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Dr James N Brown

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Dr James N Brown

Birth
Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, USA
Death
1 Jul 1859 (aged 78)
Prairie County, Arkansas, USA
Burial
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Obit states died at his home in Prairie Township.

Gospel preacher listed on Ligon's Portraiture of Preachers of 1899.

Note: Not sure this James N. Brown with these dates is the Ligon's preacher because he died 40 years before the portraiture was published.

Dr. James N. Brown preached here [Cathey's Creek, Maury County, TN] about seventy years ago. He was a physician, a school teacher, and a farmer. He emigrated to Ark. where he died. --Gospel Advocate, March 12, 1903.

"The Congregation of Jesus Christ on Zion, Wolf Creek on the county line between Marshall and Desoto Counties, Mississippi, was organized on the 31st day of December 1843. It was composed of the following persons: James N. Brown, Alexander Cathey, William Cathey, Matthew B. Cathey, Anderson C. Brown, Frances Locke, Frederick Meridith, William C. Malone, Eli Askew, Nancy Cathey, Jane Locke, Sarah A. Brown, Louisa Malone, Alice Askew, Margaret Locke, Alice Cooke, Matilda Cathey. Nearly all these persons had previously been members of the church of Christ on Cathey's Creek in Tennessee..." --J.M. Powell, Gospel Advocate, Sept. 21, 1961, p. 603.
Obit states died at his home in Prairie Township.

Gospel preacher listed on Ligon's Portraiture of Preachers of 1899.

Note: Not sure this James N. Brown with these dates is the Ligon's preacher because he died 40 years before the portraiture was published.

Dr. James N. Brown preached here [Cathey's Creek, Maury County, TN] about seventy years ago. He was a physician, a school teacher, and a farmer. He emigrated to Ark. where he died. --Gospel Advocate, March 12, 1903.

"The Congregation of Jesus Christ on Zion, Wolf Creek on the county line between Marshall and Desoto Counties, Mississippi, was organized on the 31st day of December 1843. It was composed of the following persons: James N. Brown, Alexander Cathey, William Cathey, Matthew B. Cathey, Anderson C. Brown, Frances Locke, Frederick Meridith, William C. Malone, Eli Askew, Nancy Cathey, Jane Locke, Sarah A. Brown, Louisa Malone, Alice Askew, Margaret Locke, Alice Cooke, Matilda Cathey. Nearly all these persons had previously been members of the church of Christ on Cathey's Creek in Tennessee..." --J.M. Powell, Gospel Advocate, Sept. 21, 1961, p. 603.


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