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George Brown (abt. 1820)

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George Brown
Born about in South Weald, Essex, England, United Kingdommap
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Categories: South Weald, Essex.

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George Brown was born in the United Kingdom.

George was born about 1820. He is the son of Adam Brown and Ann Peacock.

Baptism: 16 April 1820, St Peter, South Weald, Essex, England. [1] [2]

Sources

  1. Essex Archives - Parish Registers - South Weald St Peter. http://seax.essexcc.gov.uk/ParishRegisters.aspx?selAlphabet=S&selParish=10437&selChurch=12426.
  2. County Essex. Place South Weald. Church name St Peter. Register type Parish Register. Register entry number 262. Baptism date 16 Apr 1820. Person forename George. Person abode S Weald. Father forename Adam. Father surname BROWN. Father occupation Labourer. Mother forename Ann. FreeReg Baptism transcriptions, http://www.freereg.org.uk/, accessed 21 Jan 2017.


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