Hi, Michael, To further answer your question about Brewer links to my Browns in Chatham Co, NC: the main one is Martha (Patsy) Brewer, born about 1803,married (about 1826) Archibald Brown, born about 1798. She was his first wife. Archibald married (2nd) Rebecca Kelly. Archibald was the brother of my 3G grandfather, Andrew Brown, Jr. (1803-1882) Children of Archibald and Martha were:
--Annie B, born 4 Sept 1827--married Elisha Wicker --Elizabeth--13 Oct-1828-25 Jun 1893-wed John A. Gunter --William--31 Dec 1832-1 Sep 1900-wed Mary J. ____ --Andrew S. Brown-born 1834-wed 1st cousin Althea Ann Brown Andrew served in 26th NC Infantry Regt, listed as missing at Gettysburg, never came back home. --Infant son-died soon after birth about 1835-1840
Martha Brewer's mother was Elizabeth Hinton...I don't have her father's name. Eliz. was the sister of Nancy Minter Hinton, born 1806, the wife of Andrew Brown Jr, my 3G grandmother. Martha is said to buried in McLeod cemetery #3. I dont have a location. All this info comes from the research of Fenton Wicker, who has done many years of work in Chatham and surrounding counties in central NC. firstname.lastname@example.orgHow do you fit into the NC Brewers?