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Rolling Prairie family - Jeroske/Jaragowski/Jaragoske??
Posted by: Dee Brown (ID *****0034) Date: June 20, 2005 at 20:22:49
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I am looking for information on Anna (Jeroske or Jaragowski??)who had 4 children with Henry Clayton Brown.

I am not sure how her last name should be spelled because it was different on all children's birth certificate. As far as I can tell she was born around February 1864 in Rolling Prairie, Dodge Co., WI. Her parents were both born in NY.

She married Henry aka. Clayton Brown on 4-15-1895. Their first child harry was born 4-1-1896 in Germantown, Washington Co. Their second child Clarence 11-12-1897 (or 12-19-1898) was also born in Germantown, WI. Their third child Lloyd "Fisk" Brown was born in Germantown on 10-1-1899.

The family still lived in Germantown during the census on 6-15-1900. Henry's (remarried and)widowed mother Lydia Green lived with them.

Henry and Anna were divorced in 1903. On 8-12-1903 an unnamed baby boy was born to Anna in the Township of Oasis.
I believe prior to the divorce they lived in Plainfield, Waushara Co., WI.

Harry and Clarence remained with their father after the divorce while Lloyd Fisk and the baby went with their mother. I have not had any luck tracking the mother and two children.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you!


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