Colonel Morgan A. Brown

The ancestors and descendants of Morgan A. Brown (1788-1845),
Noted Citizen of Washington County, Georgia.


The following are links to websites specific to research, genealogy and history of the Morgan A. Brown family. I am also including the best recommended free and easy genealogy websites for overall genealogy research. There are some pay websites, but I am not providing that information here. In many cases those can be found accessible from your local area library.


Brown Family, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

An extensive history of the Brown family of Maryland was written down by Dr. Morgan Brown (1758-1840), the Revolutionary War veteran from South Carolina who settled Montgomery County, Tennessee. He wrote the family history of the Brown family in his family bible long before he passed away in 1840 at the age of 82. Clearly a lot of personal knowledge is recorded in this history.

The Family of Brown

The original history of the Brown family of Maryland as written by Morgan Brown IV and published in "Sketches and Anecdotes of the Family of Brown and Some Others with Whom They Are Connected, or From Whom They Are Descended." American Historical Magazine. Vol VII, No. 2. Apr 1901: 148, 227-243. Now available on Google Books. Be sure to scroll up to page 146 for more genealogies on the Stewart and Little families that Morgan Brown IV also claims descent from and provides a wealth of history.

Morgan Brown, Revolutionary War Soldier

A nice website of history and descendants of Morgan Brown IV (1758-1840), the Revolutionary War Soldier from South Carolina who later settled in Tennessee.

Revolutionary War Reminiscenses of Morgan Brown IV

This is a very interesting 'reminiscence' attributed to Morgan Brown IV, brother to Joseph Brown and uncle of our Morgan A. Brown, in which he gives a vivid account of his early life and some of his experiences during the Revolution. Especially the first battle of Charleston in the summer of 1776. This account was printed in the October 1859 issue of Russell's Magazine recently posted by Google Books. Click here and scroll to page 59 to read the reminiscences completely.


Brown Family Message Board

Brown Family Message Board on Rootsweb. Post Brown queries and read messages from other Brown researchers.

Brown Family Genealogy Forum

Brown Family Message Board on GenForum by Post Brown queries and read messages from other Brown researchers.


Brown Surname and Family Mailing Lists

Subscribe to this Brown E-mailing list. Post and receive e-mailed queries regarding the Brown family. Search or Browse the mailing list archives for past postings.



From the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah (LDS), this site includes various databases, research tips, resources, downloaded genealogies, etc., as well as online catalog of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah, the largest genealogy library in the world.


This site consists of several databases, including the Social Security Death Index and downloaded genealogy databases. Also included are links to mailing lists and message boards, with information on how to connect or access archives of previous postings. And there are links to many genealogy websites that are hosted for free by Rootsweb.


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Message Boards where you can post queries or read past discussions on various surnames, national and international regions, and specific genealogy topics and research techniques.

Cyndi’s List

A website that successfully organizes and categorizes all genealogy websites on the internet by subject and includes links to those sites.


The name pretty much tells it all. Find the grave for almost anyone anywhere. Search over 103 million known marked graves, with grave photos, detailed biographical information, family relations, and cemetery information.

United States National Archives

The home page for the National Archives and Records Administration of the United States Government. Click on the link to the pages for Genealogists/Family Historians. Provides a wealth of information for Genealogists on types of records, availability, databases, lessons, links, etc. Create an account and order copies of records directly from the NARA online.

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