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Charles Sheble (Twin) Brown
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Birth: Jan. 13, 1836, USA
Death: Nov. 10, 1904, USA

VETERAN: American Civil War-Union

Son of
Jacob C. Brown and Elizabeth SHEBLE

Husband of
#1 Virginia Myers
#2 Sarah Emma Bassett

He initially was captain of company K of the regiment Edward Wallace was recruiting. A recruiting poster for his company (dated 2 September 1861) lists the location as the Morse Literary Institute, Frankford Road and York Street. By 19 October 1861, he was captain of company H of the combined regiment. He was mustered into service as Captain on 25 November 1861. He served in company H. He resigned either on 22 February 1862, 4 March 1862, or 5 March 1862. In 1870, he was living in the 25th ward of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (post office: Bridesburg). His occupation was: "serves milk". He was living with his wife Virginia and son Charles, along with three Tazell's. In 1880, he was living on Green Lane, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a milk dealer. He was living with his wife Virginia and son Charles. In 1900, he was living on Green Lane, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a milk dealer. He was living with his wife Virginia and niece Virginia Tazel. On 1 March 1902, he applied successfully from Pennsylvania for a pension. He died at his residence (Kerbaugh Street west of Richmond Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), on 8 November 1904, of pneumonia, with collopus [?] contributing. He was a milk dealer. He was buried on 12 November 1904, at Cedar Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Members of the following organizations were invited to the funeral: Bridesburg Lodge, Number 63, Knights of Pythias; Diligent Division, Number 122 [?], Sons of Temperance; Tacony Division, Number 7, Sons of Temperance. On 10 November [?] 1904, his widow, Virginia Brown, applied successfully from Pennsylvania for a pension.

 
 
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 Parents:
  Elizabeth Sheble Brown (1809 - 1885)
 
 Siblings:
  Jacob Sheble (Twin) Brown (1836 - 1888)*
  Charles Sheble (Twin) Brown (1836 - 1904)
  Margaret Eleanor Brown Cady (1840 - 1876)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Cedar Hill Cemetery
Philadelphia
Philadelphia County
Pennsylvania, USA
 
Created by: Marigay
Record added: May 31, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 8855216
Charles Sheble (Twin) Brown
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