|Birth: ||May 22, 1858|
|Death: ||Mar. 9, 1950|
Susan Adeline was the daughter of James Calvin Curnutt and Nancy Johnson. Susan Adeline married James Irving Brown February 7, 1878 in Newton, Arkansas. She and James had 11 children. Her headstone reads, "that where I am ye may be also".
Medford Mail Tribune (Medford, Oregon) 12 Mar 1950, Sun.
Mrs. Susan A. Brown
Mrs. Susan Adeline Brown, a resident of Trinidad, Cal., passed away in Ashland, Ore., Thursday. Mrs. Brown was born in Newton county, Ark., on May 22, 1858.
She had been making her home in Portland, with her son William until coming here on March 7. She lived in the Butte Falls area for 10 years during the '30s.
She was united in marriage to James Irvin Brown of Arkansas in 1876, and they crossed the plains in a covered wagon in 1878 coming directly to Oregon. Mr. Brown passed away here in 1941.
Mrs. Brown is survived by fours sons, Mack of Yreka, Cal., Frank of Trinidad, Cal., William of Portland and Bee of Portland; three daughters, Mrs. Benno Riemer of Island Mountain, Cal, Mrs. Bert Chambers of Yelm, Wash., Mrs. Carl Dennhardt of Hauser, Ore. 57 grandchildren, 37 great grandchildren and one great great grandchild.
Funeral services will conducted from Perl funeral home Monday at 2 p.m. with the Rev Holly Jarvis, pastor of the first Christian church, officiating . Interment will take place in Butte Falls.
James Calvin Curnutt (1827 - 1898)
Nancy Johnson Curnutt (1821 - 1893)
James Irving Brown (1856 - 1941)
Baby Boy Brown (1878 - 1878)*
Mary Susan Brown Kurz (1885 - 1942)*
Omia Melinda Brown Chambers Bray (1889 - 1990)*
William Clarence Brown (1892 - 1974)*
Ruth Elizabeth Brown Dennhardt (1896 - 1952)*
Martha Lucinda Brown Riemer (1898 - 1967)*
Josephine D. Curnutt Taylor (1846 - 1934)*
William Calvin Curnutt (1847 - 1920)*
Mary Jane Curnutt Eoff (1853 - 1949)*
Susan Adeline Curnutt Brown (1858 - 1950)
Butte Falls Cemetery
Created by: R Wiley
Record added: May 02, 2002
Find A Grave Memorial# 6387882
May you rest in peace. You are not forgotten.|
Added: Apr. 10, 2008