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Mabel Agnes Schultz

F, b. December 21, 1921, d. November 24, 2004

Family: James Peter Robillard (b. June 3, 1918, d. February 24, 1997)

Biography

  • Birth: Mabel Agnes Schultz was born on December 21, 1921 in Shawano County, Wisconsin.
  • Death: She died on November 24, 2004, at age 82, in Green Bay, Brown Co, Wisconsin.

Carson Goodwin

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Parents

John Clune

M, b. circa 1790

Family:

Biography

  • Birth: John Clune was born circa 1790 in Ireland.

Dennis Clune

M, b. 1828, d. February 1911

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Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Dennis Clune was born in 1828 in Ireland.
  • Death: He died in February 1911, at age ~83, in Amberg, Marinette Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: He was buried in St Francis Cemetery, Hollandtown, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Dennis Clune, aged 82 years, a pioneer of the state and a former resident of Holland for forty years, died last week Thursday at the home of his daughter-in-law Mrs. James Clune at Niagara. His remains were brought to Kaukauna Saturday morning and interred the side of his wife and two children in the cemetery of St. Francis church, Rev. Father Vander Elsen officiating.
    Mr. Clune came from Ireland in 1848 and settling in the deep woods at Hollandtown on some land he took up from the government carved himself out a home after many hardships incident to pioneer life in those early times. Twenty-two years ago his two children James Clune and Mrs. Slattery having become residents of Quinnesec, Mr. and Mrs. Clune became dissatisfied away from their society so much of the time, sold the old homestead and removed to Quinnesec. The mother died about eight years ago and was interred here in the family lot and in less than two weeks her daughter who came to Kaukauna with the body of her mother was taken sick here at a hotel and died and about the same time James, the son, was taken ill and died within a few weeks.
    Dennis Clune with a rugged constitution and much older was the only survivor. Since the death of his wife he had made his home with his son's wife who tenderly cared for him when declining health came upon him and he felt the end approaching.
    His brother Daniel Clune of Buchanan, now dead, was once Clerk of the Court for Outagamie county and also assessor for several years of his town.

Andrew Maloney

M, b. circa 1852, d. June 1911

Parents

  • Father: Michael Maloney (b. November 29, 1822, d. February 20, 1897)
  • Mother: Mary Doyle (b. August 1829, d. December 29, 1915)

Family: Susan Brady (b. circa 1852)

Biography

  • Birth: Andrew Maloney was born circa 1852 in Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: He and Susan Brady were married in 1882 in Iowa.
  • Death: Andrew Maloney died in June 1911 in Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois.
  • Note: Kaukauna Times
    June 30, 1911
    FORMER RESIDENT DEAD
    James W. Dougherty received a message from Chicago Monday which conveyed the sad intelligence of the death of his wife's brother, Andrew Maloney, a former resident of Kaukauna. Mr. Maloney had been out with his children for a trolley ride. Upon returning to within one block of their home and while alighting from the car the same was started suddenly and Mr. Maloney was thrown headlong to the pavement, fracturing his skull. The accident occurred last Thursday evening and he died Monday at Lakeside hospital, having never regained consciousness. The deceased was born on the Michael Maloney from here in 1852. When he reached manhood he drifted to Stone City, Iowa, where he was married to Miss Susan Brady in 1882. In 1891 they removed to Chicago. He is survived by his widow and three children, one son and two daughters.
    The oldest son of the Mahoney family, August, was killed in a railway accident down Main avenue hill on the south side in this city in 1889, while returning home from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Dougherty who were then residents of the old Dougherty store near St. Mary's church.

Mary Maloney

F, b. circa 1856

Parents

  • Father: Michael Maloney (b. November 29, 1822, d. February 20, 1897)
  • Mother: Mary Doyle (b. August 1829, d. December 29, 1915)

Biography

  • Birth: Mary Maloney was born circa 1856.

Richard Maloney

M, b. circa 1858

Parents

  • Father: Michael Maloney (b. November 29, 1822, d. February 20, 1897)
  • Mother: Mary Doyle (b. August 1829, d. December 29, 1915)

Family: Mary Lee (b. May 2, 1869, d. January 21, 1920)

Biography

  • Birth: Richard Maloney was born circa 1858.
  • Marriage: He and Mary Lee were married on June 28, 1889 in DePere, Brown Co, Wisconsin.

Julia Maloney

F, b. circa 1860

Parents

  • Father: Michael Maloney (b. November 29, 1822, d. February 20, 1897)
  • Mother: Mary Doyle (b. August 1829, d. December 29, 1915)

Biography

  • Birth: Julia Maloney was born circa 1860.

Bridget Maloney

F, b. circa 1862

Parents

  • Father: Michael Maloney (b. November 29, 1822, d. February 20, 1897)
  • Mother: Mary Doyle (b. August 1829, d. December 29, 1915)

Biography

  • Birth: Bridget Maloney was born circa 1862.

Anna Maloney

F, b. circa 1864

Parents

  • Father: Michael Maloney (b. November 29, 1822, d. February 20, 1897)
  • Mother: Mary Doyle (b. August 1829, d. December 29, 1915)

Biography

  • Birth: Anna Maloney was born circa 1864.

Frances Maloney

F, b. circa 1866

Parents

  • Father: Michael Maloney (b. November 29, 1822, d. February 20, 1897)
  • Mother: Mary Doyle (b. August 1829, d. December 29, 1915)

Biography

  • Birth: Frances Maloney was born circa 1866.

Thomas Maloney

M, b. circa 1868, d. August 24, 1885

Parents

  • Father: Michael Maloney (b. November 29, 1822, d. February 20, 1897)
  • Mother: Mary Doyle (b. August 1829, d. December 29, 1915)

Biography

  • Birth: Thomas Maloney was born circa 1868 in Kaukauna, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: He died on August 24, 1885 in Kaukauna, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: He was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Kaukauna, Wisconsin.

Inez Egan

F, b. 1892

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Inez Egan was born in 1892.

Robert Fischer

M, b. February 3, 1865, d. September 11, 1911

Parents

  • Father: Joseph Fischer (b. November 15, 1826, d. August 16, 1902)
  • Mother: Barbara Lutz (b. October 5, 1830, d. November 28, 1901)

Family: Katharina Steidl (b. December 15, 1865, d. December 4, 1916)

Biography

  • Birth: Robert Fischer was born on February 3, 1865.
  • Marriage: He and Katharina Steidl were married on April 17, 1888.
  • Death: Robert Fischer died on September 11, 1911, at age 46, in Kaukauna, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: He was buried in St Mary's, Kaukauna, Wisconsin.
  • Note: COMMITTED SUICIDE

    Robert Fischer Takes His Own Life By the Rope Route.

    The Coroner's Jury Decides that His Mind Was Deranged By Excessive Use of Alcoholic Drink.

    Robert Fischer, proprietor of the meat market at the corner of Third street and Main avenue, committed suicide Monday noon by hanging himself in the barn at the rear of his shop. His lifeless body was found about 1:30 o'clock by Ed. Wolf, an employe of the market, who had just returned from dinner and had gone to the barn to see if the delivery horse had been fed. Mr. Wolf was startled to find Fischer hanging by the neck in the barn, having left him in the shop at noon when he departed for dinner. He immediately summoned assistance, the first one responding being Jos. Hendricks who happened to be passing, and together they hurriedly cut the rope around Fischer's neck and let the body down, hoping that life might not yet be extinct. Hendricks made an examination while Wolf summoned Dr. Nolan, but found that the heart had ceased to beat and that his arms were already cold, though the body was yet warm. Inasmuch as Fischer had been seen on the street passing the Grand View Hotel at about 12:20 and later in the alley by a neighbor at about 1 o'clock, his body could not have been hanging more than ten or fifteen minutes at the time it was found. Fischer had tied a slip knot in a small length of rope which hung suspended from a ring in the second floor of the barn, used to tie the horse to, and standing on a small box which he was seen to carry into the barn from the delivery wagon, slipped the noose over his head and then either jumped from the box or kicked it away so as to let his body hang. He seemed to have been determined to end his life and planned the act without hesitation for he might have stepped back onto the box again had he changed his mind as the box was still beneath his feet. He deliberately choked himself to death in a position where he might have stood up at any time or else lost consciousness as soon as he stepped from the box. Undertaker Jansky was called and took charge of the remains and conveyed them to the house soon after.

    Fischer had been a heavy drinker for a long period and his physical and mental condition had been undermined by constant and excessive use of strong liquor. This had led to business difficulties and family estrangement which had so preyed upon his weakened and liquor stupefied brain until he was no longer in his right mind and had of late been in almost a constant state of apparent brooding, doing and saying strange things about the shop and paying no attention to acquaintances whom he might pass on the street, shambling along with head down and seemingly in deep thought. About a month ago the Morris Packing Co. of Chicago; who had quite a heavy account against Fischer, took a bill of sale of his entire outfit as security for their claim, allowing him thirty days in which to liquidate. Part of the amount which was upwards of $280 had been settled, but the balance was to come due Monday and this along with his other conditions seemingly preyed on his mind until he undoubtedly became temporarily insane and resolved while in this condition to end his life. He had even been heard to remark that he guessed the quickest way to settle the claim would be by an act of this kind, as he passed his hand across his throat while concluding the remark. No attention was paid to this at the time, however, as the one to whom he had addressed his remark did not know of his business entanglement.

    A coroner's jury was empaneled by Justice Mulholland and Acting Chief McFadden under instructions from District Attorney Rooney, and an inquest held and after hearing the testimony of various witnesses who had been associated with him for some time, the jury decided that he had committed suicide while under mental derangement or temporary insanity.

    Fischer, who was aged 46 years, 7 months and 8 days, having been born in Austria on February 3, 1865, leaves a widow and six children, three boys and three girls. He carried $3,000 life insurance, $2,000 with the Catholic Order of Foresters and $1,000 with the Catholic Knights of Wisconsin. The funeral was held from St Mary's church Thursday morning, with interment at St. Mary's cemetery.

Katharina Steidl

F, b. December 15, 1865, d. December 4, 1916

Family: Robert Fischer (b. February 3, 1865, d. September 11, 1911)

Biography

  • Birth: Katharina Steidl was born on December 15, 1865.
  • Marriage: She and Robert Fischer were married on April 17, 1888.
  • Death: Katharina Steidl died on December 4, 1916, at age 50.
  • Burial: She was buried in St Mary's, Kaukauna, Wisconsin.

Otto Fischer

M, b. December 12, 1889, d. July 4, 1980

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Otto Fischer was born on December 12, 1889.
  • Death: He died on July 4, 1980, at age 90.
  • Burial: He was buried in St Mary's, Kaukauna, Wisconsin.

William Fischer

M, b. August 9, 1891, d. February 10, 1995

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: William Fischer was born on August 9, 1891.
  • Death: He died on February 10, 1995, at age 103.

Joseph Fischer

M, b. June 24, 1893

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Joseph Fischer was born on June 24, 1893.

Barbara Fischer

F, b. September 22, 1895, d. September 22, 1962

Parents

Family: Clyde Adelbert Carter (b. October 1, 1894, d. January 19, 1974)

Biography

  • Birth: Barbara Fischer was born on September 22, 1895.
  • Marriage: She and Clyde Adelbert Carter were married on June 28, 1921.
  • Death: Barbara Fischer died on September 22, 1962, at age 67.

Clyde Adelbert Carter

M, b. October 1, 1894, d. January 19, 1974

Family: Barbara Fischer (b. September 22, 1895, d. September 22, 1962)

Biography

  • Birth: Clyde Adelbert Carter was born on October 1, 1894 in Seymour, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: He and Barbara Fischer were married on June 28, 1921.
  • Death: Clyde Adelbert Carter died on January 19, 1974, at age 79, in Marinette, Marinette Co, Wisconsin.

Alma Fischer

F, b. May 14, 1900, d. July 26, 1923

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Alma Fischer was born on May 14, 1900.
  • Death: She died on July 26, 1923, at age 23.

Diane Marie Brault

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Daniel Wayne Salzman

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Kenneth R Eichhorst

M, b. June 2, 1919, d. April 4, 2017

Family: Bernice S Greve (b. March 14, 1921, d. February 23, 2002)

Biography

  • Birth: Kenneth R Eichhorst was born on June 2, 1919 in Brillion, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: He and Bernice S Greve were married on June 6, 1942 in Kasson, Manitowoc Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Kenneth R Eichhorst died on April 4, 2017, at age 97, in Brillion, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: He was buried in Highland Memorial Park, Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Kenneth R. Eichhorst, age 97 of Brillion, died on Tuesday April 4, 2017 at Brillion West Haven. He was born on June 2, 1919 in the Town of Brillion, son of the late Theodore and Annie (Fischer) Eichhorst. Kenneth married Bernice Greve on June 6, 1942 at Kasson. He farmed in the Town of Brillion and also worked at various businesses in the area. He enjoyed woodworking projects and tinkering with engines. He could fix just about anything. Kenneth was a member of St. Bartholomew Lutheran Church in Brillion. Survivors include a son, Jim Eichhorst of Brillion, a daughter Jeannine (Bryan) Krepline of Brillion, his grandchildren, Steve (Diane) Eichhorst, David (Robin) Eichhorst, Paula (Mike) Rahn, Quentin (Beth) Krepline, Kayla Krepline, Casondra (Jake) Webber, Heather (Michael) Huber, Erica Eichhorst, Erin Eichhorst, Elisa (Jay) Richardson and Tucker Eichhorst and numerous great grandchildren and great great grandchildren, a brother Raymond Eichhorst of Texas, a daughter-in-law "Freddy" Haas and other relatives also survive. He was preceded in death by his wife Bernice on February 23, 2002, 2 sons, Richard and Roger, a grandson Nathan Krepline and 2 daughters-in-law Pat Eichhorst and Nancy Eichhorst. Funeral service will be held on Saturday April 8, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Bartholomew Lutheran Church in Brillion. The Rev. Mark Krueger will officiate. Entombment will be at Highland Memorial Park in Appleton. Visitation will take place at the church on Saturday from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. Online condolences may be made at www.wieting-funeraslhome.com.