Hamilton Brown (1776 – 18 September 1843) was an Irish planter, slave owner, and politician in Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica which he represented in the House of Assembly of Jamaica for 22 years. Brown founded the settlement of Hamilton Town in Saint Ann Parish, which was named after him.
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Nov 24, 2020 · Hamilton Brown (1776 – 18 September 1843) was an Irish-born British sugar planter and slave owner in Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica, which he represented in the House of Assembly of Jamaica for 22 years. He gave his name to Hamilton Town in the parish of St Ann, now Brown's Town, which he founded.
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HAMILTON BROWN ESQ'RE A Native of the County Antrim Ireland who departed this life on the 18th Sept. 1843 In the 68th year of his age He was the FOUNDER OF THIS TOWN
- Browns Town, Saint Ann
- 18 Sep 1843 (aged 66-67)Jamaica
- 1776County Antrim, Northern Ireland
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Jul 19, 2019 · ...now back to Hamilton Brown, the slave master and trader known as great-granddaddy by Kamala Harris. Henry Whiteley. (1832). Three Months in Jamaica, in 1832 [Sep. 03, 1832 to Dec. 08, 1832], A Residence of Seven Weeks on a Sugar Plantation.
Jul 02, 2019 · Hamilton Brown. The slave owner at the heart of this controversy died in Jamaica on Sept. 18, 1843, “in the sixty-eighth year of his age.” His headstone is located in St. Mark’s Anglican ...
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