BROWN

Pearl Elizabeth Brown

Nebraska, circa 1908

This page is dedicated to Pearl Elizabeth Brown, 1887 - 1910, who bore two daughters and died too young in a soddy in the Nebraska Sandhills; and to Amanda Brown, 1810 - 1861, a weaver on the Wisconsin frontier. This is their family - two separate families until 1954.
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Their European Origins

    England (assumed)

Their American Journey

Their Story

    The West Family Chronicles, including the Nebraska Browns

Our Brown Family Heritage

  • Our English Heritage
    • Our Anglo-Saxon heritage, the cultural and historical inheritance of the English
    • Our Briton heritage, the cultural and historical inheritance of Celtic Britain
    • Our Celtic heritage, the broader cultural and historical inheritance of Celtic Britain
    • Our Germanic heritage, the broader cultural and historical inheritance of the English
    • Our Norman heritage, the Vikings from France who conquered England
  • Our Northern European Heritage


Our Brown Genealogy

    In the West Line - The Nebraska Browns
    In the Nelson Line - The Wisconsin Browns
     
  • GEDCOM Index of Individuals
  • GEDCOM Index of Surnames
  • Related Families: Luce, Nelson, Wilcox


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Last Updated 14 March, 2004