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Samuel Brown and Mary Ann Brezeale

Lewis Brown married Julia Tatum and they had
a son, Samuel Brown who married Mary Ann Brezeale and they had
a son, John Tatum Brown who married Sarah Hood and they had
a daughter, Susan Brown who married Thomas Massingale and they had
a daughter, Lora Massengale who married John Langdon Wilder and they had
a daughter, Clara Marie Wilder who married Julian Rhett Prince and they had
a daughter, Peggy who is Stan's mother

Samuel Brown was born 4/25/1817 in Pickens County, SC to Lewis Brown and Julia Tatum. Lewis Brown (DOB about 1760 in Virginia; DOD about 1847 in Pickens County, SC ) and Julia Tatum (DOB about 1778 in NC?; DOD about 1860 in Pickens County, SC) had: Samuel Brown, Saidie Eady Brown who married James Southerland, Francis "Fannie" Brown who married Benjamin Franklin Griffin and Lester Morris, William Brown, Tamie Brown and possibly up to 3 other daughters.

Samuel Brown married Mary Ann Brezeale. Mary Ann Brezeale was born 7/27/1821 in SC to George Washington Breazeale (DOB about 1780 in SC to Willis Brezeale and Sarah Woods; DOD about 1850 in Tennessee) and Sara Dillashaw (DOB ? in South Carolina; DOD 1880-1887 in Abbeville, SC or Pickens County, SC). George Washington Breazeale and Sara Dillashaw had 3 children that I'm aware of: Mary Ann Brezeale (who married Samuel Brown); James Washington Breazeale (who married Amanda Black); and, Lucinda Breazeale (who married Robert M. Scott) . George Washington Brezeale may have also been married to Unity D. Trice.

Samuel and Mary Ann had 11 children:

1) John Tatum Brown (DOB 3/30/1840 in Griffin Community, Pickens County, SC; DOD 3/15/1912 in Woodruff, Spartanburg County, SC) married Sarah Hood.

2) William Silas Brown (DOB 5/30/1842 in Pickens County, SC; DOD 3/1/1925 in Calhoun, Gordon County, GA) married Mary Eliza Pace on 1/7/1866.

3) Henry Jacob Brown (DOB 2/17/1845 in Pickens County, SC; DOD 10/27/1940 in Plainville, GA) married Nan Massingill on 12/21/1876 and Arminda Simmons on 10/16/1867.

4) Sheriff Hanes Brown (DOB 10/11/1847 in Pickens County, SC; DOD 1/13/1935 in Pickens County, SC) married Nancy Catherine Blassingame on 12/21/1876 by W.B. Singleton in Pickens County, SC.

5) Mary Jane Brown (DOB 7/20/1852 in Pickens County, SC; DOD 10/5/1862 in Griffin Community, Pickens County, SC)

6) James Ambler Brown (DOB 5/23/1855 in Pickens County, SC; DOD 3/17/1924 in Pelzer, Greenville County, SC) married Elmira Josephine Smith "Josie".

7) Samuel W. Brown (DOB 8/10/1858 in Pickens County, SC; DOD 10/10/1862 in Pickens County, SC)

8) Sarah Ann Brown (DOB 8/30/1861 in Pickens County, SC; DOD 2/7/1945 in Pickens County, SC) married George E. Chapman.

9) Robert Bowen Brown (DOB 9/26/1865 in Pickens County, SC; DOD 9/17/1934 in Pickens County, SC) married Leona Victoria Harbin "Lona" on 12/22/1889.

10) Lewis Acker Brown (DOB 3/20/1850 in Pickens County, SC; DOD 8/21/1851 in Pickens County, SC)

11) Fannie Brown (DOB about 1837 in Pickens County, SC; DOD about 1841 in Pickens County, SC)

1840 U.S. Census of Pickens District, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll 390; Page: 514; Image: 789; Family History Library Film: 0022510, "Brown, Samuel"
Name: Samuel Brown
Township: Pickens District
County: Pickens
State: South Carolina
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19: 1
Total - All Persons (Free White, Free Colored, Slaves): 3
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 2
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 1
Total Free White Persons: 3
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 3

1850 U.S. Census of Eastern Division, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll M432_857; Page: 452B; Image: 365, Lines 10-16, "Samuel Brown"
Samuel Brown, 32 yrs old (DOB 1818), M(ale), W(hite), Farming, Real Estate Value $1,000, Born in SC, Cannot read or write
Mary Brown, 24 yrs old (DOB 1826), F, W, Born in SC, Cannot read or write
John T. Brown, 10 yrs old (DOB 1840), M, W, Born in SC
Wm. S. Brown, 8 yrs old (DOB 1842), M, W, Born in SC
Henry J. Brown, 5 yrs old (DOB 1845), M, W, Born in SC
Sheriff H. Brown, 3 yrs old (DOB 1847), M, W, Born in SC
Lewis Z. Brown, 3/12 mos old (DOB 4/1850), M, W, Born in SC

U.S. Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880
Census Year: 1860; Census Place: Regiment 5, Pickens, South Carolina; Archive Collection Number: AD262; Roll 4; Page: 19; Line: 14; Schedule Type: Agriculture
Name: William Massengale, Samuel Brown, John T. Brown, Elijah Hayes, Solomon Hayes, Benjamin Hayes (All are inter-related)
Locality: Regiment 5
County: Pickens
State: South Carolina
Enumeration Date: 5 Jul 1860
Schedule Type: Agriculture
Line 2, William Massengale (1)
Line 14, Samuel Brown (2)
Line 15, John T. Brown (3)
Line 18, Elijah Hayes (4)
Line 19, Solomon Hayes (5)
Line 33, Benjamin Hayes (6)
Acres of Land, Improved: (1) -, (2) 60, (3) -, (4) 20, (5) 75, (6) 50
Acres of Land, Unimproved: (1) -, (2) 1020, (3) -, (4) 110, (5) 225, (6) 50
Cash Value of Farm: (1) -, (2) $4000, (3) -, (4) $700, (5) $600, (6) $600
Cash Value of Farm Implements & Machinery: (1) $5, (2) $75, (3) $5, (4) $5, (5) $30, (6) 30
Livestock as of June 1, 1860, Horses: (1) -, (2) 4, (3) 1, (4) 2, (5) 1, (6) 1
Livestock as of June 1, 1860, Asses & Mules: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4) -, (5) -, (6) -
Livestock as of June 1, 1860, Milch Cows: (1) 2, (2) 3, (3) 1, (4) 1, (5) 2, (6) 1
Livestock as of June 1, 1860, Working Oxes: (1) -, (2) 2, (3) -, (4) -, (5) 2, (6) 2
Livestock as of June 1, 1860, Other Cattle: (1) 4, (2) 7, (3) -, (4) -, (5) 3, (6) 1
Livestock as of June 1, 1860, Sheep: (1) 5, (2) 13, (3) 4, (4) 4, (5) 10, (6) 12
Livestock as of June 1, 1860, Swine: (1) 12, (2) 20, (3) 10, (4) 3, (5) 7, (6) 2
Livestock as of June 1, 1860, Value of Livestock: (1) $75, (2) $400, (3) $75, (4) $175, (5) $200, (6) $225
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Wheat, Bushels: (1) -, (2) 20, (3) -, (4) 20, (5) 25, (6) 10
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Rye, Bushels: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4) -, (5) -, (6) -
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Indian Corn, Bushels: (1) 250, (2) 500, (3) 150, (4) 100, (5) 250, (6) 125
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Oats, Bushels: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4) -, (5) -, (6) -
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Rice, Lbs: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4) -, (5) -, (6) -
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Tobacco, Lbs: (1) 50, (2) -, (3) -, (4) -, (5) 50, (6) -
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Ginned Cotton Bales (400 lbs): (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4) -, (5) -, (6) -
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Wool, Lbs: (1) 10, (2) 25, (3) 5, (4) 8, (5) 20, (6) 15
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Peas & Beans, Bushels: (1) -, (2) 5, (3) 5, (4) -, (5) 5, (6) 5
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Irish Potatoes, Bushels: (1) 5, (2) -, (3) 5, (4) 20, (5) 5, (6) -
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Sweet Potatoes, Bushels: (1) 50, (2) 100, (3) 40, (4) -, (5) 100, (6) 100
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Barley, Bushels: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Buckwheat, Bushels: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Value of Orchard Products, Dollars: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Wine, Gallons: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Value of Produce of Market Gardens, Dollars: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Butter, Lbs: (1) 25, (2) 50, (3) 25, (4) , (5) , (6) 20
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Cheese, Lbs: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Hays, Tons: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Clover Seeds, Bushels: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Grass Seeds, Bushels: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Hops, Lbs: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Hemp, Dew Rotted, Tons: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Hemp, Water Rotted, Tons: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Hemp, Other Prepared, Tons: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Flax, Lbs: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Flaxseed, Bushels: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Silk Cocoons, Lbs: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Maple Sugar, Lbs: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Cane Sugar, (1000 lbs): (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Molasses, Gallons: (1) -, (2) -, (3) -, (4)
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Beeswax, Lbs: (1) -, (2) 5, (3) -, (4) -, (5) 5, (6) -
Produce During Year Ending 6/1/1860, Honey, Lbs: (1) -, (2) 30, (3) -, (4) -, (5) 100, (6) -
Value of Homemade Mfg, Dollars: (1) $20, (2) $5, (3) $15, (4) $5, (5) $100, (6) $20
Value of Animals Slaughtered, Dollars: (1) $50, (2) $100, (3) $30, (4) $35, (5) $60, (6) $35


1860 Census of Twelve Mile Post Office, 5th Regiment, Pickens County, SC, Pg 137, Lines 36-40 and Pg 138, Lines 1-3, Dwelling 490, Family 476, "Samuel Brown", living next door to John T. Brown
Samuel Brown, 44 years old, M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, $1,000 Real Estate Value, $500 Personal Estate Value, Born in Pickens, SC
Mary A. Brown, 34 years old, F, W, Born in Pickens, SC
William S. Brown, 18, M, W, Farmer, Born in Pickens, SC
Henry J. Brown, 16, M, W, Farmer, Born in Pickens, SC
Sheriff H. Brown, 13, M, W, Born in Pickens, SC
Mary J. Brown, 11, F, W, Born in Pickens, SC
James A. Brown, 9, M, W, Born in Pickens, SC
Samuel Brown, 2, M, W, Born in Pickens, SC
John T. Brown, 20 years old, M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, $0 Real Estate Value, $100 Personal Estate Value, Born in Pickens, SC
Sarah Brown, 21 years old, F, W, Born in Pickens, SC
Elijah Brown, 2 year sold, M, W, Born in Pickens, SC


U.S. IRS Tax Assessment Lists, 1862-1918, South Carolina
Name: Samuel Brown
State: South Carolina
Tax Year: 1866
Roll Title: District 3; Annual, Monthly and Special Lists; 1864-1866
NARA Series: M789
NARA Roll: 2


I have not been able to find this family in the 1870 Census. If anyone has, please email me. See the contact information at the end of this post.


1880 U.S. Census of Pickens CH, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll 1238; Family History Film: 1255238; Page: 12C; Enumeration District: 128, Lines 34-41, "Samuel Brown" and "James A. Brown"
Brown, Samuel, W(hite), M(ale), 65 yrs old (DOB 1815), Head, Married, Farmer, Born in SC, Father born in VA, Mother born in NC
Brown, Mary, W, F, 60 yrs old (DOB 1820), Wife, Married, Housekeeper, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Brown, Sarah A., W, F, 16 yrs old (DOB 1864), Daughter, Single, At Home, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Brown, Robt B. (sic), W, M, 14 yrs old (DOB 1866), Son, Single, Farm Laborer, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Brazeale, Jefferson (sic), W, M, 22 yrs old (DOB 1858), ?, Single, Farm Laborer, Idiotic, Cannot read or write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Brown, James A., W, M, 25 yrs old (DOB 1855), Head, Married, Farmer, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Brown, Josephine, W, F, 21 yrs old (DOB 1859), Wife, Married, Housekeeper, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Brown, Walter, W, M, 1 yrs old (DOB 1879), Son, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC


U.S. Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880
Census Year: 1880; Census Place: Pickens, Pickens, South Carolina; Archive Collection Number: AD275; Roll 14; Page: 20; Line: 2; Schedule Type: Agriculture
Name: Samuel Brown
Locality: Pickens
County: Pickens
State: South Carolina
Enumeration Date: 15 Jun 1880
Schedule Type: Agriculture
Line 32
Acres of Land, Improved: 20
Acres of Land, Unimproved Woodlands: 5
Acres of Land, Other Unimproved: 0
Present Case Value of Farm, Dollars: 150
Present Case Value of Farming Implements And Machinery, Dollars: 200
Total Amount of Wages Paid During The Year Including Value of Board, Dollars: 200
Livestock June 1, 1870, Horses: 1
Livestock June 1, 1870, Mules and Asses: -
Livestock June 1, 1870, Milch Cows: 2
Livestock June 1, 1870, Working Oxes: -
Livestock June 1, 1870, Other Cattle: 2
Livestock June 1, 1870, Sheep: -
Livestock June 1, 1870, Swine: 8
Livestock June 1, 1870, Value of All Livestock, Dollars: 265
Produce June 1, 1870, Wheat, Spring, Bushels: 24
Produce June 1, 1870, Wheat, Winter: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Rye: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Indian Corn, Bushels: 150
Produce June 1, 1870, Oats: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Barley: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Buckwheat: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Rice: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Tobacco: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Cotton, Bales (450 lbs): 1
Produce June 1, 1870, Wool: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Peas & Beans: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Potatoes, Irish: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Potatoes, Sweet: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Orchard Products: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Wine: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Produce of Market Gardens: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Dairy Products, Butter, Lbs: 150
Produce June 1, 1870, Dairy Products, Cheese: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Dairy Products, Milk: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Hay: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Seed, Clover: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Seed, Grass: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Hops: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Hemp: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Flax: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Flax Seed: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Silk Cocoons: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Sugar, Maple: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Sugar, Cane: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Molasses: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Bees, Wax: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Bees, Honey: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Forest Products: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Value of Home Merchandise: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Value of Animals Slaughtered or Sold For Slaughter, Dollars: 175
Value of All Farm Products, Dollars: 585


U.S. Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880
Census Year: 1880; Census Place: Pickens, Pickens, South Carolina; Archive Collection Number: AD275; Roll 14; Page: 20; Line: 2; Schedule Type: Agriculture
Name: Samuel Brown
Locality: Pickens
County: Pickens
State: South Carolina
Enumeration Date: 15 Jun 1880
Schedule Type: Agriculture
Line 32
Acres of Land, Improved: 20
Acres of Land, Unimproved Woodlands: 5
Acres of Land, Other Unimproved: 0
Present Case Value of Farm, Dollars: 150
Present Case Value of Farming Implements And Machinery, Dollars: 200
Total Amount of Wages Paid During The Year Including Value of Board, Dollars: 200
Livestock June 1, 1870, Horses: 1
Livestock June 1, 1870, Mules and Asses: -
Livestock June 1, 1870, Milch Cows: 2
Livestock June 1, 1870, Working Oxes: -
Livestock June 1, 1870, Other Cattle: 2
Livestock June 1, 1870, Sheep: -
Livestock June 1, 1870, Swine: 8
Livestock June 1, 1870, Value of All Livestock, Dollars: 265
Produce June 1, 1870, Wheat, Spring, Bushels: 24
Produce June 1, 1870, Wheat, Winter: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Rye: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Indian Corn, Bushels: 150
Produce June 1, 1870, Oats: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Barley: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Buckwheat: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Rice: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Tobacco: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Cotton, Bales (450 lbs): 1
Produce June 1, 1870, Wool: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Peas & Beans: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Potatoes, Irish: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Potatoes, Sweet: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Orchard Products: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Wine: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Produce of Market Gardens: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Dairy Products, Butter, Lbs: 150
Produce June 1, 1870, Dairy Products, Cheese: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Dairy Products, Milk: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Hay: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Seed, Clover: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Seed, Grass: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Hops: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Hemp: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Flax: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Flax Seed: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Silk Cocoons: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Sugar, Maple: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Sugar, Cane: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Molasses: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Bees, Wax: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Bees, Honey: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Forest Products: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Value of Home Merchandise: -
Produce June 1, 1870, Value of Animals Slaughtered or Sold For Slaughter, Dollars: 175
Value of All Farm Products, Dollars: 585

Samuel Brown, Sr. died 9/5/1899 in the Griffin Church Community of Pickens County, SC. Mary Ann Breazeale Brown died 6/6/1905 in the Griffin Church Community of Pickens County, SC. They are buried in the Brown family cemetery at Griffin Baptist Church, Hwy 8, Pickens County, SC.


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