The American Farmer, 1825

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I would like to purchase this 1825 Edition of The American Farmer. The Article about Garrick imported full brsd Devon Bull is an article written by the Baltimore Harford 1st Gatekeeper. John B Brown,
born in Pennsylvania in 1778. He was installed as gate keeper in September of 1817. John B was the gate keeper until 1850. He died November 26, 1853. John B was buried in the Friends Cemetery, Baltimore Maryland across the street from the toll gate on Harford Road. John was a Quaker. His children were Rebecca Brown, Sarah Brown, Mary Brown, John Brown, William Brown,
Benjamin Brown and Henry Brown.
John B Brown was my great great great grandfather and his son John Brown was my great great grandfather. My great great grandfather John joined the Army at Fort Mc Henry in 1834. fought in the Indian Wars, after 5 years was discharged at Fort Jessup in Louisana. John reenlisted at Fort Jessup and fought the Mexican War. He was discharged in Fredericksburg Texas in 1849.
He is not listed on the 1850 census, but on the 60, 70,and 80 census in Bexar County Texas. He married Lucinda Mcullough. Lucinda was 14 yrs old when she married John Brown, he was 42 yrs old. They had a total of 12 living children. They are buried side by side in the Oakely Cemetery in Bexar County, Tx By Sallie Pierdolla 12510 FM 775, La Vernia, Tx 78121, If you are related to John B Brown contact me.

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