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Judge Edmond O. Brown
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Birth: Nov. 1, 1847
Cattaraugus County
New York, USA
Death: 1907
Jasper County
Missouri, USA

Veteran: Civil War (USA)

h/o Cynthia Angeline Garner.

Birth: in Hinsdale, Cattaraugus county, New York.

Following is summerized from THE BENCH and LAW of MISSOURI CITIES, published 1884, pages 431 & 432, to wit:

Attended academy at Cuba, Allegany county, New York then at age seventeen joined with the 6th army corps of New York fought as an officer at many battles including; Wilderness, Spottsylavania, Cold Hook, Petersburg and was at court house of Appomattox for General Robert E Lee's surrender.

After war was over, continued his education at Norwich Academy, then read law under some distinguished lawyers being admitted to the bar in Buffalo, New York 1870, he removed to Lamar, Barton county, Missouri for about eighteen months before removing to Carthage where 28 January 1874 Governor Woodson appointed him judge of the court of pleas of Jasper county where he served till it was abandoned. He was then a law partner with W H Phelps in the firm of Phelps and Brown.

Last lived in his house built at 403, now 603 south Garrison, across the street, which in 1920's became the Jeffersson Highway, from Canada to New Orleans, ~ ~ from Wm E Hall at 600 and the 1904 built Carthage Library at 612. The home was demolished in 1948, following WW II for The Colonial Apartments, designed by Neville, Sharpe, and Simon, of Kansas City, in the Colonial Revival style and built by the B&G Construction Group. The apartments were added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001, which had been sold following 1974 demise of Luke J Boggess. The ceramic facing tile of one fireplace was saved and re-installed on the fireplace in Boggess' home at 615 Euclid boulevard when built during early 1950's, other materials were used in his partner's, Albert "Shorty" Graul, new home in 1700 block south Main street.

Death: in Carthage, Jasper county, Missouri.

Father: Morris Niles Brown b: around 1820 New York.
Mother: Amanda Melvina Slahter b: around 1821 New York.

Marriage: Cynthia Angeline Garner b: 25 JUL 1854 Cape Girardeau county, Missouri.
Married: 26 OCT 1875 Jasper county, Missouri.

Known Child

Lulie Brown b: around 1878 Carthage, Jasper county, Missouri.

Bio information in part by Bill Boggess.
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  Cynthia Angeline Garner Brown (1854 - 1939)*
*Calculated relationship
Park Cemetery
Jasper County
Missouri, USA
Plot: Traditional area Bl 26 Lot 15 Sp 7
Created by: I Remember When
Record added: Apr 19, 2012
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Judge Edmond O. Brown
Added by: I Remember When
Judge Edmond O. Brown
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Judge Edmond O. Brown
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- I Remember When
 Added: Oct. 3, 2012

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 Added: Oct. 3, 2012

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