I found William and Caleb living together in the 1850 census. I assume the girls were married by then, but without their married names I can't find them:
1850 United States Federal Census > Texas > Lamar > Precinct 1 > Page 10
Dwelling 69/Family 69
William Brown, 67, white, Farmer, $960, b NC
Caleb, 18, white, Farmer, b Alabama
William was not to be found in the 1860 census, so I assume that he had passed away by then. The census date was 1 Jun 1860.
Here is Caleb in 1860:
1860 United States Federal Census > Texas > McLennan > Page 58
Dwelling 376/Family 376
Caleb Brown, 27, white, farmer, $800 real estate, $2707 personal property, b AL
S.E., 22, female, b VA
J.W., 8, male, b TX
J.W., 7, male, b TX
Robert, 4, b TX
C.M.C., 2, male, b TX
T.M., 1 month, male, b TX
Fle?, 21, male, farm laborer, Alabama
If the girls lived long enough, it is possible that their death certificates could list the name of their mother and more information about William.
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