|Birth: ||Sep. 20, 1840|
|Death: ||Apr. 21, 1888|
John and Sara Ann Brown were married in Jackson Co., Florida on 20 Sep 1860. (Jackson Co., Florida Marriage Records)
John and Sara were the parents of David A., Anna Elizabeth, William Henry, Infant daughter, Charlie H., Joseph Leonidas, Laura Jane and Maggie Elizabeth.
Fatal Accident......Rev. John A. Choran, of Forest Home, left his residence on Saturday, the 21 to visit his brother who lives in Brushy Creek. When near Thurston, the mule ran away with the buggy, striking a tree with such force as to throw the driver out, breaking his neck and crushing his shoulders. This occurred about 8 p.m. and he was not found until the next day, when someone passing discovered the mule, shattered buggy and the dead body of Mr. Choran. He was a good citizen and mason, and a christian gentleman, and his terrible and sudden death is deeply regreted by all in the neighborhood.
Source: Greenville Advocate, Wednesday May 2, 1888. Written as appeared in paper.Cohron is mispelled.
Eliza Jane Cohron Sellers (1818 - 1903)
Sara Ann Brown Cohron (1842 - ____)*
David A. Cohron (1861 - 1929)*
Anna Elizabeth Cohron Stuart (1864 - 1893)*
William Henry Cohron (1869 - 1952)*
Infant Daughter Cohron (1873 - 1873)*
Laura Jane Cohron Matthews (1883 - 1964)*
Maggie Elizabeth Cohron Palmer (1885 - 1923)*
John A. Cohron (1840 - 1888)
Nancy Jane Cohron Weaver (1844 - 1926)*
Note: John and Sara are buried in unmarked graves in a plot, where the gravesites are outlined with bricks. Family history has it that these graves were set up and marked this way by Lee Cohron for the Cohron families.
Brushey Creek Cemetery
Created by: Mary Enzor Smith
Record added: Oct 13, 2010
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