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Captain James Brown (1801-1863)

Erold Clark Wiscombe

Captain James Brown (1801-1863)

and his thirteen wives, their children, and descendants

by Erold Clark Wiscombe

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Published by O. James Brown Klein in Mesa, Ariz .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brown family,
  • Brown, James, -- 1801-1863 -- Family,
  • Mormons -- Genealogy,
  • Utah -- Genealogy

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcomplied and edited by Erold Clark Wiscombe.
    GenreGenealogy
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.B88 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 804 p. :
    Number of Pages804
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23860964M
    LC Control Number2008942182

    Insurance book; Following the early death of their father, Captain James Brown, the four Brown brothers were raised by their uncle, Obadiah, who also introduced them into the family business. This document is Obadiah's maritime insurance book, in which he recorded policies that he had taken out for various trading ventures. This connection is the source of Maliskas' new book, "John Brown to James Brown." On the cold, crisp morning, there was dew on the ground and a golden orange sun in the sky.

      The luckiest audience in history. Established , The Truth Radio has been a powerhouse for Entertainment, News and Sports. thradio.c. James Brown [see James Robinson] Foootnotes Note Phillip Holbert, aka Phineas Halbert, was in both Capt. Joseph L. Barton's Co. and in Capt. Zachariah Rossell's Co., 15th Infantry. Note Joseph Potte and Joseph Pottle were two different men. Note All three men also served in Lt. Samuel Sylvester's Detachment, 45th Infantry.

      Captain James Brown, pioneer, soldier and one of the founders of Ogden, enlisted in the Mormon Ballation of the U.S. Army in the Mexican War, J , at Council Bluffs, Iowa, and was made Captain of Company C. Longest march of INfantry ever recorded, at Santa Fe, Captain Brown was placed in charge of the sick detachment and ordered to. The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the Berlin Olympics, by Daniel James Brown, chronicles the University of Washington's nine-man crew-with-coxswain's.


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Captain James Brown (1801-1863) by Erold Clark Wiscombe Download PDF EPUB FB2

During the Mormon exodus, Captain James Brown served as Captain of Company C in the United States Mormon Battalion during the Mexican War. James was born to James Brown and Mary (Polly) Williams Brown.

He was a pioneer, constable, justice of the peace, missionary, commonwealth builder, and founder of Ogden, Utah. Burial: Ogden City Cemetery, Ogden, Weber County. Description: This book includes 42 histories - one for Captain James Brown, 13 short biographies for his wives, and 28 biographies for their respective children - and a detailed listing of their approximat descendants with spouses, plus a complete Index of all persons in the book.

pages. Wiscombe's CJ Brown's Wives. Captain James Brown’s Wives and Children. By Erold C. Wiscombe. Page Capt. James Brown had 13 wives, and 28 children. His family is as follows: Martha Stephens, (first wife) was born 12 Octoberin Davidson County, North Carolina.

She was the daughter of Alexander Stephens and Mary (Polly) Dailey or Daley. Capt. James Brown III was the eldest child of Capt. James Brown II [] and Hope Power []. Their father, a sea captain, died at sea while they were young, and James and his siblings were raised by their uncle, Obadiah like his father, James III also died at sea at a young : North Burial Ground, Providence, Providence.

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