|Death: ||May 12, 1867|
New York, USA
DIED: In Cazenovia, May 2d, Mr. HIRAM BROWN, aged 68. Also, on Sunday, May 12th, Mrs. MARIA BROWN, widow of the late Hiram Brown, in the 64th year of her age. Sister B. was the daughter of Father Hitchcock, who was one of the early Universalists of Central New York, whose house and hospitalities were shared in by Brs. [Nathaniel] Stacy, S.[Stephen] R. Smith, [Hosea] Ballou and other early pioneers of our cherished faith. Thus in early life did Sister B. become a devoted Universalist. She was a devoted wife and mother, a kind neighbor, and an earnest Christian. She and her companion were one in faith and hope, one in life; and but ten days' difference in their deaths... Four children [Ellen, Norman, Inez and Barnard], several brothers and sisters, and a large circle of friends are left to mourn their departure. Br. B.'s funeral was attended at his late residence on the 4th, but owing to the absence of the writer at the time of Sister B.'s death, her funeral was deferred until Sunday, June 2d, when a large concourse of people assembled in the Universalist church at Cazenovia, and a discourse appropriate to the occasion was delivered by Rev. A[lbert] G. Clark...
The Ambassador, New York NY, Sat. 6 Jul 1867 [a Universalist newspaper]
Hiram Brown (____ - 1867)*
New York, USA
Plot: unmarked Section J Lot #32, with 5 children
Created by: Lochsa
Record added: Jul 26, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 114429698
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