That is quite a coincidence. How many Holden Brown's would be married to a Brewer. I know nothing else except the short abstract that I copied from the book "Wilkinson County History" by Davidson. I think "Victor" Davidson. In that estate record of returns - estates. p 298. Estate of Joel Brewer. The son in laws were named instead of the daughter with her married name.! So., Holden Brown could have been a son-in-law of Joel Brewer.
The only thing is the date of the return, between 1838-1848, You said that William Holden Brewer was born in 1816, are you sure his wife was that much younger than him? You had her b d as being 1838. If she was born closer to the date of her husband, I would certainly check out Wilkinson Co., Ga.
I still have not identified the parents of my Elizabeth Brewer, b ca 1808, m 1825 Wilkinson Co., Ga. to Irvin Lambert. Maybe we are hunting the same family?
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