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J. S. HOWARD
Druscilla H. BROWN
Husband:  J. S. HOWARD
Marriage:
Wife:  Druscilla / Drusilla / Drucilla H. BROWN
Birth:  5 May 1826, Waterford, New London Co., Ct
Death:  29 Jun 1858
Disposition:  buried East Bronson - Olena Cemetery, near Olena, Bronson Twp., Huron Co., OH
Father:  Robert BROWN
Mother:  Harriet CHAPPELL
Children:
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Sources:

1.  Marriage Record:

2.  1850 U.S. Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #

3.  Find-a-Grave: Entries (online at findagrave.com):
Name - Drucilla Brown Howard -
Birth - 5 May 1827 -
Death - 29 Jun 1858 -
Note - Date of birth calculated -
Burial - East Bronson - Olena Cemetery
Huron County, Ohio
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Inscription -
MELISA
DAU. OF R. & E. BROWN
DIED JUNE 9, 186?
AGED 21Y. 8M.
DRUCILLA BROWN
WIFE OF J.S. HOWARD
DIED JUNE 28, 1858
AGED 31Y. 1M. 24D.
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Father - Robert Brown (1805-1890) -
Mother - Eliza Brown (1805-1877) -
Spouse -   -
Siblings - [lists three] -
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Memorial # - 92486052 -
Her birth record says 1826.  Robert BROWN (1805-1890) is her brother, not her father.

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