|Death: ||Apr. 6, 1935|
Thursday, April 11, 1935
MRS. WILLIE MAE DILWORTH BROWN, 32, died at the home in Red Hill community Saturday afternoon, April 6th, after only one week's illness of pneumonia. Her sudden death cast a gloom over the entire community where she was so well and favorably known.
Funeral services were held from Allens church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Rev. J. W. Lee, her pastor, officiating. Interment was in Allen's Cemetery.
Mrs. Brown, before her marriage was Miss Willie Mae Dilworth, daughter of a prominent family of the Red Hill community. She was a devoted member of Allens Methodist church and took an active part in Sunday School and church life. As a school girl, she was popular, as a fie no other could have been more faithful, as a mother none more devoted, as a neighbor no one so accommodating, as a church member none more consecrated. She played her part in life beautifully, leaving a lasting impression on those who knew her.
She is survived by her husband, L. A. Brown; two daughters, Katherine and Nell, one son, Bobby, her mother, Mrs. Lula Dilworth, three brothers, B. Q., Charlie and Boyd Dilworth, one sister, Mrs. Eleanor Beggs. These and other relatives have the sympathy of their friends in the sad passing of their loved one.
Weldon & Thomas, Funeral Directors
Lawrence Allen Brown (1893 - 1986)*
Katherine Brown (1923 - 1937)*
Allen United Methodist Church Cemetery
Created by: Pat Gillespie
Record added: Jun 14, 2012
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