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Re: Jackson Brewer
Posted by: Mary Brewer Date: December 02, 2001 at 19:23:26
In Reply to: Jackson Brewer by Andy Brawn of 8988

Jackson Brewer, of Annapolis, MD, was born 3 May 1826 in Annapolis and died 19 Jan 1893 in Annapolis, MD. On 16 Sep 1856 Jackson married Ann M Gardiner (1831-Apr 1880). Ann also died in Annapolis, MD.

Jackson and Ann had the following children:
Millard Brewer bapt 3 Jan 1858 Annapolis
Susan F Brewer b Sep 1859-d 12 Mar 1942 Annapolis
William J Brewer b Aug 1860-d 18 Aug 1910 Annapolis
Eliza Ann Brewer b 18 May 1864-d 23 Apr 1946 Annapolis
Delphine Gardner Brewer b Oct 1865-d 1866 Annapolis
Isaac Henderson Brewer b Jan 1869
Henry Lewis Brewer b 14 Apr 1867-d 25 Mar 1942 Annapolis
Thomas Brice Brewer b 2 Feb 1871-d10 Feb 1934 bur Pikesville, MD
McClelland Brewer b 15 Jan 1873-d10 Jan 1942 Annapolis
Everline Virginia Brewer b 1875-d 13 Dec 1886 Annapolis

All of the children were born in Annapolis, MD.

Jackson was the son of Brice Beal Brewer and Frances (Williams) Brewer. He was the brother of my great-grandfather, Richard Henry Brewer.

I don't know if William Brewer ever married.

Do you know for sure that your ancestors were from the Annapolis, MD area?

If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me.

Mary Brewer


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