|Birth: ||Oct. 27, 1872|
|Death: ||Nov. 9, 1926|
Bloomington (Monroe County, Indiana) Daily Telephone, November 13, 1926, clipping file, Monroe County Historical Society, Bloomington, Indiana.
LAST TRIBUTE SAMUEL BROWN
The body of Samuel A. Brown, former resident west of the city and who has long been a resident of Pueblo, Col., where he died, arrived this morning via Chicago and was taken to the home of his stepmother near Ellettsville. Death resulted from bronchial pneumonia. The funeral is at 10:30 Sunday two miles southwest of Ellettsville at the Brown home in charge of Elder J. W. Wolf of Orleans and burial in the M. E. Cemetery at Ellettsville. The pallbearers are to be A. K. Stormes (sic), Walter and Lloyd Starnes, Claude Martindale and Charles and Dora Brown.
The brothers are Theodore of Rush County, Walter of Springfield, Ill.; Ola of near Ellettsville and Aaron Brown of Colorado, and the sisters are Mrs. John Troth of Spencer, Mrs. Charles Brown of Rush County and Mabel Brown at home.
Mrs. Aaron Brown, a sister-in-law, accompanied the body from Pueblo.
Bloomington (Monroe County, Indiana) Daily Telephone, November 11, 1926, Clipping File, Monroe County Historical Society, Bloomington, Indiana.
RETURNING BODY SAMUEL BROWN
Samuel Brown, a former resident of the community west of the city, is dead at Pueblo, Colo., and the body is expected to arrive here Saturday and will be taken to the Day Funeral Home. Arrangements for the burial will be announced in the Telephone later.
Mr. Brown was aged about 50 and had long been connected with the Denver & Rio Grand Railroad. He was born near White Hall and the burial will be at the Heady Cemetery in Owen County. Mrs. J. A. Brown, who lives near Pueblo and who is a sister of Mrs. A. R. Storms (sic) of this city, is accompanying the body from Pueblo. Mr. Brown was a member of the Baptist Church and had visited here since going West.
Note: Matching stone as C. Ola Brown.
Created by: Daylily
Record added: Nov 09, 2009
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