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From: "Lea Roberts" <>
Subject: Re: [KYWAYNE] JAMES BROWN, Early Wayne Co., KY Settler
Date: Sun, 24 Sep 2006 18:15:55 -0500
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Thanks for sharing this as well. I would love to see this site and the books
with the book on early Wayne County History.

Hugs Lea




> Hi Listers!
>
> The message from Marilyn Fisher about June Baldwin Bork's new book, Wayne
> Co., KY Deed Book L (1851 - 1854), caused me to take another look at
> June's website. www.junebaldwinbork.com, and order a couple of her books.
> Also, I looked at the early history of Wayne County on her website and was
> struck by the name of an early settler named JAMES BROWN, a Revolutionary
> War soldier from North Carolina.
>
> Has anyone researched this JAMES BROWN, or are any of his descendants
> subscribed to this site? I am always looking for the parents and forebears
> of my husband's ancestor, MICHAEL BROWN (born about 1808 TN - died Mar 01,
> 1858 in Clinton Co., KY).
>
> "James Brown *[No.24] served in the North Carolina Militia in
> Revolutionary War. His Pension began 14 April 1834, age 79. The record
> states he arrived at the Battle of Point Pleasant known as Lord Dunmore's
> War, the day after the battle [11th October 1774] and helped to bury the
> dead. This battle was one of the bloodiest wars ever fought between the
> Shawnee Indians under Chief Cornstalk and the Colonials commanded by Lord
> Dunmore and Col. Andrew Lewis at the confluence of the Ohio and the Great
> Kanawha Rivers, now in Mason County, West Virginia. William Butram
> *[No.26], served in the North Carolina Militia. His pension began 4 March
> 1834, age 84. " (Quoted from website of June Baldwin Bork)
>
> Thanks in advance for any information! I will gladly share what ever I
> have on Michael Brown and his descendants.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Anna Bertram
>
>
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