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Charlotte Elizabeth Douglas Brown
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Birth: Jul. 11, 1920
Death: Sep. 4, 2004
Tennessee, USA

Mrs. Charloette Elizabeth Douglas Brown, 84, of Pleasant View Community, Williamsburg, KY passed away on Saturday, September 4, 2004 at the Jellico Community Hospital in Jellico, TN.
She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (D.A.R.) and the Catholic Church.
Charlotte is survived by her son; Donald Brown and wife, LInda of Hwy. 1804 in Williamsburg, KY, (4) grandchildren; Lloyd Gregory Brown of Cincinnati, OH, Bryan Scott Brown of Cincinnati, OH, Elizabeth Dawn Brown Baldwin of Pleasant View, KY and Lisa Marie Brown of Highway 1804, Williamsburg, KY, (2) great grandchildren; Tyler A. Brown, Tristan Cade Baldwin both of Pleasant View, KY, (2) sisters; Edna Douglas Hackler of Kokomo, IN, and Norma J. Douglas Powers of Westchester, OH, several nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lloyd Brown, her parents; Jesse Douglas and Cora Lovitt Douglas, and a brother; Charles Douglas. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, September 7, 2004 at Croley Funeral Home Chapel with Father Anthony Aduaka, and Deacon Frank Agnoli officiating. Burial followed in Oaklawn Cemetery at Pleasant View, KY. Croley Funeral Home of Williamsburg, KY was in charge of all arrangements.

Oaklawn-Pleasant View Cemetery
Whitley County
Kentucky, USA
Created by: Jo Hibbitts
Record added: Oct 03, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 9545360
Charlotte Elizabeth <i>Douglas</i> Brown
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