|Mike Hahn (#46770538)|
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I have concentrated extensively in Franklin/ Adams counties Pennsylvania and Frederick/Washington counties in Maryland. Brown as well as Conrad; Royer; McClain; Law; Harbaugh; Hauver; Fox; Nichols; Wolfe; Pryor; Willard; Gordon; McGlaughlin; Flautt; Miller; Smith; Buhrman; Manahan; Stoops; Delosier; Elder; Sturdevant; and many more. |
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|Marie B||Sarah Maria Pelton Sheads|
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|Ramona Gerbig||Charlotte McClain Milligan|
I just wanted to confirm that my mom was indeed married to Rudy Reynold Milligan. She and dad are survived by three children: Sharon Logan,CO; Ramona Gerbig, FL; Reynold Milligan, Cascade, MD. Please contact me @ firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on the Harbaugh, Brown, McClain, Milligan families if you would like.
Did Christian Garver own the original John Stoner homestead house? My great grandmother was Sarah Garver daughter of Samuel Garver , who was the son of david, son of Christian. My great grandmother reported that our family was from Switzerland before the days of the Revolution and some of the family served in the War. This is quoted from a Newspaper article that they interviewed my Great Grandmother Sarah Garver for. She was born in Tyronne Mills, Fayette Co, Pa. Also her Uncle was Captain Wentz (Wertz) in the revolution. Thanks,Vikki My grandfather her son reported as well that several of the boys were officiers and received land grants at the end of the war. Still researching. Thanks
|Jim Brown||Charles E. Brown|
I'll get you more info as I get it. Been a pleasure corresponding with you. I'm seeking more information on my Great-grandfather Charles E. Brown who traveled from Maryland in the later half of the 1800's and settled at Mount Pleasant Township which is now part of Morrison, IL. He had 13 children with Nora (Howard) Brown. I would love a chance to talk with descendants of any of those children. I'm interested in any information about our Brown relatives all the way to 10th Great-grandfather William Browne who came to America from England on "The London Ark" in 1634 at only 13 years of age. I'm very proud of our Brown bloodline.
|Gary Brown||Capt. Ignatius Brown|
My name is Gary Kenna Brown, and I am a direct descendant of Capt. Ignatius Brown. He and his wife elizabeth had a child named william b brown who married elizabeth fox, they had a child hezekiah brown who marriied catherine kinna, they had a child (my grandfather) Col. Aubrey Kenna Brown, Sr., US army ENT physician. He married Augusta Nelson, an immigrant from Sweden, and a nurse. She immigrated 1901. Grandfather Brown changed "kinna" to "kenna" because my father said he "liked the way it looked". He went to medical school at loyola/chicago. Their only child, my father, Col. Aubrey Kenna Brown, Jr, was born aug 25, 1920, in Greeneville, SC. My father was also a US army ENT physician, is still alive (will be 92 this month), and resides with my Mother Mildred Phillips Brown, in Temple, TX. My siblings (3 alive), are william phillips Brown, Gail Ingrid Brown Avots, and Beth Ann Brown Lang. They all reside in Texas. Col Aubrey Kenna Brown,sr (11/23/1880-3/25/1955) and my grandmother Augusta(3/22/1883-1/3/1966), along with my deceased brother Aubrey Kenna Brown lll (10/31/1947-12/31/1947) are buried at Fort Sam Houston Military Cemetery, San Antonio, tx. I vaguely remember visiting my great aunts Grace, Beulah, and Marcia in maryland as a child.
I also have in my possession a Pennsylvania long rifle made by gunsmith Henry Koch (just over the border in Pa), circa 1800, passed down in the family and attributed to Ignatius Brown, who was said to use it in the war of 1812. Hope you find these facts interesting!
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