3 edition of William Bown, Senior, his children, his ancestors found in the catalog.
William Bown, Senior, his children, his ancestors
Ann Marie Bown Brooks
|Statement||compiled by Ann Marie Bown Brooks.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.B725 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ca. 200 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||80110528|
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After marrying his wife, Mary Ann Broomhead Wheelock, in England, he sailed to America in on the ship Ann came to America on the ship Ellen Mari a with her daughter Kate Ethlind Wheelock and her father, William Broomhead, in Cyrus initially traveled to the Salt Lake Valley as Captain of the Cyrus H.
Wheelock Company in Full text of " Brown genealogy of many of the descendants of Thomas, John, and Eleazer Brown " See other formats. Alexander Timothy Brown () Syracuse, N. / VOL. II BROWN GENEALOGY PART I MANY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF Thomas, John, and Eleazer Brown SONS OF THOMAS AND MARY (NEWHALL) BROWN OF LYNN, MASS.
* PART II y MANY OF. In the mids, William and Margret BROWN lived in Rowan County (created ), North Carolina, with some of their 9 children; 3 sons and 6 daughters. Family records state that William BROWN (c–Feb./Aug) was of Scotch and Portuguese or "Portigee" descent, and that the ancestry of his wife, Margret (c–), was.
The William Rush papers consists of four folders of letters from William to his mother Julia Rush from to and one volume, Examinations on Materia Medica in the Philadelphia School of Medicine, given by him as lecturer on materia medica and therapeutics at.
William Wilcockson was born at Biggin-by-Hulland, Derbyshire, likely the son of William Wilcoxson (tanner) his ancestors book his 1st wife. He died before 15 Jun at Stratford, Fairfield County, Colony of Connecticut.
His widow Margaret remarried to William Hayden. Lancelot was born in in Kirkharle, the son Senior William BROWN and Ursula HALL. William BROWN worked as a land agent for Sir William Loraine, the local landowner, and it was at his country house in Kirkharle that he met Ursula HALL, where she was working as a chambermaid.
William’s parents were Lancelot BROWN and Dorothy (surname unknown). Full text of "Monograph on the Southgate family of Scarborough, Maine, their ancestors and descendants" See other his ancestors book. His paternal ancestors included soldiers who had served during the Revolutionary War and with the Confederate Army, but after graduating from high.
Thomas Brown, senior, of Lynn, His ancestors book, married Mary Newhall, the youngest child of Thomas and Mary Newhall of Lynn, date not preserved. Thomas Brown and wife were doubtless both of English origin, but the place of their nativity is unknown.
THOMAS BROWN, senior, was born in the yearand his-wife, Mary Newhall, was born in the year He and his wife, Elizabeth, had six children, including daughters named Elizabeth and Hannah and sons named Joseph and Lawrence. The elder Joseph was one of the First Purchasers of Pennsylvania; he and his father, Lawrence, were granted a tract of 10, acres by William Penn.
In William bought his final piece of land, probably to leave to his sons. It was in Buckingham, far from his Bensalem land. 13 This was a tract of acres, bought from Thomas Stevenson.
In JanuaryWilliam was 47 years old. His six children were in. William Browne was baptised on 21 st March in Ifield, Sussex. He possibly married Ann Ranger on 23 rd January in Uckfield, Sussex (I think this is incorrect as it would only be correct if the whole family had moved to Buxted- but cant yet find another suitable William.).
William & Ann had five children. Thomas Bennett was born in Ely, Cambridgeshire inthe son of Thomas Bennett senior, a schoolteacher, and his wife Harriett. Thomas senior was Lay Clerk and Master of the Choristers at Kings College Choir, Cambridge from about until Sept Thomas junior was a member of the Ely Cathedral Choir Boys from to Obadiah Holmes (son of Robert Holmes and Katherine Johnson) was born 08 Mar in Lancashire, England, and died 15 Oct in Holmes Burying Ground, located in his own field which became Middletown, married Catherine Hyde on 20 Nov in Collegiate Church, Manchester, England, daughter of Gilbert Hyde.
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The will of Martin Moenen, Merchant, from Great Yarmouth (dated 9 th March 7 8 and proved seven weeks later on 28 th April ) refers to his wife, Marie, his three sons, John, Abraham and Nathaniell (A), and his three daughters, Sara (B), Judith (C) and Abigail (D).He also refers to his “Son in Law Thomas Russe”.His reference to his Brother in Law Angell Hollwicke Leonardson may.
I have several ancestors named Joseph Stirland. This post concerns my 2 x great grandfather, son of William Stirland and Dinah Hofton. He was born into a coalmining family in June in Cotmanhay, Derbyshire and, like his father, became a coalminer.
He had 8 children & attended the Old Meeting House where his grandson Isaac Robert became a Warden in Isaac had a younger brother William who also settled in Birmingham. William married Martha Barrowcliffe at St Martins in They had 6 children who were all.
John Lorymer or Lorrimer was Master of the Company of Apothecaries in In his will (proved 16 th January 0 / 1) he refers to a great many friends and relatives. He says of William Rous ( 21): “ I give unto my servant William Rowse forty pounds; and also I give him the thirty pounds his brother owes me by bond; and I desire my wife [Frances] to have a special regard to the.
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