Samuel Brown of Walsingham : his ancestors and descendants

by Don Anger, Norman Brown and Ben Rockney
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
Ottawa, Ontario : Anger, Brown and Rockney, 2002
198 p. : ill. (some col.), facsims., maps, ports.


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Samuel Brown was born 3 April 1756 in Dover, Dutchess, New York. His parents were Samuel Brown and Sarah Gould. He fought in the Revolutionary War. He married Hannah Marsh 2 January 1782 in Oxford, Massachusetts. They had three children and Hannah died in about 1788. He married again and had nine children. He married his third wife, Phoebe Coat Burdick, daughter of James Burdick and Phoebe Smith, in about 1805 in Walsingham Township, Ontario. They had four children. Phoebe was the widow of Joshua Hoy and had six children by him. Samuel died 25 August 1829 in Walsingham. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in England, Massachusetts, Ontario, Nova Scotia and Michigan.

Includes index.

Includes Browne, Abbott, Becker, Cope, Derby, Fick, Fonger, Ford, Franklin, Ketchabaw, Loop, McClish, Myers, Myles, Pickering, Secord, Trickett, Woodward and related families.

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