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Re: Mary Ann Riggs Brown of Des Moines Co., Iowa
Posted by: jc (ID *****5058) Date: July 07, 2009 at 00:42:33
In Reply to: Mary Ann Riggs Brown of Des Moines Co., Iowa by Mary Kuhfittig of 4090

I am not related, just sharing.

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jhenderson742&id=I44607
ID: I44607
Name: Mary Ann Riggs 1 2 3 4 5
Sex: F
Birth: 1820 in Ohio 6 7 8 9
Census: 1860 New London, Henry County, Iowa 10
Death: 10 SEP 1879 in New London, Henry County, Iowa 11 12
Census: 1850 New London, Henry County, Iowa 13
Census: 1870 New London, Henry County, Iowa 14
Note:
1850 Federal Census, New London, Henry County, Iowa

Name: Mary Brown
Age: 30
Estimated birth year: abt 1820
Birth place: Indiana
Gender: Female
Home in 1850
(City,County,State): New London, Henry, Iowa
Page: 170
Roll: M432_184

Mary, 30, female, born in Indiana
___________________________________________________________________

1860 Federal Census, New London, Henry County, Iowa

Name: Mary Brown
Age in 1860: 39
Birthplace: Ohio
Home in 1860: New London, Henry, Iowa
Gender: Female
Value of real estate: View image
Roll: M653_324
Page: 0
Year: 1860
Head of Household: Thos Brown
Household

Mary, 39, female, born in Ohio
____________________________________________________________
1870 Federal Census, New London, Henry County, Iowa

Name: Mary Brown
Age in 1870: 49
Estimated Birth Year: 1820
Birthplace: Ohio
Home in 1870: New London, Henry, Iowa
Race: White
Gender: Female
Value of real estate: View Image
Post Office: Mount Pleasant
Roll: M593_395
Page: 284
Image: 570
Year: 1870

Mary, 49, female, white, keeping house, widowed, 8000 r.e; 200 p.e; born in Ohio
_______________________________________________________________
Snail Mail from Cindy Chambers

Des Moines County Courthouse
Burlington, Iowa

Marriage Record Book 1, Page 54

#155 Thomas Brown to Mary Ann Riggs
25 March 1839
_______________________________________________________________
Estate of Mary Brown (copy sent by Cindy Chambers)

The (looks like Qudebled) nots of each heir to said estate

Jacob Rodebush
Do
To Aunt an rate of Oct 8, 1877 102.66
" " June 1, 1879 66.80
" " Feb 2, 1875 12.57
______
188.03

Syrus Brown
Do

To Aunt an note of March 9, 1878 30.04
" " Sep 1, 1878 103.20
" "2- Sale notes 128.44
____________
261. 83

W.F. Walter
Do
To Aunt an rate of Feb 3, 1878 95.59

James Rodgers
Do To Aunt Sale an note of Oct 53.99

Wilson Brown

Do To Aunt of Sale Notes (2) 85.64
___________________________________________________________________


Marriage 1 Thomas Brown Jr. b: BET 1791 AND 1811 in Tennessee
Married: 25 MAR 1839 in Des Moines County, Iowa 15
Note:
Snail Mail from Cindy Chambers

Des Moines County Courthouse
Burlington, Iowa

Marriage Record Book 1, Page 54

#155 Thomas Brown to Mary Ann Riggs
25 March 1839
___________________________________________________________________
Children
Robert Brown b: 1840 in Iowa
Martha Ellen Brown b: 1842 in Iowa
John Brown b: 1850 in Iowa
Ann Eliza Brown b: 1853 in Iowa
Cyrus Brown b: 1856 in Iowa
Wilson Thompson Brown b: 1859 in Iowa
Harriet Brown b: 1862 in Iowa
Andrew Morgan Brown b: 1846 in New London, Henry County, Iowa

Sources:
Title: 1860 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa
Note:
1860 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: Mary
Title: 1870 Federal Census, Nephi, Juab County, Utah
Note:
1870 Federal Census, Nephi, Juab County, Utah, Source Medium: Electronic
.
Page: notes
Text: Mary Brown
Title: 1850 Federal Census, New London, Henry County, Iowa
Note:
1850 Federal Census, New London, Henry County, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: Mary Brown
Title: Heirs of Thomas Brown Jr. sent by Cindy Chambers
Note:
Heirs of Thomas Brown Jr. sent by Cindy Chambers.
Page: Thomas notes
Text: Mary
Title: Marriage Record Book 1, Page 54, Des Moines County Courthouse, Burlington, Iowa
Note:
Marriage Record Book 1, Page 54, Des Moines County Courthouse, Burlington, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: Mary Ann Riggs
Title: 1860 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa
Note:
1860 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: Age: 39 Est. B.D: 1820 B.P: OH
Title: 1870 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa
Note:
1870 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: Age: 49 Est. B.D: 1820 B.P: IA
Title: 1850 Federal Census, New London, Henry County, Iowa
Note:
1850 Federal Census, New London, Henry County, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: Age: 30 Est. B.D: 1820 B.P: IN (?)
Title: Heirs of Thomas Brown Jr. sent by Cindy Chambers
Note:
Heirs of Thomas Brown Jr. sent by Cindy Chambers.
Page: notes
Text: Age: 44
Title: 1860 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa
Note:
1860 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: Mary, 39, white, female, b. in OH
Title: Betty Kienlen Whorton
Note:
Betty Kienlen Whorton, Source Medium: Book
.
Page: notes
Text: 10 Sept 1879 New London, Henry, IA Age: 53 years 1 month 28 days
Title: Henry County Iowa Cemeteries; New London Township; Brooks, Farlow and Ferrell
Note:
Henry County Iowa Cemeteries; New London Township; Brooks, Farlow and Ferrell.
Page: Page 6
Text: 1879
Title: 1850 Federal Census, New London, Henry County, Iowa
Note:
1850 Federal Census, New London, Henry County, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: Mary, 30, female, born in Indiana
Title: 1870 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa
Note:
1870 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: Mary, 49, female, white, keeping house, 8000 real estate, 200 personal, b. in OH appears to be the head of the household.
Title: Marriage Record Book 1, Page 54, Des Moines County Courthouse, Burlington, Iowa
Note:
Marriage Record Book 1, Page 54, Des Moines County Courthouse, Burlington, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: #155 Thomas Brown to Mary Ann Riggs 25 March 1839
###############################
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jhenderson742&id=I44606
ID: I44606
Name: Thomas Brown Jr. 1 2 3 4
Sex: M
Birth: BET 1791 AND 1811 in Tennessee 5 6 7
Census: 1860 New London, Henry County, Iowa 8
Occupation: Farmer 1860 9
Event: Owned 2 Tracts of land, one in section 28 and the other in section 21 10
Event: Guardian 29 APR 1840 George Washington Brown 11
Death: 05 APR 1865 in New London, Henry County, Iowa 12
Census: 1840 New London, Henry County, Iowa 13
Note:
1840 Federal Census, Henry County, Iowa Territory
(Copy sent by Cindy Chambers; Brown section of Wharton notebook)

Thomas Brown Jr. 1 male, 20 to 40, one female, 18 to 30
____________________________________________________________________

1850 Federal Census, New London, Henry County, Iowa

Thomas Brown, 40, male, farmer, 2000, born in Tennessee
_____________________________________________________________

1860 Federal Census, New London, Henry County, Iowa

Name: Thos Brown
Age in 1860: 49
Birthplace: Tennessee
Home in 1860: New London, Henry, Iowa
Gender: Male
Value of real estate: View image
Roll: M653_324
Page: 0
Year: 1860
Head of Household: Thos Brown
Household

Thomas Brown, 49, male, farmer, born in Tennessee, real estate=6000, personal, 2000, born in Tennessee
______________________________________________________________
1854 Iowa Census

Brown, Thomas, Henry County, New London, Iowa
_______________________________________________________________
Snail Mail from Cindy Chambers

Des Moines County Courthouse
Burlington, Iowa

Marriage Record Book 1, Page 54

#155 Thomas Brown to Mary Ann Riggs
25 March 1839
___________________________________________________________________
Henry County Iowa Cemeteries, New London Township, Brooks, Farlow & Ferrell
Pg. 6
Row 16
Brown, Thomas, 1791-1865, 54 years
____________________________________________________________
E-mail from CIndy Chambers
1 July 2005

Also, the Thomas Brown you have buried in Row 16, Brooks cemetery who died 5 Apr 1865 is Thomas Brown, Jr., brother of David Brown, not son, according to our records. ___________________________________________________
The First Landowners of New London Township
The New London Journal Centenniel; 1870-1975, Page 29
I also have a Map showing tracts of land in New London Township

Thomas owned 2 tracts of land, one in section 21 and one in section 28.
______________________________________________________________________
The First Voters
The New London Journal Centenniel, 1870-1975, Page 30

Thomas is listed as one of the first voters in New London.
___________________________________________________________________
Will of Thomas Brown, Jr. (Printing and writing very hard to read0

In the name of God, Amen. I received T. Brown of the Township of New London, the county of Henry and the state of Iowa., knowing his sum of ___10/00 earn ___1,200, next unreadable, man Printers Fees h, $4.00h publish and declare this to be my last will and testament that is to say that after all my lawful debts are paid and discharged ____ ___ _____ of my estate _______ _____ personal I give and bequeath and dispose of as follows to witt, to my beloved wife Mary Brown the lands and apporchments situated therein known desirted as the cash _____ the south west quarter of __________

______________________________________________________________
GW Brown Minor Bond
Filed and recorded
in book "B" Page 118
this 29th day of April 1845.
A.M. Kinney
Judge of Probate

Know all men by this presents that one Thomas Brown and Simeon Smead of the county of Henry and Territory of Iowa are held and firmly bound unto the people of the Territory of Iowa for the use of Gerorge Washington Bronw son and heir at law of George Brown died of the state of Indiana in the penal matter (&5 year died) lawful money of the United States for which payment well and truly to be made or performed we and each of us do bind ourselves our heirs, executors adiminstators, and alligned jointly, seven ally annd firmly by these presents witness our hands and seals this 29th day of April A.D. 1845

The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above bond Thomas Brown who had been appointed guardian for George Washington Brown, shall faithfully discharge the office and trust of such guardian according to law and shall render a fair and just accounty of his said guardianship to the court of Probate for the county of Henry , from time to time, and he shall tereto be required by said court, and comply with all orders of said court, lawfully made selective to the goods, chattel, and moneys of such minor and neither pay to such minor all moneys, goods and chattels tile papers and effects, which may come to the hands or possession of such guardian, belongin to such minor when such minor shall thereto be instilled, or to any subsequent guardian. Should such court so direct., this obligation shall be void or otherwise to remain in full force and virtue,

This bond examined and appointed signed by Thomas Brown (seal)
by me, April 29, 1840 Simeon Smead (seal)

A.M. Kinney,
Judge of Probate
___________________________________________________________________
The New London Journal Centenniel; 1870-1975, Page 193

Picture of brick house with porch

This is the "middle brick" home of theree very old brick houses west of New London on Highway 34. The east one burned down some years ago and the west one, now owned by James Crebill, is being replaced by a new home.The pictured house has been standing empty for perhaps fifteen years, and is part of the H.J. Nugen property designated for support of the H.J. Nugent Public Library. The three brick homes were owned and probably built by the three Brown brothers, Thomas, David and James, who homesteaded 80 acres each by 1840. Thomas owned the west house, David the middle, and James, the east house, according to the 1859 map with Charles Nugen owning land west of the Brown tracts, and David Nugen owning land in the north. By about 1860 or 1865, David Nugen also owned the middle Brown tract, and the David Nugen family lived in this house during the years their children were growing up. This is probablyone of the houses Paul Brink spoke of as having been built of bricks hand made on the site.

Heirs of Thomas Brown, Jr. (from the Henry County Courthouse, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, Probate Box #5) (sent by CIndy Chambers, 14 July 2005

Age
44 Mary (widow)
19 Martha Eillen Watson
18 Andrew Morgan Brown
14 Ann Eliza Brown
9 Wilson Thompson Brown
6 Harriet Brown
3 Cyrus Brown
______________________________________________________________________
.History of Des Moines County and the People, Aufrobus, Volume 1, Page 550

In addition to the names of those already given we call to mind the following named presons, who came to Pleasant Grove Township, during the territorial times.
Thomas Brown, James Brown, and David Brown are all listed
_____________________________________________________________________






Father: THOMAS BROWN SR. b: 1770 in Tennessee
Mother: MARTHA

Marriage 1 Mary Ann Riggs b: 1820 in Ohio
Married: 25 MAR 1839 in Des Moines County, Iowa 14
Note:
Snail Mail from Cindy Chambers

Des Moines County Courthouse
Burlington, Iowa

Marriage Record Book 1, Page 54

#155 Thomas Brown to Mary Ann Riggs
25 March 1839
___________________________________________________________________
Children
Robert Brown b: 1840 in Iowa
Martha Ellen Brown b: 1842 in Iowa
John Brown b: 1850 in Iowa
Ann Eliza Brown b: 1853 in Iowa
Cyrus Brown b: 1856 in Iowa
Wilson Thompson Brown b: 1859 in Iowa
Harriet Brown b: 1862 in Iowa
Andrew Morgan Brown b: 1846 in New London, Henry County, Iowa

Sources:
Title: 1850 Federal Census, New London, Henry County, Iowa
Note:
1850 Federal Census, New London, Henry County, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: Thomas Brown
Title: 1860 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa
Note:
1860 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: Thomas Brown Judi`s 3rd gr granduncle
Title: Will of Thomas Brown Sr., Probated 8 April 1842
Note:
Will of Thomas Brown Sr., Probated 8 April 1842.
Page: Thomas Sr. notes
Text: my son, Thomas Brown, Jr.
Title: Marriage Record Book 1, Page 54, Des Moines County Courthouse, Burlington, Iowa
Note:
Marriage Record Book 1, Page 54, Des Moines County Courthouse, Burlington, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: Thomas Brown
Title: 1860 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa
Note:
1860 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: Age: 49 Est. B.D: 1811 B.P: TN
Title: Henry County Iowa Cemeteries, New London Township, Brooks, Farlow & Ferrell
Note:
Henry County Iowa Cemeteries, New London Township, Brooks, Farlow & Ferrell.
Page: Pg. 6
Text: 1791
Title: 1850 Federal Census, New London, Henry County, Iowa
Note:
1850 Federal Census, New London, Henry County, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: Age: 40 Est. B.D: 1810 B.P: TN
Title: 1860 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa
Note:
1860 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: Thomas, 49, white, male, farmer, 6000 r.e., 2000 pe, b. in TENN
Title: 1860 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa
Note:
1860 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: Farmer
Title: The New London Journal Centenniel 1870-1975
Note:
The New London Journal Centenniel 1870-1975.
Page: notes
Text: Thomas owned Tracts of Land in Sections 21 and 28
Title: GW Brown Minor Bond sent by Cindy Chambers
Note:
GW Brown Minor Bond sent by Cindy Chambers.
Page: notes
Text: Thomas and Simeon Snead were George Washington Brown`s guardians
Title: 1870 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa
Note:
1870 Federal Census, New London Township, Henry County, Iowa.
Page: Mary notes
Text: Wife Mary listed as widow and head of household
Title: 1840 Federal Census, Henry County, Iowa Territory
Note:
1840 Federal Census, Henry County, Iowa Territory.
Page: notes
Text: Thomas Brown Jr. 1 male, 20 to 40, one female, 18 to 30
Title: Marriage Record Book 1, Page 54, Des Moines County Courthouse, Burlington, Iowa
Note:
Marriage Record Book 1, Page 54, Des Moines County Courthouse, Burlington, Iowa.
Page: notes
Text: #155 Thomas Brown to Mary Ann Riggs 25 March 1839
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jhenderson742&id=I44621

ID: I44621
Name: THOMAS BROWN SR. 1 2
Sex: M
Birth: 1770 in Tennessee 3
Census: 1840 Henry County, Iowa Territory 4
Probate: 08 APR 1842 Will of Thomas Brown 5
Will: 09 JUN 1841 Thomas Brown 6
Death: BEF 08 APR 1842 in New London, Henry County, Iowa 7 8
Note:
E-mail from Cindy Chambers; cindybob74@yahoo.com
1 July 2005
Hello,
I am currently researching Brooks Cemetery in New London Township, Henry County, Iowa with my cousin. I am tied or related to most of the people buried there as I am descended from these families?Prier, Willey, Brown, See, etc. I saw your information on the internet and would like to offer you some of my research.
Brooks Cemetery in Section 28 of New London Township, Henry County, Iowa actually is part of two separate quarter sections and had its beginning on two separate properties.
Half of the cemetery is about 1/2 acre in the North West corner of the East half of the South West quarter of Section 28. This half is on your right as you stand at the big gate in the center of the cemetery. The land patent is in the name of John Williamson Talley (or Tally). (Misc. Book 174, page 558, Henry County Courthouse, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa)
The oldest stone in the cemetery is for his grandchild. He stipulated in the deed when he sold the property that that portion had been given for a burying ground. (Deed Book O, page 253, Henry County Courthouse, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa)

The second half of the cemetery is the South West corner of the East half of the North West quarter of section 28, the half on the right from the big gate in the center of the cemetery. The original land patent is in the name of Thomas Brown. (Book 1, page 52, Henry County Courthouse, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa) I believe that Thomas Brown, Sr. gave that half for a burying ground since there were burials there when his son owned the land and I believe Thomas Brown, Sr. is buried there.

I have a copy of the will of this Thomas Brown who didn't own the land very long before he died. Below is a transcription of this will
(Filed in the Henry County Courthouse, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, Probable box #9)

Last Will & Testament
of
Thomas Brown
Filed & Recorded 8 April
1842 Book A page

E. Killpatrick Judge
of Probate

Territory of Iowa }

Henry County Sct }

Be it remembered that on the 8th day of April A.D. 1842 Daniel Smead & John P. Finley two of the Subscribing witnesses to the within will appeared before the court of probate for said County and after being duly sworn on their oaths depose & say that they were present & saw the within named Thomas Brown affix his mark to the within will & that the same was signed in the presence of the said Thomas Brown for him and at his request for him and that they the said witnesses subscribed the same as witnesses at in his presence & at his request - that the said Thomas Brown was of sound mind & memory at the time of the Signing the Same

Given under my hand the date above written

E. Killpatrick Judge

of Probate

Will of Thomas Brown[1] (transcribed)
In the name of God Amen. I Thomas Brown of the Township of New London, Henry County, Iowa Territory being weak in body but of sound and perfect mind and memory, Blessed be Almighty God for the same, do make and publish this my last will and testament in the manner and form following that is to say. I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Martha Brown all my household furniture. I do also give and bequeath unto my eldest son James Twenty dollars I do also give and bequeath unto my son David Twenty dollars I also give and bequeath unto my son James my son David my son Thomas Junior my daughter Rebecca my daughter Sarah my daughter Catherine and my Grand son George Washington Brown all the rest residue and balance of my personal estate which I may have remaining unto me at my decease to be equally divided among my several above mentioned heirs. I Further give and devise unto my son Thomas all that certain messuage (?) as tenement situate lying and being in the Township of New London County of Henry, Iowa Territory, known as being the east half of the North west quarter of section twenty eight in Township seventy one North Range Five west. I do also hereby order that the several Legacies and sums of money shall be paid to the said respective Legatees within one year from and after my and my wife Martha's decease. I do further hereby appoint Simeon Smead my sole executor for this my last will and Testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me made.

In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal this twenty ninth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty one.

Signed sealed published and delivered

by the above named Thomas Brown his

to be his last will and testament in Thomas X Brown

the presence of us who have here untomark

subscribed our names as witnesses in

the presence of the Testator

Simeon Smead

___________________________________________________________________

E-mail from CIndy
2 July 2005

Back before 1840, Thomas Brown (17??-1841 or 2) and his wife, Martha came to the New London area along with his 3 sons....James, David, and Thomas, Jr. (1840 census) These three sons were also in the 1850 census; James at 45 years, David at 44 years, and Thomas Jr. at 40 years. (I will send copies of the census pages) You have the father of these three men as Frank but I have the will of Thomas Sr., the father.

Thomas Sr. dies in 1841 or 1842. His patent for his land is dated December 1, 1841. I assume that he is already dead then or sick and dying. I will send a copy of his will and also his son, Thomas Jr.'s and whatever else I have. I am not really researching the family so much as I am researching the cemetery they are buried in. Thomas E. Brown is the son of David Brown not Thomas Sr. I have a list of Sarah's heirs and I will make a copy of her will next time I am at the courthouse. (probably Wednesday). As I said, I will make copies next week at Staples since some of them are legal size and will mail them to you. Any information you can contribute about Brooks cemetery will be greatly appreciated. My cousin and I are putting a book in the Dover Museum about the cemetery. We will make the book updatable so that we can add any new information by just printing out a page. I would be glad to send you a copy. There was also a son named George who was married to Marsilla Brooks in Indiana and died there. Thomas Sr. names the son of George in his will. I have his guardianship papers.

I am descended from a Brown from New York but I believe that eventually I can tie him to Thomas Sr. as a brother or (more likely) a cousin. Just the naming of the children and the fact that my Browns come to New London and go back to Oskaloosa and then come back here makes me think this. I don't put conjecture in my family trees but I do make guesses and put them into files. A lot of the time I can prove myself to be correct. Then I put it in the family tree. I will give you the number of the marriage license for Thomas Jr. and Mary Ann Riggs for your sources, also. Thomas Jr. died in 1865 and I have his will also (just got it yesterday).

Nice meeting you and any time I find more I will send it to you, if you like. I am going through almost every record in the Henry County, Iowa courthouse and will probably find more stuff. It's a sickness.

_________________________________________________________________
1840 Census, Henry County, Iowa

Thos. Brown, one male 70-80, one female 70-80
______________________________________________________________
The First Voters
The New London Journal Centenniel, 1870-1975, Page 30

Thomas is listed as one of the first voters in New London.
__________________________________________________________________
..History of Des Moines County and the People, Aufrobus, Volume 1, Page 550

In addition to the names of those already given we call to mind the following named presons, who came to Pleasant Grove Township, during the territorial times.
Thomas Brown, James Brown, and David Brown are all listed
________________________________________________________________

Marriage 1 MARTHA
Children
DAVID BROWN b: 1806 in Tennessee
James Brown b: 1806 in Tennessee
Thomas Brown Jr. b: BET 1791 AND 1811 in Tennessee
Rebecca Brown
Sarah Brown
George Brown
Catherine Brown

Sources:
Title: E-mail from Cindy Chambers, 1 July 2005
Note:
E-mail from Cindy Chambers, 1 July 2005.
Page: notes
Text: Thomas Brown, Sr. Judi`s 4th gr grandfather
Title: 1840 Federal Census, Henry County, Iowa Territory
Note:
1840 Federal Census, Henry County, Iowa Territory.
Page: notes
Text: Thos. Brown
Title: E-mail from Cindy Chambers, 2 July 2005
Note:
E-mail from Cindy Chambers, 2 July 2005.
Page: notes
Text: 177?
Title: 1840 Federal Census, Henry County, Iowa Territory
Note:
1840 Federal Census, Henry County, Iowa Territory.
Page: notes
Text: Thos. Brown, one male 70-80, one female 70-80
Title: Will of Thomas Brown Sr., Probated 8 April 1842
Note:
Will of Thomas Brown Sr., Probated 8 April 1842.
Page: notes
Text: Will was probated 8 April 1842
Title: Will of Thomas Brown Sr., Probated 8 April 1842
Note:
Will of Thomas Brown Sr., Probated 8 April 1842.
Page: notes
Text: Will was made 9 June 1841
Title: E-mail from Cindy Chambers, 2 July 2005
Note:
E-mail from Cindy Chambers, 2 July 2005.
Page: notes
Text: Bet. 1841-1842
Title: Will of Thomas Brown Sr., Probated 8 April 1842
Note:
Will of Thomas Brown Sr., Probated 8 April 1842.
Page: notes
Text: Will was probated 8 April 1842 so Thomas died before that


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