'Brown' can also refer to...

A. Page Brown (1859—1896)

A. R. Radcliffe-Brown (1881—1955) social anthropologist

Ada Brown

adipose tissue, brown

Agnes Henderson Brown (1866—1943) suffragist

A.J. Brown

Al Brown

Albert Richard Brown (1839—1913) shipping agent and consul for Japan

Alexander Brown (1764—1834) merchant and banker

Alexander Brown (1929—1975) bandleader and acoustic architect

Alexander Crum Brown (1838—1922) chemist

(Alfred) Ernest Brown (1881—1962) politician

Alice Brown (1857—1948)

Alison Brown (b. 1962)

All My Life (Charles Brown album)

Alright Again! (Brown, Clarence 'Gatemouth' album)

Amy Katherine Browning (1881—1978) painter

Andrew Brown (1937—1985)

Andrew D. Brown

Angela Brown

Ann Dudin Brown (1822—1917) benefactor

Antoinette Louisa Brown Blackwell (1825—1921)

Archie Brown

Arleen F. Brown

Arthur Brown

(Arthur) Godfrey Kilner Brown (1915—1995) athlete and schoolmaster

Arvin Brown (b. 1940)

Audrey Alexandra Brown (b. 1904)

Bakewell & Brown

Barry Brown


Quick Reference

A common surname.

Capability Brown the name given to the English landscape gardener Lancelot Brown (1716–83). He evolved an English style of natural-looking landscape parks, as at Blenheim and Chatsworth.

Father Brown in the stories of G. K. Chesterton (1874–1936), a Roman Catholic priest who is also an amateur detective, and who solves crimes through apparent paradoxes and inspired common sense.

John Brown (1800–59), an American abolitionist. In 1859 he was executed after raiding a government arsenal at Harpers Ferry in Virginia, intending to arm black slaves and start a revolt. He became a hero of the abolitionists in the Civil War.

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