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The genealogical register of John Lewis Browning, born 1777, Maryland : with notes on allied Pittenger relatives

Browning
compiled by Ruth T. Woods & David W. Auld ; prepared by David W. Auld
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Saratoga, California : D.W. Auld, 1988, c1987
vi, 87 p. : chiefly geneal. tables.

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Cover title: Browning.

Register (computerized) of ancestors and descendants of John Lewis Browning (1777-1840), who was born in Frederick County, Maryland, near Harpers Ferry, and married Sarah Ara or Airess in 1802, probably in Montgomery County, Maryland. They later moved to Otter Creek Township, Vigo County, Indiana. John Lewis Browning was a direct descendant in the seventh generation of Capt. John Browning (b.1598/1599), who immigrated after 1625 from England to Virginia, probably to Elizabeth City (now Hampton, independent city), Virginia. Descendants and relatives of Capt. Browning lived in Virginia, Maryland, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, California and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Auld, Clotfelter, Garland, Imel, Lynch, Pittenger, Woods and related families.

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