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Ann Weaver Brown
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Birth: Aug. 5, 1806
Saratoga
Saratoga County
New York, USA
Death: Jun. 24, 1842
Quincy
Adams County
Illinois, USA

Ann Weaver was born 5, August 1806 in Saratoga County, New York. Her father John Weaver is of the line of the New England Weaver Family who settled in Rhode Island in the early 1620's. The ancestory of her mother, Catherine Reasoner, has not been found. Ann was one of thirteen children, she being the seventh child and the fifth daughter. Her family had moved to the Dryden area much the same time as Ebenezer's Family.

Ann Weaver married Ebenezer Brown as his first wife 23 July, 1823 when he was twenty years old and she had not yet reached her seventeenth birthday.

She had five children; Joseph Gurnsey and Harriet while in New York, Norman while in Pennsylvania, and John Weaver and infant daughter Ann while in Illinois.

Ann died 24 June 1842 in Quincy, Illinois, where she was buried on Honey Creek. A marker, however has been placed beside Ebenezer's in the Draper Cemetery.

This information comes from the book. Ebenezer Brown and Decendants .


Ann died right after giving birth to her last baby. The baby was placed in Ebenezer's arms where the baby died.
Ebenezer told Phoebe Draper Palmer, who was the midwife and a friend of the family. " This little girl will be named Ann after her Mother." Ann was buried with her baby daughter Ann in her arms on Honey Creek."

This information comes from a book named. The faith of Phoebe. Written by Beverly Thompson
There is a discrepency with the headstone. It shows her born in 1805. and the history shows 1806. The headstone was placed in the Draper cemetery next to Ebenezer even though she is buried in Illinois. It gives the family a place to leave flowers and honor her.

REST IN PEACE MY SWEET GREAT GREAT GRANDMOTHER. I WISH I HAD KNOWN YOU.

 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Ebenezer Brown (1802 - 1878)*
 
 Children:
  Joseph Gurnsey Brown (1824 - 1907)*
  Harriett Ann Brown Stratton (1826 - 1871)*
  Norman Brown (1830 - 1921)*
  John Weaver Brown (1837 - 1860)*
  Ann Brown (1842 - 1842)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Wife of Ebenezer Brown (1802-1878).
 
Note: Mormon Pioneer marker on Brown monument, Headstone only says 'Ann iWeaver', s owned by Ebenezer Brown.
 
Burial:
Draper City Cemetery
Draper
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA
Plot: A-23-6
 
Maintained by: Esther Kinder
Originally Created by: John Warnke (inactive)
Record added: Jul 04, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 9037266
Ann <i>Weaver</i> Brown
Added by: John Warnke (inactive)
 
Ann <i>Weaver</i> Brown
Added by: John Warnke (inactive)
 
Ann <i>Weaver</i> Brown
Added by: John Warnke (inactive)
 
 
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