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Jemima (Stevenson) Brown (abt. 1761 - 1807)

Jemima Brown formerly Stevenson
Born about in Baltimore, Baltimore County, Marylandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married about 1798 [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died in Kentuckymap
Profile last modified | Created 11 Jan 2019
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Biography

Jemima was born about 1761. She was the daughter of Henry Stevenson and Jane Stansbury. She passed away in 1807.

Jemima Stevenson was the daughter of Col. Henry Stevenson and the firs wife of Caleb Brown. According to Barnes, "By 1802, Caleb and Jemima were in Kentucky, when they sold land to Henry Stevenson, of Frederic Co. (Baltimore Co. Deeds, Liber WG #70, f. 222). [1]

Issue by first wife, Caleb was the father of:

1. Henry, b. 14 Feb 1798; d. in childhood;

2. Edward, b. 18 June, 1789;

3. Nicholas, b. 13 March, 1791; killed 5 May 1813, at Dudley's Defeat, Fort Meigs;

4. Capt. Henry Stevenson Brown, b 8 March1793;

5. Margaret, b. 10 Feb 1795; m. Shipton Parke;

6. John "Waco" Brown, b. 1796; d. 1831; was a prisoner of the Indians for a time; married and had issue;

7. Joshua, b. 21 Apr 1798; d. in inf;

8. Frances, b 1799; d. in inf;

9. Dr. Hugh H Brown, b. 1801 Missouri; m. and had issue that came to Texas;

10. Dr. Caleb S. Brown, b. 1805; d. 1855, in Gonzales, Texas [2]


Sources

  1. Barnes, Robert. Descendants of Edward and Mary Stevenson of Baltimore County, Maryland. 1966. P49.
  2. Barnes, Robert. Descendants of Edward and Mary Stevenson of Baltimore County, Maryland. 1966. P49.
  • Barnes, Robert. Descendants of Edward and Mary Stevenson of Baltimore County, Maryland. 1966.
  • Barnes, Robert. Descendants of Edward and Mary Stevenson of Baltimore County, Maryland. 1966. P49.


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Please see my additions to Jemima Stevenson Brown's profile. I can approve the merge but the spelling "Stevensen" should be put in research notes. An orthographic error should not change an entire biography.
posted by Victoria English
Stevensen-6 and Stevenson-6727 appear to represent the same person because: Clear duplicate. The issue about Jemima having a son Hugh is cleared up as he is supported by sources.
posted by Robert Moody
Stevensen-6 and Stevenson-6727 appear to represent the same person because: Same person. Surname spelling is Stevenson on Maryland birth record.
posted by Robert Moody
Stevenson-6 may be a duplicate of this record. With no more info it is hard to say. PMs should review.
posted by Richard Barton

Pending merges › Jemima Stevensen

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