hio; 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 25, 1851, Akron, Ohio. Thus, eight children now survive ; four by each wife.
The young tanner.
From his twHe waited patiently.
learn to wait: I have waited twenty years, he often said to the young men of principle and talent, who loved and flocked around him when in Kansas.
In 1844, John Brown removed to Akron, Ohio; in 1846, he went to Springfield, Massachusetts; where, in the following year, his family joined him.
A few life notes now are all that can be given here.
John Brown's favorite books, texts, and hymns.
My dear father's favorite books, of an historical character, writes a dau