Fielder Brown


Fielder and Martha Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Fielder Brown

From History of Reedsburg and the Upper Baraboo Valley

page 418. ....the marriage of Martha Bundy to Fielder Brown, about 1820, sooner or later. Nor, is it known the place of her marriage. Suffice it to say that Fielder and Martha continued to reside in the Hoosier state until their removal to Woodland. They were the parents of three children, Mary, Charlotte and Jabez. Mary was the wife of Solomon Cook; Charlotte was a young lady, who later, in 1856, became the wife of Nathan Pickering; Jabez, was the husband of Sarah Durflinger; and all three of the children of Fielder and Martha were to come with them to the Little Baraboo Valley.


  • Father :
  • Mother :
  • Birth date : April 2, 1801
  • Born at :
  • Married : Martha Bundy
  • Marriage date : abt. 1820
  • Married at : Woodland Twp., Sauk Co., Wisconsin
  • Death date : May 31, 1879
  • Buried at : Oaks Cemetery, Valton, Woodland Twp., Sauk Co., Wisconsin
  • Children :
    Mary A. Brown
    Charlotte Brown
    Jabez Brown

    Sources

    Birth-Oaks Cemetery and Cemetery Inscriptions of Sauk Co., Wisconsin, Volume 5.
    Marriage-History of Reedsburg and the Upper Baraboo Valley by M. E. Krug, page's 417-418.
    Death-Oaks Cemetery and Cemetery Inscriptions of Sauk Co., Wisconsin, Volume 5.
    Buried-Oaks Cemetery page 124.
    Obituary-
    Other-History of Reedsburg and the Upper Baraboo Valley by M. E. Krug, page's 417-418; Oaks Cemetery; Cemetery Inscriptions of Sauk Co., Wisconsin, Volume 5, page 124 and History of Valton by Gilbert Mortimer Page 7.

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