THE BROWN GENEALOGY, Vol. #1, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 45.
As told to my mother, Evelyth Roberta Chandler Norman, by her mother, Mable Irene Brown Chandler, to Nancy Ann Norman, me.
According to Cyrus Henry Brown, there were two boys that died in infancy. According to my Greatgrandmother Brown, she would not buy the genealogy because he printed that information. She said it wasn't true.
NO. STONINGTON VITAL RECORDS, MARRIAGES.
Oscar Taylor, age 20, born Stonington, CT, residence No. Stonington CT, married 14 Aug 1876, Mary A. Taylor, age 16, born No. Stonington, CT, residence No. Stonington CT.
1880 CENSUS, NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CONN., 8 & 9 JUN 1880, by George A. Pendleton, page 773A, Dwelling #153, Family #164.
TAYLOR, Mary A., W, F, 20, wife, M, keeping house, CT, CT, CT.
1900 CENSUS, STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CONN., 8 Jun 1900, by Charles S. Noyes, Jr., page 179B, Dwelling #114, Family #126.
BROWN, Mary A., wife, W, F, Dec 1859, 40, M, 6 years, had 4 children, 3 living, CT, CT, CT, Yes, Yes, Yes.
1910 CENSUS - 10th DISTRICT - STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CONN., 21 Apr 1910, by Lewis Hammond, page 38B, Dwelling #109, Family #121.
BROWN, Mary A., head, F, W, 50, Wd, 4 children, 3 living, CT, CT, CT, English, Own Income, yes, yes, O, F, F, 19.
TAYLOR, Grace, daughter, F, W, 33, S, CT, CT, CT, English, none, yes, yes
BROWN, Mable, daughter, F, W, 14, S, CT, CT, CT, English, none, yes, yes, yes.
WESTERLY SUN, STONINGTON NEWS, Sunday, March 15, 1964.
CLEARING THE WAY -- Davis-Standard received an assist from area volunteer firemen yesterday as this building was burned to the ground to clear the way for a new plant. (Sun Photo)
Firemen on Hand, Let Building Burn.
A 224-year old farmhouse went up in flames yesterday while volunteer fire - fighting units from four towns of Stonington departments stood by and watched and didn't do a thing to stop it. There were no complaints from the owners - only commendations to the firemen for a job well done.
The old farm, originally built by the Babcock family about 1740 and occupied later by the George Randall family, had been abandoned for many years. The Howard Taylor family was the last to reside there. It finally stood in the way of progress on the site of the new Davis - Standard plant off Route 1, just west of Stonington High School.
At the request of Davis - Standard officials, the torch was put to the farm buildings late yesterday morning by Lt. Walter Main, town first marshal, and Fire Chiefs John J. Donahue, Pawcatuck and William Reardon of Wequetequock. Equipment and men of both departments as well as units from the Stonington and Quiambaug volunteer companies were on hand to help out if needed. Chiefs Robert Stillman of the Borough department and Pat McKenna of Quiambaug were at the scene.
Conditions were excellent for the Sunday blaze. The wind was out of the west and it had rained all night, eliminating the danger of grass fires in the surrounding area.
Wequetequock firemen burned the event into a simi - social affair by serving coffee, hamburgers and hot dogs to the visiting firemen when the project had been completed.
Researching this line is Nancyann Norman at [email protected]