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Jonathan Browne was born 25 October 1635 in Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts to Abraham Brown (1579-1650) and Lydia Hodges (c1595-1686) and died March 1691 in Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts of unspecified causes. He married Mary Shattuck (1645-1732) 11 February 1662 in Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
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Biography

Jonathan Brownem 11 Feb 1661/1662 to Mary Shattuck (1645-1732) - She d 23 Oct 1732 aged 87 and was buried in the Waltham graveyard. His Will was dated 19 Feb 1690-1691 and proved Apr 7 and Inventory dated 1 Apr 1691. Wife and son Abraham Exec'rs. Real estate 6lots of land amounting to 211 acres appraised at L247. [Prob Records Vol VII 134-137.] N.B.-His sons dropt the final e. (Figure: Signature of Jonathan Browne)


Marriage & Family

This generation drops the e from the Browne name.

  1. James Brown (1661-1665)
  2. Mary Brown (1662-1732) - b 5 Oct 1662 m (1st) 22 Mar 1682/1683 John Warren by whom she had 2 children...He d 11 Jul 1703 and she m (2d) 14 Mar 1703/1704 Samuel Harrington.
  3. Elizabeth Brown (1664-1740) - b 19 Sep 1664 m 25 Mar 1687 Daniel Benjamin 9 chil.
  4. Jonathan Brown (1666-1666)] - b 25 Oct 1666, died young.
  5. Patience Brown (1669-1693) - b 6 Mar 1668/1669, m inSherburne 5 Mar 1686/1687 Isaac James Bigelow. She died soon leaving one child James bap 6 May 1688 mentioned in the Will of her father [Bigelow, 44.]
  6. Susana Brown (1670-) - ?
  7. Abraham Brown (1671-1729) - md Mary Hyde - Tavern Keeper - Militia Captain - b 26 Aug 1671, d 27 Nov 1729.
  8. Samuel Brown (1674-1764) - b 21 Oct 1674, ?prob unmarried.
  9. Lydia Brown (1677-1711) - (twin) b 26 Aug 1671, d 27 Nov 1729.
  10. Alse Brown (1677-1770) - (twin)
  11. Ebenezer Brown (1679-1711) - b 10 sep 1679. He probably d unmarried. (It was formerly supposed that this was the Ebenezer Brown who d in Newton Mar 1740, but that isimprobable if not certainly disproved.}
  12. Benjamin Brown (1682-1753) - md Ann Garfield - b 27 Feb 1681/1682, d 11 Mar 1753.
  13. William Brown (1684-1756) - md Sarah Bond - b 3 Sep 1684, d 28 Oct 1756.




Children


Offspring of Jonathan Browne and Mary Shattuck (1645-1732)
Name Birth Death Joined with
James Brown (1661-1665)
Mary Brown (1662-1732) 5 October 1662 Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States 23 October 1732 Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States John Warren (1666-1703)

Elizabeth Brown (1664-1740)
Jonathan Brown (1666-1666)
Patience Brown (1669-1693) 6 March 1669 Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 1693 Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts James Bigelow (1660-1728)

Susana Brown (1670-)
Abraham Brown (1671-1729)
Samuel Brown (1674-1764)
Lydia Brown (1677-1711)
Alse Brown (1677-1770)
Ebenezer Brown (1679-1711)
Benjamin Brown (1682-1753)
William Brown (1684-1756) 3 September 1684 Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 28 October 1756 Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Hannah Pease (1688-1717)
Sarah Bond (1690-1777)

Siblings


Offspring of Abraham Browne and Lydia Ann Brown Hodges (1608-1686)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Johnathon Brown (1635-1691) 25 October 1635 Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts March 1691 Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Mary Shattuck (1645-1732)

Abraham Browne (1639-1667) 6 March 1639 Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 28 September 1667 Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Mary Dix (1639-1675)


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