Person Sheet


Name George W. Fletcher141
Birth 1832, New York
Occupation Farmer
Spouses:
1 Mary E. Hooser141
Birth 1847, Indiana
Children: Ada B. (1868-)
Sadie M. (1872-)
Daisy May (1875-1907)
Notes for George W. Fletcher
They were living adjacent to Mary Trask in 1895. The 1895 census showed that they had been in Minnesota and Belgrade for 35 years (since 1860).

George Fletcher, #55 in the Belgrade agricultural return of the 1870 census: 120 acres improved, 250 acres unimproved wood land, 380 acres unimproved, cash value of farm $8000, cash value of machinery and implements $250, $450 wages paid in current year, 7 horses, 5 milk cows, 10 other cattle, 9 swine, cash value of all cattle $1030, 1350 bu. wheat, 300 bu. indian corn, 940 bu. oats, 5 bu. peas and beans, 40 bu. Irish potatoes, $10 produce of market garden, 300 lbs. butter, 40 tons hay, $15 forest products, cash value of animals slaughtered or sold for slaughter $275, estimated value of all farm products $1950.

The George Fletcher farm was the most productive one reported in the agricultural return by more than 50% over the next one.

The 1885 Minnesota state census shows Henry Daigneau, age 32, born Canada, and Marth Daigneau, age 27, born Vermont, in the household.
Research
1885 Minn. census, Nicollet Co., p. 4 [LDS FHL microfilm 565747]
1895 Minn. census, Nicollet Co., p. 126 [LDS FHL microfilm 565791]
Notes for Mary E. (Spouse 1)
The 1885 Minnesota state census has her born in Illinois.
Research
1885 Minn. census, Nicollet Co., p. 4 [LDS FHL microfilm 565747]
1895 Minn. census, Nicollet Co., p. 126 [LDS FHL microfilm 565791]
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