NameHarrison Benjamin BROWN, G Uncle, B650
Birth24 Nov 1889, Fort Scott, Bourbon, Kansas
Death30 Mar 1974, Grand Prairie, Dallas, Texas
Burial2 Apr 1974, Carl Junction, Jasper, Missouri
FatherJacob Feltinberger BROWN (1844-1926)
MotherMartha Anne CAPPS (1856-1919)
Birthabt 1895, Kansas
Marriageabt 1911, Prob Fort Scott, Bourbon, Kansas
ChildrenHarrison (~1912-)
 Roy (~1914->1974)
 Delphine (~1919-)
 Daisy Olive (1923-2009)
 Delsie Ophelia (1926-2007)
Notes for Harrison Benjamin BROWN
City Directory Fort Scott, KS 1911 - Laborer, lived at 1220 East 1st. 1916 - Teamster, lived at 423 South Little. Moved to Carl Junction, Missouri . 1920 Living in Pleasant View Twp, Cherokee County, working in the zinc mines. The 1920 census is hard to read - it looks like Delphin is listed there. not Daphne.

GRAVE, Carl Junction Cemetery
Harrison Brown, 89 years of age of 502 North Roney Street in Carl Junction, died at 5:10 o’clock Satrurday afternoon, March 30, at a hospital in Grand Prairie, Tex., where he had been a patient for more than one week. Mr. Brown was visiting his daughter, Mrs. Delsie Owens of Duncanville, Tex., at the time of his death.

He was born November 24, 1884, at Fort Scott, Kan., and had lived in Carl Junction for the past 30 years. He was a retired miner.

Surviving in addition to the daughter, are three other daughters, Mrs. Daphne Coneau, Mrs. Daisy Oliver and Mrs. Delphine Gilbin, all of Joplin; one son, Ray Brown, of Dixon, Calif.; a brother, Tom Brown, of Wichita, Kan.; one sister, Ada Simpson of Fort Scott, Kan.; 11 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were conducted at 3:00 o’clock Tuesday afternoon of this week, April 2, at the Roney Funeral Service Chapel in Carl Junction. The Rev. Lonie Adams, pastor if the United Pentecostal Church of Carl Junction, officiated, and burial was in Carl Junction Cemetery under direction of the Roney Funeral Service.

Pallbearers were Ed Russell, Jack Vokl, Jack Reed, Arthur (Bud) Smith, Lester Shira and Tom Hansford.

Music for the service was provided by Miss Betty Maddox, soloist, and Miss Sheila Bowman, organist. Selections were “In The Garden” and “Whispering Hope”
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