New London County
|Death: ||Sep. 28, 1813|
Elisha was the son of Nathaniel Brown and Anna Haynes. He married Content Leeds on 28 Nov 1754 in Groton. In his will he says, "it is my wish that the burying yard where my wife is buried be well --- and kept for a burying place for all my family and my children and their families and all our friends."
Elisha served his country during the Revolutionary War.
Connecticut Revolutionary War Military Lists, 1775-83 about Elisha Brown
Name: Elisha Brown
Page #: 58
Regiment Command: Wyllys, Samuel Col.
Company Command: Champion, Henry Capt.
Remarks: The Conn.Historical Society contains a collection of some two hundred interesting documents relating to this regiment; including lists of clothes issues to each soldier. The men signed receipts for each article of clothing received, therefore, the autograph of almost every man in the regiment appears on record.
Content Leeds Brown (1733 - ____)*
Content Leeds Brown Champlin (1758 - 1842)*
Note: this is most likely where Elisha is buried. It is on Old Warren Rd and was there when he died.--Info: Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots --Name: Elisha Brown -- Cemetery: Cem on Old Warren Rd -- Location: Swansea MA
Created by: Mary Schumann
Record added: Jun 17, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 71508537
In Honor of my 4th Great-Grandfather|
Added: Jun. 17, 2011