ALL BROWNS, 1870 CENSUS
GREENE COUNTY TN
Submitted by Stevie Hughes

 
 
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COMMENTS BY:  STEVIE HUGHES, STEVIE1302@AOL.COM            
MARRIAGE INFORMATION IS TAKEN FROM E. TN MARRIAGES BY SISTLER.        
IN THE LEFT HAND COLUMN I HAVE ANNOTATED THE PAGE AND HOUSEHOLD IN WHICH A PERSON APPEARED  
IN THE PRIOR, 1860 CENSUS.  COMMENTS ANNOTATED IN 1860 MAY NOT NECESSARILY BE REPEATED HERE.  
                   
MANY CHANGES IN THE POPULATION OCCURRED BETWEEN 1860 AND 1870.  THE CIVIL WAR YEARS HAD A SIGNIFICANT
IMPACT ON GREENE COUNTY.   THIS IMPACT IS SEEN BY THE NUMEROUS WIDOWS AND ORPHANS IN THE  
1870 CENSUS.  FREED SLAVES ARE NOW ALSO ENUMERATED.  AFTER THE CIVIL WAR, MANY OF THE EARLIER RESIDENTS
HAVE LEFT; AND CONVERSELY, MANY NEW PEOPLE HAVE MOVED IN.          
                   
I APOLIGIZE IN ADVANCE FOR ANY MISTAKES IN JUDGEMENT OR ASSUMPTIONS THAT MAY APPEAR BELOW.  
THIS EXTRACT IS TAKEN FROM A TRANSCRIPTION OF THE 1870 CENSUS, WHICH MAY OR MAY NOT BE COMPLETE.
                   
AREA HOUSE# NAME AGE            
1860 =   RACE                
Horse Creek,                    
1ST District                    
NA 174/118   James 29; Margaret 27; William B. 8; Ira A.H. 7; Harriet J. 4; Robert A. 2
    COMMENT:   James married Margaret White on 1-6-1861    
Caney Branch                    
3rd District                    
possibly 188/18   George 30; Mary C. 32; Rebecca C. 10; Margaret E. 8; Jonathan C. 6; 
247/1269??         Abraham L. 4; Payne A. D. 1      
    COMMENT:   They are possibly George K. Brown and Mary Elizabeth Mahoney,
        married 12-17-1856 in Wash. Co TN.  They are not in the 1880 census.
                   
                   
196/141 black Gray 15; living with Boney CHITWOOD, age 20 born NC (black family)
                   
196/142 black Samuel 35, born SC; blacksmith; Julia 18 NC; Harriet 13 SC; Loueza H. 11 SC; Sopha 6 SC
                   
                   
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Warrensburg                    
NA 212/154   Michael 26; Catharine 23; William M. 3; Luther G. 1    
                   
Little Chucky,                    
5th District                    
243/939 220/68   Charles 48; Lucin SHAW, age 45 (black)      
    COMMENT: Charles will marry Mary Richardson.  He is s/o Sarah (Foster) and Peter Brown.
      Charles F., b. 5-4-1822; d. 4-14-1899 buried Bewley's Chapel  
                   
243/942 221/76   William P. 46; Sidny K. 38; Harriet L. 17; Elnoree 14; Peter G. 12;  
        Lincoln 4; William P. 2; Leeoto 6 mos.    
    COMMENT: He is s/o Sarah (Foster) and Peter Brown buried at Timber Ridge Cemetery
      Lawsuits in 1840's and 1850's establish his parentage.    
      Buried Bewley's Chapel:  William P., b. 4-25-1824; d. 5-19-1897;  
      Sons: George Peter, b. 1858; d. 1928; Lincoln, b. 6-11-1866; d. 7-25-1930
      Orphan Court 10-3-1870:  William P. guardian of Harriet L., Ellener, Peter G.
Midway,                    
6th District                    
NA 225/1   Lorra 6; William 10; living with William GLASCOCK, 66 born NC; "miller" and family
                   
NA 225/8   Jane 22 living with James PIRCE, 51 born IL; and family  
                   
Bulls Gap,                    
6th District                    
247/1269 234/133   Elizabeth 60; Jane 32; Eliza 22; Sarah 19; Amanda 17    
    COMMENT: They are near the Willoughby families; and may be associated with David Brown
      who died in the mid-1840's leaving a Will, William Willoughby, Executor.
                   
247/1269 235/156   Andrew 27; Nancy 20; Florance 3; Sarah 4 months    
    COMMENT: They are possibly Andrew J. Brown and Angess "M". Wilds, married 9-23-1862
      in Washington Co. TN??   Buried at Oka Grove Cemetery are:  
      Andrew J.,b. 12-16-1834; d. 5-11-1901; Agness N., b. 9-12-1842; d. 8-21-1901
possibly                    
247/1272?? 235/157   Joseph 30; Sarah 11; Elizabeth 9; Mollie 6; James 4    
                   
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NA 236/165   Franklin 35; Kate 30; James 6; Oliver 2      
1850=     COMMENT: He is Francis M. Brown, s/o Moses.  1st TN Cavalry Company M.  
p. 237 hh 1454       Married Phebe Catherine Henry on 8-13-1865.  They are in 1880 Census.
      Both die in Greene County; burial place not yet identified.    
      Possibly in unmarked graves at Roaring Springs Cemetery where Catherine's
      parents, Gabriel and Phebe Henry are buried.      
Greeneville,                    
8th District                    
1860=NA 250/48   Jacob 38; Phebe 27; Martha E. 11; James 7; Catherine 5; John A. 4; Allice 8 mo.
1850 possibly     COMMENT: He is possibly s/o Joseph and Lydia Hammons Brown, and brother to Joseph Jr.,
pg 278 hh 2065       who died in Civil War, 1st TN Cavalry. Jacob is mentioned in brother's pension claim. 
      Jacob, 12th TN Cav. Co. A, is in the 1890 Soldiers Census living in Mosheim.
                   
265/844 250/53   Ebernezar 41; Martha 39; John W. 21; Margaret 16; Julia F. 14;  
        Richard 13; Mordiciah 11; Peter 9; Syntha 4; Robert 2  
    COMMENT: Son of Peter and Margaret Collett Brown.      
      Buried at New Bethel Cemetery:  Ebinezer, b. 10-15-1829; d. 7-10-1897; 
      Martha L., b. 5-24-1831;d. 4-17-1886; John W., b. 5-14-1849; d. 6-13-1875;
      Peter E., b. 1-25-1862; d. 5-4-1882        
                   
1860=NA 251/58   Catherine 45; living with William J. FORRESTER, age 29 born GA, and family
1850, possibly     COMMENT: She is possibly d/o Joseph and Lydia Hammons Brown, and brother to Joseph Jr.,
pg 278 hh 2065       who died in Civil War, 1st TN Cavalry.  Catherine Brown is named in Joseph Jr.'s
      pension as guardian of his son, John B. Strother Brown. (Orphan Court 12-2-1867)
                   
1860=possibly 251/60   John 14; living with Thomas EAVANS, age 29 born NC, and family
266/862     COMMENT: He is possibly John B. Strother Brown, son of Joseph and Martha Harrison Brown.
      Father, Joseph, died Civil War, 1st TN Cavalry.  Mother, Martha, died before 1857.
      Catherine Brown was appointed guardian on 12-2-1867. See Catherine in hh# 251/58
                   
1860=NA 251/65   William A. 22; Mary J. 21; Marthy J. 1; James U. 2 mos.; Emma ALSHY, 13
1850=307 210     COMMENT: Married Mary Jane Ailshie.        
      Son of Peter and Margaret Collett Brown.  Buried Brown Springs Cemetery:
      W.A. Brown, b. 5-21-1849; d. 4-27-1917; Mary, b. 5-10-1850; d. 3-1-1929, 
      son, J. U., b. 1870; d. 1939.        
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Greeneville, 274/96   Sarah 21; living with John N. STEVENS, 32 born MY; "trader"; and family
10th District                    
289/636 274/98   John 64; merchant; Rebecca 42; Fanny 8; Harry 3      
    COMMENT: Son of Joseph and Elizabeth Alexander Brown.      
      John Brown married the widow, Mrs. Rebecca Rabe.  Both buried Old Harmony:
      John A., b. 8-10-1804; d. 12-2-1880; Rebecca L., b. 11-1-1827; d. 3-3-1891
      They are in the 1880 census; John's father is born in Ireland.    
                   
286/603 275/116   William R. 50; merchant; Mary J. 38; Augusta (L.) 17; Sophia (E.) 15; William H. 12; Mary G. 6
    COMMENT: Mary is William's second wife:  Mary Johnson Stover, d/o Pres. Andrew Johnson.
      William's first wife was Mary Sophia Lincoln (1833-1867), buried Oak Grove Cemetery.
      Buried Oak Grove Cemetery:  William Heiskel Brown, b. 12-7-1857; d. 9-9-1928;
      Augusta Lincoln, b. 2-23-1853; d. 7-22-1938; Sophia Elizabeth, b. 10-3-1854; d. 1-10-1941;
      Mary Gertrude, b. Sept. 1864; d 6-26-1945, w/o David E. Wilds.  
                   
277/153 Mulatto George 30 born VA Mary 20; John 9        
                   
277/154 Mulatto Franklin 13 born SC living in the household of Madison JONES, 35, "brickmason" and family
                (mulatto family)
                   
NA 279/185   Charles 28, born IN; "carpenter"; living in household of William A. GODFREY, 33, born NY;
            "hotel keeper"; and family  
                   
280/5 Mulatto Scott 10 born SC; living in household of Rufus VANCE 40, and family (mulatto family)
                   
288/628 284/60   Joseph R. 54; merchant; Frances J. 44; Mary 23; James B. 22; Julia 21;  
      Charles M. 18; Henry R. 16; Fanny N. 13; Bessie 10; Clarnantha J. 21
    COMMENT: They are in the 1880 census.  Joseph's father was born in Ireland. Buried Oak Grove:
      Joseph R.,b. 5-1-1814;d. 12-25-1892; Francis Josephine,b.12-25-1826;d. 5-23-1905
                   
1860=290/648 285/86   Jane M. 47; William 17; Laura E. 15; James 13    
    COMMENT: Jane Marie (McAmis), widow of James Brown, s/o Jotham and Margaret Brown.
      Buried Cross Anchor: James: b. 7-31-1815; d. 8-29-1857; Jane M.: b. 3-6-1820;
      d. 5-11-1881; Laura Ellen, b. 9-16-1854; d. 10-23-1883.  Buried Oak Grove Cem.:
      William C. Maloney Brown, b. 11-13-1852; d. 2-24-1930; James Thomas Brown,
       b. 2-21-1857; d. 2-22-1895.        
      Missing from Jane's household is John Wilson Brown, b. 2-24-1848; d. 4-10-1875,
      buried Old Harmony, who will marry Fannie A. Hoss on 11-12-1870 in Washington County.
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286/96 Mulatto Lindy 18; living in household of William ANDERSON, 40, (mulatto)  
Laurel Gap,                    
11th District                    
NA for 1860 288/22   John M. 52; Phebe 44; Elizabeth 21; (Moses) Cornelius 19; Isaac 17; Martha 8; Thomas 4
1850=p238,     COMMENT: In 1860, this family is in Hawkins County, next door to parents, Moses Brown, 68, 
          hh 1473        and Sarah 67.   Moses is a son of Sylvanus.  John M. is deceased by the 1880
      Census.  Phebe is still in Greene County.  Their burial place is not known, however,
      they are possibly buried at Price Cemetery or Cross Anchor Cemetery.  (Isaac's wife,
      Rutha J. Brown (1861-1916) is buried at Price.)      
                   
296/702 290/50   Elija A. 45; Hiley 40, born IN; Mary 16 born IN; William (L.) 14; "Lou" (Lucinda) 12; Perry (A.) 11;
                Andrew (J.) 9; Henry (??)3;
    COMMENT: Elijah Alexander Brown and his wife, Hila/Hiley Fields Brown.   
      Elijah is the son of William Brown and grandson of David Brown.  
      Buried at Brown's Mountain Cemetery:      
      Elijah A. Brown, b. 5-23-1824; d. 5-13-1904; Hiley, b. 5-3-1835; d. 7-25-1915.
      Perry Allen, b. 6-5-1861; d. 4-21-1934; Andrew Johnson, b. 11-8-1864; d. 9-3-1950;
      The child "Henry"(??), appears to be son Richard Newton, b. 9-1-1868; d. 7-4-1923
      Buried at Butcher's Valley Cemetery in Hawkins County:    
      Dau. Mary, b. Dec 1854; d. 1904, w/o Spencer Z. Ball.    
      Dau. Sarah Lucinda, b. 2-5-1859; d. 3-31-1942, w/o Anthony G. Smith.
                   
296/703 292/69   Richard 39; Martha 40; Margaret 10; William (Elbert) 6; Mary B. 1; Mary J. 13
    COMMENT: Married Martha E. Campbell on 10-8-1857.      
      Richard Woods Brown is the son of William and grandson of David Brown.
      Mary J., age 13, is not a daughter.  (She may be counted twice??-   
      see Mary, age 16, in Richard's brother, Elijah's, household.)  
      After Richard's death, Martha married Jacob Morris.  They are in the 1880 census.
      Buried in Price Cemetery in Romeo: Richard W. Brown, b. 8-21-1832; d. March 1875;
      Martha Brown Morris, b. 1839; d. 1902; Son, James Wiley, b. 1866; d. 1950;
      Daughters, Lucinda Cordelia, b. 1858; d. 1864; and Eliza, b. 1863; d. 1864.
      Daughter, Margaret, b. April 1860; d. 1939, buried at Mt. Valley Church of the Brethren,
      w/o Henry Luster.          
      Daughter, Mary Beladora, b. August 1869, married 2-16-1895 Samuel H. Webster.
      They left Greene County after 1900.        
      Son William Elbert Brown apparently left Greene County after 1886.  
                   
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Romeo                    
296/696 296/121   Martin 30; Elizabeth 27; Robert 4; Alice 2; John 1; William 19  
    COMMENT: He is Martin VanBuren Brown; s/o William Brown and grandson of David Brown.
      Martin Van Buren married Westy Elizabeth Carter on 12-8-1865  
      Buried Price Cemetery in Romeo:        
      Martin, b. 4-25-1839; d. 5-7-1893; Westie E., b. 9-23-184X; d. 4-12-1922;
      Robert G., b. 10-28-1866; d. 2-13-1906;  John C., b. 1869; d. 6-15-1873.
      Daughter Laura Alice married c. 1886 to Thias P. Couch.    
      Daughters born after 1870:        
      Ida Bell, b. 12-12-1874; d. 3-6-1898, buried Price Cem., w/o George A. Waits;
      Cora J., b. 1879; d. 1946, buried New Bethel, w/o Vincent "Dick" Anderson.
                   
296/701 296/122   William 53; Harriett 47; David 29        
    COMMENT: He is William Lewis Brown, s/o William and g/son of David Brown.  
      He married Harriett Smith 3-25-1841; both buried Price Cemetery:  
      W.L. Brown, b. 6-11-1817; d. 5-27-1880; Harriet C., b. 2-11-1820; d. 8-15-1874
      William Lewis remarried to Deborah Caldwell, who is in the 1880 census.
      Son David A. Brown, b. 1-15-1842; d. 5-3-1911, buried Butcher's Valley Cemetery.
                   
392/819 300/180   John 13 living in household of Nancy HENRY, age 68, and family  
    COMMENT: orphan s/o John H. and Sarah Henry Brown.       
      John H. Brown died during Civil War, 8th TN Infantry Co. D, in Andersonville
      Prison.  John H. was the son of William and grandson of David Brown.
                   
392/819 300/181   Sarah 15 living in household of John C. HENRY, age 35, and family
    COMMENT: orphan d/o John H. and Sarah Henry Brown.      
      Sarah Angela Brown, b. 3-30-1855; married 11-25-1877 Allen Newton Pierce and
      migrated to Missouri.          
                   
392/819 300/183   Mary 18 living in household of John R. SAYLER, age 38, and family
    COMMENT: orphan d/o John H. and Sarah Henry Brown.      
      Mary J., b. 3-6-1853; died c.1878.  She married 12-6-1874 to  
      Alexander Thompson.  He remarried 12-8-1878.      
                   
    SEVERAL OF THE ORPHANED CHILDREN OF JOHN H. AND SARAH HENRY BROWN WOULD
    LATER MIGRATED TO MISSOURI.          
                   
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Cross Anchor                    
12th District 311/138   Archable 30 Sarah 31; Sarah 4; Mary 1      
307/466     COMMENT: s/o Hugh Brown and g/son of Jotham and Margaret Maloney Brown  
      Archabal married Sarah Jane Susong on 12-26-1865; both buried Cross Anchor:
      Arch B., b. 10-19-1840; d. 10-28-1892; Sarah, b. 12-29-1847; d. 6-11-1894
      Daughter, Sarah Margaret, b. 3-18-1867; d. 9-16-1896.      
      Daughter, Mary Alice married William Curtis Malone.  They moved to Texas
      where she died in 1945.          
      Children born after 1870 included:        
      Charles A., b. 11-23-1873; d. 9-10-1938 buried Cross Anchor.  
      Cora, b. 1881; d. 1947 buried Cross Anchor, w/o Robert A. Brumley;  
      Lou, b. 1882; married Ben Weems and moved to Texas where she died.
      Claudia, b. 1889, married John J. Kidwell.      
      Georgia Leo, b. 6-1-1892; d. 3-10-1959 buried Cross Anchor, w/o George Ross.
                   
307/468 311/141   James D. 38; Elizabeth 32; Margaret 9; Charlie 8; Noah 3; Marion 2  
    COMMENT: s/o Hugh and g/son of Jotham and Margaret Maloney Brown  
      James D. Brown married Elizabeth Stine on 9-22-1859; both buried Cross Anchor:
      James D., b. 6-13-1831; d. 2-26-1878; Elizabeth, b. 5-14-1835; d. 11-12-1894;
      Hugh Marion, b. 1868; d. 2-28-1935;        
      The son, "Noah" in 1870 is transcribed as "Nora C., son" in 1880.  
      The daughter, Margaret J., married William Hulse on 1-13-1880.  
      Two additional children were born after 1870:  Elbert, born c. 1871; and Mary born c. 1874.
      In the 1880 household is Feba L. Brown, "other", born c. 1878, who is unidentified.
                   
309/489 312/143   John  31 Josephine 21, Charles 2      
    COMMENT: s/o Robert and g/son of Jotham and Margaret Maloney Brown  
      John married Josephine Thompson on 9-12-1867; both buried Cross Anchor:
      John, b. 9-23-1827; d. 8-25-1917; Josephine, b. 9-30-1849; d. 1-15-1921
      Buried Fortner Cemetery:  Charles B., b. 8-3-1868; d. 6-16-1958.  
      Children born after 1870 included:        
      Mary "Mollie", b. 1870; d. 1949 Cross Anchor, 1st married George R. Gass;
      2nd married George Milburn Morrison.      
      Robert Hunley, b. May 1872; d. 1945 buried Cross Anchor;  
      William Davis, b. 11-13-1875; d. 6-1-1952 buried Cross Anchor.  
      Elijah K., b. May 1878 and died in Washington D.C.    
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309/489 312/144   Robert 62 Ann 60; Rebecka 31; Margaret 23; Abner 22; Sarah 20; Robert (A.) 17
    COMMENT: s/o Jotham and Margaret Maloney Brown.  Robert married Anna Babb on
      10-20-1835.  Buried at Cross Anchor:  Robert, b. 6-26-1808; d. 7-2-1892;
       Anna M., b. 4-5-1810; d. 4-15-1877; Rebecca Jane, b. 1836; d. 8-26-1916;
      Margaret E., b. 9-29-1848; d. 10-4-1919, w/o James Henry; Sarah Elizabeth, 
      b. 11-27-1850; d. 9-26-1923, w/o Perris F. Conn.    
      Son, A. (Abner) R., b. 5-7-1848; d. 9-17-1886      
      Buried Oak Grove:  Son, Robert Alexander, b. 2-18-1853; d. 3-25-1919.
Greeneville,                    
13th District                    
319/84 black Elizabeth  30; David 8; Eliza 6; In household of Elihn SALES, age 93 born NC;
          and family. (black family)  
                   
                   
Fullens Depot                    
308/479 329/45   John 57; Sarah 44; Electa18; Israel 16; Mary 13; Jane 10; Lula 2;Grunfield, 21
 (This area     COMMENT: "John" (Johnson) Brown married Sarah Woolsey 7-29-1846.    
was later       Son of Jotham and Margaret Brown.  Buried at Cross Anchor:  
Afton)       John, b. 5-13-1813; d. 11-9-1884; son Alexander N. b. 7-31-1847; d. 11-7-1865.
      Buried Shiloh Cemetery: Sarah W., b. 1826; d. 1910; Electra, b. 1851; d. 1912;
      Grince T. Brown, b. 1849; d. 1933; Jane, b. 7-6-1860; d. 6-28-1952, w/o Landon C.
      Haynes; Dau. Mary, b. 10-13-1857; d. 9-19-1898, w/o Stephen L. Williams.
      Son Israel Woolsy Brown migrated to Kansas.      
      Daughter, Lula married 9-25-1890 to C. W. Quillen and lived in Hamblen County.
Home,                    
14th District                    
307/466 330/61   Hugh 60; Lucinda 49; William H. 10; Joseph R. 8; Hugh M.(Montgomery)  5
    COMMENT: Hugh married his 2nd wife, Lucinda Stonecypher on 12-4-1856.  
      He is son of Jotham and Margaret Maloney Brown.  Buried Cross Anchor:
      Hugh, b.9-24-1809; d. 6-21-1871; 1st wife, Sarah (Samples), b. 1805; d. 8-19-1855.
      Lucinda and her 3 sons are in the 1880 census.  None of the 3 sons are in the 1900
      or later census.  Montgomery married Zula Kidwell, who remarried to John Frank Brown
       (both buried Cross Anchor Cemetery)      
                   
326/591 330/64   James 51 Phebe 50; Josephine 20      
                   
                   
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Rheatown,                    
15th District                    
394/846 333/100   "Joseph" 62; Hannah 38; Benjamin 16; Catharine 14; William P. 11; Ester C. 9; 
NOTE: SHOULD BE JOTHAM   Margaret 7; Nancy GARNER, 17      
    COMMENT: The census enumeration is incorrect.  "Joseph" is JOTHAM Brown.  Refer to the
      1860 census for additional information.  He is s/o Sylvanus Brown.  
      Jotham married a 2nd time to Hannah GARNER on 6-15-1858.  
      Jotham signed his Will on 4-10-1875. His burial place has not been located,
      however, it is extremely probable he is buried at Cross Anchor in an unmarked grave.
      Son, Wilkerson "Wils" Benjamin, b. August 1853; burial place not known.
      Son, William Pickens "Pic", b. 6-15-1859; d. 3-25-1935 buried Mt. Zion Cem.
      Dau., Esther C. married 12-22-1878 Henry R. Humbert and lived in Richmond, VA.
      Dau., Margaret M., b. 11-21-1862; d. 4-30-1949 Fairview Cem., w/o Wm B. Hope.
                   
316/308 333/113   John 38; Nancy 36 born NC; Julia A. 12; Marcy C. 9, William 6; Jacob F. 5;
        George W. 3; James F. 3 months; John MORRISON 16  
    COMMENT:   Married Nancy Ford on 11-23-1856.    
        S/O Joseph and Lydia Hammonds Brown    
        He may be the John Brown who served with 60th TN Mounted Infantry?
                   
343/153 335/5   William 65 Mary 60; Jane 28; Rachal 22; William TRUIT (??) 22, born VA; Ruth 20;
        John MIRES, 91        
    COMMENT: William married Polly Myers on 1-4-1840.      
      This is a Quaker Family.  Refer to the 1860 census.      
      Buried at New Hope Cemetery:  Wm., b. 3-24-1805; d. 3-30-1883;  
      Mary, b. 12-12-1809; d. 3-4-1873.        
                   
335/9   George 9 in household of Jacob NAFF, 65, born VA, and family  
                   
344/168 341/101   Rachal 68; Ira, 46 "carpenter"; Rachel 40; Marium 19 (all siblings)  
    COMMENT: This is a Quaker Family.  Buried at New Hope:  Rachel (Bales) Brown:
      b. 1801; d. 1884; Son, Ira, b. 1823; d. 1907      
                   
                   
                   
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NA 341/107   Brown Orphans: William 14; Daniel 12; Thomas 10; Mathew 8; James 5; Mary 3  
        In household of Patrick FLIN 38 and wife Elmira 34, Sarah 4 mos.
    COMMENT: ELMIRA Perry married John BROWN on 7-2-1854, bond by William Brown.
      This is possibly a remarriage for ELMIRA Perry Brown FLIN???  
                   
                   
1860 = NA 345/150   Richard 35; Malvina 21; Joseph 2; Thomas 5 mos;  Mary MARSHALL 19
1850, possibly     COMMENT: A Richard Brown married Minerva Mitchell on 11-6-1865 in Washington Co TN???
pg 307 hh 210       Richard and Malvina (Minerva??) are not in the 1880 Greene Co.census
      Possibly son of Peter and Margaret Collett Brown???    
                   
308/477 350/1   Eliza 36 Margaret 26; Martha 22; Rufis 20; Hugh; 18; Sarah 13;  
        (Allace) Cordlia 11; Elizabeth 7      
    COMMENT: Eliza is Nancy Eliza Kidwell who married William Brown on 9-4-1837.  
      Son of Sylvanus Brown.  Refer to 1860 Census for additional information.
      Buried Cross Anchor:  William, b. 1-2-1819; d. 2-6-1863; Hugh H., b. 6-23-1852;
      d. 3-20-1928; Daughter, Emma, b. 12-12-1854; d. 11-20-1856.  
      Eliza migrated to Livingston Co. Illinois by 1880, possible with her youngest children.
                   
394/848 352/29   James H. 42, miller; Mary A. 40; Nancy 20; Sarah 16; Phebe 15; Lida 14; Eliza 10;
           Phelix?? Brown 17 "farm laborer"; Mary E. CRUMLEY 10
    COMMENT: James H. married Mary Ann Henry/Hendry, 8-8-1849; both buried Cross Anchor:
      James Harvey Brown is son of Moses and grandson of Sylvanus.  
      Buried Cross Anchor:  James, b. 4-12-1828; d. 3-17-1900;    
      Mary Ann, b. 1-18-1830; d. 8-4-1897; Nancy C., b. 5-29-1850; d. 11-19-1887,
      w/o James W. McCollum; Sarah Elizabeth, b. 1853; d. 1925, w/o James Snow;
      Pheby J., died 1922, w/o Charles A. Hawkins; Emma Matilda, b. 1873; d. 1930,
      Mrs. John H. McAmis.          
      Dau. Lydia A. married 7-11-1880 to Loranz O.D. Sumner.    
      Dau. Eliza B. married 12-31-1897 to James Walker.    
      Daughter born after 1870:  Emma Matilda, b. 1873; d. 1930 buried Cross Anchor,
      w/o John H. McAmis (married 5-16-1901)      
      Mary Elizabeth CRUMLEY was the orphaned daughter of Alfred Wilkerson and
      Nancy Henry CRUMLEY, 8th TN Infantry Co D.  Mary Elizabeth, b. 1860; d. 1931, 
      buried Cross Anchor, w/o Marion F. Click.      
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Laurel Gap,                    
16th District                    
NA, in 1860 355/70   James 23 in household of James MURPHY, age 58, and family  
Hawkins Co.     COMMENT: He is possibly James H.,13, in the 1860 Hawkins Co household of John M. Brown,
      s/o Moses, who in 1870 is in Greene Co, #288/22, Laurel Gap, District 11.
      James H. Brown will marry Mary A. Haynes on 9-22-1870.   
      James H. is s/o John M., grand-s/o Moses, and great grand-s/o of Sylvanus Brown.
Cedar Lane,                    
17th District??                    
361/419 375/187   John 32 Serenia 28; Mary 10; James F. 7      
    COMMENT: He may be a son of Zachariah Brown, see #375/188.    
      Buried Pleasant Hill Cemetery:  John S., b. 6-23-1838, no DOD;  
      Serena, b. 12-20-1840; d. 1-15-1916.      
                   
                   
361/418 375/188   Zachariah 61 Mary 53; Nancy WICKMAN 35; Zacharia 10; Laura 8  
    COMMENT: Per 1st Tennessee Settlers and Soldiers, both Zachariah and Mary are
Limestone       buried at Bethesda Presbyterian Church Cemetery.    
Springs,                    
18th District                    
NA 382/60   Jonathan 51, born VA; "physician"; Christopher 14, born VA    
                   
NA 388/150   Henry 24, born OH; Jane A. 29; William P. 10; Mary M. 8; Susan C. 5; Laura 2
                   
                   
Midway,                    
19th District                    
399/36 black Michael 10 born SC; in household of Robert CROSBY 38, and family (black family)
                   
                   
248/1284 402/86   Woodson 53 Ann 50; George W. 17; James A. 13; Ephram M. 11; Joseph G. 6
                   
possibly 403/97   Thomas 20 "section hand"; Eliza J. 27; Leona 1;      
248/1284??           William 7, Eliza L. 6, James 4 "DONTHAT"???
    COMMENT: A second marriage for Eliza???  Marriage not in Burgner Marriages.  
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403/99 mulatto William 1, born NC; in household of George LUTRELL, 24, "blacksmith" and family
                   
403/101 mulatto Birt 12, born NC; in household of David K. SELF, 38, "merchant" and family
                   
Rheatown,                    
20th District                    
394-846 408/22   Elbert 20; Susanna 21; Mary 2; Dobson DODD, 16