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					             OBITUARY, BIRTH AND WEDDING NOTICES
                   FROM THE DE VOLKSSTEM,
                 PRINTED IN DEPERE, WISCONSIN


                                  OBITUARY NOTICES
                                        Year - 5
                                  ISSUES 1 - 43  (1894)

Issue #1       Wednesday, March 7, 1894              Page #5

The burial of Mrs. Hahenberg, the 78-year-old mother of Mrs. Egbertus Smits of DePere, was
Thursday from the DePere Hollandsche Church.

A few weeks ago Maria Josepha Servaas, age 94, died in At. Agatha Rooi, Belgium. She is the
sister of Mrs. Antoon Deboth of DePere.

Saturday morning Emanuel Weyberg, age 21, died in Fort Howard. Burial yesterday from St.
Patrick's Church.

Issue #2       Wednesday, March 14, 1894             Page #5

Sunday morning in DePere, Anna Franc, the 23-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Franc
of the west side, died. Burial this morning from St. Joseph's Church.

Tuesday morning men found the body of Mike Hartzheim, age 23, in the creek by Darboy. He
went missing on Sunday night. He was last seen about 2:00 in the house of H. VanVorst, and
men say he was not drunk. It is thought that he got lost in the darkness and fell into the water
and drown.

Issue #3       Wednesday, March 21, 1894             Page #5

D. MacDonald of the west side, who was beset by pox a few weeks ago, died Saturday evening.
This was the only case of the disease here.

In Appleton the body of a well dressed man was found. He had drown in the river a few weeks
ago. An investigation has begun.

Sunday afternoon of last week, Petrus Dekelver, age 83, died in the house of his son, Joannes, in
Preble. He was one of the oldest and most respected settlers in the region. He had 3 sons and 2
daughters. The Reverend W. DeKelver of Neenah, Frank of Amberg, Joannes of Preble and
Angelina and Catharina, both of Chippewa Falls. Burial Wednesday morning from the Holy
Martyrs of Gorcum Church in Preble. Father Bongers gave the requiem mass while Miss B.
DeFranc played the organ and the choir sang. Burial in the Allouez cemetery.
Tuesday, March 13, Cornelius Van der Hei, age 83, died in Little Chute. He was one of the
oldest inhabitants there. The deceased was born in Zeeland, North Brabant and came with Father
Van den Broeck to America. Burial Saturday morning from St. John's Church.

Saturday on the west side Hendrikus Albers, age 77, died in the house of his daughter, Mrs. M.
Vissers. Burial yesterday morning from St. Boniface's church.

Monday, March 12 in Dundas, died the spouse of B. Huitink, born Lenssem, age about 20. She
left a spouse and a child of a few weeks. Burial Thursday in Hollandtown.

Issue #4      Wednesday, March 28, 1894                    Page #5

John Jacobsen, a Norweigen from Ashwaubenon, age 54, died Tuesday from a stroke.

Frank Van Lanen died Wednesday in Stiles. The deceased was born in Holland and had lived in
Bay Settlement for many years. He was 52 years old and left 4 full grown sons and 3 daughters.
Burial Saturday from the catholic church in Stiles.

Last week Mrs. Peter Denning died in Freedom, age 60. She was one of the first settlers there.

Issue #5      Wednesday, April 4, 1894                     Page #4

March 27, Arnoldus Timmers died in Little Chute. The deceased was born in Berlicum, North
Brabant, Netherlands on September 11, 1806.

Issue #5      Wednesday, April 4, 1894                     Page #5

Arnoldina Willemsen, widow of Antoon Smits, died last week in Freedom. Monday morning
she was making a fire in the smoke house when her cloths caught fire. She was badly burned
and thankfully died Friday. She was 50 years old. Her spouse died about 1 year ago.

Wednesday of last week, Antoon Van der Eicken, age 80, died in Wrightstown. He is survived
by 2 wed daughters, Mrs. J. Mishan from Fort Howard and Mrs. A. Verboomen of Wrightstown.
Burial Friday morning.

Wednesday morning in Green Bay died Lizzie Brogman, age 24. Burial Saturday morning from
St. Willebrordus' Church.

Last week in Freedom died Mrs. J. A. Hooymans.

Wednesday morning the 4-year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Van Lanen died.

Issue #6      Wednesday, April 11, 1894                    Page #4

Monday evening Frank Motief, age 26, died in Fort Howard from a long sickness. He left a
widow and 3 children. Burial Thursday from St. Willebrordus' Church in Green Bay.
Saturday, March 24, Mrs. Johanna Antonia Hooymans, age 76, died in Freedom. A few days
before Ash Wednesday she came down with the flu, then another sickness, and finally a sickness
of 6 weeks. The deceased was born in Het Loo, Gelderland, Netherlands, and came 28 years ago
to America, where the family settled in Freedom. She left a spouse and 9 children. The children
are; Frank, Theodore and John, all married in Freedom, 3 sons and 1 daughter at home, Mrs.
Jacobus Jansen (Johanna) of Little Chute, and Maria, already 10 years housekeeper for Pastor
Smitz of DePere. Burial Tuesday March 27 from St. Nicolas Curch in Freedom.

Issue #7       Wednesday, April 18, 1894                    Page #5

Thursday of last week Leonard Rynders, age 55, died in Green Bay. The deceased had throat
cancer. He left a widow and a daughter from his first marriage. Burial Saturday morning from
St. Willebrordus' Church.

Saturday evening Adries Mermuys, age 70, died in Glenmore. He was a well known Flemish
settler. He left a widow and 4 children, 3 sons and 1 daughter. Burial today, Tuesday, morning
from the Hoolandsche Church.

The name of Mrs. Hooymans of Freedom, who died, was Johanna Maria Sophia Deelen, spouse
of Johannes Antonius Hooymans.

Issue #8       Wednesday, April 25, 1894                    Page #5

Frank P. Hanes of Fort Howard, a brakeman for the Northwestern Railroad, died Tuesday after
he fell under the wheels of the train. The deceased was 36 years old and unwed.

The name of the unlucky, who died last week following injuries sustained by his fall into a
grinder in the pulp mill at Kimberly was John Van den Heuvel of Little Chute. The deceased
was 24, and left a widow and a child of 3 months.

From Green Bay, Wisconsin, April 18, 1894. Today news was received that our dearly beloved
father, grandfather and great-grandfather Jan Tervooren of Wanssum, Limburg, Netherlands on
March 31 from influenza. He left a widow with 6 sons and 2 daughters, the youngest son is a
catholic priest. The deceased was born in Maashees in 1814. He married Carolina Francina
Asselberg in Wanssum in 1836 and was from 1880 - 1889 the Mayor of Wanssum and Gysteren.

Jos. Brettschneider, a well-to-do furniture handler in Appleton killed himself Sunday morning.

From St. Joseph, South Dakota, on Friday, April 13, Bernard Martens died. The 23 year-old-son
of John Martens. The deceased was born in Green Bay, Wisconsin on February 28, 1871.

The same day in St. Joseph, Gerard Verstegen, age 26, died in the house of his brother.

Issue #9       Wednesday, May 2, 1894                       Page #1
From Port Huron, Michigan was reported that the young lady Harriette Gerk, from Holland,
Europe, on a trip near Palo Alto, OH, to visit her sister and brother in law wandered into a train
tunnel. She was struck by the train and survived until 5 o’clock this morning.

Issue #9       Wednesday, May 2, 1894                        Page #4

From Wheeling, Virginia, April 26. George Hibbard’s house on 14th Street was destroyed by fire
on Tuesday night. Miss Jane Redman, age 50, a sister in law of Hibbard succumbed to the
smoke. A son from Hibbard was found first. The surviving family saved themselves with great
danger.

Issue #9       Wednesday, May 2, 1894                        Page #5

Tuesday morning the spouse of John Briquelet died in Allouez. A few weeks ago she had
developed Pox.

Issue #10      Wednesday, May 9, 1894

No deaths reported.

Issue #11      Wednesday, May 16, 1894                       Page #4

Sunday, 8 days ago in Menasha 3 persons drown in Winnebago Lake. The names of the unlucky
were Charles Cragin, John Hutton and Wm. Windgrove, all papermakers. The men were in a
boat that morning fishing when a storm came in. Hutton’s body is not yet found.

April 30 died in Verboort, Washington County, Oregon, following a sickness of 7 years, Maria
Anna Van Dyk, the spouse of Martinus Van der Zanden. The deceased was born in Reek,
Province North Brabant, Netherlands on February 19, 1844 and came to DePere, Wisconsin in
1868. In 1877 she left with her family for Verboort, Oregon, where she lived until her death.
She is survived by 7 children, 5 full grown sons and 2 daughters, the youngest is 10. Burial was
May 2.

Last Week died in Palestine, Texas, Miss Gertruda VandenHeuvel, age 30 years. The deceased
was a victim of “tering” and in the hopes of finding a cure for the illness, she traveled a few
months ago to Texas. The material remains were brought to Green Bay on Monday, and buried
from the catholic church in Bay Settlement.

Issue #11      Wednesday, May 16, 1894                       Page #5

August Minnokovinski, a workman at the sulfite factory in Appleton, fell Thursday on the way
to his work from a railroad bridge over the Telulah waterpower canal and drowned.

Last Week died in Robinsonville, in the north of the county, Theo. Destache, age about 47 years.
He left a widow and 5 daughters and 3 sons.

One of the twins of Mr. and Mrs. H. Spierings died last week.
Issue #12     Wednesday, May 23, 1894              Page #4

May 13th died in St. Joseph, Grant County, South Dakota, John Tillemans, age about 65 years.
The deceased was born in Beugen, North Brabant, Netherlands and came in 1856 to Green Bay,
Wisconsin. He lived in DePere for several years and 14 years ago moved to Dakota. A widow
and 12 children morn his death. Tuesday from the catholic church in Big Stone City was the
burial.

Wednesday, died in Humboldt, from a brain inflammation, Herman Krischer, age 31 years.
Saturday from the Catholic Church in Bay Settlement was the burial.

Yesterday died in Green Bay, Henry Tennis, age 44 years. He was a member of the Catholic
Knights of Wisconsin. A widow and 4 children survive him.

Issue #13     Wednesday, May 30, 1894              Page #4

No deaths reported.

Issue #14     Wednesday, June 6, 1894              Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Geurts morn the death of their 9-year old daughter, who died Thursday
morning from croup. Burial Thursday evening.

Monday, May 28 died in Glenwood, Wisconsin, from a kidney disease, Pelazie VanPraet, wife
of Constant DeKleene. The deceased was 25 years ago born in West Flanders and came to this
country 4 years ago. She first lived in DePere, and later near Glenwood. She is survived by a
widower with 2 young children. Burial Wednesday.

Sunday died the 2-year old daughter of Pat. Counhan of the Westside.

Issue #15     Wednesday, June 13, 1894             Page #5

Sunday died in Appleton, Mrs. Mary Powers, age about 102.

Alfred Gilson, the son of Lloyd Gilson of Greenleaf is Sunday morning drowned.

Wednesday morning died on the west side, Jordanus Katers. He was born in Overloon, North
Brabant, Netherlands, age 68. He came to the US about 12 years ago and lived the last 2 years in
DePere. A widow and 5 children morn his death. The children are, Willem of Fort Howard,
Peter of Shawano, Henry of DePere, Hendrina (Mrs. Bastens) of Shawano and Mina (Mrs. Henry
Linders) of DePere. Burial Friday from St. Boniface’s Church to the Calvary churchyard.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Linders of the west side morn the loss of their 4 week old daughter. The
child was buried Friday morning from St. Boniface’s Church.
Thursday afternoon died from a menstral period of half a day, Anna Josephina, the 16 year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Henrigillis of DePere.

Last week Friday died in the county poor house, John Coopmans, age 79 years.

Issue #16      Wednesday, June 20 1894       Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. H. Spierings are saddened at the death of their youngest child.

Mrs. Mary Sanders, spouse of Joseph Sanders, of Brodie, Holt County, Nebraska, died following
a stroke on June 1st at the home of George Sanders of Butte, Boyd County, Nebraska. The
deceased was born in Breugel, North Brabant, Netherlands, March 12, 1835 and was about 59
years old. She married Jos. Sanders, 30 years ago and came to DePere 27 years ago. In 1873
they moved to Butler County, Nebraska and 10 years later to Holt County. Mrs. Sanders was a
mother of 8 children, 5 of which died in childhood. Burial Sunday June 3 from the catholic
church in Atkinson, Holt County.

Peter Boulanger, age 102 died Tuesday night in Duck Creek. Mr. Boulanger was born in
Belgium on February 20, 1792. Mrs. Boulanger died 9 years ago at the age of 101.

Issue #17      Wednesday, June 27 1894       Page #5

Frank Malliette, the 10 year old son of a Flemming from Fort Howard drown in the Fox River
Tuesday afternoon of last week. A playmate was saved only with difficulty.

Saturday died in Little Chute from “tering” Anna, the 18 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jan
Lom. Burial this morning.

Sunday evening died the youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Van Deuren of Green Bay.

Issue #18      Wednesday, July 4 1894        Page #5

George Lanoye, a 20 year old is last week Wednesday in Kaukauna drown. His parents live in
Duck Creek.

Joseph Dollar of DePere is Thursday of “tering” died. He was 41 years old and left a widow and
3 children. Burial yesterday from the Hollandsche church in DePere.

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-old son of L. H. Fiedler of Green Bay drown while playing in the East River on
Friday Afternoon.

Max Kuhn, age 21, a work man 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 11 1894

No Deaths reported

Issue #20     Wednesday, July 18 1894       Page #5

Mrs. Henry Schram of Fort Howard committed suicide by jumping from the steamboat C. W.
Moore in the lake. She was on the way to Gladstone, and halfway between Escanaba and
Gladstone when she died.

Wm. Jewett, yardmaster of the Wisconsin Central in Neenah was killed Friday evening when
runover by a train.

Mr. Paul Timmermans, formerly of DePere died in Menominee Michigan.

Issue #21     Wednesday, July 25, 1894             Page #5

A certain Burke, from Lily Lake was run over and killed by a shunt train yesterday morning in
Fort Howard.

Sunday afternoon died in the house of her son J. A. Doms in DePere, Maria Theresa Liebergen,
born Van Niewwnhuizen, widow of Peter Doms and Hendrikus Liebergen. The deceased was
born in Neereisch, Province Brabant, Belgium. She was 80 years old. She left 2 sons and a
daughter; J. A. Doms and Mrs. Philomena Doms-VanDeurzen and Jos. Liebergen. Also survived
by 2 stepsons; Antoon Liebergen of Hollandtown and Peter Liebergen of Escanaba. Burial this
morning from the church of the “Onb Ontvangenis”.

Thursday in Wrightstowen, Mrs. M. VandenBoom, age 89 years and 10 months died. The
deceased was the mother of Mrs. Louis Meulemans of Fort Howard and of Mrs. Wm.
Meulemans of Wrightstown. Burial Saturday morning.

Friday 8 days ago died a 4 year old daughter of Henry VandeVoort of Wrightstown from croup.
While Saturday a second daughter who was 8 years old by diphtheria slipped into the grave

Mrs. Jobelius, age 60, was Wednesday night in Preble died after a sunstroke. Burial Friday from
the Finger Church in Preble.

Issue #22     Wednesday, August 1, 1894            Page #4

From Germantown, IL, July 17, 1894: This morning at 4 o’clock Herman Henry Hermann, age
81, died. The deceased was born in Roll2, by Hannover. In 1834 he left Bremen for New York.
He was in Buffalo, NY for 1 year, and a year in Cleveland as a carpenter. He followed his uncle
Friedrich Hermann, the first German in Clinton County. With his uncle and 15 young
immigrants, they purchased 120 acres of land from L. White. A blockhouse was made 40 feet
long and 20 feet wide. They laid out 40 acres for a small town. Germantown, and 80 acres for
church, school and churchyard. Herman Hermann and Catharina Elisabeth Beekman were the
second pair, on January 30, 1837, to be married in the block church. For a number of years,
Herman Hermann was a member of the church government and the school district


Issue #22     Wednesday, August 1, 1894            Page #5

Yesterday evening the 14 year old son of Cornelius Van Dyke died on the west side.

Michael Romenesko from Freedom came to the end of his life in a sad fashion. He was engaged
in building a shed, and went to stand on a beam in order to saw through it. Romenesko did not
know the beam had already beam cut through on the outside. The beam fractured and a part of
the beam struck him in the chest, wounding him so severely he died the next day.

Henry Bell, the 20 year old son of Opziener Bell, from the unit of the CM& St. Paul Railway had
the misfortune Friday near Ellis Junction to be shot in the underpants with a rifle. He died
Saturday night in Green Bay.

Philip Klaus, age 64, one of Green Bay’s well known is Monday of last week died and was
Wednesday morning from the cathedral buried. He left a widow and 4 grown children.

Issue #23     Wednesday, August 8, 1894            Page #5

Saturday morning in DePere died the spouse of Lawyer E. F. Parker.

George Schuster, a 10 year old boy, tended in St. Joseph’s Orphanage in Green Bay drown
Wednesday while swimming in the Fox River. The boy’s body was recovered on Thursday. The
boy’s father lives in Appleton, his mother is dead.

In New Franken died Saturday morning George Schauer, an old settler in the region, age 82.
Burial was yesterday morning.

Friday morning died the 14 month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Al. Van Boxel of Green Bay.

“Shortened from a longer article” Diptheria in Freedom. A child from the Peter Uhl family, John
Van Handel, age 24, and another child of his died of the sickness.

Saturday on the west side, Theodorus Janssen died after a year long sickness. The deceased was
89 and the oldest member of St. Bonifaces. He was born in Geisteren, province Limburg,
Netherlands, and came to the US in 1856. He left a widow and 2 sons, Peter and Hendrikus.
Burial was this morning.

July 25 in Belgique, Perry County, MO, died Bernardus Franciscus DePauw, the spouse of
Sophia Maria Cornelis. The deceased was born in Breskens, prov. Zeeland, Netherlands, and
was only 31 years old.
On Wednesday the northbound passenger train of the Northwestern line ran over a man a pair of
miles south of Wrightstown. It was determined that the man was John Yenger of Kaukauna, age
60. He was hard of hearing. He left 2 sons and a daughter.

Sunday morning between Kaukauna and Wrightstown an unknown, age about 30 in appearance
and laborer was run over and killed by a C & NW train.

Issue #24     Wednesday, August 15, 1894                          Page #5

Tuesday evening of last week died in Little Chute, Annie, the 2-year old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Theodorus Stoffels.

Last week in Freedom, Dina Van Handel, age 19, died from Diptheria.

Last week in Wrightstown Mrs. Wm. Meulemans died from a lengthy illness. She was born in
Verboomen. The deceased was a brave Christian woman and mother age 60. A widower, 8
children, 5 sons and 3 daughters, one in a religious cloister morn her death. Burial Saturday
from St. Paul’s Church.

Yesterday afternoon Maria Kamps, spouse of the county lawyer Moeskes, died in Appleton, age
46. A sorrowful husband and 2 daughters survive her.

Issue #25     Wednesday, August 22, 1894                   Page #4

From Brainard, Nebraska: About 3 weeks ago Joseph Veekman, previously from Preble, Wis.,
died from taking poison. He lived only 2 days and was buried from the David City Roman
Catholic Church. He was married about 4 years.

Issue #25     Wednesday, August 22, 1894                   Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jansen of the “Plank Road” mourn the loss of their twin daughters.

Issue #26     Wednesday, August 29, 1894                   Page #5

Mrs. Rosamond Follet died yesterday evening from a painful sickness. She was 47 years old and
left a son.

On Thursday August 16 Gertruda Hockers, spouse of Willem Timmers, died in Wrightstown.
The deceased was born in Sevenum, prov. Limburg, Netherland and was only 41 years old, and
was 24 when she came to this land. A mournful spouse and 7 children, the fruit of a lucky
marriage, survive her. Saturday, 8 days ago, was the burial from St. Paul’s Church.

Issue #27     Wednesday, September 5, 1894

No deaths reported.
Issue #28      Wednesday, September 12, 1894                       Page #5

On August 16th Clara Engels, widow of Peter Timmermans, died in Menominee, Jo Davies
County, IL died. The deceased was born in Horn, Hollandsch, Limburg December 22, 1817.

Last week in Little Chute died the 8-month old child of Martin Hartjes.

Last week died Mr. George A. Becker, in the house of his son, the Reverend F. X. Becker, pastor
in Negaunee, Michigan. Mr. Becker was 74 year old.

Issue #29      Wednesday, September 19, 1894                       Page #5

Friday, 8 days ago died Kimberly Henry Bos, a youth of 24 years from cholera, a sickness of
only 1 day. Saturday in Little Chute was the burial.

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Van de Walle mourn the death of their son age 9-months.

Issue #30      Wednesday, September 26, 1894                       Page #4

“From a longer story”: Tuesday morning, September 4, Mr. Anton Godfrey Becker, Father of
Reverend F. X. Becker, pastor of St. Paul’s Church in Negaunee, Michigan died from a stroke.
The deceased was born in Zwolle, Netherlands on July 16, 1820, and was 74 years old. He is
survived by 2 daughters in New York, Father Becker and a second son in Chicago.

Issue #30      Wednesday, September 26, 1894                       Page #5


Saturday we heard the news of the death of the widow Ms. Maria Toel, born Potter in Alkmaar,
Netherlands on September 8, at the age of 57 years.

Saturday 8 days ago died in Little Chute Antoon van Hooft, one of Little Chute’s oldest settlers.
The deceased was 77 years old. He was about 40 when he arrived here. Tuesday was the burial.
He is survived by a widow.

Issue #31      Wednesday, October 3, 1894                   Page #5

Last week in Hollandtown, Jos. Fink, former Town Clerk of Woodville died..

Issue #32      Wednesday, October 10, 1894                         Page #1

On Saturday September 29 died Elisabeth, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jansen,
formerly of Little Chute, WI. The deceased was only 12 years and 9 months old. Burial from
Roman Catholic Church in Rushville.

Issue #33      Wednesday, October 17, 1894                  Page #5
Wm. Cashman, age 76 years, and the oldest Irish settler of Rockland, died Friday and was buried
yesterday from St. Francis’ Church.

Issue #34     Wednesday, October 24, 1894                  Page #5

Last week in Little Chute, John Verkuilen, son of Theo. Verkuilen, died from typhoid fever.

Yesterday morning Maria Theresa Rondau, spouse of Peter Clabots, age 64, died in Rockland
from a short sickness. She was born in Leuven, prov. Brabant, Belgium and left a mourning
husband and 4 sons. Tomorrow midday burial from the Hollandsche Church in DePere..

Issue #35     Wednesday, October 31, 1894                  Page #5

Monday of last week Peter Schafer, one of the most respected citizens of Outagamie County died
in Little Chute. Mr. Schafer was 45 years old and left a widow and 2 children. Burial Thursday
from the Catholic Church there.

October 12 died in Alvord, Iowa, Catharina Hendrika, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Kerkvliet,
born in Haarlemmermerr, Netherland on November 8, 1881.

Issue #35     Wednesday, October 31, 1894                  Page #8

From Republic, Michigan: October 22, 894 was a suicide. William Bouraul came Friday
evening here from Menominee to the camp of Rubert Nowack to work and that same night about
2 o’clock stood up and went outside and did not return. This midday he was found in the woods
laying dead with his throat cut. He was 32 years old, unwed and from Germany born..

Issue #36     Wednesday, November 7, 1894                  Page #5

Monday of last week died in Saginaw, Michigan John B. Williams, who in the years from 1870
to 1880 lived in Green Bay and held several public positions. He was U.S. Marshal, Indian
Agent for the Oneida Reservation, School Superintendent, County Clerk, and Alderman.

Issue #37     Wednesday, November 14, 1894                 Page #5

Sunday the widow Peters died in Bay settlement, in the house of her son-in-law, Theodorus
Reinen. The deceased was born in Boekel, prov. North Brabant, August 12, 1819, age 75. She
is survived by George Peters of Namur, Wis, Martin from Escanaba, Maria and Wilhelmina in
Holland and Geradina in Ortonville, Minn. Today burial in Bay Settlement.

November 1 died in Bellevue, this county, Lucy R. Derks, spouse of Michael van Venroy. The
deceased was born on Long Island, NY on September 29, 1868 and was only 26 years old.
Saturday Nov. 3, burial from St. Willebrordus’ Church in Green Bay.

Wednesday night Joseph Terneuzen, age 57, died on the west side from cancer. The deceased
was born in Vechal, North Brabant, Netherlands. A widow and 6 children mourn his passing.
Burial Saturday from St. Boniface’s Church.
October 17 died in Rock Island, IL, Marie Saellens, daughter of Henry and Pelagie Lambrecht,
born in Wijnghene, West Flanders, Belgium, November 15, 1875.

Mr. and Mrs. John Geurts of Bellevue mourn the death of their 10-year old son, who was sick for
several months. This morning burial from Hollandsche Church in DePere.

Friday died in Little Chute John Oudenhoven from typhoid fever. The deceased was only 21
years old. Sunday burial.

Issue #38     Wednesday, November 21, 1894                 Page #5

John Vissers of Ashwaubenon lost a 5 year old son and a 3 year old daughter to diphtheria last
week.

Willard Coulter of Green Bay was hunting Sunday afternoon near Grass Island when his boat
capsized and he fell in the water. He was rescued by his comrade, but died a short time later. He
was 28 years old.

Wednesday died on the west side John Sharon, an old Irish settler, age 80 years. Several years
ago he was struck blind.

Issue #39     Wednesday, November 28, 1894                 Page #5

Saturday afternoon died in DePere from an indisposition of 3 months, Albert Vandelieffoort.
The deceased was born in Berlicum, North Brabant, Netherlands on November 5, 1823, age 71.
He came to the US in 1858 and lived in New York for 6 years. He came to DePere in 1864 and
in the Fall of 1865 settled on a farm in the Town of DePere. A widow and 3 children, Mrs.
Leonard Vanderlinden and Peter van de Lieffort, DePere and John Van de Lieffoort of Green
Bay mourn his passing. Yesterday morning burial from Hollandsche Church.

Daniel Hocks of Freedom, Outagamie County died last Saturday of tuberculosis. He left 8
children. He was a brother to Wm. Hocks and Mrs. G. Van Susteren of the west side.

Issue #40     Wednesday, December 5, 1894                  Page #5

Louis Meulemans of Fort Howard died Thursday in St. Vincents hospital in Green Bay. The
deceased was 52 years ago in Belgium born and came at age 13 to this land. He lived several
years in Wrightstown, this county. A widow and several children survived him. Saturday
morning burial from St. Willebrordus’ Church.

The wife of Francis Kolocheski, owner of the Cooperstown Hotel on Main Street in Green Bay,
died of a heart attack.

Antoon Janssen, one of Little Chute’s oldest citizens died Sunday evening, age 76.
A few days ago died in Humboldt, Mrs. J. B. Vekemen, age 43. She left a spouse and 12
children.

Leopold Fontaine, formerly smith of the furnace here died Friday. He was born in Belgium, age
61.

Issue #41     Wednesday, December 12, 1894                 Page #4

The black diphtheria is here and claimed several lives. The 4 year old child of Bernard Reinders
is in the beginning of last week from the disease died. It was the second death in the Reinders
family in 2 weeks and the 3rd in a year. Also died the 3 year old child of John Tysen was
Tuesday night from the same disease died. While Saturday morning Mr. Tysen himself
succumbed. Mr. Tysen was about 50 years old. The other children of the family likewise suffer.

The burial of Antoon Janssen took place Wednesday. The deceased was in Maashees, North
Brabant, Netherlands born and 68 years old. His death was the result of cancer in the mouth. A
widow and 8 grown children survive him. Mr. Janssen was in DePere about 40 years and was
for years our universal village smith. He served in the Civil War.

Issue #41     Wednesday, December 12, 1894                 Page #5

H. Siebers, Mrs. J. Maes, Mr. & Mrs., Peter Janssen of Allouez, Ms. Mathilda Janssen and Mr.
and Mrs. Theo. Berken were Wednesday by the burial of Antoon Janssen in Little Chute.

From our previous issue last week the small Lizzie Rondou, the 3 year old daughter of Alfons
Rondou of Fort Howard, who suffered never before seen dangerous burns has died. Thursday
morning burial from St. Willebrordus’ Church in Green Bay.

Sister M. Hyacintha, in the world known as Philomena Johanna Van Abel, daughter of Martinus
Van Abel of Hollandtown, is a few days ago in the cloister of Franciscians in Alverno, WI, died.

Issue #42     Wednesday, December 19, 1894                 Page #5

The 17 year old son of J. Thijsen died last Saturday 8 days ago of Diptheria. A week lay
between the death of his 3 year old daughter.

Issue #43     Wednesday, December 26, 1894                 Page #4

Russel Brothers planemill and coffin factory in West Bay City, Michigan exploded Tueday
morning. The explosion was accompanied by a violent crack and through the whole boiler
building in ruble. Killed were John Calcutt, stoker 24 years, George Pfund 17 years, Albert
Rahn 16 years, John Braan 15 years, A. L. Heavenbacher 17 years, 3 others were injured.

Issue #43     Wednesday, December 26, 1894                 Page #5

Last week in Freedom a child of P. Pennings and one of J. Van Rixtel died of throat sickness.
Last week in Bryon, near Fon du Lac, WI, the 80 year old mother of County Clerk Martin of
Green Bay, was buried on Tuesday.

Thursday midday died in Green Bay, Mrs. Martin Bolena, age about 67. Saturday morning
burial from St. Willibrordus’ Church.

Gustaaf Agrell was last week in Appleton by a train run over and killed. The unfortunate was 58
years old and left a widow and 5 children.

                                 ISSUES 44-52           (1894)
Issue #44      Wednesday, January 2, 1895

No deaths reported.

Issue #45      Wednesday, January 9, 1895           Page #5

Max, the 15 year old son of Charles Delvaux, of Green Bay, was Monday 8 days ago out skating.
He was missing and likely drown. He was not found with his sail by Murphy’s Mill. His body
was bound Sunday in a break in the ice.

Issue #46      Wednesday, January 16, 1895                  Page #5

Father J. Verstegen was yesterday in Hollandtown for the burial of his niece, the widow A. Van
Doren.

Sunday night died the wife of Adam Dohn of the town of DePere, from wounds suffered falling
into the cellar.

Thrusday 8 days ago died in Little chute, from typhoid fever, Jennie, the 11 year old daughter of
J. Vandenheuvel.

Friday morning died in Hollandtown the widow Arnoldina Van Doren, born Van der Loop, age
72. The deceased was born in Zeeland, prov. North Brabant, Netherlands, came 45 years ago out
of the old land to Hollandtown, this county. A son and 2 daughters, Steph Van Doren from
Grayson, Neb., and Mrs. N. Vandenberg and Mrs. Adr. Kempen of Hollandtown survive her.
Her husband died a number of years ago. Lady Van Doren was a brave catholic woman.
Monday burial from St. Francis’ Church.

Thursday midday died in DePere from a sickness of several months Milton P. Persons, well
known mayor from this city. Mr. Persons was born in New York and settled here in 1870. He
was 2 years a member of the County Board and leader of the named body. And by combining
the East and West DePere in 1890 was he the first mayor. Sunday midday burial from the
Congregationalist church.

Issue #47      Wednesday, January 23, 1895                  Page #5
The youngest child of P. Van de Walle died yesterday.

Thursday in Jamestown, North Dakota Mrs. Lambert Smith died of a heart attack. She was born
in Baenen, formerly live in the “Lost Land” by Green Bay. She left a widower with 2 sons and a
daughter. Saturday burial from the catholic church in Jamestown.

Miss Mary Ehrensperger, the 18 year old daughter of Jacob Ehrensperger of DePere died
yesterday evening from tuberculosis.

Issue #48      Wednesday, January 30, 1895                  Page #5

Friday, January 18, Arnold Sevren died in Hollandtown in the house of his daughter. The
deceased was born in Broekhuizenvorst, Limburg, Netherlands on January 21, 1800 and was 98
years old. He was about 22 years in this land and previously lived in DePere. He was wed 2
times and is survived by 9 children, 6 in the Netherlands, and 3 in the US, and a grandfather of
18 grandchildren here and 31 in Europe. His children in this land are Mrs. Mart. Heesackers of
Hollandtown, Mrs. M. Knops of Glenwoodand Mrs. P. Coppens of Kaukauna. Burial Tuesday.

This week is the death of Louis Deklaver of the town of Lawrence on Monday evening from
tuberculosis. The deceased was an exemplary son and on a whole respected young man, age 28.
Wednesday burial from St. Boniface’s Parish, with burial in the Calvary Cemetery.

Wednesday evening the widow Martinus Hubers, age 75, died in the house of her daughter Mrs.
Ant. Van Dyk. The deceased was born in St. Anthonis, North Brabant. Burial Saturday.

Saturday night died James Clark, age 65, the father of Gebroders Clark. Burial today from St.
Francis’ Church


Issue #49      Wednesday, February 6, 1895                  Page #5

The son of P. Puimbroeck, 4 days old is Friday morning died.

Oswald A. Eckhart, a cigarmaker in Green Bay died Thursday.

Issue #50      Wednesday, February 13, 1894                 Page #5

F. J. Keir, a brakeman from Kaukauna moved to Combined Locks was caught between a wagon
and a heap of wood pulp and his haunches were smashed. He died of his wounds a few hours
later.

Sunday midday of last week John Van Ells, of 360 Grove Street in Milwaukee died. He is
survived by a daughter Mrs. Wm. Host, and 2 sons, Antoon Van Ells, and Albert van Ells.
Wednesday burial from St. Drievuldigheids Church. Mr. Van Ells was born in Beugen, North
Brabant, on July 31, 1836 and was about 58 years old. He cane in 1855 to this land.
From Little Chute, Monday of last week died Frank DeGroot, one of the first settlers, age about
95 years. A widow, a son Joseph and 2 daughters, Mrs. John Derks, and Mrs. Katie Bernards in
Oregon survive him. Thursday burial. Mr. DeGroot came in 1846 with Father VandenBroek to
this land.

Issue #51     Wednesday, February 20, 1894                 Page #5

Tuesday morning died in Kaukauna Peter Van Dyke, age 69 years. The deceased came a half
century ago from Holland to this land. He left a daughter, Mrs. M. Michaels. Burial from the
Church of the Holy Cross.

January 25 in Moergestel, North Brabant, the Reverand Andreas DeLouw, paster there died. The
deceased, a brother of Father De Louw of Hollandtown, was born in Geldrop on December 12,
1830 and became a priest on June 6, 1857. He served as chaplain to Goirle, Koatsheuvel, Lage-
Zwaluwe and Boxtel and in 1878 became pastor to Moergestel.

Issue #52     Wednesday, February 27, 1895                 Page #5

Wednesday died in Green bay, Louis Hagemeister, age 30, brother of Assemblyman
Hagemeister..

Friday died in Hollandtown from a sickness of a few days Mr. Martinus Willemsen. The
deceased was born in St. Hubert, prov. North Brabant, Netherlands, age 66. He came to this land
age 43. A widow and 3 children, Anna, John and Mary (Mrs. Corn. Arts) all of Hollandtown
survive and mourn him. He left 2 sisters, the widow J. Van Vreede of Hollandtown and Mrs.
Ger. Van der Loop of Nebraska. Burial yesterday morning.

February 3, died in Ghent, Minnesota, Anna DeRuwe, spouse of Henricus Marters, born in
Zedelghem, Belgium on December 27.


                                   BIRTH NOTICES
                                      YEAR 5
                             ISSUES 1-52   (1894/1895)

Issue #1      Wednesday, March 7, 1894               Page #5

A few days ago Aug. Ijsbaert of Fort Howard was presented with a new daughter.

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Watermolen of Green Bay, a son.

Issue #2     Wednesday, March 14, 1894             Page #5
Wednesday arrived a daughter to the house of Mr. and Mrs. C. Arts. Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Len Verber, a daughter.

Jac. Van Dommelen was last week the father to a son.

Mr. and Mrs. Julius Puimbroek of Kaukauna are the lucky parents of their firstborn child, a son.

Issue #3       Wednesday, March 21, 1894             Page #5

Ant. Van Grunsren was Saturday presented with a daughter.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Willemsen of Allouez, a daughter.

Yesterday arrived a daughter to the house of Peter Smits.

Issue #4       Wednesday, March 28, 1894

No births reported.

Issue #5       Wednesday, April 4, 1894                      Page #4

Mrs. Richard Powers of Brillion, Calumet County presented her husband with a daughter, the
14th in the family.

Issue #6       Wednesday, April 11, 1894

No births reported.

Issue #7       Wednesday, April 18, 1894                     Page #5

Saturday a daughter to Henry DeBruin.

Mr. and Mrs. M. Marcelis, a son.

Friday arrived a daughter to C. Van Dyk on the west side.

Issue #8       Wednesday, April 25, 1894                     Page #5

Sunday evening a daughter to Mr. H. van Oss.

Issue #9       Wednesday, May 2, 1894                        Page #5

Last week arrived a young daughter to the house of Fred. Marcelis.

The family of Andries Jansen was increased last week with a daughter.

From Little Chute, John Bies is joyed that a son arrived last week to his house.
Issue #10      Wednesday, May 9, 1894

No births reported

Issue #11      Wednesday, May 16, 1894              Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Linders of Ashwaubenon are thrilled over the birth of a daughter, No. 13.

Issue #12      Wednesday, May 23, 1894              Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Van de Wiele of Escanaba are joyed over the birth of a daughter.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vander Heider are thrilled over the birth of a young son.

Issue #13      Wednesday, May 30, 1894

No births reported.

Issue #14      Wednesday, June 6, 1894              Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. Chr. Hendriks are joyed over the birth of a young daughter.

Issue #15      Wednesday, June 13, 1894             Page #5

Wednesday arrived a daughter to the house of Mr. and Mrs. W. Rodaer of DePere.

The stork made a trip to Lawrence last week and brought a son to the home of Mart.
VanderHeiden.

Issue #16      Wednesday, June 20, 1894             Page #5

Thursday came a young Hollandsche girl to the house of Arn. Arts of DePere.

Wednesday arrived twins, both boys, to the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. McKeough of Green Bay.

Issue #17      Wednesday, June 27, 1894             Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. Math. Hermans from the west side are joyed at the birth of a young son.

Friday June 15 arrived a son to the house of Mr. and Mrs. Frank VanMullekon of Essexville, MI.

Issue #18      Wednesday, July 4, 1894

No births reported.

Issue #19      Wednesday, July 11, 1894
No births reported

Issue #20      Wednesday, July 18, 1894               Page #5

Yesterday arrived a daughter to the house of Mr. and Mrs. L. Diebels.

Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Smits are thrilled over the birth of a young son.

On June 25 arrived a young son to the house of Theo. Timmermans of Grayson, Nebraska.

Issue #21      Wednesday, July 25, 1894               Page #4

A daughter to the house of Albert Ebben, west side.

Issue #21      Wednesday, July 25, 1894               Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. John Smits of DePere were blessed last week with the birth of a young son.

Issue #22      Wednesday, August 1, 1894              Page #5

A daughter to Albert Veltens.

Issue #23      Wednesday, August 8, 1894              Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. J. Ambrosius of Lawrence are thrilled over the birth of a son last week.

Issue #24      Wednesday, August 15, 1894

No births reported.

Issue #25      Wednesday, August 22, 1894

No births reported.

Issue #26      Wednesday, August 29, 1894

No births reported.

Issue #27      Wednesday, September 5, 1894                 Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. Jos. M. Smits are joyed over the birth of a daughter.

Issue #28      Wednesday, September 12, 1894                Page #5

A young blacksmith arrived Sunday to the house of Henry Heymans in DePere.

Issue #29      Wednesday, September 19, 1894                Page #5
A daughter to John Lassee.

Saturday arrived a daughter to the house of Jacob Van der Zanden of Fort Howard.

By Theodore Heuvelmans of Wrightstown is last week a young mason come, this is number 6.

Issue #30      Wednesday, September 26, 1894                Page #5

Last week a daughter arrived to the house of Wm. Albers.

Issue #31      Wednesday, October 3, 1894

No births reported.

Issue #32      Wednesday, October 10, 1894                  Page #5

Born to the house of P. J. Jansen, in Cornelius, Oregon, a daughter.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Verstraten are overjoyed by the birth of a son.

Mr. and Mrs. Antoon Keizers of Lawrence are joyed from the birth of a son.

Issue #33      Wednesday, October 17, 1894                  Page #5

A son arrived last week to the house of Jos. Crabb.

Issue #34      Wednesday, October 24, 1894                  Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. J. Van der Bloemen on the west side are joyed over the birth of a daughter.

Issue #34      Wednesday, October 24, 1894                  Page #8

From Grayson, Nebraska: A daughter to Jacob Weyers.

From Grayson, Nebraska: A son to Frank Wassenberg.

From Grayson, Nebraska: A son to Antoon Dorshorst.

Issue #35      Wednesday, October 31, 1894

No births reported.

Issue #36      Wednesday, November 7, 1894

No births reported.
Issue #37      Wednesday, November 14, 1894                 Page #5

The Hollandsche stork before flying southwards brought last week Thursday to the house of John
Albers in Green Bay a fine daughter.

Issue #38      Wednesday, November 21, 1894

No births reported.

Issue #39      Wednesday, November 28, 1894                 Page #5

Wednesday arrived a young physician to the house of Dr. A.M. Kersten in DePere.

Issue #40      Wednesday, December 5, 1894                  Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. George Baeten of the west side are joyed over the birth of a daughter.

Mr. and Mrs. P. Van der Walle on the west side a fine young daughter.

Issue #41      Wednesday, December 12, 1894

No births reported.

Issue #42      Wednesday, December 19, 1894                 Page #5

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Janssen of the west side are joyed by the birth of a daughter.

The Flemish stork is just before the cold weather southwards left, Leonard Van de Walle a pair
of sons as Christmas gifts..

Issue #43      Wednesday, December 26, 1894

No births reported.

Issue #44      Wednesday, January 2, 1895

No births reported.

Issue #45      Wednesday, January 9, 1895           Page #5

W. Hocks received from his wife a daughter as a New Year’s present.

Issue #46      Wednesday, January 16, 1895

No births reported.

Issue #47      Wednesday, January 23, 1895                  Page #5
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Linskens of the west side are joyed over the birth of a son.

Issue #48      Wednesday, January 30, 1895                  Page #5

A daughter to the house of Jacob Smits Friday.

A son to Henry Arts Saturday.

A son by Peter Puimbroek yesterday.

Issue #49      Wednesday, February 6, 1895                  Page #5

Wednesday arrived a son to the house of George Huisenfelt.

Issue #50      Wednesday, February 13, 1895                         Page #5

Sunday arrived a son to the house of P. DeNobel.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pauls of Allouez are joyed by the birth of a son.

Friday morning arrived a son to the house of Martin Aerts in Ashwaubenon.

Issue #51      Wednesday, February 22, 1895                         Page #5

Mrs. J. Jansen presented her spouse Thursday with a Valentine in the form of a young daughter.

A son to the house of J. Van den Berg.

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 27, 1895                         Page #5

Last week a son arrived to the house of Peter Thomas.

Mr. and Mrs. P. van den berg of Phlox are joyed by the birth of a daughter.

Fred Bildens of Kaukauna was Saturday in Town and noted the birth of a young daughter..
                               WEDDING NOTICES
                                      YEAR 5
                             ISSUES 1-52   (1894/1895)

Issue #1      Wednesday, March 7, 1894

No marriages reported.

Issue #2      Wednesday, March 14, 1894

No marriages reported

Issue #3      Wednesday, March 21, 1894

No marriages reported

Issue #4      Wednesday, March 28, 1894

No marriages reported.

Issue #5      Wednesday, April 4, 1894

No marriages reported.

Issue #6      Wednesday, April 11, 1894                  Page #4

Henry Kempen and Maria School of Hollandtown announce their first marriage bann.

Issue #6      Wednesday, April 11, 1894                  Page #5

This week in DePere, the weddings of Henry Aerts and Wilhelmina Verheyden; and Julius Van
den Branden with Delia Hermsen.

Issue #7      Wednesday, April 18, 1894                  Page #5

John Verhaag and Maria Schadrier were married today by Father Smits in St. Boniface's Church.

Wednesday of last week in Preble Albert Van der List of Bellevue and Annie Verheiden of
Preble were married by Father Bongers.

Today, Wednesday, in Preble will be the wedding of Charles Van den Bergh and Minnie
Watermolen, both of Preble
Wedding banns for Anton Veunissen and Nettie Rodaer both of Preble, and Philip Van den
Busch of Humboldt and Minnie Leeman of Preble. The first pair will marry on April 24. The
second pair will marry April 25.

Andrae Mathys of Preble and Maria Collaar, from over East River, will marry May 1.

Issue #8      Wednesday, April 25, 1894                  Page #5

Tuesday in the cathedral of Green Bay was the wedding of G. Vanderboom and Theresa Juenger
of Fort Howard.

Tuesday morning in Green Bay married George Van den Berg and Gertrude White. Wednesday
by Father de Lauw of Hollandtown in St. Willebrordus' Church were married his nephew Corn.
Van den Elzen and Mary Van der Leest.

Issue #9      Wednesday, May 2, 1894                     Page #5

Tuesday morning were by Reverend Mr. M. Anderess in Saints Peter and Paul Church in Green
Bay married Joseph Crabbe and Miss Rosa Calewaerts, both of Preble.

Issue #10     Wednesday, May 9, 1894                     Page #5

Wednesday morning was the wedding by Reverend Mr. W. Van Roosmalen of Green Bay of E.
F. Clabots and Miss Harriet VandePlas.

Issue #11     Wednesday, May 16, 1894                    Page #4

Last week in the Onze Lieve Vrouw Church in Marinette was the wedding of James Riley and
Sophia Hurkmans, both of that town.

Issue #11     Wednesday, May 16, 1894                    Page #4

Thursday of last week in Portland, Oregon was the wedding of Mr. Arthur Provoost and Miss
Anna Vanstralen.

Issue #12     Wednesday, May 23, 1894             Page #5

Last week in Atkinson, Ill. Were married Chas. Corijn from Moline and Miss Tollenaere,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Tollenaere.

Issue #13     Wednesday, May 30, 1894             Page #5

In the Hollandsche Church in DePere, the following marriage banns were announced; John
Franken with Miss Maria Tillemans, Cornelius Daanen with Miss Anna VanderLeest and Henry
Vissers with Miss Maria Toonen.
Tuesday of last week were in Little Chute by Father Knegtel married, Theodorus Weyenberg and
Miss Annie Jansen.

William Watermolen of Green Bay and Miss Annie M. Bartleme from Cooperstown were
married by Father Schwartzmeyer.

Issue #14     Wednesday, June 6, 1894             Page #4

Today (Tuesday) morning were by Father Verstegen in DePere in the bond of marriage John
Franken and Miss Maria Tillemans.

Wednesday will be in St. Willebrordus Church in Green Bay the wedding of Jacob Busch and
Miss Maria VanderZanden. Thursday morning will be the wedding of William VanKessel and
Miss Rosa Butrick.

Tomorrow (Wednesday) will Cornelius Daanen and Miss Anna VanderLeest marry in the
Hollandsche Church in DePere.

Tuesday were by Father Van Roosmalen of Green Bay wed John Reckoff and Miss Maria
VandenBerg. Mr. and Mrs. Reckhoff will settle in Harvey, South Dakota.

Issue #15     Wednesday, June 13, 1894            Page #5

A few days ago were in Hollandtown married Anton Heiting and Miss Lizzie Rademaker and
Barney Heiting and Miss G. Conraddie.

Tuesday of last week were married by Father Cautereels in Bay Settlement Anthony Bins of
Preble and Miss Mathilda Scheepmans.

This week by Father Verstegen in the Hollandsche Church in DePere married Henry Vissers and
Miss Maria Toonen.

Issue #16     Wednesday, June 20, 1894            Page #5

This morning in Little Chute was the wedding of George Van den Berg and Miss Minnie
Jansens.

Issue #17     Wednesday, June 27, 1894            Page #5

In Menominee was last week by Father Bourion of At. Anna’s Church the wedding of Fred
Lemieux and Miss Rosalia VandenBerg.

Today should in Little Chute be the wedding of Antoon Hietpas and Miss Johanna Van Gompel

Issue #18     Wednesday, July 4, 1894             Page #5
Miss Maria Cauwels, who on June 22 from Belgium to Rock Valley, Iowa came was on June 28
with Peter Viane there married.

Wednesday of last week was in St. Mary’s Church in Appleton the wedding of Dr. William
Comerford with Miss Lyda Peerenboom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Peerenboom.

Issue #19      Wednesday, July 11, 1894             Page #5

Saturday morning were married by Father Smitz in St. Boniface’s Church in DePere, Peter
Hoogeveen and Miss Maria Barbieure.

This morning in the Hollandsche church in DePere the wedding of John Trinker with Miss Maria
Smet.

Tuesday morning was in Duck Creek by Father Bell, the wedding of Fred C. Clabots and Miss
Minnie L. Brunette.

Issue #20      Wednesday, July 18, 1894             Page #5

In Grayson, Nebraska on June 29 was the wedding of Peter VanErt and Mrs Annie Smits, the
bride is the daughter of Arnold Smits, formerly of Little Chute and the bridegroom is the son of
Martin Van Ert of Hollandtown.

Issue #21      Wednesday, July 25, 1894

No weddings reported.

Issue #22      Wednesday, August 1, 1894

No weddings reported.

Issue #23      Wednesday, August 8, 1894            Page #5

Wednesday August 1, was by Father VanRoosmalen in Green Bay, the wedding of Hendricus
Raymakers and Miss Louisa Van Lorynen.

Issue #24      Wednesday, August 15, 1894

No weddings reported.

Issue #25      Wednesday, August 22, 1894

No weddings reported.

Issue #26      Wednesday, August 29, 1894

No weddings reported.
Issue #27     Wednesday, September 5, 1894

Yesterday morning by father Verstegen in DePere married Frank Dhooge and Miss Alice Smet.
Mr. and Mrs. Dhoode will live in Ashland where Mr. Dhooge dives a milk business.

This morning in the Hollandsche Church in DePere in marriage Jacob Schreurs and Johanna
Daanen.

Issue #28     Wednesday, September 12, 1894                Page #5

The marriage of Mr. Leopold Nobels of Brussels (better known to our readers as Brother
Anselmus) and fiancé Maria Mattele of Gent is announced.

Issue #29     Wednesday, September 19, 1894                Page #5

Today, Tuesday morning will be in the Catholic Church in Wrightstown by Father DeWilt in
marriage Antoon Coenen, son of Johannes Coenen (DePere, and Miss Petronella Van Zeeland,
daughter of Henry Van Zeeland.

Issue #30     Wednesday, September 26, 1894                Page #5

This morning by Father Verstegen in DePere in marriage Martin Franken and Ms. Dora DeBruin.

Harry Bartels and Miss Bridget McVey, of Wrightstown, will tomorrow in the Hollandsche
Church in DePere be wed.

Tuesday will be in Little Chute the wedding of Peter Oudenhoven and Ms. Van der Velden.

Issue #31     Wednesday, October 3, 1894            Page #5

Today should in the Hollandsche Church in DePere by Father Verstegen in marriage Henry
Heyrman, master servant of the Volksstem printer, son of J. B. Heyrman, of this publication, and
Ms. Gertrude Maria, daughter of Peter Toonen.

Issue #32     Wednesday, October 10, 1894

No weddings reported.

Issue #33     Wednesday, October 17, 1894                  Page #5

This morning should by Father Smith in St. Boniface’s Church married Wm. Rupiper and Ms.
Annie Janssen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Janssen.

Issue #34     Wednesday, October 24, 1894

No weddings reported.
Issue #35     Wednesday, October 31, 1894                 Page #5

John Pauwels and Ms. Maria Hoffmas are this morning in the Hollandsche Church in DePere
married.

Last week in Hollandsche Church the wedding of John Bushman of Wrightstown and Miss
Weyers of Hollandtown.

In Little Chute was last week the wedding of A. Hietpas and Miss Maria Willems of Kimberly.

A few weeks ago in Wrightstown were married Willie Valk and Ms. B. Morrill.

Thursday morning will by father Roosmolen in Green bay wed Jos. Voncks and Ms. Maria
Penjean.

Issue #36     Wednesday, November 7, 1894                 Page #5

Tuesday last week were by Father Knegtel in Little Chute married Edwaurd Lamers and Miss
Annie Van den Heuvel; and William Kroll and Miss Minnie Lamers.

Issue #37     Wednesday, November 14, 1894                Page #5

Tuesday of last week in Freedom by Father Selbach were married Theodore Van den Broek and
Miss Minnie Zeggeling. They will live in Kaukauna.

Issue #38     Wednesday, November 21, 1894                Page #5

Cornelius Van De Hai and Miss Cornelia Cornelissen will be married this morning by Father
Verstegen in DePere.

Tuesday of last week by father Geissler in Kaukauna were married Charles Reynolds and Ms.
Catharine Weyenberg.

Issue #39     Wednesday, November 28, 1894                Page #5

Frank Clark and Miss Marcellis will Thursday by Father DeWildt in Wrightstown marry.

Today, Tuesday will in St. Willebrordus’ Church in Green bay be the marriage of John B. Engels
and Miss Mamie Van Kessel.

Issue #40     Wednesday, December 5, 1894

No weddings reported.

Issue #41     Wednesday, December 12, 1894
No weddings reported.

Issue #42     Wednesday, December 19, 1894

No weddings reported.

Issue #43     Wednesday, December 26, 1894

No weddings reported.

Issue #44     Wednesday, January 2, 1895

No weddings reported.

Issue #45     Wednesday, January 9, 1895

No weddings reported.

Issue #46     Wednesday, January 16, 1895                Page #5

Thursday of last week by Father Verstegen in Hollandsche Church in DePere were married
Herman J. Lom and widow J. Duller.

Wednesday morning was by Father Van Roosmalen in Green Bay the marriage of Joseph
Lurquin and Miss Julia Walters.

Tuesday last week by Father Lochman in St. Joseph’s Church in Oconto the wedding of Peter
Cremers, carpenter there, and Miss Tillie D’Hont.

Issue #47     Wednesday, January 23, 1895

No weddings reported.

Issue #48     Wednesday, January 30, 1895                Page #5

Tuesday of last week in Green Bay by Father Roosmalen were married Herman Verheyen and
Miss Josephine Verbeeck.

Issue #49     Wednesday, February 6, 1895

No weddings reported.

Issue #50     Wednesday, February 13, 1895               Page #5

Wednesday of last week in Wrightstown the wedding of Laurentius Van den Berg of Kaukauna
and Miss Mary Lucas of Greenleaf.
This week in Centerville, Oregon were married Peter Broeren and Ms. Katie Peters.

Issue #51     Wednesday, February 20, 1895                Page #5

From Little Chute: Tuesday morning were here in marriage united John Wijngoord and Miss
Maria Verstegen.

Issue #52     Wednesday, February 27, 1895

This week in Freedom the marriage of Antoon Smits and Miss Minnie Coffey.

The last week in the catholic church in Wrightstown the marriage of Peter Biese and Miss
Maggie Garrity.

This morning through Father Gallager in St. Francis’ Church in DePere the wedding of Christian
J. Smith, oldest son of John Smith, and Miss Minnie Hill.
                              YEAR 5 OBITUARY INDEX

Agrell, Gustaaf            Dec. 26, 1894    Fink, Jos.                    Oct. 3, 1894
Albers, Hendrikus          Mar. 21, 1894    Follett, Mrs. Rosamond        Aug. 29, 1894
                                            Fontaine, Leopold             Dec. 5, 1894
Becker, Antoon Godfrey     Sept. 26, 1894   Franc, Daughter               Mar. 14, 1894
Becker, George A.          Sept. 12, 1894
Bell, Henry                Aug. 1, 1894     Gerk, Harriette               May 2, 1894
Bitters, Theodorus         July 11, 1894    Geurts, Daughter              June 6, 1894
Bolena, Mrs. Martin        Dec. 26, 1894    Geurts, Son                   Nov. 14, 1894
Bos, Henry                 Sept. 19, 1894   Gilson, Alfred                June 13, 1894
Boulanger, Peter           June 20, 1894
Bouraul, William           Oct. 31, 1894    Hagemeister, Louis            Feb. 27, 2895
Braan, John                Dec. 26, 1894    Hahenberg, Mrs.               Mar. 7, 1894
Brettschneider, Jos.       Apr. 25, 1894    Hanes, Frank P.               Apr. 25, 1894
Briquelet, Mrs. John       May 2, 1894      Hartjes, Child                Sept. 12, 1894
Brogman, Lizzie            Apr. 4, 1894     Hartzheim, Mike               Mar. 14, 1894
Burke, Unnamed             July 25, 1894    Heavenbacher, A.L.            Dec. 26, 1894
                                            Henrigillis, Anna Josephina   June 13, 1894
Calcutt, John              Dec. 26, 1894    Hermann, Herman Henry         Aug. 1, 1894
Cashman, Wm.               Oct. 17, 1894    Hockers, Gertruda             Aug. 29, 1894
Clark, James               Jan. 30, 1895    Hocks, Daniel                 Nov. 28, 1894
Coopmans, John             June 13, 1894    Hooymans, Mrs. J. A.          Apr. 4, 1894
Coulte, Willard            Nov. 21, 1894                                  Apr. 11, 1894
Counhan, Daughter          June 6, 1894     Hubers, Mrs. Martinus         Jan. 30, 1895
Cragin, Charles            May 16, 1894     Huitink, Mrs. B               Mar. 21, 1894
Croymans, Jacob            July 11, 1894    Hutton, John                  May 16, 1894

Deelen, Johanna Maria Sopia Apr. 18, 1894   Jacobsen, John                Mar. 28, 1894
DeGroot, Frank              Feb. 13, 1895   Jansen, Daughter              Aug. 22, 1894
DeKelver, Petrus            Mar. 21, 1894   Jansen, Daughter              Aug. 22, 1894
DeKlaver, Louis             Jan. 30, 1895   Jansen, Elisabeth             Oct. 10, 1894
DeLouw, Rev. Andreas        Feb. 20, 1895   Janssen, Antoon               Dec. 5, 1894
Delvaux, Son                Jan. 9, 1895                                  Dec. 12, 1894
Denning, Mrs. Peter         Mar. 28, 1894   Janssen, Theodorus            Aug. 8, 1894
DePauw, Bernardus Frans. Aug. 8, 1894       Jewett, Wm.                   July 18, 1894
Derks, Lucy R.              Nov. 14, 1894   Jobelius, Mrs.                July 25, 1894
DeRuwe, Anna                Feb. 27, 1895
Destache, Theo.             May 16, 1894    Kamps, Maria                  Aug. 15, 1894
Dohn, Mrs. Adam             Jan. 16, 1895   Katers, Jordanus              June 13, 1894
Dollar, Joseph              July 4, 1894    Keir, F. J.                   Feb. 13, 1895
                                            Kerkvliet, Catharina Hendr.   Oct. 31, 1894
Eckhart, Oswald A.         Feb. 6, 1895     Klaus, Philip                 Aug. 1, 1894
Ehrensperger, Mary         Jan. 23, 1895    Kolocheski, Mrs. Francis      Dec. 5, 1894
Engels, Clara              Sept. 12, 1894   Krischer, Herman              May 23, 1894
                                            Kuhn, Max                     July 11, 1894
Fiedler, Son               July 11, 1894
Lanoye, George             July 4, 1894
Liebergen, Maria Theresa   July 25, 1894   Tennis, Henry              May 23, 1894
Linders, Daughter          June 13, 1894   Terneuzen, Joseph          Nov. 14, 1894
Lom, Anna                  June 27, 1894   Tervooren, Jan             Apr. 25, 1894
                                           Thijsen, Son               Dec. 19, 1894
MacDonald, D.              Mar. 21, 1894   Tillemans, John            May 23, 1894
Malliette, Frank           June 27, 1894   Timmermans, Paul           July 18, 1894
Martens, Bernard           Apr. 25, 1894   Timmers, Arnoldus          Apr 4, 1894
Martin, Mrs.               Dec. 26, 1894   Toel, Mrs. Maria           Sept. 26, 1894
Mermuys, Adries            Apr. 18, 1894   Tysen, Child               Dec. 12, 1894
Meulemans, Louis           Dec. 5, 1894    Tysen, John                Dec. 12, 1894
Meulemans, Mrs. Wm.        Aug. 15, 1894
Minnokovinski, August      May 16, 1894    Uhl, Child                 Aug. 8, 1894
Motief, Frank              Apr. 11, 1894   Unknown                    Mar. 21, 1894
                                           Unknown                    Aug. 8, 1894
Oudenhoven, John           Nov. 14, 1894
                                           Van Abel, Philomene Joh.   Dec. 12, 1894
Parker, Mrs. E. F.         Aug. 8, 1894    Van Boxel, Son             Aug. 8, 1894
Pennings, Child            Dec. 26, 1894   Van de Lieffoort, Albert   Nov. 28, 1894
Persons, Milton P.         Jan. 16, 1895   Van den Berg, Peter        Dec. 26, 1894
Peters, Mrs.               Nov. 14, 1894   Van den Boom, Mrs. M.      July 25, 1894
Powers, Mrs. Mary          June 13, 1894   Van den Heuvel, Gertruda   May 16, 1894
Pfund, George              Dec. 26, 1894   Van den Heuvel, Jennie     Jan. 16, 1895
Puimbroek, Son             Feb. 6, 1895    Van den Heuvel, John       Apr. 25, 1894
                                           Van der Eicken, Antoon     Apr. 4, 1894
Rahn, Albert               Dec. 26, 1894   Van der Hai, Cornelius     Mar. 21, 1894
Redman, Jane               May 2, 1894     Van de Voort, Daughter     July 25, 1894
Reiders, Child             Dec. 12, 1894   Van de Walle, Child        Jan. 23, 1895
Reiders, Child             Dec. 12, 1894   Van de Walle, Son          Sept. 19, 1894
Romenesko, Michael         Aug. 1, 1894    Van Deuren, Child          June 27, 1894
Rondou, Lizzie             Dec. 12, 1894   Van Doren, Mrs. A.         Jan. 16, 1895
Rondou, Maria Theresa      Oct 24, 1894    Van Doren, Arnoldina       Jan. 16, 1895
Rynders, Leonard           Apr. 18, 1894   Van Dyk, Maria Anna        May 16, 1894
                                           Van Dyke, Son              Aug. 1, 1894
Saellens, Marie            Nov. 14, 1894   Van Dyke, Peter            Feb. 20, 1895
Sanders, Mrs. Mary         June 20, 1894   Van Ells, John             Feb. 13, 1895
Schafer, Peter             Oct. 31, 1894   Van Handel, Child          Aug. 8, 1894
Schauer, George            Aug. 8, 1894    Van Handel, Dina           Aug. 15, 1894
Schrom, Mrs. Henry         July 18, 1894   Van Handel, John           Aug. 8, 1894
Schuster, George           Aug. 8, 1894    Van Hooft, Antoon          Sept. 26, 1894
Servaas, Maria Josepha     Mar. 7, 1894    Van Lanen, Child           Apr. 4, 1894
Seuren, Arnoldus           Jan. 30, 1895   Van Lanen, Frank           Mar. 28, 1894
Sharon, John               Nov. 21, 1894   Van Praet, Pelazie         June 6, 1894
Smits, Mrs. Lambert        Jan. 23, 1895   Van Rixtel, Child          Dec. 26, 1894
Spierings, Child           May 16, 1894    Veekman, Joseph            Aug. 22, 1894
Spierings, Child           June 20, 1894   Vekemen, Mrs. J. B.        Dec. 5, 1894
Stoffels, Annie            Aug. 15, 1894   Verkuilen, John            Oct. 24, 1894
Verstegen, Gerard      Apr. 25, 1894
Vissers, Daughter      Nov. 21, 1894
Vissers, Son           Nov. 21, 1894

Weyberg, Emanuel       Mar. 7, 1894
Willemsen, Arnoldina   Apr. 4, 1894
Willemsen, Martinus    Feb. 27, 1895
Williams, John B.      Nov. 7, 1894
Windgrove, Wm.         May 16, 1894

Yenger, John           Aug. 8, 1894

				
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