Some Brown Genealogy: Being Some of the Descendants of John Brown, One of the Early Settlers of Reading, Mass by Charles Carrell Whitney

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Charles Carrell Whitney
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38
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9781332197620
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Excerpt from Some Brown Genealogy: Being Some of the Descendants of John Brown, One of the Early Settlers of Reading, Mass

The Brown Genealogy in this pamphlet is mainly that of the direct line of descent from John Brown, one of the early settlers of Reading, Mass., and the first known of the family in America, to Solomon Brown of the fourth generation, and of some of his descendants. Talcott Russell Brown, M. D., grandson of Solomon Brown, married Electa Hart, a descendant of the Puritan emigrant, John Whitney, the first settler of his family in America, and this genealogy has been compiled mainly to accompany "Whitney Genealogy - Some of the Tribe of Benjamin," and not for publication.

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