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Anthony Brown
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Birth: 1730
Maryland, USA
Death: 1792
St. Mary's County
Maryland, USA

ANTHONY BROWN, JR. born circa 1722, is the son of ANTHONY BROWN, SR. of St. Mary's County, Maryland. It is not known if he died in Maryland; on the way to Kentucky; or after arriving in Kentucky. The last court record of Anthony Brown in St. Mary's County was in April, 1786.

ANTHONY BROWN served during the American Revolution at St. Mary's County, Maryland as a Patriot signing an OATH OF ALLEGIANCE in 1778 in said county. ANTHONY BROWN is established with the THE DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

He first, married MARY ELLIOTT, daughter of ROBERT ELLIOTT and wife, MONICA JARBOE.

Secondly, he married ANN BREWER on 31 Jan 1774; said marriage is recorded at St. Inigoes Catholic Church in St. Mary's County, Maryland.

CHILDREN of ANTHONY and MARY, who are born in Leonardtown, Maryland. Births are recorded at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Leonardtown. They are:
(1) Dorothy born 27 Mar 1755.
(2) Benedict born 7 Jun 1758.
(3) Susanna born 12 Sep 1761.
(4) Frances born 6 Mar 1764.
(5) Anthony, III, born 7 Apr 1768; married first, Frances Beall and 2nd Elizabeth Howard.
(6) Monica born 22 May 1771.

(1) Bernard bpt. 9 Apr 1775 at St. Mary's County, Maryland; married Ann Riney.
(2) Wilfred bpt. 7 Dec 1777 at St. Mary's County, Maryland.
(3) Josephus 'Joseph' born 13 Oct 1782; married Mary Ann Howard.
(4) Ann born 1784; married Charles Mills.

The Anthony Brown family migrated to Washington County, Kentucky. Some of the children went to Missouri. From Perry County, Missouri, their son, Bernard Brown and two of his sons, James and Anthony, moved to Gonzales County, Texas, each receiving a Land Grant from the Mexican Government. After the revolution and Texas gained its independence from Mexico, the Republic of Texas reissued the same leagues of land located in Lavaca County, Texas. 
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  Ann Brewer Brown (1739 - 1808)*
  Bernard Brown (1775 - 1848)*
*Calculated relationship
Created by: Patricia Michel
Record added: May 29, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 111373757

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 Added: Mar. 1, 2014

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