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Thomas BROWN, s/o Hannah [COLLINS] & Thomas
Posted by: Marilyn Roth (ID *****9310) Date: October 10, 2006 at 14:30:07
In Reply to: Re: Samuel Holdredge b. 1705 CT by Duane Dye of 28

Thomas BROWN (14 Feb. 1691/2, Stonington, New London, CT - 11 Oct. 1763, Stonington; made will 17 Mar. 1761) m. 4 Oct. 1715, Stonington, CT, Deborah HOLDREDGE, b. 3 Apr. 1698, dau/o Deborah ELLIOTT & Wm. HOLDREDGE, & had, in Stonington, CT:

Thomas (15 Apr. 1717 - 25 Je. 1791) m. Hannah SPOONER
Wm., b. 9 July 1719, m. 1 July 1742, Joanna FELLOWS
Deborah, b. 30 May 1721, m. 10 Nov. 1737, Thomas YORK [m2 _ GEST / GIST?*]
Dorothy (20 Feb. 1723/4 - 11 Mar. 1808) m. 5 Nov. 1747, Gershom PALMER
Hannah, m. _ BREED.
Jesse (18 Aug. 1731 - 1782, Quebec?) m1. 12 F 1752, Hannah LEEDS; m2. 1764, Lydia BROWN.
Samuel (14 July 1734 - 29 Sep. 1815) m. 1765, Sarah MALTBIE.
Lois, b. 1 Sep. 1736, m. 28 Oct. 1753, Israel PALMER.

Thomas BROWN had an affair with Thankful HOLDREDGE. He and his wife divorced and remarried, 27 Apr. 1737, & had

Collins BROWN (13 Je. 1743 - 26 Feb. 1822) m. 16 Mar. 1766, Hannah PENDLETON.
Benoni, b. 16 Nov. 1746. [The name Benoni, from the Bible, means child of sorrow. Does that mean that Deborah died?]

*Deborah BROWN & Thomas YORK had nine children. I do not have any death dates for Thomas YORK or Deborah, so she might have remarried, to GEST / GIST, or her surname might have been misread in her father's will.




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