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Mabel Rosella Roddick Brown
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Birth: Sep. 26, 1876
Grant County
Wisconsin, USA
Death: May 31, 1947
Junction City
Geary County
Kansas, USA

KS--JunctionCity Daily Union..31 May 1947
died at the family home on West Eight Street early this morning, after suffering a stroke Friday night. She had been in ill health for some years. She was the wife of O P Brown, a teacher in the Junction City High school for many years, now retired. Mrs Brown was a particulary active member & wor-ker in the Methodist church where she was a member of the Berean class. She was born 26 Sep 1876 in Ellenboro WI, attended schools there & was graduated from the Teachers college at Platteville. Following her graduation, she taught music in her home for several years. She was married to O P Brown on 10 Oct 1900 at Platteville.
Survivors in addition to the husbund include a dau: Miss Naomi Brown-of the home; a son: GeraldG Brown-Wichita & 1 granddau: Geralyn-Wichita.
Funeral arrangements will be announced later. The body was taken to the Johnson Funeral Home.
Family links: 
  William James Roddick (1851 - 1885)
  Mary Ann Graves Roddick (1850 - 1900)
  Oscar Phelps Brown (1873 - 1961)
  Mabel Naomi Brown Stout (1901 - 1974)*
  Gerald George Brown (1904 - 1974)*
  Mabel Rosella Roddick Brown (1876 - 1947)
  William Arnold Roddick (1882 - 1944)*
*Calculated relationship
Highland Cemetery
Junction City
Geary County
Kansas, USA
Plot: Section 13--51
Created by: DJ Csikos
Record added: Apr 03, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50591062
Mabel Rosella <i>Roddick</i> Brown
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Mabel Rosella <i>Roddick</i> Brown
Added by: Connie Langvardt
Mabel Rosella <i>Roddick</i> Brown
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MOST ALL desire--A Forget me not! We should remember Andrew Betts-an early settler of CrawfordCnty PA as the father of this large family group. Rest in peace one & all; One more of the many distant cousins-Dianna
- DJ Csikos
 Added: Sep. 30, 2012

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