|Death: ||Jun. 20, 1821|
Revolutionary War Soldier listed on the missing DAR gate plaque to the Dean Hill Cemetery.
Phineas Brown served in Capt. William Thurlow's company, Bennington alarm, 1777; was a sergeant in Capt. Thurlow's company, 1778, Rhode Island service, and in Capt. Joshua Leland's company of guards at boston, 1779.
He was a son of Joshua and Mary Seaver Brown, was born at Cambridge, 1742, and removed to Fitchburg in 1775. He married at Milton, 1775, Lydia Babcock, who died in Fitchburg, October 3, 1809. He married, second, at Rindge, N.H., June 6, 1811, Elizabeth Perkins Sawyer, widow of Abner Sawyer. She died May 1, 1820; he died June 20, 1821. He and his two wives are buried at Dean Hill Cemetery.
Lydia Babcock Brown (____ - 1809)*
Elizabeth Perkins Brown (____ - 1820)*
Josiah Brown (1784 - 1860)*
Dean Hill Cemetery
Created by: J.D.G.
Record added: Jun 19, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 38520654
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