Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

1650 East Shore Dr - Wigwam  



Section 22 - ? acres
    Nesswagh-ee Reservation


Section 22
    Section 22 Lot 1 - 37.70A; 40
    Section: 22 Lot 2 - 45.45A
    Section 22 Lot 3 - 32.00A
    Section 22 Lot 4 - 35.70A


1872 Plat Map Section 22 Lot 1 - 37.32 - G. Peeples
Lot 2 - 45.45A S & J. W Rector
Lot 3 32A - S. Rctor
S & J W Rector - 40A A Smith - 80A 3.90A - A W B
.97? - D J
159A - J. C. Miles a part in Sec. 23-
A Bartholomew 35.70A


1876 Plat Map Section 22
    J C Miles - 158A


1880 Plat Map Section 22 Platted cottage lots
G. Peeples 35.5A Rector & Thomas 85A & 32A H. B. Scott 34.50A


1898 -1898 - no name listed


1899 -- Jul 28 Dr. Benepe and family are now occupants of their magnificent cottage upon the east side. This cottage is undoubtedly one of the finest finished structures of its kind upon the lake - Culver Herald

19__ - Dr. Charles Benepe (? John Leven Benepe - possible or a clue)
1900


1908


1908 - A. M. Dossbrenner [Alfred Morton Glossbrenner]
    1903 - Benepe Cottage - bought by A. M. Glossbrenner [Alfred M. Glosbremner]

    It is said he wrote a series of rules or the cottage of which are:
      “Wigwam Rules.”

      Rule I—Our Guests: The country is considered DRY, but many things you will find WET, if you snook around. The Lake for instance—and there are many, many springs about; in fact, so many that if you become thirsty in the night, you’ll even find springs in the beds.

      Rule VII—Special: The squaws who accompany their Indians are requested not to use the curling irons except during stormy weather, as electric current is only supplied at this time.

      Rule VIII—Fire: In case of fire, you will please give the alarm by wringing the towel.

      Rule X—Fishing: There are some unusual fish in these waters; in fact, they are educated and very particular about making new acquaintances, but they occasionally answer a call and to any who desire to “tackle” them, Ike Walton fishing bait and accessories will be supplied.

      By Order of BIG CHIEF and MINNIE-Ha-Ha. The POW WOW begins the eighth day of the eighth month of the year 1913



1922


1922 - A. M. Glossbrenner [Alfred Morton Glossbrenner]
    Catey Rasmussen: “Then, too, The Glossbrenner Family bought "The Wigwam" [even tho an early cottage on the south side was also named the Wigwam or Pottamomii and owned by Daniel Mc Donald] about 1905, developed the golf course, and printed a small history of The Maxinkuckee Association which includes Indian Legends. My Grandmother Glossbrenner had Indian rugs and pictures in their cottage. How we wept, my three sisters - even my brother, when that cottage was sold about 1936 at Grandfather A.M. Glossbrenner's death.”


1934 - Aug 1934 - Road Notice Notice Given for vacation of a public highway and to relocate ctooages and lands to be affected were Mary Cobb Beldon, St Louis, Missouri; [1630 E. shore]Jennie Winslow, Indianappolis, Indiana; [1640 E. SHore Drive] A M. Glossbrenner, Indianapolis Indiana [1640 E. SHore Drive]; and Maxinkuckee Country Club

1943, Jul 28 - Minnie M. Glossbrenner WD to Charles Jr. and Betty Ann Maull commecing 110 feet south of the northwest corner lot 4, 22-32-1 at meander line of Lake Maxinkuckee, thence east etc.

1943, Jul-61 - Charles & Betty (Lysell) Ma ull Jr.
1979 - Aug. 2008 - Micheal F. & Judith Ann Deery
Aug 2008 - 2015 - Micheal F. & Judith Ann Deery, Personal Trust


    COM 110' S NW COR LOT 4 MEAN LN LAKE







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