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Austin BROWN

Fairview-East Richfield Cemetery
Summit County,

Children of John Brown (1800-1859) and his wife, Mary Ann Day. The children died of an epidemic in 1843: Charles (1837-1843), Peter (1840-1843), Austin (1842-1843) and Sarah (1834-1843). John Brown is best known as the anti-slavery abolitionist involved with the raid on a federal arsenal in Harper's Ferry, Virginia (now W.Va). He was later hanged for his involvment.

Contributed on 8/10/06 by manchester13
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Submitted: 8/10/06 • Approved: 8/21/06 • Last Updated: 8/13/15 • R993-G992-S3

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