Section HL: Descendants of John Browne

David Thaler
18043 NE 132nd St, Redmond WA 98052
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Report generated by MagiCensus Deluxe v5.1.0 on 29 June 2017
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From Thaler_export.ged


Generation One

1. JOHN1 BROWNE was born in 1514[36] in Spexhall, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom[36], and died between 1533 and April 1546[1] in Horley, Surrey, England[1]. He married MRS. JANE BROWNE, who was born about 1502[75]. [1]
Children:
+2i.WILLIAM2 BROWNE, b. on 1 Feb. 1533/4[1, 76] in Horley[1, 76]; d. on 14 Nov. 1613[1] in Horley[1]; m. (1) in 1560[39] in Horley[39] MAGDALENE ELSICK, b. in Horley[1, 57] in 1538[1, 57], d. in Horley[1, 58] on 7 Sept. 1604[1, 58]; m. (2) on 16 Oct. 1604 MARGARET BONNYK, b. about 1540.
3ii.THOMAS BROWNE, b. about 1544.
4iii.NICHOLAS BROWNE, b. about 1544.
5iv.RICHARD BROWNE, b. about 1544.
6v.HENRY BROWNE, b. about 1544.
7vi.ANDREW BROWNE, b. about 1544.
8vii.CATHERINE BROWNE, b. about 1544.
9viii.MARGARET BROWNE, b. about 1544.
10ix.JONE BROWNE, b. about 1544.


Generation Two

2. WILLIAM2 BROWNE (John1), son of (1) John1 and Mrs. Jane (BROWNE) BROWNE, was born on 1 Feb. 1533/4[1, 76] in Horley[1, 76], died on 14 Nov. 1613[1] in Horley[1] and was buried on 16 Nov. 1613[1] in Horley[1]. He married (1st) in Horley[39], in 1560[39], MAGDALENE ELSICK, who was born in 1538[1, 57] in Horley[1, 57], died on 7 Sept. 1604[1, 58] in Horley[1, 58], and was buried on 7 Sept. 1604 in Horley. He married (2nd) on 16 Oct. 1604, MARGARET BONNYK, who was born about 1540. [77, 20, 1]
Pastor Of The Parish Church In Horley For 50 Years - http://www.ea.ucla.edu/~jill/gen/html/d0002/g0000046.html#I2073
Children of: William2 BROWNE and Magdalene ELSICK:
11i.PHOEBE3 BROWNE, b. about 1560[60] in Rusper, Sussex, England[60].
12ii.REV. JOSEPH BROWNE, b. in 1562[1, 61] in Horley, Essex, England[1, 61]; d. on 15 Oct. 1633[1, 62] in Rusper[1, 62].
married (Mrs.) Elizabeth Stone 12 Feb 1606/07, Rusper, Sussex, England - bryant.mills@worldspan.com
+13iii.EDWARD BROWNE, b. on 9 Sept. 1566[19, 53] in Inkberrow, Worcestershire, England[16]; d. on 24 Jan. 1649[54] in Inkberrow[54]; m. (ZH-2) JANE LIDE, b. in Inkberrow[56] about 1578[56], d. in Inkberrow[55], daughter of (ZH-1) Thomas and Jane (GIBBS) LIDE.
14iv.SARAH BROWNE, b. in 1569[59] in Horley, Essex[59].
+15v.BENJAMIN BROWNE, b. on 12 Oct. 1571[38] in Horley, Surrey[38]; d. on 28 Aug. 1638[20]; m. on 8 Oct. 1596[20] in Horley, Surrey[20] SARAH LECHFORD, b. in Charlewood, Surrey[77] about 1575[77].


Generation Three

13. EDWARD3 BROWNE (William2, John1), son of (2) William2 and Magdalene (ELSICK) BROWNE, was born on 9 Sept. 1566[19, 53] in Inkberrow[16], and died on 24 Jan. 1649[54] in Inkberrow[54]. He married (ZH-2) JANE LIDE, daughter of (ZH-1) Thomas and Jane (GIBBS) LIDE, who was born about 1578[56] in Inkberrow[56], and died in Inkberrow[55]. [15, 16, 19]
I suspect the connection to Horley, which appears on various sites and in the Ancestral File, is actually in error. I have so far found no source of this supposed connection.This individual has alternate parents in the database:
(HK-1) Peter and Martha (FORD) (BROWN) (FORD) BROWN

Children:
16i.ANNE4 BROWN, b. about 1595; d. on 4 Dec. 1669[37] in Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts, United States[37].
Frances, Samuel Thomas and Edward Hutchinson are mentioned in Adam Hawkes will . Possibly children from her first marriage?? - NLP
+17ii.NICHOLAS BROWNE, b. about 1610[26] in Inkberrow Parish, Worcestershire[3]; d. on 5 April 1673[26, 2, 15] in Reading, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts[26, 2, 15]; m. (1) about 1632[26] in England[26] ELIZABETH _____, d. in Reading[73] on 1 Nov. 1674[73].
18iii.LYDIA BROWNE, b. about 1602[77] in Inkberrow[77].
19iv.PRESERVE BROWNE, b. about 1604 in Inkberrow.
20v.PRESERVE BROWN, b. in 1604 in Inkberrow.
15. BENJAMIN3 BROWNE (William2, John1), son of (2) William2 and Magdalene (ELSICK) BROWNE, was born on 12 Oct. 1571[38] in Horley, Surrey[38], died on 28 Aug. 1638[20] and was buried on 28 Aug. 1638[20] in Ifield, Sussex[20]. He married in Horley, Surrey[20], on 8 Oct. 1596[20], SARAH LECHFORD, who was born about 1575[77] in Charlewood[77]. [77, 20, 21]
Children:
21i.WILLIAM4 BROWNE, b. about 1610.
22ii.BARNABAS BROWNE, b. about 1610.
+23iii.SARAH BROWNE, b. on 24 Aug. 1600[77] in Ifield[77]; m. on 26 Nov. 1622 in Streat, Sussex (AOM-2) PARDON TILLINGHAST, b. in Streat about 1593[21], d. about 1665, son of (AOM-1) Rev. John and (AFZ-2) Alice (PARDON).
24iv.THOMAS BROWNE, b. about 1610.
25v.JOHN BROWNE, b. about 1610.
26vi.MARY BROWNE, b. about 1610.
27vii.ELIZABETH BROWNE, b. about 1610.
28viii.BENJAMIN BROWNE, b. about 1610.


Generation Four

17. NICHOLAS4 BROWNE (Edward3, William2, John1), son of (13) Edward3 and (ZH-2) Jane (LIDE) BROWNE, was born about 1610[26] in Inkberrow Parish[3], and died on 5 April 1673[26, 2, 15] in Reading[26, 2, 15]. He married (1st) in England[26], about 1632[26], ELIZABETH _____, who died on 1 Nov. 1674[73] in Reading[73]. [26, 25, 3, 15, 16, 2, 27]
NICHOLAS BROWNE, son of EDWARD BROWNE and ?
From the History of New Hampshire, p. 1560: (I) Nicholas Browne, son of Edward Browne, of Inkburrow, Worcestershire, England, settled first at Lynn,
Massachusetts, and early removed from there to Reading, where he appears to have owned two places. He was a man of comfortables means as appears from the fact of his sending his son John, in 1660, to England to look after certain property, to which he had become heir. He died in 1673. His wife's name was
Elizabeth, and their children were, John, Edward, Joseph, Cornelius, Joshua and perhaps Elizabeth.
From A Genealogical Dictionary or The first Settlers of New England showing
Three Generations or Those who came Before May, 1692 on the Basis of Farmer's
Register by James Savage, Vol 1, p 272: Nicholas, Lynn 1630, as Lewis conjectured, but I think 7 years too early, son of Edward, of Inkberrow, 8 miles from Droitwich, Worcestershire; freeman 7 Sept. 1638, rep. 1641, removed to Reading 1644, and died April 5, 1673. His eldest son John went in 1660 to England, but came back and was excor. of the will of 29 March 1673, made by his father pro. 17 June following in which with Elizabeth and other children Josiah; Edward born August 15, 1640; Elizabeth and Joseph, 10 December 1647;possibly another Sarah, 26 June 1650 are mentioned
"There is a lot of speculation on Thomas' father but this information was the best documented. He married Elizabeth Lyde in England and is supposed to have arrived in America in the spring of 1630 on one of the eleven ships in the Winthrop fleet.
One of the problems in listing Thomas as Nicholas' son comes from the fact that some sources list him as being born in Lynn. Other sources, however, say that he was born in England and accompanied his father, Nicholas, to America from England. He should not be confused with the Thomas Browne from Malford, weaver, who came over about 1635. Our Thomas would have been only 7 then. Thus Thomas, born in England, would not have been listed in the Essex Co, Mass. records and could easily have been overlooked as a son of Nicholas.
Another problem is that when Nicholas inherited his maternal grandfather's property in England, "he gave power of attorney...to his eldest son John Browne bound for England to call William Rand to account for the shops, houses and lands belonging to him as next heir of the Lides." Which Rand recovered by a former power of attorney from Nicholas Browne. Somehow John was named the eldest son. Maybe, an assumption on the clerk's part or to give him more leverage. Perhaps there was no elder son, Thomas, but then there is this.
Nicholas and family were among 1700 people who sailed in the Winthrop fleet from Southampton in spring 1630. Nicholas and three other men from the fleet moved to the Lynn area, one of whom was Thomas Newhall, our Thomas Browne's father-in-law." - www.sound.net/~beckins/mason
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres/5626/dat3.htm#13 says b. 1601, Of,Inkburrow Parish,Worcestershire,England, d. 16 Nov 1694, Reading,Middx,Massachusetts,United States
BALLARD, William, came in the Mary and John, March 26, 1634. William, husbandman, ae. 32, with [wife] Mary, ae. 26, [ch.] Hester, ae. 2, and John, ae. 1, came in the James in July, 1635. Mr. William appointed by the Gen. Court magistrate at Salem in 1638. Propr. at Sal. and also at Lynn. His children had lands assigned them at Reading In 1644. Mr. William, of Lynn, failed to make a will, but told Nicholas Browne and Gerard Spencer, Jr., that he wished half his est. to go to his wife, and the rest to be divided amongst his children. Test 1 (1) [1639]. [Suf. Prob.] John deposed 29 (4) 1655, ae. about 21 years, regarding his bro. Jenckes, in whose service he was. - Pioneers in Massachusetts, p.30;
BROWN, BROWNE, Nicholas, mariner, sent power of attorney 24 (10) 1649 for collection of
rents etc. at Moreton Underhill [Birtsmor-ton?] co. Worcester. [A.] - Pioneers in Massachusetts, p.72b [not sure this is my Nicholas - NPH]
There is a Nicholas Browne who died in Dover in 1648. Perhaps this is the Nicholas Brown, son of the Pilgrim who some people confuse with my Nicholas Browne - NPH
Children of: Nicholas4 BROWNE and Elizabeth _____:
+29i.THOMAS5 BROWNE SR., b. about 1628[49]; d. on 28 Aug. 1693[8] in Lynn[8]; m. in 1652 in Lynn (AES-7) MARY NEWHALL, b. in Lynn[8] about 1637[8], d. in Newbury, Essex Co. after 1700, daughter of (AES-2) Thomas and Mary Jane (PENDLETON) NEWHALL.
+30ii.CORNELIUS BROWNE, b. about 1632 in Malford, Worcestershire[40]; d. in 1703[32] in Reading[32]; m. on 6 March 1664/5[32] in Reading[32] SARAH LAMSON, b. in Ipswich, Essex Co.[32], d. in Reading[32] on 4 Oct. 1683[32].
31iii.JOHN BROWNE, b. about 1634[50] in Malford[50]; d. on 12 March 1717[29, 51] in Reading[29, 51]; m. (1) on 30 May 1677[29] in Chelmsford, Middlesex Co.[29] ANNA FISKE, b. in Wenham, Massachusetts[29] on 15 Jan. 1646[29], d. in Reading[29] on 30 May 1681[29]; m. (2) on 29 March 1682[29] in Reading[29] ELIZABETH BULKELY, b. in Concord, Middlesex Co.[29] in 1638[29], d. in Reading[29] on 12 Aug. 1686[29]; m. (3) on 24 June 1697[29] in Malden, Middlesex Co.[29] REBECCA CRAWFORD, d. on 8 July 1710[29].
JOHN BROWN, son of NICHOLAS BROWNE and ELIZABETH ?: From James Savage (see Nicholas for full): John, Reading, eldest son of Nicholas, married Ann, daughter of Rev. John Fiske, wh. died May 30, 1681, had Ann, Brown 1678; and he married 1682, second wife Elizabeth, widow of Reverand Joseph Emerson of Mendon and she died September 4, 1693, aged 55. He married third wife Rebecca, widow of lieutenant Samuel Sprague of Malden, who survived him and died July 8, 1710, aged 76. He, instead of that former John of Reading may have been the representative or captain or both
+32iv.JOSIAH BROWNE, b. about 1630 in Malford; d. on 29 Jan. 1690/1[30, 52] in Reading[30, 52]; m. on 23 Feb. 1666/7[30] in Reading[30] MARY FELLOWS.
33v.EDWARD BROWN, b. on 15 Aug. 1640[28, 41] in Reading[28, 41]; d. on 26 April 1685[34, 42] in Reading[34, 42]; m. on 21 July 1679[34] in Reading[34] SARAH DIX.
34vi.ELIZABETH BROWNE, b. on 10 Dec. 1647[24, 43] in Reading[24, 43]; d. on 27 Feb. 1697[44]; m. on 30 Sept. 1663[24] HANANIAH PARKER, b. in Lynn[24] in 1638[24], d. in Reading[24] on 10 March 1724[24].
35vii.JOSEPH BROWNE, b. on 10 Dec. 1647[28, 45] in Reading[28, 45]; d. on 16 Oct. 1723[35, 46]; m. on 26 May 1674[35] in Reading[35] ELIZABETH BANCROFT, b. in Reading[35] on 7 Dec. 1653[35], d. in Reading[35] on 31 Dec. 1732[35].
36viii.JANE BROWN, b. about 1645 in Malford; d. in 1719[47] in Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island, United States[47]; m. about 1645 of Reading JAMES BABCOCK, b. in Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island in 1641, d. in Westerly in 1698.
37ix.SARAH BROWNE, b. on 28 June 1650 in Reading[48]; d. in 1695; m. about 1670 of Reading ROBERT BURNAP, b. in Malford about 1646.
38x.MARY BROWN, b. in 1653 in Malford; d. in 1707; m. about 1673 of Reading THOMAS UPHAM, b. in Malford about 1649.
+39xi.MEHITABLE BROWN, b. about 1656 in Reading; d. in 1735[15]; m. on 23 April 1690[15] in Lynn[15] (APF-1) JOHN TOWNSEND, b. in Lynn[15] about 1640[15], d. in Lynn[15] on 14 Dec. 1727[15].

Child of: Nicholas4 BROWNE:
40i.ANTHONY5 BROWN, b. about 1630.
23. SARAH4 BROWNE (Benjamin3, William2, John1), daughter of (15) Benjamin3 and Sarah (LECHFORD) BROWNE, was born on 24 Aug. 1600[77] in Ifield[77], and died between 15 Nov. 1627 and 1710. She married in Streat, on 26 Nov. 1622, (AOM-2) PARDON TILLINGHAST, son of (AOM-1) Rev. John and (AFZ-2) Alice (PARDON), who was born about 1593[21] in Streat, and died about 1665. [77, 20]
Children: See (AOM-2) Pardon TILLINGHAST


Generation Five

29. THOMAS5 BROWNE SR. (Nicholas4, Edward3, William2, John1), son of (17) Nicholas4 and Elizabeth (_____) BROWNE, was born about 1628[49], and died on 28 Aug. 1693[8] in Lynn[8]. He married in Lynn, in 1652, (AES-7) MARY NEWHALL, daughter of (AES-2) Thomas and Mary Jane (PENDLETON) NEWHALL, who was born about 1637[8] in Lynn[8], and died after 1700 in Newbury. [11, 13, 17, 8]
"Aged about forty years" on 30 June 1668.[22]
This Thomas Browne first appeared in Lynn in the mid-1650s, without apparent antecedents. The claim has been made that he was son of NICHOLAS BROWNE {1638,Lynn}, but Savage doubted this, and the will of Nicholas Browne, dated 9 March 1672/3, did not include a son Thomas.[23]
Children:
41i.THOMAS6 BROWNE, b. about 1653 in Lynn; d. on 27 Dec. 1723 in Lynn; m. on 8 Feb. 1677 HANNAH COLLINS, b. about 1655.
42ii.JOHN BROWNE, b. in 1654 in Lynn[71]; d. in 1729[72] in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut, United States[72].
+43iii.THOMAS BROWN, JR., b. on 1 Jan. 1654 in Lynn; d. on 27 Dec. 1723 in Stonington; m. on 8 Feb. 1677 in Lynn HANNAH COLLINS of Lynn, b. on 1 Feb. 1660.
44iv.MARY BROWNE, b. on 10 Dec. 1655[9] in Lynn[9]; d. on 18 March 1662[9] in Lynn.
45v.SARAH BROWNE, b. on 20 July 1657[9] in Lynn[9]; d. on 1 July 1658[9] in Lynn.
46vi.JOSEPH BROWNE, b. on 16 Nov. 1658[9] in Lynn[9]; d. on 22 Jan. 1680 in Lynn; m. on 22 Dec. 1680 in Lynn SARAH JONES of Lynn, b. about 1658.
From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. - rmontgom@burgoyne.com
47vii.SARAH BROWNE, b. on 13 Aug. 1660[9] in Lynn[9]; d. on 11 Feb. 1662[9] in Lynn.
From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. - rmontgom@burgoyne.com
48viii.JONATHAN BROWNE, b. on 12 April 1662 in Lynn; d. on 12 July 1666[9] in Lynn.
+49ix.JOHN BROWN, b. in 1664 in Lynn; d. in 1739; m. in Oct. 1692 in Stonington ELIZABETH MINER, b. in Stonington on 30 April 1674.
50x.MARY BROWNE, b. on 28 June 1666[9] in Lynn[9]; d. on 14 May 1757 in Gloucester, Essex Co.; m. on 24 Aug. 1685 in Lynn THOMAS NORWOOD of Lynn, b. about 1666.
51xi.JONATHAN BROWNE, b. on 24 Nov. 1668[10] in Lynn[10]; d. about 1693.
+52xii.ELEAZER BROWNE, b. on 4 June 1670[10] in Lynn[13]; d. on 30 Nov. 1734[13] in Stonington[13]; m. on 18 Oct. 1693[13] in Westerly[13] (AGQ-13) ANN PENDLETON, b. in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., New Hampshire, United States[12] on 12 Nov. 1667[12], d. in Stonington before 1732[13], daughter of (AGQ-4) Capt. James and (SI-20) Hannah (GOODENOW).
53xiii.EBENEZER BROWNE, b. on 16 Jan. 1671/2 in Lynn; d. in 1700[74] in Lynn[74].
54xiv.THOMAS BROWN, b. about 1672.
55xv.DANIEL BROWNE, b. on 24 April 1673 in Lynn.
56xvi.JOHN BROWN, b. about 1674.
57xvii.ANNE BROWNE, (TWIN), b. on 4 Jan. 1674/5 in Lynn; d. on 7 Jan. 1674/5 in Lynn.
58xviii.GRACE BROWNE, b. on 4 Jan. 1674 in Lynn; d. on 7 Jan. 1674 in Lynn.
59xix.DANIEL BROWNE, b. on 1 Feb. 1676 in Lynn; m. on 8 June 1710 in Lynn MARY SALTER of Lynn, b. about 1676.
30. CORNELIUS5 BROWNE (Nicholas4, Edward3, William2, John1), son of (17) Nicholas4 and Elizabeth (_____) BROWNE, was born about 1632 in Malford[40], and died in 1703[32] in Reading[32]. He married in Reading[32], on 6 March 1664/5[32], SARAH LAMSON, who was born in Ipswich[32], and died on 4 Oct. 1683[32] in Reading[32]. [77, 25, 28, 32]
Reading, s. of Nicholas of the same - A Genealogical Dictionary of First settlers of New England, James Savage,p. 265
Children:
60i.NICHOLAS6 BROWNE, b. on 7 April 1666[33] in Reading[33]; d. on 25 May 1666[33] in Reading[33].
61ii.CORNELIUS BROWNE, b. on 3 June 1667[33] in Reading[33]; bur. on 28 June 1743 in Ipswich.
62iii.SARAH BROWNE, b. on 23 Dec. 1668[33] in Reading[33]; d. on 12 Jan. 1668/9[33] in Reading[33].
63iv.SARAH BROWN, b. on 21 April 1670[33] in Reading[33].
64v.JOHN BROWNE, b. on 8 Aug. 1671[33] in Reading[33]; d. in 1674.
65vi.HANNAH BROWNE, b. on 14 April 1673[33] in Reading[33]; d. on 3 May 1673[33] in Reading[33].
66vii.ABIGAIL BROWNE, b. on 5 April 1674[33] in Reading[33]; d. on 6 Aug. 1674[33] in Reading[33].
67viii.SAMUEL BROWNE, b. on 13 Sept. 1675[33] in Reading[33].
68ix.SUSANNA BROWNE, b. on 5 March 1676/7[33] in Reading[33].
69x.MARY BROWNE, b. on 1 Jan. 1678[33] in Reading[33].
70xi.HANNAH BROWNE, b. on 28 Aug. 1680[34] in Reading[34].
71xii.WILLIAM BROWNE, b. on 14 Feb. 1681/2[34] in Reading[34]; d. on 2 May 1768.
32. JOSIAH5 BROWNE (Nicholas4, Edward3, William2, John1), son of (17) Nicholas4 and Elizabeth (_____) BROWNE, was born about 1630 in Malford, and died on 29 Jan. 1690/1[30, 52] in Reading[30, 52]. He married in Reading[30], on 23 Feb. 1666/7[30], MARY FELLOWS. [77, 28, 30]
Marblehead 1668, was prob s. of Nicholas of Lynn, and m. 1666, as is said, Mary Fellows - A Genealogical Dictionary of First settlers of New England, James Savage, p. 273
Child:
72i.ELIZABETH6 BROWN, b. on 27 June 1671[31] in Reading[31].
39. MEHITABLE5 BROWN (Nicholas BROWNE4, Edward3, William2, John1), daughter of (17) Nicholas4 and Elizabeth (_____) BROWNE, was born about 1656 in Reading, and died in 1735[15]. She married in Lynn[15], on 23 April 1690[15], (APF-1) JOHN TOWNSEND, who was born about 1640[15] in Lynn[15], and died on 14 Dec. 1727[15] in Lynn[15]. [15]
Children: See (APF-1) John TOWNSEND


Generation Six

43. THOMAS6 BROWN, JR. (Thomas BROWNE5, Nicholas4, Edward3, William2, John1), son of (29) Thomas5 Sr. and (AES-7) Mary (NEWHALL), was born on 1 Jan. 1654 in Lynn, and died on 27 Dec. 1723 in Stonington. He married in Lynn, on 8 Feb. 1677, HANNAH COLLINS of Lynn, who was born on 1 Feb. 1660. [9]
This individual has the following other parents in the Ancestral File:
Henry /COLLINS/ (AFN:8PV5-K1) and Unknown
Children:
73i.SAMUEL7 BROWN, b. on 8 Dec. 1678 in Stonington.
74ii.HANNAH BROWN, b. on 5 Dec. 1680 in Stonington; d. on 3 March 1771.
75iii.MARY BROWN, b. on 26 May 1683 in Stonington.
76iv.SARAH BROWN, b. on 8 July 1686 in Stonington.
77v.JERUSHA BROWN, b. on 25 Dec. 1688 in Stonington.
78vi.SARAH BROWN, b. on 11 July 1689 in Stonington.
79vii.THOMAS BROWN, b. on 14 Feb. 1692 in Stonington.
80viii.ELIZABETH BROWN, b. on 9 May 1694 in Stonington.
81ix.DANIEL BROWN, b. on 9 Oct. 1696 in Stonington; d. on 30 Aug. 1771.
82x.PRISCILLA BROWN, b. on 30 Jan. 1699 in Stonington.
83xi.HUMPHREY BROWN, b. on 16 Sept. 1701 in Stonington.
49. JOHN6 BROWN (Thomas BROWNE5, Nicholas4, Edward3, William2, John1), son of (29) Thomas5 Sr. and (AES-7) Mary (NEWHALL), was born in 1664 in Lynn, and died in 1739. He married in Stonington, in Oct. 1692, ELIZABETH MINER, who was born on 30 April 1674 in Stonington.
Children:
84i.JOHN7 BROWN, b. in July 1693 in Stonington; d. in April 1694.
85ii.JONATHAN BROWN, b. on 15 March 1695 in Stonington.
86iii.ELIZABETH BROWN, b. in March 1696 in Stonington.
87iv.HEPSIBETH BROWN, b. in Sept. 1699 in Stonington.
88v.JOHN BROWN Of No. Castle, Westchester Co., New York, United States, b. in Dec. 1701 in Stonington.
89vi.ICHABOD BROWN, b. on 12 March 1704 in Stonington.
90vii.PRUDENCE BROWN, b. on 28 April 1709 in Stonington.
91viii.JEDEDIAH BROWN, b. on 28 April 1709 in Stonington; d. on 15 Jan. 1732.
92ix.MEHITABLE BROWN, b. on 28 Aug. 1712 in Stonington.
93x.MARY BROWN, b. in Aug. 1716 in Stonington.
52. ELEAZER6 BROWNE (Thomas5, Nicholas4, Edward3, William2, John1), son of (29) Thomas5 Sr. and (AES-7) Mary (NEWHALL), was born on 4 June 1670[10] in Lynn[13], died on 30 Nov. 1734[13] in Stonington[13] and was buried in Cedar Swamp Cem., Stonington. He married in Westerly[13], on 18 Oct. 1693[13], (AGQ-13) ANN PENDLETON, daughter of (AGQ-4) Capt. James and (SI-20) Hannah (GOODENOW), who was born on 12 Nov. 1667[12] in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co.[12], and died before 1732[13] in Stonington. [10, 12, 16, 13]
Children:
+94i.RUTH7 BROWNE, b. on 30 June 1714[14] in Stonington[14]; d. on 20 May 1791[6] in Colchester, New London Co.[6]; m. in 1733[6] in Stonington[6] (AIL-12) BENJAMIN RANDALL, b. in Stonington[4, 7] on 2 June 1715[4, 7], d. in Colchester[7] on 15 June 1811[7], son of (AIL-11) John Jr. and (DE-29) Mary (BALDWIN).
95ii.JONATHAN BROWN, b. on 12 July 1694 in Lynn; d. on 2 Feb. 1756 in Stonington.
From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. - rmontgom@burgoyne.com
96iii.JAMES BROWNE, b. on 1 June 1696 in Lynn; d. on 2 Feb. 1750 in Stonington; m. on 5 May 1718 in Stonington ELIZABETH RANDALL, b. in Stonington on 4 July 1696, d. in Stonington.
97iv.ELEAZER BROWNE, b. on 4 May 1698 in Stonington; d. on 4 March 1725 in Stonington; m. (1) in 1723 TEMPERANCE HOLMES, b. about 1698; m. (2) MARY _____, b. about 1698.
98v.ANNAH BROWN, b. on 1 Feb. 1700[63] in Stonington[63]; d. on 11 March 1766[64] in Stonington[64]; m. on 20 April 1720 in Stonington THOMAS MAIN, b. in Stonington on 19 July 1700, d. in 1771.
99vi.EBENEZER BROWNE, b. on 28 June 1702[65] in Stonington[65]; d. on 4 March 1725[66] in Stonington[66]; m. on 5 April 1723 ELIZABETH MAIN, b. about 1702.
100vii.MARY BROWNE, b. on 28 Nov. 1703[67] in Stonington[67]; d. after 1727[68]; m. WAITE PALMER, b. about 1701.
101viii.PATIENCE BROWN, b. on 28 Dec. 1704 in Stonington; m. on 12 Dec. 1735 in North Stonington, New London Co. CLEMENT NEFF, b. in Westerly on 17 May 1711, d. on 11 May 1746.
102ix.HANNAH BROWNE, b. on 12 Dec. 1705[69] in Stonington[69]; d. on 4 Jan. 1727[70] in Stonington[70]; m. on 24 March 1725 WILLIAM WILCOX, b. about 1705.
103x.PATIENCE BROWNE, b. on 26 Dec. 1707 in Stonington; d. after 1750 in Windham(Hampton), New London Co.; m. on 12 Dec. 1735 CLEMENT NEFF, b. about 1707.
104xi.ABIGAIL BROWN, b. on 3 Feb. 1712 in Stonington; d. on 7 Dec. 1769 in Westerly; m. on 22 March 1731 JAMES PENDLETON, b. about 1712.
From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. - rmontgom@burgoyne.com
105xii.DANIEL BROWN, b. about 1716 in Stonington.
From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. - rmontgom@burgoyne.com


Generation Seven

94. RUTH7 BROWNE (Eleazer6, Thomas5, Nicholas4, Edward3, William2, John1), daughter of (52) Eleazer6 and (AGQ-13) Ann (PENDLETON) BROWNE, was born on 30 June 1714[14] in Stonington[14], and died on 20 May 1791[6] in Colchester[6]. She married in Stonington[6], in 1733[6], (AIL-12) BENJAMIN RANDALL, son of (AIL-11) John Jr. and (DE-29) Mary (BALDWIN), who was born on 2 June 1715[4, 7] in Stonington[4, 7], was christened on 14 Aug. 1715, and died on 15 June 1811[7] in Colchester[7]. [5, 6, 14, 18]
Children: See (AIL-12) Benjamin RANDALL



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2. James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Vol. I (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 1860); digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
3. Ibid., 273.
4. Charles Candee Baldwin, Baldwin Genealogy From 1500 to 1881 (Cleveland, Ohio: Leader Printing Co., 1881), 240; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
5. Mary Ross Whitman, George Wightman of Quidnessett, R.I. and Descendants (Chicago, Illinois: Chauncey Leonard Whitman?, 1939), 86.
6. Paul K. Randall, Genealogy of a Branch of the Randall Family, 1666 to 1879 (Norwich, New York: Chenango Union, 1879), 155; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
7. Ibid., 16, 155.
8. Henry F. Waters, Newhall family of Lynn, Massachusetts (Salem: Essex Institute, 1882), 14; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
9. Ibid., 16.
10. Ibid., 17.
11. Ibid., 4, 14.
12. Everett Hall Pendleton, Brian Pendleton and His Descendants (East Orange, New Jersey?: Privately Printed, 1910), 37, 46; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
13. Ibid., 46.
14. Ibid., 48.
15. Louis William Dommerich, Our Colonial and Continental Ancestors: The Ancestry of Mr. and Mrs. Louis William Dommerich (New York: DeForest Publishing Co., 1930), 59.
16. Verna R. Sanders Rozanski, A History of the Walter Palmer Family of Stonington, Connecticut With Fifteen Allied Lines (Assumption, Illinois: Daughters of the American Revolution, 1968), 72.
17. Ibid., 72, 102.
18. Ibid., 73.
19. Nancy Herbert, e-mail.
20. Alton Gilbert, "Re: WHAT? ARE WE DONE WITH TILLINGHAST RESEARCH?," Tillinghast Family Genealogy Forum, June 26, 2006 (http://genforum.genealogy.com/tillinghast/messages/282.html).
21. John G. Hunt, "The Ancestry of Pardon Tillinghast, Early Settler of Providence, Rhode Island," The American Genealogist 37 (1961): 34-38.
22. Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635 (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2003), 3:255; digital images, AmericanAncestors.org (http://www.americanancestors.org/ : accessed 8 June 2011).
23. Ibid., 3:256.
24. Josiah Lafeyette Seward, A History of the Town of Sullivan, New Hampshire, 1777-1917, Volume II (No place: No publisher, 1921), 1306; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org : accessed 9 September 2012).
25. Harriet H. Robinson, "Nicholas Browne of Reading and Some of His Descendants," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 44 (1890): 281-285, specifically 282.
26. Marcia Wiswall Lindberg, "Nicholas Browne of Lynn and Reading, Massachusetts," The Essex Genealogist 8 (1988): 178-188, specifically 178; digital images, AmericanAncestors.org (http://www.americanancestors.org/).
27. Ibid., specifically 179.
28. Ibid., specifically 181.
29. Ibid., specifically 182.
30. Ibid., specifically 183.
31. Ibid., specifically 184.
32. Ibid., specifically 185.
33. Ibid., specifically 186.
34. Ibid., specifically 187.
35. Ibid., specifically 188.
36. kmidyette@qwest.net says Abt 1500 in Horley, Surrey Co, England www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue says ABT 1508; bryant.mills@worldspan.com;
37. ADAMS.TAF (Compuserve) says 4 Dec 1669 The Pioneers of Massachusetts, Charles Henry Pope, p. 221
38. TILLIN.TXT (Compuserve) says 1571; bryant.mills@worldspan.com
39. www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue; stan page@bigfoot.com
40. BROWN.SIR www.sound.net says ABT 1632, Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts
41. Vital Records of Reading, Massachusetts, p. 37 A Genealogical Dictionary of First settlers of New England, James Savage,p.273 BROWN.SIR says Malford, Worchester
42. BROWN.SIR says April 1685 Vital Records of Records of Reading, Massachusetts, p. 501
43. A Genealogical Dictionary of First settlers of New England, James Savage, p. 271; www.wizard.net/aldonna/pratt.htm says ABT 1638;
44. www.sound.net says 27 Feb 1697; members.aol.com/sargen3 says 1698; www.ici.net/cust pages/clumber/eric ;
45. Vital Records of Reading, Massachusetts, p. 39 www.sound.net
46. A Genealogical Dictionary of First settlers of New England, James Savage, p. 271; www.wizard.net/aldonna/pratt.htm says ABT 1638;
47. www.concentric.net/hrholmes/genealogy; www.jedh.com/genealogy/d0011 ;
48. www.sound.net says 27 Dec 1723, Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts; www.concentric.net/hrholmes/genealogy says 27 Dec 1723, Stonington, New London , Connecticut;
49. www.sound.net says 27 Dec 1723, Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts; www.concentric.net/hrholmes/genealogy says 27 Dec 1723, Stonington, New London , Connecticut;
50. A Genealogical Dictionary of First settlers of New England, James Savage, p. 271; www.wizard.net/aldonna/pratt.htm says ABT 1638;
51. Vital Records of Reading, Massachusetts to the year 1950, Thomas W. Baldwin
52. Vital Records of Reading, Massachusetts to the year 1950, Thomas W. Baldwin, p. 501; www.wizard.net/aldonna/pratt.htm ;
53. A Genealogical Dictionary of The first settlers of New England says 1566 www.gendex.com
54. www.gendex.com says Inkborrow,Worcester,ENGLAND; www.best.com/bearbr/genealogy/bb says 24 Jan 1649, Inkborrow,Worcester,ENGLAND ;
55. LSpe177000@aol.com
56. LSpe177000@aol.com
57. www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue; bryant.mills@worldspan.com;
58. www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue; bryant.mills@worldspan.com
59. bryant.mills@worldspan.com
60. bryant.mills@worldspan.com
61. www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue; bryant.mills@worldspan.com
62. www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue; bryant.mills@worldspan.com;
63. www.sound.net; www.jedh.com/genealogy/d0011 ; www.concentric.net/hrholmes/genealogy;
64. www.sound.net; www.concentric.net/hrholmes/genealogy ; www.jedh.com/genealogy/d0011 ;
65. www.sound.net says 27 Dec 1723, Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts; www.concentric.net/hrholmes/genealogy says 27 Dec 1723, Stonington, New London , Connecticut;
66. www.sound.net says 27 Dec 1723, Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts; www.concentric.net/hrholmes/genealogy says 27 Dec 1723, Stonington, New London , Connecticut;
67. www.sound.net; www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres says 1625/28, Of,Inkborrow,Worcestershire,England;
68. rmontgom@burgoyne.com
69. www.sound.net
70. rmontgom@burgoyne.com
71. www.sound.net says 1666, Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts; www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres says 1664/1674, Lynn, Essex, MA;
72. www.sound.net says 1729; www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres says Aug 1733, Stonington,New London,CT; rmontgom@burgoyne.com says Aug 1733;
73. Vital Records of Reading, Massachusetts, p. 501; www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres ;
74. www.sound.net says 1700; www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres says 1700, Lynn,Essex,MA;
75. www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue; bryant.mills@worldspan.com;
76. www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue; bryant.mills@worldspan.com says Feb-1533/34 ;
77. Ancestral File, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1998).