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David Brown

Birth1772 - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland UK
Death10 Jan 1826 - Wilberforce nr Windsor, Outer Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
MotherMary Margaret Porter - Brown (5GGM) (Immigrant)
FatherJoseph Emerson Brown, Sr (5GGF) (gf of Joseph Brown Gov of GA an Chief Justice)

Born in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland UK on 1772 to Joseph Emerson Brown, Sr (5GGF) (gf of Joseph Brown Gov of GA an Chief Justice) and Mary Margaret Porter - Brown (5GGM) (Immigrant). David Brown married Eleanor Fleming and had 13 children. He passed away on 10 Jan 1826 in Wilberforce nr Windsor, Outer Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

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Parents

Joseph Emerson Brown, Sr (5Ggf) (Gf Of Joseph Brown Gov Of Ga An Chief Justice)
1731 - 1815
Mary Margaret Porter - Brown (5Ggm) (Immigrant)
1737 - 1824

Spouse(s)

Eleanor Fleming
1780 - 1865

Children Show all

Mary Ann Brown
1799 - 1829
John Brown
1824 - 1906
Henry Brown
1820 - 1881
Isabella Brown
1801 - 1883
Joseph Robert Brown
1805 - 1862
David Brown.
1810 - 1853
Eleanor Brown
1812 - 1866

Sarah Brown
1818 - 1894
William John Brown
1821 - 1891
Anne Brown
1807 - 1819
Elizabeth Brown
1815 - 1838
Margaret Ryley Brown
1814 - 1838
William Brown
1821 - 1875

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