Browne, Daniel 1647-1729?
Browne, Daniel, 1647-1727
Browne, Daniel, 164.?-1729?
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4xx's: Alternate Name Forms (32)
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- 400 _ | ‡a Brown ‡b Daniel ‡f 164.?-1729?
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