Seeking information regarding Amos Freeman, the second son/second child of Noble and Mary Freeman.He was b. ca. 1832, prob. Niagara County, NY, moved with his parents and siblings to Waukesha County Wisconsin in 1841.He is shown at Mukwonago, WI on the 1850 US Census as the 17-year-old son of Noble.From there, he disappears.
I have substantiated records of his six brothers (George, Spencer, Loyal, William, Gilbert and Duane) and his two sisters (Martha, Emma), all raised on a farm at Mukwonago.George d. there in 1857.William d. at Memphis, TN from illness contracted in Union Army Service at Helena, AR, and Emma, the youngest of Noble’s offspring, d. in Mukwonago 21 Jan 1851 at age five months.These three are buried in Oak Knoll Cemetery at Mukwonago.Martha d. 1910 at Colorado Springs, CO and may be buried in Delavan Lake, Walworth County, WI next to her husband, Thomas Irving (b. ca. 1830, NY, d. 19 Apr 1897 at Delavan Lake, WI).
The other four brothers moved to Beloit, Mitchell County, KS in the early 1870s.Their father, Noble Freeman (b. 24 Feb 1803 at Madrid, St. Lawrence County, NY), joined them there in 1872/3; he d. 12 Mar 1888 at Beloit, KS but is buried in Oak Knoll Cemetery in Mukwonago, WI next to his three siblings, a granddaughter and his wife, Mary (24 Nov 1810–26 Aug 1869).
Any information regarding Amos Freeman, spouses, if any, and his children will be greatly appreciated.