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Edmund BROWNE
Elizabeth OKLYE
Husband:  Edmund BROWN / BROWNE
Birth:  ca. 1630
Death:  1665, Surinam
Event:  22 (4th Mo) 1634, admitted church, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA
Occupation:  servant to William COLBORNE
Marriage:  14 (12th mo) 1653
Wife:  Elizabeth OKLYE [OAKLEY?]
Children born in MA, both living on 2 Nov 1666:
1.  Mary BROWNE, b. 15 Dec 1656
2.  (Child) BROWNE
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; SR, Suriname; USA, US, United States, Massachusetts

Source:

1.  Charles Henry Pope.  1900.  The Pioneers of Massachusetts. C.H. Pope, Boston, MA (republ. 1965/98 by Genealogy Publ. Co., Baltimore, MD; Broderbund CD-504; online at Ancestry.com; Kindle e-copy sucks; paperback from NEHGS):
p. 72 Edmund, servant to Wm. Colborne, adm. chh. Boston 22 (4) 1634.  He m. 14 (12) 1653, Elizabeth Oklye; ch. Mary b. 15 Dec. 1656.
   He d. in Surinam about Michelmas, 1665, Admin. gr. to his wife 11 Oct., 1666.  She d. and the 2 ch.'s grandmother, Mary, widow of Robert Boucier alias Garret, was made one of the trustees of his est. for the benefit of the ch., 2 Nov., 1666.  [Reg. XV, 252, and XVI, 335.]

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