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HELP! flag male ancestor  Franklin Smith  BROWN

  (b. abt. 1838 Canton, Stark, Ohio, USA   d. 24 March 1907 Nebraska, USA )  

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Franklin Smith BROWN was born abt. 1838 in Canton, Stark, Ohio, USA. Franklin Smith BROWN was the child of John N BROWN   and   Mary Elizabeth SMITH

Spouse(s)/Partner(s) and Child(ren):

Franklin Smith  married  Lydia Lucinda CULGAN .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Lydia Lucinda CULGAN  was born 19 March 1849 in Montgomery Twp., Indiana, Pennsylvania. USA.  Lydia Lucinda died 27 February 1877 in LaPorte, Blackhawk, Iowa, USA. 

Franklin Smith BROWN died 24 March 1907 in Nebraska, USA.
Details of the family tree of Franklin appear below.
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  • 1869 Birth of Child
    John Oliver BROWN was born 19 November 1869, Plainfield, Will, Illinois, USA
  • 1877 Death of Spouse/Partner
    Lydia Lucinda CULGAN died 27 February 1877, LaPorte, Blackhawk, Iowa, USA
  • 1907 Death
    24 March 1907
    , Nebraska, USA

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