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Gregory Brown (#46863260)
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Bio Photo Located near Malcolm, Nebraska (Lancaster County). Actively researching Yokum (Yoakum, Yocum, etc), Runyon, Montgomery, Brown and related lines.

Happy to take photos from nearby cemeteries.
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Linda Layman
Agency Cemetery
A cousin visited this cemetery a few years ago and could not find a grave for Greenbury Noland and his wife, Mary Ann. These two are our ancestors. I tried to write the cemetery to see if they are buried without a stone, but did not receive a reply. Have you seen an actual stone.
Added by Linda Layman on Nov 17, 2015 8:29 AM
Jenette Barricman
RE: Robert & Esther Johnson
That was very kind of you. It appears as if the tree is standing sentry to their headstone. You're right, it does look like the nicest area. Nice photography.
Thanks again.
Added by Jenette Barricman on Jul 09, 2011 2:52 PM
Jenette Barricman
Robert & Esther Johnson
Thank you so much for your photographs of Robert and Esther Johnson's headstone. I especially like the way you captured the tree behind their headstone. This is a nice addition to our family tree.
Added by Jenette Barricman on Jul 09, 2011 12:48 PM
Deb Stoddard
RE: Elihu and Rachel
My cousin believes that he is buried in Ohio, perhaps in the Tiffin area where much of the Brown family ended up. I will see if I can find more info about it. I'll send an email and attach the pics that I have. Be patient, I am not terrible adept with the pictures. I am hoping to write a posting with the pictures embedded. I'll send that along too.
Added by Deb Stoddard on Jul 03, 2011 5:54 PM
Deb Stoddard
RE: Elihu and Rachel Tyree
Thanks. I have pictures of headstones for everyone starting with Stephen Caudill (Rev. soldier) his wife Sarah, their daughter Elizabeth who married John Q. Brown, John Q. Brown, Benjamin Brown, David Tyree and Rachel Tyree, Amos Brown. I have no accompanying records. I also have stone for Rachel, but not Elihu. I have the same pic you posted, but I believe Elihu is buried elsewhere. I can try to figure out how to upload them. I took them all last week while I was in Whitesburg and in Kings Mountain.

Richard Brown was also stumped by the fact that Valentine seems to stop and there is little about him. I did find his wife and her parents though. I am so new at this (10 days of hunting) but it is fun. Thanks again for helping me along a bit.
Added by Deb Stoddard on Jul 03, 2011 7:49 AM
Deb Stoddard
RE: Elihu and Rachel Tyree
I have the information back through Valentine as well. I recently went to Whitesburg and we made contact with Richard Brown who also is from Benjamin's line, but a different son. There is a Brown DNA project. I remember my dad talking about Cleveland. I am wanting to get birth records for Amos so that we can extend the DAR in D.C. Through Stephen Caudill to Elizabeth who married John Q. Brown. Richard reported that there doesn't seem to be any link to Brown's in Ireland, but we match to Cain's and McCains. I am also beginning to do more research back through the Tyree side. The Trail of Tears brought the Thomas's to Whitesburg. This link: has a great chronology of the entrance of the Cherokee into the family. We also talked to Violet Bell in Kings Mt. who remembered the Brown boys (because of their browner skin) from when she first started teaching. She is in her mid-late 90's now. Why Elihu went to Kings Mt. is unknown to our family. We suspect that Elihu may have had some Brown relative there. I am assuming you know the story of Benjamin's death as it is well chronicled in the Letcher county oral history. I'd love any information that you can add about the family. My grandfather died in 1944, so I never knew him. My dad, Frank (known as Ted) was born in Bluefield W. Va during the depression. The family ended up in Kalamazoo in the early 1940's. The story goes that Amos had to go back to W. Va to serve prison time for making "medicine." My dad was one of the youngest of Amos and Dora's children.
Added by Deb Stoddard on Jul 02, 2011 10:45 PM
Deb Stoddard
Elihu and Rachel Tyree
Elihu and Rachel Tyree were my great-grandparents. My grandfather was Amos married to Dora Floyd and my dad was Frank (known as Ted) married to Frances. I am looking for any information that you may have on this part of the family tree. I'm in the process of compiling documentation for DAR. Elihu is listed in the DAR records but the trail ends there. Thanks for posting the picture.
Added by Deb Stoddard on Jul 02, 2011 9:24 PM
trudy chaput
I found him in the Campbell Family Tree. My e-mail is Trudy
Added by trudy chaput on Feb 22, 2011 7:34 AM
trudy chaput
RE: Lucetta Runyon
Hello! MR. Brown I am Lucetta's Great,Great Grand Daughter.Allison is her Great,Great,Great,Great Grand Daughter.Can you tell me any thing about Charles Runyon? I found that Orval c. Runyon had a twin brother that died at birth.His name was Arnie, is this true? Also why is Charles Campbell on Lucetta's death certificate as her father? I thank you for any help you can give me. Thank you very much. trudy
Added by trudy chaput on Feb 07, 2011 1:36 PM
Mike Brown
My Browns
My Browns were in New York at the time of the Rev War living in CT. Around 1800, they were living in Westchester Co., NY. My Ggrandpa Sanford Brown lived for a while in Oswego Co., NY working on the Erie Canal, then moved in MI in 1864. 1875 to KS, 1880 in IN, 1894 to AR.

Wm > Wm > Jesse > Sanford > Joseph > Virgil > me.
Added by Mike Brown on Dec 30, 2008 8:34 AM
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