Saturday, May 16, 2020

John Brown Obituary

John Brown was born in Monroe
County Tenn., Jan. 2nd 1832 and
departed this life Nov 20th 1916,
aged 84 years, 10 months and 19

He came to Missouri with his
parents in 1849. He was united
in marriage to Albina M. Cowan
in 1858 and to this union were
born eight children, five boys
and three girls. One son, Albert
Brown preceded him in death at
the age of 26 years.

He leaves to mourn their loss,
a wife and seven children; Mrs.
Aley Davis, of Alden, Kansas;
Sherman Brown of Englewood,
Kansas; Robert D. Brown of
Fowler, Kansas; Mrs. Lou Boes
of Ingalls, Kansas; Jasper M.
Brown of Harper, Kansas; Chas
W. Brown of Lyons, Kansas; and
Mrs. Corda Simmons of Raymond,
Kansas; and a host of ??????????

Mr. Brown was a man who never
had an enemy or dispute ????????

John Brown enlisted as a volunteer
and was corporal in Company E
under Capt. E. Morris
15th Reg. Mo. Cavalry and served
during the war, from 1861 to 1865
and was honorably discharged
in June 1865.

He was converted in August
1900 and sanctified in December
1900. He united with the Wesleyan
Methodist church at the
Stone schoolhouse near Raymond,
Kansas. Afterward he gave the
ground for the church where it
now stands. He lived a consistent,
spirit filled Christian life until
his death.

The funeral services were held
at the Evangelical Church,
Wednesday afternoon, conducted
by Rev. A.B. Hotchkiss, assisted by
the pastor T.F. Childs.

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