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|1||Admiral John Leveson-Gower 1740-1792|
Dannie Brown's Great Uncle
|3||Alberta Amelia Young's Birth Certificate|
|4||Avis Annie Flemming and Bertram Manford Hicks Marriage Certificate|
|5||Beatrice Pearl Flemming's Birth Certificate|
This is in the Hawkin's Corner Cemetery, outside of Millville, NB
|7||Captain Joseph Barss|
Joseph Barss (21 February 1776 – 03 August 1824) was a sea captain of the schooner Liverpool Packet and was one of the most successful privateers for the British on the North American Atlantic coast during the War of 1812.
|8||Captain Joseph Barss|
Born 21 February 1776 in Liverpool, Nova Scotia to the son of sea captain Joseph Barss Sr. and Elizabeth Crowell. Barss' parents had married in 1773. They were one of the first families to settle in Liverpool, Nova Scotia. Barss was the second of fourteen children. In 1798 the Barss family built one of the largest homes in Liverpool. The house still stands today and is part of the Lane's Privateer Inn.
Barss gained experience as a privateer against the French in the 1790s, serving as an officer in several privateer vessels and commanding the schooner Lord Spencer. The schooner sank after striking a reef in the West Indies but Barss and his entire crew survived to be rescued by other Nova Scotian privateer vessels. Barss briefly served as commander of the brig Rover, a noted privateer vessel from of Liverpool, Nova Scotia famous for its voyages commanded by Alexander Godfrey, another colonial Nova Scotian privateer
|9||Carmen a little older|
Carmen Deverton Flemming, probably as a young married woman to Justin Morris Brown
|10||Carmen and Leo Thebeau|
Carmen with second husband, Leo Thebeau.
|11||Carmen as senior citizen|
Carmen in her home in Kennebunk, Maine circa late 1970s
|12||Carmen as young woman|
This is a pic of Carmen Deverton Flemming as a young woman.
This is Cheryle holding her grand niece, Emma Madelyn MacAloney. Emma is the Granddaughter of Cheryle's brother Dannie.
#001180 New Brunswick Provincial Deaths 1815-1938
|15||Death Certificate #001106|
New Brunswick Provincial Deaths 1815-1938
|16||Delma Brown Photo|
|17||Doris Isabella Field|
Dannie Brown's maternal Grandmother. Taken at the house near the G&T in Millville, NB Canada.
|18||Douglas Lombray Brown|
Dannie Brown's Father
|19||Douglas Lombray Brown|
|20||Douglas Lombray Brown--Young Man|
|21||Ella Dora Flemming Allens Tombstone2.jpg|
|22||Flemming Great Grandparents|
John Humphrey Flemming & Clara Deverton Oldenburgh
John H. Flemming and Clara Oldenburgh
Pic provided in his Obituary
|25||Four eldest of Justin and Carmen (Queenie) Brown|
Douglas, John, Harry, Arline
|26||George and Dorothy Billington Marriage Certificate|
Marriage Certificate of George and Dorothy Billington
|27||George Sterling Flemming Birth Certificate|
|28||Grampy & Grammy Brown|
Justin Morris Brown, Carmen Devertan Flem(m)ing
Grammy is pregnant in this photo.
|29||Harvey Hawkins and Sadie Oldenburg tombstone|
|30||Helen Lottinville High School Annual Photo|
Tulsa, Oklahoma High School Annual photo
|31||Hugh Henry Mitchell|
|38||John Brown, Dora Brown , Alva Fleming
Richard Brown, Ruth (Fleming) Cheney|
|40||Justin Brown tombstone|
|41||Justin Morris Brown|
Pic of Doug's Father, Justin in arm chair probably in his own home.
|42||Justin Morris Brown (I)|
Grampy Brown with his grandson William (Billy).
|43||Kevin McGaghey with Stora Mill Mgmt. in Port Hawkesbury, NS|
Just before he and others were headed off to Sweden for Training. Kevin is in the front on the right.
|44||Marie W. Bridges|
Half-sister to Dannie L. Brown
|45||Marriage - Niel A Aldrich|
Marriage retuere 12 June 1925 for Niel A. Aldrich and Majorie Hunting
Married to Gladys Pearl Dunlop
Marriage to Elizabeth Sinnett
Marriage of Owen Robert Liston and Glenna Beatrice Flemming
Herman D. Flemming and Vena I. Jones