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  • ID: I430
  • Name: Thomas BROWN Jr.
  • Surname: Brown
  • Given Name: Thomas
  • Suffix: Jr.
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1728 in , Bucks County, Pennsylvania
  • Death: ABT 1796
  • _UID: 41506D6B95A0D84C9E039757F17AE39736EE
  • Note:
    !REFERENCE: Hinshaw's Encyclopedia of Quaker Genealogy, Vol 1, pgs 492, 528. Records of Juanita Dowell and the Records of Paul White including the Bible of Josiah Brandon.

    DEATH: Thomas Brown apparently died in 1796. Administration of the estate of Thomas Brown was granted to James Greenlee in the July term of 1796 and in the January tern of 1797. Greenlee returned an inventory of his personal property. In the April term, 1797, the sale of the estate was held.

    Thomas was born in Bucks County, Pennsylania and Margaret in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Thomas and Margaret married the 10th of June 1748 at Hopewell Monthly Meeting, where they declared marriage intentions.
    In 1749 Thomas Sr. bequeathed Thomas 200 acres of his present plantation lying and adjoing upon Simon Moons survey (father-in-law), and twenty shillings currancy. Thomas was joint executor of his fathers will along with his mother Ruth and brother Samuel.
    Thomas and Margaret had ten children, all recorded in the New Garden Monthly Meeting: Joseph, William, Thomas, Jacob, Samuel, Richard, Ruth, Moses, Rachel and Jean.
    In 1788 Thomas was appointed overseer of the road from the Court House to the Middle of Horsepen Creek and that he with hands of others keep the same in good repair agreeable to law. On January 9, 1790 he was deeded 100 acres by Horsepen Creek, and on April 6 1790 deeded the same land to John Hamilton. On 7 November 1791 he was deeded 200 acres on south side of Buffalo. On 15 March 1796 he deeded land on South Side of Mavis Fork of the Haw River to James Thorp. On 15 March 1796 he deeded land on which he lived on waters of Deep River to Amos Kersey. Then on 3 October 1797 he deeded 100 acres and 75 perches lying on waters of Maris Fork, Rootbridge Branch to John Laurence.
    Thomas and Margaret both died in North Carolina, exact dates are unknown.
  • Change Date: 7 Aug 2001 at 01:00:00

    Father: Thomas BROWN Sr.
    Mother: Ruth LARGE b: ABT 1703

    Marriage 1 Margaret MOON b: ABT 1728
    • Married: 10 Jun 1748 in Hopewell, Frederick, Virginia
    1. Has No Children Thomas BROWN b: 22 Feb 1749
    2. Has No Children William BROWN b: 14 Jan 1751
    3. Has No Children Thomas BROWN b: 15 Feb 1753
    4. Has No Children Jacob BROWN b: 14 Jan 1755
    5. Has No Children Samuel BROWN b: 17 Feb 1757
    6. Has No Children Richard BROWN b: 9 Jan 1759
    7. Has No Children Ruth BROWN b: 9 Jul 1761
    8. Has Children Rachel BROWN b: 19 Jul 1767 in , Rowan County, North Carolina
    9. Has No Children Jean BROWN b: 1 Apr 1770
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