Nancy Quindaro Brown Guthrie

Nancy Quindaro Brown was Chief Adam Brown's daughter. Named Quindaro, in traditional Wyandot language her name refers to the leadership role of a first born daughter. When the tribe was living in Ohio, Nancy met and married Abelard Guthrie a land agent (against her father's vehement wishes). After the tribe moved to Ohio, Abelard Guthrie founded a town named Quindaro. The town which bore Nancy's name was the first free port on the Missouri River, an underground railroad site and a temprance town.

Despite her protestations Nancy was declared a Citizen or Absentee Wyandot. The Wyandot Tribal Rolls of 1867 show that Nancy wished to retain her tribal status as well as the tribal status of her children.