|Death: ||Mar. 25, 1968|
Obituary from from the Oklahoma City Times or the Daily Oklahoman:
Services for Maxine Brown, 45, of 600 SW 7, a native of Ramona who died Monday in Doctors' General Hospital, will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in Hunter Funeral Home, with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery. She was a member of the Baptist Church.
Survivors include two brothers, Roland Davis, Medford [OK], and Bill Davis, Vinton, La.; and four sisters, Mrs. Homer Dick, Casper, Yo.; Mrs. Orvalle Symonds, Hutchinson, Kan.; Mrs Orval Simpson, Coleman, Texas, and Mrs. Glenn Morrill, Lamont.
Note from Darrell Brown:
The 1930 census finds Maxine's family had moved to St. Louis Township in Pottawattomie County, OK. It was probably there that Maxine finished her schooling in the 8th grade. By 1935 she had moved to Oklahoma City and was living with her sister Elsie (Davis) Simpson and her family, at 5318 S. Byers. The 1940 census reports her living there, single and unemployed. In 1941 she married Dempsey Brown and assisted in the operation of his night club. They divorced on September 28, 1945, and again on June 12, 1957, and remarried both times. They never had children.
On July 6, 1959, a drunken man forced his way into their home at 600 SW 7th and beat Maxine badly, resulting in facial fractures. She managed to run to the home of a neighbor, who called police. They arrived quickly and arrested the man, who confessed to the crime. Her husband "Jack" arrived soon after the police did.
In 1967 he died, and Maxine died only 9 months later.
Walter J. Davis (1886 - 1954)
Pearl M. Davis (1894 - 1941)
Edward Dempsey Brown (1901 - 1967)*
Dorothy Mae Davis Symonds (1915 - 2003)*
Maxine Lavone Davis Brown (1922 - 1968)
Rose Hill Burial Park
Plot: section 2, lot 14, 2nd nw corner
Created by: Darrell Brown
Record added: Jul 20, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 93956256