|Birth: ||Dec. 10, 1830|
|Death: ||Aug. 5, 1878|
He was the son of Emery Brown and his wife, Lydia.
Wednesday, August 6, 1902
German B. Brown
December 10, 1830 - August 5, 1878
Germ Brown, senior editor of the Republican, died at his home in Angola at 6:50PM Monday, August 5, aged 47 years, 7 months and 26 days. He was born in Londonderry, Vermont in 1830 and when seven years of age came with his parents to Orland. In 1846 he graduated from the Collegiate Institute at Ontario, LaGrange County taught by Rufus Patch.
When the War of the Rebellion broke out he enlisted with the three months volunteers as a private in the 1st Michigan and was at the Battle of Bull Run. In August, 1862, he enlisted as a Private in Co. B, 100th Indiana and remained in the service until the close of the War. In 1874 he in company with Frank Macartney, purchased the Republican and retained his connection with the paper until death. He loved his paper, his home and the church.
Emery Brown (1799 - 1870)
Lydia Brown (1814 - 1875)
Josephine Emma Goldsmith Clark (1843 - 1908)*
Infant Brown (____ - 1878)*
Gertrude Brown Gale (1873 - 1948)*
German B. Brown (1830 - 1878)
Orrin Brown (1833 - 1898)*
Circle Hill Cemetery
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Germ Brown, Q. M. 100th IndGerman Brown (First_Last)Regiment Name 100 Indiana InfantrySide UnionCompany BSoldier's Rank_In Pvt.Soldier's Rank_Out 1 Lt. & R.Q.M.|
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