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kay (View posts)
Posted: 1118414173000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Marutske
If you have access can someone look up 1900 census
Milwaukke, Wisconsin

William Marotzke dob 1882

Also, Minnie Marutske (any Marutske if you find info would be appreciated) ancetry shows a pre 1907 something.

Re: help needed

Posted: 1118619089000
Classification: Query
1900 Milwaukee Ward 12 Milwaukee WI

Marotzke, Carolina b: 1845 Germany 6 children 3 living
Marotzke, Otto b: 12-1879 Germany
Marotzke, William b: 1-1882 Germany

All immigrated in 1886, Carolina is Widowed

There is also a Minnie Marotzke, living in Ward 7 Milwaukee
she is divorced b: 8-1841 with her sons August and Ernest. She was also born in Germany with her children in Wisconsin


kay (View posts)
Posted: 1118626724000
Classification: Query
wow you all are the greatest.

This looks promising.

Re: help needed

Posted: 1118631636000
Classification: Query
Any way to get a New York passenger lookup and the manifest?

Re: William Marotzke, Minnie Marutske > 1900, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Posted: 1118686034000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Marotzke, Marutske
> 1900 census ... Milwaukke, Wisconsin ...William Marotzke dob 1882 ....
Check your email for the image. His entry is on line 72.

> Minnie Marutske ... ancetry shows a pre 1907 something ....
This is a a pre-1907 State of Wisconsin vital record. Ancestry only put a transcription of the those records online.

The originals are located at the Wisconsin Historical Society

Re: William Marotzke, Minnie Marutske > 1900, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

kay (View posts)
Posted: 1118697663000
Classification: Query


Re: help needed

Posted: 1119409948000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Marotzke
Thanks to some nice person. I was emailed the passenger list. This board is full of the greatest people.

Re: William Marotzke, Minnie Marutske > 1900, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Posted: 1332453007000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1332519938000
Or found in 3 Milwaukee area libraries that have the primary source (at that time) for the state records: Milwaukee County Register of Deeds; Births, Marriages and Deaths (records up through about 1912, but the indexes include even later entries - all info found in 2 online library catalogs).

Re: help needed - Marotzke & Marutzke in Milwaukee

Posted: 1332453386000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1352389927000
Surnames: Marotzke Marutzke Marotzka
There were family death notices published for a Caroline Marutske in local German language newspapers.

There are also Marotzke / Marotzka entries for an August, with reference to a Margaretha found in "Milwaukee's German Newspapers; an index of death notices and related items" (1844-1950).

Indexing Milwaukee's German newspapers continuously since 2007 ...
Gary Rebholz, compiler/editor
Milwaukee Wis.
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