|Death: ||May 18, 1831|
Hannah (Owens) Brown's husband John lost his life serving in the Revolutionary War as Captain of "Train Band 9" of the 18th Connecticut regiment. The 48-year-old captain's widow had already given birth to 10 other children by the time of her husband's demise in 1776.
The gravestone for Capt. John and Hannah (Owen) Brown is a replacement made after she died. Their grandson, (John Brown, the abolitionist) bought the old stone from the other heirs and had it shipped to his farm in Lake Placid, New York. It now marks his grave. See "The Stone on John Brown's Grave." Clarence Gee, in New York History, 1961.
John Brown (1728 - 1776)
Hannah Owens Brown Humphrey (1758 - 1825)*
Esther Brown Case (1762 - 1838)*
John Brown (1767 - 1849)*
Frederick Brown (1769 - 1848)*
Owen Brown (1771 - 1856)*
Roxana R. Brown Humphrey (1775 - 1855)*
Abiel Brown (1776 - 1856)*
Mrs. Hannah Brown.
his relict, died May 18, 1831
Canton Center Cemetery
Created by: Kelly in CT
Record added: Apr 10, 2010
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