CHESTER SUTHERLAND, Sec. 11 and 12; P.O. Syne; born Jan. 22, 1817, in Batavia, Genesee Co., N.Y.;
J.B. MUNGER, proprietor of the Oregon brick-yard, was born Dec. 13, 1817, in Fenner, Madison Co., N.Y.;
J.L. JACKSON, farmer, Sec. 11; P.O. Oregon; born in Richfield, Otsego Co., N.Y., Feb 23, 1817;
CALVIN FARNSWORTH, farmer, Sec. 28; P.O. McFarland; was born near Lake Champlain, in Vermont, in December, 1817;
JAMES DAY, mason, Oregon; born 1817, on the Isle of Wight, county of Hampshire, England; grew to manhood and learned his trade there. Married Eliza Stone, who was born in the village of Areton, the birthplace of the ‘Dairyman’s Daughter.”
Benjamin F. Brown
BENJAMIN F. BROWN (deceased); born in Virginia, Feb. 14, 1817; his parents, John and Sarah (Wright) Brown, settled in his boyhood in Southern Indiana, going thence to La Porte Co., Ind., where he married, Oct. 1, 1857, Miss Elizabeth R. Kress; she was born in Troy, Bradford Co., PA., and a daughter of George and Charlotte (Baldwin) Kress.In 1858, Mr. and Mrs. Brown located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and later, in Independence, Iowa. In 1860, they came to Dane Co., and bought the homestead on which he died.