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Some Descendants of Thomas BROWN & his sons, Thomas, John & Eleazer, of Stonington, Conn.

Fifth Generation

(Continued)


430. John BROWN (Ichabod , Ichabod , John , Thomas ) was born 5 Dec 1775 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. He died 2 Jun 1866 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut and was buried in #69 Brown Cemetery, No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, Boston, The Everett Press Company 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 80.
    Mr. Brown in his younger years learned the saddler business, and did in those days an extensive and thriving business. Taking a full sleighload of saddles, and was known as "Saddler John." Later in lafe he quietly attended to his farm.

GRAVESTONE INSCRIPTIONS, by Hale, page 60.
    Brown Cemetery, #59,
    BROWN, John, died, June 2, 1866, age 91 yrs. 6 mos.

John married Sally DENISON, daughter of Andrew DENISON and Sarah WILLIAMS "Sally", on 13 Aug 1841 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. Sally was born 10 Jun 1789 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. She died 12 Jan 1877 in Stonington, Illinois.

They had the following children:

+ 1236 M i John Denison BROWN was born 23 Mar 1809.
+ 1237 F ii Sarah Ann BROWN was born 9 Oct 1814 and died 22 May 1842.
  1238 M iii
Benjamin Franklin BROWN was born 14 Aug 1816 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, Boston, The Everett Press Company 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 81.
    He was in the Mexican War, and was interpreter for General Taylor; he had three horses shot from under him. After the war he settled in Texas and married a Spanish girs; changed his name to Rowan; had a fine family of children; was killed by one of his sheep herders, near Corpus Christi, Texas. His home ws in Laredo, Texas.
    When his father's will was probated a sum of money was set aside in a Norwich, Conn., Savings Bank for the absent son Frank, which his children after many years received.
  1239 M iv
Stephen A. BROWN was born 6 Aug 1834 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. He died 3 Jul 1865 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut and was buried in #69 Brown Cemetery, No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.

GRAVESTONE INSCRIPTIONS, by Hale, page 60.
    BROWN, Stephen A., son of John & Sally, died July 3, 1865, age 31.
       
Stephen married Lovisa K. CRARY, daughter of Nathaniel M. CRARY and Rebecca STEWART. Lovisa was born 19 Apr 1837 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. She died 9 Aug 1900 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.

433. Steven BROWN (Stephen , Ichabod , John , Thomas ) was born 10 Aug 1760 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. He died 23 Feb 1829.

THE MAIN TREE II, Second Edition, by Nancy (Portor) Childress, 1995. page 44.
    Rick Crume - his file R 54, R 255, R 261, R 270, R 281, R 283 - History of Otsego County, New York, 1740-1878. Philadelphia, Everts & Feriss, 1878. Reprint by W.E. Morrison & Co., Ovid, NY, 1978, page. 176.
    LDS IGI - 1600-1910. 1988 edn. CT Batch #7450311 FHL film #00280.
    Palmer Families in America 1675 - 1953, by Horace W. Palmer.
    LDS julm #0176580, SLC, UT.
    DAR unpublished records, Otsego Co., NY 1829-1837 Vo. 189 p. 39, DAR Library, Washington, DC.
    Schenevus Cemetery, Maryland, Otsego Co., NY; Otsego Co., NY deeds. 1807 Vol. M, page 389. FHL film #1,023,769.

Steven married Thankful MAIN, daughter of Amos MAIN and Abigail BROWN "Nabbie", about 1790 in Albany, Albany Co., New York. Thankful was born 12 Aug 1764 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. She died 6 May 1837 in Maryland, Otsego Co., New York.

They had the following children:

  1240 M i
Stephen P. BROWN was born about 1791 in Albany, New York. He died 1872 in Maryland, Otsego Co., New York.
       
Stephen married Betsey SALISBURY.
  1241 F ii
Abigail BROWN was born 1 Mar 1795 in Albany, New York. She died about 1825 in Otsego Co., New York.
       
Abigail married Daniel HALLOCK.
  1242 M iii
Amos H. BROWN was born about 1797 in Albany, New York. He died 1875.
       
Amos married (1) Miss PERSIS.
       
Amos also married (2) Sally.
+ 1243 F iv Lucy BROWN was born 28 May 1801 and died 2 Apr 1896.
  1244 M v
David BROWN was born 1802 in Albany, New York. He died 8 May 1842 in Knoxville, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania.
  1245 F vi
Elmina BROWN was born about 1804 in Albany, New York. She died 30 Apr 1859.
       
Elmina married Aaron CHAMPION on 12 Feb 1823 in Schenevus, Otsego Co., New York.

444. Esther BABCOCK (Sarah BROWN , Ichabod , John , Thomas ) was born 3 Jan 1763 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. She died Apr 1840.

VITAL RECORDS OF STONINGTON CT, Vol. 3, page 204.

Esther married Daniel HUTCHINSON. Daniel was born in of Jericho, Vermont.

They had the following children:

  1246 F i
Alice HUTCHINSON.
        Alice married Deacon ABEL
  1247 M ii
David HUTCHINSON.
        David married Polly CURTIS
  1248 F iii
Sophia HUTCHINSON.
  1249 F iv
Ruby HUTCHINSON.
  1250 F v
Eliza HUTCHINSON.
  1251 F vi
Nancy HUTCHINSON.
  1252 F vii
Mary HUTCHINSON.

445. Elias BABCOCK (Sarah BROWN , Ichabod , John , Thomas ) was born 24 Feb 1764 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.

VITAL RECORDS OF STONINGTON CT, Vol. 3, page 204.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 309.
    Eliax and his brother Ichabod moved, in 1788, from Canaan, Conn., to Poultney, Vermont and settled in Fennell Hollow, on a farm he bought of Philip Howe, which he paid for in part with cattle which he had driven from Connecticut. In the early part of his life he was an active citizen, and rendered effecient service in sustaining the Congregational Church. He did the stonework free of charge in the Congregational church edifice in Poultney, Vermont.

Elias married Hannah BARBER about 1800. Hannah was born in Connecticut. She died about 1870 in E. Poultney, Vermont.

They had the following children:

  1253 F i
Hannah BABCOCK was born about 1801 in E. Poultney, Vermont. She died Feb 1850 in E. Poultney, Vermont.
+ 1254 M ii Stevens BABCOCK was born 2 Feb 1802 and died 14 Apr 1884.
+ 1255 M iii Harry BABCOCK was born about 1805 and died 1837.
  1256 F iv
Anna BABCOCK was born 1807 in E. Poultney, Vermont. She died Nov 1870 in Hortonville, Hubbardton, Vermont.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 310.
   No children. They lived in Benson and Hubbardton. Both died in Hortonville, in the town of Hubbardton.
       
Anna married Arch GIBBS about 1847. Arch was born about 1810. He died 1873 in Hortonville, Hubbardton, Vermont.

447. Silas BABCOCK (Sarah BROWN , Ichabod , John , Thomas ) was born 18 May 1770 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. He died 10 Aug 1843 in Wayne, Ohio.

VITAL RECORDS OF STONINGTON CT, Vol. 3, page 204.

Silas married Rachel ALLEN, daughter of Dr. Elisha ALLEN, on 16 Mar 1797. Rachel was born 4 Apr 1778. She died 28 Sep 1834.

They had the following children:

+ 1257 F i Daphene BABCOCK was born 22 Feb 1798 and died 1816.
  1258 F ii
Anna BABCOCK was born 13 Mar 1800 in Essex, Vermont.
       
Anna married James DAVIDSON on 1841.
+ 1259 M iii Rev. Hiram A. BABCOCK was born 14 Apr 1802.
  1260 M iv
Eveline BABCOCK was born 1 Feb 1805 in Essex, Vermont.
       
Eveline married David BABCOCK.
  1261 M v
Orville BABCOCK was born 1807 in Essex, Vermont.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 310.
   He graduated from Princeton in 1841.
       
Orville married Sophia AVERY on 1841.
  1262 F vi
Rachel Allen BABCOCK was born 1809 in Essex, Vermont.
  1263 M vii
Daniel H. BABCOCK was born 17 Dec 1810 in Wayne, Ohio. He died 1875 in Townsend, Vermont.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 310.
   No children of either marriage. He graduated from an Ohio college (it is supposed) Aug. 24, 1836; graduated from Andover Theological Seminary, Mass., Sept. 1839; was ordained a Congregational minister Nov. 7, 1839; preached for thirty-four years, at Talmouth, Plymouth, and other places, and lastly at Townsend.
       
Daniel married (1) Amanda AVERY on 8 Apr 1840. Amanda was born in Boston, Suffolk Co., Mass..
       
Daniel also married (2) Abbie L. BLACKMAN. Abbie was born in Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.
+ 1264 F viii Sarah T. BABCOCK was born 17 Jan 1812.

448. Paul BABCOCK (Sarah BROWN , Ichabod , John , Thomas ) was born 18 May 1770 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. He died 12 May 1839 in Jericho, Vermont.

VITAL RECORDS OF STONINGTON CT, Vol. 3, page 204.

THE HISTORY OF STONINGTON, CT, by Richard Wheeler, page 218.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 310.
    This differs greatly from Wheelers "History of Stonington." Using what is in the 'Brown Genealogy' because it was taken from the 'Babcock Genealogy'.

Paul married Mabel HATCH about 1797 in Jericho, Vermont. Mabel was born 1773 in Jericho, Vermont. She died 30 Sep 1842 in Jericho, Vermont.

They had the following children:

  1265 M i
Lyman BABCOCK was born 3 Mar 1798 in Essex, Vermont. He died 1833.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 310.
   Died unmarried.
  1266 F ii
Ann BABCOCK was born 11 Mar 1800 in Essex, Vermont. She died 8 Feb 1875 in No. Brookfield, Massachusetts.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 310.
   Died unmarried.
+ 1267 M iii Horace BABCOCK was born 22 Mar 1802.
+ 1268 M iv Selah BABCOCK was born 23 Jul 1804 and died 18 Sep 1880.
+ 1269 M v Julius BABCOCK was born 16 Dec 1806 and died 1893.
+ 1270 F vi Submit BABCOCK was born 30 Oct 1808 and died 22 Feb 1875.
  1271 M vii
David BABCOCK was born 23 Apr 1812 in Jericho, Vermont. He died in Unionville, Ohio.
       
David married (1) Emeline BABCOCK.
       
David also married (2) Amy WARNER. Amy was born in Madison, Ohio.
       
David also married (3) Sarah. Sarah was born in So. Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.
+ 1272 M viii Rufus BABCOCK was born 3 Sep 1814.

449. Ichabod BABCOCK (Sarah BROWN , Ichabod , John , Thomas ) was born 3 Mar 1772 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. He died 1846 in West Village, Vermont.

VITAL RECORDS OF STONINGTON CT, Vol. 3, page 204.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 311.
    He removed from Canaan, Conn., to Poultney, Vermont, about 1788, and settled at West Village. He was a hatter; was Justice of the Peace for many years. Only one of his daughters married.

Ichabod married Esther SPRAGUE on 1794 in Vermont.

They had the following children:

  1273 F i
Lydia BABCOCK was born 1795 in West Village, Vermont.
  1274 F ii
Pauline BABCOCK was born 1797 in West Village, Vermont.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 311.
   No children.
       
Pauline married Mr. WILKINS.
  1275 M iii
William BABCOCK was born 1799 in West Village, Vermont.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 311.
   He moved to Wisconsin about 1840, with his fifth wife.
  1276 M iv
Edwin BABCOCK was born 1801 in West Village, Vermont.
  1277 F v
Caroline BABCOCK was born 1803 in West Village, Vermont.
  1278 M vi
George BABCOCK was born 1805 in West Village, Vermont.

450. Lydia BABCOCK (Sarah BROWN , Ichabod , John , Thomas ) was born 17 May 1774 in Canaan, Connecticut. She died 13 Aug 1857 in Fairhaven, Vermont.

Lydia married (1) Dr. Sylvanus CHURCH. Sylvanus died in Hinesburg, Vermont.

They had the following children:

+ 1279 F i Betsey CHURCH was born 10 May 1798 and died 5 Jun 1837.
+ 1280 F ii Sophronia CHURCH was born 13 Mar 1800 and died 8 Sep 1874.
+ 1281 F iii Lydia CHURCH was born 8 Jan 1802 and died 26 Dec 1871.
  1282 M iv
Sylvanus CHURCH was born 2 Dec 1803 in Fairhaven, Vermont. He died 5 Sep 1871 in Whitehall, New York.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 311.
   Unmarried.
+ 1283 F v Lucinda CHURCH was born 27 Jan 1806 and died 4 Nov 1867.
+ 1284 M vi Harvey CHURCH was born 12 Apr 1808 and died 15 Dec 1877.

Lydia also married (2) Ethan WHIPPLE, son of Capt. Benjamin WHIPPLE and Annie BROWN, on 6 Feb 1815. Ethan was born 13 Feb 1758. He died in Fairhaven, Vermont.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 311.
   He was a farmer and a carpenter. He was a soldier in the War of the Revolution.

They had the following children:

  1285 F vii
Marie WHIPPLE was born 2 Dec 1815 in Hinesburg, Vermont. She died 14 Oct 1821 in Hinesburg, Vermont.
  1286 M viii
John Newton WHIPPLE was born 17 Apr 1818 in Hinesburg, Vermont. He died 6 Oct 1821 in Hinesburg, Vermont.
+ 1287 F ix Caroline WHIPPLE was born 29 Apr 1821.

451. Sally BABCOCK (Sarah BROWN , Ichabod , John , Thomas ) was born 1776 in Canaan, Connecticut. She died 1804 in Roodsville, Illinois.

Sally married James ROOD.

They had the following children:

  1288 M i
Levi ROOD was born in Roodsville, Illinois.
        Levi married Laura A. PHILLIPS
  1289 M ii
Launcelot ROOD was born in Roodsville, Illinois.
        Launcelot married Ann D. NORTON
  1290 F iii
Ann ROOD was born in Roodsville, Illinois.
        Ann married James GRAVES
  1291 F iv
Lydia ROOD was born in Roodsville, Illinois.
        Lydia married Solomon SMITH
  1292 M v
Albert ROOD was born in Roodsville, Illinois.
        Albert married Hope TOWNSEND
  1293 F vi
Sarah ROOD was born in Roodsville, Illinois.
        Sarah married William SMITH

452. Elijah BABCOCK (Sarah BROWN , Ichabod , John , Thomas ) was born 1778 in Canaan, Connecticut. He died about 1856 in Middletown, Vermont.

Elijah married Experience COBURN. Experience died 1866 in Middletown, Vermont.

They had the following children:

  1294 M i
Shadrack BABCOCK died in Claremont, New Hampshire.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 312.
   He died a few years ago, at about ninety years of age.

453. Asa BROWN (Asa , Ichabod , John , Thomas ) was born 13 Jul 1768 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. He died 23 Jan 1861 in Richfield Springs, New York and was buried in Presbyterian Churchyard, Richfield Springs, New York.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 322.
   Asa and his brother Oliver had visited Brookfield, NY in 1794, on a visit, it is said, to their aunt, Keturah Brown York, who had emigrated thither from Stonington. They decided to settle there; and as soon as the roads were passable after their marriage, Aca and Lucy started for their new home, he with an ox-team and a wagon loaded with household furniture, and she on horseback, carrying in her hands a few things too precious to be trusted in the springless wagon, among them a mirror which is even now one of the cherished treasures of her daughter Maria. They made their way through the wilderness by marked trees, crossing the river at Unadilla Forks, NY, into the town of Brookfield, and settled on a farm some two miles further on, where Asa built a large two-story frame house. He was a good carpenter and cabinet maker, and as there was little money in circulation he made furniture, which he exchanged for cattle, grain, and the various things needed for the household. In htis way they purchased the tall family clock with its inlaid frame, one of the first load of clocks brought from Connecticut to Brookfield. It was said that there was not a house in Brookfield but had some of his furniture, and every piece will made.
     The Dows and the Browns of Stonington used occasionally to exchange visits with the Dows and the Browns of Brookfield amd Richmond. It was a seven days' drive from Brookfield to Sterling, and as postal communication was uncertain and expensive, these periodical visits were utilized for sending letters backwards and forwards. Asa's health failing for a time, he moved to Unadilla Forks about 1814, and served as constable while living there. In Brookfield, Asa and his wife had united with the Baptist church, being baptised by Rev. Simeon Brown, and were among the charter members of the Baptist Church in Unadilla Forks.
    While visiting her uncle, Col. Dow, in Mayflower, Otsego Co., NY, they bought a farm east of Mayflower post-office on the Cherry Valley Turnpike, the leading thoroughfare and the stage-road from Albany to Buffalo, about three miles distance from the present town of Richfield Springs, NY. They moved to this farm in 1818. They raised flax, and the daughters spun and dyed and wove the wool for their best gowns and for their brothers' best suits. Once a year a tailor came for a few days and cut and fitted the best and finest garments.
    When Asa, the oldest son, married, his father built a house across the road, to which he moved, leaving the old house and the larger part of the farm to his son. Later his son Benjamin bought the farm adjoining. In their later years they were cared for by their daughter Maria. After two years of failing health Lucy died, March. 31, 1854.
    Asa Brown retained much vigor of mind and body to the last, dying in his ninety-third year, Jan. 23, 1861. They are buried in the Presbyterian churchyard at Richfield Springs, NY.

Asa married Lucy DOW, daughter of Benjamin DOW and Mary KILLAM, on 15 Jan 1795 in Voluntown, Windham Co., Connecticut by Rev. Michiah Porter. Lucy died 31 Mar 1854 in Richfield Springs, New York and was buried in Presbyterian Churchyard, Richfield Springs, New York.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 322.
    Lucy's father Benjamin Dow lived in that part of Voluntown which was cut off to form the town of Sterling. He was a sergeant in the War of the Revolution, and was a man of importance and standing in the community, serving as town Clerk, Town Treasurer, etc.

They had the following children:

  1295 F i
Lucy BROWN was born 25 Oct 1795 in Brookfield, Madison Co., New York. She died 13 Oct 1836 in Richfield Springs, New York.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 323.
    She was ever the faithful elder daughter and sister, doing mujch for the comfort of the family, and looking wisely after the matters which concerned the welfare of all. While helping at her brother Benjamin's, in time of sickness, she was taken suddenly too ill to be moved to her home next door, and died there in three days. She was a faithful worker in the Baptist Church, with which she united when a young woman.
+ 1296 F ii Deborah BROWN was born 9 Apr 1797 and died 20 Oct 1851.
+ 1297 F iii Mercy BROWN was born 19 Nov 1798 and died 31 Jan 1887.
+ 1298 F iv Sarah BROWN was born 3 Jan 1801 and died 1 May 1883.
+ 1299 M v Asa BROWN was born 14 Feb 1803 and died 12 Sep 1881.
+ 1300 M vi Wheeler BROWN was born 9 Apr 1805 and died 18 Oct 1862.
  1301 F vii
Rebecca BROWN was born 14 May 1807 in Brookfield, Madison Co., New York. She died 1 Jan 1834 in Rochester, New York.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 324.
    Soon after marriage they settled on a farm at Howard, near Rochester, NY. Farming was not very successful, and she studied nedicine, being on of the first women to earn the title MD. She practised in Rochester, and later, in company with Dr. E. S. Preston, established a Water-Cure, called Halstead Hall. He partner is said to have left with the funds, leaving her with the patients. The venture proved unsuccessful, despite her heroic endeavors. She died in a hospital in Rochester, her husband having died a few years earlier. She united with the Baptist Church at Richfield, NY, Oct. 9, 1841. No children.
       
Rebecca married Charles WHEELER on 1 Jan 1834. Charles was born 23 Mar 1801 in Exeter, Otsego Co., New York.
+ 1302 F viii Maria BROWN was born 4 Nov 1809.
+ 1303 M ix Benjamin Dow BROWN was born 31 Oct 1810 and died 30 May 1867.
  1304 F x
Martha BROWN was born 9 Mar 1813 in Brookfield, Madison Co., New York. She died 27 Dec 1839.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 331.
    She was educated in the public schools and in a Young Ladies' Seminary. She was converted at the age of sixteen and united with the Baptist Church at Richfield, and continued in the followship of that demomination almost seventy-two years, ten months, and five days.
       
Martha married Jonathan WHEELER on 1 Jun 1835 in Brookfield, Madison Co., New York. Jonathan died 5 Sep 1893 in Lake Geneva, New York.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 324.
    He was a farmer at Howard, New York. She was killed by being struck on the head by a door. After her death he married her younger sister, Emeline Marilla Brown.
page 331.
   He was a farmer, first near Howard, NY, and later at Lake Geneva, where he had a large farm, part of which is now within the city limits.
+ 1305 F xi Emeline Marilla BROWN was born 6 Apr 1816 and died 11 Feb 1904.

454. Oliver BROWN (Asa , Ichabod , John , Thomas ) was born 17 Dec 1769 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. He died 14 Feb 1798 in Brookfield, Madison Co., New York.

THE BROWN GENEALOGY, VOL. 1, Boston, The Everett Press Co., 1907, by Cyrus Henry Brown, page 347.
    He came first to Brookfield in 1796, on a visit to his aunt, Keturah Brown York, and later purchased a farm near his brother Asa. He has been a school teacher in Connecticut. He was a Justice of the Peace and later County Judge of Madison Co., He was a member of the New York Legislature in 1811-1817. He lived in Bridgewater, NY, during the later years of his life, and was a man greatly respected.

Oliver married Desire BUTLER, daughter of Charles BUTLER and Azubah RANNEY, on 14 Feb 1798 in Brookfield, Madison Co., New York. Desire was born 8 Oct 1775.

They had the following children:

+ 1306 F i Sophia BROWN was born 8 Apr 1799 and died 1 Jan 1836.
+ 1307 M ii Oliver Butler BROWN was born 6 Feb 1801 and died 3 Apr 1873.
+ 1308 M iii Almiron BROWN was born 20 Dec 1802 and died 4 Mar 1885.
+ 1309 F iv Julia Ann BROWN was born 1 Apr 1805 and died 23 Feb 1827.
  1310 M v
Emera BROWN was born 12 Jul 1807 in Brookfield, Madison Co., New York. He died in Bridgewater, Madison Co., New York.
+ 1311 F vi Azubah BROWN was born 4 Aug 1809 and died 29 May 1862.
  1312 F vii
Esther L. BROWN was born 8 Aug 1811 in Brookfield, Madison Co., New York. She died Apr 1891.
+ 1313 M viii Charles Fortune BROWN was born 30 Jul 1813 and died 1888.
+ 1314 F ix Sarah Angeline BROWN was born 10 Sep 1817 and died 1 Jul 1890.

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