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From: "D. Spencer Hines" <>
Subject: Re: Possible correction to St. John-Whiting ancestry
Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2003 05:26:55 +0100
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Do you show any of the siblings of this Samuel Browne marrying Washingtons,
who were also from Northants?
And what is Oliver St. John's ancestry?
Any clue as to Nicholas Browne's ancestors?
"All America lies at the end of the wilderness road, and our past is not a
dead past, but still lives in us. Our forefathers had civilization inside
themselves, the wild outside.
We live in the civilization they created, but within us the wilderness still
lingers. What they dreamed, we live, and what they lived, we dream."
T. K. Whipple ---- "Study Out The Land"
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"John Brandon" <> wrote in message
| I think you dropped a line someplace in copying. As I recall, it
| reads (something like)--
| "BROWNE, SAMUEL (d 1668) judge, was the son of Nicholas Browne of
| Polebrooke, Northamptonshire, by Frances, daughter of Thomas St. John,
| third son of Oliver St. John, [Lord Bletsoe, and a first cousin of
| Oliver St. John,] chief justice of the common pleas during the
| protectorate. ..."
| There are bios. of Samuel Browne in Foss's _Judges_ and in Mary Frear
| Keeler's book on the M.P.s of the Long Parliament.
|Re: Possible correction to St. John-Whiting ancestry by "D. Spencer Hines" <>|