BROWN, LUCINDA - Newton County, Missouri | LUCINDA BROWN - Missouri Gravestone Photos

Lucinda BROWN

Brown Family Cemetery
Newton County,

Known Burials:

Brown, Addison H
Dec. 27, 1806
Oct., 1889

Brown, George Isbell
Mar. 4, 1832
Apr. 1, 1902

Brown, Infant
Feb. 10, 1857
George Isbell Brown (1832 - 1902)
Sarah Ann Baynham Brown (1831 - 1903)

Brown, Lucinda Isbell
Death: Oct. 17, 1865
Wife of Addison

Brown, Manford
Jul. 5, 1895
Dec. 2, 1896
Son of M D and Louise

Brown, Manville
May 13, 1893
Son of M D and Louise

Brown, Sarah Ann Baynham
Feb. 1, 1831
Jan. 15, 1903
Daughter of William G Baynham
Wife of George Isbell Brown (1832 - 1902)

Brown, Zebuline Harrison Starkey
Dec. 25, 1836
Aug. 16, 1908
Wife of Addison
Daughter of John W Starkey

Isbell, George
Jan. 28, 1821
Mar. 26, 1900

Patton, Naomi Brown
Feb. 4, 1905
Dec. 16, 1967

Brown, Sarah Ann Baynham
JAN 22, 1903: Died, at her home one mile east of Newtonia, on Thursday, January 15, 1903, Mrs. Sarah A. Brown, wife of the late George I. Brown, aged 69 years, 11 months, and 14 days. Her husband died but a few months ago. The two had been married about fifty years. Mrs. Brown's maiden name was Baynham. She was a woman highly esteemed by everyone, and was one of the oldest citizens of this part of the county. She was a Christian woman of noble character. She leaves in sorrow three sons, D.C., Dr. W.D. , Addison H. Brown, two little motherless granddaughters, twins, one little grandson, and other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held from the family residence on Saturday, conducted by Reb. R.J. Kyle. The remains were interred in the family burying ground. The bereaved ones have the sincere sympathy of their large circle of friends. * Source: The Newton County News published in Newtonia by the Mize sisters

JAN 29, 1903: Obituary -- Mrs. Sarah A. Brown - Sister Sarah A. Brown was born in Callaway county, Mo., Feb. 1, 1834. She was the daughter and only child to the first union of her father, Wm. G. Baynham. She was married to George I. Brown, of Newtonia, Newton Co, Mo. In 1856, to which union were born five children, one daughter and four sons. Sister Brown died at her home one mile and a half east of Newtonia Jan. 12, 1903, at the age of 68 years, 11 months and 14 days. Three half sisters and one half brother viz: Mrs. Sue Strong of Pomona, Call, Mrs. Bettie Bliss and Mrs. Mary DeGroff of Carthage, Mo., and William G. Baynham of Diamond, Mo., Three sons and three grandchildren, viz: Dr. W.D. Brown, D.C. Brown, A. H. Brown, and Justin, one of Dr. Brown, Sallie and Georgia, daughters of D.C. Brown, survive to mourn their loss. Two half sister, three half brothers, an infant daughter and her husband having preceded her to the other world. George I, Brown, her husband, having died about 9 months ago. Sister Brown professed faith in Christ about ten years ago, joined the M. E. Church, South and lived a Christian the remainder of her life. She died a peaceful death and now rests in possession of the saints reward. Her sufferings, sorrows, and troubles are past and past forever. God bless her loved ones, who linger upon the shores of tie and bring them at last to himself on the other side for: "Over the river loved one pass from day to day, To realms immortal bear our hearts away; O the sweet reunions just beyond the silent tide, O the songs of welcome, on the other side." Farewell, until the meeting, On that peaceful shore; Where we will strike glad hands, To part no more. ROB'T J. KYLE *Source: The Newton County News published in Newtonia by the Mize sisters

Funeral services for Mrs. Naomi Patton,62 years old,Granby,Route 2,who died at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in Cardswell Memorial Hospital in Stella were held at 2 Tuesday in the Wanda Methodist Church. The Rev.Houston Tracy officated and was assisted by the Rev. Paul Patton.
Mrs Patton was born February 4,1905,Granby,Route 2 and had lived here all her life.
She is survied by a daughter, Miss Mary Patton of the home; a son, George Patton, stationed with the in Germany; a sister Erma Brown, Granby, Route 2; a brother Bill Brown, Granby Route 2 and a granddaughter.
Burial:December 19, 1967, Brown Family Cemetery.

Contributed on 6/16/17 by tslundberg
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Submitted: 6/16/17 • Approved: 6/16/17 • Last Updated: 4/12/18 • R805176-G805173-S3

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