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Birthplace: Marcus Hook, Chester County (Present Delaware County), Province of Pennsylvania
Death: Died in Rising Sun, Cecil County, Province of Maryland
Managed by: Stephen Ray Johnston
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About Jeremiah Brown, Sr.

Unattributed basic information on Jeremiah Browne (incorrect on a number of points):

Jeremiah Browne, born 1686 in Scotland; married Mary Royale Bef. 1712; born Unknown in Scotland.

More About Jeremiah Browne:

Of: Nottingham, Chester County, PA

More About Jeremiah Browne and Mary Royale:

Marriage: Bef. 1712

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From "Martha's Extended Family" family tree page on Jeremiah Brown:

http://martisgenes.info/p81.htm#i957

Jeremiah Brown[1],[2],[3],[4]

M, b. circa 1687, d. 7 May 1767

Father* James Brown b. 27 Mar 1656, d. 1715

Mother* Honour Clayton b. 18 Mar 1662

Birth* Jeremiah was born circa 1687 in Marcus Hook, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.[5] He was the son of James Brown and Honour Clayton.

Marriage* He married Mary Royal in January 1711.[1],[6],[5],[7]

 

(Husband) Death Jeremiah's wife died say 1745.

Marriage* He married Mary Winter on 20 May 1749.[6],[8]

Death* Jeremiah Brown died on 7 May 1767 in Chester County, Pennsylvania.[6],[5],[7],[9]

Family 1 Mary Royal d. s 1745

Children

◦Patience Brown+ b. 25 Jul 1712, d. 23 May 1783

◦Jeremiah Brown+ b. 2 Dec 1714, d. Nov 1762

◦Joshua Brown+ b. 5 Mar 1717, d. 15 Oct 1798

◦Isaac Brown+ b. 30 May 1720, d. 23 Jan 1781

Family 2 Mary Winter d. 19 Nov 1769

Child

◦Stephen Brown b. 24 Nov 1754, d. 24 Nov 1754

Citations:

1.[S185] James E. Bellarts, The Quaker Yeoman, A Quarterly Newsletter of Quaker and Related Genealogy.

2.[S184] James E. Bellarts, The Quaker Yeoman, A Genealogy of Clayton,m Reynolds, Beals, Brown and Descended and Related Lines, p. 42.

3.[S187] Warren E Pickett, John Piggott Sr. (1680 ?- 1738) of Susquehannah Hundred in Cecil County MD. Together with some account of the Browne and Clayton families from whom his wife Margarey Brown Piggott descended, p. 18, 32.

4.[S195] Quaker Records; Maryland, Cecil Co., Nottingham MM Twp., p. 20.

5.[S187] Warren E Pickett, John Piggott Sr. (1680 ?- 1738) of Susquehannah Hundred in Cecil County MD. Together with some account of the Browne and Clayton families from whom his wife Margarey Brown Piggott descended.

6.[S184] James E. Bellarts, The Quaker Yeoman, A Genealogy of Clayton,m Reynolds, Beals, Brown and Descended and Related Lines.

7.[S195] Quaker Records; Maryland, Cecil Co., Nottingham MM Twp.

8.[S651] Brown, LDS Family Group Record Collection.

9.[S2952] Pennsylvania Chester County, Wills 1713-1825.

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From John Marshall's research on Jeremiah Brown:

http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~marshall/esmd12.htm#id2741

iv.   Jeremiah Brown was born circa 1687 at Marcus Hook, PA; he married Mary Royale 1711; 1st wife, 2nd husband; he married Mary Winter 2mo 20 1749; 2nd wife; he died 7 Mar 1767 at Chester Co., PA. 

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From Bryan Scott Godfrey's research on Jeremiah Brown:

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/g/o/d/Bryan-S-Godfrey/GENE4-0115.html#CHILD134416643

Jeremiah Brown, born Abt. 1687 in probably Nottingham, Chester Co., PA; died 07 Mar 1767 in near present-day Rising Sun, Cecil Co., MD [966]. He was the son of James Brown and Honour Clayton.

He married Mary Royall Feb 1710/11 in probably Pennsylvania[966].

Mary Royall, born in Scotland?[967]; died Bef. 20 May 1749 in probably Nottingham, Chester Co., PA[968].

Notes for Jeremiah Brown:

The following is quoted from page 50 of "Nicholson Family History" (1970) by Caroline Nicholson Jacob (1891-1991) of Round Top, Chester County, Pennsylvania:

Jeremiah Brown, father of Patience, married a Mary Royal or Royle who had a romantic rather than a distinguished background. According to the story she told her children she had been kidnapped in Scotland when she was only a girl in her early teens and had been taken as an indentured servant to America where she served out her term in the household of Caleb Pusey in Chichester in a house that has been recently restored as a museum piece.

She married as soon as her term of service was over; her husband [William Coles] died and she married Jeremiah Brown and thus became the mother of Patience and the great-grandmother of Rhoda Holaday who walked by the covered wagon over the mountains to Indiana.

The house of Jeremiah Brown is still standing near Rising Sun, Maryland, on Route 273.

Below is part of an email containing additional details:

The address of the house is the Plumpton Park Zoo, 1416 Telegraph Road, Rising Sun, MD. It is off route 273. Plumpton Park is a portion of the land grants from William Penn to James, William and Mercer Brown . The 18th century structures and site within the park were placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987

PROOF:

------"National Register Information System", registered Nov 2, 1987, Marker # 653 - Brown, Jeremiah, House and Mill Site (see picture & info at website: http://www.marylandhistoricaltrust.net/nr/NRDetail.asp?HDID=1003&FROM=NRMapCE.html) , 1416 Telegraph Rd., Rising Sun, Cecil Co., MD, at the Plumpton Park Zoo grounds; Inventory No.: CE-202; CE-203;

Description: The Jeremiah Brown House consists of two distinct halves: a two-story, three-bay, gable-roofed stone structure built in 1757 by Jeremiah Brown, Sr.; and a two-story, two-bay gable-roofed frame house built in 1904 by John Clayton on the site of the original 1702 log wing. Several stones on the north facade are carved with the initials of local citizens and probable assistants of Jeremiah Brown, Sr. in the construction of his house, including that of the probable stonemason, Morris Reese. The north facade of the stone portion features 12/12 sash windows in the eastern bays and a door with a transom in the west bay. Beneath the windows are cellar windows with segmental brick arches. The second floor windows are replacement 1/1 sash. The first and second stories were originally separated by a pent roof, whose supporting joist sockets are still visible. The east gable end holds two small square attic windows flanking the interior brick chimney. The south facade holds replacement 1/1 sash windows on the second floor, and a single window in the east bay. The two western bays are covered by an enclosed frame porch. Some of the interior woodwork, particularly the staircase, dates from 1757. The rest of the woodwork dates from the Federal period when the fireplaces on the east wall were rebuilt. A two-story, two-bay frame west wing was built in 1904 with materials salvaged from the original 1702 log house built on this site. To the west of the house is a small 19th century bank barn.

Approximately 1000 feet southeast of the house are the stone foundations of the 1734 Brown Water Corn and Gristmill. A reconstruction of the original mill has been built on top of these foundations. Portions of the original mill race remain. Due north of the mill are the foundations of an 18th century saw mill.

Significance: The Jeremiah Brown House is architecturally significant as a firmly dated, unrestored survivor of the distinctive Pennsylvania Quaker building tradition brought to Maryland in the Colonial period. The remains of pent roofs and a second-story door are two distinctive features of this tradition. The most unusual feature, however, is the set of local initials carved into the stonework of the 1757 half of the house; very few buildings in Cecil County offer as much insight into the building process. The house also contains a wealth of original woodwork as well as woodwork from the Federal period.

Historically, the house is important as having been built by one of the original settlers of the Nottingham Lots laid out in 1701 by William Penn. Jeremiah Brown was also responsible for the important 18th century mills, foundations of which are still on the property. Together with the Jeremiah Brown House, they comprise a significant commercial complex from the Colonial era.

--------"National Register Information System", also listed on the register on May 29, 1987, is

Marker # 654, Brown, Mercer, House, 1270 England Creamery Rd., Rising Sun, Cecil Co., MD; also listed on Sept 11, 1986,

  1. 657, Churchman, John, House, 115 Churchman Ln., Calvert, Cecil Co, MD; also listed Aug 19, 1977,
  2. 659, East Nottingham Friends Meetinghouse built in 1724, E of Rising Sun at jct. of MD 272 and MD 273, Rising Sun, Cecil Co, MD; also listed on Nov 7, 1976,
  3. 701, West Nottingham Meetinghouse, SW of Rising Sun at jct. of Cox and Cowen Rds., Rising Sun, Cecil Co, MD

------- Her Will: Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1713-1825

Date: 9 Nov 1769, Prove Date: 30 Nov 1769; Mary Brown, Widow of Jeremiah, West Nottingham. written 11/9/1769, probated Nov. 30, 1769.

To step-grandson Stephen son of Isaac Brown 20 pounds being the payment coming to me from Esther Brown, at interest until he is 21.

Best wearing apparel to be sent to my 3 sisters Elizabeth, Abigail and Catherine in Ireland.

To cousin Elizabeth Thornton now living in Carolina 20 pounds.

To Mary wife of Henry Reynolds case of drawers which was her mother's.

To Sarah daughter of Isaac Brown riding mare and saddle.

To Mary Lockland, my maid, bed at 18.

All remainder to Elisha, Mary, Jeremiah and Saml., children of Joshua Brown, and George, Jeremiah, Isaac and Elisha, children of Isaac Brown.

Executors: Elisah son of Joshua and Jeremiah son of Isaac Brown.

------"Quaker Marriage certificates New Garden 1704-1799"/Bjorkman, pg 6 - New Garden MM, - Marriage of Henry Parsons of Nottingham and Margaret Brown widow of Joseph Brown of Nottingham; witnesses: William Brown Sr.; Wm. Brown; Jeremiah Brown; Daniel Brown; Elisha Gatchel; Messer Brown; Mary Brown; Elizabeth Brown; Elinor Brown; Rachel Littler; (This shows the closeness of the Maryland Browns and the Chester, Pa. Browns together witnesses at several meetings together).

------"New garden Montly Meeting, PA, Births & deaths"/Dept of Friends records, 302 Arch St., Phila, PA - listed in the same family together are the following. Probably the 2 coles children are listed here because after Wm. Coles died his wife Mary married Jeremiah Brown and the children lived with them. Children are:

William Coles (son of William Coles & mary his wife ) was born the 9th day of the 5th mo, 1705;

Mary Coles (Daughter of William Coles & mary his wife) was born the 4th day of the 3 mos. 1708;

Patience Browne (daughter of Jeremiah Browne & Mary his wife) was born __ day of the 5th mo, 1712;

Jeremiah Browne (son of Jeremiah Browne & Mary his wife) was born ___day of the 12th mo, 1714;

Joshua brown (son of Jeremiah Brown & Mary his wife) was born 5th day of th 3 mo, 1717;

Isaac Browne (son of Jeremiah Brown and Mary his wife) was born the 20th day of the 5 mos, 1720;

PROOF:

-----"Pennsylvania Births, Chester County, 1682-1800"/John Humphrey, pgs 17-22 shows births of his children;

------"Maryland Marriages & Genealogies 1634-1820" pg 267 shows his marriage to Mary Winter in Maryland;

------"births, Deaths & Marriages of the Nottingham Quakers 1680-1889"/Alice Beard, pg 8 gives his death date; also gives death date of his last wife Mary Brown;

------ E. Nottingham MM, Chester Co, PA - JEREMIAH BROWN & MARY ROYAL, married - Their children were:

Joshua Brown b.March 5, 1717 Chester, Nottingham, d.Oct 15, 1798, md. Hannah Gatchell (New Garden MM); The second Wife of Jeremiah Brown: Mary Winters m: May 20, 1749 in Chester Mm, Nottingham, Chester Co., PA;

More About Jeremiah Brown:

Residence: His home built in 1757 is still standing, along with ruins of his mill complex. It is part of the Plumpton Park Zoo, 1416 Telegraph Road, Rising Sun, MD 21911. One of the millhouses is now the zoo's giftshop.

More About Mary Royall:

Name 2: Mary Royale, (widow of Wm. Coale)

Date born 2: 1687, Sutherland Co., Scotland

Died 2: 31 Jul 1749, Nottingham, Chester, PA

     

Children of Jeremiah Brown and Mary Royall are:

i. Patience Brown, born 25 May 1712 in Nottingham, Chester Co., PA or present-day Rising Sun area of Cecil Co., MD; died 23 May 1783 in Snow Camp area of Chatham Co. or Alamance Co., NC; married Joshua Hadley 1735 in Chester Co., PA.

ii. Jeremiah Brown, Jr., born 02 Dec 1714 in New Garden MM, Chester Co., PA; died Nov 1762968; married Esther Gatchel 31 Mar 1739968; died 10 Apr 1776968.

Notes for Jeremiah Brown, Jr.:

From Rootsweb's site Browns of Lancaster/Chester Cos. Penn.

Updated: 2005-05-28 20:49:01 UTC (Sat) Contact: Kathy Wells

PROOF:

-----"Pennsylvania Births, Chester County, 1682-1800"/John Humphrey, pg 19 shows his birth;

-----"Pennsylvania Births, Chester County, 1682-1800"/John Humphrey, pgs 17-22 shows births of his children;

-----"Maryland Marriages 1634-1777"/pg 22 shows their marriage;

------"Births, Deaths & Marriages of the Nottingham Quakers 1680-1889"/Alice Beard, pg 8 gives names of his two daughters, their birthdates and even the time of day they were born; Also gives death date of daughter Mary, and death date of his father Jeremiah Sr.; Also gives death date of Esther;

More About Jeremiah Brown, Jr.:

Died 2: Jan 1763

More About Esther Gatchel:

Died 2: 10 Apr 1776, Nottingham, Chester Co., PA

Record Change: 10 Aug 2002

iii. Joshua Brown, born 05 Mar 1716/17 in Nottingham, Chester Co., PA or Rising Sun area of Cecil Co., MD968; died 16 Oct 1798 in Little Brittain, Lancaster Co., PA968; married (1) Hannah Gatchel 15 Oct 1736968; died 07 Nov 1763 in Little Brittain, Lancaster Co., PA; married (2) Zillah Maule Aft. 1763; died Jul 1811.

Notes for Joshua Brown:

From Rootsweb site Browns of Lancaster/Chester Cos. Penn.

Updated: 2005-05-28 20:49:01 UTC (Sat) Contact: Kathy Wells

PROOF:

-----"Pennsylvania Births, Chester County, 1682-1800"/John Humphrey, pg 21 shows his birth;

-----"Pennsylvania Births, Chester County, 1682-1800"/John Humphrey, pgs 17-22 shows births of his children; The dates are a little off of what is in other records;

------"Maryland Marriages & Genealogies 1634-1820" pg 267 gives his marriage date to Hannah in Maryland;

-----"Births, Deaths, and Mariages of the Nottingham Quakers 1680-1889"/Alice Beard, pg 6 lists all of their children, by both wives and their birthdates;

-----"Births, Deaths, and Mariages of the Nottingham Quakers 1680-1889"/Alice Beard, pg 6 SHOWS THE DEATH DATE OF THE FIRST SON NAMED JOSHUA BROWN, DIED JAN 22, 1760; Also shows the death dates of several of members of his family; His first wife Hannah was buried at the Friends graveyard at Little Britain;

-------Book Page: Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1713-1825

-------Mentioned in his father's wife's Will - Date: 9 Nov 1769, Proven: 30 Nov 1769 Remarks: Mary Brown. Widow of Jeremiah. West Nottingham. 11/9/1769. Nov. 30, 1769.

-------"Quaker records of Northern Maryland 1716-1800"/Peden, pg 31 - Gunpowder Monthly Meeting - stated at the Gunpowder meeting that Joshua Brown Sr., Hannah Brown witnessed the marriage of Thomas Tayler of Frederick Co, MD to Caleb (female) Pierpoint of Elk Ridge Meeting in Anne Arundel Co, MD. were married in Elk Ridge, MD on Dec 28, 1750. That means they were visiting in Elk Ridge at that time. Also visiting at that time were John Lane, Charity Lane & margaret Lane;

------"Quaker records of Northern Maryland 1716-1800"/Peden, pg 162 - Dec 25, 1800 - Abstracts of Deer Creek Monthly Meeting Minutes, - Joshua Brown, son of Joshua & Hannah Brown, (both deceased), intends to marry Sarah Ely, relict (widow) of Hugh Ely.

------"Quaker Marriage certificates New Garden 1704-1799"/Bjorkman, pg 6 - New Garden MM, - Marriage of Henry Parsons of Nottingham and Margaret Brown widow of Joseph Brown of Nottingham; witnesses: William Brown Sr.; Wm. Brown; Jeremiah Brown; Daniel Brown; Elisha Gatchel; Messer Brown; Mary Brown; Elizabeth Brown; Elinor Brown; Rachel Littler; (This shows the closeness of the Maryland Browns and the Chester, Pa. Browns together witnesses at several meetings together).


------- "History of Lancaster County" by Franklin Ellis & Sam. Evans published in 1883, on page 861, there is a long article about Judge Jeremiah Brown. It says he married Mary Cole (a widow) of Nottingham. Their children were: Patience, JEREMIAH, JOSHUA and Isaac.

It says "Joshua was born Mar 5, 1717. He married Hannah Gatchel in 1736 and 10 of their children grew to manhood. In 1758 he purchased 500 acres in Little Britain now Fulton Twp. (The book was written in 1883, and it states that Jeremiah's descendant Slater F. Brown of the 4th generation, now occupies that land). It states Joshua Brown was a minister for Society of Friends and traveled to Virginia, & North Carolina preaching to friends. He died October 1798 in the 82nd yr of his age. Of his children 4 settled & remained in that area. They were: Mary married Vincent King, Jeremiah, Isaiah and Joshua. Joshua Jr. the youngest son, died in the year 1823 on the mansion farm, leaving no children. And from what I gather, is the one many have used for DAR and other organizations to join as the Joshua Brown in Huntingdon Co that died in 1832.) Joshua's brother Jeremiah purchased his father's mills and a portion of the farm. Jeremiahs sons were: Levi, Jeremiah and Slater." (This accounts for the names Jeremiah Jr. and Slater Brown in the Will mentioned above).

-------1790 Census for Penn. under Lancaster County, Little Britain Twp. lists Jeremiah Brown, Joshua, Isaih, Joshua Brown Jr. etc. , these names listed in Lancaster County again coincide with the names of the Wills and Quaker records listed above.

-----"Bucks and Lancaster Counties, Pennsylvania, 1682-1825 Land Records " Joshua Brown Residence: West Nottingham, moved from W. Nottingham, Chester Co. to Little Brittain, Lancaster Co. Mar 17, 1758, Grantee, land Record ID 42923, Book K, pg 45, 5 acres in Little Brittain.


-----"Bucks and Lancaster Counties, Pennsylvania, 1682-1825 Land Records " Joshua Brown, Lancaster Co., March 13, 1759, Mortgagor, Land Record ID 41892, Book E., pg 321 for 240 acres, occupation was cooper.

-----"Pennsylvania Archives" 5th Series, Vol 7, pg 566,567 shows 3rd Company of 6th Battn. of Lancaster Co. Militia commanded by Capt. John Duncan in 1780 - pg 568 Jeremiah Brown is a 3rd class, Joshua Brown is 8th Class; pg 579 also shows same for 1781, but pg 580 lists also Joshua Brown Jr. under 8th class.

-----"Pennsylvania Archives", 6th Series, Vol 5, pg 344, (This is after the Rev. War) shows 5th Company of 3rd Battn. Lancaster Co. Militia 1793, 8th Company under John Grubb lists: Vincent King, Joshua Brown-cooper, Jeremiah Brown, Isaiah Brown,; pg 367 4th Company of 2nd Battn. Militia in 1796 Joshua Brown-cooper, Joshua Brown Jr., Isaiah Brown, Vincent King, etc.; pg 375 lists Joshua Brown, Joshua Brown Jr., Mercer Brown, Vincent King, etc.,; same for next 2 years;

-----"Pennsylvania Archives", 3rd Series, vol 24, pg 374 - Lancaster Co. warrantees of land, Jeremiah Brown Dec 14, 1797, Wm. Brown Dec 21, 1804, Joshua Brown Jun 19, 1811, David Brown Dec 7, 1808;

-----"Pennsylvania Archives", 3rd series, Vol 17, pg 651 - Lancaster Co, taxes lists in Little Brittain in 1779: Joshua Brown, jeremia Brown, Isaiah Brown, Wm. Brown, John Brown & George Brown. pg 69 in 1771 lists Joshua Brown, Wm. Brown,

--------Lancaster cnty, PA Wills, BROWN, JOSHUA, Wife. Zillah Brown. Children: Elisha, Patience, Jeremiah, Isaak, Mary, Samuel and Lydy.

Ex. Zillah Brown. Little Britton Twp. - The will of Joshua Brown Sr. of Little brittain in Lancaster Co, Pa. who was married to 1)Hannah Gatchell and married 2) Zillah Walker is dated Jun 10, 1799.

It lists his wife as 'Zillah'. He lists his children: Joshua, Elisha, Jeremiah, Isaiah, Samuel, and daughters Patience Morrison, Lydy, Tillah, & Mary King who married Vincent King. He leaves his mansion & Plantation to son Joshua Brown Jr. (Joshua Brown Jr. mentions this) This list of names also coincides with the Rev. War Militia Lists for Lancaster County also.

------*2nd Wife of Joshua Brown: Zillah (Maule) Walker m: Aft. 1760 in Little Brittain, Lancaster Co (this information came from Sheppard Book titled "Sheppard-Marshall and Allied Families"/Lillian A. Sheppard, PUBLICATION: 1974.

After Thomas Maule died, Zillah (Walker) Maule married (Sept. 10, 1767, at Radnor, Pa.) Joshua Brown of Little Britain Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa, by whom she had two children, Lydia and Israel. (Lydia married Merrick Embree and their descendants are numerous in Pennsylvania and elsewhere.) Joshua Brown, a renowned minister of the Religious Society of Friends, was an abolitionist and a temperance advocate; he made quite an impression on the young Maule boys.

It is believed Zillah met Joshua when he was on one of his journeys as a Friends minister and was staying at the home of Daniel Walker. Thomas Maule's will was quite unusual, because in it he left his property, including the farm, to Zillah and his children in equal shares, rather than to the oldest child. After Zillah married Joshua Brown, she and the Maule boys moved to Little Britain Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. The Radnor farm was rented until all the children attained legal age. Rec. of Radnor MM & Phila. MM.

2) In the Quaker minutes of Meetings of Friends (Quakers) (I have copies of these minutes) 'New Garden Monthly Meeting, PA Births & Deaths' and Little Brittain Monthly meeting minutes and MM from Cecil, Maryland, shows:

A) Jeremiah Brown married Mary Coale, they had a son

B) Joshua Brown b.March 5, 1717 m/ Hannah Gatchell had several children. Some of their sons were:

C1) Jeremiah Brown b.1750 d.7-7-1831 m/Hannah England. Jeremiah & Hannah had sons: Slater b.1787, Levi b.1776, & Jeremiah Jr. b.1785.

C2) Elisha b.1737 m/Rachel Littler. Elisha & Rachel had a son Joshua Brown b.1762, d.2-24-1831 who married Debra Taylor.

C3) Joshua Brown b.1745, d. 22 Jan 1760, Quaker records show his death; she was probably pregnant and decided to name the new son Joshua...

C4) Joshua Brown b. 2-17-1760, d.8-18-1823 married Sarah Ely (a widow) . They had no children. (see his Will under Joshua Brown Jr.).

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From Bill Putnam's research on the Brown family:

http://www.billputman.com/THE%20PATTERSON%20FAMILY.htm

JEREMIAH BROWN was born in 1689. He died on March 7, 1767 at age 80, so hence the birth year. Jeremiah took over the family homestead after his father died. He was married in 1710 to Mary (Royal) Cole, a widow. He later married Mary Winter on May 20, 1749. -------------------- DIRECT LINE OF: Marcia Allenby; Don Harvey, Columbus IN; Barbara Ann ____ ; Patricia Pickens; Eugene Hadley Alexander, Frankfort IN; Dorothy Woodru ff; Jackie Bohan, El Cajon, CA; Robert Brown, Carmel, IN; Tom Gray; Hele n Whitehill Lent; Tom Townsend; Susan Rubel; Tom Rosenberger ;

!BIRTH: date estimated.

!1 exh. from Hinshaw Vol I, prov by Cheska Wheatley

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Jeremiah Brown, Sr.'s Timeline

1687
September 1687
Marcus Hook, Chester County (Present Delaware County), Province of Pennsylvania
1711
March 12, 1711
Age 23
Marcus Hook, Chester County, Province of Pennsylvania
1712
July 25, 1712
Age 24
Rising Sun, Cecil County, Province of Maryland
1714
December 2, 1714
Age 27
Rising Sun, MD, USA
1717
March 5, 1717
Age 29
Rising Sun, Cecil County, Province of Maryland
1720
May 30, 1720
Age 32
Rising Sun, Cecil County, MD, USA
May 30, 1720
Age 32
1754
November 24, 1754
Age 67
Rising Sun, MD, USA
1767
March 6, 1767
Age 79
Rising Sun, Cecil County, Province of Maryland
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