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James Redpath, The Public Life of Captain John Brown, Book 1: he keepeth the sheep. (search)
Brown, November 4, 1824, Hudson, Ohio; he escaped from Harper's Ferry. Frederick Brown, (1st,) January 9, 1827, Richmond, Pennsylvania; died March 31, 1831. Ruth Brown, February 18, 1829, Richmond, Pennsylvania; married Henry Thompson, September Richmond, Pennsylvania; married Henry Thompson, September 26, 1850. Friederick Brown, (2d,) December 21, 1830, Richmond, Pennsylvania; murdered at Osawatomie by Rev. Martin White, August 30, 1856. An infant son, born August 7, 1832, was buried with his mother three days after his birth. By his seconRichmond, Pennsylvania; murdered at Osawatomie by Rev. Martin White, August 30, 1856. An infant son, born August 7, 1832, was buried with his mother three days after his birth. By his second wife, Mary A. Day, to whom he was married at Meadville, Pennsylvania, (while he was living at Richmond, in Crawford County,) he had thirteen children: Sarah Brown, born May 11, 1834, at Richmond, Pennsylvania; died, September 23, 1843. WRichmond, Pennsylvania; died, September 23, 1843. Watson Brown, October 7, 1835, Franklin, Ohio; married Isabella M. Thompson, September, 1856;--wounded at Harper's Ferry, October 17, while bearing a flag of truce; died October 19, 1859. Salmon Brown, October 2, 1836, Hudson, Ohio; married Abbie C.
James Redpath, The Public Life of Captain John Brown, Chapter 3: the man. (search)
Brown, November 4, 1824, Hudson, Ohio; he escaped from Harper's Ferry. Frederick Brown, (1st,) January 9, 1827, Richmond, Pennsylvania; died March 31, 1831. Ruth Brown, February 18, 1829, Richmond, Pennsylvania; married Henry Thompson, September Richmond, Pennsylvania; married Henry Thompson, September 26, 1850. Friederick Brown, (2d,) December 21, 1830, Richmond, Pennsylvania; murdered at Osawatomie by Rev. Martin White, August 30, 1856. An infant son, born August 7, 1832, was buried with his mother three days after his birth. By his seconRichmond, Pennsylvania; murdered at Osawatomie by Rev. Martin White, August 30, 1856. An infant son, born August 7, 1832, was buried with his mother three days after his birth. By his second wife, Mary A. Day, to whom he was married at Meadville, Pennsylvania, (while he was living at Richmond, in Crawford County,) he had thirteen children: Sarah Brown, born May 11, 1834, at Richmond, Pennsylvania; died, September 23, 1843. WRichmond, Pennsylvania; died, September 23, 1843. Watson Brown, October 7, 1835, Franklin, Ohio; married Isabella M. Thompson, September, 1856;--wounded at Harper's Ferry, October 17, while bearing a flag of truce; died October 19, 1859. Salmon Brown, October 2, 1836, Hudson, Ohio; married Abbie C.