Loyalist Browns of SC., GA., FL., & Canada?
I'm looking for amy and all information on the following Brown[e]s, [probably most were loyalists at one time or anouther] who may have lived in SC., GA., FL., & Canada, just prior to, during or just after the American Revolutionary War [& in particular, those Brown[e] familiesand individuals who may have moved from SC., & GA., to FL. & Canada, just after the war
James Caldwell Brown, was a Lieutenant, Carolina King's Rangers [may have died in 1782?].
James Brown [b. abt. 1723, Schoonhoven, Zuid Holland, Netherlands]. His wife was Catharina Fischer [b. abt. 1727, same place as James, & marriage was same place as their birth, abt. 1749]. Their child was Margareta Brown, christened Feb. 24, 1750, same place as parents birth,
Thomas Brown [1750-1825] b. Whitby, Yorkshire, Eng. Father was Jonas Brown. Thomas lived with the Cree[k]s in 1776-77. Thomas was appointed Superintendent of the Cree[k] and Cherokee. After moving from Georgia to eastern Florida, he moved to the island of Abaco, Bahams.
John Brown of Pittsfield.
Montfort Browne [FL. 1760-1780].
Hugh & Malcolm Brown [of SC.] Held commisions under the crown in 1780, and lost their estates under the Confiscation Act.
John Brown [of Norfolk, VA.] was a merchant, and on the 6th of March, 1775, the Whig Committee held him up as an object of just indignationfor willfully violation the Continental Association.
Thomas Brown of Augusta, Georgia.
Any information on any of the above mentioned individuals would be greatly appreciated.