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James BROWN II
Hannah HOWES
Husband:  James BROWN
Birth:  aft. 1643, MBC [now MA]
Death:  26/27 Feb 1707/8, Newbury, Essex Co., PM [now MA]
Occupation:  glazier
Father:  James BROWN I
Mother:  Judith __?__
Marriage:
Wife:  Hannah HOWES / HOUSE / HUSE
Birth:
Death:  18 Nov 1713, Newbury, Essex Co., PM [now MA]
Children:
James BROWN III, b. ca. 1671
Sarah BROWN, b. 10 Aug 1678
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; MBC, Massachusetts Bay Colony; PM, Province of Massachusetts; USA, US, United States, MA, Massachusetts

Timeline
Year Location Event
4 Apr 1629 Royal Charter established Massachusetts Bay Colony
10 May 1643 MBC: formation of Middlesex, Essex, Suffolk, and Norfolk Counties (the last now in NH)
28 Aug 1643 MBC: Middlesex Co.: Charlestown death of 1st James BROWN II, older brother of our subject
aft. 1643 MBC birth of 2nd James BROWN II, our subject
    birth of Hannah HOWES
    marriage of James BROWN II & Hannah HOWES
ca. 1671   birth of son, James III
1672 MBC: Essex Co., Newbury James buys his parent's home
1672-73 MBC: Middlesex Co.: Charlestown in residence
1677-79 MBC: Essex Co.: Salem in residence
10 Aug 1678 MBC: Essex Co.: Salem birth of daughter, Sarah
1680-1691 MBC: Essex Co.: Newbury in residence
21 Mar 1680/1 MBC: Essex Co.: Newbury birth of son, Benjamin
17 Mar 1682/3 MBC: Essex Co.: Newbury birth of son, Abraham
13 Jan 1683 MBC: Essex Co.: Newbury death of son, Abraham
1691 Chartering of the Province of Massachusetts
8 Apr 1695 MBC: Essex Co., Newbury marriage of daughter, Sarah, to Richard LOWLE
1691-1707 PM: Essex Co., Newbury in residence
26/27 Feb 1707 PM: Essex Co., Newbury death of 2nd James BROWN
18 Nov 1713 PM: Essex Co., Newbury death of Hannah (HOWES) BROWN
1788 Massachusetts achieves statehood
5 Jan 1874 Charlestown annexed by Boston into Suffolk Co.

Sources:

1a.  Clarence Almon Torry.  1985.  New England Marriages Prior to 1700.  New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, MA (reprinted 1997, Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore, MD):
The "b" indicates the birth date of a child as an indication that the marriage took place before this time.  The locations are known residences of the husband, ending with the husband's place of death.  An entry in Torrey does not imply a marriage in New England; it only demonstrates the presence of a married couple there before 1700.  Torrey is a compilation of published sources, not primary records, so he should be considered a secondary source.
p. 106 BROWN, James (ca 1639-1708) & Hannah HOWES? / HOUSE / HUSE? (-1713); 16 Mar 1669/70, 16-1-1670; Charlestown / Salem / Newbury

1b.  Clarence Almon Torry.  2015.  New England Marriages Prior to 1700.  New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, MA (repuslished; online at AmericanAncestors.org):
p. - -
-
.  Anon.  1909.  "Descendants of James Brown of Newbury." The Essex Antiquarian XIII(1): 164-166 (online at www.americanancestors.org and books.google.com):
p. 164
3
JAMES BROWN,2 was a glazier; lived in Charlestown, 1672 and 1673, in Salem 1677-1679, in Newbury 1680-1707.  He married Hannah _____; and in 1706 deeded his house, barn and land in Newbury to their son James for benefits in their old age.  He died in Newbury Feb. 26 (27?), 1707; and she died, his widow, in Newbury Nov. 18, 1713.
     Children:
p. 165
  11I.   JAMES3, See below (11).
  12II.   SARA,3, b. Aug. 10, 1678, in Salem; m. Richard Lowle April 8, 1695, in Newbury.
  13III.   -
  14IV.   -
  15V.   -
  16VI.   -

.  Sidney Perley.  1924-28.  The History of Salem, Massachusetts.  3 vols.  Self-published, Salem, MA (Broderbund CD-117):
Vol. II (1638-1670)
p. 420      JAMES BROWN,2 glazier; lived in Charlestown in 1672 and 1673, in Salem 1677-1679, in Newbury 1680-1707, married Hannah _____, died in Newbury Feb 26, 1707, she died there Nov 18, 1713; children: 1. James,3 glazier, lived in Newbury, married, first, Mary Edwards April 28, 1705; she died in Newbury May 5, 1700; married, secondly Rebecca Kelly Jan. 1, 1701-2; he died in Newbury May 17, 1745, 2. Sarah,3 born Aug. 10, 1678, in Salem;
p. 421 ...


married Richard Lowle April 8, 1695; 3. Benjamin,3 born March 21, 1680-1, in Newbury; 4. Abraham,3 born March 17, 1682-3, died Jan. 13, 1683-4; 5. Joseph,3 born May 10, 1685; b. Hannah,3 born Nov. 16, 1687.

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