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Re: Altana Langworthy? b. 1770
Posted by: Candi Browne (ID *****9602) Date: March 01, 2009 at 15:06:02
In Reply to: Altana Langworthy? b. 1770 by Barbara McCusker of 298

Hi Barbara-
Hope you see this 10 years later.

I think your research will help me more than mine will you.

I have similar info that I believe was copied out of our Brown Family Bible. This was typewritten on 3 pages. I found it in the home of my parents. My dad was Wm J Browne. The family name added the E in my grandfater's generation. James L Brown lived in Villenova, Chautaqua Co., New York in 1850.

It says:
John W. Brown 1765
Altana Brown 1770
Children
Thomas L. Brown 1796
Susan C. Brown 1800
James L. Brown 1803 (this is my family lineage)
Avery Brown 1806
William B. Brown 1808
Nathan P. Brown 1810
Nancy A. Brown 1812
Clara Brown 1815

Then it is written:
Grandfather of John W. Brown (b. 1831) married Altana Langworth.
Yes, the name is spelled 'LANGWORTH' not LANGWORTHY, but isn't that just the way it is.

I have more Brown information (sketchy as it is), but I did not know that the Brown's came from Rhode Island or Canada during the time period of John and Altana.

I assume you're doing Langworthy research, not Brown research. I'm doing as much as I can on the WOMEN/MOTHERS
so am very thankful for your research.

With gratitude
candi



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