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Elvin Aitken, farmer, Sec. 31; P.O. Waukesha, was born in Quincy, Ill., Oct. 18, 1848. When he was about six months old, his father, John Aitken, now a resident of Waukesha, removed his family to this country. He married Sarah J. Hadfield, daughter of Joseph Hadfield, of Waukesha. They have two children, a boy and a girl--Harry E. and Jessie. Mr. A. has 200 acres of land and is extensively engaged in farming, and is possessed of much energy and enterprise.
DR. J.H. ALEXANDER
Source: Mukwonago Chief Feb. 12, 1890
We learn that cards are out for the marriage of Miss Carrie M. Brooks, daughter of Seymour Brooks of East Troy, to Dr. J. H. Alexander of this village, the happy event to take place today (Wednesday noon) at the residence of the bride's parents. We extend the usual congratulations.
MRS. MARTHA LOVE ANDREWS
Source: The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 70 page 254Daughter of the American Revolution DAR ID # 69719 Descendant of Sergt. Robert Love, of Rhode Island. Robert Love b: 1730 in Coventry, R. I. d: 1809 in Coventry, R. I. to: Sarah Blanchard his 3rd wife Robert Love signed the Test Oath, 1776, and, 1777, served as sergeant in the Rhode Island Line. Child of Robert and Sarah (Blanchard) Love: Robert Love, Jr. b: 1768 d: 1836 m. 1788 to: Susanna Austin b: 1766 d: 1842 Child of Robert and Susanna (Austin) Love, Jr.: Levi Love to: Eunice Waldo Child of Levi and Eunice (Waldo) Love: Julius Caesar Love to: Hannah Bresse Child of Julius Caesar and Hannah (Breese) Love: Martha Love Robert Love (1730-1809) signed the Test Oath, 1776, and, 1777, served as sergeant in the Rhode Island Line. He was born and died in Coventry, R. I. Also Nos. 42642, 50037.
Source: The Pewaukee Breeze March 2, 1906
THE FIRST BRICK HOUSE BUILT IN WAUKESHA COUNTY
Is located on the Main Street in Mukwonago-Put Up by S. Andrews in 1842
The first brick house built in Waukesha county stands in Mukwonago. It was put up in 1842 by Sewall Andrews. It is one and one-half story, size 28x36 and facing on the square, constructed of Mukwonago brick and has limestone trimmings and rock foundation, enclosing a basement that is partitioned and floored with brick. The front door hangs in one of the old style fancy carved frames, all made by hand. At the north it is joined by an addition built by Mr. Andrews some years later as an office for himself. He was in the real estate and money loaning business. As a whole it represents a typical early day farmhouse.
Mr. Andrews is one of the platters of the village, those besides him being Martin Field, Ira Blood and Henry Camp, all of whom are deceased.
Mr. Andrews came to Mukwonago in 1836 and acquired considerable of the property in and about the village. Among which were the flour and saw mills which are still in evidence. He died 20 years ago. His widow, who was his second wife, after several years, married a man by the name of Babcock and is still a resident of the village. At present she and her husband are at their winter home in Florida.
This part of Mr. Andrew's estate went to his son, Lorin, of Minneapolis, a broker. He sold it to Jacob Niver of Waukesha who disposed of the property in 1885 to John McNulty, the present owner.
MRS. FRANCES DANIELS AYRES
Source: The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 104 page 71Daughter of the American Revolution DAR ID # 103218 Descendant of Stephen Wright Stephen Wright b: 1764 in Westford d: 1856 in Shelburne, Mass. to: Sarah Prescott Stephen Wright served as drummer at the battle of White Plains. Child of Stephen and Sarah (Prescott) Wright: Stephen Wright, Jr. d. 1857 to: Zebiah Richardson Child of Stephen and Zebiah (Richardson) Wright: Emmeline E. Wright b: 1810 d: 1884 to: Elijah Gove b: 1801 d: 1884 Child of Elijah and Emmeline E. (Wright) Gove: Ione Gove b. 1838 Edward Daniels b. 1825 Child of Edward and Ione (Gove) Daniels: Frances Daniels Stephen Wright (1764-1856) served as drummer at the battle of White Plains. He was born in Westford; died in Shelburne, Mass. Also No. 62808.