NameThomas Jefferson BROWN, G Uncle, B650
Birth21 Jul 1892, Fort Scott, Bourbon, Kansas
Death12 Apr 1989, Wichita, Sedgewick, Kansas
Burial15 Apr 1989, Junction City, Geary, Kansas
Birth21 Jul 1893
FatherJacob Feltinberger BROWN (1844-1926)
MotherMartha Anne CAPPS (1856-1919)
Birthabt 1901, England
Birthabt 1900
Death23 Nov 1988, Wichita, Sedgewick, Kansas
Burial26 Nov 1988, Junction City, Geary, Kansas
MarriageOct 1919, Wichita, Sedgewick, Kansas
Notes for Thomas Jefferson BROWN
Thomas served in the Army (France) in WW I
Thomas moved to Wichita around 1919, according to his funeral record
Funeral services for Thomas J. Brown, 96, Wichita, will be pending at the Johnson Funeral Chapel. Mr. Brown, a furniture salesman, died Wednesday April 12 at his home in Wichita

Unknown paper, probably Junction City
copy from Johnson Funeral Chapel

Funeral services for Thomas J. Brown, 96, Wichita, will be 2 p.m. Saturday1 at the Johnson Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Steven Absher of the First United Methodist Church. Mr. Brown died Wednesday, April 12, at his home in Wichita.

He was born July 21, 1892 in Bourbon County, near Fort Scott, to Jacob and Martha Capps Brown. He worked for the railroad as a young man and served with the Army in France during World War I. He enjoyed woodworking and was a furniture salesman for 21 years at Hellum’s Furniture Store in Wichita. Before he retired at the age of 93, he had worked the last four years for the American Savings and Loan Company.

In October, 1919 he married Emily Spittles in Wichita. She preceded him in death Nov 23, 1988.

He was a member of the Hyde Park United Methodist Church in Wichita.

Survivors include two daughters, Genevieve Atherton, Crocker, MO., Doris Howard, Sacramento, Calif.; four grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.

He was also preceded in death by one sister, Ada Simpson, and four brothers, John, Harrison, Jap and Gus Brown.

The family and friends will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Johnson Funeral Chapel.
Casket bearers will be Richard Spittles, Paul Spittles, Bill Spittles, Clarence Erichsen, Donald Sanders and Darrell Spittles. The organist will be Ferrell Miller.
Burial will be in the Highland Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Hyde Park United Methodist Church.
The Johnson Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
1 April 15, 1989
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