Ole and Ellen Uglum
The Uglum House is another good example of one variety of the Queen Anne Style popular with Stoughton builders. It has a steep hipped roof and a porch which partially wraps around the front bay. The porch roof is supported by square posts and slender brackets, and is trimmed with a spool-and-spindle balustrade.
Ole was born in Norway and arrived in the United States in 1884. He was a wagon maker. Ellen was born in Wisconsin. The household in 1920 included two teen-aged sons and an elderly lodger, Amund Hanson.