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 James William “J. W.” Brown

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James William “J. W.” Brown

Birth
Saint Joe, Searcy County, Arkansas, USA
Death 7 Feb 1933 (aged 25)
Coffeyville, Montgomery County, Kansas, USA
Burial Coffeyville, Montgomery County, Kansas, USA
Memorial ID 45292993 View Source
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Mr. Brown, a Missouri Pacific switchman, died after he slipped from an oil car being moved by a switch engine in the Sinclair refinery yard and fell beneath the wheels. He entered the Missouri Pacific's service in 1925. He had resided here for seven years.

Mr. Brown was survived by his widow, Mrs. Selma O. Brown of the home at 1415 Old Willow Street, Coffeyville; two sons, William Fredrick, 5, and Roscoe Irvin, 2 years old; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, who lived at Dearing, where the father was Union Traction section foreman; sister, Mrs. Charles Clark of Coffeyville, and a brother, Ira Brown of Dearing.

Funeral arrangements were directed by Skinner Funeral Home, with Rev. William I. Hastie, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal Church presiding.


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  • Created by: MD
  • Added: 10 Dec 2009
  • Find a Grave Memorial 45292993
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/45292993/james-william-brown : accessed ), memorial page for James William “J. W.” Brown (1 Sep 1907–7 Feb 1933), Find a Grave Memorial ID 45292993, citing Fairview Cemetery, Coffeyville, Montgomery County, Kansas, USA ; Maintained by MD (contributor 47083164) .