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Genealogy: Family Histories

George August Brown Family

Compiled and Edited by Michael R. Reilly

Last Revised 01/07/2006

Descendants of George August Brown, Sr.

Generation No. 1

 

1. GEORGE AUGUST1 BROWN, SR. was born 12 Aug 1808 in Kentshire, England, and died 20 Mar 1884 in North Lisbon (Town of Lisbon), Waukesha, Wisconsin. He married CATHERINE ELEANOR HOPKINS (Source: OneWorldTree.). She was born 23 Sep 1808 in England, and died 26 Aug 1891 in Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

Notes for GEORGE AUGUST BROWN, SR.:

July 16, 1891

George Brown, death of last daughter, Catherine, of a family of seven, father and son left to mourn wife, mother, brother and sister.

July 25, 1878

George Brown, Sr. to Jr. 90 acres on sec 11 and 14, Lisbon, $4,000

GB to Charles Brown, 15 acrea on sec 14, Lisbon, $500

GB, Jr. to Catharine Brown, 90 acres on Sec 11 and 14, Lisbon, $1,000

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April 10, 1884

Charles H. Brown and wife to George Brown. Jr., 40 acres on sec 11, Lisbon, $1,600

Charles H. Brown and wife to George Brown. Jr., 10 acres on sec 14, Lisbon, $400

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May 20, 1869

George Brown to Charles A. Brown, 80 acres on sec 14, Lisbon, $1,500

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April 24, 1866

Josiah N. West to Ira Rowe, 79 acres in sections 4 and 9, Pewaukee, $3,000

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July 4, 1865

James Brown to George Brown, 40 acres in sec 14, Lisbon, $850

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1850 Lisbon

George Brown, 42, England

Cath, 42

William, 21, England

George, 15, England

Edward, 13, England

James, 11, England

Charles, 9, New York

Mary A., 3, Wisconsin

Thomas, 3, wisconsin

a few doors down is James Brown, age 28, England

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Estate of George Brown, Sr., deceased. Hearing for final settlement had. Final account examined and allowed. Order assigning estate made. Waukesha Freeman, April 23, 1885

More About GEORGE AUGUST BROWN, SR.:

Burial: 23 Mar 1884, St. Alban's Cemetery (God's Acre), Sussex, Waukesha, Wisconsin (Source: St. Alban's burial record, age 77, heart disease.)

Emigration: 1842 (Source: 1900 Federal Census, Son George, Jr.'s record shows 1842.)

Children of GEORGE BROWN and CATHERINE HOPKINS are:

2. i. WILLIAM2 BROWN, b. 21 Jun 1829, Kent Co., England; d. Bet. 1900 - 1910.

3. ii. GEORGE BROWN, JR., b. 29 Jan 1835, Kent, England; d. 05 Mar 1908, Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

4. iii. EDWARD BROWN, b. Jun 1837, England; d. 24 Jul 1906.

iv. JAMES BROWN, b. Abt. 1838, England.

5. v. CHARLES HENRY BROWN, b. 07 Dec 1841, Genesee, New York; d. 06 Jan 1910, Lisbon (Sussex), Waukesha, Wisconsin.

6. vi. MARY A. BROWN, b. 16 Nov 1846, Wisconsin; d. 24 Apr 1898.

vii. THOMAS BROWN, b. Abt. 1847, Wisconsin.

Generation No. 2

 

2. WILLIAM2 BROWN (GEORGE AUGUST1) (Source: 1880 History of Waukesha County - Historical Sketches, page 977.) was born 21 Jun 1829 in Kent Co., England, and died Bet. 1900 - 1910 (Source: 1900 Federal Census, Listed in 1900 but not 1910.). He married SARAH RUSSELL 28 Mar 1852 in Town of Lisbon, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, daughter of RICHARD RUSSELL and ELIZABETH ?. She was born 03 May 1831 in Kent Co., England (Source: 1900 Federal Census, Listed as May 1830.), and died Bet. 1900 - 1910.

More About WILLIAM BROWN:

Emigration 1: 1841, to Rochester, New York

Emigration 2: 1845, Came to Town of Lisbon

Occupation: Farmer

Residence: Abt. 1845, 70 acres in Section 2, Town of Lisbon; Sussex P.O.

More About WILLIAM BROWN and SARAH RUSSELL:

Marriage: 28 Mar 1852, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha County, Wisconsin

Children of WILLIAM BROWN and SARAH RUSSELL are:

i. SARAH ANN3 BROWN (Source: 1870 Federal Census, Middle name.), b. 24 Jul 1853, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin; m. ROBERT BATES.

More About ROBERT BATES:

Residence: Clark Co., Wisconsin

ii. WILLIAM J. BROWN, b. 28 Mar 1856; m. AUGUSTA (Source:  , age 51. Note: the William Brown listed is 61 yrs old, may not be same William?.); b. Aug 1867, Iowa (Source: 1900 Federal Census.).

iii. GEORGE R. BROWN, b. 02 Sep 1858.

iv. HARRIET M. BROWN, b. 20 Apr 1861; m. WILFRED SYNDER.

More About WILFRED SYNDER:

Residence: Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

v. HYATT BROWN (Source: 1870 Federal Census.), b. Abt. 1862.

vi. MARY JANE BROWN, b. 23 Jun 1863.

vii. ALVIN BROWN (Source: 1870 Federal Census.), b. Abt. 1864, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin (Source:  , age 55.); m. AUGUSTA "GUSTA" ? (Source:  , age 53.); b. Abt. 1867, Germany.

viii. CHARLES A. BROWN, b. 12 Sep 1865.

ix. LYDIA ANN BROWN, b. 15 Jul 1868.

3. GEORGE2 BROWN, JR. (GEORGE AUGUST1) was born 29 Jan 1835 in Kent, England (Source: 1900 Federal Census, and OneWorldTree.), and died 05 Mar 1908 in Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin. He married ELEANOR RUSSELL (Source: OneWorldTree.) 17 Aug 1857 (Source: OneWorldTree.). She was born Jun 1838 in Kent, England (Source: OneWorldTree.), and died 06 Jun 1891 in Town of Lisbon (Sussex), Waukesha, Wisconsin.

Notes for GEORGE BROWN, JR.:

March 1, 1888 - The North Lisbon school district now have a school board consisting of John Connell, Geo. Brown and W. D. McGill.

In 1900, George Brown, Jr. living with son Alfred, a town of Lisbon farmer, born March 1859, and his wife, Mary, born July 1866. George born Jan 1935 in England, emmigrated in 1842.

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More About ELEANOR RUSSELL:

Burial: 08 Jun 1891, St. Alban's Cemetery (God's Acre), Sussex, Waukesha, Wisconsin (Source: St. Alban's burial record, age 53, died of lung hemorrhage.)

More About GEORGE BROWN and ELEANOR RUSSELL:

Marriage: 17 Aug 1857 (Source: OneWorldTree.)

Children of GEORGE BROWN and ELEANOR RUSSELL are:

i. ALFRED G.3 BROWN, b. 15 Mar 1859, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin (Source: 1900 Federal Census, and OneWorldTree.); d. 26 Sep 1917, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin; m. (1) MARY COOLING; b. Jul 1866, Wisconsin; m. (2) LUELLA BONHAM, 22 Oct 1914, St. Alban's Episcopal Church, Sussex, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

Notes for ALFRED G. BROWN:

Alfred Brown had a colt severely injured last week by falling in an open tile drain, which he is at present laying through a field. Waukesha Freeman, September 7, 1905

Waukesha Freeman, October, 4, 1917 - Vicious Bull Kills Alfred Brown at Sussex, died September 26, 1917

Gored to Death

A pecurliarly shocking accident caused the death of Alfred Brown, aged 59, of Sussex on Wednesday, September 26. He had cleaned out the bull pen on the farm two miles north of Sussex, which he rented to a Mr. Harling, and it is believed had led the animal out to water. Then it turned on him and gored him terribly. He managed to get outside the door and to fasten the lower part of the door.He was alone at the time and the accident is believed to have happened about 3 o'clock in the afternoon. He was brought to his home in Sussex village an hour later and died at 6 o'clock. He leaves a wife to whom he was married three years ago. All the members of his own family have passed away.

Sussex - The community was shocked last Wednesday evening to hear of the sudden death of Alfred Brown, which occurred at his home here. He was up on the farm working and was attacked by an infuriated bull and only lived a short while after being brought home. Deceased was born in Waukesha in 1859 and spent nearly all his life on the farm where he was reared. Deceased was a member of St. Alban's church, where the funeral was held Saturday afternoon. He leaves a widow.

Dr. and Mrs. Charles Hall of Milwaukee, Frank Hall of Rio, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd of Fort Atkinson, Miss Nora Lemon of Waukesha and Mr. and Mrs. Wills Collins (Mrs. William Cooling?) of Oshkosh were here to attend the funeral of Alfred Brown.

Mrs. H. P. Long and son, Claude Bonham of King City, Mo., were called here by reason of the death of Alfred Brown.

Notes for LUELLA BONHAM:

This morning at 10:30 o'clock will occur the marriage of Miss Luella Bonham and Alfred G. Brown at St. Alban's Episcopal church. After a short wedding trip, the couple will go to housekeeping in Mr. Brown's beautiful residence in Sussex. All extend congratulations and best wishes. Waukesha Freeman, Thursday, October 22, 1914

Mrs. Alfred Brown entertained at a birthday dinner for her mother, Mrs. Sarah Bonham. December 17, 1914

Mr. And Mrs. Alfred Brown and Miss Katherine Greengo attended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs, Sallie Hall, at Rio last Thursday. September 28, 1916

Mrs. Sarah Bonham and Mrs. Alfred Brown have returned from visiting relatives and friends in Missouri. November 16, 1916

More About ALFRED BROWN and LUELLA BONHAM:

Marriage: 22 Oct 1914, St. Alban's Episcopal Church, Sussex, Waukesha, Wisconsin

ii. FREDERICK NORTIN BROWN, b. Abt. 1861, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin; d. 25 Feb 1888, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

More About FREDERICK NORTIN BROWN:

Burial: 27 Feb 1888, St. Alban's Cemetery (God's Acre), Sussex, Waukesha, Wisconsin (Source: St. Alban's burial record, age 28, died of consumption.)

iii. ESTHER ANN BROWN, b. Abt. 1864, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin (Source: OneWorldTree.); d. 22 Dec 1890, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

More About ESTHER ANN BROWN:

Burial: 27 Dec 1890, St. Alban's Cemetery (God's Acre), Sussex, Waukesha, Wisconsin (Source: St. Alban's burial record, age 26, died of consumption.)

iv. ALICE MARIA BROWN, b. 05 Sep 1867, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin (Source: OneWorldTree.); d. 24 Aug 1887.

More About ALICE MARIA BROWN:

Burial: 27 Aug 1887, St. Alban's Cemetery (God's Acre), Sussex, Waukesha, Wisconsin (Source: St. Alban's burial record, Died of consumption.)

v. CATHERINE ELEANOR BROWN, b. 11 Jan 1877, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin (Source: OneWorldTree.); d. 09 Jul 1891, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

Notes for CATHERINE ELEANOR BROWN:

Waukesha Freeman, July 16, 1891 - George Brown, death of last daughter, Catherine, of a family of seven, father and son left to mourn wife, mother, brother and sister.

More About CATHERINE ELEANOR BROWN:

Burial: 12 Jul 1891, St. Alban's Cemetery (God's Acre), Sussex, Waukesha, Wisconsin (Source: St. Alban's burial record, death cause - pulmonary.)

4. EDWARD2 BROWN (GEORGE AUGUST1) was born Jun 1837 in England (Source: 1900 Federal Census.), and died 24 Jul 1906 (Source: Waukesha County, Name: Edward Brown Death Date: 24 Jul 1906 County: Waukesha Volume: 03 Page #: 0261 .). He married EMILY ROBBINS 1859 in "Robbins' Nest", North Lisbon, Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin, daughter of ARIS ROBBINS and SAMANTHA ?. She was born May 1842 in New York (Source: 1900 Federal Census.), and died 14 Apr 1928 in Sussex, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

Notes for EDWARD BROWN:

1870 Census, Town of Lisbon:

Edward Brown, farmer

Emily, age 27 or 29, b. New York

Emily, 9, Wisconsin

Addison, 6, Wisconsin

Henrietta, 4, Wisconsin

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1900 Census Town of Lisbon

Edward Brown, b. June 1837

Emily, May 1842

Samuel E., Sept 1879

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1880

Ed and Emily

Emma J.

Aison F.

Mary E. abt 1866, age 14

Henry E., age 8, abt 1871

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Edward Brown, a well-known and long-time resident of Sussex, died at his home there Tuesday evening, after a short illness, of Bright's disease. He leaves a widow and five children. Mrs. Emma Cook of this city (Waukesha), Frank of Lisbon, Mrs. Maryette Cook of Missouri, Edward of Templeton, and Evertt of Sussex. Funeral services will be held in the afternoon at the Sussex M. E. church, with interment at Rose Hill cemetery, Waukesha Freeman, July 26, 1906, page 1.

Notes for EMILY ROBBINS:

At high noon on Sept. 29, 1909, at the home of the bride in the town of Lisbon occurred the marriage of Harvey B. Jeffery and Louise E. Hartkopf, in the presence of about 100 neighbors and friends, who had gathered to wish the young couple long life and properity.

The farm was the one known as the "Robbins' Nest" for it was on this farm that the Robbins family, half a century ago, moved, lived and had their home.

It was told at the wedding that one of the Robbins got on the edge of the nest fifty years ago and a Brown bird came along and carried her off. That bird was present at the wedding and she recalled vividly "The time, the Place and the Girl" who fifty years ago stood as a bride at the same place that Louise stood and pledged her troth until death. Emily Robbins Brown was present at this wedding after fifty years of absence. It was also noted that Henry Jeffery and Cordelia Robbins, another inmate of the cozy nest, were married at the same place forty-eight years ago. It was noted that Henry Jeffery was the father of the groom. The hour and time was propitious. The young folks "got away" without getting injured with four barrels of rice untouched, and it is said they went to Pike's Peak, but the writer has had considerable doubt about it for in less than a wek after their parting, they were spied in Waukesha, anxious to get back to home and mother.

We wish Harvey and Louise a great many joys, more than most people have, for they occupy a valuable place in society in and around North Lisbon. They will live on the old farm at North Lisbon. Waukesha Freeman, October 14, 1909.

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Mrs. Sidney C. Chesley, of 336 Main St. West, Waukesha, spent Saturday of last week with her mother, Mrs. Emily Brown of Sussex. Mrs, Brown has been seriously ill and her many friends are glad to know she is now recovering. Waukesha Freeman, February 12, 1914.

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Mrs. Emily Brown, of Waukesha, 78 years old, has knit twenty-five articles for the Red Cross in five months. She has knit four sweaters, twelve pair of socks, eight pair of wristlets and one helmet and plans to keep on kniting for the soldiers as long as she is able. Waukesha Freeman, March 14, 1918

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Mrs, George Grenwis, Sussex, gave a dinner party Sunday, Sept, 12th, in honor of her father birthday. the guests included his mother, Mrs. Emily Brown, of Waukesha. Waukesha Freeman, September 16, 1920

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Mrs. Emily Brown spent her eightieth birthday anniversary, May 23, with her daughter, Mrs. Emma Chesley, of this city. She was remembered by many friends. Mrs. Brown cut and pieced a quilt in three weeks which contained 4,024 pieces and finished it on her birthday. Waukesha Freeman, June 2, 1921.

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Mrs. Emily Brown of Sussex passed away early Saturday morning at the home of her son, Edgar Brown, in the village, aged 87 years. Mrs. Brown was a pioneer resident of Lisbon, her girlhood home being at North Lake (North Lisbon?). She was a sister of the late Addison Robbins of Waukesha. She married Edward Brown of Lisbon in her young womanhood, and two daughters and three sons were born to them. But two sons remain of the family: Frank, of Waukesha, and Edgar of Sussex. Mr. Brown died many years ago. In spite of the infirmaties of age, Mrs. Brown was a bright and cheery woman and so enjoyed having her friends come to see her. In accordance with her wish the casket was taken to the Methodist Episcopal church on Monday, and remained there until the funeral services Tuesday afternoon. Burial took place in rose Hill cemetery, Lisbon. Waukesha Daily Freeman, April 18, 1928.

More About EMILY ROBBINS:

Residence: 28 Jun 1917, Has moved from Sussex to Waukesha

More About EDWARD BROWN and EMILY ROBBINS:

Marriage: 1859, "Robbins' Nest", North Lisbon, Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin

Children of EDWARD BROWN and EMILY ROBBINS are:

i. EMILY "EMMA"3 BROWN, b. Abt. 1860, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin; m. (1) NELSON COOK; m. (2) SIDNEY CHESLEY.

ii. ADDISON "AISON" F. BROWN (Source: 1880 Federal Census, In this census he's listed as. Aison F.), b. Abt. 1863, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

iii. MARYETTE (MARY E.) BROWN (Source: 1880 Federal Census, In 1870 there's Henrietta, in 1880 there's Mary E., same person, Maryette or Mary is correct.), b. Abt. 1865, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

iv. SAMUEL E. BROWN (Source: 1900 Federal Census.), b. Sep 1879, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

v. HENRY "EDGAR" EDGAR BROWN, b. Abt. 1871, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin (Source: 1880 Federal Census, age 9.); d. 04 Sep 1954, Sussex, Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin; m. ANNE ELLIOTT; b. 1873.

vi. FRANK BROWN.

vii. EDWARD BROWN.

viii. EVERETT BROWN, d. Oct 1917, Lake Keesus, Waukesha, Wisconsin; m. MAY (MAE) HARDIMAN, 04 Dec 1901, St. Alban's Epicopal Church, Sussex; b. 11 Oct 1890; d. Dec 1965.

Notes for EVERETT BROWN:

Drowned in Lake Keesus

Everett Brown of Sussex Meets Death While on Fishing and Hunting Expedition

Everett Brown of Sussex was drowned in Lake Keesus, seven miles from his home, Sunday evening about six o'clock. The unfortunate man was subject to epilleptic fits and one came upon him while he was out alone in a boat. His two brother-in-laws, Walter Hardiman and Will Palin, of Milwaukee, who accompanied him on his hunting and fishing expedition, were on the shore, no more than 40 feet away, but when Brown fell from the boat into the water they were unable to render him any assistance. His body did not rise and was not found until the following morning, when it was taken from the water about nine o'clock. Seachers had been out all night. The water was quite deep at the point where the drowning occurred. Mr. Brown was married but had

no children.

Cornoner Hill, who was called in the case, will hold an inquest at Sussex this (thursday) morning at ten o'clock.

Funeral services were held at the residence at two o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Waukesha Freeman, October 17, 1907

Notes for MAY (MAE) HARDIMAN:

The marriage of May (Mae) Hardiman and Everett Brown was solemnized at St. Alban's church, Wednesday evening , Dec. 4 (1901). Rev. L. P. Holmes officiated. The young people are well known and a host of firends extended congratulations. Waukesha Freeman, December 5, 1901

More About EVERETT BROWN and MAY HARDIMAN:

Marriage: 04 Dec 1901, St. Alban's Epicopal Church, Sussex

5. CHARLES HENRY2 BROWN (GEORGE AUGUST1) was born 07 Dec 1841 in Genesee, New York (Source: OneWorldTree.), and died 06 Jan 1910 in Lisbon (Sussex), Waukesha, Wisconsin. He married MARY MORSE GREENGO (Source: OneWorldTree.) Abt. 1867, daughter of JESSE GREENGO and MARY POTTER. She was born 03 Jul 1846 in Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin, and died 1889 in Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

More About CHARLES BROWN and MARY GREENGO:

Marriage: Abt. 1867

Children of CHARLES BROWN and MARY GREENGO are:

7. i. NELLIE G.3 BROWN, b. Abt. 1868, Wisconsin; d. 26 Mar 1930, Sussex, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

8. ii. OLIVE M. BROWN, b. Abt. 1874; d. 06 Apr 1889.

9. iii. CHARLES CLINTON BROWN, b. 28 Oct 1876, Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin; d. 1950.

iv. NORA BROWN, b. Abt. 1886, Sussex, Waukesha, Wisconsin; d. Highland Park, Michigan; m. CHESTER CHRISTMAN; b. 05 Sep 1882; d. 19 Jul 1968, Highland Park, Michigan.

6. MARY A.2 BROWN (GEORGE AUGUST1) was born 16 Nov 1846 in Wisconsin, and died 24 Apr 1898. She married ? MEDHURST.

Child of MARY BROWN and ? MEDHURST is:

i. FREDERICK3 MEDHURST, b. Abt. 1863, Wisconsin.

More About FREDERICK MEDHURST:

Occupation: 1880, Farmer working on his Grandfather George Brown's farm

Generation No. 3

 

7. NELLIE G.3 BROWN (CHARLES HENRY2, GEORGE AUGUST1) was born Abt. 1868 in Wisconsin, and died 26 Mar 1930 in Sussex, Waukesha, Wisconsin. She married EVERETT B. GERKEN. He died 17 Jan 1930 in Sussex, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

Children of NELLIE BROWN and EVERETT GERKEN are:

i. MARY4 GERKEN, b. Nov 1904, Menomonee Falls, Waukesha, Wisconsin (Source: OneWorldTree, has birth in Sussex.); m. RUDY KERSTEIN.

Notes for MARY GERKEN:

Village of Sussex - A resident of the village for more than nine decades, thought to be the longest continuous residency, died last week, by Fred H. Keller, Sussex Sun, December 26, 2001

Mary Kerstein, 97, died Thursday. She was born in Menomonee Falls in November of 1904 to Nellie and Everett Gerken. Her birthday was the subject of some debate because she was born at midnight, just between Nov. 1 and Nov. 2. Her family decided to celebrate her birthday on Nov. 2.

In 1915 a young man named Rudy Kerstein started a job as a rural mail carrier for the Templeton Post Office, serving that small village, which is today the eastern part of Sussex. Mary Gerken was just 11 then. But after 11 years and a tour in World War I, Rudy Kerstein took her to be his wife. They were married for almost 62 years when he died in 1988.

Mary Gerken moved with her parents from Menomonee Falls to a farm on Good Hope Road when she was 4. In 1925, the family relocated to Main Street and occupied the home that is today Mindy's Antiques. Mary lived there only one year before she married Rudy and moved about two blocks east, to a home across the street from Sussex Methodist Church, where Mary worshipped. She lived in that home for 75 years.

Her parents died just 30 days apart in 1930, leaving their home to Mary. She sold it to its most famous occupants, the Dr. Van Valin family. The Van Valins lived in the house for 60 years.

Mary never had children of her own, but took an active role in the lives of her brothers' children. She is survived by five nieces and nephews.

ii. DELBERT GERKEN.

iii. MERLIN GERKEN, b. 15 Feb 1900, Sussex, Waukesha, Wisconsin; d. Oct 1976, Sussex, Waukesha, Wisconsin; m. WILMA HORNIG.

8. OLIVE M.3 BROWN (CHARLES HENRY2, GEORGE AUGUST1) was born Abt. 1874, and died 06 Apr 1889. She married JOHN LEADLEY (Source: OneWorldTree.) Abt. 1887.

More About JOHN LEADLEY and OLIVE BROWN:

Marriage: Abt. 1887

Child of OLIVE BROWN and JOHN LEADLEY is:

i. OLIVE M.4 LEADLEY (Source: OneWorldTree.), b. Abt. 1888.

9. CHARLES CLINTON3 BROWN (CHARLES HENRY2, GEORGE AUGUST1) was born 28 Oct 1876 in Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin, and died 1950. He married ESTELLA MAY TOPPING Abt. 20 May 1898, daughter of DAVID TOPPING and SERENA WEAVER. She was born 1874, and died 1960.

More About CHARLES CLINTON BROWN:

Burial: St. Alban's Church, Sussex, Lisbon Township, Waukesha County, Wisconsin

More About ESTELLA MAY TOPPING:

Burial: St. Alban's Church, Sussex, Lisbon Township, Waukesha County, Wisconsin

More About CHARLES BROWN and ESTELLA TOPPING:

Marriage: Abt. 20 May 1898

Children of CHARLES BROWN and ESTELLA TOPPING are:

i. CLINTON4 BROWN, b. Abt. 1902; m. MARGARET FRASER.

ii. JANICE BROWN, b. Dec 1907, Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin; m. RAY BERGER.

 

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