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BROWN, ROBBINS

BROWN, CURTIS

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Date: 6/3/2005 at 11:53:00

Biography reproduced from page 463 of the History of Kossuth and Humboldt Counties, Iowa published in 1884:

Robbins Brown was born May 11, 1818, in Oxford Co., Maine. When seventeen years of age he went to Rome, N. Y., where he spent two years farming and lumbering about eight miles from the city. He then moved to Potter Co., Penn., where he was engaged in the blacksmith business, and also in running rafts, for thirty-five years, on the Allegheny and Ohio rivers. Mr. Brown was married Feb. 14, 1844, to Polly Curtis, of Franklinville, Cattaraugus Co., N. Y. He now owns 160 acres of land, on section 26, township 95, range 29. Eighty acres of his land is in a good state of cultivation. Mr. Brown has been township trustee for three years, and school director for ten years. He is a Master Mason, and was formerly a member of the Odd Fellow’s lodge, but has never become a member of the lodge in this township. In politics he is a democrat. Mr. and Mrs. Brown have one son—Edgar C., born Nov. 14, 1836, and married in 1875. He has three children—Ethel, Elsie G. and Ralph.


 

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