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History of Langlade County, Wisconsin, from U. S. government survey to present time, with biographical sketches

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History of Langlade County, Wisconsin, from U. S. government survey to present time, with biographical sketches

History of Langlade County, Wisconsin, from U. S. government survey to present time, with biographical sketches

Quelle : Internet Archive

History of Langlade County, Wisconsin, from U. S. government survey to present time, with biographical sketches

History of Langlade County, Wisconsin, from U. S. government survey to present time, with biographical sketches

Quelle : Internet Archive

Ergebnisse : SIPEK


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Hynek Martiny in 1901 from John Sipek, who ran it for a number of years before then.


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Donohue, Ida Meaghers, Edward St.-Clair, Emma Sipek, Lee Taylor, Ray Walch, Delbert Williard, Harry Wooledge.-Total 9.


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Millard, Verna Pardee, Theresa Reindl, Albina Sipek, Alice Smolk, Bernice Steffen, Claire Thursby, Eslie Webley, Otto Berner, John Cleary, Jesse


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Claire Alice Laughlin, Mayme Lombard, John Sipek, Helen Janaszak, Joseph Goldberg, Harriette Elizabeth Streich, Hugh William Byrne, Anna Martin, Hermis


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De Wall, Wiley Peter Koelzer, Lillian Sipek, Frances Marian Reznichek, Arthur Rynders, Edna Otelia Nagel, Earl E. Craine, Theresa Walsh,


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was incorporated September 15, 1899. John Sipek, Wencel Sipek, Frank Boyanowski, and Frank Cherf were the incorporators. John Benishek was


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Dawson, Martin Vochoska, John Fisher, Joseph Sipek, John Schultz, Jos. Holup, Wencel Rine, Sr., Wencel Rine, Jr., Frank Stasek, Jos.


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Q. Brooks-1883-84, Albert Stow-1885, John Sipek-1884-85, George Newton-1885, J. Fischer-


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Krause-1883-84, Joseph Krause, Joseph Cherf-1884-85, John Sipek, John Kasa -1885-86, John Schultz, John Plzak-1886-89, John Novak, Joseph Honzik-1890-1891 , John


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time later. He remarried to Elizabeth Sipek. Mr. and Mrs. Behm had eight children-Fred, Joseph, Frank of Bavaria P. 0.,


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Behm was married first to Anna Sipek, who died a short time later. He remarried to Elizabeth Sipek. Mr. and


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1908, to Albina Sipek. Four children were born to this union. They are Vernon, John, Dorothy, and


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dissolved upon the death of Mr. Sipek in 1916. Mr. Palmer since conducted the business alone as Palmer's Grocery.


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19, 1860, the son of Joseph and Anna (Rine) Sipek. He settled in Neva township, Langlade County, resided there some


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During the spring of 1890 Mr. Sipek retired from his farm and purchased property in Antigo, where he kept a


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JOHN SIPEK. The name of John Sipek has been y associated with activities in Langlade


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Mr. and Mrs. Sipek had four children, Matilda, Alvina and John, living, and Joseph, who died when