Flowerfield Township Hall - built approximately in 1845

Flowerfield Township Hall

The first permanent white man settlement in Flowerfield was in 1829 by Michael Beadle. This was at the now village of Flowerfield. In the early days this township was known as the timberlands and open oaks. David beadle operated the first mill in the township and in the village. Many times the local Indians would loot the vegetables from the garden and slide in the chimney hole on the roof of houses and steal the bacon and flour.

"stands a landmark to the westward just across the vinegard ridge nestled 'mong the growing willows our beloved old point bridge. many a worm has met his death here, many a fish his waterloo, and mosquitoes crushed to mincemeat after they had bitten you."

poem by ida parker