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). 
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 
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