Kit Carson County, Colorado

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Kit Carson County Pioneers:

Alexander F. Brown, 6 South 48 West

Alexander claimed a quarter in 26, 6S, 48W in 1891.

POSSIBLY "Alexander F. Brown Lands – 1889-1890 – Wyoming Weekly News "
A collection of "The Brown family of Kanawha and Cabell counties of West Virginia, including extensive personal correspondence, business and legal records. Included are personal notes and information on the many cases involving the family law practice. The Brown family was very prominent in banking, coal, land, timber, and legal issues, including Charleston in Kanawha County, Cabell County, the counties of the southern West Virginia coalfields, as well as many others, not only in the state of West Virginia, but also in Mexico, Colorado, and Missouri. "

In 1870 Central City, Colorado, Alexander Brown is 38, born in Pennsylvania, a sheriff, with Harriet 37 Ohio. Agnes Mitchell, 8, born in Iowa, is with them.

POSSIBLY the Alexander F. Brown in 1892 Denver, a proofreader for the Republican, living at 1125 13th.

Alex F. Brown married May Thornton on January 22, 1892, recorded in Denver.

POSSIBLY the Alexander F. Brown receiving a pension in Colorado on March 28, 1907, serving in the 2nd Cavalry.

POSSIBLY 1909 "Wray is fast becoming known as a health restoring point, the Akron Pioneer Press substantiates this in the following : Alexander Brown has been buying more land, this time a farm near Wray. Mr. Brown tells the Pioneer Press that this altitude is too great for him and that Wray is about right, hence he is making-his home at that place."

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