I want to express my sincere appreciation to
Maxine BROWN ALBART, my double cousin whom I met for the very first time
in 1997 in
WILLIAM & ELIZABETH
My 4th great grandfather William
BROWN was born about 1738 in
ANDREW & SARAH
My 3rd great grandfather was Andrew
Jackson BROWN born
After the early death of first wife Isabella in about 1814 in Iredell County, North Carolina, Andrew married second to Sarah Miller, daughter of Andrew W. Miller & Jane Wilson, on July 20, 1815 in Lincoln County, North Carolina. Twelve (or fourteen ?) children were born to Andrew & Sarah; Andrew Miller; Jane; George Washington; Clarissa; Moses Harvey; Elizabeth M.; Frances Marion; Julia Ann; Sarah Catherine; Mary Emily; James William; & Eli.
For more information about the MILLER Family lineage click here.
BROWN FAMILY MIGRATION TO
The emmigration: A.J.Brown, with his
second wife Sarah Miller BROWN plus four children, & his other 3
children by first marriage to Isabella Young, left their old native
North Carolina some time in the late summer of 1824; arrived in Missouri in
covered wagons with family goods. The women riding
side-saddles day after day all the way. The objective of their journey
was the home of Sarah Miller Brown's father, Andrew W. Miller,
who had come out west six years prior (1818), settling 6 miles SE of Troy, MO
near the mouth of Crooked Creek. Andrew Miller
being a very prominent citizen many years in MO. In 1827, AJ Brown
"entered" from the government 160 ac of land 3 miles south of
In the summer of 2000 the BROWN farm was
sold with the provision that the
Andrew Jackson BROWN died April 11, 1863, in Lincoln County, Missouri and is buried with his wife Sarah with a common grave marker in the BROWN Family Cemetery located on the BROWN farm, three miles south of Troy, Missouri, east side of state highway J. Sarah had died on June 9, 1860.
ANDREW JACKSON BROWN GRAVESTONE
COMMON STONE WITH WIFE (BELOW)
SARAH MILLER BROWN
NEW WROUGHT IRON FENCE CONSTRUCTED BY
BROWN CEMETERY CORPORATION
Left to Right
perpetual care of the
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This inventory was made by Mrs. Marion Brown Groshong, Mrs. A.J. Pollman, & Mrs. A.H.Wegner on 1 Apr 1982 (One stone was completely unreadable- a few field stones no inscriptions. m,g.) With additional information provided by June Groshong & Jessie Lee Hutt in September 2004.
Located T28N Sec.II
Died Apr.1,1863. Sleep on dear Father,
Take Thy rest
God called thee home.
He thought it best.
Sara Miller - Born
The above are my 3rd great grandparents.
Fannie Garnet KEMPER BROWN –2nd w/o James William Brown (buried
Susan Elizabeth OWEN BROWN – 1st w/o James William Brown (buried in
Died Died Apr.17,1875 Aged 32 Years 2 Mon6ths & 15 Days.
Also found is a footstone with initials S. E. B. which may belong to the above?
Dora Pearl - Daughter of W.S.& S.C. Brown (William Spencer & Sarah Catherine Pearl Brown)
(These are descendants of Jesse Brown not yet known what connection to my Browns may be)?
A Precious One From Among Us Has Gone A Voice We loved Is Stilled A
Place Is Vacant In Our Home Which Can Never Be Filled.
Elizabeth W. - w/o Thos. J. Jeans
God Gave. He Took. He Will restore. He Doeth All Things Well.
Thomas J. Jeans –
Possibly two babies born & died June ?
Elizabeth M. - (SEE OBITUARY BELOW) – My 2nd Great Grandmother born Elizabeth M. Brown married first my 2nd
Great Grandfather John Creech, married second Caswell Sconce.
This author believes that his 2nd Great Grandmother is buried in this cemetery without a headstone, or a buried headstone, because the obituary (below) states in part “Her remains were brought to the family cemetery on James Brown's place for burial.”
T.B. – Born
Frances A.- Born Frances A. Shackelford, in Kentucky.
Wife of first Jesse Brown & second Archibald Marion Young
(Jesse Brown’s & Arch Young’s relationships to my Browns are not yet known but there is likely a
relationship of some kind to have been buried in the
Died Jan.30,1892 aged 75 Years 7 Months & 17 Days
Meet In Heaven
There are a number of field stones in this cemetery and evidence indicates
following are also buried in the
Alfred Young BROWN II (grandson of Andrew Jackson BROWN & son of William Thompson BROWN I)
Born 26 Feb 1829
Died 27 Apr 1895
Joanne E. TAYLOR BROWN (2nd w/o Alfred Young BROWN)
Born 22 Feb 1841
Died 12 Jan 1904
Mary Frances BROWN (daughter of Alfred Young BROWN)
Born 8 Aug 1863
Died 3 Mar 1884
Charles Henry BROWN (son of Alfred Young BROWN)
Born 12 Sep 1867
Died 25 Dec 1891
Edward Harvey BROWN (son of Alfred Young BROWN)
Born 16 Oct 1873
Died 26 Nov 1889
ELIZABETH & JOHN
My 2nd great grandmother Elizabeth M. BROWN was born January 25, 1827 in Lincoln County, Missouri. On March 6, 1845 Elizabeth married first to John CREECH. After the death of John in 1856 Elizabeth married second to Caswell Sconce May 1, 1858.
For more information about the family of Elizabeth & John click here.
This obituary was provided by Robert W. Taylor
It was in the 30 December 1910 issue of the Troy Free Press, page 3, column 2
PLEASE NOTE SHE WAS BURIED ON THE BROWN FAMILY FARM WHICH I BELIEVE IS WHERE JOHN CREECH
ELIZABETH’S FIRST HUSBAND, IS LIKELY BURIED
CAUTION ! I cannot certify this file as 100% correct nor is it all proven. These files are a compilation of what various BROWN Family researchers have shared with me. I check them for reasonableness and assume that those submitting their BROWN file are correct for their direct line. These files are strictly a depository for BROWN documentation and can aid in research by providing research leads & possible direction. This file contains 1653 individuals and was updated 8 May 2005.
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