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James Redpath, The Public Life of Captain John Brown, Book 1: he keepeth the sheep. (search)
history all that now can be known is, that his name was Peter Brown. That he came over in the Mayflower, is evidence enoughbe rectified — in a century or two! He died in 1633. Peter Brown, the second, was born in 1632. A monument in the church6, 1692. He had four boys: the second-born named John Brown; who, in his turn, married Elizabeth Loomis in 1692, had ee was of the fourth generation, in regular descent, from Peter Brown, one of the Pilgrim Fathers, who landed from the Mayflownor him for it; for we see in it the spirit of the first Peter Brown, who would not wait for the convenient season of corrupt, and inferior; and this crowning glory to the family of Peter Brown, the Puritan, was reserved for the grandson of the revolonorable and patriotic by his --mother's family, as from Peter Brown, the Puritan of the Mayflower. Peter Miles was an emi 17, 1858; killed at Harper's Ferry, October 17, 1859. Peter Brown, December 7, 1840, Hudson, Ohio; died September 22, 1843
James Redpath, The Public Life of Captain John Brown, Chapter 1: the child and his ancestors. (search)
personal history all that now can be known is, that his name was Peter Brown. That he came over in the Mayflower, is evidence enough that hecefully be rectified — in a century or two! He died in 1633. Peter Brown, the second, was born in 1632. A monument in the churchyard of ctober 16, 1692. He had four boys: the second-born named John Brown; who, in his turn, married Elizabeth Loomis in 1692, had eight dau1776. He was of the fourth generation, in regular descent, from Peter Brown, one of the Pilgrim Fathers, who landed from the Mayflower, at Pe now honor him for it; for we see in it the spirit of the first Peter Brown, who would not wait for the convenient season of corrupt and heaiendless, and inferior; and this crowning glory to the family of Peter Brown, the Puritan, was reserved for the grandson of the revolutionarywas as honorable and patriotic by his --mother's family, as from Peter Brown, the Puritan of the Mayflower. Peter Miles was an emigrant fr
James Redpath, The Public Life of Captain John Brown, Chapter 3: the man. (search)
ber 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. Hinckley, October 15, 1856; lives at North Elba. Charles Brown, November 3, 1837, Hudson, Ohio; died September 11, 1843. Oliver Brown, March 9, 1839, Franklin, Ohio; married Martha E. Brewster, April 17, 1858; killed at Harper's Ferry, October 17, 1859. Peter Brown, December 7, 1840, Hudson, Ohio; died September 22, 1843. Austin Brown, September 14, 1842, Richfield, Ohio; died September 27, 1843. Anne Brown, December 23, 1843, Richfield, Ohio. Amelia Brown, June 22, 1845, Akron, Ohio; died October 30, 1846. Sarah Brown, (2d,) September 11, 1846, Akron, Ohio. Ellen Brown, (1st,) May 20, 1848, Springfield, Massachusetts; died April 30, 1849. infant son, April 26, 1852, Akron, Ohio; died May 17, aged 21 days. Ellen Brown, (2d,) September