ROBERT FELLOW was born in Wayne County, N. C., February 2, 1828, and is the son of John and Abigail (Coleman)
Fellow, natives of North Carolina and of English descent. John Fellow came to Wayne County, Ind., in 1832, and
entered a farm of eighty acres, which he began to clear and cultivate, being one of the early pioneers of that
county. In 1852, he came to Howard County and purchased 115 acres of land in Union Township, to which he subsequently
added forty acres. Robert spent his boyhood days on his father's farm, and at the age of twenty four was married
to Elizabeth Hubbard, daughter of Joseph and Charity (Fodrey) Hubbard, of Randolph County, Ind. This union was
blessed with three children - Mary Miller, born July 15, 1856; James Riley, born February 10, 1858, died January
20, 1875; and William Harvey, born May 1, 1861. Mrs. Fellow died August 2, 1874, and Mr. Fellow married March 4,
1876, Rhoda George, born April 28, 1838, and daughter of Jesse and Elizabeth (Jessip) George, of English descent.
Mr. Fellow is at present the owner of thirty five acres of good farm land three miles southeast of Jerome. Mr.
Fellow and wife are identified with the New Hope Friends' Church, and are among its most active members.
Counties of Howard and Tipton, Indiana
Historical and Biographical
Charles Blanchard, Editor
F. A. Bettey & Co.
Howard County, IN
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