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Moses Brown, 1880 census, 61, b NC, in Daviess Co., MO

Moses Brown, 1880 census, 61, b NC, in Daviess Co., MO

Beverly Brown Turnmire (View posts)
Posted: 6 Oct 2004 1:46PM GMT
Classification: Query
Moses, b 1819 NC, parents b NC
Elizabeth, b 1821 NC, parents b NC
Oliver T., son, age 20, MO
Missouri A., dau, 17, MO

Familiar family names....may be connected. Would appreciate any info.
TIA,
Beverly

Re: Moses Brown, 1880 census, 61, b NC, in Daviess Co., MO

Posted: 9 Nov 2004 2:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
I have a great amount of infomation on this Moses Brown. Please email me and let me know exactly what you need. I have a list of his children and their spouses, his brothers and sisters and his parents.

Re: Moses Brown, 1880 census, 61, b NC, in Daviess Co., MO

Joan Case (View posts)
Posted: 10 Nov 2004 4:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Brown Hadley
Moses Brown and Elizabeth Hadley are my 3 rd ggranparents. I have a large data base on their descendants and ancestors plus web sites, if these are your ancestors.

Re: Moses Brown, 1880 census, 61, b NC, in Daviess Co., MO

Beverly Brown Turnmire (View posts)
Posted: 11 Nov 2004 3:22AM GMT
Classification: Query
When I did a search on this line, I was unable to make a connection, although there may be one........I just can't find it!

GGG Moses Brown, according to 1850 census, Morgan Co., KY, (Only census I found for him, as he d in 1856), Moses
was b 1783, Mass.
He had 10 children, all b VA, and known by his recorded will.
He came to KY from Grayson Co., VA.....as best I can figure,
and Grayson Co is close to NC border....children all married,
and some took off for new territory.
My GG, Isaac, stayed in KY, m Mary Ann "Polly" Adkins.
My G, William, relocated to OH, m Juliann Akers. They
named their first born son, Oliver Tilton Brown (b 1877).
Oliver m a cousin, Minerva Susan Brown, and named their
first son, Lewis Wetzel Brown, and first dau, (who died young), Missouri Brown.
My grandfather was Nathan Brown, brother to Oliver, and he
married Annie Bell Lee. They named their first born son,
Oliver Tilden Brown.
Oliver is an unusual name for my Browns, as is Missouri....
There are several Moses Browns in the line.

Just can't figure out the naming pattern, and when I found
a Moses Brown with the same naming pattern, I had hope
to connect.

Thank you for your response. I will continue "digging" in
this branch, and explore NC connections..................
Who knows? With a surname like "Brown", anything is
possible.
Happy Trails,
Beverly

Re: Moses Brown, 1880 census, 61, b NC, in Daviess Co., MO

Joan Case (View posts)
Posted: 11 Nov 2004 4:17PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Brown Hadley
Your Brown's are not the same line as mine. Mine were Quakers -- From England to Penna, VA, NC, Ohio, Indiana and Missouri. The followed the Quaker migration.

Re: Moses Brown, 1880 census, 61, b NC, in Daviess Co., MO

Beverly Brown Turnmire (View posts)
Posted: 11 Nov 2004 10:49PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thanks Joan,
I had just abt decided they weren't connected.
Guess I'm off to another trail....sigh!
Browns are not the easiest of lines to track, are they?
Happy Hunting,
Beverly
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