Johann Joerg Volck
M, b. circa 1700, d. November 6, 1761
- Birth: Johann Joerg Volck was born circa 1700.
- Marriage: He and Anna Katharina Schaefer were married on February 3, 1720.
- Death: Johann Joerg Volck died on November 6, 1761 in Freistett, Offenburg, Baden, Germany.
M, b. circa 1670
- Birth: Theodorus Schumacher was born circa 1670.
Maria Gertrudis Beisbach
F, b. circa 1670
- Birth: Maria Gertrudis Beisbach was born circa 1670.
M, b. circa 1950, d. yes
- Birth: Gary Schommer was born circa 1950.
- Death: He died yes.
F, b. circa 1862
- Birth: Gertrude Hertel was born circa 1862.
F, b. January 1880
- Birth: Rosa Miller was born in January 1880.
- Marriage: She and Charles Kessler were married on June 2, 1903 in Chilton, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.
M, b. March 1882
- Birth: Arthur Miller was born in March 1882.
F, b. circa 1884
- Birth: Josephine Miller was born circa 1884.
F, b. circa 1885
- Birth: Mary Miller was born circa 1885.
F, b. circa 1886
- Birth: Florence Miller was born circa 1886.
M, b. circa 1888
- Birth: Leo Miller was born circa 1888.
F, b. circa 1889
- Birth: Edna Miller was born circa 1889.
M, b. circa 1860
- Birth: Wonderling Miller was born circa 1860.
M, b. circa 1880
- Birth: Charles Kessler was born circa 1880.
- Marriage: He and Rosa Miller were married on June 2, 1903 in Chilton, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.
M, b. circa 1827
- Birth: John Morgan was born circa 1827 in Ireland.
M, b. September 17, 1854, d. April 16, 1927
- Birth: John Morgan was born on September 17, 1854 in Ontario, Canada.
- Marriage: He and Eliza Nicholson were married on October 23, 1872 in Charlestown, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: John Morgan died on April 16, 1927, at age 72.
- Note: FORMER GHILTON
MAN DIES AT HOME
Funeral Services for Father o
Former Badger Attorne
General Held Today
seph of Detroit, autoed
and surprised the Gage
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McHugh, Dorris
Aebischer. Jerry Fields and Robert
WcHugh of Chilton. were guests of
.Ir. and Mrs. Math. Baer.
Mr. and lire. Math Baer were Appleton
Kankanna —Alvin Kittell of Wau-
•cesan spent the weekend in Kaukauna
Norman Paschen or Green Bay
pent Sunday in Kaukauna -with relatives.
Dietzler visited friends at
"William Smith, returned from a
several days' visit in Madison and
Platteville on Monday.
Robert McCarty returned to Marqueue
university Monday after spending
his Easter "vacation with friends
and relatives in Kaukauna.
Miss Regina Callahan returned to
Milwaukee formal Monday after
spending a week with her "mother,
Mrs. J. Callahan.
Brenzel Van Lieshout of Marquette
university returned to school Monday
after spending several days* vacation
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. William
James Cavanaugh spent the weekend
with friends at Berlin.
Miss Laura Mau of Stockbridge visited
at the home of her father, John
Mau. ox'er the weekend.
Myron Black of Xeenaa spent the
weekend with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James Black.
Miss Naomi Tate of Oshkosh Normal
spent Easter with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tate.
Miss Alice EnghoWts of Oshkosh
Normal spent the weekend with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Engholdts.
Chillon—John Morgan, a forme
resident of this city, died at the horn
of his daughter, Mrs. William Meyer
in Xew Richmond on Saturday after
noon, after a long illness. Mr. Morga
was born in Canada in 1S33. and cam
to this country with his parents as
small child. The family located on
farm near Hayton. In 1872 he wa
united in marriage to Miss Eliza Kich
olson of Hayton, and they went t<
housekeeping on a farm near tha
place. They operated various farm
m this and Manitowoc-cos until eigh
years ago when they moved to thii
city, where they continued to residi
until failing health compelled them t<
give up their home and go to live wit!
their daughter in New Richmono.
Four children were born to them, al
of who survive with the widow. They
are Mrs. William Meyer of New Rich
mond, Mrs. G. G. Witt of Omro, and
Mrs. David -Morgan of Cato, and Wil
liam Morgan of Milwaukee formerl>
attorney general for the state of Wis
consin. He also leaves one sister
Mrs. John Weeks of this city, si.
grandchildren and three great grand
children. The body was brought to
this city on Monday morning. The
funeral was held at 10:30 from St.
Boniface Bpiscopal church. The Ma
sonic burial' service was conducted ai
the grave by Rev. V. Lane. Interment
was in Hillside cemetery. The bear,
crs were John Piper, Louis Rupp
Theodore Steudel, Frederick Aebischer
Sr., Arthur Hipke and Herman Alves
George Berger went to Fond du
Lac Saturday, to attend the funeral o
E. A. Kremer, who died on Wednes'
day. Mr. Kremer was former postmaster
of Fond du Lac, and during
the war was chairman of Fond du
Lac Co. for the united war work cam
William Schaefer and daughter Ru
by. went to Fond du Lac Saturday to
attend the funeral of Mrs. Schaefer's
uncle, John Heller, who died at his
home in that city Wednesday after
noon. Mr. Heller, who was a Civi
war veteran, was 92 years of age. He
is survived by his widow, one daughter,
Laura, and three sons, George
Louis and Edward, all of the town of
Misses Georgians, and Luella, teach,
ers in the Kenosha public schools
spent their vacation at the home of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Dr. and Mrs. Leo Flatley and children
of Kenosha. spent Easter at the
home of the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Thos. ^Flatley.
Miss Genevieve Flatley, a teacher In
the public schools of Kenosha, i
spending her vacation at her home
in this city.
Alois Pfeffer, a student in Marquette
university, is spending his vacation
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs
A. J. Pfeffer.
Vincent McHugh, a student in the
Marquette law school. Is visiting his
parents over Easter.
Miss lone Frankmann, a student in
the local high school, is spending the
Easter vacation with her parents in
the town of Russell.
Mrs. C. D. Klumb visited relatives
in Milwaukee during the past week.
Henry and Otto Kleist of Potter
were Chilton visitors Saturday.
Mrs. B. A. Ivorson and daughter of
Plymouth are visiting at the home of
the former's sister, Mrs. Charles Lutner.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Burt Johnson and
daughter Elberta. are spending a few
days at their home in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hipke of Pe«htigo.
arrived in this city Wednesday
for a visit at the home of the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hipke.
Miss Rona Ziegan, who is attending
the county normal school at Kaukauna,
is spending the Easter vacation
at her home in this city.
Mrs. Luke Owens is visiting at the
home of her son. Dr. George Forkln,
Miss Christine Weeks of Green Bay
•s spending a few days at the home of
her mother. Mrs. Catherine Weeks.
-«tiss Gwendolyn Freund of Reedsville.
is visiting at the home of h»r
aunt. Mrs. Louis Ricker.
Werner Schaefer of Milwaukee
spent Easter Sunday at the home of
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Miss Jeanette Fox. who is attending
Rosary college at River Forest 111
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F, b. April 29, 1850, d. August 24, 1931
Family: John Morgan (b. September 17, 1854, d. April 16, 1927)
- Birth: Eliza Nicholson was born on April 29, 1850 in Rochester, Monroe Co, New York.
- Marriage: She and John Morgan were married on October 23, 1872 in Charlestown, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: Eliza Nicholson died on August 24, 1931, at age 81, in Chilton, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.