Descendants of John Brown




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11. REBECCA8 BROWN (WILLIAM7 BROWN-JR., WILLIAM6 BROWN, ALEXANDER5, JAMES4, JAMES3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1762 in Anson Co., North Carolina (South Carolina), and died July 22, 1849 in Missouri. She married JAMES M. HARRELSON 1783 in Hawkins Co., North Carolina (Tennessee). He was born 1759 in North Carolina, and died 1829 in Tennessee.

Children of REBECCA BROWN and JAMES HARRELSON are:

i. WILLIAM M.9 HARRELSON, b. June 22, 1784.

ii. LUCY BROWN HARRELSON.


12. FELIX KENNEDY8 BROWN (WILLIAM7 BROWN-JR., WILLIAM6 BROWN, ALEXANDER5, JAMES4, JAMES3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1765 in Craven Co., South Carolina, and died Bet. 1830 - 1840 in Campbell Co., Tennessee. He married JANE LEEPER Abt. 1785 in Hawkins Co., North Carolina, daughter of GAWEN LEEPER and MARGARET BROWN. She was born Abt. 1766 in Augusta Co., Virginia, and died Aft. 1850 in Platte Co., Missouri.


More About FELIX KENNEDY BROWN:

Fact 1: 1787, Thomas Amis Accounts List, Hawkins County, State of Franklin (North Carolina)

Fact 2: 1830, U.S. Census, (age 60-70) Campbell County, Tennessee.


More About JANE LEEPER:

Fact: 1850, U.S. Census, (age 83) Platte County, Missouri

Children of FELIX BROWN and JANE LEEPER are:

i. WILLIAM9 BROWN, b. Abt. 1787, Hawkins Co., North Carolina.

ii. JOSEPH BROWN, b. Abt. 1789, Hawkins Co., North Carolina.

iii. FELIX BROWN, b. Abt. 1791, North Carolina.

iv. ELIZABETH BROWN, b. Abt. 1793, North Carolina.

v. DEVINE BROWN, b. Abt. 1795, North Carolina.

28. vi. JOHN BROWN, b. April 27, 1797, Knox Co., Tennessee; d. October 02, 1842, Andrew Co., Missouri.

vii. GUYAN LEEPER BROWN, b. 1800, Knox Co., Tennessee; d. October 29, 1858, Buchanen Co., Missouri; m. MATILDA PATTON, January 20, 1830, Knox Co., Tennessee; b. December 18, 1814, Strawberry Plains, Knox Co., Tennessee; d. February 07, 1901, Leavenworth, Kansas.

viii. JAMES L. BROWN, b. Bef. 1803; d. Bef. December 16, 1870; m. REBECCA WEAVER.

29. ix. HUGH LEEPER BROWN, b. June 24, 1810, Knox Co., Tennessee; d. January 23, 1888, Brownsville, Linn Co., Oregon.

x. THOMAS ANDREW BROWN, b. January 28, 1812, Knox Co., Tennessee; d. January 13, 1901, St. Joseph, Buchanen Co., Missouri; m. (1) LEANNA LEONARD, Abt. 1830, Tennessee; m. (2) MARGARET DEVINE BLAKELEY, April 21, 1833, Jefferson Co., Tennessee; b. 1815, Tennessee; d. September 16, 1862, Nodaway Co., Missouri; m. (3) MARY E. DEACON, November 09, 1873; b. 1815, Bourbon Co., Tennessee.


13. MARY8 BROWN (WILLIAM7 BROWN-JR., WILLIAM6 BROWN, ALEXANDER5, JAMES4, JAMES3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born February 01, 1770 in Camden District, South Carolina, and died November 15, 1831 in Knox Co., Tennessee. She married HUGH FULTON Abt. 1791 in Knox Co., Tennessee. He was born April 15, 1771 in Virginia, and died Aft. 1839.

Children of MARY BROWN and HUGH FULTON are:

i. WILLIAM9 FULTON, b. February 27, 1793.

ii. THOMAS FULTON, b. November 06, 1794.


Generation No. 9


14. MARGARET9 BROWN (ROBERT8, WILLIAM7 BROWN-JR., WILLIAM6 BROWN, ALEXANDER5, JAMES4, JAMES3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1784, and died Bef. 1849. She married ZACHARIAH ISBELL.

Children of MARGARET BROWN and ZACHARIAH ISBELL are:

i. CHILD10 ISBELL.

ii. CHILD ISBELL.

iii. REBECCA ISBELL.

iv. MARY ISBELL.

v. JOHN GODFREY ISBELL, m. LUCY WATSON.

vi. ROBERT CAROL ISBELL, m. ELIZABETH LOVE.

vii. WILLIAM ISBELL, b. Abt. 1817; m. MARTHA STANFIELD.

viii. CATHERINE ISBELL, b. Abt. 1827.

ix. FLOWERS MARION ISBELL, b. May 15, 1829; m. (1) MARTHA HOWARD; m. (2) AMANDA BROOKS WILSON.


15. WILLIAM9 BROWN (ROBERT8, WILLIAM7 BROWN-JR., WILLIAM6 BROWN, ALEXANDER5, JAMES4, JAMES3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1786, and died Bef. 1849.

Children of WILLIAM BROWN are:

i. JANE10 BROWN, m. STEPHEN BANKS.

ii. NATHANIEL BROWN.

iii. REDMAN BROWN.

iv. JOHN BROWN.


16. REBECCA9 BROWN (ROBERT8, WILLIAM7 BROWN-JR., WILLIAM6 BROWN, ALEXANDER5, JAMES4, JAMES3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1788. She married JOHNATHAN MCMAHAN.

Children of REBECCA BROWN and JOHNATHAN MCMAHAN are:

i. ROSIE10 MCMAHAN, m. JACKSON BREWER.

ii. ROBERT MCMAHAN, b. Abt. 1817; m. ELEANOR FULTZ.

iii. SANDERS W. MCMAHAN, b. Abt. 1824, Tennessee; m. NANCY J. HALEY.

iv. WESLEY MCMAHAN, b. 1825, Tennessee; m. NANCY C. MCFARLAND.

v. WILLIAM MCMAHAN, b. February 03, 1828, Tennessee; m. EMILENE ALEXANDER.

vi. JONATHAN ALLEN MCMAHAN, b. 1830, Tennessee.

vii. THOMAS JEFFERSON MCMAHAN, b. December 27, 1832, Tennessee; m. ANGELINE ELKINS.

viii. JAMES MONROE MCMAHAN, b. 1833, Tennessee; m. SUSAN JANE WELCH.

ix. NANCY MCMAHAN, b. 1833, Tennessee.

x. REBECCA JANE MCMAHAN, b. 1837; m. LAWSON PARKER.

xi. JULIA ANN MCMAHAN, b. 1840.


17. DAVID9 BROWN (WILLIAM8 BROWN-3RD, WILLIAM7 BROWN-JR., WILLIAM6 BROWN, ALEXANDER5, JAMES4, JAMES3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Bet. 1783 - 1784 in Washington County, North Carolina, and died August 06, 1868 in St. Clair Co., Alabama. He married SARAH MILLER Abt. 1807 in White Co.,Tennessee, daughter of DAVID MILLER and UNKNOWN. She was born Abt. 1790 in Territory South of The Ohio River, North Carolina, and died Bet. 1840 - 1850 in St. Clair Co., Alabama.


Notes for DAVID BROWN:

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State of Tennessee, 3rd District. Surveyed the 22nd day of April 1808 for David Brown, assignee of William P. Anderson, his occupant claim of two hundred acres by virtue of a warrant No. 1120 for 5000 acres leaving a balance of said warrant yet to be satisfied of_______acres located the 31st day of August 1807, location No. 254 situated in the County of Warren in the 34th section of said district..........

(On the north bank of Barren Fork of the Collins River) Registered February 16, 1809.


October 1813 Warren County, Tennessee Deed Book A;


To Lewis Pane, 3rd district of Warren County, 200 acres on west bank of Barren Fork of Collins River, at David Browns' northeast corner.


Brown families, Warren County, Tennessee in Deed Book A, 1808-1818;


December 08, 1808. Alexander Brown to Reuben Hampton, 200 acres on Hickory Creek (a branch of Barren Fork of the Collins River).


October 30, 1815. Stephen Jones to William Brown of Warren County, 10 acres in 3rd District on Hickory Creek (a branch of Barren Fork of the Collins River).


November 03, 1812. George Michel to Robert Brown of Warren County, 200 acres on both sides of Barren Fork of Collins River known as Red Banks where Brown now lives at corner of the heirs of Moses Davis.


November 03, 1812. George Michel to Thomas Brown of Warren County, 150 acres on the Barren Fork of the Collins River, part of 200 acres originally granted to the heirs of Moses Davis.


May 28, 1813. William C. Smartt, sheriff of Warren County to Soloman Evans, land of Alexander Sherrill and George Evans on James Browns' north corner.....Collins River, line between John Martin and Howell.


October 31, 1811. Stephen Jones to William Brown of Warren County, 500 acres on Hickory Creek (a branch of Barren Fork of Collins River) the line of John Jones and John Tolliver.


July 31, 1812. Abednigo Green Jr., Thomas Brown, Jeremiah Foster and Mary Polly Green, heirs and legatees of Abednigo Green Sr., Deceased to Absalom Brown, all of Warren County, 200 acres on west bank of Collins River, James Clendenons' claim, Vincent Hobbs conditional line.


April 21, 1812. State of Tennessee to Nimrod Dodson, 100 acres on West side of Hickory Creek (a branch of Barren Fork of Collins River) at John Doaks' line, Alexander Browns' line.


May 07, 1817. Nicholas Hughes to George Stubblefield, 50 acres on Hickory Creek (a branch of Barren Fork of Collins River) at Williams corner, Harmonds' corner.


The preceding Brown individuals may be relatives of David Brown, since all their land is in the same general area of Hickory Creek of Barren Fork of Collins River. A Harmond family is also there.


Early Tennessee Taxpayers, Green County, Tennessee;


Alexander Brown, 1805

Benjamin Brown, 1805

David Brown, 1812

George Brown, (2) 1805, (2) 1812

James Brown, 1783

Jathem Brown, 1812

John Brown, 1805, 1812

Jonathon Brown, (2) 1805

Maxwell Brown, 1805

Philip Brown, 1805

Salusne Brown, 1812

Thomas Brown, (2) 1805, (2) 1812

Thomas G. Brown, 1805

William Brown, 1805, (5) 1812


Mathew Leeper, 1783

Andrew Leper, 1783


Agnes Harmon, 1812

Chrisley Harmon, 1805, 1812

George Harmon, 1805

Isaac Harmon, 1805, 1812

Jacob Harmon, 1805, 1812

John Harmon Jr., 1812

John Harmon Sr., 1812

Moses Harmon, 1812

Peter Harmon, 1812

Peter Harmon Sr., 1805

Philip Harmon, 1805

Stephen Harmon, 1805, 1812

Thomas Harmon, 1805


Early Tennessee Taxpayers, Franklin County, Tennessee;


Alexander Brown, 1812

Francis Brown, 1812

Lieper Brown, 1812

Nathaniel Brown, 1812

Thomas Brown, 1812

William Brown, 1812

Zacharoh Brown, 1812


Early Tennessee Taxpayers of 1812, Warren County, Tennessee;


Benjamin Brown

David Brown (2)******

Jesse Brown

John Brown

Robert Brown

Thomas Brown (3)

William Brown


Alexander Miller, 1812

Andrew Miller, 1812

David Miller, 1812******

Elijah Miller, 1812

James Miller, 1812 (2)

John Miller, 1805, 1812

Joseph Miller, 1812

Joshua Miller, 1805

William Miller, 1805


William Colker, 1812.


Thomas Langford, 1812


Early Tennessee Taxpayers, Grainger County, Tennessee;


David Brown, 1805.

Edward Brown, 1805.

Isaac Brown, 1804, 1805 (2).

James Brown, 1799 (2), 1804 (2), 1805 (5).

Jarama Brown, 1804.

Jeremiah Brown, 1804, 1805.

John Brown, 1799, 1805.

Thomas Brown, 1799, 1804, 1805.

William Brown, 1799, 1804, 1805.


James Harmon, 1804.

Lewis Harmon, 1804, 1805.

Miller Harmon, 1805.

William Harmon, 1799, 1805.


Easley Miller, 1804.

Frederick Miller, 1799.

George Miller, 1799, 1804.

Harmon Miller, 1799, 1804, 1805.

John Miller, 1799 (2), 1804, 1805.

Levi Miller, 1805.

Martin Miller, 1799.


1816 Census Monroe County, Mississippi Territory (including the area that became St. Clair County).


David Broune.

David Browne: 1-3-1-0.


1 male 21 or more, born 1795 or before. (David)

3 male 21 or less, born 1795-1816. (Miller, William, David Jr.?)

1 female 21 or more, born 1795 or before. (Sarah)


William Browne.

Alexander Browne.

John Browne.

Joe Coker


1820 U.S. Census, Warren County, Tennessee;


286, Jane Brown...200000-23110

289, Thomas Brown...010001-00301*

290, John Brown...420110-01011*

291, Absolom Brown...020101-22010

292, William Brown...310010-21010*

292, William Brown...000001-00100*

296, Thomas Brown...000100-00100*

296, Thomas Brown...200110-20010*

297, Daniel Brown...300200-10100

299, Alexander Brown...000010-00101

300, John Brown...210010-11010*

301, Sylvia Brown...120001-30110

303, Thomas Brown...120001-41111*

308, Jesse Brown...330001-11010*

310, Thomas Brown...010001-00111*

310, Alexander Brown...100200-00110

310, Thomas Brown...212201-31010*

314, Polly Brown...300000-00010

315, John Brown...000010-00100*

317, Redding Brown...400010-10010

319, Alexander Brown...100100-00100


* Also name on 1812 Tax List.


1820 Census of St. Clair Co., Alabama;


A. Brown, Page 152, Household # 20; (Alexander Brown)

3 males over 21, 3 males under 21, 1 female over 21, 3 female under 21. 0 slaves


D. Brown, Page 152, Household #21(David Brown);

1 male over 21. (David)

2 male under 21. (Miller, William)

1 female over 21. (Sarah)

3 female under 21. (Louisa, Louhannah, Margaret)

1 Free Person of Color


G.L. Brown, Page 152, Household # 27; (Guian Leeper Brown)

2 male over 21, 4 male under 21, 1 female over 21, 1 female under 21. 0 slaves


William Brown, Page 160, Household # 2;

2 male over 21, 3 male under 21, 1 female over 21, 3 female under 21. 2 slaves


George Brown, Page 165, Household # 22;

1 male over 21, 1 male under 21, 2 female over 21, 9 female under 21. 0 slaves


David Brown, Page 166, Household # 14;

1 male over 21, 8 male under 21, 1 female over 21, 2 female under 21. 5 slaves


Stephen Harmon, Page 156, Household # 6;

1 male over 21, 3 male under 21, 1 female over 21, 4 female under 21. 0 slaves


Richmon Harmon, Page 157, Household # 6;

1 male under 21, 1 female over 21. 7 slaves.


War of 1812;


David Brown served in Company B, 1st Regiment, West Tennessee Militia. (Infantry)

October 04, 1813 to January 04, 1814.

Captain James Coles' Company B.

Colonel J.K. Wynnes' 1st Regiment, Tennessee Infantry.

Drafted at Warren Co., Tennessee.

Discharged January 10, 1814 at Fayetteville, (Lincoln County) Tennessee.


1830 U.S. Census, St. Clair County, Alabama;


David Brown, Page 228; 0101101-102101


1 male 5-10, born 1820-1825 (Jasper)

1 male 15-20, born 1810-1815 (William)

1 male 20-30, born 1800-1810 (Miller)

1 male 40-50, born 1780-1790 (David)

1 female 0-5, born 1825-1830 (Rebecca)

2 female 10-15, born 1815-1820 (Louhannah, Margaret)

1 female 15-20, born 1810-1815 (Louisa)

1 female 30-40, born 1790-1800 (Sarah)


January 23, 1839. Land Deed, Book B, Page 485, St. Clair County, Alabama. David Brown to Gilton (Gillum) Dearman. Identifies David Browns' wife as Sarah. Witness: John F. Dill.


1840 U.S. Census, St. Clair County, Alabama;


David Brown; 01010001-0210001


1 male 5-10, born 1830-1835 (Marion)

1 male 15-20, born 1820-1825 (Jasper)

1 male 50-60, born 1780-1790 (David)

2 female 5-10, born 1830-1835 (Harriett, Unity)

1 female 10-15, born 1825-1830 (Rebecca)

1 female 40-50, born 1790-1800 (Sarah)


1850 U.S. Census, St. Clair County, Alabama;


David Brown...66...M...Farmer...$ 2000...North Carolina

Harriett Brown...17...F...Alabama


1860 U.S. Census, St. Clair County, Alabama;


David Brown...77...M...$ 2500...$ 19000...Farmer...North Carolina


Land locations, David Brown and Allied Families. (Section, Township, Range) St. Clair County, Alabama and adjoining counties;


October 7, 1819...David Brown...28-13S-4E

January 17, 1820...David Brown...33-13S-4E

November 30, 1821...David Brown...23-13S-4E

October 1, 1823...David Brown...23-13S-4E

August 12, 1833...David Brown...32-13S-4E

September 4, 1834...David Brown...28-13S-4E

August 1, 1837...David Brown...3-17S-5E

August 1, 1837...David Brown...13-16S-5E

August 17, 1838...David Brown...3-17S-5E (with Sarah Harman)

February 1, 1843...David Brown...33-13S-4E

January 10, 1849...David Brown...32-13S-4E

September 30, 1852...David Brown...28-13S-4E

June 15, 1854...David Brown...28-14S-4E

March 1, 1858...David Brown...29-13S-4E


November 20, 1819...Joseph Coker...18-12S-4E


October 23, 1820...William/Mary Ann Brown...30-11S-5E (about 12 miles North East of David)

February 25, 1822...William/Mary Ann Brown...30-11S-5E (about 12 miles North East of David) E 1/2 NE, 80.19 acres.

February 25, 1822...William/Mary Ann Brown...30-11S-5E (about 12 miles North East of David) E 1/2 SW, 80.19 acres.

October 10, 1823...William/Stacey Brown...9-14S-5E (about 8 miles South East of David)

November 30, 1825...William/Stacey Brown...14-14S-5E (about 5 miles South East of David)

September 25, 1835...William Brown...36-18S-5E (about 10 miles South East of David Brown/Sarah Harman)


October 6, 1832...Mary Ann Brown...30-11S-5E

September 10, 1834...Mary A. Brown...30-11S-5E. SWNE, 40.9 acres.


November 17, 1835...Evan Watkins...23-13S-4E

August 5, 1837...Evan Watkins...23-13S-4E


More About DAVID BROWN:

Fact 1: Abt. 1807, Marriage in White Co., Tennessee

Fact 2: 1808, Land Purchase, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 3: April 22, 1808, Land Survey, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 4: April 27, 1808, Chain Carrier, Father William Brown Land Survey, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 5: 1809, Land Grant # 890, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 6: February 16, 1809, Land Survey Registered, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 7: 1812, Taxpayer List, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 8: July 1813, Deed Location, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 9: October 04, 1813, Enlisted, West Tennessee Militia, Warren Co., Tenn.

Fact 10: January 10, 1814, Discharged, West Tennessee Militia, at Lincoln Co., Tenn.

Fact 11: February 02, 1814, Land Sale, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 12: 1816, Census, Monroe County, Mississippi Territory

Fact 13: October 07, 1819, Land Patent, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 14: 1820, U.S. Census, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 15: January 17, 1820, Land Patent, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 16: February 05, 1820, Land Patent, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 17: April 13, 1820, Jury Duty, Court of St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 18: November 30, 1821, Land Patent, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 19: October 01, 1823, Land Patent, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 20: June 02, 1828, Administrator, Estate of William Brown Sr., St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 21: December 28, 1828, Released as Administrator, William Brown Estate, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 22: 1830, U.S. Census, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 23: November 06, 1832, James Lankford Estate Appraisal, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 24: August 12, 1833, Land Patent, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 25: September 04, 1834, Land Patent, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 26: August 01, 1837, Land Patent, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 27: August 13, 1838, Land Patent, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 28: January 23, 1839, Land Sale, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 29: 1840, U.S. Census, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 30: April 22, 1840, Land Sale, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 31: February 01, 1843, Land Patent, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 32: January 10, 1849, Land Patent, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 33: 1850, U.S. Census, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 34: September 30, 1852, Land Patent, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 35: June 15, 1854, Land Patent, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 36: August 01, 1855, Land Warrant, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 37: March 01, 1858, Land Patent, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 38: December 26, 1859, Gift of Negro Elias to Grandson David Watkins, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 39: 1860, U.S. Census, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 40: September 15, 1868, Estate Record, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 41: September 22, 1868, Estate Record, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 42: October 03, 1868, Estate Sale, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 43: October 12, 1868, Estate Record, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 44: December 31, 1868, Estate Record, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 45: January 11, 1869, Estate Record, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 46: July 20, 1869, Estate Record, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 47: September 02, 1869, Estate Record, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 48: September 09, 1869, Estate Record, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 49: September 13, 1869, Estate Record, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 50: November 01, 1869, Estate Record, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 51: November 05, 1869, Estate Record, St. Clair County, Alabama


Notes for SARAH MILLER:

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David and Sarah Brown had 1 grand daughter named Sarah that is known.

They also had 6 grand sons named William, that are known.


The surname Brown was a common name in the Cherokee Nation.


Sarah (Sally) Battles married someone named David Brown, but not ours. She moved back in with her father before 1850, as a widow with 4 children. Also, she was born in 1812, not 1790-1800 as David's wife on the 1830 & 1840 census records.


The other David Brown who lived in St. Clair County, Alabama in 1820 may have been the husband of Sarah Battles. It seems most likely that Sarah Battles married into this Brown family who in 1820 lived only 2 doors away from Samuel Battles, the father of Sarah. According to the land records, our David Brown lived nowhere near the several Battles families living in St. Clair County in the 1820-1830 time period.


David and Sarah Brown named their first son Miller Brown.


The headstone of Miller Brown reads in part; Miller Brown, son of D.and S. Brown.


On January 23, 1839, David and Sarah Brown sold land to son-in-law Gillum Dearman. Both David and Sarah signed the record.


On March 27, 1853, Unity Brown, daughter of David and Sarah Brown, named her 2nd oldest son David Miller Beason.


In 1838, David Brown purchased land in St. Clair County jointly with a person named Sarah Harmon.


Taxpayer List, Tennessee;


Harmon Miller;


1799 Grainger County.

1804 Grainger County.

1805 Grainger County.

1811 Maury County.

1816 Maury County.

(No listing in Tennessee after 1816)


1792 Tax List, Hawkins County, Tennessee;


Jacob Miller

John Miller


1797 Grainger County, Tennessee; List of Insolvents Within the Indian Boundry. The Sheriff is released from collecting.


Frederick Miller

John Miller


Taxpayer Lists, Grainger County, Tennessee;


Easley Miller, 1804.

Frederick Miller, 1799.

George Miller, 1799, 1804.

Harmon Miller, 1799, 1804, 1805.

John Miller, 1799, 1804, 1805.

Levi Miller, 1805.

Martin Miller, 1799.


Taxpayer Lists, Warren County, Tennessee;


Alexander Miller, 1812.

Andrew Miller, 1812.

David Miller, 1812.

Elijah Miller, 1812.

James Miller, 1812.

John Miller, 1805, 1812.

Joseph Miller, 1812.

Joshua Miller, 1805.

William Miller, 1805.


Cherokee Reservation List of 1817;


Andrew Miller.

John Miller.


Cherokee Immigration List of 1817;


James Miller.

John Miller.

Martin Miller.

Nancy Miller.


Cherokee Immigration List of 1835;


Ave Miller.

David Miller.

George Miller.

Polly Miller.


More About SARAH MILLER:

Fact: January 23, 1839, Signed, Land Sale to Gillum Dearman, St. Clair County, Alabama

Children of DAVID BROWN and SARAH MILLER are:

30. i. MILLER10 BROWN, b. October 08, 1809, Warren Co., Tennessee; d. February 08, 1862, Pontotoc Co., Mississippi.

31. ii. LOUISA BROWN, b. 1811, Warren Co., Tennessee; d. Aft. June 1880, St. Clair Co., Alabama.

32. iii. WILLIAM MARION BROWN, b. April 05, 1813, Warren Co., Tennessee; d. April 25, 1856, Marion Co., Arkansas.

iv. DAVID BROWN, b. Abt. 1815, Monroe County, Mississippi Territory; d. Bet. 1817 - 1820, Alabama Territory or Alabama.


More About DAVID BROWN:

Fact: 1816, Territory Census, Monroe County, Mississippi Territory


33. v. LOUHANNAH BROWN, b. 1817, St. Clair Co., Mississippi Territory; d. April 1880, Marion Co., Arkansas.

34. vi. MARGARET ANN BROWN, b. February 06, 1820, St. Clair Co., Alabama; d. January 31, 1882, Craighead Co., Arkansas.

35. vii. JASPER BROWN, b. February 23, 1822, St. Clair Co., Alabama; d. September 11, 1857, Pontotoc Co., Mississippi.

36. viii. REBECCA B. BROWN, b. 1829, St. Clair Co., Alabama; d. 1891, Arkansas.

ix. MARION BROWN, b. 1832, St. Clair Co., Alabama; d. May 09, 1863, Unknown [Civil War, C.S.A. casualty]; m. MARGARET CATHERINE DEARMAN, December 11, 1849, St. Clair Co., Alabama; b. October 21, 1834, St. Clair Co., Alabama; d. June 15, 1870, St. Clair Co., Alabama.


Notes for MARION BROWN:

Land Patent, St. Clair County, Alabama;


March 1, 1858: N1/2NE, Section 4, Township 14 South, Range 4 East.


More About MARION BROWN:

Fact 1: 1850, U.S. Census, St. Clair Co., Alabama

Fact 2: Bet. 1850 - 1860, No children

Fact 3: March 01, 1858, Land Purchase, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 4: 1860, U.S. Census, St. Clair Co., Alabama

Fact 5: 1863, Lieutenant, 51st Regiment, Alabama Cavalry


37. x. HARRIETT BROWN, b. 1833, St. Clair Co., Alabama.

38. xi. UNITY BROWN, b. October 16, 1834, St. Clair Co., Alabama; d. July 03, 1910, St. Clair Co., Alabama.

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