Biography of Joseph Brown
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JOSEPH BROWN, born March 12, 1834, is a native of Richland County, Ohio, and the eldest son of Martin and Cicilia (Simon) Brown, who were natives of France, and emigrated to America in 1832, settling in Ricliland County, where they both died in March, 1882. Their children were Mary A., Joseph, Ambrose, Ferdinand, Samuel, Cleopha and John. Joseph, our subject, was married September 25, 1860, to Miss Rimlinger, a resident of Crawford County, and a native of France, daughter of Martin and Barbara Rimlinger. This union was blessed by ten children; Mary C., John, Cleopha, Roseanna, Emeline, Francis S., Joseph F., Charlie M., Clara and Annie. Mary and John are deceased. Mr. Brown purchased sixty acres of land in this township in 1863, adding twenty acres more in 1872. Upon this he now resides, having it well improved and stocked. He is a prominent citizen in his township, a Democrat in politics, and with his family, is a member of the Catholic Church.

From:
The History of Wyandot County, Ohio
Liggett, Canaway & Co.,
Chicago 1884


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