Bio:  Fields, Isaac (1843 - 1890) Contact: Ellen Johnson

 

Surnames:  Bacon Barth Barton Behling Brooks Case Coburn Cornwell Crosby Dahlbery Davis Field Fields Garbisch Graves Growetter Hiles Hillert Hoover Jackisch Kleinschmidt Lachman Lansworth Ley Lowe Marg Murdock Myers Neinas Neverman Peterson Pofahl Puffal Reed Robinson Seager Sniteman Sparks Starr Sternitzky Stetson Stockwell Sturdevant Sullivan Tropp Turner Ure Wieschke Yankee

 

----Sources: Marshfield Times, 24 Feb 1883

 

Birth Record

 

Isaac Field Residence Place Overton, Hampshire, England Gender Male Christening Date 10 Nov 1843 Christening Date (Original) 10 Nov 1843 Christening Place Overton, Hampshire, England Father's Name Joseph Field Mother's Name Harriet

 

1860 Federal Census, Wisconsin Brown Depere Village

 

William Field Male 35 White 1825 England 140 Lida Field Female 62 White 1798 England 140 Isaac Field Male 16 White 1844 England 140

 

Wisconsin State Census, 1875 Name Isacc Field Event Place Pine Valley, Clark, Wisconsin Number of White Males 3 Number of White Females 5

 

1880 Federal Census, 1880 Wisconsin Clark Neillsville ED 168

 

Isaac Fields Male 37 Married White Laborer Self 1843 England England England Unice A Fields Female 38 Married White Keeping House Wife 1842 New York, United States Vermont, United States Pennsylvania, United States Caroline Fields Female 8 Single White At School Daughter 1872 Minnesota, United States England New York, United States Georgia A Fields Female 6 Single White Daughter 1874 Wisconsin, United States England New York, United States Earle Fields Male 4 Single White Son 1876 Wisconsin, United States England New York, United States Ollie Murdock Female 21 Single White Milliner Other 1859 Illinois, United States Pennsylvania, United States Pennsylvania, United States

 

Federal Census, 1880,  Wisconsin Clark Fremont ED 159

 

Ferdinand Puffal Male 40 Married White Farmer Self 1840 Germany Germany Germany C 375 0 1 Tena Puffal Female 40 Married White Keeping House Wife 1840 Germany Germany Germany C 375 1 1

 

 

CLARK COUNTY WISCONSIN--1893 by C. S. Stockwell; Neillsville, WI (Contributed by Alice Braun).

Section 33--Geo Hiles, Davis & Starr Lumber Company, J Ley, A Ley, Wm Marg, F Pofahl  

 

THE MARSHFIELD TIMES

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C. A. COON & F. S. KIRKLAND

C. A. COON, EDITOR & MANAGER

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TOWN NEWS

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From the "Republican and Press," of Neillsville, Wisconsin, we learn that a man by the name of Crosby was shot and badly wounded by I. (Isaac) Fields, the keeper of a bagnio in that place.  No arrests have been made.  Also that a cowardly attack was made on Mrs. Schroeder of Lynn, by Frederic Pofahl and an unknown party.  The Quarrel grew out of a dispute about a watering place for stock, and on Monday Last she was assaulted by Pofahl and another party, who knocked her down and threw in the water and attempted to drive a team of horses over her but she caught hold of the bits of the bridles and was dragged out by the team.  They knocked her down again and one of them inflicted a severe cut on her forehead with a knife, after which the inhuman wretches departed leaving their victim senseless on the ice.  They were arrested and taken before Justice Sturtevant, of Neillsville, and at this hour we are unable to learn what the outcome of the trial is.

Daily Northwestern

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Oshkosh, Friday, Nov.11, 1887

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Carrie Field, aged eighteen, daughter of Isaac Fields has disappeared from her home on the outskirts of Neillsville, and her parents are terribly alarmed and unable to explain her disappearance.

   

JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN, WED, MAR.  13, 1889

Neillsville, Wis., March 13--Isaac Fields, notorious in this section of the county as a keeper of a disreputable house, was yesterday sentenced to one year here in State Prison.  Fields has had a case here every term of the Circuit Court for the last five years, but this is the first time he has been sentenced, although he has been fined several times.

 

MARSHFIELD, WOOD CO., WIS.

Friday, 15 Mar. 1889

Isaac Fields, a keeper of a house of ill-fame at Neillsville, (Wis.) was on Monday sentenced to one year imprisonment with three days of solitary confinement.

 

----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 6-12-1884 STATE OF CONVEYANCES: A. Barton and wife to Sophia Neverman, w.d., lots in Neillsville, $1,300. Abner Coburn and others to Andrew Peterson, w.d., 02 acres in Eaton, $249. Sophia Neverman to A. Barton, w.d., lots in Neillsville, $1,300. N. Streit and wife to E. Lehmann, w.d., 80 acres in Colby, $5. L. A. Arnold and wife to Geo. Robinson, q.e.d., 40 acres in Washburn, $45. J. J. Lansworth and wife to O.M. Dahlbery, w.d., Fract. In Mayville, $10. Fred Growetter and wife to John Growetter, w.d., ½ of 40 acres in Sherman, $100. Jas. Hewett and wife to A. Wieschke, w.d., lot in Neillsville, $50. Helen M. Cornwell and husband to Isaac Fields, w.d., 5 acres in Pine Valley $100. Isiah Myers to C. C. Sniteman, w.d., lot in Neillsville, $2,000. Randall Stetson to Lowe Bros, w.d., 80 acres in Pine Valley, $2,000. Martha Graves to J. L. Sullivan and T. Case, w.d., 40 acres in Sherwood Forest, $200. Huge Davis to Mary Turner, Q.C.D., 40 acres in York, $5000. Wis. Cent. R. R. Co. to Fred Tropp, w.d., 80 acres in Mayville, $100. Uretta Bacon to J. R. Sturdevant, w.d., lot in Neillsville, $300.

 

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It was organized in 1878, Thomas Reed being the first president and Charles Sternitzky the first secretary. The first twenty-five policies were issued to David Hillert, Mapleworks, Henry Neinas, Fremont, W. Behling, Nasonville, Wilhelm Lachman, Lynn, C. Sternitzky, Lynn, F. Pofahl, Lynn, John Hoover, Lynn, Alonzo Brooks, Lynn, Ernst Barth, Nasonville, Johann Garbisch, Mapleworks, James Sternitzky, Lynn, John Jackisch, Lynn, August Yankee, Lynn, George Kleinschmidt, Lynn, G. Wischulke, Lynn, Fred W. Davis., Mapleworks, Hiram J. Seager, Neillsville, Ernest Sternitzky, Lynn, Louis and Thomas Reed, Neillsville. In 1900 Henry Sternitzky was chosen secretary in place of his brother who died, and six years later George Ure was elected to that position a I has held it since.

 

Obit: Field, Isaac (1843 - 24 Dec 1890)

 

Isaac Field, age 47 yrs. Death Date: 24 Dec 1890

Location: De Pue, Brown Co., Wisconsin

United States Records of Headstones of Deceased Union Veterans

Civil War-Co. F, 14th WI Inf.

 

Isaac Fields Also Known As Name Isaac Field Event Type Military Service Military Beginning Rank Private Military Final Rank Private Military Side Union State or Military Term Wisconsin Military Unit 14th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry Military Company F Note Original filed under Isaac/Field Affiliate Film Number 9

 

Obit: Field, Earl John (1876 - 1955)

 

Earl John Field Birth: 15 Jun 1876 Wisconsin, USA Death 13 Sep 1955 (aged 79), New Richmond Cemetery Buried: New Richmond, St. Croix County, Wisconsin, USA PLOT Lot 65 S-1/2 Section 1

 

Obit: Fields, Hattie M. (1893 - 1963)

 

Hattie May Fields Event Type Death Date 22 May 1963 Event Place Neil, , Wisconsin Residence Place , Wisconsin, Female, Age 70 Certificate Number 014375

 

Hattie May Sparks Fields Maiden Name Sparks Event Type Burial Event Date 1963 Event Place Sherwood, Clark, Wisconsin, United States of America, Birth Date 24 Jun 1893 Death Date 22 May 1963; Sherwood Cemetery

 

Obit: Field, Bird (? - 1904)

 

Bird Field Death: 31 Aug 1904, Clark, Wisconsin Page 0325

 

Obit: Field, William Jr. (? - 1883)

 

The death of William Field, Jr. of Depree, takes away one of the most genial men in the State, and one who had hosts of friends.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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