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Text:"..., Rhode Island) to forbid Mr. Williams from exercising any authority there, and laying claim to th^ island (33). Mr. JohnBrowne was appointed, June 4, 1646, a member of a commission to prepare a law..."
Date:1919
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Text:"... at Kennebeck, Me. : i -s Mr. Bicknell further says: %? -^1^^ ^ X^^ of Henry Vane, the father of Sil | :^.|if 5^ Vane, in 1656, Mr. JohnBrowne of vSj-sA^^ms ^§^ «-t . was sent to take charge of the large e%taie6..."
Date:1919
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Text:"...He was deputed, March 1, 1652, to inquire into the complaint of the neighboring Indians of Rehoboth, and, *Mr. JohnBrowne is also deputed to make inquiry about the man that seleth strong waters..."
Date:1919
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Text:"...Mary Browne, daughter of Mr. JohnBrowne, was bom in 1614, and was probably oldest of the children. She married July 6, 1636, Thomas Willett (48), and died January 8, 1669. She was buried **by her..."
Date:1919
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Text:"... at a ■ s? General Court a Council of War was raised. Mr. JohnBrowne was appointed a member of -^ * this Council. Again June 2, 1646, he was ^ § I ? chosen a member of the Council of War. The General Court..."
Date:1919
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Text:"... spreads at Seekonk as well as at Providence and the Island, I have been so bold as to tell him that he persecutes his son and the people, and on the other side Mr. Newman also (38). In 1655 JohnBrowne..."
Date:1919
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Text:".... Joseph Brown was son of Mr. JohnBrowne of Rehobot.., well known in the history nf t- . ,^]ri colony (77). Some dates given iil that foot-note are manifestly wrong. The foregoing seems to be sufhcient..."
Date:1919
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Text:"...The names of Mr. JohnBrowne, and his two sons, John [II] and James, are on the list of males in Taunton in 1643 between the ages of sixteen and sixty, subject to military duty (9); thus it appears..."
Date:1919
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Text:"... of Wannamoisett included in the ancient Swansea (16)* At a session of the Grand Inquest holden March 2, 1640, a presentment was returned against George Bowers for a defamation against Mr. JohnBrowne, Assistant..."
Date:1919
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Text:"... a of Mr. JohnBrowne sen r. deceased Jan. 27, , ^ being in the 90th year of her age or there- t 01$ abouts, and was buried on the 29th of January, 1673. ^|r jIiJIh r From this record we lean^nfe was born..."
Date:1919
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Text:"... of the activities of Mr. JohnBrowne in colonial affairs and the long and valued public services he had rendered in Plymouth Colony, the lack even of a simple marker at his grave, suggesting the desirability..."
Date:1919
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Text:"... Memorial Hall at Rehoboth, Mass., memorials in honor of JohnBrowne, a sum not exceeding $1000 toward defraying the cost and expenses of said memorials. Frederic W. Bliss, Geo. N. Goff, Walter Gilman Page..."
Date:1919
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Text:"...Starting with JohnBrowne, as the First Generation, a Roman numeral in brackets placed after a name indicates that the author traces his descent through such person in the generation corresponding..."
Date:1919
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Text:"..., when he finally resigned * The Rev. James Williams, from Cratfield, came in 1833, and died here in 1835. The REV. JOHN ROGERS settled here in 1837, and removed to Rendham in 1844.! The Rev. JohnBrowne..."
Date:1877
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Text:"...The JohnBrowne under consideration was an English shipbuilder, and came to this country when about fifty years old with his wife Dorothy, daughter Mary, and at least two sons, John and James..."
Date:1919
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Text:"...Legible reproduction of Letter from JohnBrowne to John Winthrop (i) Cohaimett, the 3th of November 1640. Worthy Sr. - Your letter to James Cole I have delivered, but have noe hope of getting any..."
Date:1919
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Text:"...•Ji t JohnBrowne, Gentleman, OF PLYMOUTH (and one branch of descendants to the izth generation) ASSISTANT, COMMISSIONER, MAGISTRATE, PIONEER IN NEW ENGLAND COLONIAL LIFE. He commanded..."
Date:1919
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Text:"... (Francis Baylies) 269; (16) 2 New Plym. 200 201; (17) 1 Plym. Col. Rec. 9 36; (18) Monograph on JohnBrowne (Thos. W. Bicknell) in R. I. Hist. Soc; (19) 1 Hist. Geneal. Reg. 225; (20) 1 Plym. Col. Rec. 36..."
Date:1919
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Text:"...ENSIGN JOHN BROWN [II] Ensign JohnBrowne was the elder son of JohnBrowne, Gentleman [I] and his wife Dorothy (70). The date of his birth is not definitelyknown. It must have been before 1623..."
Date:1919