Mary Brownson Allen. Birth: 1775 Andover Essex County Massachusetts, USA Death: Aug. 28, 1852 Grafton Ontario, Canada
Daughter of Ethan Allen and Mary Bronson/Brownson. After Ethan's death his second wife Frances wrote Mary Ann of his death to prevent her from inheriting any of her fathers 100,000 plus acres of land.
Col James Rogers and Ethan Allen were co-conspirators of the Vermont Negotiations and James and Mary met many times while their fathers were conspiring.
A cousin also wrote me telling me about her grandson, James Harrison Rogers donating Ethan Allen's gun to the River Falls Historical Society claiming his it was handed down from Ethan to his grandmother Mary Ann who asserted Ethan was her father. The Ethan Allen Homestead believes Fanny Allen's lie but this grave and Ethan's grave hold the DNA evidance.
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Daughter: Elisabeth Ann Baum Born 5 January, 1840 in Three Rivers, Mich. Died 1927, Sandpoint, Idaho. Husband Charles Demetrius Smith Born 11 March 1834 neary Albany NY Died in 1889 near Bangor, S.D.
Son: Albert Henry Smith Born 22 April, 1872 near Waterloo, Iowa. Died Oct. 9, 1933. Married 2 Dec, 1905 to Ida Lydia Rieke. Born 13, Jan 1885. Died march 27, 1957. Sioux Falls, S.D.
Mary is 16 degrees from Chet Atkins, 15 degrees from Edie Kohutek and 16 degrees from Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.