Again, this is for others to see, I think you must have all of this by now.
Charles Brown II (son of Charles Brown & Ann Christian), born cal Dec. 7th, 1806, died Jan 29th, 1851. Married Elizabeth Hotchkiss in 1831.Many of their children went on to live in Steuben Co., IN & are buried in Flint Cemetery.
Brown, Charles Jr. died Jan. 29, 1851, age 44 yrs, 1 mo, 22 dys, buried Hall Cemetery, Lee, Oneida County, NY.
Brown, Elizabeth, wife of Charles Brown, died Aug. 20, 1848, aged 33 yrs, 5 mo, 1 dy, [Elizabeth Hotchkiss]DOB cal as 19 March 1815 per date calulator.
Charles & Elizabeth (Hotchkiss) Brown had:
4i.Charles Brown III, about 1835, age 45 in 1880 Steuben County Census with Celia (Sexton) (1/01/2005 name found to be Sexton), age 39, wife:
They had per 1880 Census:
5i.Cora, age 16, daughter, married a Taylor. So born ca 1864 per 1880 Census.
5ii.Lutie "Lucretia", age 13, born 1866 in Angola, Steuban County, Indiana, daughter, married Charles E. MILLER b: 1863 in Hopper, Henderson County, Illinois.
5iii.Charles E. (Egbert ), age 10, son so born ca 1870.
5iv.Lizzi B., age 4, daughter so born ca 1876.
5v.Alice Johnson Brown, youngest daughter not listed, born after 1876.
5vi.George Charles oldest son of 19, b.?? ca 1861 TYPO,not listed, living elsewhere at age 19, in 1880?.Listed in the 1870 MI Census of Calhoun County, MI with Jerry Brown & Margaret (Arnold) family.
4ii.Jeremiah Brown born 1836, died 1872, married Margaret Arnold, born 1836, in Darmstadt, Germany (her parents, Martin & Elizabeth [Johnathon] Arnold) Margaret remarried after 1871 to a James Colbert.
Jeremiah & Margaret (Arnold) Brown had:
5i.George H. born in Dec. 1861, not on 1880 Steuben County Census, was 19 & living elsewhere?Found in Steuben County Cem. listings, George H. b. 1861-d. 1904, m. Elva May Culp Brown, is this our George!
5ii.Emily J (I)., born June 1863, age 17 & listed as “Emma”, step-daughter ofJames Colbert, married a "Benninghoof".
5iii.Hoyt Smith Brown, 27 Sept. 1864, age 15 in June 1880, living with Uncle Morris in Steuben County, IN.MArried Maggie Shotts (d/o Samuel Henry Shotts & Maria (Long) Shotts.
5iv.Ella, born 05 April 1866, age 13 in 1880~step-daughter of James Colbert, m. a Pendell.
5v.Edna, born 13 Jan 1868, age 11 in 1880~step-daughter of James Colbert, married a Parsons.
5vi.Morris, born 23 Nov 1869, age 9 in 1880~step-son of James Colbert.
4iii.Morris Brown, born 10 June 1838-17 Dec 1915, buried Flint Cem. Sec D, Lot 64. Age 41 in 1880 Steuben County Census listed with Catherine (Klink, daughter of Christian & Mary Klink per History of Steuben County, IN), age 45, born 27 July 1834 in Seneca County, Ohio-died 24 April 1925 in Steuben Co., IN.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER IN STEUBEN CO. INDIANA.
PHOTOGRAPH IN “US BROWNS”.
From the 1885 History of Steuben County, Indiana
Morris Brown was born in Oneida County, N. Y., in 1838, a son of Charles Brown, who died about 1851.When fifteen years of age he began to work for his own livelihood, and when seventeen went to Whitesides County, Ill., where he remained two years.In 1857 he came to Steuben County, Ind., and taught two winter terms of school in Flint, 1857-'58 and 1859-'60.The winter of 1860-'61 he taught in District No. 8.In November, 1858, he bought sixty acres of land on the north part of the south half of the northeast quarter of section 28, Jackson Township, which was wholly unimproved and heavily timbered.He cleared and improved his land and subsequently added forty acres of the same section, and twenty acres on section 27, making a fine farm of 120 acres.His residence is on the land first purchased.April 1, 1858, he married Catherine Clink, daughter of Christian Clink, of Salem Township.After his marriage he went to Michigan, where he lived ten months, and then returned to Indiana.Mr. and Mrs, Brown have three children-- Carrie A., wife of Asher Preston, of Fremont; Jennie M., wife of Frank Golden, and Homer T.Politically Mr. Brown is a Republican, casting his first vote for President Lincoln.He is one of the representative citizens of Jackson Township, and has held several positions of trust and responsibility.
Morris & Catherine (Klink) Brown had:
5i.Carrie A., age 18, daughter, in 1880 Steuben County, Flint Village Census married:Asher Preston of Fremont per History of Steuben County, IN.
5ii.Mary Jennie., b. 26 Mar 1864, age 16, in 1880, married Frank Golden, per History of Steuben County, IN
5iii.Homer T., b. Sept. 1875, age 4, in 1880.Became a Dr.
4iv.Sally Ann Brown b. 1842, married 1st to Alexis W. Arnold, no relation to other Arnolds, (in 1880 Steuben Co., IN census is married to Samuel Haines, PHOTOGRAPH IN “US BROWNS”,age 42, b. in OH, per 1880 Census.
5i.Lafayette Arnold (son), age 20 in 1880 IN Census, b. NY about 1860.
4v.Emily A. b. July 1845--dau of Charles & Elizabeth Brown, died Nov. 18, 1862--[mentioned in Charles I Will of 1861 as a minor, buried in Lee, Oneida County, Hall Cemetery.
4vi.Almond Alice b. 06 Aug 1850, unsure if this should be 2 people, Almond, then Alice, or is one person.
Looking for any additonal inf. on these Brown's of Steuben Co., IN.
Willing to share "US BROWNS" booklet, photos & history.Many cousins with history.
Marilyn (Brown) LeVeque