Dr. Morgan W. Brown, IV
|Birthplace:||Grassy Island, Pee Dee River, Anson Co., NC|
|Death:||Died in Nashville, TN, USA|
Son of Dr Morgan Brown and Elizabeth Brown
|Managed by:||Private User|
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About Dr. Morgan Brown
Owner of Mariah, and father of John Louis Brown.
- Served as a Lt. in the Revolutionary War (1776).
Dr. Morgan W. Brown IV 13 January 1758 – 23 February 1840
Tne Biographical Dictionary of the SC Senate has this: Morgan Brown, son of Morgan Brown (1719-1809) & Elizabeth Clothier, was born 13 Jan. 1758 in Anson Co. NC. Trained as a physician, but never finished due to Rev. War. Enlisted in Third Regiment of SC under Col. Wm. Thomson. Fought at the Battle of Fort Moultrie (June 1776). Promoted to lieutenant, served with Ninth Regiment of NC as recruiting officer. After the war he settled in Cheraw Dist. SC by 1783. Served in the SC Senate 1789-1794. Married 22 Jan. 1784 at Long Bluff to Elizabeth Little, daughter of Wm. Little & Caroline Stewart. Their children included William Little Brown (1789-1830), Elizabeth (md Wm. Thompson), Sarah (md Frederick W. Huling), Rebecca (md Charles Neal), Morgan W. Brown, & Catherine S. (md Wm. A. Cook). In 1795 Morgan Brown moved his family to Montgomery Co. TN. He died 23 Feb. 1840, Davidson Co. TN. http://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/brown/11211/
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North American Family Histories, 1500-2000, for Morgan Brown. Daughters of the American Revolution, Lineage Book: NSDAR: Volume 024: 1898. Miss Eleanor Wheatley 23271 Born in Memphis, Tennessee. Descendent of Lieutenant Morgan Brown. Daughter of William Arthur Wheatley and Ann Elizabeth Bowen, his wife. Granddaughter of Seth Wheatley and Mary Ringgold Cook, his wife. Great-Granddaughter of Judge William Arthur Cook and Catherine Stewart, his wife. Great-Great-Granddaughter of Morgan Brown and Elizabeth Little, his wife. Morgan Brown, (1758-1840), served under Captain Samuel Wise in the South and was at the Battle of Brandywine. Later he was in the commissary department under Baron de Kalb. He died in Nashville, Tennessee. Also numbers 2650, 3936, and 5219.
Name: Morgan Brown Gender: Male Birth Date: 1758 Death Date: 1840 Death Place: Nashville, Tenn Spouse: Elizabeth Little Child: Catherine Stewart Brown SAVE
Name: Lieutenant Morgan Brown Birth Date: 1758 Birth Place: Anson, North Carolina Death Date: 22 Sep 1840 Death Place: Nashville, Tennessee SAR Membership: 85010 Role: Ancestor Application Date: 9 Dec 1959 Spouse: Elizabeth Little Children: Morgan W Brown
Book Title: Lineage Book : NSDAR : Volume 024 : 1898 EDIT SOURCE Source Information Title North America, Family Histories, 1500-2000 Author Ancestry.com Publisher Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. Publisher Date 2016 Publisher Location Provo, UT, USA EDIT REPOSITORY Repository Information Name Ancestry.com
- U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970
Name Lieutenant Morgan Brown Birth Date 1758 Birth Place Anson, North Carolina Death Date 22 Sep 1840 Death Place Nashville, Tennessee SAR Membership 85010 Role Ancestor Application Date 9 Dec 1959 Spouse Elizabeth Little Children Morgan W Brown Household Members Name Age Paul F Eve Jr Jennie W Brown Paul F Eve Sr Mary R McNeil William L Eve Anna Maria Childress Judge Morgan W Brown Elizabeth Little Lieutenant Morgan Brown CLOSE Source Information Title U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 Author Ancestry.com Publisher Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. Publisher Date 2011 Publisher Location Provo, UT, USA EDIT REPOSITORY Repository Information Name Ancestry.com CLOSE
- Dr Morgan Brown
in the 1770-1790 Census of the Cumberland Settlements
Name: Dr Morgan Brown Residence County: Tennessee Residence Date: 1796 SAVE Source Information Ancestry.com. 1770-1790 Census of the Cumberland Settlements [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2008. This collection was indexed by Ancestry World Archives Project contributors. Original data: Fulcher, Richard Carlton. 1770–1790 Census of the Cumberland Settlements. Davidson, Sumner and Tennessee Counties (In What is Now Tennessee). Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1987. Description This database contains a census substitute for early inhabitants of the Cumberland region of what would become Tennessee. Learn more...
- Web: Tennessee, Find A Grave Index, 1777-2012
VIEW RECORD Name Morgan W. Brown IV Birth Date 1758 Age at Death 82 Death Date 23 Feb 1840 Burial Place Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, USA Household Members Name Age Morgan W. Brown IV
- U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
VIEW RECORD Name Morgan W. Brown IV Birth Date 1758 Birth Place Anson County, North Carolina, USA Death Date 23 Feb 1840 Death Place Tennessee, USA Cemetery Mount Olivet Cemetery Burial or Cremation Place Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, USA Has Bio? Y
Dr. Morgan Brown's Timeline
January 13, 1758
Grassy Island, Pee Dee River, Anson Co., NC
August 9, 1789
October 25, 1839
February 23, 1840
Nashville, TN, USA