Madison BROWN
(1817-)
William BROWN
(1819-1901)
Susan J. FENTRESS
(1834-1909)
James M. BROWN
(1842-1927)
Luzena Caroline BROWN
(1851-1926)
William G. BROWN
(1870-1932)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Maggie M. HOLDER

  • Ethel Queen BROWN
  • Walter H. BROWN
  • William J. BROWN

William G. BROWN

  • Born: 21 Feb 1870, , Randolph County, North Carolina
  • Marriage: Maggie M. HOLDER
  • Died: 3 Dec 1932, Morehead, Guilford County, North Carolina at age 62 1
  • Buried: 4 Dec 1932, Randleman, Randolph County, North Carolina 2 3

bullet   Cause of his death was Heart trouble.

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Obituary: Greensboro Daily News, 5 Dec 1932, Greensboro, Guilford County, North Carolina. 3

Obituary: Greensboro Patriot, 6 Dec 1932, Greensboro, Guilford County, North Carolina. 2


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William married Maggie M. HOLDER. (Maggie M. HOLDER was born on 25 Aug 1870, died on 11 Jan 1959 and was buried in Randleman, Randolph County, North Carolina.)


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1 Guilford, North Carolina, death certificate no. 36 (1932), William G. Brown;
William G. Brown died 3 Dec 1932 in Morehead township, Greensboro, Guilford County, North Carolina. He was born 21 Feb 1870 in Randolph County, North Carolina to James and Lucile Graham Brown. James was born in Guilford County and Lucile in Randolph. He was married to Bessie who survived him. He died of Chronic Myocarditis which he had for five years prior to his death. He was buried in Randleman, North Carolina by Stansbury & Rackley, Inc. of Greensboro.

2 "W. G. Brown Passes," (Greensboro)Patriot, 6 Dec 1932, p. 6, col. 2;
W. G. Brown, 62, foreman of labor at the national military park, Guilford Battleground, a position which he had occupied 11 years, died shortly after 11 o'clock Saturday morning at his home there. Death was ascribed to heart trouble. He had been in ill healt two years.
Funeral service was conducted at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at St. Paul's Methodist church, Randleman, of which Mr. Brown was a member. Rev. J. C. Groce, pastor of St. Paul's, and Rev. W. A. Way, pastor of Pilgrim Holiness church, Edgeville, officiated. Interment was in the cemetery at St. Paul's church. The funeral party will leave the Brown home at 1:45 o'clock.
Mr. Brown leaves his wife and two sons, Walter H. and William J. Brown of Guilford Battleground, and a brother, Madison Brown, of Randolph county.
Commissioner Mendenhall has appointed David T. Joyner acting foreman of labor in charge of the grounds at Guilford Battleground.

3 "Funeral for W. G. Brown Is Conducted At Randleman," (Greensboro)Daily News, 5 Dec 1932, p. 10, col. 5;
Funeral rites for W. G. Brown, forman of labor at the national military park, Guilford Battleground, who died Saturday of heart trouble at his home there, were held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at St. Paul's Methodist church, Randleman. Rev. J. C. Groce, pastor of St. Paul's, and Rev. W. A. Way, pastor of Pilgrim Holiness church, Edgeville, were in charge. Interment was in the church cemetery.
Pallbearers were J. G. Wall, Jr., Alvin Clapp, J. H. Wall, C. N. Clapp, Dewey Thomas and W. D. McNairy.



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