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Descendants of John Brown

Generation No. 1
1. JOHN1 BROWN was born March 1539/40 in Fife, Scotland. He married MARIAN HUTSON April 19, 1562 in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. She was born Abt. 1542 in Fife, Scotland.

Child of JOHN BROWN and MARIAN HUTSON is:

2. i. JAMES2 BROWN, b. 1564, Canongate Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

Generation No. 2
2. JAMES2 BROWN (JOHN1) was born 1564 in Canongate Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. He married MARGARET CRICHTON September 12, 1599 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, daughter of CUTHBERT CRYTTON and ISBELL WALCAR. She was born 1573 in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
More About JAMES BROWN:

Fact: January 27, 1563/64, Christened, Canongate Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland


More About MARGARET CRICHTON:

Fact: October 11, 1573, Christened, St. Nicholas Parish, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Child of JAMES BROWN and MARGARET CRICHTON is:

3. i. JAMES3 BROWN, b. 1605, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.



Generation No. 3
3. JAMES3 BROWN (JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1605 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. He married MARY DAVIDSON October 14, 1625 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
More About JAMES BROWN:

Fact: July 14, 1605, Christened, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland

Child of JAMES BROWN and MARY DAVIDSON is:

4. i. JAMES4 BROWN, b. 1627, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.



Generation No. 4
4. JAMES4 BROWN (JAMES3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1627 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. He married (1) MARGARET THOMSON November 30, 1647 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. He married (2) JANET CRAWFORD June 13, 1656 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, daughter of JOHN CRAWFORD and AGNES GOURLAY. She was born 1632 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
More About JAMES BROWN:

Fact: December 12, 1627, Christened, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland


More About JANET CRAWFORD:

Fact: April 29, 1632, Christened, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland

Child of JAMES BROWN and JANET CRAWFORD is:

5. i. ALEXANDER5 BROWN, b. 1679, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.



Generation No. 5
5. ALEXANDER5 BROWN (JAMES4, JAMES3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1679 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. He married (1) ELIZABETH KNOX December 16, 1698 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, daughter of JOHN KNOX and JANNAT SIMPSON. She was born 1677 in Dalkieth, Midlothian, Scotland, and died Bet. December 08, 1700 - June 11, 1701 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. He married (2) BARBARA RANDALL June 12, 1701 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, daughter of WILLIAM RANDALL and AGNES KEIR. She was born Abt. 1680 in Of Dundee, Angus, Scotland.
More About ALEXANDER BROWN:

Fact: June 15, 1679, Christened, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland

Child of ALEXANDER BROWN and ELIZABETH KNOX is:

i. ALEXANDER6 BROWN, b. December 08, 1700, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.


Child of ALEXANDER BROWN and BARBARA RANDALL is:

6. ii. WILLIAM6 BROWN, b. 1702, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

Generation No. 6
6. WILLIAM6 BROWN (ALEXANDER5, JAMES4, JAMES3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1702 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. He married HELEN MORRISON October 20, 1724 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, daughter of GEORGE MORRISON and ISOBELL RUSSELL. She was born 1708 in Ordiquhill, Banff, Scotland.
More About WILLIAM BROWN:

Fact: August 23, 1702, Christened, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland


More About HELEN MORRISON:

Fact: December 25, 1708, Christened, Ordiquhill, Banff, Scotland

Children of WILLIAM BROWN and HELEN MORRISON are:

i. ROBERT7 BROWN, b. 1725, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.


More About ROBERT BROWN:

Fact: July 09, 1725, Christened, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland


ii. HELEN BROWN, b. 1727, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
More About HELEN BROWN:

Fact: July 30, 1727, Christened, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland


iii. MARGARET BROWN, b. 1730, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
More About MARGARET BROWN:

Fact: March 09, 1729/30, Christened, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland


iv. MARY BROWN, b. 1730, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland; d. Bet. 1730 - 1744, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
More About MARY BROWN:

Fact: March 09, 1729/30, Christened, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland


7. v. WILLIAM BROWN-JR., b. 1732, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland; d. Bet. August 21, 1803 - April 1807, Knox Co., Tennessee.

vi. JEAN BROWN, b. 1734, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.


More About JEAN BROWN:

Fact: May 26, 1734, Christened, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland


vii. JAMES BROWN, b. 1736, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
More About JAMES BROWN:

Fact: October 15, 1736, Christened, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland


viii. ANN BROWN, b. 1738, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
More About ANN BROWN:

Fact: December 03, 1738, Christened, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland


ix. HUGH BROWN, b. 1740, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
More About HUGH BROWN:

Fact: August 24, 1740, Christened, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland


x. MARY BROWN, b. 1744, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
More About MARY BROWN:

Fact: June 24, 1744, Christened, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland



Generation No. 7
7. WILLIAM7 BROWN-JR. (WILLIAM6 BROWN, ALEXANDER5, JAMES4, JAMES3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1732 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, and died Bet. August 21, 1803 - April 1807 in Knox Co., Tennessee. He married (1) ELIZABETH BLACK Abt. 1752 in Augusta Co., Virginia, daughter of JOHN BLACK and ISABELL. She was born Abt. 1733 in County Down, Ireland, and died Abt. 1764 in Waxhaws, Anson Co., North Carolina (South Carolina). He married (2) MARTHA KENNEDY Abt. 1764 in Waxhaws, Anson Co., North Carolina (South Carolina), daughter of FELIX KENNEDY and AGNES GOUGHER. She was born 1745 in Augusta Co., Virginia, and died Aft. 1807.
Notes for WILLIAM BROWN-JR.:

Peter Wilson Coldham, The Complete book of Immigrants, 1751-1776 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1993), p. 4, citing CLRO: ASTM/f.49-50:


April 20, 1751, bound to John Smith for Virginia: William Brown of Edinburgh, Scotland, Cooper, Aged 18, to serve 7 years. (John Smith of Augusta County, Virginia, the same, who provided passage for James Leeper and family including son Guian Leeper as well as many others). Birth: Between April 20, 1732-April 20, 1733
Early Geographical Designations For That Part of North Carolina That Became Tennessee;
Washington County, 1777-1785.

State of Franklin, 1785-1790.

Territory South of The Ohio River, 1790-1796.

State of Tennessee Established in 1796.


South Carolina Memorials to Land Titles, 1774-1776;
Robert Carnes, 28 March 1775: 100 acres on SE side of 12 Mile Creek. (Bounded) SW on William Browne; SE on Robert Colwell; NE on Charles Miller. Survey certified 8 July 1774; granted 16 September 1774. Quit rent in two years. Pat Cain, DS. Delivered 1 June 1775 to Pat Cain. (13-420:4)
Early North Carolina Land Grants in Tennessee;
1782: # 1078, Andrew Leeper, Sullivan County.

1782: # 1248, John Leeper, Sullivan County.

1782: # 1412, Guyan Leeper, Sullivan County.

1787: # 805, William Brown, Washington County.


Early North Carolina Land Deeds in Tennessee;
1788, William Brown, Sullivan County.
1783: Washington County Court Records noted William Brown (Reference, Hawkins County)

1786: Hawkins County officially established from Sullivan County, North Carolina (Tennessee).

1792: Knox County established from Hawkins and Greene County, North Carolina (Tennessee).
William Brown of Hawkins County, North Carolina (Tennessee), land sale in Lancaster County, South Carolina;
March 26, 1790: Finney McClenahan agent and attorney for William Brown, to Benjamin Harper of Lancaster County, for L120....two tracts on 12 Mile Creek on E. side of Catawba River adjoining Robert McCorkle, Samuel Burnett, 265 acres and 150 acres granted to Andrew Nut, conveyed 27 July 1758 to William Brown, the other part, 115 acres, part of grant to William Alexander and by him conveyed 22 July 1758 to William Brown....Finney McClenahan (Seal). Witness: William Brooket, Jno. McClenahan, Wm. Harper. 2 March 1792. Proved by Wm. Harper before Isaac Donnom, J.P.
Will of William Brown, August 07, 1803, Knox County, Tennessee;
Wife, Martha Brown.

Daughter, Rebecca Harrelson.

Daughter, Mary Fulton.

Daughter, Agnes Fulton.

Sons, Thomas, Alexander, Robert, William, Felix and John.

Executors: Samuel Sample & Joseph McCulloch & Wife Martha Brown.

Witnesses: Joseph Watt, Charles Bleakley, James Evins.

(Describes himself as Farmer)


Codicil of Will of William Brown, August 21, 1803, Knox County, Tennessee;
Wife, Martha.

Witnesses: Joseph McCulloch, James Brown, Felix Brown.


Probate of Will, April 1807, Knox County, Tennessee.
More About WILLIAM BROWN-JR.:

Fact 1: June 25, 1732, Christened, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland

Fact 2: April 20, 1751, Bound to John Smith for Virginia (Augusta County)

Fact 3: August 11, 1756, Captain Samuel Norwood's Company of Militia, Augusta County, Virginia

Fact 4: February 15, 1758, Named Co- Executor, John Black Will, Augusta County, Virginia

Fact 5: March 16, 1758, David Black Replaces William Brown as Co-Executor of John Black Will, Augusta County, Virginia

Fact 6: July 22, 1758, Land Purchase, Anson County, North Carolina, (Craven County, South Carolina)

Fact 7: July 27, 1758, Land Purchase, Anson County, North Carolina (Craven County, South Carolina)

Fact 8: August 08, 1760, Land Deed Witness, Anson County, North Carolina (South Carolina)

Fact 9: February 02, 1762, Land Deed Witness, Anson County, North Carolina (South Carolina)

Fact 10: April 06, 1762, Platts with Fiats, Craven County, South Carolina

Fact 11: December 06, 1762, Land Deed Witness, Anson County, North Carolina (South Carolina)

Fact 12: 1763, List of Taxables, Anson County, North Carolina (Craven County, South Carolina)

Fact 13: 1763, The Waxhaws Become Part of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

Fact 14: 1769, Camden District, South Carolina Established

Fact 15: 1769, The Waxhaws Become Part of Tryon County, North Carolina

Fact 16: 1772, New Border Survey Places The Waxhaws Officially in Camden District, South Carolina

Fact 17: March 28, 1775, Deed Location, Camden District, South Carolina

Fact 18: May 1776, Drafted by 3rd Regiment, South Carolina, (disinclined to serve). Six Weeks Duty Served by Son Thomas, Camden District, South Carolina

Fact 19: 1778, Jury/Taxpayer List, East of the Wateree, South Carolina

Fact 20: Bet. April - June 1780, Moved to Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

Fact 21: Abt. 1782, Moved to Washington County, North Carolina (Tennessee)

Fact 22: 1783, Court Records, Washington County, North Carolina (Hawkins County is Referenced)

Fact 23: 1787, North Carolina Land Grant # 805, Washington County, North Carolina (Tennessee)

Fact 24: 1788, Land Deed # 73, Sullivan County, North Carolina

Fact 25: March 26, 1790, Land Sale, By Agent, Land in Lancaster County, South Carolina

Fact 26: 1791, Land Grant, (Lyons Creek) Knox County, North Carolina (Tennessee)

Fact 27: July 15, 1799, Signed Petition To Create Roane County, Knox County, Tennessee

Fact 28: September 29, 1801, Signed Petition To Create Roane County, Knox County, Tennessee

Fact 29: August 07, 1803, Will Date, Knox County, Tennessee

Fact 30: August 21, 1803, Codicil to Will, Knox County, Tennessee

Fact 31: April 1807, Will Probate, Knox County, Tennessee


More About ELIZABETH BLACK:

Fact: December 06, 1762, Land Deed Witness, (With Husband) Anson County, North Carolina (South Carolina)


More About MARTHA KENNEDY:

Fact 1: February 26, 1745/46, Baptised, Old Stone Church, Augusta County, Virginia

Fact 2: August 07, 1803, William Brown Will (Husband), Knox County, Tennessee

Children of WILLIAM BROWN-JR. and ELIZABETH BLACK are:

8. i. THOMAS8 BROWN, b. February 28, 1753, Augusta Co., Virginia; d. September 03, 1849, Warren Co., Tennessee.

ii. ALEXANDER BROWN, b. Abt. 1755, Augusta Co., Virginia; d. Bet. 1809 - 1820, Warren Co., Tennessee.


Notes for ALEXANDER BROWN:

South Carolina Roster of Patriots, Revolutionary War;


Alexander Brown;
"He served in the Turkey Creek Volunteer Militia under Colonel Edward Lacey".
"He served as a Militiaman under Captains Thomas Gill and Thomas Ramsay and Colonel Lacey during 1781. During 1782, he was a Quartermaster".
More About ALEXANDER BROWN:

Fact 1: Bet. 1780 - 1781, South Carolina Militia

Fact 2: Abt. 1782, Moved to Washington County, North Carolina

Fact 3: 1787, Thomas Amis Accounts List, Hawkins County, State of Franklin (North Carolina)

Fact 4: 1799, Petition for Creation of Roane County, Knox County, Tennessee

Fact 5: 1801, Petition for Creation of Roane County, Knox County, Tennessee

Fact 6: 1802, Taxpayer List, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 7: September 17, 1804, Bondsman, Ordinary License, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 8: December 08, 1808, Land Sale, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 9: January 13, 1809, Land Deed Location, Warren County, Tennessee


9. iii. ROBERT BROWN, b. Bet. March - April 1758, Rowan Co., North Carolina; d. 1849, Warren Co., Tennessee.

10. iv. WILLIAM BROWN-3RD, b. Abt. 1760, Anson Co., North Carolina (Craven Co., South Carolina); d. Abt. 1832, St. Clair Co., Alabama.

11. v. REBECCA BROWN, b. Abt. 1762, Anson Co., North Carolina (South Carolina); d. July 22, 1849, Missouri.

vi. DAVID BROWN, b. Abt. 1764, Anson Co., North Carolina (South Carolina); d. Bet. 1787 - 1790, State of Franklin, (North Carolina).


More About DAVID BROWN:

Fact: 1787, Signer, Petition for Statehood, State of Franklin to North Carolina


Children of WILLIAM BROWN-JR. and MARTHA KENNEDY are:

12. vii. FELIX KENNEDY8 BROWN, b. Abt. 1765, Craven Co., South Carolina; d. Bet. 1830 - 1840, Campbell Co., Tennessee.

viii. AGNESS BROWN, b. Abt. 1768, Craven Co., South Carolina; m. JOHN FULTON; b. Abt. 1765.

13. ix. MARY BROWN, b. February 01, 1770, Camden District, South Carolina; d. November 15, 1831, Knox Co., Tennessee.

x. JOHN BROWN, b. Abt. 1772, Camden District, South Carolina.


More About JOHN BROWN:

Fact 1: Bet. April - June 1780, Moved to Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

Fact 2: Abt. 1782, Moved to Washington County, North Carolina

Fact 3: 1792, Land Grant # 250, Hawkins County, North Carolina (Tennessee)

Fact 4: 1799, Signed Petition for Creation of Roane County, Knox County, Tennessee

Fact 5: 1801, Signed Petition for Creation of Roane County, Knox County, Tennessee

Fact 6: 1802, Taxpayer List, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 7: June 23, 1804, Slave Purchase, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 8: 1805, Taxpayer List, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 9: July 15, 1805, Sheriff of Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 10: December 19, 1805, Bondsman, Ordinary License, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 11: February 12, 1806, Slave Purchase, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 12: January 06, 1808, Sheriff of Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 13: March 11, 1808, Slave Purchase, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 14: May 23, 1808, Slave Sale, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 15: May 13, 1809, Slave Purchase, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 16: November 10, 1809, Slave Purchase, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 17: November 18, 1809, Slave Purchase, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 18: 1812, Taxpayer List, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 19: 1820, U.S. Census, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 20: 1830, U.S. Census, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 21: 1840, U.S. Census, Warren County, Tennessee



Generation No. 8
8. THOMAS8 BROWN (WILLIAM7 BROWN-JR., WILLIAM6 BROWN, ALEXANDER5, JAMES4, JAMES3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born February 28, 1753 in Augusta Co., Virginia, and died September 03, 1849 in Warren Co., Tennessee. He married MISS GREEN. She was born Abt. 1755.
More About THOMAS BROWN:

Fact 1: March 1776, Enlisted, Captain James McFaddens Company, Tryon County, North Carolina

Fact 2: April 1776, Discharged, Tryon County, North Carolina

Fact 3: June 01, 1776, Enlisted, Captain John Barkleys Company, Waxhaws, Camden District, South Carolina

Fact 4: July 1776, Discharged, Charleston, South Carolina

Fact 5: July 1776, Enlisted, Captain John Kennedys Company, Charleston, South Carolina

Fact 6: September 1776, Discharged, Charleston, South Carolina

Fact 7: September 1776, Enlisted, Captain George Dunlapps Company, Charleston, South Carolina

Fact 8: October 1776, Discharged, Charleston, South Carolina

Fact 9: October 1776, Enlisted, Captain John Barkleys Company, Waxhaws, Camden District, South Carolina

Fact 10: November 1776, Discharged, Charleston, South Carolina

Fact 11: December 01, 1776, Enlisted, General Rutherfords North Carolina Militia

Fact 12: July 1777, Discharged, Perrysburg, South Carolina

Fact 13: Bet. 1777 - 1780, Lived at Waxhaws, Camden District, South Carolina

Fact 14: Bet. April - June 1780, Moved to Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

Fact 15: Bet. June - December 1780, Moved to Holston River, Washington County, North Carolina (Tennessee)

Fact 16: Bet. April - December 1780, Enlisted, Revolutionary Army, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

Fact 17: Bet. 1780 - 1785, Court Records, Washington County, North Carolina

Fact 18: 1782, Land Grant # 184, Washington County, North Carolina (Tennessee)

Fact 19: 1782, Land Grant # 308, Washington County, North Carolina (Tennessee)

Fact 20: 1799, Signed Petition for Creation of Roane County, Knox County, Tennessee

Fact 21: 1801, Signed Petition for Creation of Roane County, Knox County, Tennessee

Fact 22: Abt. 1802, Moved to Clinch River, Roane County, then Smith County, Tennessee

Fact 23: 1802, Taxpayer List, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 24: 1805, Taxpayer List, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 25: March 18, 1806, Bondsman, Ordinary License, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 26: December 14, 1807, Slave Purchase, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 27: December 26, 1807, Bondsman, Ordinary License, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 28: Aft. December 26, 1807, Moved to Smith County, Tennessee

Fact 29: 1808, Moved to Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 30: 1812, Taxpayer List, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 31: July 31, 1812, Land Purchase, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 32: November 03, 1812, Land Purchase, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 33: 1820, U.S. Census, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 34: October 08, 1833, Applied for Revolutionary War Pension, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 35: January 17, 1834, Revolutionay War Pension Approved, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 36: 1840, U.S. Census, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 37: 1850, Estate Record, Warren County, Tennessee

Children of THOMAS BROWN and MISS GREEN are:

i. WILLIAM9 BROWN.

ii. ALEXANDER BROWN.

iii. REBECCA BROWN.

iv. MARGARET BROWN, m. MR. HALL.

v. NANCY BROWN, m. MR. MCGREGOR.



9. ROBERT8 BROWN (WILLIAM7 BROWN-JR., WILLIAM6 BROWN, ALEXANDER5, JAMES4, JAMES3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Bet. March - April 1758 in Rowan Co., North Carolina, and died 1849 in Warren Co., Tennessee. He married ELSIE LYONS.
More About ROBERT BROWN:

Burial: 1849, Viola, Warren Co., Tennessee

Fact 1: 1779, Enlisted, Captain Coldwells Company, Burke County, North Carolina

Fact 2: 1779, Enlisted, Captain Samuel Davidsons Company, Burke county, North Carolina

Fact 3: March 1780, Enlisted, Captain Prices Company, Burke County, North Carolina

Fact 4: 1781, Enlisted, Captain Smiths Company, Burke County, North Carolina

Fact 5: Abt. 1782, Moved to Washington County, North Carolina (Tennessee)

Fact 6: Bet. 1782 - 1812, Lived in Hawkins, Knox, Roane, Smith and Warren Counties, Tennessee

Fact 7: 1797, Land Sale, Hawkins County, Tennessee

Fact 8: 1799, Petition for Creation of Roane County, Knox County, Tennessee

Fact 9: 1801, Petition for Creation of Roane County, Knox County, Tennessee

Fact 10: 1802, Taxpayer List, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 11: June 18, 1804, Bondsman, Ordinary License, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 12: 1812, Taxpayer List, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 13: November 03, 1812, Land Purchase, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 14: 1830, U.S. Census, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 15: January 10, 1832, Applied for Revolutionary War Pension, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 16: January 09, 1834, Pension Awarded, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 17: 1840, U.S. Census, Warren County, Tennessee

Children of ROBERT BROWN and ELSIE LYONS are:

14. i. MARGARET9 BROWN, b. Abt. 1784; d. Bef. 1849.

15. ii. WILLIAM BROWN, b. Abt. 1786; d. Bef. 1849.

16. iii. REBECCA BROWN, b. Abt. 1788.

10. WILLIAM8 BROWN-3RD (WILLIAM7 BROWN-JR., WILLIAM6 BROWN, ALEXANDER5, JAMES4, JAMES3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1760 in Anson Co., North Carolina (Craven Co., South Carolina), and died Abt. 1832 in St. Clair Co., Alabama. He married MARY ANN LEEPER Abt. 1783 in Hawkins Co., North Carolina, daughter of GAWEN LEEPER and MARGARET BROWN. She was born Abt. 1768 in Augusta Co., Virginia, and died Bet. 1834 - 1840 in St. Clair Co., Alabama.
Notes for WILLIAM BROWN-3RD:

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Western North Carolina that became Tennessee;
In 1772, The Settlement of Watauga was established;
Jacob Brown was a commissioner in early Watauga Settlement.
In 1776, a petition was signed and presented to North Carolina, requesting the establishment of Washington District or County in North Carolina. Petition signers included;
Jacob Brown

John Brown

Joseph Brown

Joseph Brown Jr.


South Carolina Roster of Patriots, Revolutionary War;
William Brown;
"He served in the Turkey Creek Volunteer Militia Under Captain Edward Lacey".
In November 1777, the State of North Carolina established Washington County, North Carolina, which at that time included what is now, the entire state of Tennessee. This was all Indian land except for the eastern tip of the new county, which was the Wautauga Settlement.
Early court records from 1777, and later, show the following Browns and Millers listed;
Jacob Brown.

Joseph Brown.

Joseph Brown, 1800, (Hawkins County is referenced).

Thomas Brown.

William (W) Brown, 1783, (Hawkins County is referenced, formally established in 1786 in some records).

Martha Miller.

Martha Miller Jr.

William Miller Jr.

In 1783, William Brown 3rd was living in the Washington County of North Carolina which included that part which became the entire State of Tennessee. In that part of Washington County called Hawkins County in 1783. In that part of Hawkins County that became part of the State of Franklin in the State of North Carolina in 1785. In that part of Hawkins County that became Knox County, Southwest Territory of North Carolina June 11, 1792. In that part of Knox County, Tennessee that became Roane County, Tennessee November 6, 1801. William Brown 3rd was on the Taxpayer List of Roane County, Tennessee in 1805. William Brown 4th married Stacey E. Grayson 1805 in Roane County, Tennessee, and later moved to St. Clair County, Alabama. William Brown 3rd moved to St. Clair County, Alabama 1815-1816.
In 1785, The State of Franklin was established, under the rule of the State of North Carolina.
In 1787, a petition was signed and presented to the State of North Carolina, by residents of the State of Franklin. The petition was a request to be released from North Carolina rule. Petition signers included;
David Brown.

William Brown.

Coonas Miller.

Robert Miller.

Thomas Miller.
In 1789, the State of Franklin became the Territory South of the Ohio River.
In 1796, The State of Tennessee was established.
Tennessee Taxpayer records listing William Brown;
Grainger County, 1799, 1804, 1805, 1821

Jefferson County, 1800

Roane County, 1805 (Marriage of William Brown-4th, October 28, 1805 in Roane County.)*********

White County, 1811, 1825 (2) Jr. and Sr.

Maury County, 1811(3), 1816 (3)

Greene County, 1805, 1812 (5)

Warren County, 1812********

Franklin County, 1812

Giles County, 1812, 1819

Humphreys County, 1812

Washington County, 1814 (2), 1819 (4)

Williamson County, 1815.


Pioneers of Roane County, Tennessee;
Captain Richard Oliver's Company-1802;
Alexander Brown.

Robert Brown.

Thomas Brown.

William Brown.

John Fulton.

Paul Harelson, Esq.

Henry Miller.

James Miller.

John Miller.

Robert Miller.

Robert Miller Jr.

William Miller.

(among others)
Captain Gray Syms Company-1802;
Alexander Miller.

(among others)

Marriage Bondsmen, 1802-1810, Roane County, Tennessee;
John Miller, December 23, 1803.

Robert Brown, June 18, 1804.

Alexander Brown, September 17, 1804.

John Brown, December 19, 1805.

Thomas Brown, March 18, 1806.

John Brown, June 15, 1807.

Thomas Brown, December 26, 1807.

William Brown, March 21, 1808.

John Miller, March 22, 1808.
Land Survey, April 27, 1808: William Brown, 300 acres on both sides of the Barren Fork of the Collins River. Chain carriers were David Brown and William Brown Jr. John A. Wilson, District Surveyor, Third Surveyor's District. Registered, February 24, 1814.
1816 Census, Monroe County, Mississippi Territory;
William Brown: 2-3-1-3
2 male 21 or more, born 1795 or before. (William Sr., James)

3 male 21 or less, born 1795-1816. (Robert, Felix, John)

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

3 female 21 or less, born 1795-1816 (Temperance, Sarah, Elizabeth)


1820 St. Clair County, Alabama Census;
Wm. Brown; 2-3-1-3
2 Male over 21, born before 1800. (William Sr., James)

3 Male under 21, born 1799-1820. (Robert, Felix, John)

1 Female over 21, born before 1800. (Mary Ann)

3 Female under 21, born 1800-1820. (Temperance, Sarah, Elizabeth)

1830 U.S. Census, St Clair County, Alabama;
William Brown (page 232); 010100001-10010001
1 Male 5-10, born 1820-1825 (????)

1 '' 15-20, born 1810-1815 (Felix)

1 '' 60-70, born 1760-1770 (William)

1 Female 0-5, born 1825-1830 (????)

1 '' 15-20, born 1810-1815 (Elizabeth)

1 '' 50-60, born 1770-1780 (Mary Ann)


More About WILLIAM BROWN-3RD:

Fact 1: 1776, South Carolina Militia

Fact 2: November 1776, Enlisted, General Griffith Rutherford's Rowan County, North Carolina Militia

Fact 3: 1777, South Carolina Militia

Fact 4: Abt. 1782, Moved to Washington District, North Carolina

Fact 5: 1783, Court Records, Hawkins County, Washington District, North Carolina (Noted as Hawkins County)

Fact 6: 1787, Court Records, Hawkins County, State of Franklin (Washington County, North Carolina)

Fact 7: 1787, Land Grant # 801, Washington District, North Carolina (Tennessee)

Fact 8: 1787, Signer, Petition for Statehood, State of Franklin to North Carolina

Fact 9: 1789, Land Grant # 81, Washington District, North Carolina (Tennessee)

Fact 10: 1791, Land Grant # 203, Hawkins County, North Carolina (Tennessee)

Fact 11: 1791, Land Grant # 209, Hawkins County, North Carolina (Tennessee)

Fact 12: October 10, 1796, Ensign, Militia, Hawkins County, Tennessee

Fact 13: Bet. 1797 - 1802, Living in Knox County, Tennessee

Fact 14: 1799, Signed Petition for Creation of Roane County, Knox County, Tennessee

Fact 15: 1801, Signed Petition for Creation of Roane County, Knox County, Tennessee

Fact 16: 1802, Taxpayer List, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 17: July 25, 1802, Provided Forage on Establishment of New Cherokee Line, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 18: Bet. May 1805 - September 1808, Register of Deeds (2), Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 19: 1805, Taxpayer List, Roane County, Tennessee

Fact 20: August 06, 1806, Signer, Petition to Form Warren County in White County, Tennessee.

Fact 21: 1808, Land Grant # 526, White County, Tennessee

Fact 22: 1808, Land Grant # 539, White County, Tennessee

Fact 23: April 27, 1808, Land Survey, 300 Acres, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 24: September 03, 1808, Chain Carrier, George Michie Survey, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 25: September 03, 1808, Chain Carrier, Moses Davis Survey, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 26: October 31, 1811, Land Purchase, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 27: 1812, Taxpayer List, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 28: October 30, 1815, Land Purchase, Warren County, Tennessee

Fact 29: 1816, Territory Census, Monroe County, Mississippi Territory

Fact 30: 1819, Cherokee Land, Cherokee Nation, Alabama Territory

Fact 31: 1820, Cherokee Land, Cherokee Nation, Alabama

Fact 32: 1820, State Census, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 33: October 23, 1820, Land Purchase, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 34: February 22, 1822, Land Purchase (2), St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 35: 1830, U.S. Census, St. Clair County, Alabama


Notes for MARY ANN LEEPER:

Huntsville Land Office. Register of Receipts. 1820-1841;


October 23, 1820: William Brown, St. Clair County, Alabama. Section 30, Township 11, Range 5E.
Land Patent;
February 25, 1822: William Brown, St. Clair County, Alabama. Section 30, Township 11, Range 5E.

Huntsville Land Office. Register of Receipts. 1822-1841;


October 6, 1832: Mary Ann Brown, St. Clair County, Alabama. Section 30, Township 11, Range 5E.
Land Patent;
September 10, 1834: Mary A. Brown, St. Clair County, Alabama: SWNE, Section 30, Township 11, Range 5E.

THE "PREPONDERANCE OF EVIDENCE" RELATIVE TO MARY ANN LEEPER;


About 1764: Guian Leeper married Margaret Brown, daughter of Francis Brown, Augusta County, Virginia.
1779: Guian Leeper moved to Sullivan County, North Carolina (Tennessee).
About 1783: A portion of Sullivan County, North Carolina (Tennessee) became Hawkins County, North Carolina (Tennessee).
1783: Guian Leeper was living in Hawkins County, North Carolina (Tennessee), in the same time period as William Brown Jr. and 3rd.
About 1783: Mary Ann Leeper, daughter of Guian Leeper and sister of Jane Leeper, married William Brown-3rd, son of William Jr., Hawkins County, North Carolina (Tennessee).
About 1785: Jane Leeper, daughter of Guian Leeper married Felix Kennedy Brown, son of William Jr. and brother of William-3rd., Hawkins County, North Carolina (Tennessee).
About 1789: Mary Ann Leeper named a son, Guian Leeper Brown in honor of her father. State of Franklin, North Carolina (Tennessee).
About 1808: Mary Ann Brown, daughter of William-3rd, married Joseph Coker, son of William, White County, Tennessee.
About 1809: Guian Leeper Brown, son of William-3rd, married Catherine Coker, daughter of William, Warren County, Tennessee.
About 1809: William Brown-3rd and Wife Mary Ann named a son Felix Brown after William's brother Felix and Felix Kennedy.
1816: Alexander, Guian Leeper, David and William Brown-3rd families move to Monroe County, Mississippi Territory.
1816: Joseph Coker family moves to Monroe County, Mississippi Territory.
1818-1819: Francis Leeper, a defendant in Court asked for a deposition to be taken from Alexander Brown, who is in the Alabama Territory. Hawkins County, Tennessee.
1820: Alexander, Guian Leeper, David and William Brown-3rd appear on 1820 census, St. Clair County, Alabama.
October 23, 1820: William Brown-3rd Land Warrant, St. Clair County, Alabama. Section 30, Township 11, Range 5E.
February 22, 1822: William Brown-3rd Land Warrant, St. Clair County, Alabama. Section 30, Township 11, Range 5E.
October 23, 1823: William Brown-4th and wife Stacey named a son Guian Jasper Leeper Brown.
Before 1825: Mason Coker, son of William, moved to St. Clair County, Alabama.
September 25, 1825: Temperance Brown, daughter of William-3rd married Mason Coker, son of William, St. Clair County, Alabama.
1830: William Brown-3rd and family appear on 1830 census, St. Clair County, Alabama.
October 6, 1832: Mary Ann Brown registers husband William Brown-3rd land receipt, St Clair County, Alabama. Section 30, Township 11, Range 5E, for land purchased February 25, 1822. Receipt Registered at U.S. Land Office, Huntsville, Madison County, Alabama.
September 10, 1834: Mary A. Brown Land Warrant, St. Clair County, Alabama. Section 30, Township 11, Range 5E.
After 1834: No further record of Mary Ann (Leeper) Brown.
NOTES;
Leeper family researchers believe that Guian Leeper and Margaret Brown had at least 4 daughters: Jane, Mary, Elizabeth and Isabella.
Mary Ann Leeper had a brother named David. William Brown-3rd also had a brother named David.
In the 18th and 19th centuries, it was common for 2 or more siblings of one family to marry siblings of another family and this was well illustrated in the Brown, Leeper and Coker families.
More About MARY ANN LEEPER:

Fact 1: October 06, 1832, Land Receipt Registered, St. Clair County, Alabama

Fact 2: September 10, 1834, Land Patent, St. Clair County, Alabama

Children of WILLIAM BROWN-3RD and MARY LEEPER are:

17. i. DAVID9 BROWN, b. Bet. 1783 - 1784, Washington County, North Carolina; d. August 06, 1868, St. Clair Co., Alabama.

18. ii. WILLIAM BROWN-4TH, b. Abt. 1785, Washington County, North Carolina; d. Bet. January - June 1828, St. Clair Co., Alabama.

19. iii. ALEXANDER BROWN, b. Abt. 1787, State of Franklin, (North Carolina).

20. iv. GUIAN LEEPER BROWN, b. Abt. 1789, State of Franklin, (North Carolina); d. Bet. 1832 - 1839, On the Arkansas River, Pope Co., Arkansas.

21. v. MARY ANN BROWN, b. Abt. 1791, Territory South of The Ohio, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1817, Monroe Co., Mississippi Territory.

22. vi. THOMAS BROWN, b. Abt. 1793, Territory South of The Ohio, North Carolina; d. Bet. 1818 - 1819, St. Clair Co., Alabama.

23. vii. JAMES BROWN, b. Abt. 1796, Hawkins Co., Tennessee; d. Bet. 1837 - 1840, St. Clair Co., Alabama.

24. viii. ROBERT BROWN, b. Abt. 1798, Knox Co., Tennessee; d. Bet. 1860 - 1870, Marion Co., Arkansas.

25. ix. JOHN BROWN, b. Abt. 1800, Knox Co., Tennessee; d. 1830, St. Clair Co., Alabama.

26. x. SARAH (SALLY) BROWN, b. 1803, Roane Co., Tennessee; d. Abt. 1845, Winston Co., Mississippi.

xi. TEMPERANCE BROWN, b. Abt. 1805, Roane Co., Tennessee; m. MASON COKER, September 25, 1825, St. Clair Co., Alabama; b. Abt. 1793, North Carolina.

xii. FELIX BROWN, b. Abt. 1809, Warren Co., Tennessee; m. CHRISTIANNA MAY, February 23, 1831, St. Clair Co., Alabama; b. Abt. 1810, Georgia.

27. xiii. ELIZABETH BROWN, b. Abt. 1813, Warren Co., Tennessee.



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