I'm still trying to make all my pieces fit.Here are some of my facts (to the
best of my knowledge, and or verified by family records)
ggggrandfather:William Brown (b.1801 NC, d. 186?, Crawford Co.,Indiana,
married: Louisa Williams b.1811, Brunswick Co.VA, d.1867, Crawford Co,
gggrandfather:Dueval L. Brown(b.22 dec 1835,Overton Co.Tenn, d. 12 June 1865, Brown Cemetary,Patoka Twp, Crawford Cnty, Ind)Married8 sep 1858, Crawford Co. Indiana, Maria E. Carson b.1846, d. 17 may 1907.
ggrandfather:William L. Brown (b. 15 may 1861, Crawford Co. Indiana,
d. 9 Aug 1909, Brown Cemetary, Patoka Twp, Crawford Co.)
MarriedNancy Ellen Tucker.
Nancy Ellen Tucker's parents were:Sam Tucker and Amanda Gilliatt.
William L. Brown & Nancy E. Tucker's children were:
Claude Brown - marriedIng Eddes(sp)
Dolly "Miranda" Brown - marriedJoe Kirby
Art Brown - married ? who left him & two sons and went back to Taswell
married one of Art's cousinsnamed Alvy Tucker, may have had children
grandfather:Ira Brown b. 6 Feb 1887, d. Feb 1976, Garfield Co.Montana
burried in the Brown Cemetary in Miles City,MT,
marriedMinnie Milroy b.27 Jul 1903 d. 3 Mar 1995,
Garfield Co.MT.burried in Brown Cemetary in Miles City, MT.
Minnie Milroy's parents were:
William Milroy b.2 Nov 1873, Leswalt,WigtownScotland, d. 1947.
marriedAnna Massey, 1 Nov 1899.
Minnie Milroy's gparents were:William Milroymarried 12 Dec 1870,
Leswalt,Wigtown,Scotland, Sarah Scottb .2 Nov 1873.
Ira Brown & Minnie Milroy's children are:(all were born inGarfield
Adrian "Brownie" L. Brownborn 26 Feb 1929, m. 26 March 1950/51 Faith
McCullough, b. 15 Nov 1927, Fort Pierce, Florida.
William S. Brown
Margaret "Sister" Brown,m. Rhodes,m. Cramer
Sterling W. Brown
Harold "Baben" Brown
Delpha "Toots" Brown
My father is Adrian "Brownie" L. Brown b.26 Feb 1929, Garfield Co,
Jordan, MT, m 26 March 1950, Faith McCullough b. 15 Nov. 1927, Fort
The above are the bits and pieces I have so far.I should be getting
copies of the death certificates of the Brown Cemetary, Crawford County,
Taswell, Indiana.May help a bit.
Pam [email protected]