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Elizabeth Brown (Randall)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Stonington, New London County, Connecticut Colony
Death: August 25, 1786 (90)
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut, United States
Place of Burial: North Stonington, New London County, Connecticut, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Randall, Jr. and Abigail Randall
Wife of James Brown
Mother of James Brown; Thankful Main; James Brown; Infant Brown, twin; Elder Simeon Brown and 6 others
Sister of Mary Randall, Twin; Jonathon Randall; Capt. John Randall; Dorthy Randall; Abigail Brown and 1 other
Half sister of Nathan Randall; Cpl. Ichabod Randall; Sarah Brown; Benjamin Randall; Joseph Randall, Twin and 4 others

Managed by: Thomas Andrew Rounds
Last Updated:

About Elizabeth Brown

HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF STONINGTON, County of New London, Connecticut, from its first settlement in 1649 to 1900, by Richard Anson Wheeler, New London, CT, 1900, p. 546


GRAVE STONE INSCRIPTIONS OF THE TOWN OF NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CT, Copied by Charles R. Hale, 1932, page 64. Brown Cemetery #71.

Brown, Elizabeth, relict of James, died Aug. 25, 1786, age 90.


bapt. 5 Sep 1697 - by Rev. James Noyes

Elizabeth, m James BROWN, May 5, 1718, by Rev James Noyes


6. ELIZABETH5 RANDALL (JOHN (II)4, JOHN (I)3, MATTHEW (1-2)2, MATTHEW (1)1) was

born July 04, 1696 in Stonington (New London) Connecticut, and died August 25,

1786 in Stonington (New London) Connecticut. She married JAMES (1) BROWN May 15,

1718 in Stonington (New London) Connecticut, son of ELEAZER BROWN and ANN

PENDLETON. He was born June 01, 1696 in Lynn (Essex) Massachusetts, and died

February 02, 1749/50 in Stonington (New London) Connecticut.

Notes for ELIZABETH RANDALL:

Burial in the Brown Cemetery, Stonington (New London) Connecticut. "A Genealogy

and History of the Chute Family in America." by William Edward Chute; Salem,

Massachusetts; 1884

"Brown Genealogy of Many of the Descendants of Thomas, John, and Eleazer Brown,

sons of Thomas and Mary (Newhall) Brown of Lynn, Massachusetts, 1628-1907", by

Cyrus Henry Brown; pg. 14; The Everett Press Company ; Boston, Massachusetts;

1907 (Reprinted by Guardian Press, Button Falls Road, Edmonton, New York, 1997)

More About ELIZABETH RANDALL:

Burial: Brown Cemetery in Stonington, Connecticut

Notes for JAMES (1) BROWN:

The Randall land was about four miles northeast of Stonington Borough, known as

Angwilla and considered the finest land of the town. These lands join on the

north the lands of Thomas Brown (2), and have been in the Randall name as late

as 1875. These farms now, in 1906, are mostly owned by Elias Miner (1164) and

his sons. The Randall families were highly respected and progressive, ranking

high in moral character, and prominent citizens of the town. "Brown Genealogy of

Many of the Descendants of Thomas, John, and Eleazer Brown, Sons of Thomas and

Mary Newhall Brown of Lynn, Massachusetts, 1628-1907", by Cyrus Henry Brown; The

Everett Press Company; Boston, Massachusetts; 1907

"A Genealogy and History of the Chute Family in America", by William Edward

Chute; Salem, Massachusetts; 1894

More About JAMES (1) BROWN:

Burial: Brown Cemetery in Stonington, Connecticut

Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH RANDALL and JAMES BROWN:

Marriage was performed by Rev. James Noyes. "Records of the 1st Congregational

Church, 1674-1874", compiled by Richard Anson Wheeler, p. 252

"A Genealogy and History of the Chute Family in America", by William Edward

Chute; Salem, Massachusetts; 1894

Children of ELIZABETH RANDALL and JAMES BROWN are:

i. JAMES (1-1)6 BROWN, JR., b. January 29, 1718/19, Stonington (New London)

Connecticut; d. December 24, 1741, Stonington (New London) Connecticut.

Notes for JAMES (1-1) BROWN, JR.:

"Brown Genealogy of the Many Descendents of Thomas, John and Eleazer Brown; Sons

of Thomas and Mary (Newhall)_ Brown of Lynn, Massachusetts - 1628-1907", By

Cyrus Henry Brown, Boston, The Everett Press, 1907

ii. JAME BROWN, TWIN, INFANT, b. October 22, 1720, Stonington (New London)

Connecticut; d. October 22, 1720, Stonington (New London) Connecticut.

iii. THANKFUL BROWN, TWIN, b. October 22, 1720, Stonington (New London)

Connecticut; d. Unknown; m. JEREMIAH (1-1) MAIN, JR., April 26, 1742, Stonington

(New London) Connecticut; b. April 10, 1708, Stonginton (New London)

Connecticut; d. 1780, Stonginton (New London) Connecticut.

Notes for JEREMIAH (1-1) MAIN, JR.:

"The Descendants of Ezekiel Maine of Stonington, Connecticut: 1638-1898, pg. 8,

Washington, DC, 1965

Marriage Notes for THANKFUL BROWN and JEREMIAH MAIN:

"Early Connecticut Marriages, 1733-1781: From Records of the Congregational

Church, North Stonington, New London, Connecticut", Frederic W. Bailey 1896

(SCGS)

iv. SIMEON BROWN, b. January 31, 1722/23, Stonginton (New London) Connecticut;

d. November 24, 1815, Stonginton (New London) Connecticut; m. DOROTHY HERN,

March 01, 1742/43, Stonington (New London) Connecticut; b. 1723, Stonington (New

London) Connecticut; d. Unknown, Stonginton (New London) Connecticut.

Notes for SIMEON BROWN:

"Brown Genealogy of the Many Descendents of Thomas, John and Eleazer Brown; Sons

of Thomas and Mary (Newhall)_ Brown of Lynn, Massachusetts - 1628-1907", by

Cyrus Henry Brown, Boston, The Everett Press, 1907

v. ANN BROWN, b. March 23, 1727/28, Stonington (New London) Connecticut; d.

Unknown.

20. vi. ZEBULON (1) BROWN, b. November 20, 1730, Stonington (New London)

Connecticut; d. July 14, 1814, Stonington (New London) Connecticut.

vii. ELIZABETH BROWN, b. July 31, 1732, Stonington (New London) Connecticut; d.

Unknown; m. TIMOTHY MAIN, January 27, 1749/50, Stonington (New London)

Connecticut; b. April 08, 1727, Stonington (New London) Connecticut; d. Unknown.

Notes for ELIZABETH BROWN:

"Brown Genealogy of the Many Descendents of Thomas, John and Eleazer Brown; Sons

of Thomas and Mary (Newhall)_ Brown of Lynn, Massachusetts - 1628-1907", By

Cyrus Henry Brown, Boston, The Everett Press, 1907

Notes for TIMOTHY MAIN:

1810 Census has Thomas Main as living in Stonington (New London) Connecticut,

page 280

1840 Census has him living in Ledyard (New London) Connecticut, pg. 120

viii. ABIGAIL BROWN, b. April 23, 1737, Stonington (New London) Connecticut; d.

1815, Stonington (New London) Connecticut; m. AMOS MAIN, May 19, 1756,

Stonington (New London) Connecticut; b. September 02, 1735, Stonington (New

London) Connecticut; d. August 17, 1815, Stonington (New London) Connecticut.

Notes for ABIGAIL BROWN:

"The Descendants of Ezekiel Maine or Stonington, Connecticut; 1639-1898"

Notes for AMOS MAIN:

"The Descendants of Ezekiel Maine or Stonington, Connecticut; 1639-1898"

"The Main Tree: Descendants of John Mayne/Maine/Main: 1620-1989, by Nancy L.

Childress, Wyandotte, Oklahoma, pg. 229, 1989

21. ix. JOSHUA (1) BROWN, b. April 08, 1740, Stonington (New London)

Connecticut; d. 1824.

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Elizabeth Brown's Timeline

1696
July 4, 1696
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut Colony
1697
September 5, 1697
Age 1
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut Colony
September 5, 1697
Age 1
Stonington, , New London, Connecticut, USA,
1719
January 29, 1719
Age 22
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut Colony
October 22, 1719
Age 23
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut Colony
1720
October 22, 1720
Age 24
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut
October 22, 1720
Age 24
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut Colony
1723
January 31, 1723
Age 26
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut Colony
1728
March 3, 1728
Age 31
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut Colony