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Re: [jacksongenealogy] JEREMIAH BROWN (1800-1866) and MARY ANN WILLIAMS BROWN (1820-1906)

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  • Roger Burbank
    Corrected! Mary, sister to George W. not daughter. ... From: Roger Burbank Subject: Re: [jacksongenealogy] JEREMIAH BROWN (1800-1866) and
    Message 1 of 4 , Feb 14, 2011
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      Corrected! Mary, sister to George W. not daughter.

      --- On Mon, 2/14/11, Roger Burbank <burby9@...> wrote:


      From: Roger Burbank <burby9@...>
      Subject: Re: [jacksongenealogy] JEREMIAH BROWN (1800-1866) and MARY ANN WILLIAMS BROWN (1820-1906)
      To: jacksongenealogy@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Monday, February 14, 2011, 10:37 PM


       



      Ann, I'm reading micro's on Williams now and see Mary daughter of George W. Williams married into the Brown family, Snodgrass is mentioned also.  Roger

      --- On Mon, 2/14/11, Ann B. Chambless <rabc123@...> wrote:

      From: Ann B. Chambless <rabc123@...>
      Subject: [jacksongenealogy] JEREMIAH BROWN (1800-1866) and MARY ANN WILLIAMS BROWN (1820-1906)
      To: jacksongenealogy@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Monday, February 14, 2011, 8:29 PM

       

      According to a descendant of Jesse Edward Brown (1845-1905), Jeremiah
      Brown and Mary Ann (Williams) Brown's children were:
      1. Mary Jane Brown who married Col. John Snodgrass
      2. Jesse Edward Brown who married Virginia Elizabeth Wood (daughter of
      Ira G. Wood)
      3. Margaret Brown who married William H. Payne
      4. Charles W. Brown who married Sarah Belle Coffey (daughter of John R.
      Coffey)
      NOTE: Col. John and Mary Jane (Brown) Snodgrass built a house on South
      Street one block west of the house built by William H. and Margaret
      (Brown) Payne. (It is no longer extant.) The Payne house was a "twin"
      of the house built by Margaret (Brown) Payne's half brother, John A.,
      and his wife, Judith (Wisdom) Brown. These two houses were located on
      the southwest and northwest corners of present day Houston Street. The
      Payne house was razed several years ago, but the John A. Brown house
      (built in 1881) was refurbished as a museum house in the 1980s and
      serves as the Scottsboro-Jackson County Heritage Center.
      The house built in the early 1880s by Jesse Edward and Virginia
      Elizabeth (Wood) Brown was three city blocks east of the "twin" houses
      on Houston Street.
      Ann B. Chambless

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