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Manitowoc County, Wisconsin

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  • Howard William Dummer (1940 - 2014)
    Bill Dummer was an ordained Presbyterian Minister with a long career devoted to helping develop parishes in California, Kansas and Wisconsin. He also worked to build church organizations in Ghana. His ...
  • Pvt. George A. Hull, (USA) (1841 - 1864)
    29th WI Infantry, Company KBorn: ca 18411860 June 1 Census: WI, Manitowoc County, Manitowoc, with Samuel D Hull family: George A. Hull, 14, Male, born Illinois Enlisted: February 19, 1862 as a Private ...
  • Samuel E. Cole (1860 - 1919)
    Death Certificate
  • George Wallace Cole (1862 - 1937)
  • George Wallace Hull (1865 - 1947)

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The county was created in 1836 prior to Wisconsin's statehood and organized in 1848. It takes its name from a small river within its boundaries. The origin of this Indian word is variously given. The first constituent, "manito," is conceded by all to be the Indian word for spirit, or mysterious influence; hence "spirit land," "devil's den," etc., have been assigned as its meaning.

Adjacent Counties

Cities & Villages

  • Cleveland
  • Francis Creek
  • Kellnersville
  • Kiel (part)
  • Manitowoc (County Seat)
  • Maribel
  • Mishicot
  • Reedsville
  • St. Nazianz
  • Two Rivers
  • Valders
  • Whitelaw

Other Towns & Communities: Alverno, Branch, Cato, Cato Falls, Centerville, Clarks Mills, Clover, Collins, Cooperstown, Duveneck, Eaton, Fisherville, Franklin, Gibson, Grimms, Hickory Grove, Kellners Corners, Kingsbridge, Kossuth, Larrabee, Liberty, Louis Corners, Madsen, Manitowoc Rapids, Maple Grove, Meeme, Melnik, Menchalville, Millihome, Newton, Newtonburg, North Grimms, Northeim, Osman, Reifs Mills, Rockland, Rockville, Rockwood, Rosecrans, Rube, Schleswig, Schoolville, Shoto, Spring Valley, Steinthal, Taus, Tisch Mills (part), Two Creeks, Wells (part) and Zander



Nat'l Reg. of Hist. Places