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cestor of Hannah, was a native of Wales.
He was among the first settlers of Windsor, where he was married in 1650. was the father of John, Frederick, Owen, and Abiel Brown; and the honored grandfather of Captain John Brown, the hero of Kansas and Harper's Ferry.
John Brown, the third, at the outbreak of the revolutionary war, wasace, and by a pamphlet, now out of print, entitled, Genealogical History, with Short Sketches and Family Records of the Early Settlers of West Simsbury, &c., by Abiel Brown, an uncle of the liberator.
She was a woman of great energy and economy, writes a descendant,
Professor C. F. Hudson, a distinguished theological authoraverage age was considerable, that of five of them being seventy years, and I forget how much more.
Of the sons of these parents, John — afterwards known as Deacon Brown--lived many years in New Hartford, and died there.
Abiel lived and died on the old homestead in Canton, Connecticut, while Frederick and Owen both lie buried