|Birth: ||Jan. 10, 1831|
|Death: ||May 15, 1888|
The Constitution, 16 May 1888, Page 5
Mrs. Perino Brown, one of the most esteemed and lovable ladies of Atlanta, died yesterday morning about 7 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. W. H. Jordan, her sister. The cause of her death is supposed to have been syemia in conjunction with typhoid fever, which has been developing for some time.
Mrs. Brown was born at Columbus, Ga., in 1831. She was married to Judge Perino Brown in 1850 in this city. She lived here twenty-eight years and the remainder of the time at Chattanooga.
Mrs. Brown was universally beloved by all who knew her and her traits of benevolence, hosipitality and charity will forever redound to glorify her memory, and her loss will be felt seriously in the houses of the poor as well as of those friends who enjoy more of this world's goods.
The bereaved husband, Judge Perino Brown, was connected with the banking interests of atlanta for years, but now is engaged with the Western and Atlantic railroad at Chattanooga.
Mrs. Brown leaves three children: Mrs. W. H. Patterson, of Atlanta, and Messrs. Herbert H. and Bowdre E. Brown, of Chattanooga, Tenn.
The funeral services will be held at the First Methodist church at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon, Rev. Dr. Harrison officiating. The remains will be taken to Oakland Cemetery for interment. The following are the pall bearers: Messrs. W. S. Thompson, J. C. Courtney, H. A. Hemphill, H. E. W. Palmer, A. L. Holbrook, D. H. Dougherty, Samuel Blocking and W. H. Nutting.
Perino Brown (1824 - 1909)
Bowdre Brown (____ - 1923)*
Flora Brown Patterson (1853 - 1934)*
Herbert H. Brown (1856 - 1949)*
To the wife of my youth, cheerful alike in prosperity and adversity.
Plot: Section 2 Block 231 Lot 4
Created by: L Ferree
Record added: Mar 23, 2014
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