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Mary Deas Brown, b. 1762
Posted by: Sheila Gibson (ID *****9468) Date: April 03, 2003 at 09:06:38
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(This list is an index of the people mentioned in the record called “SOUTH CAROLINA SERVICE OF ARCHIBALD BROWN AND MARY W21704.”
(Transcription of the record follows the index.)
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Anna Caroline Brown
(Capt) Archibald (Archd) Brown (b. 1752)
Archibald Brown (b. 1795)
Elizabeth (Eliza) Allen Brown
John Deas Brown
Mary Deas Brown
Robert Brown
C D Deas (brother of Mary)
John Deas
J Deas (brother of Mary)
Mary Deas (or Mrs. Mary Brown)
Rev Edward Ellington
Susanna Hall
Joseph Righton
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SOUTH CAROLINA SERVICE OF ARCHIBALD BROWN AND MARY W21704.
DECLARATION was made in Charlestown South Carolina May 24 1840 by the widow and her claim was allowed. She was born June 19 1762, soldier was born Jan 9, 1752. He married Aug 17 1780 at Parrish of St James Goose Creek, Mary daughter of John Deas and died December 14 1797. Children were Robert Born 12 1781, Elizabeth Allen born March 17 1784, Anna Caroline born Dec 23 1786, Mary Deas born April 26 1789, John Deas, born July 13 1793, Archibald born Nov 7 1795.
Affidavit in Charleston District South Carolina by Joseph Righton 1840 states he well knew Captain Archibald Brown at the commencement of the Revolution and during the whole time it lasted. Capt Brown first held rank of Lieut and was at the surrender of Charleston, Capt of one of the light infantry companies in the city. He served at the commencement 1779 about about [sic] 1st Jan of that year, “I was in service along with Capt Brown and in engagement we had with the enemy at Bufort in February. Capt, then Lieut Brown was wounded.
Affidavit made in Charleston South Carolina 1840 by J. Deas age 72, and a brother of Mrs. Mary Brown, widow of Archibald Brown of formerly of Charleston S C decd; states he was present at their marriage; that they were married at house of his father John Deas in the Parish of St James Goose creek Aug 1780 by Rev Edward Ellington.
Also addidavit [sic] of C D Deas 1840 in Charleston S C stating he is brother of Mrs Archibald Brown; AFFIDAVIT OF SUSANNA HAL [sic] HALL 1840 in some place.
MARY BROWN FILED THE FOLLOWING FAMILY RECORDS: ARCHIBALD BROWN BORN JAN 1752; Mary Deas born June 19 1762 Archd Brown and Mary Deas married 17 Aug 1780 Robert Brown their son born 23 Dec 1781; Eliza Allen Brown born March 17 1784; Anna Caroline Brown born 23 Dec 1786 Mary Deas Brown born Apr 26 1789; JOHN DEAS BROWN BORN JULY 13 1793, and Archibald Brown born Nov 7 1795.
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Transcribed by Sheila Gibson (s2gibso@yahoo.com) from DAR SC Pension Records, FHL 855233 P1., 2 Apr 2003.





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