Sunday, June 12, 1994

Brown

Netheniel BROWN
B:
Bapt. Sep 1690Rowley, , Ma
D:
Jul 1770North Groton, New London, Conn
M:
11 Jul 1715
marries
Anna HAYNES
B:
3 Nov 1696Preston, Nrwich, Conn

Sex
Name
M
Comfort BROWN (AFN:851H-39)
Pedigree
Born:
4 Oct 1718
Place:
Groton, New London, Connecticut
Died:
Dec 1790
Place:
N Groton, New Longon, Connecticut
2.
Sex
Name
M
Nathaniel BROWN (AFN:2PVW-D0)
Pedigree
Born:
6 Jun 1716
Place:
Groton, N-Ln, Ct
Died:
Jul 1807
Place:
=================================
William AVERY
B:
19 Jun 1692Of, Stonington, New London, Connecticut
D:
8 Feb 1755, North Stonington, New London, Connecticut
M:
27 Mar 1715, Stonington, New London, Connecticut
marries
Anna RICHARDSON
B:
12 Nov 1688, Stonington, New London, Connecticut
D:
5 Jul 1727, Stonington, New London, Connecticut

Sex
Name
M
William AVERY (AFN:LJ4S-8S)
Pedigree
Born:
1724
Place:
Stonington, , Ct
Christened:
5 Apr 1724
Place:
First Church, Stonington, New London, Connecticut
2.
Sex
Name
M
Richardson AVERY (AFN:LJ4S-7M)
Pedigree
Born:
25 Jan 1718
Place:
, Stonington, New London, Connecticut
Christened:
25 May 1718
Place:
, Stonington, New London, Connecticut
Died:
3 Feb 1784
Place:
Wp
3.
Sex
Name
M
William AVERY (AFN:LJ4S-6G)
Pedigree
Born:
6 Feb 1716
Place:
, Stonington, New London, Connecticut
Died:
15 Feb 1717
Place:
, Stonington, New London, Connecticut
4.
Sex
Name
F
Anna AVERY (AFN:HG5Q-16)
Pedigree
Born:
5 Apr 1721
Place:
, Stonington, New London, Connecticut
Christened:
5 Apr 1721
Place:
, Stonington, New London, Connecticut
Died:
7 Feb 1803
Place:
, Stonington, New London, Connecticut
5.
Sex
Name
M
John AVERY (AFN:LJ4S-B5)
Pedigree
Born:
29 Apr 1729
Place:
, Stonington, New London, Connecticut
Died:
11 Sep 1815
Place:
, Stonington, New London, Connecticut
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Samuel PLUMB
B:
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children
Sex
Name
F
Sarah PLUMB (AFN:TDXB-5S)
Pedigree
Born:
10 Dec 1719
Place:
Of, Stonington, New London, Connecticut
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Richardson AVERY
B:
25 Jan 1718, Stonington, New London, Connecticut
D:
3 Feb 1784Wp
M:
3 Nov 1740Stonington, New London, Ct
marries
Sarah PLUMB
B:
10 Dec 1719Of, Stonington, New London, Connecticut

1.
Sex
Name
M
Richardson AVERY (AFN:TF0W-FP)
Pedigree
Born:
6 Oct 1742
Place:
, Stonington, New London, Connecticut
2.
Sex
Name
M
Samuel AVERY (AFN:TF0W-8T)
Pedigree
Born:
11 Feb 1741
Place:
Stonington, , Ct
Died:
26 Nov 1812
Place:
Preston, , Ct
3.
Sex
Name
F
Catherine AVERY (AFN:TF0Z-XK)
Pedigree
Born:
12 Feb 1754
Place:
Stonington, , Ct
4.
Sex
Name
F
Prudence AVERY (AFN:TDXB-BN)
Pedigree
Born:
13 May 1751
Place:
Stonington, , Ct
5.
Sex
Name
F
Elizabeth AVERY (AFN:TF0X-DN)
Pedigree
Born:
31 Jul 1756
Place:
Stonington, , Ct
6.
Sex
Name
F
Sarah AVERY (AFN:TF0Z-N6)
Pedigree
Born:
19 Aug 1747
Place:
Stonington, , Ct
Died:
Dec 1796
Place:
Wilkesbarre, , Pa
7.
Sex
Name
M
Christopher AVERY (AFN:TDXB-F6)
Pedigree
Born:
6 Nov 1758
Place:
Stonington, , Ct
Died:
3 May 1830
Place:
Sheshequin, , Pa
8.
Sex
Name
F
Anna AVERY (AFN:TF0W-VX)
Pedigree
Born:
18 Dec 1744
Place:
, Stonington, New London, Connecticut
Died:
24 Apr 1829
Place:
, Sheshequin, , Connecticut
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Comfort BROWN
B:
4 Oct 1718Groton, New London, Connecticut
D:
Dec 1790N Groton, New Longon, Connecticut
marries
Margery MORGAN
B:
26 Feb 1721Groton, New Longon, Connecticut

1.
Sex
Name
M
David BROWN (AFN:TF0Z-WD)
Pedigree
Born:
1748
Place:
Groton, New London, Connecticut
Died:
3 Feb 1836
Place:
Springfield Twp, Bradford, Pennsylvania
2.
Sex
Name
F
Margery BROWN (AFN:1880-082)
Pedigree
Born:
1777
Place:
Groton, New London, Connecticut
Died:
1784
Place:
3.
Sex
Name
M
Comfort BROWN (AFN:1880-098)
Pedigree
Born:
1746
Place:

Died:
17 Nov 1822
Place:
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David BROWN
B:
1748Groton, New London, Connecticut
D:
3 Feb 1836Springfield Twp, Bradford, Pennsylvania
M:
1768
marries
Catherine AVERY
B:
12 Feb 1754Stonington, , Ct


Sex
Name
M
Avery BROWN (AFN:1880-365)
Pedigree
Born:
1778
Place:

2.
Sex
Name
F
Betsey BROWN (AFN:1880-4KL)
Pedigree
Born:
1788
Place:
Massachusetts
Died:
6 Oct 1867
Place:
Buried:
Place:
Groton Rural Cem, Groton, New York
3.
Sex
Name
F
Annah BROWN (AFN:1880-3WH)
Pedigree
Born:
1790
Place:
Colrain, Franklin, Massachusetts
4.
Sex
Name
F
Polly BROWN (AFN:1880-43P)
Pedigree
Born:
9 May 1793
Place:
Colrain, Massachusetts
Died:
14 Mar 1860
Place:
5.
Sex
Name
M
Aden BROWN (AFN:1880-3DD)
Pedigree
Born:
Jul 1787
Place:
Massachusetts
Died:
30 Sep 1863
Place:
Bradford Co, Pennsylvania
Buried:
Place:
Grove Hill Cem
6.
Sex
Name
M
David BROWN (AFN:GPJP-6H)
Pedigree
Born:
14 Jul 1775
Place:
Of Hopewell, Loudon, Va.
Died:
23 Aug 1834
Place:
, Frederick, Va
Buried:
Place:
Groton Rural Cem, Groton, Thompkins, New York
7.
Sex
Name
F
Sally BROWN (AFN:1880-2Q9)
Pedigree
Born:
22 Jul 1776
Place:

8.
Sex
Name
F
Catherine BROWN (AFN:1880-1VX)
Pedigree
Born:
20 Dec 1770
Place:
Groton, Connecticut
Died:
20 Aug 1853
Place:
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David BROWN
B:
14 Jul 1775Of Hopewell, Loudon, Va.
D:
23 Aug 1834, Frederick, Va
M:
1805
marries
Lydia BROWN
B:
13 Apr 1784
D:
10 Feb 1817Groton, New London, Conecticut

.
Sex
Name
M
Asa Avery BROWN (AFN:187Z-XWP)
Pedigree
Born:
1806
Place:
Whitingham, Windham, Vermont
Died:
1 Feb 1879
Place:
Cookles, Stafford, Vermont
2.
Sex
Name
F
Emeline BROWN (AFN:187Z-ZDR)
Pedigree
Born:
5 Feb 1805
Place:
Massachusetts
Died:
30 Oct 1868
Place:
Groton, New York
3.
Sex
Name
M
Ruel BROWN (AFN:1880-594)
Pedigree
Born:
14 Feb 1817
Place:
Pennsylvania
Died:
1 Feb 1891
Place:
Athens Twp, Calhoun Co, Michigan
Buried:
Place:
Oakridge Cem, Athens, Michigan
4.
Sex
Name
M
William Harrison BROWN (AFN:1880-53V)
Pedigree
Born:
11 Apr 1814
Place:

5.
Sex
Name
F
Susan BROWN (AFN:1880-4S2)
Pedigree
Born:
7 Jul 1810
Place:
Whittingham, Vermont
6.
Sex
Name
M
BROWN (AFN:187Z-Z09)
Pedigree
Born:
16 Sep 1813
Place:

Died:
1 Oct 1813
Place:
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Benjamin EVANS
B:
<>
marries
Elizabeth SMITH
B:
<>

F
Sarah EVANS (AFN:187Z-XRV)
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Asa Avery BROWN
B:
1806Whitingham, Windham, Vermont
D:
1 Feb 1879Cookles, Stafford, Vermont
M:
1 Jan 1828Rome, Bedford, Vermont
Marries
Sarah EVANS
B:
12 Aug 1808Troy, Rensslaer, New York
D:
5 Mar 1890Arabia, Cherry, Nebraska

F
Rose Elizabeth BROWN (AFN:187Z-X55)
Pedigree
Born:
1851
Place:
Howard, Stuben, Wisconsin
Died:
1926
Place:
Quinnesec, Dickinson, Michigan
2.
Sex
Name
M
Ephrim M BROWN (AFN:187Z-X6C)
Pedigree
Born:
1829
Place:
Rome, Bedford, Pennsylvania
3.
Sex
Name
F
Living (AFN:187Z-X90)
Pedigree
4.
Sex
Name
F
Living (AFN:187Z-XB6)
Pedigree
5.
Sex
Name
F
Phoebe BROWN (AFN:1880-DQ1)
Pedigree
Born:
1842
Place:
Pennsylvania
6.
Sex
Name
M
David E BROWN (AFN:187Z-XS3)
Pedigree
Born:
1845
Place:
Pennsylvania
7.
Sex
Name
F
Emma BROWN (AFN:1880-F1T)
Pedigree
Born:
1847
Place:
New York
Buried:
Place:
Spaulding, Michigan
8.
Sex
Name
M
Aden BROWNE (AFN:1115-LZ0)
Pedigree
Born:
21 Oct 1849
Place:
Of Dundee, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin
Died:
13 Jan 1932
Place:
Buried:
Place:
Dundee, Fund Du Lac Co, Wisconsin
9.
Sex
Name
F
Lynda A BROWN (AFN:187Z-X7K)
Pedigree
Born:
8 Jun 1832
Place:
Pennsylvania
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Mollie BROWNE
B:
20 Aug 1880Dundee, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin
D:
7 Jan 1959Armstrong, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin

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DATE?
MURPHY, Hugh - BROWNE, Laura
DUNDEE
The marriage of Miss Laura Browne to Hugh Murphy of Knowles took place July 24th, at the church of the Sacred Heart, Rev. G.A. Haeusler performing the wedding ceremony. At 8:30 o'clock the bridal party entered the church, to the strains of "Bridal Bells March," played by Dan Calvey upon the violin, Miss Rose Skelton acted as his accompanist. The bride was attired in a gown of white fucine silk, wore a large picture hat and carried a bouquet of bride's roses. She was attended by her sister, Miss Crissy Browne, who wore a suit of blue chiffon de laine and carried pink carnations. The groom was attended by his brother P.H. Murphy of Oakfield. Marie Barber and Edyth Browne acted as flower girls, carrying large bouquets of red carnations and ferns. After the ceremony at the church a reception followed at the home of the brides parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Browne, at which the following people were entertained Messrs. and Mesdames P.H. Calvey of Fond du Lac, Thos. Fitzgerald, Dotyville, E. Bowen, M. Calvey, Dundee, Rev. G.A. and Miss Mary Haeusler and George Twohig, Armstrong, Miss Bid Kilcoyne and brother George, Miss Katie Murphy and brother Will of Milwaukee, P.H. Murphy of Oakfield, Mrs. Cecelia Calvey and sons Dan and Will, Miss Rose Skelton, Mitchell, Mrs. Ed. Calvey, North Fond du Lac, Tom Fuller, Mrs. Ellen Butler and son Thomas of Parnell.
Miss Browne was one of Fond du Lac county's most successful teachers having been engaged in that work for the past eight years and enjoys the esteem and respect of vast numbers of friends. Mr. Murphy is a young man of pleasing address and commands the liking and regard of his host of friends. He is manager of the stone and lime quarries at Knowles, where he has established a cosy (sic) home for his bride.


DATE? Mabel Brown
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Adon Brown of Dundee was made extremely sad Tuesday morning, Dec. 17th, when death summoned their beloved daughter Mabel to her eternal home. The immediate cause of death was pneumonia. After the Heavenly visitor had departed with the immortal Treasure in his keeping, faltering lips tried to muster courage to convey to ears, hopeful until then, one only message - that one of nature's noble woman had been called home. refinement, whose high character was (sic) Among all she ranked as a lady of (refinement, whose high character was) well known. There has passed out of this community and we deplore the loss, a true lady, upright, honorable as the good and brave are. She has been called with the Angels of God and when lonely hours make home lonesome, consider the fact she is before the throne of God to beseech Him to grant you courage and strength until we meet again at Heaven's gate.Surviving are her parents, four sisters, Mrs. George Twohig, Mrs. Frank Beggan, Mrs. John Pesch, Edith, a nurse at St. Joseph's hospital in Milwaukee; two brothers, Joe, at home and Clement at Camp Grant. The funeral took place Thursday from Sacred Heart church at Dundee (Sheboygan county) Rev. Father Schuerell of Armstrong reading the High Mass of Requiem.The pall bearers were Hugh Murphy, George Twohig, Frank Beggan, John Pesch, John Murray and Dr. T. J. Calvey.

18**? Adom Brown marries Mary Calvey


Children
Mary Brown b: 4 MAR 1878
Mollie E. Brown b: 20 AUG 1880
Anna Laura Brown b: 1 SEP 1882 in Dundee, Wisconsin
Christine Rose Brown b: 10 SEP 1885
Mabel Brown
Joseph Brown b: 15 AUG 1891
Evangeline Brown b: 14 JUN 1894
Edith V. Brown b: 4 JUN 1896
Clement A. Brown b: 15 SEP 1898

1863 Tom Heratys Diary -
Oct. 12
Mon
Went to Mrs. Brown's in the a.m. to hire Aden.

1864 Tom Heraty's Diary
Oct. 30
Sun
Mass at Mitchell with team -- No Mass. Mrs. Loyde dined at our house. Geo. Phalin got married. (Married Emma Brown, daughter of Asa Avery Brown and Sarah Evans. - F.S.)

1869 Tom Heratys Diary
Feb. 28
Sun
Clear, cool, went to mass at Osceola with team and sleigh. Dave Brown killed his horse.

1871 Thomas Hearty's Diary
July 2
Sun
Hired Dave Brown. Gave Manly $1.00 for Reilly.

Oct. 25
Wed
Paid D. Brown $5.50 on threshing bill. Cattle buyer here in the p.m. Connell sold sheep at $3.12 per head.

Nov. 4
Sat
Pd. D. Brown 75 cents in full for threshing bill.

1876 Tom Heraty's Diary
Nov. 1
Wed
Michael Mugan died this a.m. Mary Calvey and Adon Brown called to be married.

Nov. 8
Wed
Mary Calvey and Adam (?) Brown married

1880 Tom Heraty's Diary
June 13
Sun
Attended two funerals today. Old Mrs. Quinn ? and Brown's child, who died from scalding. Went with Mona in the evening to see Mr. and Mrs. Daley.

1887 - Tom Heratys Diary
July 8
Fri
At 1 ½ p.m. I went to Dick Phalen's to see binder. I told Brown to bring one down in the morning.
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July 9
Sat
Adon Brown came along this morning with binder. He and his man at setting it up till 3 ½ p.m.
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July 11
Mon
Adon Brown and his man came along in the a.m. Started binding in winter wheat. Binder worked finely. Cut 5 acres before night.

July 19
Tue
Adon Brown and _____ _____ came in the a.m. Settled with them for binder.

Nov. 20
Sun
Chicken raffle at Connell's in the night. Adon Brown called in the p.m. and disputed about terms of binder sale.

1888 Tom Heraty's diary

Jan. 8
Sun
Paid Aden Brown $30.00 on binder notes and $8.00 on twine in full, in presence of Pat Murray, Sr. Murray rode with me to Geraty's. I stopped in to see Pat Geraty. He looked much worse. His days are numbered. Saw parties about post office petition. The Crosby's and P. Murphy refused to sign.

1890 Tom Heraty's Diary
Sept. 25
Thur
The Brown factory at Dundee burned down. Another incendiary job.

1894 Tom Heraty's Diary
June 5
Tue
This is the 48th Anniversary of the sailing of our family from Liverpool for America on the good ship Manchester of Cork, Captain Brown and arrived Quebec 5 weeks and 3 days after.

1900 Tom Heraty's Diary -
Nov. 30
Fri
John Murray came along at 10 a.m. and went with him to Dundee and made out mortgage release from Mrs. McGinty to Adon Brown and wife for $1,000.00. Murray came home with me as far as Kilcoin's corner and I walked home.

1909 Nov 17 Mrs. Hugh (Anna Browne) Murphy
The funeral services of the late Mrs. Hugh Murphy (nee Anna Browne) was conducted Wednesday morning, Nov. 17, at 10:30 o'clock from the church of the Sacred Heart at Dundee. The church was filled with relatives and friends, who had come to pay their last respects to the departed one.
The Rev. G.A. Haeusler said the funeral mass and gave the funeral sermon. The musical service was rendered by the choir of the Osceola church.
The pall bearers were the Messrs. Harry Bowen, Will Calvey, Jos. Vandigrind, Mike O'Brien, Tom Fuller and George Kilcoyne. The remains were laid at rest in the cemetery adjoining the church, a short service being conducted at the grave in accordance with the regular custom of the Catholic church.
Mrs. Murphy is survived by her husband and one little daughter May, aged eighteen months, also by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Browne, of Dundee, five sisters, Mrs. George Twohig, of Armstrong and the Misses Chrissie, Mabel, Eva and Edith and two brothers, Joseph and Clement all of Dundee, and numerous friends and relatives, who will mourn her early demise.
The numerous floral offerings were very beautiful.
Mrs. Murphy was born Sept. 1, 1882 in Dundee, where she spent her childhood and girlhood days. During the years of 1900 and 1901 she was a student of the Oshkosh Normal. She was well known as a teacher in the schools of Fond du Lac and Sheboygan counties, having taught for eight years. She was married July 24, 1907 to Hugh Murphy of Knowles, Dodge county. They have since resided there, where Mr. Murphy occupies the position of foreman in the quarry works.
She was a devout Christian and nothing pleased her more then to do some kind deed for those in grief or less fortunate in life. In her death her husband has lost a devoted wife, her parents, a fond and loving daughter and the community a noble Christian soul.


1915 Jun 10
HENRY BROWN Henry Brown, aged 85 years, died Monday evening at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ellen Parret, near Spencer in Clark county. Deceased was born in Ohio in 1830, and when eighteen years of age, he came to this vicinity, locating on a farm, on what is now the Dundee road. During the last 20 years he has made Clark county his home, spending the declining years with his children. He is survived by three sons, Charles of Spencer, Marvin and Frank of Wibee Island, Washington; two daughters, Mrs. Ellen Parret and Mrs. Minnie Hebert both residing near Spencer. The remains were brought here Wednesday afternoon at 2:20 o'clock on a Northwestern train and were taken from the depot to the Baptist church, where Rev. J. W. Taylor conducted the funeral services. Interment was held at the Union cemetery.

1918 Apr 11
Campbellsport News, April 11, 1918
MANY HONOR PEARSON BROWNBEAUTIFUL MEMORIAL SERVICES HELD AT OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The New Opera house was taxed to its utmost capacity last Saturday afternoon, by the large crowd who gathered to pay tribute to the memory of the late Pearson L. Brown, the first Campbellsport boy to give his life in France for his country. The relatives and friends of the dead boy gathered at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Brown at 1:30 o'clock and marched to the opera house. The procession was lead by Rev. W. J. Taylor, pastor of the Baptist church, and his wife, followed by the sorrowing relatives and near friends of the deceased. Representatives of the Kewaskum and Campbellsport High Schools, flower bearers, the Campbellsport Volunteer Fire Department, members of Camp No. 5179, M. W. A., and a large number of friends and acquaintances were next in line. Eight of his classmates of the Campbellsport High School carried a bier ladened with flowers which was placed on a large stand in front of the stage in the opera house, the other floral offerings were arranged at the foot of the stand surrounding a picture of the deceased. A large American flag, formed entirely of flowers, was the offering of the M. W. A. Camp No. 5179, while the local Fire Department placed a broken wheel of roses beside the picture of their departed member. Rev. J. W. Taylor, of the Baptist Church, had charge of the services, while Mrs. Alfred Van De Zande was organist and Miss Gretchen Paas choir director.

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