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MONTELIUS FAMILY-- related to PALMER, BROWN, etc PHILA. PA early???
Posted by: Bonnie Treon (ID *****5076) Date: September 07, 2011 at 17:15:34
In Reply to: Re: The annals of the Montelius Family by Andrew Montelius of 36

There is a familyof a William P.BROWN who was b. 1771 in Phila but later moved to Tuscaloosa, AL that is part of my dad's family. His wife was Sarah McCammon who was widow of a man named Thomas MORGAN.

The BROWN family had a son named MONTELIUS P. BROWN who was born 01 Nov 1812 in Phila. They ALSO had a bunch of other children including a son named MARCUS PALMER BROWN, b. 23 Dec 1818 (that tells me this BROWN family is DEFINITELY intermarried somewhere before 1771 with MONTELIUS in Phila.)

This same family is connected to a woman named ANN PALMER who was b. abt/ 1762 possibly in Phila. or Chester Co. PA.

Marcus' middle name was Palmer and most of the children had P. for a middle intial. I think Edward's middle initial may have actually been "G" from the information on his wife's burial in VA.

But they somehow connected to HALL & WHITE (Rev. White was the Protestant bishop of Phila. & BOND, plus to the Gustavus BROWN family of St. Mary's Co MD. Not sure how, just yet and to the KEY family there as well.

Does anyone have a family tree with the children of the immigrant and early descendants.

This William P. BROWN has to fit in somewhere as he was b. 1771.

Thanks.



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