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NEUSER - MANITOWOC COUNTY, WI.

NEUSER - MANITOWOC COUNTY, WI.

Posted: 18 Aug 2001 10:05PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 14 May 2002 12:32AM GMT
Surnames: NEUSER
Is anyone researching Neuser ancestors in Manitowoc County, WI?

Michele

Re: NEUSER - MANITOWOC COUNTY, WI.

Claudette Debrey (View posts)
Posted: 12 Mar 2002 4:17AM GMT
Classification: Query
Michele... in reply to your Jan. 27th reply to me, I believe John Neuser's mother was Agnes and that he was born in Hanover, Germany. As of yet, I do not know who his father was. I found this info in my old notes since my last communication to you. I have requested a copy of his 'Declaration of Intent', that he made in Manitowoc on 10/31/1868. The intent lists his birth at 1834 but this is a little different that my notes. I see that Anton Neuser made his 'Declaration of Intent' in Manitowoc two days before John so perhaps they were related. I made a request on the internet to Green Bay for a copy of the 'Intent' but it will take up to 8 weeks to receive a response. Will let you know if it adds any additional info that would be of interest to you. I think I already mentioned that John was my great-grandfather.

My only daughter is named Michele. It always was a favorite name!


Regards,
Claudette



Re: NEUSER - MANITOWOC COUNTY, WI.

Posted: 13 Mar 2002 1:20AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 14 May 2002 12:32AM GMT
Surnames: Neuser
Thank You for your reply Claudette

I have Anton Neuser's date of birth as June 24, 1836. He and John Neuser were extremely close in age. I have his parents listed as Abraham Neuser and Katherine Neuman. That does not coincide with your information on John Neuser. I'm sure they are related. We'll have to see what developes. Please keep me informed. I will contact you if I learn more.

You have a Michele too? Actually, I was named after my dad. (Michael) My mom loved the name Michele, so it was unanimous.

Thanks Again,
Michele

Re: NEUSER - MANITOWOC COUNTY, WI.

Gary F. Neuser (View posts)
Posted: 26 Oct 2002 11:03PM GMT
Classification: Query
No, however there are several members of my extended family that are in various stages of research concerning our family name (Neuser or Noise-er). Most of us are from Central New York (Syracuse area). Please e-mail me if you think we have some common interests in this regard.
Thanks,
Gary Neuser
Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army, Retired

Re: NEUSER - MANITOWOC COUNTY, WI.

William Neuser (View posts)
Posted: 4 Jan 2003 3:25PM GMT
Classification: Query
I currently live outside Detroit, but my father Reinhold was a Manitowoc native (my mother's family had the dam and grain mill at Manitowoc Rapids. I have some knowledge going back a couple generations and know that my grandfather's five sisters all became nuns and are all buried at Silver Lake College (I tracked down the five headstones) and their parents are also buried their (in the oldest area) with their daughters.

Re: NEUSER - MANITOWOC COUNTY, WI.

Kenneth Neuser (View posts)
Posted: 25 Jun 2003 1:49AM GMT
Classification: Query
You are my first cousin! My dad, Adolph, and your dad, Reinhold, were brothers. I have a photo of the five nuns, the two Neuser boys (Charles Neuser would be your grandfather), and our great grandparents.

We live in Green Bay. From Adolph/Agnes Neuser yielded 7 boys and 3 girls.

Would be interested in what you have in terms of family history.

Re: NEUSER - MANITOWOC COUNTY, WI.

Posted: 9 May 2004 12:02AM GMT
Classification: Query
I've heard of the five nuns, but am not sure how my line fits in. My grandfather was Harold Neuser, son of Frank (& Elizabeth Ockstadt) Neuser, son of Carl (& Therese Bradel) Neuser, son of Eberhard (& Agnes Hartwig) Neuser. Eberhard and Therese's father Wolfgang Bradel were the immigrants. Are any of these names familiar to you?

Re: NEUSER - MANITOWOC COUNTY, WI.

Ken Neuser (View posts)
Posted: 9 May 2004 9:55PM GMT
Classification: Query
My records indicate that Eberhard Neuser married Agnesia, having sons Carl and Johannl. Carl married Theresia. Their son, Charles, was my grandfather. His five sisters all became nuns and we have that photograph. I suspect the other gentleman about the same age as my grandfather would be your grandfather.

I have never delved deeply into the family tree but would appreciate information if such is in your files.

Re: NEUSER - MANITOWOC COUNTY, WI.

Posted: 16 Aug 2004 12:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 24 Aug 2004 3:13PM GMT
I know the name "Ockstadt". Some of my Ancestors are with this name. This name has his roots in Dromersheim /Germany. If you there's a need to know about the Ockstadt's, contact me.

Re: NEUSER - MANITOWOC COUNTY, WI.

Terri (View posts)
Posted: 29 Mar 2005 1:32PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Neuser
Eberhard & Agnes's son Johann Carl (known as Carl) was christened 7 Sep 1846. This record was extracted from the "Katholisch, Kirchveischede, Westfalen, Preussen." Their son Heinrich was christened 3 Apr 1843. Son William was born 1840 and died 1864 in Manitowoc. The family of Eberhard (51), Agnes (41), and their 5 sons Johann (22), Anton (18), Wilhelm (14), Heinrich (9), and Carl (8) immigrated in 1855. They appear on passengers lists for both New York and Philadelphia, same year. Carl and Theresa, my gr-gr-grandparents, had 7 children according to the 1880 and 1900 censuses: Mary, Frank (my gr-grandfather), Caroline, Bertha, Theresa, Charles, and Rosa.
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