Here's what Phyllis Whitten's book has to say about Asa and his wife:
1438. ASA-7 (JONATHAN-6, JOHN-5, JONATHAN-4, JOHN-3, DANIEL-2, SAMUEL-l) b. Jan.21,1825; d. Nov.5,1862 during Civil War in New Orleans's Hosp.; m. Oct.16,1853, Rosella A. Bowden, b. Veazie, Me., d. Sept.4,1915. She married 2nd, Sept.21,1863, Veazie, Me.,John Brawn, who m. Catherine Warren, who d. Mar.30,1872, Winslow, Me. at her daughter Sophronia (Brawn) Harlow's home. When Rosella learned of this in 1876 she had the marriage anulled. They had two children: Olive and Asa Brawn of Blaine, Me. Asa was a farmer and millman. Res: Lowell and Burlington, Me. 2787. LUCINDA ORILLA-8 b. Sept.7,1854, Lowell, Me. (Records call her: Caroline 0.; Cinolla. 2788. CHARLES MELVIN-8 b. Sept.17,1857, Lowell, Me. 2789. SYLVINA A.-8 b. 1859/60; died young. Unmarried.
As I noted in my response regarding Susan Fogg Chapman, the Whitten book/CD starts with the original immigrant Fogg, Samuel (1628-1672).It looks back a couple of generations from him, then attempts to document every one of his descendants bearing the Fogg name.