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51 Charles grew up in Marshfield, Wi.,and attended the University of Wisconsin, Madison, earning an Engineering degree. He spent some time in San Diego,and moved to Port Howard in the 1970's. He worked as an HVAC engineer at PSNS until an auto accident medically retired him in 1984. ANDERSON, Donald J. Schuh
 
52 Hillarie moved to the Sheboygan area as a child and was a 1922 graduate of Sheboygan High School. He attended Marquette University and received his degree in dentistry from the Marquette School of Dentistry in 1927. He was a partner in dental practice with Dr. Albert Bersch in Sheboygan from 1927 to 1954. From 1954 to 1956, he served as a Commander in the US Navy Dental Corps, serving in Astoria, OR and Guam. He returned to private practice in Sheboygan in 1958 and then became Director of Dental Services for the Milwaukee County institution, retiring in 1972. ANHALT, Hillarie Peter
 
53 Raymond Archer was born in Belgrade, Minnesota on the 23 April 1910 to Martin Thompson, and Hazel Lawrence. His father passed away when the older children in the family were quite young. His mother remarried to Mr. Archer, and Ray was given the name Archer, so that all of the children in the family would have the same name. There were children born to Hazel and Mr. Archer also. Ray had a heart attack on September 30th, 1981 at his home in Adell, Sheboygan Co., WI. He is buried on St. Patrick's cemetery, just east of Adell, WI.
Ray farmed for a number of years and then to Kohler Company until he retired. 
ARCHER, Raymond Thompson
 
54 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
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57 Grandpa Baer died of hardening of the arteries at 81 years. He also had a water leg for many years. BAER, Grandpa
 
58 Lawrence was a barber since the age of 12. BAHLER, Lawrence
 
59 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
60 Ludwig Bastian came to America in 1882, to Milwaukee, where he was employed in the Schiltz Palm Garden by Mr. & Mrs. Otto Osthoff. In 1887 he came to Elkhart Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Osthoff, owners of Osthoff Hotel. Ludwig married Anna Maria Koblenz 17 Sept. 1987. He was caretaker of this hotel until the time of his death, November 29, 1931. He was of the Catholic religion. Indians lived in and around Elkhart Lake during the first years of their married life. Ludwig Bastian and his wife are buried on St. George Catholic Cemetery in the town of Rhine, Sheboygan Co., WI. BASTIAN, Ludwig
 
61 Virginia worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture until her retirement in 1987. BAUMANN, Virginia
 
62 Magdalena died shortly after childbirth. BECHMANN, Maria Magdalena L.
 
63 Steven Becker was a Landscaper/owner. BECKER, Steven Mitchell
 
64 Died at sea BENVERSIE, Twin
 
65 On board ship to America BENVERSIE, Twin
 
66 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
67 Dr. Albert Bersch graduated with the first dental class at Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. He served in the Army as a dentist in World War I. He had dental offices on North Eighth St. for many years, and later moved the office to his home where he practiced dentistry for about 20 years until retiring in 1975. BERSCH, Dr. Albert
 
68 Armella H. Bersch was a Speech Correction Therapist, retiring in 1959. She taught at WFB schools for 27 years. Received her BA degree 15 Jan. 1930 from UW-Madison, WI BERSCH, Armella
 
69 Catherine has four stepsons from her husband's first marriage. BERSCH, Catherine
 
70 Delmar (Mike) Bersch graduated from Central High School, the Univeristy of Wisconsin and the University of Chicago. He was a licensed electrician and plumber, and owned Bersch Electric Co., in Sheboygan. BERSCH, Delmar W.
 
71 Worked with brother-in-law, Reinhardt Frome, to build the Howards Grove Cheesebox Factory. He had a lifelong interest in fruit trees and successfully grafted many trees to produce "New" hybreds. He kept honey bees for many years and sold honey to Prange's Dept. Store. He loved to tinker even into old age. He loved BlackJack chewing gum and chocolate covered cherries.

(Information from Pam Rumney) 
BERSCH, Jacob
 
72 After marriage, John and Mary settled in the Keuler place in Charlesburg for 10 years. They moved to St. Cloud in the early 1890's, and later to Brothertown where they made their home for 37 years. BERSCH, John
 
73 Marie lived to the age of 104 years/ BERSCH, Marie
 
74 Peter who never married, lived with his mom until her death. Then he lived a short time with Jacob, and then with his sister Anna where he died. Peter and John were twins, who died at the age of one year. BERSCH, Peter
 
75 William had been employed by the Kohler Company retiring about 1988. He served in the US Navy. BERSCH, William Peter Jr.
 
76 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
77 Catherine is buried on St. Mary's Cemetery, Brillion, WI BINSFELD, Catherine Helen
 
78 Francis Leroy is buried on St. Mary's Cemetery, Brillion, WI. BINSFELD, Francis Leroy
 
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80 Joseph is buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Brillion, WI BINSFELD, Joseph Mathew
 
81 Nicholas and his wife are both buried at St. Mary's Cemetery, Brillion, WI.

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Nicholas and his wife are both buried at St. Mary's Cemetery, Brillion, WI. 
BINSFELD, Nicholas Joseph
 
82 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
83 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
84 Rev. Binversie attended Holy Trinity School and studied for the priesthood at the Salvatorian Seminary, St. Nazianz/Preparatory Seminary and Kenrick Seminary, St. Louis, Mo. He was ordained on September 23, 1944, at Kenrick Seminary. His assignments were in Texas He retired to this area in August 1985. BINVERSIE, Rev. Bernard
 
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86 Clarence was employed with the Golden Drop (White Cap) Brewery during the 30's he operated beer truck for 2.5 years.
Clarence was employed 13 years at Well Root (polished stainless steel).
Clarence owned/operated Binversie's Bar on 8th Street, Sheboygan for 38 years. 
BINVERSIE, Clarence John
 
87 Conrad Binversie, and his unmarried brother, Godfried, and their sister Clara, lived together on the farm until their deaths. Clara did move to School Hill after her two brothers died.



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Conrad Binversie, and his unmarried brother, Godfried, and their sister Clara, lived together on the farm until their deaths. Clara did move to School Hill after her two brothers died. 
BINVERSIE, Conrad
 
88 Eugene died at his home from a massive coronary-heart attack. BINVERSIE, Eugene Arthur
 
89 Germaine began her working career after Jerome's death: Younkers Co., Sheboygan since 1987 (stock clerk) BINVERSIE, Germaine Cecilia
 
90 John was a veteran of WW1: US Army. They lived at School Hill until 1924 then moved to Sheboygan, WI. John was employed at a Sheboygan Lumber yard, then Polar Ware Co., Sheboygan (applied enamel to pots and pans) His last occupation was repairing jute boxes and pinball machines, Sheboygan, WI BINVERSIE, John
 
91 Josephine Binversie entered the Convent August 13, 1934. Her name was Sister Bernice. BINVERSIE, Josephine
 
92 Laurie died at Froedert Lutheran Memorial Hospital in Milwaukee, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. She was a graduate of UW Milwaukee, with a degree in Medical records. Laurie was employed at Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center, where she was assistant director of Medical Records. She previously was employed at St. Elizabeth Hospital - Appleton, in Medical Records. BINVERSIE, Laurie Ann
 
93 Margaret Binversie invested in the Convent Aug. 12, 1936, and took her first vows in 1937. She died in 1948. She took the name, 'Sister Gabriel'. BINVERSIE, Margaret
 
94 Margaret Binversie was born in Freudenburg, Germany, and came to the USA with her parents Peter Binversie and her mother Angela Maas, and two sisters. BINVERSIE, Margaret
 
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96 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
97 FAMILY HISTORY OF PETER BINVERSIE & ANGELA MAAS Peter Biwersi was born on 15 July 1813 at Freudenburg, Prussia the son of Johann Biwersi and Helena Lang. He died at the age of 80 on the 24 Nov. 1893 at the farm home near School Hill.

Peter married Angela Maas, 8 Feb. 1844 at St. Trinitatis Church in Freudenburg, Prussia - Germany today. Angela was born 11 Aug.1824 at Freudenburg, the daughter of Joseph Maas and Susanna Welsch. Her parents also came to the School Hill area. They left Freudenburg on the 13 May 1863, and landed in New York in August of 1863. Joseph became a naturalized citizen on Nov. 2, 1868 in the city of Manitowoc, WI. Joseph was a mason and a farmer.

Angela died 16 Dec. 1892 on their farm one half mile west of School Hill, WI. of cancer of the breast. She was 68 years of age. Angela and Peter are buried side by side on St. Gregory's Cemetery at St. Nazianz, WI.

Peter and Angela had three children, Helen, Margaret, and Catherine when they left Freudenburg. Margaret was four years old. It is believed that Angela was pregnant when she left Freudenburg. She had twins who died on the trip overseas, and were buried at sea. They came to Cleveland Ohio in 1851, and stayed there until about 1859 or 60.

Peter and Angela bought their farm in the town of Meeme, Manitowoc County, on 19 Dec. 1860, from George and Griesins Sohn for #90.00 for twenty acres. They bought more land later.

Peter and Angela had three more children after they came to America. They had eight children:

Helen Binversie married John Schaller
Margaret Binversie married John Netzer
Catherine Binversie married John Stiefvater
Twins - died on trip overseas
Nicholas Binversie married Anna Weidner
William Binversie married Regina Schuler
Mary Binversie married John Elias

All of the Binversie girls married 'John's'. Mary's husband was not well liked by her brothers, and when she died young her name on the grave stone eliminated her husband's name. It just reads, 'Maria Binversie'.

The Binversie name has many different spellings. The most common in the past was spelled 'Benversie', as it is spelled on the gravestones on the cemetery at St. Nazianz, WI. 'Biwersie' is the original spelling in Germany, and it is still spelled that way there today.

Joseph Maas and Margretha Herber - brother of Angela's, also came to Wisconsin bought a farm right next to Peter. He bought his farm on the 18 of Sept. 1863 for $375.00 for 80 acres. He was known as 'Uncle Maas' to the Netzer family when they were children.

Nicolaus Biwersi, a brother of Peter's also came to Manitowoc County in the Cleveland area. He married Angela ? and had their first child Maria on the 17 Jan. 1872. He was not married in Germany. Angela died 12 Feb. 1872 and the child died 17 July 1872. Nicolaus then married Helena Wagner 7 Nov. 1872, who was the daughter of Jacob Wagner and Catharina Schwanikum.

Nicolaus Maas, a brother of Angela Binversie, also came to the Cleveland area and farmed. He was married to Maria Herber in Freudenburg, Prussia. As you can see, the Peter Binversie's did not come to America alone. They had lots of relatives in Manitowoc County to visit. In fact, I received a list of people that left Freudenburg and settled in Manitowoc County, from the priest in Freudenburg when I was in Germany in 1983.
This list included 55 families, that came to this area to live..

Peter and Angela's youngest son William, took over the operation of the homestead farm after their retirement, and they lived with them until their death. The farm was in the 'Binversie' family until 1981. Their son Nicholas operated his farm on the next road north of William's farm.

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FAMILY HISTORY OF PETER BINVERSIE & ANGELA MAAS Peter Biwersi was born on 15 July 1813 at Freudenburg, Prussia the son of Johann Biwersi and Helena Lang. He died at the age of 80 on the 24 Nov. 1893 at the farm home near School Hill, WI. They came to Wisconsin in 1851.

Peter married Angela Maas, 8 Feb. 1844 at St. Trinitatis Church in Freudenburg, Prussia - Germany today. Angela was born 11 Aug.1824 at Freudenburg, the daughter of Joseph Maas and Susanna Welsch. Her parents also came to the School Hill area. They left Freudenburg on the 13 May 1863, and landed in New York in August of 1863. Joseph became a naturalized citizen on Nov. 2, 1868 in the city of Manitowoc, WI. Joseph was a mason and a farmer.

Angela died 16 Dec. 1892 on their farm one half mile west of School Hill, WI. of cancer of the breast. She was 68 years of age. Angela and Peter are buried side by side on St. Gregory's Cemetery at St. Nazianz, WI.

Peter and Angela had three children, Helen, Margaret, and Catherine when they left Freudenburg. Margaret was four years old. It is believed that Angela was pregnant when she left Freudenburg. She had twins who died on the trip overseas, and were buried at sea. They came to Wisconsin in 1851.

Peter and Angela bought their farm in the town of Meeme, Manitowoc County, on 19 Dec. 1860, from George and Griesins Sohn for #90.00 for twenty acres. They bought more land later. It is not known where they lived from 1851 until 1860 when they purchased their farm.

Peter and Angela had three more children after they came to America. They had eight children:

Helen Binversie married John Schaller
Margaret Binversie married John Netzer
Catherine Binversie married John Stiefvater
Twins - died on trip overseas
Nicholas Binversie married Anna Weidner
William Binversie married Regina Schuler
Mary Binversie married John Elias

All of the Binversie girls married 'John's'. Mary's husband was not well liked by her brothers, and when she died young her name on the grave stone eliminated her husband's name. It just reads, 'Maria Binversie'.

The Binversie name has many different spellings. The most common in the past was spelled 'Benversie', as it is spelled on the gravestones on the cemetery at St. Nazianz, WI. 'Biwersie' is the original spelling in Germany, and it is still spelled that way there today.

Joseph Maas and Margretha Herber - brother of Angela's, also came to Wisconsin bought a farm right next to Peter. He bought his farm on the 18 of Sept. 1863 for $375.00 for 80 acres. He was known as 'Uncle Maas' to the Netzer family when they were children.

Nicolaus Biwersi, a brother of Peter's also came to Manitowoc County in the Cleveland area. He married Angela ? and had their first child Maria on the 17 Jan. 1872. He was not married in Germany. Angela died 12 Feb. 1872 and the child died 17 July 1872. Nicolaus then married Helena Wagner 7 Nov. 1872, who was the daughter of Jacob Wagner and Catharina Schwanikum.

Nicolaus Maas, a brother of Angela Binversie, also came to the Cleveland area and farmed. He was married to Maria Herber in Freudenburg, Prussia. As you can see, the Peter Binversie's did not come to America alone. They had lots of relatives in Manitowoc County to visit. In fact, I received a list of people that left Freudenburg and settled in Manitowoc County, from the priest in Freudenburg when I was in Germany in 1983.
This list included 55 families, that came to this area to live..

Peter and Angela's youngest son William, took over the operation of the homestead farm after their retirement, and they lived with them until their death. The farm was in the 'Binversie' family until 1981. Their son Nicholas operated his farm on the next road north of William's farm. 
BINVERSIE, Nicholas
 
98 The following death records from the Manitowoc Court House: Vol. 17, page 221, Vol. 3, page 124, Vol. 3, P. 354, Vol. 4, p. 125, Vol. 4 p. 129, Vol. 6, p. 261, Vol. 16 p. 68. School Hill Cemetery records.

The Binversie name has several spellings. It is still spelled "Biwersi" in Germany today. It is also spelled Beversie, Benversie, and Beneversie on the grave stones at St. Gregory in St. Nazianz.
 
BINVERSIE, Nicholas
 
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100 Lynn Hulbert from New Holstein, Wisconsin, found the ship's Manifest on Ancestry. It states that the Binversie's lived in Freudenburg Germany, and traveled to Antwerp, Belgium to board the ship, "Wm. LAYTON" for their trip to New York, They left Atwerp, Belgium on the 25 of May 1854. There were 961 passengers on board the ship which had M. L. Carpenter as the Captain. They stayed in Cleveland, Ohio for several years. Nicholas & William Binversie were born in Cleveland, Ohio, as they bought their farm in the Town of Meeme, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin in 1860.  BINVERSIE, Peter
 

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