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BROWN's at Fort Nashborough

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Re: BROWN's at Fort Nashborough

Mary (View posts)
Posted: 1 Oct 2002 5:20PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am not a Brown, but did a look-up on the name in early Ft Nashborough history....and the name Erwin jumped out at me.....

Brown, John.....A son of John Brown was killed by Indians in 1788, during an attack on Brown's Station, located on the west fork of Mill Creek....John Brown was killed by Indians near Holly Tree Gap, in what is now Williamson County, while locating a grant with Tenin and Grimmes....According to one source, he left a wife ____ ERWIN, and two children, and his widow afterwards married James Campbell.


so it seems there was an ERWIN family connected to the Browns of Ft Nashborough area.....maybe Erwin TN is named after them?

There was an Andrew ERVIN who arrived Ft Nashborough with the Donelson flotilla, April 24, 1780.

Mary
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Anonymous 19 Mar 2000 12:00PM GMT 
PATSY CLYMER 23 Sep 2002 6:05AM GMT 
SteveSchneide... 26 Sep 2002 3:02PM GMT 
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patsy clymer 26 Sep 2002 6:39PM GMT 
SteveSchneide... 26 Sep 2002 3:04PM GMT 
Mary 1 Oct 2002 11:20PM GMT 
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