Friday, November 14, 2014

Census Sunday – Moses Brown & Elizabeth Monroe

Moses Brown
16 Jan 1820 MS – 22 April 1912 Iowa
Son of Moses Brown & Nancy Perkins
My half 3rd Great grand Uncle


1850 US Census, Michigan, Cass, LaGrange
Moses Brown, 34 b MS; blacksmith
Elizabeth, 26 b VA
Children: Leonard, 8 b OH; Mary A., 4 b MI; Nathaniel, 2 b MI; and Alonzo 3 months old b MI

1860 US Census, Michigan, Cass, Calvin
Moses Brown, 42 b MS; blacksmith
Eliz, 37 b VA
Children: Leonard, 16 b OH, blacksmith; Mary, 14 b MI; Alonzo, 10 b MI; Louisa, 7 b MI; Nancy, 6 b MI; Aaron, 4 b MI; Harriet, 2 b MI.

1880 US Census, Iowa, Polk, Mitchellville; SD 3, ED 116, Sheet 4
Moses Brown, 60 b MS; blacksmith
Elizabeth, wife, 55 b VA, keeping house
Children: Aaron, 22 b MI, blacksmith; Moses M, 20 b MI, Laborer; Clarence, 13 b MI; Sarah, 10 b Iowa.
Grandson, Samuel Fletcher, 8 b Iowa.

1900 US Census, Iowa, Polk, Beaver; SD 80, ED 60, Sheet 4 B
Moses Brown, 80 b Jan 1820 MS, blacksmith; father b NC; mother b SC
Elisabeth, wife, 76 b May 1824 VA
Clarence, son, 35 b May 1865 MI; day laborer

1910 US Census, Iowa, Polk, Beaver; SD 7, ED 63, Sheet 1B
Moses Brown, 90 b MS
Elizabeth, 86 b VA; mother of 13/7 living

Clarence, 42 b MI; salesman at meat market

1 comment:

  1. He lived a full life, moved around some, picked a trade, Blacksmith, and remained a blacksmith his entire life.

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