John Brown Iii (1731 - 1792)

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John Brown
1731 - 1792
updated February 06, 2019
John Brown Iii, father to 1 child, was born on August 12, 1731 in England. He was born to John Brown Jr and Elizabeth Baisley, and we currently have no other siblings in his family tree. John's partner was Elizabeth Abbot, and they gave birth to John Iv Brown. He died on October 10, 1792 in Colonies, New York USA at 61 years old.

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John Brown Iii

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John Brown was born on in Warwickshire County, England

Death

John Brown died on in Colonies, New York USA

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John Brown Iii Family Tree

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John's Parents

John Brown Iii

Parents:

John Brown Jr
1710 - 1765
Elizabeth Baisley
1709 - Dec 4, 1734
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John Brown Iii & Elizabeth Abbot

John Brown Iii

Spouse:

Elizabeth Abbot
Born: 1737

Children:

John Iv Brown
Born: 1761

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- No data to confirm the Mother of preceeding children -
'other' children listed - No documentation -
conflicting data entered : dates, spouses
19 Azuba Brown : 1733 – 1763
19 Reuben Skelton Brown : 1740 – 1805
19A * John Brown III
*--- records indicate Mother to be ' Mary Lawrence '
Birth 12 Aug 1731 ** Death 10 Oct 1792 ** -
both in Kenilworth, Warwickshire, , England
-m- bef. 1761 Elizabeth, Betsy; Abbot
Birth 1740 in Connecticut, United States **
Death in Colonies, New York, United States
Records indicate a 2nd wife for John Brown III
-2m- Martha Overton
Birth 1733 in Ashow, ** Death 2 Mar 1792 **
- both in Kenilworth, Warwickshire, , England
'other' children listed - No documentation -
conflicting data entered : dates, spouses
William Brown : 1756 – 1794 Martha Brown : 1763 – 1765 Sarah Brown : 1757 – Charles Brown : 1765 – 1765 George Brown : 1759 – 1760 John BROWN : 1766 – 1826 Hannah Brown : 1761 – Mary Brown : 1768 – 1768
Generation No. 20
Child of John Brown III & Elizabeth Abbot
20 * John Brown IV
Birth 1761 in , , , Ireland ** Death in New York, United States,
-m- 24 Feb 1795 Eunice Robbins
Birth 18 Nov 1762 in Lyme, New London, Connecticut, US **
Death in NY, New York, US
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John Brown Iii, father to 1 child, died on October 10, 1792 in Colonies, New York USA at age 61. He was born on August 12, 1731 in England. He was born to John Brown Jr and Elizabeth Baisley, and we currently have no other siblings in his family tree. John's partner was Elizabeth Abbot, and they gave birth to John Iv Brown.
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