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John Brown’s Children

Marriage to Dianthe Lusk:

John Brown Jr., born July 25, 1821 at Hudson, Ohio; died May 2, 1895, at Put-in-Bay Island, Ohio. Married Wealthy Hotchkiss

Jason Brown, born January 19, 1823, at Hudson, Ohio; died December 24, 1912, at Akron, Ohio. Married Ellen Sherbondy

Owen Brown, born November 4, 1824, at Hudson, Ohio; died January 9, 1889, at Pasadena, California.

Frederick Brown, born January 9, 1827, at Richmond, Pennsylvania; died March 31, 1831.

Ruth Brown, born February 18, 1829, at Richmond, Pennsylvania; died January 18, 1904 at Pasadena, California. Married Henry Thompson.

Frederick Brown, born December 31, 1830, at Richmond, Pennsylvania; died August 30, 1856, at Ossawatomie, Kansas.

Unnamed son, born and died August 7, 1832.


Marriage to Mary Ann Day:

Sarah Brown, born May 11, 1834, at Richmond, Pennsylvania; died September 23, 1843.

Watson Brown, born October 7, 1835, at Franklin, Ohio; died October 19, 1859, at Harpers Ferry, Virginia. Married Isabella Thompson

Salmon Brown, born October 2, 1836, at Hudson; died May 10, 1919, at Portland, Oregon. Married Abbie Hinkley

Charles Brown, born November 3, 1837, at Hudson, Ohio; died September 11, 1843

Oliver Brown, born March 9, 1839, at Franklin, Ohio; died October 17, 1859, at Harpers Ferry, Virginia. Married Martha Brewster

Peter Brown, born December 7, 1840, at Hudson, Ohio; died September 22, 1843

Austin Brown, born September 14, 1842, at Richfield, Ohio; died September 22, 1843

Annie Brown, born December 23, 1832, at Richfield, Ohio; died October 5, 1926, at Shively, California. Married Samuel Adams

Amelia Brown, born June 22, 1845, at Akron, Ohio; died October 30, 1846

Sarah Brown, born September 11, 1846, at Akron, Ohio; died June 30, 1916, California.

Ellen Brown, born May 20, 1848, at Springfield, Massachusetts; died April 30, 1849

Unnamed son, born April 26, 1852, at Akron, Ohio; died May 17, 1852

Ellen Brown, born September 25, 1854, at Akron, Ohio; died July 15, 1916, in California. Married James Fablinger


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