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Re: Asa Brown and Sarah Moon's burial
Posted by: C. K. Johnston (ID *****4016) Date: September 26, 2004 at 07:44:21
In Reply to: Asa Brown and Sarah Moon's burial by Patty Sullivan of 838

Don't know if it will help or are of any relation:

Brown family is buried in Section I, Lot 421 of Evegreen Cemetery. This is what is called the Village Cemetery (Cazenovia) and it was founded in 1814 on land purchased from Reuben Bryan. His wife had died the year earleir and their family has a chosen spot in the very center of the cemetery. Evergreen Cemetery has, however, been greatly enlarged a number of times, and since the Brown farm was adjacent to it I have no dout that they gave or sold land to the Village for the use of the cemetery.
Of the pre-1900 burials on Lot I-421 are:
Burton, C.E., Edward, George C., Sarah L., Seba, Seymour F. and Walter B. Brown.
Harry Earl Brown and Mary Judd Brown, and a Nancy Judd, are nearby on Lot I-428.

I am related to Seba Brown and my mother's maiden name was Brown.

Good luck,

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