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Masanz of Wisconsin

Masanz of Wisconsin

Posted: 20 Jul 2001 1:18AM GMT
Edited: 5 Sep 2001 2:47PM GMT
Surnames: Masanz
I am looking for information about the Masanz family in Wisconsin from the Wausau/Halder area

Re: Masanz of Wisconsin

Jim Austin (View posts)
Posted: 18 Aug 2001 4:00AM GMT
Classification: Query
I may be able to help - my g-g-grandmother was Anna Masanz (8 Sept. 1855-4-June 1920). E-mail for more info!

Re: Masanz of Wisconsin

Posted: 2 Nov 2002 5:39AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Lindenmeyer, Schedlo
I just saw your entry. MY g-g-grandmother was the same Anna Masanz (Kurtzweil).

Re: Masanz of Wisconsin

Jim Austin (View posts)
Posted: 2 Nov 2002 10:20PM GMT
Classification: Query
She is my g-g-grandmother as well - Her son Joseph is my g-grandfather and his son Elroy is my grandfather.

Jim Austin

Re: Masanz of Wisconsin

Diane Thompson (View posts)
Posted: 3 Nov 2002 9:13PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Masanz
Hello cousins:

I see that you have been talking about Anna Masanz-Kurtzweil. My Great-Great Grandfather is John Neptune Masanz Jr., Anna's Brother. I was lucky enough to spend two days this summer spending time at St. Patrick's Church in Halder, the Marathon County Courthouse and visiting with my great aunt (she has a vivid memory and boxes of family photos.) I would love to hear from anyone who would like to swap info. I have a lot more to share than when I first wrote the "Masanz of Wisconsin" request.

hope to speak with you soon.

Diane Thompson

Re: Masanz of Wisconsin

Jim Austin (View posts)
Posted: 4 Nov 2002 2:55AM GMT
Classification: Query
Diane,

I think we've corresponded before. I share you fondness for spending time in Halder. Both of my parents have family from the area.

Who is the great aunt you refer to and would you be able to e-mail any photos? We've had some success scanning in old photos and reproducing them on our printer.

Jim Austin

Re: Masanz of Wisconsin

pat reding (View posts)
Posted: 6 Nov 2002 4:07AM GMT
Classification: Query
I think I remember meeting your grandfather. He came to my grandmother's house in Edgar after a funeral, but I don't remember whose. It is a shame that my mom died 2 years ago. She was about the same age as your great aunts Del and Pearl and May. I think she may have babysat for your great aunt Kitty. She had a lot of stories. We met Kitty and Del and James at some of the earlier Kurtzweil reunions. My mom was Rose Kurtzweil and her dad was Frank Kurtzweil who was married to Mary Lindenmeyer, Rose's grandmother was Anna Masanz Kurtzweil. I think you and I are one generation different. I am sure that all the geneology information that I have, you already have. My info is just from other peoples sources.
I have not been back to Edgar/Halder since my mom died, I don't think I am up for that yet. If you think I have any information that could help you, let me know!

Re: Masanz of Wisconsin

Jim Austin (View posts)
Posted: 7 Nov 2002 7:13PM GMT
Classification: Query
One meeting with my grandfather, Elroy Kurtzweil, will stick in your memory. He had a lot of stories as well, though I think most were altered to make him look a little better.

If it's not too much trouble, I'd like to double check some info with you - I had your grandmother's maiden name as Linzmeier, so my stuff is obviously not perfect. In fact, I don't even have birth-death dates of all of the children of Frank J and Anna (Masanz) Kurtzweil.

If you get a chance, pleae verify (or correct) following info on children:
Mary, b. 31 Dec. 1873, d. 19 June 1957, m. Jacob Reichel (no date) and James Schara (no date)
Joseph A, b. 6 June 1877, d. 19 Jan. 1948, m. Margaret Hughes, 7 Sept. 1903 at St. Joseph's, Stratford.
John M., b 9 Sept. 1878 or 1879, d. 1938. m. ???
Francis, b. 9 Aug. 1880, d. 23 May 1955, m. Mary Lindenmeyer (no date).
Jacob A, b. 1885, d. 1947 (bur-Halder), m. Mary Handrick (1895-1973) in 1916
Edward, b. 22 Jan. 1889, d. 19 May 1978, m. Emelia Martin (no date).
Louis b. ?? d. ??
Lawrence, b. 20 July 1897, d. 30 Jan. 1964, m. Helen Jeske (no date).
William b. ?? d. ?? m. Iva DeWitt (no date)
Ann b. ?? d. ?? m. ??
Margret b. ??, d. ??, m. Frank Bovin.


I'm planning a trip to court house and library in Wausau in early December, so if you need anything researched, let me know.

thanks

Re: Masanz of Wisconsin

Posted: 9 Nov 2002 6:14AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi,
A lot of my information comes from other sources, so it is only as reliable as they were.
Mary 1875 - 1957 md #1 Jake Reischel (Rischl) 1866 - 1899 and #2 James Scharra 1875 - 1957
Joseph A. 1877 - 1947 md. Margaret Hughes 1879 - 1972
John M. 1878 - 1958 md. Margaret 1882 - 1923
Frank J. 9/9/1880 md 6/4/1907 Mary Lindenmeyer 6/28/1886 - 3/4/ 1976
Margaret C. 1882 - 1954 md Frank Bovin 1877 - 1958
Jacob A. 1885 - 1947 md. Mary Handrick 1895 - 1973
Louie (Louis P.) 7/2/1887 - 6/7/1957, never married, died of a cerebral hemorrhage near Mosinee, Wi.
Edward G. 1889 - 1978 md. Amelia Martin 1895 - 1988
Ann____________?md #1 Leo Gaulke________? and #2 Leo Hickey__________?
William____________? md. Iva Dewitt________?
Lawrence 1897 - 1964 md. in 1923, Helen Jesse______?

I guess I would be interested in knowing if this agrees with what you know and if there are any blanks you can fill in. If you ever run across any information on the "Frolic Garden", an amusement park that Frank Kurtzweil built in the 1920's outside of Edgar, that would be interesting.
Thanks

Re: Masanz of Wisconsin

Jim Austin (View posts)
Posted: 11 Nov 2002 2:39AM GMT
Classification: Query
Pat,

I posted everything I had on the children of Frank J. and Anna (Masanz) Kurtzweil.

I have never heard of Frolic Garden and would be interested in hearing more. I'm assuming the Frank Kurtzweil you're referring to is your grandfather. Please tell me about it.

Jim
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