Nicholas Brown III

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Nicholas Brown III (October 2, 1792 – March 2, 1859) was the United States Consul to Italy from 1845 to 1853 and later was Lieutenant Governor of Rhode Island from 1856 to 1857.[1][2]


He was born on October 2, 1792 in Providence, Rhode Island to Nicholas Brown, Jr.. He had a daughter, Carrie Brown Bajnotti. He died on March 2, 1859.


  1. ^ The classical spirit in American portraiture. "Nicholas Brown III (1792-1859) spent the years 1845-1853 as the United States Consul in Rome. ..." 
  2. ^ William H. Jordy and Christopher P. Monkhouse (1982). Buildings on paper. "Nicholas Brown III, formerly American consul in Rome under Polk and later Lieutenant Governor of Rhode Island. ..."