Person:Thomas Brown (184)

Thomas Brown
b.ABT 1728 New Jersey
d.BEF 27 JUL 1786 Botetourt County, Virginia
m. ABT 1715
  1. Henry Brown, Jr.1716 - 1798
  2. Samuel Brown1717 - BEF 1750
  3. Daniel BrownABT 1720 - aft 1797
  4. David BrownABT 1723 -
  5. Thomas BrownABT 1728 - BEF 1786
  6. Robert BrownABT 1730 -
  7. Esther BrownABT 1737 - 1805
  • HThomas BrownABT 1728 - BEF 1786
  • WMary Terry1743 -
m. ABT 1760
  1. Thomas Brown1761 - 1823
  2. Esther Brown1762 - 1848
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Brown
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1728 New Jersey
Marriage ABT 1760 prob. Augusta County, Virginiato Mary Terry
Death? BEF 27 JUL 1786 Botetourt County, Virginia

Thomas Brown was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 413.--30th August, 1760. Henry Brown and Alice to Thomas Brown, £5, 87 acres on Goose Creek. (Note: Thomas Brown was a younger brother of Henry Brown, Jr.).

Estate Records of Thomas Brown

From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:

  • Page 546.--27th July, 1786. Thomas Brown's estate appraised by Jno. Young, Jas. Cunningham, Jas. Bell.

Records of Thomas Brown in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:

  • Page 113.--11th December, 1748. John Willey (Wiley)'s will--Daughters, Jean and Margaret; son, George. Executors, Alexander Mathews and George Leath. Jean is aged 7 years 13th of next June. Margaret is aged 5 years 23d of next April. George is aged 2 years 23d of next April. Teste: Thos. Brown, William Beames.
  • Page 195.--17th July, 1765. William ( ) Dean and Sarah ( ) to John Dean, £100, 327 acres, part of 820 acres patented to Adam Dickenson, 1st June, 1761, on Jackson's River; corner James Borelan, white oaks on Indian Camp Branch. Teste: John Shields, Thos. ( ) Brown, Mathew Thomson. Delivered: Jno. Dean, 16th March, 1772.
  • Page 492.--10th April, 1769. Alex. Bohannon (Buchanan) and Isabella, of North Carolina, to Michael Bowyer, £200, the tract commonly known by the place whereon Valentine Sevier formerly lived, containing 400 acres, side of Daniel James' Branch, Absalom Hayworth's line. Teste: W. Bowyer,

John Stewart, Thos. Brown, Christopher Graham.