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Descendants of John Brown, Sr.



Generation Four

55. James4 Dorroh (John 3, Jane2 Brown, John1); born circa 1795 at Laurens Co, SC; 610 married Elizabeth Sullivant, daughter of Stephen Sullivant and Martha Powell, 7 Dec 1815 at Caldwell Co., KY; 611 died circa 1849 at Kennedy, Pickens Co., AL; 612 buried after 1849 at Dorroh Family Cemetery, Pickens Co., AL. 613

Children of James4 Dorroh and Elizabeth Sullivant were as follows:



















63. Margaret Ann4 Adair (Rebecca 3Brown, Roger2, John 1); born 7 Feb 1805 at Laurens Co., SC; 630 married William Richey, son of Robert Richey and Rebecca Belton, 10 Feb 1820 at Pickens Co., AL; 631 died 10 Feb 1850 at Manti, Sanpete Co., UT, at age 45; 632 buried 10 Feb 1850 at Manti, Sanpete Co., UT. 633

Children of Margaret Ann4 Adair and William Richey were as follows:





















64. Samuel Jefferson4 Adair ( Rebecca3Brown, Roger2, John 1); born 28 Mar 1806 at Laurens Co., SC; 660 married Jemima Catherine Mangum, daughter of John Wesley Mangum and Rebecca Knowles, 3 Dec 1829 at Pickens Co., AL; 661 married Rachel Hunter 9 May 1853; 662 married Catherine Mattison 22 Oct 1864; 663 died 6 Jul 1889 at St Johns, Apache Co., AZ, at age 83. 664

Children of Samuel Jefferson4 Adair and Jemima Catherine Mangum were as follows:























There were no children of Samuel Jefferson4 Adair and Rachel Hunter.

There were no children of Samuel Jefferson4 Adair and Catherine Mattison.

66. Eliza Jane4 Adair (Rebecca 3Brown, Roger2, John 1); born 11 Nov 1810 at West Carthage, Rutherford Co., TN; 694 married Samuel Carson circa 1829 at <AL>; 695 married Moses Pierson circa 1838; 696 married John Price after 1840; 697 died 16 Aug 1892 at Washington, Washington Co., UT, at age 81; 698 buried 18 Aug 1892 at Washington, Washington Co., UT. 699

Children of Eliza Jane4 Adair and Samuel Carson were as follows:









Children of Eliza Jane4 Adair and Moses Pierson were:



Children of Eliza Jane4 Adair and John Price were as follows:











68. Thomas Jefferson4 Adair Jr. ( Rebecca3Brown, Roger2, John 1); born 31 May 1814 at Davidson Co., TN; 731 married Mary Vance(l) before 1836; 732 married Frances Rogers 23 Jan 1836 at Pickens Co., AL; 733 died 19 Sep 1895 at Show Low, Navajo Co., AZ, at age 81. 734

There were no children of Thomas Jefferson4 Adair Jr. and Mary Vance(l).

Children of Thomas Jefferson4 Adair Jr. and Frances Rogers were as follows:









69. Sarah Ada4 Adair (Rebecca 3Brown, Roger2, John 1); born 27 Dec 1815 at Pickens Co., AL; 743 married William Mangum, son of John Wesley Mangum and Rebecca Knowles, circa 1833 at Pickens Co., AL; 744 died 3 Jul 1852 at Loup Fork, Platte Co., NB, at age 36. 745

Children of Sarah Ada4 Adair and William Mangum were as follows:













70. George Washington4 Adair ( Rebecca3Brown, Roger2, John 1); born 18 Mar 1818 at Lincoln Co., TN; 761 married Miriam Jane Billingsly, daughter of Elijah Billingsly and Emaline Northcott, 6 May 1846 at Orderville, Kane Co., UT; 762 married Johanna Freestone Bennett 27 Sep 1880; 763 died 28 Aug 1897 at Orderville, Kane Co., UT, at age 79; 764 buried 29 Aug 1897. 765

Children of George Washington4 Adair and Miriam Jane Billingsly were as follows:























There were no children of George Washington4 Adair and Johanna Freestone Bennett.

72. Mary Ann4 Adair (Rebecca 3Brown, Roger2, John 1); born 5 Jul 1822 at Pickens Co., AL; 800 married John Wesley Mangum Jr., son of John Wesley Mangum and Rebecca Knowles, Oct 1840 at Itawamba Co., MS; 801 died 9 May 1892 at Georgetown, Kane Co., UT, at age 69. 802

Children of Mary Ann4 Adair and John Wesley Mangum Jr. were as follows:





























88. Mathew4 Harlan (Nancy 3Brown, Matthew2, John 1); born 14 Mar 1803 at Laurens Co, SC; 841 married Jemima Milner 26 Oct 1826 at Fayette Co., IN; 842 died 19 Nov 1900 at Connersville, Fayette Co., IN, at age 97; 843 buried after 19 Nov 1900 at Village Creek Cemetery, Connorsville, Fayette Co., IN. 844

He appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 845

Children of Mathew4 Harlan and Jemima Milner both born at Fayette Co., IN, were as follows:

He appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 847



He appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 849



89. George4 Harlan (Nancy 3Brown, Matthew2, John 1); born 20 Jan 1805 at Laurens Co, SC; 850 married Sarah A. Martin 3 Aug 1825 at Fayette Co., IN; 851 married Adelia Barnum 6 Jun 1875; 852 died Nov 1895 at Connersville, Fayette Co., IN, at age 90. 853

He appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 854 He was Clergyman in 1850. 855

Children of George4 Harlan and Sarah A. Martin all born at Fayette Co., IN, were as follows:

He appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 857



He appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 859



She appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 861



There were no children of George4 Harlan and Adelia Barnum.

93. Amos Worth4 Harlan (Nancy 3Brown, Matthew2, John 1); born 8 Sep 1813 at Laurens Co., SC; 862 married Nancy Wood 1 Jan 1834 at Fayette Co., IN. 863

He appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 864

Children of Amos Worth4 Harlan and Nancy Wood all born at Fayette Co., IN, were as follows:

She appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 866



He appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 868



He appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 870



She appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 872



She appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 874



He appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 876



94. Samuel4 Harlan (Nancy 3Brown, Matthew2, John 1); born 18 Sep 1815 at Connorsville, Fayette Co., IN; 877 married Jemima Meranda 25 Oct 1838 at Fayette Co., IN; 878 died 27 Apr 1868 at Connorsville, Fayette Co., IN, at age 52; 879 buried after 27 Apr 1868 at Village Creek Cemetery, Connorsville, Fayette Co., IN. 880

He appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 881

Children of Samuel4 Harlan and Jemima Meranda all born at Fayette Co., IN, were as follows:





She appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 885



She appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 887



He appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 889



96. Enoch4 Harlan (Nancy 3Brown, Matthew2, John 1); born 20 Jun 1819 at Connorsville, Fayette Co., IN; 890 married Mary Ann Honeywell, daughter of Judith (--?--), 21 Oct 1841 at Fayette Co., IN; 891 died 28 Feb 1851 at Connorsville, Fayette Co., IN, at age 31; 892 buried after 28 Feb 1851 at Village Creek Cemetery, Connorsville, Fayette Co., IN. 893

He appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 894

Children of Enoch4 Harlan and Mary Ann Honeywell all born at Fayette Co., IN, were as follows:

He appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 896



She appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 898



He appeared on the census of 1850 at Fayette Co., IN. 900



103. William4 Brown (David 3, Matthew2 , John1); born circa 1806 at Hamilton Co., OH; 901 married Delilah Rittenouse 13 Apr 1827. 902

Children of William4 Brown and Delilah Rittenouse were as follows:



Oobituary published in The Chehalis Bee Nugget

Centralia, Washington, dated 11 Jan 1889

On Saturday evening, Mr. Brown, a man who has but lately arrived here with his family, and who has been sick almost

since he came, died with chills and fever and was interred in the burying ground Monday morning. He leaves a wife and three

small children.

William Perry Brown was the youngest son of William Brown and Delilah Rittenhouse. He was born 19 Aug 1852 at

Shelby Co, IN and married 4 April 1875 at Shelby Co, to Charity E. Crim.

Submitted by Richard Weightman. 907



130. Elizabeth4 Brown (Robert 3, Matthew2 , John1); born 1 Feb 1807 at Hamilton Co., OH; 908, 909 married John Daniel Brown, son of Col. Thomas Brown and Elizabeth Glidewell, 2 Jul 1826 at Rush Co., OH; 910 died 21 Feb 1888 at Crooked Creek Twp., Jasper Co., IL, at age 81; 911, 912 buried after 21 Feb 1888 at Aten Cem, Crooked Creek Twp., Jasper Co., IL. 913

She appeared on the census of 17 Sep 1850 at Union Twp., Shelby Co., IN. 914

Children of Elizabeth4 Brown and John Daniel Brown all born at Shelby Co., IN, were as follows:

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Last Name, Bride or Groom: BROWN

First Name, Bride or Groom: MARY JANE

Last Name, Spouse: GUNNING

First Name, Spouse: JOHN

County : Shelby

Date : 3/22/1846

Remarks; 916 died 26 Mar 1908 at Union Twp., Shelby Co., IN, at age 80; 917 buried after 26 Mar 1908 at Bennett Cemetery, Union Twp., Shelby Co., IN. 918









She appeared on the census of 17 Sep 1850 at Union Twp., Shelby Co., IN. 928



He appeared on the census of 17 Sep 1850 at Union Twp., Shelby Co., IN. 932



132. Mary Ann4 Brown (Robert 3, Matthew2 , John1); born 25 Oct 1811 at Hamilton Co., OH; 933 married Fielding Hurst 7 Jan 1830 at Shelby Co., IN; 934 married John Holbrook, son of William Holbrook, 11 Feb 1836 at Shelby Co., IN; 935 died 13 Oct 1897 at Union Twp, Shelby Co., IN, at age 85; 936 buried after 13 Oct 1897 at Bennett Cemetery, Union Twp, Shelby Co., IN. 937

She emigrated in 1825; came with parents to Shelby Co., IN. 938

There were no children of Mary Ann4 Brown and Fielding Hurst.

Children of Mary Ann4 Brown and John Holbrook all born at Union Twp, Shelby Co., IN, were as follows:





The State of Indiana

vs

William Halbrook

Box 426, No 76

A TRUE BILL

R. Albert [?] Belton

WITNESSES

David Cotton

James Brown

Jos. Hice

George Danson

L. J. Hackney

Prosecuting Attorney.

F I L E D

June 14 1880

Fred. H. Chueden

CL'K

Indictment

"State of Indiana, Shelby County, ss:

Shelby Circuit Court, May Term, A.D. 1880

THE STATE OF INDIANA

vs Indictment for A & B

William Holbrook

The Grand Jurors of Shelby County, in the State of Indiana, good and lawful men, duly and legally impanneled, charged

and sworn to inquire into felonies and certain misdemeanors in and for the body of said County of Shelby in the name and by

the authority of the State of Indiana, on their oaths present that one William Holbrook late of said County, on the 12th day of

June, A.D., 1880 at said County and State aforesaid, did then and there in a rude, insolent and angry manner unlawfully touch,

strike and beat one David Cotton contrary to the form of the statute in such cases made and provided, and against the

peace and dignity of the State of Indiana."

/s/ Leonard J. Hackney

Prosecuting Attorney

PG 272

No. 76

The State of Indiana

vs

William Holbrook

================

Vacation Warrant,

Circuit Court

================

Bail, $50.00

================

To October Term, 1880

L.J. HackneyProsecuting Atty

Served Aug 4 1880

Miles 16

[The form and wording on the inside of this document directly corresponds to the document above - PMF]

Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming in 1880. 941













134. John William4 Brown (Robert 3, Matthew2 , John1); born 30 Oct 1818 at Hamilton Co, OH; 948, 949 married Eliza Jane Golding, daughter of Sylvester Golding and Elizabeth (Betsy) (--?--), 31 Mar 1842 at Shelbyville, Shelby Co., IN; 950 died 1897 at Crooked Creek Twp., Jasper Co., IL; 951, 952, 953 buried after 1897 at Aten Cem, Crooked Creek Twp., Jasper Co., IL. 954

He appeared on the census of 1870 at Shelby Co, IN; In the 1870 Shelby Co. Union township census  John was 52, Eliza was 43, Mathew was 18, George was 14, Phebe was 12, John was 8, and Harrison was 5. submitted by Linda Davis.

955

Children of John William4 Brown and Eliza Jane Golding were as follows:











Obituary  published probably by a Decatur, IL, newspaper, circa 1953

HARRISON BROWN, 88

DIES IN HOME TODAY

Harrison Alva Brown, 88, of Rural Route 1, died in his home at 6:30 am today. He had been ill about six weeks.

Born in Shelby County, Ind, March 4, 1865, he was the son of John [William] and Eliza [Jane] Brown. He married

Hester Ellen Hutson March 4, 1883, in Jasper County. She preceded him in death.

Mr. Brown, a retired carpenter, had lived in Decatur two years, coming from Urbana. He was a member of the Hope

Baptist Church in Urbana.

He leaves the following children: Mrs. Lillian Boggs, Urbana; and sons Charles, Decatur; Joe, Greenup; Roy,

Hammond, Ind; Fred and Ross, Champaign; Cloyce and Elbert, Urbana. He also leaves 22 grandchildren and 24 great

grandchildren.

The body was taken by the Brintlinger Funeral Home to the Mittendorf Funeral Home, Champaign, for services later this week.

[Newspaper clipping received from Betty Jane BROWN Freeman, a daughter of Harrison Alva Brown.]

Contributed by Richard Weightman. 964



135. Matthew Cotton4 Brown (Robert 3, Matthew2 , John1); born 10 May 1820 at Hamilton Co., OH; 965, 966, 967 married Sarah Linville, daughter of Moses Linville and Catherine Crim, 1 Apr 1847; Indiana State Library Genealogy Division

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Last Name, Bride or Groom: BROWN

First Name, Bride or Groom: MATHEW C

Last Name, Spouse: LINVILLE

First Name, Spouse: SARAH

County : Shelby

Date : 4/1/1847

Remarks; 968 died 3 May 1904 at Shelby Co., IN, at age 83; 969, 970 buried after 3 May 1904 at Bennett Cemetery, Union Twp, Shelby Co., IN. 971

Children of Matthew Cotton4 Brown and Sarah Linville were as follows:











136. William Wesley4 Brown (Robert 3, Matthew2 , John1); born 12 Dec 1827 at Union Township, Shelby County, IN; 984 married Nancy Linville, daughter of Moses Linville and Catherine Crim, 1 Nov 1849 at Shelby Co., IN; Indiana State Library Genealogy Division

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Last Name, Bride or Groom: BROWN

First Name, Bride or Groom: WILLIAM WESLEY

Last Name, Spouse: LINVILLE

First Name, Spouse: NANCY

County : Shelby

Date : 11/1/1849

Remarks; 985 died 16 Apr 1911 at Union Township, Shelby County, IN, at age 83; 986, 987 buried after 16 Apr 1911 at Bennett Cemetery, Union Twp, Shelby Co., IN. 988

Biography; William Wesley Brown

[The first paragraph of this article can be found under Robert Brown. -PMF]

William Wesley Brown, only survivor of his father's large family, was born in Union township, Shelby County, Indiana,

December 12, 1827. The chances for schooling in those days were slim, all pioneer boys being compelled to help with the

farm work as soon as they were able to handle a hoe, or lift an axe. William, therefore, made a full hand from his fifteenth year,

until he completed his twenty-third year of his age. At this time he began to think of doing something for himself, and was soon

engaged in farming on his own account. The strokes were steady and continuous, after he once got started and he spent all of

his adult life in the exacting duties of cultivating the soil. As the result of his lifetime of toil, and the exercise of economy and

good judgment, he finally found himself well fixed, with a good farm, nicely improved and possessing all the modern

conveniences. A few years ago, concluding that he had done his share, Mr. Brown retired from active business and left to the

younger generation the care of his estate. In 1849 he married Nancy, daughter of Moses Linville, who was born in

Shelby county in 1831, and belonged to one of the first and strongest of the county's early families. By this union there were

five children: William J., the oldest, was born August 30, 1850, married Missouri Hume, and is a resident of Milroy;

Franklin, who was born November 28, 1852, married Isabelle Ash and lives with his father and looks after the farm; he

has three children, Scott, Gracie and Clifford. David E., who was born December 16, 1856, married Maria Fisher,

and lives in Union township. Thomas L., who was born November 3, 1861, married Letta Briley and died some years

ago. Electa C., who was born January 8, 1866, married John Linville, and is a resident of Union township. For many

years the Brown family have been members of the Little Blue River Baptist church in Union township, and two of William

Wesley's sisters helped to organize it when the surrounding population was scant and the congregation small. Mr. Brown's wife

died August 19, 1900, after living with him for fifty-one years.

Chadwick's History of Shelby County, Indiana, by Edward H. Chadwick, B.A., assisted by well

known local talent, B.F. Bowen & Co, Publishers: Indianapolis, IN, 1909, pages 566-567.

Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming.

Children of William Wesley4 Brown and Nancy Linville were as follows:











140. Jane4 Golding (Sarah 3Brown, Matthew2, John 1); born 1811 at Hamilton Co., OH; 998 married John Gunning, son of David Gunning Sr. and Margaret Alexander, 5 Feb 1829 at Shelby Co., IN; 999 died 27 May 1830 at Shelby Co., IN; complications of childbirth with her only child, Sarah Jane Gunning, born 12 Apr. 1830, Shelby Co. IN; 1000 buried after 27 May 1830 at Little Blue River Cemetery, Union Twp., Shelby Co., IN. 1001

Children of Jane4 Golding and John Gunning were:



143. Catharine4 Golding (Sarah 3Brown, Matthew2, John 1); born 12 Oct 1819 at OH; 1002 married John L. Sharp, son of Isaac Sharp and Sarah Leaverton, 5 Jul 1834 at Shelby Co., IN; 1003 died 12 Jan 1889 at Portland, Sumner Co., KS, at age 69; 1004 buried after 12 Jan 1889 at Forest Hill Cemetery, Portland, Sumner Co., KS. 1005

Children of Catharine4 Golding and John L. Sharp were as follows:







She lived near Blackwell, Kay Co., OK. 1014



She lived near Blackwell, Kay Co., OK. 1018









She lived at Hannibal, Marion Co., MO. 1036





She lived at Topeka, KS. 1044



She lived at Blackwell, Kay Co., OK. 1048



145. Thomas C.4 Golding (Sarah 3Brown, Matthew2, John 1); born circa 1826 at Shelby Co., IN; 1049 married Mary Crim, daughter of Lewis C. Crim and Charity Linville, 21 Sep 1845. 1050

Children of Thomas C.4 Golding and Mary Crim were:



149. John Herrin4 Brown (John 3, Matthew2 , John1); born 13 Mar 1829 at Hamilton Co., OH; 1051 married Sarah J. Ellis 20 Feb 1851 at Harrison, OH; Desc. of John Brown, Sr.has 19 January 1851; 1052, 1053 died 5 Jan 1912 at 5:45 a.m., Union Township, Shelby Co., IN, at age 82; at the home of his daughter, Mrs. James Walker; 1054 buried after 5 Jan 1912 at Bennett Cemetery, Union Twp., Shelby Co., IN. 1055

In Memory

of

OUR FATHER

JOHN H. BROWN

(Probably written by Charles Sells Brown) after 5 Jan 1912

John H. Brown, eldest son of John and Sarah (Herrin) Brown, was born near Harrison, Hamilton county, Ohio,

on March 13, 1829. He attended the schools of the community and spent one year in college at College Hill, near Cincinnati, in

this study he acquired a thirst for knowledge, which he sought to satisfy by a long life of study and reading. He worked upon

the farm for his father after he was of age until he married Sarah J. Ellis on February 20, 1851. To this union six children

were born, a precious daughter, Lucy, the wife of Carey C. Cotton, died in August, 1883. The other children are James L.,

Kate Linville, Fanny Walker, Charles S. and Mollie Brown, all of whom are living and sought to make the last days of

their father as comfortable as possible. While rearing this family, all of whom were born in Ohio, he pursued the business of

truck farming and thus made the money with which he bought the farm in Shelby county, Indiana, and to which he moved in

1867. He now engaged in general farming and stock raising with success until he retired because of mother's health. He was

passionately fond of his business and was in the lead of his employees work.

He was a man of deep convictions and believed any cause he espoused to be right. He scorned to take any unfair

advantage of his fellowman and suffered loss rather than defile his conscience. His employees rise up and call him blessed for he

paid more rather than less in money and appreciation for the work done.

In politics he was a third party prohibitionist and by vote, by his means and by his influence, aided that cause. He hoped

for the abolition of the saloon and the beverage liquor traffic.

In early life he was converted in a revival in the Presbyterian church at Harrison and joined that church, he felt the call to

preach and answered it in the diligent service as a layman, never refusing any labor the church imposed. After coming to

Indiana, he placed his church letter with the M.E. church at Manilla and was at home in its fellowship. Afterward he was

affilitated with Pleasant Hill and West Street, Shelbyville, because of convenience, but when he removed to Manilla he again

became a member there. He served in many of the offices of the church and was happy and diligent in all of them. He had given

much time and prayer to the study of the Bible, and his knowledge of Scripture was rare for a layman. He was deeply spiritual

and allowed no pastor to go deeper than he could follow, he enjoyed spiritual things. In practice the religion of Jesus meant

righteousness. He was clean of life and of lip, his children never heard a profane or vulgar word from his lips in all their youth,

and no man ever heard him use a profane word. He was honest in his purposes and in his dealings. In July 1904, almost as

sudden as the lightning flash his companion for fifty-three years was sticken by death. The shock was too great for his nervous

system and his health began to decline. His mental faculties remained bright, he could plan but he no longer pushed the battle

but became dependent upon others. He wanted to live for his children's sake, but he was homesick for heaven and mother. He

left a goodly heritage in worldly property, but best he left a righteous character and a good name. His children and grand

children are by it instructed how to live. He stayed with us till January 5, 1912, when nearing his 83rd year, then peacefully

passed over to be with Jesus and the others in paradise.

Our memories hold him, his kindly face and word, his solicitude for our good, his ever-ready help in our need, his visits

to our homes, and though he is gone, he is t home there with them he so loved and some day we will go to him.

"One of these days we shall know the reason

Haply of much that perplexes now:

One of these days in the Lord's good season

light of His peace shall adorn the brow.

Blest, though out of tribulation,

Lifted to dwell in His sun bright smile,

Happy to share in the great salvation

Well may we tarry a little while"

Submitted by Richard Weightman

Biography Index Main Page. 1056

Children of John Herrin4 Brown and Sarah J. Ellis were as follows:













156. James4 Langston (Mary 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 7 Apr 1797 at Greenville, Greenville Co., SC; 1057 married Jennie Cooke 18 Mar 1819 at Franklin Co., IN; 1058 died 18 Oct 1871 at LaFontaine, Wabash Co., IN, at age 74. 1059

May have moved to Wabash Co., Indiana in 1818. 1060 He appeared on the census of 1850 at Harmony Twp., Union Co., IN; Occupation Farmer, Desc. of John Brown, Sr. says, Minister, image clearly shows farmer. 1061, 1062

Children of James4 Langston and Jennie Cooke were as follows:















She appeared on the census of 1850 at Harmony Twp., Union Co., IN. 1066





She appeared on the census of 12 Oct 1850 at Harmony Twp., Union Co., IN; age 11. 1069



159. Henry4 Langston (Mary 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 17 Dec 1802 at Laurens Co., SC; 1070 married Kezia Snowden, daughter of James Snowden and Mary (--?--), 20 May 1827 at Union Co., IN; 1071 died 24 Mar 1881 at Henry Co., IN, at age 78. 1072

He appeared on the census of 10 Sep 1850 at Harmony Twp., Union Co., IN; Occupation Farmer, age 48. 1073

Children of Henry4 Langston and Kezia Snowden all born at Union Co., IN, were as follows:

















161. Eliza Ann4 Langston (Mary 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 6 Mar 1807 at Laurens Co., SC; 1091 married Jacob Snowden, son of James Snowden and Mary (--?--), 23 Dec 1824 at Union Co; Desc. of John Brown, Sr. has 26 December 1824; 1092, 1093 died 8 Aug 1887 at Harmony Twp, Union Co., IN, at age 80; 1094 buried after 8 Aug 1887 at New Hope Cemetery, Harmony Twp., Union Co., IN. 1095

She and Jacob Snowden appeared on the census of 1850 at Union Co., IN. 1096

Children of Eliza Ann4 Langston and Jacob Snowden were as follows:

He appeared on the census of 9 Aug 1850 at Jennings Twp., Fayette Co., IN; Residing with Arch. M. & Henrietta Kennedy, Occupation Carpenter. 1099, 1100







He appeared on the census of 1850 at Union Co., IN; Laborer. 1105



He appeared on the census of 1850 at Union Co., IN. 1108













162. Isaiah4 Langston (Mary 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 21 Aug 1809 at Union Co., IN; 1109 married Esther Miller 20 Aug 1829 at Union Co., IN; 1110 married Amy F. Thackery 30 Jun 1840 at Ripley Co., IN; 1111 married Sarah Selina Lawton 10 Oct 1846 at Ripley Co., IN; 1112 died 26 Sep 1884 at Greenwood, Johnson Co., IN, at age 75. 1113

Children of Isaiah4 Langston and Esther Miller were as follows:







Children of Isaiah4 Langston and Amy F. Thackery all born at Ripley Co., IN, were as follows:







Children of Isaiah4 Langston and Sarah Selina Lawton were as follows:















164. Hiram Bennett4 Langston ( Mary3Brown, John2, John 1); born 29 Aug 1813 at Union Co., IN; 1144 married Hannah Day 1 Jan 1832 at Union Co., IN; 1145 died 17 Jun 1888 at Connersville, Fayette Co., IN, at age 74; 1146 buried after 17 Jun 1888 at Village Creek Cemetery, Connersville, Fayette Co., IN. 1147

He and Hannah Day appeared on the census of 1850 at Jackson Twp., Fayette Co., IN. 1148

Children of Hiram Bennett4 Langston and Hannah Day all born at Union Co., IN, were as follows:

She appeared on the census of 1850 at Jackson Twp., Fayette Co., IN. 1152



He appeared on the census of 1850 at Jackson Twp., Fayette Co., IN. 1155



He appeared on the census of 1850 at Jackson Twp., Fayette Co., IN. 1158



He appeared on the census of 1850 at Jackson Twp., Fayette Co., IN. 1162





She appeared on the census of 1850 at Jackson Twp., Fayette Co., IN. 1168



She appeared on the census of 1850 at Jackson Twp., Fayette Co., IN. 1172



He appeared on the census of 1850 at Jackson Twp., Fayette Co., IN. 1177









166. Emily4 Langston (Mary 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 23 Apr 1818 at Liberty, Union Co., IN; 1185 married Samuel McKee 8 Sep 1836 at Union Co., IN; 1186 died 31 Dec 1850 at Napoleon, Ripley Co., IN, at age 32. 1187

She appeared on the census of 10 Oct 1850 at Delaware Twp., Ripley Co., IN. 1188

Children of Emily4 Langston and Samuel McKee were as follows:



He appeared on the census of 10 Oct 1850 at Delaware Twp., Ripley Co., IN. 1191











167. Henrietta4 Langston (Mary 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 19 Oct 1820 at Union Co., IN; 1196 married Archibald McMichael Kennedy 13 May 1841 at Union Co., IN; 1197, 1198 died 24 Feb 1883 at Rushville, Rush Co., IN, at age 62; 1199 buried after 24 Feb 1883 at East Hill Cemetery, Rushville, Rush Co., IN. 1200

She appeared on the census of 9 Aug 1850 at Jennings Twp., Fayette Co., IN. 1201

Children of Henrietta4 Langston and Archibald McMichael Kennedy were as follows:



He appeared on the census of 1850 at Jennings Twp., Fayette Co., IN. 1208





She appeared on the census of 9 Aug 1850 at Jennings Twp., Fayette Co., IN. 1213







168. Catherine4 Brown (Thomas 3, John2, John1); born 28 Feb 1801 at Ninety-Six District, Laurens Co., SC; 1218 married Peter Snowden, son of James Snowden and Mary (--?--), 18 Jun 1818 at Franklin Co., IN; 1219 married Arthur T. Norris 30 Oct 1823 at Union Co., IN; 1220 died 13 Feb 1848 at Vermillion Co., IN, at age 46. 1221

Children of Catherine4 Brown and Peter Snowden were:



Children of Catherine4 Brown and Arthur T. Norris were as follows:





He appeared on the census of 9 Sep 1850 at Eugene Twp., Vermillion Co., IN; residing with John Skelton, Innkeeper, brother in law. 1223, 1224



He appeared on the census of 11 Sep 1850 at Eugene Twp., Vermillion Co., IN. 1228 He left a will on 2 Feb 1863; proved. 1229



He appeared on the census of 11 Sep 1850 at Eugene Twp., Vermillion Co., IN. 1232



She appeared on the census of 11 Sep 1850 at Eugene Twp., Vermillion Co., IN. 1234





She appeared on the census of 11 Sep 1850 at Eugene Twp., Vermillion Co., IN. 1236



169. John Daniel4 Brown (Thomas 3, John2, John1); born 29 Aug 1803 at Ninety-Six District, Laurens Co., SC; 1237 married Elizabeth Brown, daughter of Robert Brown and Catherine (Katie) Cotton, 2 Jul 1826 at Rush Co., OH; 1238 died 27 Jan 1861 at Union Twp., Shelby Co., IN, at age 57; 1239 buried after 27 Jan 1861 at Bennett Cemetery, Union Twp., Shelby Co., IN. 1240

He lived in 1830 at Union Co., IN. 1241 He appeared on the census of 17 Sep 1850 at Union Twp., Shelby Co., IN; Occupation Wagon Maker. 1242

Children of John Daniel4 Brown and Elizabeth Brown all born at Shelby Co., IN, were as follows:













170. Mathew4 Brown (Thomas 3, John2, John1); born 26 Mar 1806 at Ninety-Six District, Laurens Co., SC; 1243 married Julia F. Brumage, daughter of Jacob Brumage and Mary (--?--), 10 Feb 1828 at Fayette Co., IN; 1244 died 29 Jun 1842 at Cedar Twp., Muscatine Co., IA, at age 36; died while fighting a prairie fire; 1245 buried after 29 Jun 1842 at Oak Grove Cemetery, Cedar Twp., Muscatine Co., IA. 1246

He lived on the banks of the Missouri, helped his father survey parts of Iowa and decided to move there in 1838. 1247

Children of Mathew4 Brown and Julia F. Brumage were as follows:















171. Emily4 Brown (Thomas 3, John2, John1); born 20 Dec 1808 at Brownsville, Union Co., IN; 1253 married John Wolverton, son of John Wolverton and Mary Bell, 17 Feb 1831 at Union Co., IN; 1254 died 27 May 1894 at Washington Twp, Decator Co., IN, at age 85. 1255

She appeared on the census of 14 Aug 1850 at Washington Twp., Decator Co., IN. 1256 She  raised 9 of her grandchildren after they were left motherless after 1860. 1257

Children of Emily4 Brown and John Wolverton were as follows:



She appeared on the census of 14 Aug 1850 at Washington Twp., Decatur Co., IN. 1261





He appeared on the census of 14 Aug 1850 at Washington Twp., Decatur Co., IN. 1264





She appeared on the census of 14 Aug 1850 at Washington Twp., Decatur Co., IN. 1268



She appeared on the census of 14 Aug 1850 at Washington Twp., Decatur Co., IN. 1272





172. George Ross4 Brown (Thomas 3, John2, John1); was court clerk in Union Co., Indiana for a number of years. Was County Treasurer - 4 yrs. County?; born 28 Jun 1811 at Union Co., IN; 1273 married Elizabeth J. Ridenour 10 Mar 1835 at Preble Co., OH; 1274 died 4 Feb 1896 at Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OH, at age 84; 1275 buried after 4 Feb 1896 at Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Wayne Co., IN. 1276

He appeared on the census of 10 Sep 1850 at Union Twp., Union Co., IN; Occupation Farmer. 1277

Children of George Ross4 Brown and Elizabeth J. Ridenour all born at Union Co., IN, were as follows:

He appeared on the census of 10 Sep 1850 at Billingsville, Union Twp., Union Co., IN. 1280 He lived in 1896 at Shelbyville, Shelby Co., IN. 1281



She appeared on the census of 10 Sep 1850 at Billingsville, Union Twp., Union Co., IN. 1284



He appeared on the census of 10 Sep 1850 at Sillingsville, Union Twp., Union Co., IN. 1287





He appeared on the census of 10 Sep 1850 at Sillingsville, Union Twp., Union Co., IN; named spelled Avander on census. 1292 He lived in 1896 at 50 S. 13th St., Richmond, Wayne Co., IN. 1293



He appeared on the census of 10 Sep 1850 at Sillingsville, Union Twp., Union Co., IN. 1295 He lived in 1896 at Hastings, NB. 1296



173. Eliza Ann4 Brown (Thomas 3, John2, John1); born 27 Aug 1813 at Union Co., IN; 1297 married Ezra Smith 17 Nov 1831 at Union Co., IN; marriage license is under Liza Ann Brown; 1298 died 23 Jul 1893 at Columbus, Bartholomew Co., IN, at age 79; 1299 buried after 23 Jul 1893 at Columbus, Bartholomew Co., IN. 1300

She lived between 1872 and 1893 at Richmond, Wayne Co., IN; lived with her son Thomas E. Smith. 1301

Children of Eliza Ann4 Brown and Ezra Smith all born at Union Co., IN, were as follows:











She "According to the Family Bible in possession of William Bishop, Emily Caroline Smith born Apr 24, 1849 married Henry Hiatt and died Sept 26 1913 in Indianapolis, Indiana and was buried at Richmond on the Hiatt lot. According to her obit her name was Elizabeth" after 1849. 1317 She and Henry Hiatt lived in 1913 at 17 S. Summit, Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN. 1318



175. Oliver Bonfield4 Brown (Thomas 3, John2, John1); born 20 Nov 1818 at Union Co., IN; 1319 married Emeline C. Frazee, daughter of Recompense Frazee and Abigail Bonnell, 21 Nov 1844 at Union Co., IN; 1320 married Mary Ann White 1 Jul 1856 at Union Co., IN; 1321 died 17 May 1888 at Portland, Jay Co., IN, at age 69; 1322 buried after 17 May 1888 at Greenpark Cemetery, Portland, Jay Co., IN. 1323

He lived on 21 Apr 1867 at section 19, Noble Twp., Jay Co., IN; farmer. 1324 He was superintendent of the poor farm between 1875 and 1881. 1325

Children of Oliver Bonfield4 Brown and Emeline C. Frazee were:

P served with; enlisted 147th Ohio Infantry, 100 days service. 1328



Children of Oliver Bonfield4 Brown and Mary Ann White both born at Union Co., IN, were as follows:

He lived; lived in Vicksburg, Mississippi, unkown dates. 1331





178. Henry D.4 Nabors (Rebecca 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 5 Apr 1801 at Laurens Co., SC; 1335 married Joanna Beers 15 Apr 1834 at Fountain Co., IN; 1336 died 1 Feb 1848 at Troy Township, Fountain Co., IN, at age 46; 1337 buried after 1 Feb 1848 at Oak Grove Cemetery, Covington, Fountain Co., IN. 1338

Children of Henry D.4 Nabors and Joanna Beers all born at Fountain Co., IN, were as follows:

She appeared on the census of 5 Oct 1850 at Troy Twp, Fountain Co., IN; listed as Neighbors. 1340



He appeared on the census of 5 Oct 1850 at Troy Twp, Fountain Co., IN; listed as Neighbors. 1342



She appeared on the census of 5 Oct 1850 at Troy Twp, Fountain Co., IN; listed as Neighbors. 1346 As of 16 Sep 1869, her married name was Lewsader. 1347



She appeared on the census of 5 Oct 1850 at Troy Twp, Fountain Co., IN; listed as Neighbors. 1349





She appeared on the census of 5 Oct 1850 at Troy Twp, Fountain Co., IN; listed as Neighbors. 1351



179. Caroline4 Nabors (Rebecca 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 24 Sep 1812 at Union Co., IN; 1352 married James Casto 6 Nov 1832 at Fountain Co., IN; 1353 died 2 Jan 1879 at CA at age 66. 1354

Children of Caroline4 Nabors and James Casto were as follows:















183. Agnes4 Carwile (Jane 3Brown, John2, John 1); born circa 1803 at Laurens Co., SC; 1363 married Wells Stevens 6 Jan 1819 at Franklin Co., IN. 1364

Children of Agnes4 Carwile and Wells Stevens were as follows:











184. Edwin Leroy4 Carwile (Jane 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 26 Feb 1804 at Laurens Co., SC; 1373 married Sarah Statre 2 Nov 1826 at Union Co., IN; 1374 died 1859 at Cass Twp., Wapello Co., IA; 1375 buried after 1859 at Chillicothe Cemetery, Cass Twp., Wapello Co., IA. 1376

He appeared on the census of 30 Sep 1850 at Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN; Occupation Farmer. 1377

Children of Edwin Leroy4 Carwile and Sarah Statre all born at Fountain Co., IN, were as follows:





He appeared on the census of 30 Sep 1850 at Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN; Occupation Farmer. 1382



She appeared on the census of 30 Sep 1850 at Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1384



185. William Schuyler4 Carwile ( Jane3Brown, John2, John 1); born 9 Mar 1806 at Laurens Co., SC; 1385 married Susannah Ralston 23 Mar 1828 at Fountain Co., IN. 1386

Children of William Schuyler4 Carwile and Susannah Ralston were as follows:















189. James Madison4 Carwile (Jane 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 16 Jul 1816 at Union Co., IN; 1397 married Harriet J. Corbin, daughter of Jesse Corbin and Elizabeth Forrester, 10 Jan 1839 at Fountain Co., IN; 1398 died 5 Apr 1878 at age 61. 1399

He appeared on the census of 28 Sep 1850 at Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN; Occupation Farmer. 1400

Children of James Madison4 Carwile and Harriet J. Corbin all born at Fountain Co., IN, were as follows:



She appeared on the census of 28 Sep 1850 at Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1403



He appeared on the census of 28 Sep 1850 at Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1405







190. Mary Ann4 Carwile (Jane 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 14 Oct 1818 at Union Co., IN; 1407 married Smith Rabb 26 Aug 1841 at Fountain Co., IN; 1408 died 9 Aug 1885 at Vermillion Co., IN, at age 66. 1409

Children of Mary Ann4 Carwile and Smith Rabb were as follows:

















191. Cynthia Ann4 Carwile (Jane 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 2 Mar 1821 at Union Co., IN; 1426 married James D. Crane 7 Nov 1839 at Fountain Co., IN. 1427

She appeared on the census of 28 Oct 1850 at Covington, Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1428

Children of Cynthia Ann4 Carwile and James D. Crane all born at Covington, Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN, were as follows:

He appeared on the census of 28 Oct 1850 at Covington, Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1430



He appeared on the census of 28 Oct 1850 at Covington, Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1432



She appeared on the census of 28 Oct 1850 at Covington, Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1435



He appeared on the census of 28 Oct 1850 at Covington, Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1438



192. Catharine4 Carwile (Jane 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 28 May 1823 at Union Co., IN; 1439 married Francis A. Olds 5 Feb 1843 at Fountain Co., IN; 1440 died between 1860 and 1870 at Fountain Co., IN. 1441

She appeared on the census of 24 Oct 1850 at Covington, Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1442

Children of Catharine4 Carwile and Francis A. Olds all born at Covington, Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN, were as follows:

He appeared on the census of 24 Oct 1850 at Covington, Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1444



She appeared on the census of 24 Oct 1850 at Covington, Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1446



He appeared on the census of 24 Oct 1850 at Covington, Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN; age 3/12. 1449



She appeared on the census of 24 Oct 1850 at Covington, Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN; age 3/12. 1451







194. Emily Brown4 Carwile (Jane 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 23 Aug 1828 at Fountain Co., IN; 1456 married Eli Capsure Davis 21 Aug 1851 at Fountain Co., IN;

Fountain County, Indiana Index to Marriage Records A-G Book 1 Vol 1 1848-1920

Carwile Emily Eli Davis Aug 21 1851 3 276; 1457 died 5 Dec 1890 at Covington, Fountain Co., IN, at age 62; 1458 buried after 5 Dec 1890 at Covington, Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1459

She appeared on the census of 30 Sep 1850 at Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN; with parents. 1460

Children of Emily Brown4 Carwile and Eli Capsure Davis all born at Covington, Troy Twp., Fountain Co., IN, were as follows:









195. Hiram S.4 Norris (Sarah 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 18 Jan 1811 at Union Co., IN; 1472 married Elizabeth D. Elwell 28 Jan 1830 at Union Co., IN; 1473 died 5 Apr 1852 at Fountain Co., IN, at age 41. 1474

He appeared on the census of 23 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN; Occupation Farmer. 1475

Children of Hiram S.4 Norris and Elizabeth D. Elwell were as follows:

She appeared on the census of 23 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1480







She Not on 1850 census on 23 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1484



She appeared on the census of 23 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1486





196. Catharine M.4 Norris (Sarah 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 2 Sep 1812 at Union Co., IN; 1489 married Thomas Cromwell 1 Jan 1829 at Union Co., IN; 1490 married Silas H. Cory 13 Dec 1830 at Union Co., IN; 1491 died 8 Sep 1901 at Fountain Co., IN, at age 89; 1492 buried after 8 Sep 1901 at Harveysburg Cemetery, Harveysburg, Fountain Co., IN. 1493

There were no children of Catharine M.4 Norris and Thomas Cromwell.

Children of Catharine M.4 Norris and Silas H. Cory were as follows:

He appeared on the census of 23 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN; Occupation Farmer. 1496



She appeared on the census of 23 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1498



She appeared on the census of 23 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1500



He appeared on the census of 23 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1502



She appeared on the census of 23 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1506



She appeared on the census of 23 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1508





She appeared on the census of 23 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN; age 2/12. 1511









197. Evaline4 Norris (Sarah 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 16 Dec 1814 at Union Co., IN; 1518 married Henry Holland 3 May 1832 at Union Co., IN; 1519 died 28 Feb 1879 at Fountain Co., IN, at age 64; 1520 buried 28 Feb 1879 at Harveysburg Cemetery, Harveysburg, Fountain Co., IN. 1521

She appeared on the census of 20 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1522

Children of Evaline4 Norris and Henry Holland were as follows:

She appeared on the census of 20 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1524





She appeared on the census of 20 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1528





She appeared on the census of 20 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1531



198. Sarah Ann4 Norris (Sarah 3Brown, John2, John 1); born circa 1819 at Union Co., IN; 1532 married James M. Keller 8 Jan 1843 at Fountain Co., IN; 1533 died 12 Feb 1889 at Yeddo, Fountain Co., IN. 1534

She appeared on the census of 23 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN. 1535

Children of Sarah Ann4 Norris and James M. Keller all born at Fountain Co., IN, were as follows:

She appeared on the census of 23 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN; age 6. 1538





He appeared on the census of 23 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN; age 2. 1542







199. William4 Norris (Sarah 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 11 Dec 1821 at Union Co., IN; 1547 married Orleana McLean 16 Dec 1845 at Fountain Co., IN; 1548 died 19 Apr 1908 at Fountain Co., IN, at age 86; 1549 buried after 19 Apr 1908 at Harveysburg Cemetery, Harveysburg, Fountain Co., IN. 1550

He appeared on the census of 20 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN; Occupation Farmer. 1551

Children of William4 Norris and Orleana McLean all born at Fountain Co., IN, were as follows:

She appeared on the census of 20 Aug 1850 at Fulton Twp., Fountain Co., IN; age 3. 1554



















200. Martha Jane4 Norris (Sarah 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 1 Jun 1825 at Union Co., IN; 1573 married William Dice 13 Apr 1843 at Fountain Co., IN; 1574 died 14 Sep 1867 at Fountain Co., IN, at age 42. 1575

She appeared on the census of 8 Nov 1850 at Van Buren Twp., Fountain Co., IN; age 24. 1576

Children of Martha Jane4 Norris and William Dice all born at Veddersburg, Fountain Co., IN, were as follows:

He appeared on the census of 8 Nov 1850 at Van Buren Twp., Fountain Co., IN; age 5. 1578



She appeared on the census of 8 Nov 1850 at Van Buren Twp., Fountain Co., IN; age 3. 1582









201. George Washington4 Brown ( Matthew3, John 2, John1); born 7 Dec 1814 at Union Co., IN; 1590 married Sarah Sines 25 Aug 1836 at Carroll Co., IN; 1591 died 25 Jun 1838 at Carroll Co., IN, at age 23; 1592 buried after 25 Jun 1838 at Zion Cemetery, Madison Twp., Carroll Co., IN. 1593

Children of George Washington4 Brown and Sarah Sines were as follows:





203. Sarah Jane4 Brown (Matthew 3, John2, John1); born 1 Jun 1819 at Union Co., IN; 1597 married Richard DeArmon Ross, son of Samuel Ross and Catherine Hill, 12 Sep 1837 at Carroll Co., IN; 1598 died 27 Sep 1872 at Miami Co., IN, at age 53. 1599

Children of Sarah Jane4 Brown and Richard DeArmon Ross were as follows:





















204. Mahala4 Brown (Matthew 3, John2, John1); born 9 May 1821 at Union Co., IN; 1611 married Jacob Wilson 17 Oct 1841 at Carroll Co., IN; 1612 married Jacob Ball 14 Nov 1847; 1613 died 14 Nov 1877 at Carroll Co., IN, at age 56. 1614

Children of Mahala4 Brown and Jacob Wilson were:



Children of Mahala4 Brown and Jacob Ball all born at Carroll Co., IN, were as follows:









205. Benjamin Franklin4 Brown ( Matthew3, John 2, John1); born 18 Jul 1823 at Union Co., IN; 1625 married Tennessee B. Mabery 8 Nov 1842 at Carroll Co., IN; 1626 died before 1873 at Carroll Co., IN. 1627

Children of Benjamin Franklin4 Brown and Tennessee B. Mabery were as follows:











206. John Durbin4 Brown (Matthew 3, John2, John1); born 11 Aug 1825 at Marion Co., IN; 1635 married Rebecca Jane Gasaway, daughter of Thomas Gasaway and Elizabeth Lumbeck, 3 Oct 1844 at Carroll Co., IN; 1636 died 19 May 1898 at age 72; 1637 buried after 19 May 1898 at I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Fulton Co., IN. 1638

Children of John Durbin4 Brown and Rebecca Jane Gasaway were as follows:

















207. Matthew Winder4 Brown (Matthew 3, John2, John1); born 12 Nov 1827 at Union Co., IN; 1655 married Louisa Brown, daughter of Jacob Brown and Lydia (--?--), circa 1847 at Carroll Co., IN; 1656 died before 1873. 1657

Children of Matthew Winder4 Brown and Louisa Brown all born at Carroll Co., IN, were as follows:











208. Thomas J.4 Brown (Matthew 3, John2, John1); born 15 Dec 1829 at Union Co., IN; 1668 married Sarah Jane Clark 24 Oct 1850 at Carroll Co., IN; 1669 died before 1873. 1670

Children of Thomas J.4 Brown and Sarah Jane Clark were as follows:









213. Cynthia Ann4 Burnside (Pamelia 3Brown, John2, John 1); born 4 Jun 1815 at Liberty, Union Co., IN; 1677 married Benjamin V. Gould 1 Nov 1832 at Union Co., IN; 1678 married Thomas Morrow 24 Oct 1854 at Union Co., IN; 1679 died 10 Jul 1879 at Union Co., IN, at age 64. 1680

Children of Cynthia Ann4 Burnside and Benjamin V. Gould both born at Union Co., IN, were as follows:





There were no children of Cynthia Ann4 Burnside and Thomas Morrow.

215. Henry Middleton4 Burnside ( Pamelia3Brown, John2, John 1); born 15 Oct 1819 at Union Co., IN; 1683 married Camilla Martha Corwell 18 Nov 1845 at Franklin Co., IN; 1684 died 9 Aug 1874 at Boggstown, Shelby Co., IN, at age 54; 1685 buried after 9 Aug 1874 at Boggstown Cemetery, Boggstown, Shelby Co., IN. 1686

He was a farmer in Laurel, Franklin County, Indiana, and then resided in Indianapolis, but died in Shelby County, Indiana between 1845 and 1874. 1687 He appeared on the census of 8 Nov 1850 at Laurel Twp., Franklin Co., IN; Occupation Farmer, age 23. Indexed as Burnsides. 1688

Children of Henry Middleton4 Burnside and Camilla Martha Corwell all born at Franklin Co., IN, were as follows:

She appeared on the census of 8 Nov 1850 at Laurel Twp., Franklin Co., IN; age 3. 1692



She appeared on the census of 8 Nov 1850 at Laurel Twp., Franklin Co., IN; age 2, listed as Ellen. 1696









217. Benjamin Franklin4 Burnside ( Pamelia3Brown, John2, John 1); born 30 May 1826 at Union Co., IN; 1699 married Lydia Ann Foutz, daughter of (--?--) Foutz, 23 May 1848 at Union Co., IN; 1700 died 16 Nov 1881 at Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN, at age 55. 1701

He appeared on the census of 26 Aug 1850 at Liberty Center Twp., Union Co., IN; Occupation: Saddler, age 24. Indexed under Burnsides. 1702 He was was a mechanic, who under contract furnished horses and mules to the Army of the Tennessee during the Civil War. He was a Democrat in politics circa 1861. 1703

Children of Benjamin Franklin4 Burnside and Lydia Ann Foutz were as follows:

He appeared on the census of 26 Aug 1850 at Liberty Center Twp., Union Co., IN; age 1. 1705













222. Isaac J.4 Brown (William 3, John2, John1); born 22 Dec 1819 at Union Co., IN; 1712, 1713 married Margaret E. Coffin 16 Feb 1843; 1714 died after 1879 at <Champaign Co., IL>. 1715

Children of Isaac J.4 Brown and Margaret E. Coffin both born at IN were as follows:





226. Thomas E.4 Brown (William 3, John2, John1); born Nov 1830 at Union Co., IN; 1718, 1719 married Elizabeth E; 1720 married Mary Jane Brown, daughter of Daniel Brown, 1 May 1851 at Union Co., IN; 1721 died 1916 at Liberty, Union Co., IN; 1722 buried after 1916 at West Point Cemetery, Liberty Center Twp., Union Co., IN. 1723

There were no children of Thomas E.4 Brown and Elizabeth E..

Children of Thomas E.4 Brown and Mary Jane Brown were as follows:














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