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Descendants of Nicholas Brann : a revolutionary soldier of West Mourland Co., Va.

Brann, M. W. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[United States] : M.W. Brann, [1939?]
18 p.

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Material in this text was compiled by M. W. Brann.

Includes information on the Lewis and Stevenson families.

Nicholas Brann was one of seven brothers who served in the Revolutionary War. He married sometime prior to the year 1780, lived in West Mourland Co., Virginia and died ca. 1799. Nicholas had a son named Richard who married Jane Curk (or Kirk). They moved to Franklin Co., Indiana and were the parents of four known children. Descendants of Nicholas Brann lived in Virginia, Indiana, Ohio, Kansas, Illinois and elsewhere.

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