Person:John Brown (160)

John Fanen Brown
m. 2 Jan 1845
  1. John Fanen Brown1845 - 1923
  2. James Monroe Brown1847 - 1924
  3. David Emanuel Brown1851 - 1927
  4. Samuel Case Brown1854 - 1922
  5. Josiah Galen Brown1857 - 1857
  6. William Marshall Brown1859 - 1936
  7. Charles Luther Brown1862 - 1873
m. 23 Dec 1865
Facts and Events
Name John Fanen Brown
Gender Male
Birth? 27 Nov 1845 Atlanta, Dekalb, Georgia
Marriage 23 Dec 1865 , Carroll, Georgiato Sarah Elizabeth Mattox
Census[1][4] 1870 Bowden District, Carroll, Georgia
Census[2][5] 3 Jun 1900 Clay County, Alabama
Census[3][6] 30 Apr 1910 Clay County, Alabama
Death? 19 May 1923 Warner Robbins, Houston, Georgia
Name  	Relation 	Marital Status 	Gender 	Race 	Age 	Birthplace 	Occupation 	Father's Birthplace	Mother's Birthplace John BROWN  	 Self  	 M  	 Male  	 W  	 35  	 GA  	 Farming  	 GA  	 GA  Elizebeth BROWN  	 Wife  	 M  	 Female  	 W  	 32  	 AL  	 Housekeeping  	 GA  	 GA  John T. BROWN  	 Son  	 S  	 Male  	 W  	 13  	 GA  	 Farming  	 GA  	 GA  Sarah C. BROWN  	 Dau  	 S  	 Female  	 W  	 9  	 GA  	   	 GA  	 GA  William BROWN  	 Son  	 S  	 Male  	 W  	 7  	 GA  	   	 GA  	 GA  Charley G. BROWN  	 Son  	 S  	 Male  	 W  	 4  	 GA  	   	 GA  	 GA  Sarah WILLIAMSON  	 MotherL  	   	 Female  	 W  	 64  	 GA  	 Housekeeping  	 ---  	 --- 

Source Information:

 	Census Place 	Wicker And Pinckneyville, Clay, Alabama
	Family History Library Film  	1254007
	NA Film Number  	T9-0007
	Page Number  	102D
  1. United States. Census Office. Georgia, 1870 population census schedules, M593. (Washington, D.C. : The National Archives, 1962, 1968)
    John F Brown household; Carroll County; roll 139, page 184-185, family #757; FHL film 545638, 29 Jan 2006.
  2. United States. Census Office. Alabama, 1900 population census schedules, T623. (Washington : The National Archives, [19--?])
    John F Brown household; Clay County; roll 9, page 123; E.D. 113, sheet 2, 28 Jan 2006.
  3. United States. Bureau of the Census. Alabama, 1910 population census schedules, T624. (Washington, D.C. : The National Archives, [19--?])
    E N Morris household; Clay County; roll 7, page 123, 4 Feb 2006.
  4. He lived with his wife, Sarah, and one son named John on a farm. He lived next to his mother and siblings.
  5. He lived with his wife, Sarah E, and four children on a farm. They had been married for 34 years and all seven of their children were still a live. He owned the farm. About 1878 they moved from Georgia to Alabama. The children are as follows; Charles G, age 23; Evie A, age 19; Wardlaw, age 14; Ida D, age 11. A son, Hua M Brown was renting a farm nearby
  6. He las living with his son inlaw, E N Morris, and his daughter, E A Morris on a farm. He is a widower.