Bio: Brown / Braun, Hubert Henry (1889 - 1967)
----Source: Greenwood Library Scrapbook, Marshfield News Herald Collection 11/ /1967
Surnames: BROWN HIMES
Brown, Hubert Henry (1889
GREENWOOD, CLARK COUNTY--Hubert Henry Brown, 77, Seattle, Wash., a former Greenwood resident died Friday, Nov. 17, 1967, in veteran's Hospital at Seattle, following a lingering illness.
Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Hill Funeral Home in Greenwood. The Rev. Carl Booher, pastor of Grace Methodist Church, will officiate, and burial will be made in the Greenwood Cemetery. (actually buried in West Spencer, Sherman Twp.?)
The body will repose at the funeral home from noon Tuesday until the time of services.
Mr. Brown was born Dec. 24, 1889, and had served in World War I. After leaving Greenwood, the family lived for a time in Minnesota before going to Seattle.
Survivors are his wife, the former Minnie Himes three sons, Kenneth E. and Robert H., Seattle, Wash. and Wayne A., Renton, Wash. and seven grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by a son, Wallace, in Jan. 1967.
1900 Federal Census, Saxeville town, Waushara, Wisconsin
Name: Henry Brown
Birth Date: Jul 1899
Relationship to Head-of-Household: Son
Spouse Birth Place:
Father Name: August Brown
Father Birthplace: Germany
Mother Name: Elizabeth Brown
Mother Birthplace: Wisconsin
Race or Color (expanded): White
Head-of-household Name: August Brown
Marital Status: Single
Years Married: 19
Estimated Marriage Year:
Enumeration District: 0113
Sheet Number and Letter: 4A
Household ID: 61
Household Gender Age
Parent: August Brown M, b. (Oct 1844), parents b. Germany
Parent: Elizabeth Brown F, b. (May 1857), b. Wis., parents b. Germany, 11 children - 11 living, married 19 yrs.
William A Brown M, b. (Dec 1881)
Otto C Brown M, b. (May 1884)
Augusta P Brown F, (May 1886)
Herman Brown M, (Apr 1888)
Elizabeth Brown F, (Jan 1890)
Earnest Brown M, (Sep 1892)
Louie Brown M, (Aug 1894)
Emma Brown F, (May 1895)
Frederick Brown M, (May 1897)
Henry Brown M (Jul 1899)
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