(1633 - January 11, 1711)
CivilPage 320 Item I giue and bequeath vnto my daughter, Lydia Brown, twenty shillings
CivilMother in law Dorothy Brown's will: to “Lydia Browne a silk petticoat”.
CivilElizabeth was probably living with daughter Lydia and family in her later years.
1. Ancestry.com. New England, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1635, Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Provo, UT, USA; 2013, Volume 1 A-B page 426 John Brown.
2. AmericanAncestors.org. New England marriages to 1700 database, Boston, NEHGS, 2008., Volume 1 page 219.
3. Howland, Franklyn. A brief genealogical and biographical history of Arthur, Henry, and John Howland, New Bedford, Mass: F. Howland, 1900, Page 318 image 349 of 502 Lydia Howland in John Howlands will.
4. Society of Mayflower Descendants (Mass.). The Mayflower Descendant. Boston: The Massachusetts Society of Mayflower descendants, 1899, Volume 18 page 94.
6. Find A Grave online indexed database, https://www.findagrave.com, Ancient Little Neck Cemetery, East Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, USA Memorial 54953906.