, August 2, 1893             Page #5

Mr. Schaut of New Franklin, about 45 years old, died Saturday evening in a Green Bay hospital.

Christina Baeten, age 38, wife of Jacobus Smids from the west side, died Saturday evening from
an illness of a few days. She left a husband and 9 children; 6 sons and 3 daughters, the oldest is
16 years old, and the youngest is 2 weeks old. Burial yesterday morning from St. Boniface's
Church.

Issue #23      Wednesday, August 9, 1893             Page #5

Friday evening, the 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Voet, of the west side, died. Burial
Sunday afternoon.

The body of Martin Boyle, a workman at the stone factory, was found near Kaukauna. It is
thought that he committed suicide. He was 30 years old and unwed.

Issue #24      Wednesday, August 16, 1893            Page #4

On Monday, August 7 Mr. H. Kronen and 2 friends were laying shingles on a house in Roseland,
Illinois. All three fell and Mr. Kronen was mortally wounded, living only another 2 hours. He
left a wife and 2 young children.

Issue #24      Wednesday, August 16, 1893            Page #5

Yesterday the youngest child of Ant. VanDijk was buried.

Tuesday, Charles, the 5-year-old son of Albert Albers, of the west side, died.

Following a sickness of about 4 months, Elisabeth Toonen died on August 9 in Buchanan,
Outagamie County, Wis. She was the spouse of Martin Beelen. The deceased was born in
Oploo, North Brabant, Netherlands on October 8, 1818. She left a husband and 4 middle age
children.

Issue #25      Wednesday, August 23, 1893            Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. John Ambrosius, of the west side, are saddened by the death of their 4-year-old son
Petrus Hendrikus. The child died on Saturday and was buried Sunday.

John F. Johnson, the first settler of Appleton, who came in 1848, died last week in Harvey,
Illinois. He was buried in Appleton.

Issue #26      Wednesday, August 30, 1893

No deaths reported.
Issue #27     Wednesday, September 6, 1893

No deaths reported.

Issue #28     Wednesday, September 13, 1893                Page #4

The widow of Peter Bins died Sunday in Preble from a year long sickness. She was 86. She is
survived by 5 sons.

Johnnie Van den Boom, age 10, died in the house of his sister, Mrs. Frank Keyzers, on the west
side.

Petrus Den Dappren, age 85, died Thursday in Green Bay, in the house of his daughter, Mrs.
Martin Jansen. The deceased came to this country in 1850 from North Brabant, Netherlands to
Bay Settlement. He had 2 sons and 2 daughters; Hubert and henry Den Dappren, Bay settlement.
Mrs. M. (Katharina) Jansen, Green Bay, and Mrs. F. (Johanna) Baanes, Bay Settlement. Burial
Saturday from St. Willebrordus' Church in Green Bay.

Issue #29     Wednesday, September 20, 1893                Page #5

Edward Heyrman, age 24, son of Mrs. L. Heyrman of Preble, died yesterday afternoon. Burial
tomorrow morning.

Mr. and Mrs Peter Devroy of Fort Howard morn the loss of their son.

Peter Maes, age 28, died Thursday evening in the Badger Papermill in Kaukauna. Friday
morning was the burial. He was a member of the Catholic Knights of Wisconsin. (Longer story
on Page #5)

Issue #30     Wednesday, September 27, 1893                Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. Jac. Smids, from the west side, morn the loss of their youngest child. The child
was buried yesterday.

Edward, the son of Mrs. L. Heyrman of Preble, died of typhoid fever. Burial Wednesday
morning from the catholic church in Preble. (longer story page 5)

Gust. Lambert, age 34, died last week in Wrightstown from typhoid fever. He left a widow and
3 children.

Antoon Goossens, the 20-year-old son of John Goossens of dePere, was run over by a train in
Missouri and killed near St. Joseph, Missouri. He was born in DePere on April 18, 1873.

Issue #31     Wednesday, October 4, 1893            Page #5

One of the twins from Mr. and Mrs. Ant. Van der Hey died last week.
Frank Seymour, formerly of the west side died last week in Menasha. He was buried on
Saturday from St. Joseph's Church in DePere. He left a widow and 9 children, 4 are married.

Henry Collette Sr. died today from a long illness. He was 60 years old and previously worked as
a sawmill engineer and a wood handler. He left a widow and 3 sons. Burial from Saint Joseph's
Church.

Issue #32      Wednesday, October 11, 1893                  Page #4

James Robertson of Green Bay was returning Saturday from hunting when he stumbled and his
gun discharged. He left a wife and 5 children.

Martin Gloudemans, one of Little Chute's oldest and most respected citizens, died the previous
Tuesday at age 77. Burial on Thursday.

Issue #32      Wednesday, October 11, 1893                  Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. H. T. E. Berendsen of Green Bay morn the death of their 11-year-old son Bennie,
who died on Sunday from scarlet fever.

John Philips, a workman in the Badger Papermill in Kaukauna, drown last week in the Fox
River. He was 62.

Dennis Dewane, of New Denmark, died last week at age 62. He was one of the richest farmers
in these parts. He was a member of the State Legislature in 1873 and 1876.

In the family of John Van Deuren, 1421 Mason Street of Green Bay, typhoid fever has left great
destruction. In 4 weeks one of his children died from the disease, shortly thereafter died a
second, and the following week his wife died of the same illness. Mr. Van Deuren is now
gravely sick.

Issue #33      Wednesday, October 18, 1893                  Page #4

Monday in Appleton, Henry, the 8-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Peerenboom was
playing with other boys jumping across the tramline when he was struck and killed by a tram.

Issue #33      Wednesday, October 18, 1893                  Page #5

Wednesday 2 sons of John Van Rexel of Freedom were playing in the house. The oldest of the
two, about 7, found a loaded weapon and shot his younger brother.

The family of August Josten of Preble has lost 3 children in the last 5 weeks.

Friday morning Godfrida Caris of depere died from a long illness. She was the spouse of Willem
Impelmans. The deceased was born in Helden, province Limburg, Netherlands on may 1, 1851
and left a spouse, 4 sons and a daughter. Burial was yesterday from the Hollandsche church.
James Robertson, of Green Bay, who was reported gravely wounded by a gunshot last week died
Wednesday. He left a widow and 5 children.

Desire Quatsoe of Green Bay died Monday morning. He was 45 and left a widow and children.
He was a member of St. Joseph's Society. Burial today from the Hollandsche Church.

The 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bowser of Fort Howard was sitting by the stove on
Saturday morning when his nightshirt caught fire. He w2as heavily burnt and died shortly
thereafter.

Mr. and Mrs. Ar. Mess of Roseland, Illinois morn the loss of their beloved daughter, age 8
months. The child died the previous Friday.

Saturday, midday, John B. A. Masse died in the house of his daughter Mrs. E. E. Bersie in Green
Bay. The deceased was born in Demerara, British Guinnea in South America on January 24,
1816 at age 77. He was one of the oldest settlers in Green Bay and well known as the circuit
court clerk. He is survived by 5 sons and 2 daughters, E. A. Masse (probate judge of Sturgeon
Bay), Joseph A. Masse of Green bay, John F. Masse of Sturgeon Bay, Antoon G. M. Masse
(register in probate), Mrs T. F. DeRanitz, A. J. Masse and Mrs. E. E. Bersie, all of Green Bay.
Burial Tuesday morning from the Hollandsche church in Green Bay.

Issue #34      Wednesday, October 25, 1893                  Page #5

Alexander Meulemans, age 26, died Friday of last week in the house of his parents in
Wrightstown. He died of cancer. Burial was Sunday morning from St. Paul's Church.

J. M. Smits of DePere reported the death of his father Joseph Smits of Lottium, Limburg,
Netherlands on October 11. The deceased was 89 years old. Besides John M. Smits and his
brother Herman, of DePere, he is survived by 2 sons and 3 daughters in the Old Land.

Willie, the 15 year-old son of County Judge Moeskes of Appleton died Saturday morning from a
heart illness. His parents were on a trip to the World's Fair when they received the news.

Sister Bernerdina, known in the world as Lena Hahn from Sturgeon Bay, died Friday morning in
the cloister of Bay Settlement from a sickness of 3 months.

Issue #35      Wednesday, November 1, 1893                  Page #4

Henry Mitchell, age 84, died in Racine, Wisconsin. He was a pioneer of wagon manufacturing
in Wisconsin. He was born in Scotland and came to America, Chicago, in 1834, moved to
Kenosha in 1838 and in 1855 to Racine. He built on of the largest wagon factories. Last year he
celebrated his 60th wedding anniversary. He is survived by a widow and 6 children, 3 sons and 3
daughters.

Mg. G. Bos, one of the first Hollandsche settlers, age 82, died. He left a widow, 2 sons and a
daughter.
Issue #35      Wednesday, November 1, 1893                  Page #5

Mr. J. B. A. Masse died (very long story)

Thursday the ex-mayor and Mrs. M. P. Persons of DePere reported their 20 year old daughter,
Mamie of LaPorte, Indiana at school, was sick. Mrs. Persons left immediately, but her daughter
was already dead when she arrived. Mamie was 20 years old and their only daughter.

Yesterday in DePere, Petrus Guns, age 81, died in the house of his daughter. He was in this land
for 37 years. He was born in Sint-Agatha-Rhode, Belgium, and left 3 children, Mrs. J. B. Veltus
(DePere), Mrs. D. Charlotte (Fort Howard) and Wm. Guns (Green Bay). Burial this afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. John Ambrosius Jr. morn the death of their 6-year old son. Burial Saturday
morning from St. Boniface's Church.

The 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hermans died last week. Burial Saturday.

Simon, the 8-year-old son of Ed. Van Oss of Green Bay died last week.

Issue #36      Wednesday, November 8, 1893                  Page #5

Death struck anew for Mr. and Mrs. W. Beerntsen of Green Bay. Seven times it has already
snatched one of their beloved children, and last week it took an 8th child, a 5-year-old boy.

Thursday morning in West DePere died Godrey Miller, age 80. He had lived in West DePere for
55 years. Mr Miller and the Stewart family were the first white settlers on the west side. Mr.
Miller built the first dam across the Fox River and diercted the first saw mill and grain mills of
DePere.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Van Lanen, on Mason Street, of Green Bay lost a child to diptheria.

Julia Arts, spouse of John Cremers died yesterday evening. She was 21 and left a spouse and a
child a few weeks old. Burial tomorrow.

Saturday, October 28 Mrs. L. E. Van den Berg died in Kaukauna. She is survived by a spouse
and 1 child, she was only 22, and was sick for about 1 year. Burial Tuesday.

Issue #37      Wednesday, November 15, 1893                 Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. Gustaaf Christens of Fort Howard have last week lost 2 children, both girls, ages 7
and 5, to diptheria.

Issue #38      Wednesday, November 22, 1893                 Page #5

Thomas Matoxin, an Oneida Indian was found Wednesday dead a quarter mile from Freedom. It
is not known what manner of misfortune befell him.
Quincy Grignon, the 16-year-old son of "Vrederechter" Grignon of Green Bay was jumping onto
a train last week when he fell under the wheels, was runover and killed.

A. C. Tucker of Appleton, a workman in Monico was runover and killed by a train last week.

Saturday, Mart. Haanen of DePere received a telegram from Beardsley, Big Stone County,
Minnesota, that his brother John had died on Saturday night. John Haanen was born in Boxmeer,
North Brabant and was only days from his 47th birthday. He came to America in 1870. He is
survived by a widow and 7 children, 5 sons and 2 daughters, the oldest is 19. Also surviving are
brothers Martin and Piet of DePere, Antoon in Minnesota and a sister, Mrs. H. Lubbers in
Minnesota.

Issue #39     Wednesday, November 29, 1893                 Page #4

Mrs. D. Hoogland, born Bransen, died Tuesday November 21 in Roseland, Illinois. Funerla on
Thursday in St. Nicolas' Church and burial in St Mary's Cemetery. She was born in
Oosterblokker, North Holland in 1863. She leaves a husband and a 3-year-old girl.

Len. Verber received news last week that his 70 year old father had died in Sevenum, province
Limburg, Netherlands.

On November 12, Henricus Coopmans, age 24 years and 7 months, died in Broekhuizenvorst,
Limburg, Netherlands from a long sickness. He was a brother to John and Antoon Coopmans
and Mrs. Hubert Vermeulen, all of DePere.

Friday, midday, Peter DeMunck, age 75, died on the west side from a sickness of a few days. He
was born in Meerdonk, East Flanders. He had 2 sons, Louis and Charles that live with him and 2
daughters, Mrs. Van de Velde of the west side and Mrs. Bloem. Burial was yesterday from
St.Boniface's Church.

Issue #40     Wednesday, December 6, 1893                  Page #5

The 8-month-old child of Geo. Rutten died last week.

Joseph Wenzel, a farmer from Flintville, died Thursday from a falling tree. He was 37-years-old
and left a widow and 5 young children.

Last week, Tuesday, Joseph Van Lorgue, age 68, died in Bellevue. He left a widow and 3
daughters and 1 son. Burial from the Hollandsche Church in Green Bay.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Van de Voort report the death of their 10-month-old daughter.

John Van Veghel, age 63, died Friday in Humboldt. He is survived by 4 sons and 1 daughter.
Burial yesterday in Bay Settlement.

Issue #41     Wednesday, December 13, 1893                 Page #5
Thursday the 6-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Van Tienen of Green Bay died.

Tuesday of last week Jean Baptiste Van de Walle died in St. Vincent's Hospital in Green bay.
The deceased was born in Aerseele, province West Flanders, Belgium on April 20, 1812. He is
survived by 2 sons and 2 daughters in this land and a son and a daughter in Belgium. Children in
this land are Leonard and Paul Van de Walle and Mrs. C. DeJonghe and Mrs. Paul Allaert, all of
DePere. Thursday morning burial from the Church of Onbevlekte Ontvangenis.

Tuesday morning in the house of J. Hockers of Depere died Hendrina Vollenberg, widow of
Hendrik Roffers. The deceased was born in Wansum, province Limburg, Netherlands on march
12, 1814 and was in this land about 20 years. She is survived by 2 sons, John and Herman
Roffers and 3 daughters, Mrs. John Hockers and 2 daughters in the Old Land. Burial Thursday
morning from St. Boniface's Church to Mount Calvary Cemetery.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Van de Voort have an irrepairable loss and suffering. It was reported last
week that their 10-month-old child had died. Wednesday death snatched their 9-year-old son
and then Sunday a 4-year-old daughter succumbed to diptheria. The parents have thus buried 3
children in 1 week.

Joseph Bodart, age 28, a carpenter, died Tuesday of last week in Green bay from suicide. He
shot himself in the head. He left a widow and 3 young children.

Issue #42     Wednesday, December 20, 1893                 Page #4

Saturday, december 9, died in Chicago, Father Henry Giesen, one of the best known Father
"redemptoristen" here. Father Giesen was born in Horst, Limburg, Netherlands on September
16, 1826 and came to America in 1851. He became a priest in Philidelphia 2 years later.

Issue #42     Wednesday, December 20, 1893                 Page #5

Yesterday morning Mrs. Joseph Briquelet died in Allouez.

Yesterday Anna, the 10-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peters died from diptheria.

Saturday morning in Green Bay Albert Hoppe Jr died from a few days sickness of typhiod fever.
He was one of the publishers of the Green Bay Advocate. The deceased was 34 and left a widow
and 2 sons, ages 7 and 3. Burial yesterday afternoon.

Issue #43     Wednesday, December 27, 1893                 Page #5

Thos. Moran, a well known young man from Glenmore, thr brother of the Register of Deeds
Moran, died Saturday from a sickness of a few days, pneumonia.

Wednesday morning Col. E. Harrison Cawker, age 45, died in Milwaukee. Mr. cawker was the
owner of a summer residence in DePere and brought his family here for the last 2 summers. He
was a member of the DePere Land & Improvement Company and the Allouez Improvement
Company. He is survived by a widow and 2 daughters.
Tuesday of last week Anna Maria Van Deuren, age 83, died in Little Chute. She was the widow
of Johannes Sierman. The deceased was born in Zeeland, province North Brabant, Netherlands.
She lived in Little Chute for 27 years. She is survived by 2 sons and 3 daughters. Burial
Thursday.

Thursday morning the wife of Willem Franken, of the west side, died from the flu. Mrs. Franken
was 53-years-old, and left a spouse and 4 children, 3 sons and 1 daughter, the oldest was 18-
years-old. Burial from St. Boniface's Church Saturday morning.

Monday evening of last week Father P. M. Honeyman, pastor of St. Augustus Church in Chilton
died on the train on the way to the assylum in Wauwautosa. He was 32 years old.


                                 ISSUES 44-52           (1894)
Issue #44     Wednesday, January 3, 1894            Page #4

Thursday, December 21, Ivo Verpaele died at the Rock Island Arsenal from an accident while
sorting bombs. A 30 pound Parrot bomb exploded killing him. He was 43 years old and was
born in Bassevelde, East Flanders, Belgium. He came to Moline from the old country 13 years
ago. He is survived by a window and 6 children. (Longer story)

Friday, december 22, Arthur Gernaer, age 23, died in the Rock Island Hospital 2 days after an
operation. He was born in Aerseele, East Flanders.

Issue #44     Wednesday, January 3, 1894            Page #5

Tuesday morning in Fort Howard the 6-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Alb. Van de Leest died.

M. W. Mathews, one of the oldest citizens of DePere, died Saturday, aged 83.

Cyris Hoosen, from the west side, age 50, and a worker in the paper mill killed himself by
hanging. He left a widow and several children.

Tuesday evening Joseph van Meerbeek died in Fort Howard, age 37, from typhoid fever. The
deceased left a widow and a child. Burial Thursday morning from St. Willibrordus Church.

Issue #45     Wednesday, January 10, 1894                  Page #5

December 29 Lawrence Farrel, age about 100, died in Freedom. He was the oldest citizen in the
county.

A few days ago Mrs. J. Van Reyel Jr. died in Freedom, age 20.

Issue #46     Wednesday, January 17, 1894                  Page #4
Tuesday, January 9 in Little Chute, John Romson died from an illness of 9 days. Burial was
Friday January 12.

Issue #46     Wednesday, January 17, 1894                  Page #5

Moses Gerarden, a carpenter on the west side died last week. He was 42 years-old and left a
wife and 7 children.

Daniel Bradley was mnamed "deputy-collector" for the Port of Green Bay, the successor to
Albert Hoppe Jr., who died last month. Salary is $500/ year.

Benjamin Ruby of the west side, age 68, died Wednesday in the house of his daughter, Mrs. Alb.
Brice of Green bay. Burial Saturday from St. Joseph's Church in DePere.

Monday of last week John Hendricks died in the vicinity of Fond du Lac. Hendricks was 52
years old and liven in Muskegon, Michigan and had 2 brothers in Green Bay.

Last week the 1-year-old son of John Miller of Lawrence died.

Issue #47     Wednesday, January 24, 1894

No deaths reported.

Issue #48     Wednesday, January 31, 1894                  Page #5

John Rockefeller, a 44 year old unwed man, was the subject of an attack yesterday morning near
8 o'clock, and was found dead on the side path of his sister's house, Mrs. Jackson, on the west
side.

Monday the 2 1/2 year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Zegers of Allouez died from diptheria.
Martin the 13-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Van de Leest from the same town died on the same
disease.

January 20 Edward Geenen, age 73, died in Glenville, Nebraska. Mr. Geenen left a few months
ago from Freedom, Outagamie, County, where he had lived for 40 years. He was struck by his
horse on January 15 and gravely injured. Burial was Wednesday near Freedom. The deceased
was a brother in law to the brothers Berendsen of Green Bay.

Saturday, january 20, Jan Van Vreede died in Hollandtown. He was born in St-Michiels-Gestel,
North Brabant, Netherlands on April 25, 1824. He came to America in 1852. Burial from St.
Francis' Church. He is survived by a widow and 3 children.

Issue #49     Wednesday, February 7, 1894                  Page #4

Sunday morning Mrs. Dr. H. Bongers died in Phlox, Michigan, age 64. She left 6 children, 4
sons and 2 daughters. 3 brothers and a sister, including John Coenen and Mrs. L. DeBruin of
DePere. Mrs. Bomngers came to America 45 years ago with Father T. J. Van den Broeck from
the Netherlands.

On New Years Eve, Cecilia Van de Velde, widow of Joseph Van Remoortel, died in Verrebroek,
Belgium. The deceased was born on February 2, 1804. She was wed at 30 and widwed at age
60. She is survived by 4 children, Peter and Mrs. Van Duyse in the Old Land and Karel and Mrs.
Peter Hoskens of DePere.

January 8, Pelagia Van Wynsberghen died in Chicago. She was the spouse of Henri Cobbens.
The deceased was born in Gravenwezel, Belgium on June 21, 1865.

Bernard Theunis, age 30, son of August Theunis of Wrightstown died in the Northern Hospital in
Oshkosh.

January 21 Piet Rouwers died in St. Joseph's Hospital in Ashland, Wisconsin. He was born in
Calloo, Belgium and was 22 years old. His parents live in Doel, East Flanders. He was in this
land for 21 months.

John Pelkin, one of Green Bay's oldest citizens died Sunday at age 94. He was born in Belgium.

Eddy Mollen, the 5-year-old son of Henry Mollen of Little Chute died while visiting his
grandmother, Mrs. Lenz, in Menasha. Friday morning while the woman was busy with her work
the child was in his bed near the stove playing with the fire. His clothing caught fire and he was
badly burned. He died 4 hours later. Burial yesterday in Little Chute.

Issue #50      Wednesday, February 14, 1894                 Page #4

Arnold Smits, an old and well known settler, formerly of Little Chute recently died in Hunter's
Precinct, age 70.

From Roseland, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Bransen lost their 4-year-old daughter on February 19,
when the wound from their previous loss had not yet healed. February 5th their youngest child
Dora died days before her first birthday.

Issue #50      Wednesday, February 14, 1894                 Page #5

Monday of last week Mrs. Edw. Geenen, the spouse of Edward Geenen, died in Freedom. She
was originally married to Nicolaas July. They were among the earliest settlers in Outagamie
County. Burial Thursday from St. Nicolaas Church.

Last week a 10-year-old boy, Frank Wypskyzinski, died in Eaton.

Mrs. Causchain of Wausaukee died within minutes after learning of the death of her sister.

Today the terrible news that our beloved father, grand and great-grandfather, the right reverend
Mr. Jean Charles DeFrance died, age 84. He was retired and the adjunct chapelmaster, music
director and decorated with a metal cross. He was the widower of Maria Geelkens and was born
in Maastricht on April 1, 1810.

Issue #51     Wednesday, February 21, 1894                 Page #5

Today, Tuesday, morning Joh. Hendriks, age 83, born in Wansum and spouse of Lambert Van
Dijk, died on the west side. She is survived by her spouse and 10 children. The family came 3
years ago from Broekhuizenvorst, Limburg. Burial in DePere Thursday from St. Boniface's
Church.

Issue #52     Wednesday, February 28, 1894                 Page #5

The burial of Mrs. L. Van Dyke was Thursday morning from St. boniface's Church to Mount
Calvary Cemetery.

Thursday morning Mrs. Maria Reining died. The deceased came here a quarter year ago from
Lawrence, Nebraska, and worked for John Van de Heiden as a housekeeper. Burial Thursday
from the Hollandsche Church in DePere. She left a 4-year-old son, that is temporarily staying
with Mr. Van der Heiden.

The mother of Mrs. Edbert Smids, Mrs. DeHaan, died yesterday.

Thursday in Appleton died Maria Anna Funke, age 43, the wife of Henry Van de Laar. She left a
spouse and a daughter.

Con. Donahue, the 24-year-old son of C. Conahue of Glenmore, died yesterday midday. He was
struck by a tree limb weighted down with snow that fell and smashed his arms. Medical help
was summoned, but there was nothing they could do and he died yesterday evening.

Christiaan Brienen, the 35-year-old son of Hendrik Brienen of Preble, has died. He was a
workman in the camp of Holmes and Son near Pembine when on Thursday, February 15 both of
his legs were crushed. He was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital in Menominee. He survived an
operation, but died Sunday, February 18 from blood loss. His body was returned to Preble where
he was buried.


                                   BIRTH NOTICES
                                       YEAR 4
                                 ISSUES 1-43  (1893)

Issue #1      Wednesday, March 8, 1893             Page #5

To Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Crabb, a young daughter.
H. De Groot Jr. from Green Bay, a young son.


Issue #2       Wednesday, March 15, 1893            Page #5

Wednesday a daughter to Theo. Berken.

From Little Chute, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hendricks, twins.

Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. M. Marselis of Rockland.

R. Kleuskens from the west side, a daughter.

Last week a daughter to Wm. Albers of the west side.

Issue #3       Wednesday, March 22, 1893            Page #5

Friday a son to Theo. Heuvelmans from the west side.

Saturday a daughter to Theo. Denessen of Green Bay.

Issue #4       Wednesday, March 29, 1893                  Page #5

Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. L. Diebels.

Issue #5       Wednesday, April 5, 1893

No births reported.

Issue #6       Wednesday, April 12, 1893                  Page #4

Saturday in Phlox, a daughter to Henry Herzan.

Issue #7       Wednesday, April 19, 1890

No births reported.

Issue #8       Wednesday, April 26, 1893                  Page #5

Last week Tuesday, Math. Van der Elzen from Bellevue was the lucky father of his 12th child.
The family now has 6 boys and 6 girls.

Issue #9       Wednesday, May 3, 1893

No births reported.

Issue #10      Wednesday, May 10, 1893                    Page #5
Last week arrived a son to Wm. Artz on the west side.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Gevers, a daughter.

Jacob Smits of Rockland announced an increase in the family.

Issue #11      Wednesday, May 17, 1893

No births reported.

Issue #12      Wednesday, May 24, 1893                Page #5

A few days ago a son to Mr. P. Cleven.

Issue #13      Wednesday, May 31, 1893                Page #4

Last week a daughter to P. Peeters.

Issue #14      Wednesday, June 7, 1893                Page #5

A son to Henry Hendricks.

Issue #15      Wednesday, June 14, 1893               Page #5

To Wm. Jansen of the west side, a daughter last week.

Issue #16      Wednesday, June 21, 1893               Page #5

Friday, a daughter arrived to Henry Jansen on the west side.

Issue #17      Wednesday, June 28, 1893               Page #5

A son arrived Sunday to John Lammers on the west side.

F. Goffart in the town of DePere announced the birth of his 19th child, 15 are still living.

Issue #18      Wednesday, July 5, 1893

No births reported.

Issue #19      Wednesday, July 12, 1893               Page #5

To the M. Martens family, a son.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Bartels, a son.
Issue #20      Wednesday, July 19, 1893               Page #5

To Henry Engels, son of Ed. Engels of Green Bay, a daughter.

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Geurts, a daughter.

Issue #21      Wednesday, July 26, 1893               Page #5

Antoon Van de Hei in Allouez, last week, twins.

Jacobus Smits on the west side, a son.

Issue #22      Wednesday, August 2, 1893

No births reported.

Issue #23      Wednesday, August 9, 1893              Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thomas, a daughter.

Mr. and Mrs. A. DeFrancq of Albina, Oregon, a son.

Issue #24      Wednesday, August 16, 1893             Page #5

A few days ago the family of Henry Van Deuren was increased with a young Democrat.

Issue #25      Wednesday, August 23, 1893             Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keyser of the west side, a son.

A daughter arrived Saturday morning to the house of M. Peters on the west side.

Issue #26      Wednesday, August 30, 1893

No births reported.

Issue #27      Wednesday, September 6, 1893                 Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. Ferd. Bildens, a daughter.

Issue #28      Wednesday, September 13, 1893

No births reported.

Issue #29      Wednesday, September 20, 1893                Page #5

Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Berendsen, a daughter.
Issue #30      Wednesday, September 27, 1893

No births reported.

Issue #31      Wednesday, October 4, 1893                   Page #5

Sunday at the house of Egbert Smits, a son.

Mr. and Mrs. John Cremers, a daughter.

Issue #32      Wednesday, October 11, 1893

No births reported.

Issue #33      Wednesday, October 18, 1893                  Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Steyaert report the birth of a young musician.

Issue #34      Wednesday, October 25, 1893                  Page #5

Martinus Peeters of Escanaba, Michigan, a son on Saturday.

Issue #35      Wednesday, November 1, 1893

No births reported.

Issue #36      Wednesday, November 8, 1893

No births reported.

Issue #37      Wednesday, November 15, 1893

No births reported.

Issue #38      Wednesday, November 22, 1893

No births reported.

Issue #39      Wednesday, November 29, 1893                 Page #4

Young daughters arrived to the house of Frank Crabb and Hub. Zegers.

Issue #40      Wednesday, December 6, 1893                  Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. L. Van de Walle, a son.
Issue #41      Wednesday, December 13, 1893                Page #5

To C. G. Wilcox of DePere last week, a son.

Issue #42      Wednesday, December 20, 1893                Page #5

No births reported.

Issue #43      Wednesday, December 27, 1893                Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. Chr. Hoffmans, a daughter.

From Hollandtown, Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, a son.

Issue #44      Wednesday, Janaury 3, 1894                  Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. H. Joseps of Wrightstown, a few days ago, a son.

Last week a son to B. Van Vonderen of DePere.

Issue #45      Wednesday, Janaury 10, 1894                 Page #5

Mr. aan Mrs. P. Jansen of Allouez, a son.

New Year's Day arrived a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Van Rens of the west side.

Issue #46      Wednesday, Janaury 17, 1894                 Page #5

Sunday morning at the house of Emil Voet, on the west side, a daughter.

Joseph Liebergen, last week, a daughter.

Henry Jansen, of the "Plank Road" was last Wednesday surprised by twin daughters, the babes
each weighed 16 pounds.

Fred Manders of the west side an addition to his family.

Issue #47      Wednesday, Janaury 24, 1894

No births reported.

Issue #48      Wednesday, Janaury 31, 1894                        Page #4

Gerard Lammers was a few weeks ago the lucky father of a daughter, and this week his brother
henry had the same honor.

Issue #49      Wednesday, February 7, 1894                        Page #4
Saturday arrived a son to the house of Math. Schampers of the west side.

A son arrived to the house of Mr. and Mrs. Antoon Michiels.

Last week to Antoon Wellens, a daughter.

Issue #50     Wednesday, February 14, 1894                         Page #5

The population of Frankendaal continues strong. Saturday arrived a son to the house of John
Hendriks. Sunday morning a daughter to the house of Ant. Coopmans. Sunday night a daughter
to the house of Hub. Vermeuten.

Issue #51     Wednesday, February 21, 1894                         Page #5

A son arrived last week to the house of P. Coenen of Rockland.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jansen, Wednseday a son. Peter J. Jansen is a grandpa.

Mr. and Mrs. B. Wissink of Wrightstown, a son.

Mr. and Mrs. P. Selissen of Green Bay, a son.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Van de Kamp, an addition to their family.

Issue #52     Wednesday, February 28, 1894                         Page #5

A son to Mr. and Mrs. Alb. Albers on the west side.

A son to Aug. Van den Branden.

A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. John Van der Linden on the west side.

Issue #52     Wednesday, February 28, 1894                         Page #8

Little Chute's population is growing. A son to Geo Hamnen, a son to Henry Siebers and a girl to
Peter Wonders.




                                WEDDING NOTICES
                                       YEAR 4
                                 ISSUES 1-43  (1893)
Issue #1      Wednesday, March 8, 1893

No marriages reported.


Issue #2      Wednesday, March 15, 1893

No marriages reported

Issue #3      Wednesday, March 22, 1893

No marriages reported

Issue #4      Wednesday, March 29, 1893                   Page #5

Edward Fisher and Lizzie Kurvers last week in Green Bay were wed by Dominee Thompson.

Issue #5      Wednesday, April 5, 1893                    Page #5

Wedding banns from the Hollandsche church in DePere: Peter Selissen and Anna Centen of
Green Bay; Henry Van Os (Oshkosh) and Lena Van de Wiele; Henry DeBruin and Stefanie Clys.

George Peters from Bay Settlement and Mary Fountain from Namur, Wis had their 2nd wedding
bann announced in advance of their wedding set for April 11.

Issue #6      Wednesday, April 12, 1893                   Page #5

Henry DeBruin and Stephanie Cleys were wed today in the Hollandsche church in DePere.

Today in the Hollandsche church in DePere, Father Verstegen wed Henry Michiels and Dorothea
Coenen. The newly married will move into the Van den Bosch farm that Mr. Michaels
purchased.

Issue #7      Wednesday, April 19, 1890                   Page #5

This morning from the Hollandsche church in dePere was the wedding of Henry Oss and Lena
Van de Wiele. The pair will settle in Oshkosh.

Tomorrow in the Hollandsche church of Green Bay, Father Van Roosmalen will wed Peter
Selissen Jr. and Anna Centen, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Centen of Green Bay.

Leonard Van de Walle, who returned to Belgium last fall, returned last week as a married man.
This winter he married Honore Van Tieghem in Thielt, West Flanders.

Issue #8      Wednesday, April 26, 1893                   Page #4
From Roseland, Ill., Tuesday Mr. P. Ruiteberg married D. Ostinje in St. Nicolaas Chruch.

Issue #8      Wednesday, April 26, 1893                   Page #5

Tuesday of last week in St. John's Church of Green bay, was the wedding of John F. Watermolen
and Helena Wigan. She is the daughter of J. H. M. Wigman.

Issue #9      Wednesday, May 3, 1893                      Page #4

Thursday, April 20, by Father Jutes from the Pine Ridge Agency in Hay Springs, Nebraska, was
the marriage of Frank Kholler and Mollie Jahn, witnesses were John Wassenberg and Peter Van
Doren and Annie Van Doren and Louisa Fries. The bridegroom has a ranch of 600 acres.

Issue #9      Wednesday, May 3, 1893                      Page #5

Tuesday of last week in Kaukauna, through Father Rhode, was the wedding of George W. Gillen
and Lizzie Berendsen.

Tuesday in Duck Creek was the marriage of Desire Coulwards and Rosa Basten of Preble.

Issue #10     Wednesday, May 10, 1893                     Page #5

Gerard Coenen married wed. DuPre in St. Joseph's Church last week in Dickenson.

Last week in Bay Settlement was the wedding of Martin Van Veghel and Gertruda Larscheid.

Today by Father Verberk in DePere, William Scray and Antonia Denessen will marry

Issue #11     Wednesday, May 17, 1893                     Page #5

Today through Father Knegtel of Little Chute is the wedding of Gerardus Geurts and Maria
Gloudemans.

Ed. Jansen and Nellie Verstegen will wed tomorrow in Little Chute.

Thursday C. Crow and Christina Lansbach will marry.

Issue #12     Wednesday, May 24, 1893              Page #5

Julius Puimbroek and Sidonie Bildens were married today in DePere.

This morning Mr. C. Langendijk and Maria Hartjes were married in Little Chute by Father
Knegtel.

Issue #13     Wednesday, June31, 1893              Page #4
Marriage is the order of the day in Little Chute. Today John A. Hietpas and Maria Weyenberg,
the following week Arnold Van Dommelen and Annie Lamers, and John Bies and Lena Van den
Boogart. And the following week, J. Welhuis and Mary Vosters.

Today, Wednesday, through Father Verstegen in the DePere Hollandsche church was the
wedding of Victor DeMan and Elisabeth Titulaer. They will take a honeymoon trip to Chicago
and visit the World's Fair. They will reside in Fort Howard. The bridegroom works for the C. &
N. W. Railway.

Issue #14     Wednesday, June31, 1893              Page #5

Wm. Van den Broek and Annie Van Kessel were married Tuesday morning in the Hollandsche
Church in Green Bay.

Wednesday morning in St. Joseph's Church in Appleton was the wedding of Anton M. Merline
from Oconto and Aggie Van Reizen. The lucky pair will live in Oconto.

Arn. Jurgans of St. Jospeh, Grant Count, South Dakota and Elisabeth DeBijl, widow of Leonard
Janssen, were married this morning in St. Boniface's Church by Father Smitz.

Antoon Gryseels married Philomena Enderlin last week in Marinette. The will live in Oconto.

Tomorrow, Wednesday, Joseph M. Smits, assistant postmaster, and Anna DeBruin, will marry in
the Hollandsche Church in Depere.

Issue #15     Wednesday, June31, 1893              Page #5

In a few weeks, in Little Chute, will be the wedding of Martinus Van Dinter and Antonetta
Venrooy.

Issue #16     Wednesday, June31, 1893              Page #5

Monday of last week in Phlox, the wedding of Gerard Berendsen and Josie Buchberger.

The previous week in Holland was the wedding of John Verkuilen and Hattie Driessen. Also
married John Verbeeten and Johanna Schel.

Peter Van der Bloemen and Mary Anderson married this morning in St. Boniface's Church.

Issue #17     Wednesday, June31, 1893

No weddings reported.

Issue #18     Wednesday, June31, 1893              Page #5

This morning through Father Smitz in St. Boniface's Church were married, John Maichin of
Oshkosh and Christina Maes, daughter of John Maes. The pair will live in Oshkosh.
Issue #19     Wednesday, June31, 1893             Page #5

Monday last week in Holland, the wedding of C. Christians from Hay Springs, Nebraska and
Christina Peters of Dundas.

Issue #20     Wednesday, June31, 1893

No weddings reported.

Issue #21     Wednesday, June31, 1893

No weddings reported.

Issue #22     Wednesday, June31, 1893

No weddings reported.

Issue #23     Wednesday, August 7, 1893

No weddings reported.

Issue #24     Wednesday, August 16, 1893

No weddings reported.

Issue #25     Wednesday, August 23, 1893                 Page #5

This morning in St. Boniface's Church was the marriage of Martin Van den Berg (Willem's son)
and Kate Taylor of the west side.

Issue #26     Wednesday, August 30, 1893

No weddings reported.

Issue #27     Wednesday, September 6, 1893

No weddings reported.

Issue #28     Wednesday, September 13, 1893

No weddings reported.

Issue #29     Wednesday, September 20, 1893              Page #5

Louis Busch and Lizzie Ochstadt were married last week in Green Bay by Father Anderegg in
Saint Peter and Paul's Church.
Martin Van den Heuvel of Green Bay and Grace Bremington of DePere were married yesterday
in Chicago.

Peter Hartjes and Lizzie Krugey were married this morning in Little Chute by Father Knegtel.

Issue #30     Wednesday, September 27, 1893               Page #5

Theodorus Van den Hoven and Phenie Tuyls were married Tuesday of last week by Father
Bougers of Preble.

Issue #31     Wednesday, October 4, 1893           Page #5

Peter Van Handel and Emma Diederich were married last week by Father Rhode in Kaukauna.

Issue #32     Wednesday, October 11, 1893                 Page #5

Ed. Mooney and Minnie DeRuyter, both of the west side were married this morning in St.
Boniface's Church by father Smitz.

Henry Verstraete and Christine Van Vonderen were married this morning by Father Verstegen in
the Hollandsche Church in Depere.

Issue #33     Wednesday, October 18, 1893                 Page #5

Fred McDonald and Dora Smits were married this morning in the Hollandsche Church. They
plan a honeymoon trip to Chicago's World Fair.

Henry Hermsen and Maria Goeman were married today by Father Verstegen in DePere.

Joseph H. Busch and Maria Meulemans were married last week by Father Van Roosmalen in the
cathedral in Green Bay.

Issue #34     Wednesday, October 25, 1893                 Page #5

Tuesday of Last week Father Cautereels of Bay Settlement married John Van Veghel and Marie
Van Lanen. Wednesday was the wedding of Anton Van Egersen and Maria Malliet.

Peter Voet and Anna Bauer were married last week in Wrightstown.

Issue #35     Wednesday, November 1, 1893                 Page #4

From Brainard, Nebraska. Mr. H. Eiting and Anna Brochtrop were married by Father H. Bex.
This week were Frank Brochtrop and Katie Hermsen married.

Issue #35     Wednesday, November 1, 1893                 Page #5
John Van Rens of Oconto and Cora Degan from Stiles were married last week.

Ernest Hoffman and Anna Walda were married Tuesday, October 24 by Father Lau in Green
Bay.

In Preble last week was a double wedding. F. Tuyls and Maria Watermolen and Albert Dutrie
and Jennie Tuyls.

Wednesday morning in the Green Bay cathedral Father Van Roosmalen married John Van der
Steen and Helena Van Eyck, both of Bellevue.

Tuesday morning in St. Willebrordus' Church in Green Bay were married Joseph Becker and
Anna Van Lorino of bellevue.

Tuesday in Little Chute were married Adr. Wydoven and Hendrika Verhagen by Father Knegten.

Issue #36     Wednesday, November 8, 1893                 Page #5

Hubert Basten and Carrie Liebman were married Tuesday in Bay Settlement by Father
Cautereels.

Issue #37     Wednesday, November 15, 1893

No weddings reported.

Issue #38     Wednesday, November 22, 1893                Page #5

Peter J. Smitz of Allouez and Elisabeth Denessen of Bellevue were married last week by Father
Van Roosmalen in Green Bay.

Thursday in the German Catholic Church of Menominee was the wedding of Peter DePauw and
Dora Meulendijke.

Issue #39     Wednesday, November 29, 1893                Page #4

Ant. Boex Jr. married Nona Desmond this morning in St. Francis' Church in DePere.

Issue #40     Wednesday, December 6, 1893                 Page #5

John Mulholland from Kaukauna, a machinist with the C&NW Railroad, and Mary Remmel,
daughter of N. Remmel, were married last week in Wrightstown.

Issue #41     Wednesday, December 13, 1893

No weddings reported.

Issue #42     Wednesday, December 20, 1893
No weddings reported.

Issue #43     Wednesday, December 27, 1893

No weddings reported.

Issue #44     Wednesday, January 3, 1894          Page #4

Jacob Van der Zanden, from Fort Howard, and Maria Van Lanen, of DePere, announced their
first wedding bann on Sunday.

Issue #44     Wednesday, January 3, 1894          Page #5

Last Thursday was the wedding of Zeno Vekeman and Louisa Proces, both of Humboldt, by
Father Hoevenaars.

Issue #45     Wednesday, January 10, 1894                Page #5

Yesterday morning in St. Boniface's Church was the wedding of Henry Sybers and Beatrice
Poels, widow of F. Verstegen.

Issue #46     Wednesday, January 17, 1894                Page #5

Tuesday in Stiles was the wedding of Martin Verkuilen of Little Chute and Cecilia VanLaanen
of Stiles, by Father Leccia.

Theodorus Nobbefeld and Anna Track were married Tuesday in Appleton.

Issue #47     Wednesday, January 24, 1894

No weddings reported.

Issue #48     Wednesday, January 31, 1894                Page #5

Peter Jansen of the west side and Nellie Beelen of Buchanan were married Tuesday morning in
Little Chute by Father Knegtel.

Issue #49     Wednesday, February 7, 1894                Page #4

Today in Little Chute were married Mr. Wm. Implemans of dePere and the widow Gloudemans,
born Maasackers.

Thursday January 25 Captain John Denessen and Elisabeth Prins, born Watermolen, were
married in Green bay by Father van Roosmalen.
Issue #50     Wednesday, February 14, 1894               Page #4

On Tuesday February 1, in the Church of Hay Springs, Nebraska was a double wedding. (1)
Peter J. Van Doren and Anna Maria Van den Heuvel, and (2) George S. Peters and Anna Van
Doren. Witnesses were George Van den Berg and Louisa Friese for the first pair and Arnold
Van den Berg and Maria Heesackers from Platte County for the second pair. After the wedding
was a great party in the house of Mr. Stephen Van Doren.

Issue #51     Wednesday, February 21, 1894               Page #4

Last week, February 21, in Leopold, Missouri, was the wedding of Mr. John Beussink and Maria
Landewe, by Pastor Bettels. Johannes was born in Ybergen, Gelgerland, Netherland, which he
left in 1888. Maria came to America in 1878 with her parents. The father of the bride died in
1888.

Issue #52     Wednesday, February 28, 1894

No Weddings reported.
                                            INDEX

Albers, Charles             Aug. 16, 1893       Demarrie, Mrs. Angelina    Jun. 28, 1893
Ambrosius, Child (M)        Nov. 1, 1893        DeMunck, Peter             Nov. 29, 1893
Ambrosius, Petrus Hendrik   Aug. 23, 1893       DenDappren, Petrus         Sep. 13, 1893
Archambeau, Mrs. Chas.      Jul. 19, 1893       Deprey, John               Jul. 19, 1893
Arts, Child (M)             Jun. 14, 1893       Devroy, Child (M)          Sep. 20, 1893
Arts, Julia                 Nov. 8, 1893        Dewane, Dennis             Oct. 11, 1893
                                                Donahue, Con.              Feb. 28, 1894
Baeten, Christina           Aug. 2, 1893        Ducket, George             Apr. 5, 1893
Bawser, Child (M)           Oct. 18, 1893
Beck, Child (M)             Jul. 19, 1893       Fiedler, Child (M)         Jul. 12, 1893
Beerntsen, Child (M)        Nov. 8, 1893        Ford, Jack                 Jun. 21, 1893
Berendsen, Bennie           Oct. 11, 1893       Fox, Paul                  Apr. 12, 1893
Bins, Mrs. Peter            Sep. 13, 1893       Frank, Rentram A.          May 31, 1893
Bisschops, Anna Maria       Jun. 7, 1893        Franken, Mrs. Willem       Dec. 27, 1893
                            Jun. 21, 1893       Farrel, Lawrence           Jan. 10, 1894
Bitters, Theodorus          Jul. 12, 1893       Funke, Maria Anna          Feb. 28, 1894
Bodart, Joseph              Dec. 13, 1893
Bongers, Mrs. Dr. H.        Feb. 7, 1894        Gay, Jack                  Jun. 21, 1893
Bos, G.                     Nov. 1, 1893        Geenen, Edward             Jan. 31, 1894
Boyle, Martin               Aug. 9, 1893        Geenen, Mrs. Edward        Feb. 14, 1894
Bransen, Child (F)          Feb. 14, 1893       Gerarden, Moses            Jan. 17, 1894
Bransen, Dora               Feb. 14, 1893       Gernaer, Arthur            Jan. 3, 1894
Brienen, Christiaan         Feb. 28, 1894       Giesen, Fr. Henry          Dec. 20, 1893
Briquelet, Mrs. Joseph      Dec. 20, 1893       Gloudemans, Martin         Oct. 11, 1893
Briquelet, Mrs. L           May 3, 1893         Goff, E. C.                Apr. 26, 1893
                                                Goffart, Constant          Apr. 19, 1893
Cappens, Clement            Apr. 26, 1893       Goossens, Antoon           Sep. 27, 1893
Cappuyns, Laura Elodie      May 17, 1893        Graef, Philip              Jul. 19, 1893
Caris, Godefrida            Oct. 18, 1893       Grignon, Quincy            Nov. 22, 1893
Catman, Mrs. Noah           May 24, 1893        Grobenoski, Child (F)      Jul. 19, 1893
Causchain, Mrs.             Feb. 14, 1894       Grobenoski, Child (M)      Jul. 26, 1893
Cawker, Col. E. Harrison    Dec. 27, 1893       Grobenoski, Maria          Jul. 26, 1893
Christens, Child (F)        Nov. 15, 1893       Guns, Peter,               Nov. 1, 1893
Christens, Child (F)        Nov. 15, 1893
Collette, Henry Sr.         Oct. 4, 1893        Haanen, John               Nov. 22, 1893
Coopmans, Henricus          Nov. 29, 1893       Hahn, Lena                 Oct. 25, 1893
Cornely, R.                 Jun. 21, 1893       Hahn, Mr.                  May 3, 1893
Craanen, Christiaan         May 17, 1893        Hahn, Mrs.                 May 3, 1893
                            May 24, 1893        Heesackers, Helena Marg.   March 8, 1893
Crabb, Frankie              Jul. 12, 1893       Hendricks, John            Jan. 17, 1894
Croymans, Jacob             Jul. 12, 1893       Hendriks, Johanna          Feb. 21, 1894
                                                Hermans, Child (M)         Jul. 19, 1893
DeFrance, Mr. Jean Charles Feb. 14, 1894        Hermans, Child (M)         Nov. 1, 1893
DeGreef, Anna Cath. Ant.   Jul. 26, 1893        Heyrman, Edward            Sep. 20, 1893
DeHaan, Mrs.               Feb. 28, 1894                                   Sep. 27, 1893
Honeyman, Fr. P. M.    Dec. 27, 1893   Pelkin, John              Feb. 7, 1894
Hoogland, Mrs. D.      Nov. 29, 1893   Persons, Mamie            Nov. 1, 1893
Hoosen, Cyris          Jan. 3, 1894    Peters, Anna              Dec. 20, 1893
Hoppe, Albert Jrt.     Dec. 20, 1893   Peters, Mrs. Henry        May 24, 1893
                       Jan. 17, 1894   Peters, John              Jun. 14, 1893
                                       Phillips, John            Oct. 11, 1893
Impelmans, Child       Oct. 5, 1892    Pigeon, Mrs. Desire       Jun. 21, 1893
                                       Puissant, Elisabeth       Jun. 14, 1893
James, Warren          Jun. 21, 1893
Jansen, Arnoldina      Jun. 7, 1893    Quatsoe, Desire           Oct. 18, 1893
Johnson, Chas.         May 17, 1893
Johnson, John F.       Aug. 23, 1893   Redner, Mr.               Jun. 21, 1893
Josten, Child          Oct. 18, 1893   Reimerick, Johan          May 31, 1893
Josten, Child          Oct. 18, 1893   Reining, Mrs. Maria       Feb. 28, 1894
Josten, Child          Oct. 18, 1893   Rietz, Dr.                Mar. 29, 1893
Jurgens, Mrs. Arn.     Apr. 5, 1893    Robertson, James          Oct. 11, 1893
                                                                 Oct. 18, 1893
Keaton, John           Jun. 21, 1893   Rockefeller, John         Jan. 31, 1894
Kellogg, Lyle          Jun. 21, 1893   Roeckel, John             Jun. 21, 1893
Klause, John           Apr. 5, 1893    Romson, John              Jan. 17, 1894
Kronen, H.             Aug. 16, 1893   Rouwers, Piet             Feb. 7, 1894
Kuhn, Max              Jul. 12, 1893   Ruby, Benjamin            Jan. 17, 1894
                                       Ruby, John                Jun. 21, 1893
Lambert, Gust          Sep. 27, 1893   Ruel, Child               Mar. 22, 1893
Larose, Chas.          Jul. 19, 1893   Rutten, Child             Dec. 6, 1893
Loppen, Mrs. John      Apr. 26, 1893
                                       St. Thomas, Edward        Jul. 5, 1893
Maasse, J. B. A.       Nov. 1, 1893    Schaut, Mr.               Aug. 2, 1893
Maes, Peter            Sep. 20, 1893   Scray, Child              May 24, 1893
Marteau, John          May 31, 1893    Scray, Child              May 24, 1893
Marteau, Mrs. John     May 31, 1893    Seymour, Frank            Oct. 4, 1893
Masse, John B. A.      Oct. 18, 1893   Smids, Child              Sep. 27, 1893
Mathews, M. W.         Jan. 3, 1894    Smits, Arnold             Feb. 14, 1894
Matoxin, Thomas        Nov. 22, 1893   Smits, Joseph             Oct. 25, 1893
McCarthy, Child (M)    Apr. 12, 1893
McGinnis, Con.         Apr. 19, 1893   Takken, Father Wm.        May 10, 1893
Mess, Child (F)        Oct. 18, 1893                             May 17, 1893
Meulemans, Alexander   Oct. 25, 1893   Theunis, Bernard          Feb. 7, 1894
Mewsalter, Child (M)   Jun. 14, 1893   Timmermans, Mrs. Steph.   Jul. 5, 1893
Miller, Child (M)      Jan. 17, 1894   Toonen, Elisabeth         Aug. 16, 1893
Miller, Godfrey        Nov. 8, 1893    Tucker, A. C.             Nov. 22, 1893
Mitchell, Henry        Nov. 1, 1893    Turriff, John             Apr. 19, 1893
Moeskes, Willie        Oct. 25, 1893
Mollen, Eddy           Feb. 7, 1894    Unknown                   Mar. 15, 1893
Moran, Thos.           Dec. 27, 1893
                                       Van de Leest, Child (M)   Jan. 3, 1894
Peerenboom, Henry      Oct. 18, 1893   Van de Leest, Martin      Jan. 31, 1894
Van den Berg, Mrs. L. E.     Nov. 8, 1893    Weiland, Alfreda      Jun. 14, 1893
Van den Boom, Johnnie        Sep. 13, 1893   Wenzel, Joseph        Dec. 6, 1893
Van den Boom, Peter          May 17, 1893    Weyenberg, Albert     Jul. 5, 1893
Van den Branden, Child (M)   Jul. 12, 1893   Wouters, Child        Mar. 8, 1893
Van den Elzen, Math.         Apr. 26, 1893   Wypskyzinski, Frank   Feb. 14, 1894
Van der Bloemen, Child (M)   Jul. 5, 1893
Van der Bloemens Child (F)   Jun. 28, 1893   Zegers, Child (F)     Jan. 31, 1894
Van der Hey, Child           Oct. 4, 1893    Zwarts, Bernard       Aug. 2, 1893
Van der Linden, Hattie       Jun. 7, 1893
Van der List, Minnie         Mar. 15, 1893
Van der Made, Hendrikus      Apr. 5, 1893
Van der Plas, Child (M)      Jul. 14, 1893
Van der Plas, Joseph         Apr. 19, 1893
Van Deuren, Anna Maria       Dec. 27, 1893
Van Deuren, Child            Oct. 11, 1893
Van Deuren, Child            Oct. 11, 1893
Van Deuren, Mrs. John        Oct. 11, 1893
Van Dyke, Mrs. L.            Feb. 28, 1894
Van de Velda, Cecilia        Feb. 7, 1894
Van de Voort, Child (F)      Dec. 6, 1893
Van de Voort, Child (F)      Dec. 13, 1893
Van de Voort, Child (M)      Dec. 13, 1893
Van de Walle, Jean Bapt.     Dec. 13, 1893
Van de Walle, John           Jun. 14, 1893
Van Dijk, Child              Aug. 16, 1893
Van Hove, Antonia Adriana    Jun. 21, 1893
Van Lanen, Child             Nov. 8, 1893
Van Lanen, John              May 10, 1893
Van Largue, Joseph           Dec. 6, 1893
Van Meerbeek, Joseph         Jan. 3, 1894
Van Oss, Simon               Nov. 1, 1893
Van Pe, Joseph               May 17, 1893
Van Pouck, Leon.             Apr. 5, 1893
Van Rexel, Child (M)         Oct. 18, 1893
Van Reyel, Mrs. J.           Jan. 10, 1894
Van Tienen, Child (F)        Dec. 13, 1893
Van Veghel, John             Dec. 6, 1893
Van Vreeden, Jan             Jan. 31, 1894
Van Wynsberghen, Pelagia     Feb. 7, 1894
Venrooi, Theodorus           Mar. 8, 1893
Verber, Mr.                  Nov. 29, 1893
Verpaele, Ivo                Jan. 3, 1894
Vissers, P.J.                Apr. 19, 1893
Voet, Child (M)              Aug. 9, 1893
Vollenberg, Hendrina         Dec. 13, 1893

Wassenberg, Child (M)        Jul. 26, 1893

								
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