S246 Title: Ancestry Family Trees Publication: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.;
S255 Title: Oakes, Rensselaer Allston, Genealogical and Family History of Jefferson County New York Volume II, Oakes, Rensselaer Allston, Custodian of the Jefferson County Historical Society. Genealogical and Family History of Jefferson County New York Volume II. 1905. PDF. Internet Archive. http://www.archive.org/details/genealogicalfami02oake : 1996.
S261 Author: Yates Publishing Title: U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 Publication: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.Original data - This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases. Originally, the information was derived;
S364 Title: John Browne, Gentleman, of Plymouth (and one branch of descendants to the 12th generation), 1919 NOTEJohn Browne, Gentleman, of Plymouth (and one branch of descendants to the 12th generation), 1919. Brown, George Tilden, Justice of the Superior Court of Rhode Island Internet Archive. http://archive.org/details/johnbrownegentle00brow : 2012. Terry Kraft has an image copy.
↑ Source: #S255 Page: Brown Family Genealogy, Pages 1073-1075 Data: Text: Genealogical information on the John Brown, his family and his ancestors.
↑ Source: #S246 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Dorothy Beauchamp Kent
↑ Source: #S246 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for John Brown
↑ Source: #S246 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for John Browne II
↑ Source: #S364 Page: Page 13 Data: Text: Names of wife and children.
↑ Source: #S364 Page: Pages 33-36 Data: Text: The life and family of John Browne.
About the only source for an Ann Dennis I could find was as the wife of the John's son John and that other seemingly better sources seem to indicate it was a different Ann. More details with sources to follow.
Thanks for the great details. I stumbled on this profile through a connection to Lydia Buckland/Bucklin. There is a lot of different versions of who the children were, also. I am still working on the competing information and along the way try to add sources to all the neighboring profiles. Wish I had a subscription to American Ancestors I have e the book on order from my local library system here in Chicago suburbs.
If some of the facts here could be untangled and sourced, it would be easier to merge Brown-17285 into Browne-31.
Perhaps there is a typo, but under Burial, it says 1611, Lancaster, Massachusetts. Even the Pilgrims didn't land until 1620, and Lancaster, Mass. was founded 1643.
It is not disputed that John Browne, Jr. died March 31, 1662 at Rehoboth. He was buried at Little Neck Cemetery.
"The cemetery was founded in 1655, when the area was part of Rehoboth, Massachusetts" (Wikipedia).
There is no evidence that John Browne, Sr. lived at Rhode Island. There was a different Browne family in Rhode Island (Rev. Browne).
John Browne Sr. immigrated about 1633, was made a freeman of Plymouth 1634.
Rhode Island was not founded until 1636.
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