Roger Brown, Jr.

Male 1809 - 1895  (86 years)

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  • Name Roger Brown 
    Suffix Jr. 
    Born 19 Jul 1809  , Laurens, South Carolina, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 19 Jul 1895  , Laurens, South Carolina, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried Providence Associated Reformed Presbyterian Cemetery, , Laurens, South Carolina, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I3555  Petersen-de Lanskoy
    Last Modified 6 Jan 2015 

    Father Roger Brown,   b. Abt 1750, of, County Wexford, or Newry, County Down, Northern Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 20 Mar 1826, Duncan Creek, Laurens, South Carolina, United States Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 76 years) 
    Mother Rebecca or Bexey Wallace,   b. Abt 1775,   d. Aft 1838, , Laurens, South Carolina, United States Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 64 years) 
    Married Abt 1799  , Laurens, South Carolina, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F1077  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Jane Washington Adair,   b. 4 Nov 1825, of, Laurens, South Carolina, United States Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Apr 1899, , Laurens, South Carolina, United States Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 73 years) 
    Married 21 Feb 1843  , Laurens, South Carolina, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 22 Oct 2015 
    Family ID F1547  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
      1. Article "Laurens District Coroner's Inquisitions 1802-1865," from the "South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research," vol. 31, pp. 103-106, lists Roger Brown as one of the jurors involved in investigating the case of Elizabeth Brown who died by self-administering styrchnine poison. There are several Browns listed who I do not recognize since my database stops earlier except for Roger Brown Jr. Those Browns include Elizabeth as well as Daniel Brown, Clarassia Brown. The case is lengthy and takes several pages. The case is dated 3 May 1859.

      2. US Censuses:
      1850 US: Laurens, Laurens District, SC, p. 3 of 114, 324/324:
      Roger Brown, 41, farmer, $1000.
      Jane, 24
      Thadius, 6.
      Hamilton, 4.
      William, 6/12.

      1860 US: Slave Schedules for Laurens, SC, shows Roger Brown owning 13 slaves from age 50 to 3. Ages and gender are given but no names.

      1860 US: Laurens County, SC, p. 203 of 255, 31 Jul 1860, Youngs Store Post Office, 1710/1673:
      Roger Brown, 51, farmer, $2000/$15000, SC.
      Jane W., 33, SC.
      Thaddeus, 16, SC.
      Hamilton, 14, SC.
      Wm., 10, SC.
      Geo., 7, SC.
      Camilla, 6, SC.
      Emma, 4, SC.
      No name, 2/12, f, SC.
      No name, 2/12, f, SC.

      1880 US: Laurens Twp., Laurens, SC, p. 59 of 77, 18 Jun 1880:
      Roger Brown, 69, farmer, SC, Ire, SC.
      Jane W., 53, wife, SC SC SC.
      Thomas B., 19, son, twin, farm laborer, SC SC SC.
      Caroline J., 19, dau., twin, SC SC SC.
      John Q., 15, farm laborer, SC SC SC.

      3. The publication "Laurens County Kinfolks," Vol. 1, bk. 2, by Richard Fowler, provides the following information for "the children of Jane Adair and Rodger Brown":
      a. Thadeus Sumpter Brown, b. 1844, d. abt 1862 in CSA.
      b. Hamilton Rutledge Brown, b. 1846; d. abt 1863 in CSA.
      c. Julie Ellen Brown, b. 1848.
      d. William Pembroke Brown I, b. 22 Feb 1850; d. 25 Apr 1926 in Laurens Co., SC. He married Eugenia Madden. New Prospect Baptist Cemetery.
      e. George Bailey Brown, b. 29 Aug 1852; d. 15 Nov 1920 in Laurens Co., SC. He married E. Othella Madden. New Prospect Baptist Cemetery.
      f. Camilla Jane Brown, b. abt 1854. She married Richard Patterson Hipp.
      g. Emma Ada Brown, b. abt 1859. She married Duncan Shockley.
      h. Carrie Jefferson Brown, b. 16 May 1860; d. 4 feb 1925 in Laurens Co., SC. She m. Dee Shockley.
      i. Thomas Beauregard Brown, b. 16 May 1860; d. 4 Feb 1925 in Laurens Co., SC. He married Hattie Eugene Boyd. New Prospect Baptist Church Cemetery, US 221 S. Maddens.
      j. Ella Erskine Brown, b. 26 Mar 1862; d. 12 Feb 1935 in Laurens Co., SC. She m. J. Lafayette Moore. New Prospect Baptist Cemetery, Laurens Co., SC.
      k. John Quincy Brown, b. 11 Jun 1865; d. 14 Mar 1929 in Laurens Co., SC. He m. Lena Cunningham. New Prospect Baptist Church Cemetery US 221 S. Maddens."
      Note that additional generations of descendancy are given in the book of these Children.

      4. Source cited below give the following children of this marriage all born in Laurens County, SC [variations on family group record on copy by Enid Willardson noted in brackets; Enid gives no documentation and her record appears to be a simple copy made about 1993 from perhaps Ancestral File since it includes 1960's temple work for all individuals - her copy doesn't have as much detail for deaths, burials, and spouses as does the main source I cite below]:
      Thaddeus Sumpter [Sumter], b. 17 Jul 1844, d. 31 Jan 1865 in SC.
      Hamilton Rutledge, b. 27 Jan 1846, d. 8 May 1864 in Civil War at courthouse in Spotsylvania, VA.
      Julia Ellen Quitman [Putnam], b. 26 Jan 1848, d. 30 Mar 1849 in Laurens Co., SC and buried in Providence A.R.P Cemetery in same county.
      William Pembroke, b. 22 Feb 1850, m. Leugenia Madden.
      George Baily, b. 29 Aug 1852, m. Emma Oathella Madden.
      Camilla Jane, b. 11 Oct 1854, m. R.P. Hipps. [Richard Patterson Hipp per note below with DAR application.]
      Emma Leila Ada, b. 25 Feb 1858, m. J.D. Shockley [Stockley], d. 16 Nov 1891.
      Caroline S. Davis, b. 16 May 1860, m. Irby D. Shockley [Stockley], d. 11 Aug 1896.
      Thomas Gustav Beauregard, b. 16 May 1860, m. Hattie Eugene Boyd, d. 4 Feb 1925.
      Ella Erskine, b. 26 Mar 1862, m. James Lafayette Moore.
      John Quincy, b. 11 Jun 1865, m. Lena Cunningham.

      5. Daughters of the American Revolution 30 Jan 1950 application copy on file for Carriella Bell Jameson who is a descendant of Roger Brown as follows:
      Daughter of Benjamin Charles Bell, b. 16 Apr 1876, d. 8 Oct 1940 at Lafayette, LA and Carrie Lillian Hipp b. 28 May 1878 at Laurens, SC, m. 3 Oct 1901.
      Carrie Lillian Hipp was child of Richard Patterson Hipp, b. 14 Oct 1844, d. 21 Jan 1887 and Camilla Jane Brown, b. 17 Oct 1854, m. Dec 1872.
      Camilla Jane Brown was child of Roger Brown Jr., b. 19 Jul 1809, d. Jul 1895 and Jane Adair, b. 14 Nov 1825, d. 26 Apr 1899, m. 24 Feb 1843.
      Roger Brown Jr. was child of Roger Brown. b. 1734 in Scotland/Laurens Co., d. about 1820 in Laurens Co., SC and Rebecca Wallace.
      Roger Brown resided in Laurens Co., SC, during the Revolution. Applicant reports the following children of Roger Brown: Elizabeth, Lydia, Anny, July, Judith, Rebecca, Mary, Ezekiel, Frances, Virginia, Margaret, Rachel, Jesse, Zemy, William, and Roger (who married Jane).
      Reports that Roger Brown fought seven years in the Revolution, both in the militia and in caring for wounded soldiers according to pay bills in the offices of the Historical Commission of South Carolina. He was with Major James Dillars, Wm. D. Byrd and Edward Musgrove. He was a private soldier.
      a. Military record documentation: "Steele Entries to Indents Issued in Payment of Claims Against South Carolina Growing out of the Revolution," Vol. R-7, p. 168, Secs. 394, 395. Book S shows pay checks to Roger Brown for services in militia and caring for wounded soldiers.
      b. Will and family bible which we have.
      c. Will of Roger Brown, probated 1818. 'He being in feeble health' in unclassified volume Court House at Laurens, S.C."

      6. Photostatic typed copy of "Roger Brown's Bible Record" found 2002 in working papers of Enid Willardson after her death with copy on file with me [Elizabeth Gill in the letter is probably Elizabeth Brown who married Francis Gill]:
      "Original Owner: Roger Brown
      Present Owner: Byron E. Brown, R. 2, Laurens, S.C., 29360
      Publisher & Date: Missing
      Copied by: Mrs. David P. George, who noted: 'Only part of this Bible remains, including the family record. It was found recently in an old chest. With it was an old letter which was written in 1839 by Elizabeth Gill from Cross Keys, Kentucky and addressed to her stepmother, Mrs. Rebecca Brown, or William Brown or Hardiman Duke (Deeke), Laurens District, S.C. In this letter, Elizabeth Gill wrote of her sister Lydia (evidently the first name in the record), who was living near her, also sister Judah, living in Nashville, Tenn. She asked the whereabouts of brother Jesse. She didn't know whether her stepmother Rebecca Brown was still living.' Family Record:
      __dia Brown was born 23 day ___ember 1778.
      John Brown was born the 2th of December 1775 and died the last day of May 1792.
      Elizabeth Brown was born the 7th of September 1781 [before the photostat was made, someone penciled in '8 Mar 1780' in lieu of 7th of September 1781 and added 'Anney Brown was born' with an arrow pointing to '7th of September 1781' on Elizabeth's line.]
      Judey Brown was born the __ of January 1783.
      Rebecka Brown was born the 3d of November 1784.
      Mary Brown was born the 14 or October 1786.
      Jesse Brown was born the 19 of August 1788.
      Fereby Brown was born the 10 of July 1790.
      Mattey Brown was born the 10 of December 1792.
      Jeaney Brown, the mother of the above, died the 19 January 1798.
      Peggy Brown was born the 19th of August 1800.
      William Brown was born the 3 of July 1802.
      Bexey Brown was born the 21st day of November 1807.
      Roger Brown was born the 19 of July 1809.
      Rachel was born the 25 of August 1811.
      Jane Brown was born the 17 of May 1817.
      Nancey Brown, the grandmother of the above departed this life the 19 of December 1812.
      Fanny Brown was born on November 15, 1815.
      George B. Brown was born 29 August 1852.
      Camilla Jane Brown was born 11 of Oct 1854.
      Emma Leila Ada Brown was born February the 25 1858.
      Thomas G. Beaureanang [penciled in: Beaureagand] and Carolina S. Davis was born May 16th 1860.
      Ella Erskin was born March the 26, 1862.
      John Quincy Brown was born June 11, 1865.
      Roger Brown departed this life July 19, 1895.
      Jane W. Brown departed this life April 26th, 1899.
      Roger Brown was born 19th of July 1809.
      Jane W. [penciled in: Adair] Brown was born the 14th of November 1825.
      Thaddeus Sumpter Brown was born the 17th of July 1844.
      [Penciled in: Hamilton Rutledge Brown was born 27 of January 1846.]
      [Penciled in: Julia Ellen Quitman Brown was born January the 26, 1848.]
      [Penciled in: William Pembroke Brown was born the 22 of February 1850.]
      Julia E.Q. Brown died 30th March 1849.
      Hamilton Rutledge Brown was killed on the 8 of May 1864 near Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia.
      Thaddeus Sumpter Brown was killed near the Salt Hatchie River So Ca on the 31 January 1865.
      Emma died November the 16, 1891.
      Carrie died August 11, 1898.
      Roger Brown and Jane W. Adair February 21, 1843.
      Irby D. Shockley and Carrie D. Brown was married the 7th of Oct. 1880.
      R.P. Hipps and Camilla J. Brown was married 19th Dec 1870.
      J.D. Shockley & Emma A. Brown was married 3 of April 1873.
      G.B. Brown and Emma O. [penciled in: Othella] Madden was married 11 July 1878 [11 July crossed out and '31 Jan' penciled in].
      Jas. Lafayette Moore and Ella E. Brown was married May 6th 1880.
      [Penciled in: W.P. Brown and Luegenia Madden was married 11th July 1878.]
      Note: Was not the fifth marriage from the end probably that of J.D. (not Ida D.) Shockley? Or perhaps Joe D. or some other masculine name not clearly written?"

      7. Mentioned in father's will per typewritten copy on file of "Will of Roger Brown" found in the research files of Enid Beagley Willardson who is now deceased. It notes: "Copied from the original will of Roger Brown on file in the office of the Judge of Probate for Laurens County, S.C. in Bo No. 4, pkg. No 7." I think there is also a copy of this will in the Laurens County Public Library. Duncan's creek is in the northeast portion of Old Laurens District. It does say it was written in 1810 which is evidently a typo since according to the book "Laurens County, South Carolina Wills, 1784-1840," by Colleen Elliott, p. 177, the will was written in 1818; this makes better sense since some of the children mentioned were born after 1810 through 1817. Same book also mentions "24 Mar 1826. Appraisal of estate of Rodger Brown, dec'd of Laurens Dist. by Thos. Craig, James Farebourn and Moses Leek." The will:
      "Know all men by these presents that I Roger Brown on Dunkins Creek in Laurens District and state of south Carolina Being not in perfect health But of perfect mind and memory and knowing the mortality of my Bodey Do make and ordain this my Last will and testement and first as I Gave all my children thats mary'd as much of my Good and Chattles at said time of their marrage as I could well aford It is now my will that each of them shall posses no more of my Remaining propertey than one shilling each excepting my Daughter Elizebeth which shall have twentey five Dollars as soon as posible after a young horse I have and Desiers to be sold as soon after my Decease as posible or in Case I should sell said horse before my Dease [decease] and send her what I think Right in that case shee shall have but one shilling my Daughter Lydia one shilling, Anney one shilling, Judey one shilling Rebecke one shilling Marey one shilling Terebey (?) one shilling mattey one shilling I give to my sone Jesse the tract of Land thats cald his and is divided from my other Lands as follows beining where my Line crosses Lawdey hiches [Loudery Hitch?] spring Branch and Down said spring branch to Dunkins Creek thence Down said Creek to where a dich was Dug and where a fence now stands there to cross said creek and thence on a straight Line to a kickorey Corner that stands on my Line between mee and henery pits senr and at the corner of a field of mine next s'd pits house all my Land on the west side of the Designated Line on Both sides dunkins creek shall be his I Bequeath to my other two sons William and Roger all the Remainder of my Lands at their mothers Decease who is to have her thirds where shee chuses and to have the Direction of all the plantation till they come of age and when they Inherit said Lands William shall Give my Daughter Bexey one hundred Dollars and Roger when he come to Inheret the whole of his share of said Lands shall Give my Daughter Genney one hundred Dollars. I Bequeath to my Daughter Peggy one good Bed and furniture with one cow and calf with every thing that Cald hers I Give to my Dauther Bexey one Good Bed and furniture I Give to my sone william Besides the Land my sadle and Gun I Give to my sone Roger one Cow and Calf and one Good Bed and furniture when he needs them I Bequeath to my Daughter Rachel one Bed and furniture and one Cow and Calf when she mareys or Is come of age I Bequeath to my Daughter Genney one good Bed and furniture with one Cow and Calf when shee mareys or is of age all my Books at their mothers Decease I Desier may be eaquilee Divided Betwee my two youngest sons william and Roger I Give and Bequeath all the Remainder of my Goods and Chattles of every kind to my wife Bexey with the care and manigment of the plantation till my two youngests sons & either of them comes to age or mareys and then shee is alive she must Chues her third And in case my wife Bexey should marey my will is that the man shee marrys shall have no power to dispose of aney thing I Leave nor shall he Corect aney of my children but Leave them with all I Leave to my wifes Care and correction my will is the Land shall not be Cleared nor the timbe Cut any more than is suficient to Raise the familee and keep up the fences my will is that at the Decease of my said wife the whole of my Land be eaqueley Divided btween by said two sons william and Roger and Lastley I constitute and and ordain my wife Bexey the sole Executor of this my Last will and testement this 3 day of December In the year of our Lord 1818 and witness wereof I have hereunto subscribed my name. Roger Brown. Sign sealed publisht and pronounct in the presence of us who in his presence and he presence of each other have heerunto subscrbd our names. William Adair, Joseph N. Hitch, Louther Hitch Senr. since I wrote the above and before signing I sent my Daughter Elizebeth Gill fifteen Dollars which shall be Deducted out of the 25 mentioned above. Roger Brown. I acknowledge the within will as my Last will and testement signd with name and seald with my seal this 21 Day of August 1823. Roger Brown (L.S.) A codicle to the above will In case my sone Jesse should never Come heer and settle or sell the tract of Land I have willed him In that case my will is that my youngest Daughter Geney shall possess the land I have willd to him and in Case shee should possess said Land then my sone Roger shall not Give her the hundred Dollars I have willed to her above this 10th Day of September 1824. Roger Brown (L.S.) Signd seald published and pronount In the presence of us who in his presence and in the presence of each other have heerunto subscribd our Names. Joseph N. Hitch, Sarah Hitch, Rosannah Hitch. Memorandum the within will of Roger Brown Deceased was proven before me in the court of ordinary by Luther Hitch Senr. and the codisel was proven by Sarah Hitch on the twentieath day of March 1826 - subscribing witnesses to the same. D. Anderson, Ordy't."

      8. The following private manuscript is not found at the FHL library or on the Internet as of 23 Sep 2012: "The Descendants of John Brown, Sr." Compiler address: 8106 Shoreridge Terr, Indianapolis, IN 46236. Some entries on the Internet make reference to it, but I believe it to be mainly a private compilation; however, I did find an online recapitulation of the manuscript data as prepared in 2001 by Richard M. Leland III (from a copy he received directly from Mr. Volnoggle in Apr 2000) at and entitled appropriately as "The Descendants of John Brown Sr." (accessed 23 Sep 2012). The data purports John Brown Sr. to be the original immigrant whereas I have Robert Brown. No documentation or contemporary quotes showing the presence of John or how the family grouping is derived are given for these two compilers choice of "John Brown Sr." as the original ancestor. The only sources given for any of the following are James Volnoggle's compilation. The data for the first generation:
      "John1 Brown Sr; married Nancy (Ann) ( - ? - ) before 1738 in Ireland; died circa 1803 at Laurens Co., SC.
      Children of John1 Brown Sr. and Nancy (Ann) ( - ? - ) were as follows...
      + 2 i. Roger Brown, born circa 1734 at Antrim, Ireland; married Jeaney ( - ? - ); married Rebecca (Bexey) Wallace...
      The compilers continue with the next generation of Roger (b. 1755) as follows:
      Roger2 Brown (John1); born circa 1750 at Antrim, Ireland; married Jeaney ( - ? - ) circa 1774 at Laurens Co., SC; parents of 10 children; married Rebecca (Bexey) Wallace circa 1799 at Laurens Co., SC; parents of 7 children; died circa 1825 at Laurens Co., SC. Served during the Revolutionary War as a private from South Carolina.
      Children of Roger2 Brown and Jeaney ( - ? - ) were as follows:
      18 i. John3 Brown; born 20 Dec 1775 at Laurens Co., SC; died 31 May 1792 at Laurens Co., SC, at age 16.
      19 ii. Lydia Brown; born 23 Dec 1778 at Laurens Co., SC; married Nathaniel Ashley between 1840 and 1850; died circa 1845 at .
      20 iii. Elizabeth Brown; born 8 Mar 1780 at Laurens Co., SC; married Francis Gill; died at Livingston, KY.
      21 iv. Anney Brown; born 7 Sep 1781 at Laurens Co., SC; married Thomas Allison; died before 1839 at .
      22 v. Judah Brown; born 7 Jan 1783 at Laurens Co., SC; married John Franks; died circa 1839 at .
      + 23 vi. Rebecca Brown, born 3 Nov 1784 at Laurens Co, SC; married Thomas Jefferson Adair Sr.
      24 vii. Mary Brown; born 14 Oct 1786 at Laurens Co, SC; married Hardiman Dukes.
      25 viii. Jesse Brown; born 19 Aug 1788; married Lucy Staples; died after 1840 at .
      26 ix. Fereby Brown; born 10 Jul 1790 at Laurens Co, SC.
      27 x. Martha Brown; born 10 Dec 1792 at Laurens Co, SC.
      Children of Roger2 Brown and Rebecca (Bexey) Wallace were as follows:
      28 i. Peggy 3 Brown; born 19 Aug 1800 at Laurens Co, SC.
      29 ii. William Brown; born 3 Jul 1802 at Laurens Co, SC; died at .
      30 iii. Bexey Brown; born 21 Nov 1807 at Laurens Co, SC.
      + 31 iv. Roger Brown Jr., born 19 Jul 1809 at Laurens Co, SC; married Jane W. Adair.
      32 v. Rachel Brown; born 25 Aug 1811 at Laurens Co, SC.
      33 vi. Fanny Frances Brown; born 13 Nov 1813 at ; married Alfred Holcombe circa 23 Feb 1843.
      34 vii. Jane Brown; born 17 May 1817 at Laurens Co, SC."
      The compilers continue with the next generation of Roger and Jane:
      Roger3 Brown Jr. (Roger2, John1); born 19 Jul 1809 at Laurens Co, SC; married Jane W. Adair, daughter of Thomas Adair, 25 Feb 1843 at Laurens Co, SC; died 19 Jul 1895 at Laurens Co, SC, at age 86; buried after 19 Jul 1895 at Providence A.R.P. Cemetery, Laurens Co, SC.
      Children of Roger3 Brown Jr. and Jane W. Adair all born at Laurens Co, SC, were as follows:
      74 i. Thaddeus Sumpter 4 Brown; born 17 Jul 1844; died 31 Jan 1865 at SC at age 20.
      75 ii. Hamilton Rutledge Brown; born 27 Jan 1846; died 8 May 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House, Spotsylvania, VA, at age 18; Cause of death Civil War.
      76 iii. Julia Ellen Quitman Brown; born 26 Jan 1848; died 30 Mar 1849 at Laurens Co, SC, at age 1; buried after 30 Mar 1849 at Providence A.R.P. Cemetery, Laurens Co, SC.
      77 iv. William Pembroke Brown; born 22 Feb 1850; married Leugenia Madden 11 Jul 1878.
      78 v. George Baily Brown; born 29 Aug 1852; married Emma Oathello Madden 31 Jan 1878.
      79 vi. Camilla Jane Brown; born 11 Oct 1854; married R.P. Hipps 19 Dec 1870.
      80 vii. Emma Leila Ada Brown; born 25 Feb 1858; married J.D. Shockley 3 Apr 1873; died 16 Nov 1891 at age 33.
      81 viii. Caroline S. Davis Brown; born 16 May 1860; married Irby D. Shockley 7 Oct 1880; died 11 Aug 1896 at age 36.
      82 ix. Thomas Gustav Beauregard Brown; born 16 May 1860; married Hattie Eugene Boyd circa 1887; died 4 Feb 1925 at age 64.
      83 x. Ella Erskine Brown; born 26 Mar 1862; married James Lafayette Moore 6 May 1886.
      84 xi. John Quincy Brown; born 11 Jun 1865; married Lena Cunningham."

      1. "The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research," vol. 4, p. 225, notices printed in the "Greenville Mountaineer," presumably a newspaper covering the Greenville, Laurens, Spartanburg, and Abbeville Districts:
      "Married on the 21st ult., by the Rev. C. Felder, Mr. Roger Brown to Miss Jane W. Adair, all of Laurens District. (March 17, 1843)."

      2. Same date also mentioned in the Brown bible quoted above.

      1. Burial cemetery stones of Providence Associated Reformed Presbyterian Cemetery in Laurens Co., SC. Cemetery is on A.B. Jacks Road. This cemetery marks the original site of Providence A.R.P. Church, founded Sep. 10, 1836. Survey taken 27 Oct 1989:
      Roger Brown, b. July 19, 1809, d. 19 Jul 1895.
      Jane W. Brown, b. Nov. 4, 1825, d. Apr. 26, 1899, w/o Roger Brown, Good wife, mother.
      Julia E.Q. Brown, d. Mar. 30, 1849, age 1y2m4d, d/o Roger and Jane Brown.

      1. Per 3 Jun 2003 website database "rl1946" which in turn cites "Descendants of John Brown, Sr.," compiler: John Volnoggle, 8106 Shoreridge Terr., Indianapolis, IN 46236.