Madness Monday: Daniel Fenn and his son, Daniel C. Fenn

08 March 2010 7:00 AM Posted by Brenda L.
Daniel Fenn has been a source of frustration for a few genealogists. I have seen message board posts that confirm this.

Daniel Fenn Information:


  • Born circa 1787 Shoreham, Addison, Vermont
  • Married 28 February 1808, Huldah Rowley, in Shoreham, Addison, Vermont
  • Died 8 March 1836 in Chelsea, Washtenaw, Michigan
  • Buried in Vermont Cemetery, Chelsea, Washtenaw, Michigan
  • Enlisted War of 1812 from 12 April 1814 to 20 May 1814 in Captain George Fisher's Company, Sumner's Regiment
  • U.S. Federal Census: 1820 Shoreham, Addison, Vermont
  • U.S. Federal Census: 1830 Shoreham, Addison, Vermont
Daniel C. Fenn Information:


  • Born circa 1823 Vermont to Daniel Fenn and Huldah Rowley Fenn
  • Married 4 March 1846 , Jane E. Poor(e), in Washtenaw County, Michigan (Jane E. Poor died 12 April 1848 and is buried in Vermont Cemetery, Chelsea, Michigan)
  • Married unknown date and place, Elizabeth Ann Poor(e),
  • Died (according to a family bible) February 1873 in Jackson, Jackson, Michigan
  • U.S. Federal Census: 1830 Shoreham, Addison, Vermont
  • U.S. Federal Census: 1860 Manchester, Washtenaw, Michigan
  • U.S. Federal Census: 1870 Jackson, Jackson, Michigan
  • Tax List-January 1863- October 1864 Sylvan, Washtenaw, Michigan
Sources of Madness:
1. Who are Daniel Fenn's parents?
2. Why can't I find the death record for Daniel C. Fenn?
3. Is Daniel C. Fenn buried in Vermont Cemetery, Chelsea, Washtenaw, Michigan?


There is quite a bit of information on Huldah Rowley's family, but very little on Daniel Fenn's.


What do you think, any suggestions for further research sources?

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