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Mary Brown

(1813-?)


Father: Thomas Brown (abt.1778-1847)
Mother: Mary Dyson (abt.1776-1847)

Siblings:

Children:

Timeline

abt.1813-05-24 Birth Place: Admergill Source: Estimated from baptism record
1813-06-24 Baptism Place: St Bartholomew, Colne
Abode: Admergill
Source: Parish record  [transcript 1]
Source: Bishop's transcript  [transcript 2]
Source: lan-opc  [link]  [transcript 3]
1834-07-28 Marriage
to James Winterbottom
Place: St Mary, Newchurch-in-Pendle
Abode: Lower Spenn
Witness: Henry Worsick
Witness: John Winterbottom
Source: Parish register (banns)  [transcript 4]
Source: Parish register  [transcript 5]
Source: lan-opc (banns)  [link]  [transcript 6]
Source: lan-opc  [link]  [transcript 7]
? Death Source: Assumed; date unknown


Transcripts of sources

1
 Page 23. BAPTISMS solemnized in the Chapelry of Colne in the County of Lancaster in the Year 1813
 1813 24th June  No. 177.  Mary Daughter of  Thomas and Mary  Brown  Admergill  Weaver  W Wilkinson Assistant Curate
2
 Page 22. BAPTISMS solemnized in the Parish of Colne in the County of Lancaster in the Year 1813
 [1813] 24 of June  No. 175  Mary Dau of  Thomas and Mary  Brown  Admergill  Weaver  W Wilkinson Assistant Curate
3
 Baptism: 24 Jun 1813 St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire, England
 Mary Brown - Daughter of Thomas Brown & Mary
 Abode: Admergill
 Occupation: Weaver
 Register: Baptisms 1813 - 1819, Page 24, Entry 186
 Source: LDS Film 1471024
4
 Page 58  ( The Year 1834 )
 No. 247
 Banns of Marriage between James Winterbottom of Chapel-row, Old Laund,
 and Mary Browne of Lower Spenn, spinster,
 both of this chapelry were published in the three Sundays underwritten:
 That is to say, On Sunday, the  8th June by me J. Rushton
                 On Sunday, the 15th June by me J. Rushton
                 On Sunday, the 22nd June by me J. Rushton
 Married [written vertically across entry]
5
 Page 73. MARRIAGES solemnized in the chapelry of Newchurch in Pendle
 in the County of Lancaster in the Year 1834
 James Winterbottom of Chapel-row, bachelor
 and Mary Browne of Lower Spenn, Spinster, both of this chapelry
 were married in this Chapel by Banns with Consent of
 [blank] this 28th Day of
 July in the Year One thousand eight hundred and 34
 By me H.J. Swale off Minister
 This Marriage was solemnized between us  {  James Winterbottom
                                          {  Mary Browne her mark  + [underneath]
 In the Presence of  {  Henry Worsick
                     {  John Winterbottom
 No. 217.
6
 Banns: St Mary, Newchurch in Pendle, Lancs.
 James Winterbottom - Chapel Row Old Laund in this Chapelry
 Mary Browne - Spinster, Lower Spenn of this Chapelry
     First Reading: 8 Jun 1834; Read By: J Rushton
     Second Reading: 15 Jun 1834; Read By: J Rushton
     Third Reading: 22 Jun 1834; Read By: J Rushton
     Married 28 Jul 1834
     Notes: Married
     Register: Banns 1825 - 1871, Page 58, Entry 247
     Source: LDS Film 1278872
7
 Marriage: 28 Jul 1834 St Mary, Newchurch in Pendle, Lancs.
 James Winterbottom - Bachelor, Chapel Row of this Chapelry
 Mary Browne - (X), Spinster, Lower Spen of this Chapelry
     Witness: Henry Worsick; John Winterbottom
     Married by Banns by: W J Swale Off. Minst.
     Register: Marriages 1814 - 1837, Page 73, Entry 217
     Source: LDS Film 1278872


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