Name: Charles Wilson WISEMAN
Birth: 20 Sep 1886 in Tippecanoe Twp., Kosciusko Co., IN
Death: 04 Feb 1943 in Tippecanoe Twp., Kosciusko Co., IN
Burial: North Webster Cemetery, Kosciusko Co., IN
Newspaper Article 11 May 1905 Kosciusko Co., IN
The Milford Mail.
Newspaper Article 08 Mar 1906 Kosciusko Co., IN
Al Meyers and Charles Wiseman of Kuhn's Landing, in this county are charged with perjury. Meyers is in jail, while Wiseman is out on $1,000 bond. They swore that they did not buy liquor of saloon keeper Bryant on Sunday, but when Bryant was arrested for doing so, he pleaded guilty, then fixing the crime of perjury upon them.
The Northern Indianian.
Newspaper Article 25 Nov 1909 Kosciusko Co., IN
Charles W. Wiseman, of Kuhn's Landing, and Miss Elsie Shuder, whose home is five miles east of Warsaw, were united in marriage. The ceremony was performed in Warsaw, Squire W.H. Eiler, officiating.
The Northern Indianian.
Census: 1910 Kosciusko Co., IN
Wiseman paid fines, pleaded guilty to three charges in Warsaw on Saturday November 20th. Fine was $1 and costs for each offense. One of the Principles in Kuhn's Landing "Rough House" settles cases for only $32.50.
Charles Wiseman, the one-armed man who was mixed up in the brawl at Kuhn's Landing a couple of weeks ago and who disappeared when the officers searched for him with a warrant, came to Warsaw voluntarily on Saturday and before Justice W. H Eiler, pleaded guilty to a charge of public intoxication and also to a charge of assault. Wiseman was assessed a fine of $1 and costs in each case and his total fine and costs amounted to $21.50 which he paid.
Wiseman then went to the circuit court and before Judge F.E. Bowser, entered a plea of guilty to the charge of drawing a dangerous weapon, an affadavit against him having been filed for that offense several days ago. Judge Bowser fined Wiseman $1 and costs, amounting in all to $10.90 which he paid. Harry Gilliam, who, with Wiseman, caused the trouble at Kuhn's Landing, came to Warsaw several days ago and paid a fine and costs amounting to $13.45.
Tippecanoe Township. p256.
Newspaper Article Mar 1913 Kosciusko Co., IN
Samuel Wiseman, 56, married once, 26 years, born Indiana, farmer
Amanda M., 49, married twice, 5 chidren; 3 living, born Indiana
Lellah G., 19, born Indiana
>> Charles W., 25, married once, 4 years [MyNote: where is Elsie? and Eva Leah?]
>> Harry C., 3, grandson [MyNote: probably Perry]
Jennie R. Hover, 55, sister in law, born Indiana
Jury Disagrees in Wiseman Case.
Death of Spouse 03 Feb 1926 Kosciusko Co., IN
After being out for about five hours the jury disagreed in the case of the state against Charles Wieman, for assault and battery. The prosecuting witness in the case was Bert Himes living in the vicinity of Barbee Lake. Laughter was in order among those present when in evidence one of the witnesses said that Wiseman picked up the ax handle with one hand and struck Himes with the other; it happens that Wiseman has only one arm. The defendant was represented by Attorney Merl Gochenour.
Newspaper Article 10 Mar 1926 Kosciusko Co., IN
Mrs. Charles Wiseman was fatally burned at about 5:30 this morning, and died at the Crissy Home Hospital at 11:20. Mrs. Wiseman kindled a kitchen fire with gasoline which exploded and threw the flaming liquid all over her. She was burned from head to foot, all her clothing being burned from her body. She had also inhaled the flames. Dr. Schultz was called and treated her and had her moved to the hospital in Pierceton. The house was considerably burned too, but the neighbors responded to the aid of the Wiseman family and helped extinguish the blaze. Mrs. Wiseman is a daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wiseman.
Obituary 05 Feb 1943 Kosciusko Co., IN
Charles Wiseman and family are planning on moving into their home soon.
Warsaw Daily Times.
Funeral services for Charles Wiseman, 57, who died Thursday, have been changed from Sunday afternoon to Monday forenoon at 10 o'clock, due to the fact that two sons, Perry stationed in California and Emery, stationed in New York, will not arrive before Monday morning. Funeral services will be held at the North Webster Methodist Church instead of the Morris Chapel Church.
Father: Samuel Bray WISEMAN b: 23 Sep 1855 in Vevay, Jefferson Twp., Switzerland Co., IN
Mother: Amanda Minerva ALEXANDER b: 25 Sep 1860 in Washington Twp., Kosciusko Co., IN
Elsie SHUDER b: 18 Aug 1886 in Tippecanoe Twp., Kosciusko Co., IN
01 Mar 1906
in Kosciusko Co., IN
- Perry Martin Comfort WISEMAN b: 03 Aug 1906 in Tippecanoe Twp., Kosciusko Co., IN
- Eva Leah WISEMAN b: 04 Feb 1908 in Tippecanoe Twp., Kosciusko Co., IN
- Leslie Wilson "Dick" WISEMAN b: 12 Sep 1910 in Tippecanoe Twp., Kosciusko Co., IN
- Bessie Isabella WISEMAN b: 28 Feb 1913 in Tippecanoe Twp., Kosciusko Co., IN
- Jessie Dell WISEMAN b: 04 Jun 1914 in Tippecanoe Twp., Kosciusko Co., IN
- Fern Louise WISEMAN b: 08 Nov 1915 in Tippecanoe Twp., Kosciusko Co., IN
- Emery Emerson WISEMAN b: 01 Aug 1922 in Tippecanoe Twp., Kosciusko Co., IN
- Jack William WISEMAN b: 29 Jan 1924 in Tippecanoe Twp., Kosciusko Co., IN