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The Chad Browne Memorial

Consisting of Genealogical Memoirs of a Portion of the Descendants of
Chad and Elizabeth Browne with an Appendix Containing Sketches of 
Other Early Rhode Island Settlers, 1638 - 1888.

By: Abby Isabel Brown Bulkley & Henry Truman Beckwith, (Brooklyn, NY., 1888).

Order item B706
The book is 193 pages. The full text has been converted to PDF format which is searchable using the Reader's "FIND" function, and it is fully indexed. 
Available for $14.95 + $3.99 packing & shipping charge (Add $1.00 S&H for each additional volume ordered).

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     Chad Brown(e) with his wife Elizabeth and eldest son, John, arrived in New England in 1638.  Soon after arrival he removed his family to Providence, Rhode Island, perhaps due to religious reasons.  He died there sometime between 1643 and 1650, when his wife's name appears on a list of taxpayers.  They had five known sons whose descendants are detailed to the seventh generation.

     In the appendix is reprinted the booklet "Genealogy of a Portion of the Brown Family" compiled by Henry Truman Beckwith in 1851, and of which this memoir is to be a supplement.

     Biographical sketches of the following individuals are included: Thomas Angell; William, Thomas, Joanna and Elizabeth Arnold; Stephen Beckwith; Rev. Edward Bulkeley, Sarah Bulkeley; John Crandall; Gregory Dexter; William Eddye; Arthur Fenner; John and William Field; Philip Francis; William Goddard; John Greene of Warwick; Thomas and William Harris; Obadiah Holmes; Thomas Olney; Nicholas Power; Zachariah Rhodes; Richard Scott; John Sheldon; John Smith, the miller; Richard Tew; John Thurber; Pardon Tillinghast; Richard Waterman; John Whipple; Roger Williams; and Joshua Winsor. 

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