Section HI: Descendants of Charles Brown

David Thaler
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Report generated by MagiCensus Deluxe v5.1.0 on 29 June 2017
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Generation One

1. CHARLES1 BROWN was born about 1623[5], and died in Dec. 1687[5]. He married (AR-4) MARY ACYE, daughter of (AR-3) William and (UM-2) Margaret (HAITON) ACYE, who was born about 1623[5], and died in Dec. 1683[5]. [6, 5]
Child:
+2i.BERIAH2 BROWN, b. on 8 July 1648[5]; d. between Feb. 1717 and 1718[5]; m. about 1685[9] (AGW-2) ABIGAIL PHENIX, d. in 1689, daughter of (AGW-1) Alexander and (AKZ-2) Abigail (SEWALL) PHENIX.


Generation Two

2. BERIAH2 BROWN (Charles1), son of (1) Charles1 and (AR-4) Mary (ACYE) BROWN, was born on 8 July 1648[5], and died between Feb. 1717 and Dec. 1718[5]. He married about 1685[9], (AGW-2) ABIGAIL PHENIX, daughter of (AGW-1) Alexander and (AKZ-2) Abigail (SEWALL) PHENIX, who died in 1689. [6, 9, 5]
Child:
+3i.ALEXANDER3 BROWN, b. about 1690 in Kingston, Washington Co., Rhode Island, United States[9]; d. in 1758[7] in Kingston[9]; m. (1) (VR-3) HONOUR HULING, b. about 1692[5], d. before 1758[5], daughter of (VR-2) Alexander and (ATB-22) Elizabeth (WIGHTMAN) HULING; m. (2) LYDIA _____.


Generation Three

3. ALEXANDER3 BROWN (Beriah2, Charles1), son of (2) Beriah2 and (AGW-2) Abigail (PHENIX) BROWN, was born in Kingston[9], and died in 1758[7] in Kingston[9]. He married (1st) (VR-3) HONOUR HULING, daughter of (VR-2) Alexander and (ATB-22) Elizabeth (WIGHTMAN) HULING, who was born about 1692[5], and died before 1758[5]. He married (2nd) LYDIA _____. [6, 9, 7]
Child of: Alexander3 BROWN and Honour HULING:
+4i.BERIAH4 BROWN, b. on 16 Jan. 1715[7, 9] in North Kingstown, Washington Co.[7, 9]; d. on 8 July 1792[7]; m. (ALV-2) ELIZABETH SMITH, daughter of (ALV-1) Joseph and Sarah (STAFFORD) SMITH.


Generation Four

4. BERIAH4 BROWN (Alexander3, Beriah2, Charles1), son of (3) Alexander3 and (VR-3) Honour (HULING) BROWN, was born on 16 Jan. 1715[7, 9] in North Kingstown[7, 9], and died on 8 July 1792[7]. He married (ALV-2) ELIZABETH SMITH, daughter of (ALV-1) Joseph and Sarah (STAFFORD) SMITH.

From the 1774 census, in Rhode Island[1]:

Name: Brown, Beriah
3 White males 16+ (Beriah 59, ?, ?)
1 White female 16+ (Elizabeth 22-64)

From the 1777 census, in North Kingstown[4]:

NameAgeRemarks
Beriah Brown60+1 N

From the 2 Aug. 1790 census, in North Kingstown[2]:

Name: Beriah Brown
2 Free White males 16+ (Beriah 75, ?)
1 Free White female 0+ (Elizabeth 37-80?????)
5 Slaves females 0+ (Elizabeth 37-80, ?, ?, ?, ??)

[7, 9, 1, 2, 3, 4]
Child:
+5i.SARAH5 BROWN, b. on 2 Sept. 1766[5] in Rhode Island[5]; d. on 12 April 1836[5] in Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, United States[5]; m. (ARK-6) JENCKES WAIT, b. in Exeter, Washington Co.[8] on 3 March 1759[5], d. in Franklin Co.[5] on 22 Feb. 1824[5], son of (ARK-5) Samuel and (WZ-5) Ancilles (JENCKES) WAIT.

Generation Five

5. SARAH5 BROWN (Beriah4, Alexander3, Beriah2, Charles1), daughter of (4) Beriah4 and (ALV-2) Elizabeth (SMITH) BROWN, was born on 2 Sept. 1766[5] in Rhode Island[5], and died on 12 April 1836[5] in Columbus[5]. She married (ARK-6) JENCKES WAIT, son of (ARK-5) Samuel and (WZ-5) Ancilles (JENCKES) WAIT, who was born on 3 March 1759[5] in Exeter[8], and died on 22 Feb. 1824[5] in Franklin Co.[5]. [5]
Child: See (ARK-6) Jenckes WAIT



1. 1774 Rhode Island Colonial Census.
2. 1790 United States Federal Census, North Kingstown, Washington Co., Rhode Island, 88; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
3. 1777 Rhode Island Military Census.
4. 1777 Rhode Island Military Census, North Kingstown, Washington Co., 56.
5. Donna Spence, to Dave Thaler, e-mail.
6. Mary Ross Whitman, George Wightman of Quidnessett, R.I. and Descendants (Chicago, Illinois: Chauncey Leonard Whitman?, 1939), 15.
7. Ibid., 16.
8. G. Andrews Moriarty, Jr., "Thomas Waite of Portsmouth, R. I., and Some of His Descendants," New England Historical and Genealogical Register (Oct. 1919): 303.
9. Thomas Williams Bicknell, The History of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations (New York: American Historical Society, 1920), 5:163.