Person:Hannah Daggett (11)

Hannah Ellen "Nellie" Daggett
m. 10 Apr 1844
  1. Samuel H. Daggett1845 - 1867
  2. Nancy Daggett1848 - 1849
  3. Edwin Daggett1850 - 1850
  4. Hannah Ellen "Nellie" Daggett1851 - 1909
  5. Viola Grace Daggett1854 - Aft 1921
  6. Maria Daggett1855 - 1872
  7. Nora Apphia Daggett1864 - 1865
m. Abt 1870
  1. Nora Alice Robinson1871 - 1960
  2. Viola Mable Robinson1873 - 1902
  3. William Henry Robinson1876 - 1956
  4. Charlotte Edith Robinson1878 - 1971
  5. Carrie Belle "Cad" Robinson1881 - 1949
  6. Fredrick Arthur Robinson1883 - 1926
  7. Nellie May Robinson1885 - 1922
  8. Bertha Lee Robinson1888 - 1975
  9. Charles Albert Robinson1892 - Abt 1948
Facts and Events
Name Hannah Ellen "Nellie" Daggett
Alt Name Nellie _____
Alt Name Hannah Ellen "Nell" Daggett
Gender Female
Birth? 25 Oct 1851 Green Bay, Brown, Wisconsin, USA
Census[1] 1860 Suamico, Brown, WisconsinU. S. Federal
Census[4] 1860 Suamico, Brown, Wisconsin, USAUS Federal
Marriage Abt 1870 Steamboat Rock, Hardin, Iowa, USAto Henry Orville Robinson
Death? 2 Sep 1909 Ferguson, Marshall Co, IA
Burial? Friends Cem, New Sharon, Mahaska Co, IA

Was living or visiting in Chicago, IL in 1909 (based on letters sent to her daughter Charlotte.) She was being treated by a doctor for ulcers. The bill of $14 was so expensive, she wrote to her sons asking for help paying it. She was eatingonly a special diet of milk and crackers for the ulcer.

Image Gallery
  1. Wisconsin, Brown. 1860 U.S. census, Digital images. ( National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.)
    M653, Suamico, dwelling 16, family 16, Samuel Daggett, 15 Jan 2009.

    Quality: 4 Samuel Daggett, age 37, farming, b. Maine
    Charlotte, age 32, b. Maine
    Samuel H, age 16?, b. Maine
    Ellen, age 8, b. Wisconsin
    Viola, age 6, b. Wisconsin

  2.   1860 Census, Wisconsin, Brown County

    Charles Kincaid, age 30, shingle maker, real estate value $300, personal estate value $70, b. Maine
    Cementhe, 23?, female, b. NY
    Porter, age 4, m. b. WI
    Ida, age 2, f, b. WI
    George, age 1, m, b. WI
    Alfred Taylor, age 18, laborer, b. NY
    William Taylor, age 14, laborer, b. NY
    Anna Clark, age 16, female, domestic
    Next house:
    Samuel Daggett, age 37, m, farming, b. ME
    Charlotte Daggett, age 32, f, b. ME
    Samuel H Daggett, age 15, m, b. ME
    Ellen, age 8, b. WI
    Viola, age 6, b. WI
    Maria, age 5, b. WI
    Next house:
    Charles Kincaid, age 56, m. shingle maker, real estate value $300, personal property $100, b. ME
    Affia, f, age 50, b. ME
    George, m. age 19 b. ME
    Abigal, f, age 17, b. ME
    William Clarke, age 18, laborer, b. Canada
    Next house:
    David Kincaid, lumberman, age 27, real estate $300, personal prop. $300, b. ME
    Elizabeth Kincaid, f, age 23 b. OH
    Frank, m, age 1, b. WI

  3.   Iowa. Marshalltown.  (i)Marshalltown Times-Republican(/i)
    "Robinson Funeral Services Saturday"., 25 Dec 2008.

    Quality: 4 Funeral services for Charles A. Robinson, 56, 124 Anson street, who died at home Thursday morning, will be held at the Estel funeral home at 2 p.m. Saturday in charge of Rev. Wilbur Zeigler. Burial will be in Riverside.

    Charles Albert Robinson was born May 30, 1891, at New Sharon, the son of Henry and Hannah Daggett Robinson. His early life was spent in New Sharon and he came to Marshalltown from there in 1910. On Dec. 6, 1913, he married Lillian Grabenbauer and they have lived here since that time.

    Mr. Robinson was a social member of Marshalltown lodge No. 313 Loyal Order of Moose.

    He was preceded in death by two sisters and one brother, Mrs. Viola Smith, Mrs. Nellie Jackson, and Fred A. Robinson.

    Surviving, besides the widow, are two sons and a daughter, Richard and Robert Robinson and Mrs. Earl Banzhaf, all of this city; four sisters, Mrs. Nora Davis and Mrs. Carrie B. Pinneo of Long Beach, Calif., Mrs. Frank Quinn of New Sharon and Mrs. Bertha Dean of Marshalltown, and one brother, W. H. Robinson of Collins. Five grandchildren also survive.

    Mr. Robinson was employed nine years by the Chicago Great Western railroad and since 1929 had been employed by the Marshall Canning company.

  4. Samuel Daggett, age 37, farmer, b. Maine
    Charlotte, age 32, b Maine
    Samuel H., 16 or 15, b. Maine
    Ellen, age 8, b. Wisconsin
    Viola, age 6, b. Wisconsin
    Maria, age 5, b. Wisconsin
    Next door:
    Charles Kincaid, age 56, shingle maker, b. Maine
    Affia, age 50, b. Maine
    George, age 19, ""
    Abigal, age 18, ""
    William Clarke, age 19, laborer, b. Canada
    Next door:
    David Kincaid, age 27, lumberman, b. Maine
    Elizabeth Kincaid, age 23, b. Ohio
    Frank, age 1, b. Wisconsin