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Brown

  1. Brown is the 5th most popular last name (surname) in the United States; frequency is 0.621%; percentile is 3.757 [SourceCBN]
  2. Brown, California, United States [Place] is in Kern County; location is 3546'25"N 11750'57"W; elevation is 2,392 feet [SourceGSP]
  3. Brown, Colorado, United States [Place] is in San Miguel County; location is 383'55"N 1081'20"W [SourceGSP]
  4. Brown, Illinois, United States [County] includes Benville, Buckhorn, Cooperstown, Damon, Fargo, Ferguson Ford, Gilbirds, Hersman, Jaques, La Grange, Morreville, Mound Station Timewell Post Office, Mount Sterling [Populated], Reich Landing, Ripley [Populated], Siloam, Versailles [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  5. Brown, Illinois, United States [County]; population was 5,836 in 1990; housing units was 2,357 in 1990; location is 3957'N 9045'W; land area is 305.67 square miles (195,631 acres); water area is 1.59 square miles (1,018 acres); FIPS code is 9 [SourceCBP]
  6. Brown, Indiana, United States [County] includes Annandale Estates, Beanblossom, Bear Wallow, Becks Grove, Belmont, Camp Roberts, Christiansburg, Clarksdale, Cornelius, Elkinsville, Fruitdale, Helmsburg, Lanam, Mount Liberty, Nashville, Needmore, Pikes Peak, Point Idalawn, Spurgeons Corner, Stone Head, Story, Town Hill, Trevlac, Waycross [SourceGSP]
  7. Brown, Indiana, United States [County]; population was 14,080 in 1990; housing units was 6,997 in 1990; location is 3912'N 8614'W; land area is 312.29 square miles (199,868 acres); water area is 4.36 square miles (2,789 acres); FIPS code is 13 [SourceCBP]
  8. Brown, Kansas, United States [County] includes Baker, Beto Junction, Everest [Populated], Fairview [Populated], Fidelity, Hamlin [Populated], Hiawatha [Populated], Horton [Populated], Mercier, Morrill [Populated], Padonia, Powhattan [Populated], Reserve [Populated], Robinson [Populated], Sun Springs, Willis [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  9. Brown, Kansas, United States [County]; population was 11,128 in 1990; housing units was 4,890 in 1990; location is 3949'N 9534'W; land area is 570.71 square miles (365,253 acres); water area is 1.52 square miles (974 acres); FIPS code is 13 [SourceCBP]
  10. Brown, Louisiana, United States [Place] is in Bienville Parish; location is 3210'39"N 933'3"W; elevation is 285 feet [SourceGSP]
  11. Brown, Maryland, United States [Place] is in Montgomery County; location is 398'45"N 7713'5"W [SourceGSP]
  12. Brown, Maryland, United States [Place] is in Prince George's County; location is 3851'10"N 7648'9"W [SourceGSP]
  13. Brown, Minnesota, United States [County] includes Cobden [Populated], Comfrey [Populated], Dotson, Essig, Evan [Populated], Godahl, Hanska [Populated], Iberia, Leavenworth, Linden, New Ulm [Populated], Searles, Sleepy Eye [Populated], Springfield [Populated], Stark [SourceGSP]
  14. Brown, Minnesota, United States [County]; population was 26,984 in 1990; housing units was 10,814 in 1990; location is 4414'N 9443'W; land area is 610.89 square miles (390,967 acres); water area is 7.74 square miles (4,954 acres); FIPS code is 15 [SourceCBP]
  15. Brown, Nebraska, United States [County] includes Ainsworth [Populated], Johnsons Corner, Johnstown [Populated], Koshopan, Long Pine [Populated], Sandridge [SourceGSP]
  16. Brown, Nebraska, United States [County]; population was 3,657 in 1990; housing units was 1,950 in 1990; location is 4227'N 9956'W; land area is 1,221.36 square miles (781,671 acres); water area is 3.80 square miles (2,430 acres); FIPS code is 17 [SourceCBP]
  17. Brown, Nevada, United States [Place] is in Lincoln County; location is 3736'26"N 1147'55"W [SourceGSP]
  18. Brown, Ohio, United States [County] includes Aberdeen [Populated], Arnheim, Ash Ridge, Bardwell, Bodman, Brownstown, Centerpoint, Centerville, Chasetown, Crosstown, Decatur, Eastwood, Ellsberry, Fayetteville [Populated], Feesburg, Ferristown, Fincastle, Five Points, Fivemile, Georgetown, Greenbush, Hamersville [Populated], Higginsport [Populated], Huntington Park, Kirbyville, Levanna, Locust Ridge, Macon, Maple, Mount Orab [Populated], Neals Corner, Neel, New Harmony, New Hope, Redoak, Reeds, Ripley [Populated], Russellville [Populated], Saint Martin, Sardinia [Populated], Shiloh, Slickaway, Stringtown, Stringtown, Vera Cruz, Wahlsburg, White Oak, White Oak Valley, Yankeetown [SourceGSP]
  19. Brown, Ohio, United States [County]; population was 34,966 in 1990; housing units was 13,720 in 1990; location is 3856'N 8352'W; land area is 491.80 square miles (314,753 acres); water area is 3.46 square miles (2,212 acres); FIPS code is 15 [SourceCBP]
  20. Brown, Ohio, United States [Place] is in Miami County; location is 3956'30"N 844'3"W [SourceGSP]
  21. Brown, Oklahoma, United States [Place] is in Bryan County; location is 345'20"N 9628'48"W; elevation is 765 feet [SourceGSP]
  22. Brown, South Dakota, United States [County] includes Aberdeen [Populated], Barnard, Bath, Bath Corner, Claremont [Populated], Columbia [Populated], Ferney, Frederick [Populated], Groton [Populated], Hecla [Populated], Houghton, Huffton, James, Mansfield, Nahon, Ordway, Plana, Putney, Randolph, Richmond, Rudolph, Stratford [Populated], Tacoma Park, Verdon [Populated], Warner [Populated], Westport [Populated], Winship [SourceGSP]
  23. Brown, South Dakota, United States [County]; population was 35,580 in 1990; housing units was 15,101 in 1990; location is 4536'N 9821'W; land area is 1,712.83 square miles (1,096,213 acres); water area is 18.54 square miles (11,864 acres); FIPS code is 13 [SourceCBP]
  24. Brown, Texas, United States [County] includes Antioch, Bangs [Populated], Beasley Crossing, Blackwell Crossing, Bluff View, Brookesmith, Brownwood, Byrds, Cross Cut, Dalzell, Delaware Junction, Dulin, Early [Populated], Fisk Crossing, Grosvenor, Holder, Indian Creek, Keys Crossing, Lake Brownwood, Lake Shore, May, Owens, Shamrock Shores, Tenmile Crossing, Thrifty, Williams, Winchell, Woodland Heights, Zephyr [SourceGSP]
  25. Brown, Texas, United States [County]; population was 34,371 in 1990; housing units was 16,909 in 1990; location is 3146'N 9860'W; land area is 943.99 square miles (604,155 acres); water area is 13.04 square miles (8,346 acres); FIPS code is 49 [SourceCBP]
  26. Brown, Texas, United States [Place] is in Martin County; location is 3225'33"N 10144'12"W [SourceGSP]
  27. Brown, West Virginia, United States [Place] is in Harrison County; location is 3923'15"N 8027'40"W [SourceGSP]
  28. Brown, Wisconsin, United States [County] includes Allouez, Anston, Askeaton, Bay Settlement, Bellevue, Benderville, Buckman, Champion, Chapel Ridge, Coppens Corner, Cormier, De Pere [Populated], Denmark [Populated], Duck Creek, Dyckesville, Edgewater Beach, Elm Tree Corners, Flintville, Fontenoy, Glenmore, Green Bay [Populated], Greenleaf, Haevers Corners, Henrysville, Holland, Howard, Humboldt, Kolb, Kunesh, Langes Corners, Lark, Little Rapids, Mill Center, Morrison, New Franken, Oneida, Pine Grove, Pittsfield, Poland, Preble, Pulaski [Populated], Red Banks, Shirley, Sniderville, Suamico, Sugar Bush, Tremble, Wayside, Wequiock, West De Pere, Wrightstown [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  29. Brown, Wisconsin, United States [County]; population was 194,594 in 1990; housing units was 74,740 in 1990; location is 4429'N 8760'W; land area is 528.71 square miles (338,376 acres); water area is 86.76 square miles (55,524 acres); FIPS code is 9 [SourceCBP]
  30. Providence, Rhode Island, United States Postal Service Zip Code is 02912 (Brown) [SourcePSZ]


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