Saturday, February 14, 2015

EMMA ARCENIA BROWN

© Kathy Duncan, 2015

Emma Arsenia Brown, daughter of John and Mary Emma (Barber) Brown, was born 17 March 1870 in Titus County, Texas and died 29 December 1950 in Bogata, Red River County, Texas.  She married Silas O. Brown. Both are buried in  Tranquil Cemetery in Winfield, Titus County, Texas.

Census records of Emma Arsenia (Brown) and Silas O. Brown:

4 June 1900, Prct #2, Titus Co., TX, p. 198:

24 - 24
Brown, S.O. Head W M 1866 34 M-12 b.TX fb. TX
-----E.A. Wife W  F Nov 1870 23 M-12  3-2  b. TX  fb. NC  mb. AL
-----Jessie Dau  W  F Mar 1890 10 S b. TX  fb. TX  mb. TX
-----Era Dau W  F 1895 5 S b. TX fb. TX mb. TX

27 April 1910, J P #1, Franklin Co., TX:

141-149
Brown, Silas O Head M W 43 M-1 21 b. TX fb. MO mb. MO
-----Emma R. Wife F W 40 M-1 21 6-5 b. TX fb. SC mb. AL
-----Jessie V. Dau F W 20 S b. TX fb. TX mb. TX
-----Eva E Dau F W 15 S b. TX fb. TX mb. TX
-----Lena M Dau F W 6 S b. TX fb. TX mb. TX
-----Ardena O Dau F W 4 S b. OK fb. TX mb. TX
-----Loyd O Son M W 1 10/12 S b. TX fb. TX mb. TX

20 & 21 Jan 1920, Prct #1, Hopkins Co., TX, p. 39:

161 - 179
Brown, S.O. Head M W 59-M b. TX  fb. MO  mb. MS
-----Arcenia Wife F  W 49-M b. TX  fb. SC  mb. TX
-----Vinie Mare Dau F  W 15 S b. TX  fb. TX   mb. TX
-----Ardina O. Dau F  W 13 S b. OK fb. TX  mb. TX
-----Loyd O. Son M W 11 S b. TX  fb TX mb.  TX

14 April 1930, Prct 1, Hood Co., TX:

139-139
Brown, Silas O Head M W 63 M 21 b. tX fb. MO Mb. MS
-----Emma A Wife F W 60 M 18 b. TX fb. NC mb. AL

1933 City Directory of Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX:

Brown, Silas O (Arcenia) h316 Lipscomb

20 May 1940, J.P. #3, Red River County, Texas:

390 
Brown, Silas O Head M W 73 M 8th grade b. TX res in Red River Co. 1935
-----Emma A Wife F W 70 M 7th grade b. TX res. Red River Co. 1935
Cranford, Ardena O Dau F W 34 M 9th grade b. OK res. Red River Co. 1935
-----Bernada L G-Dau F W 13 7th grade b. TX res. Red River Co. 1935

389
Brown, Loyd O. Head M W 32 M 7th grade b. TX res. Red River Co. 1935
-----Veda B Wife F W 27 M 7th grade b. TX res Red River Co. 1935
-----Wilma L. Dau F W 10 S 3rd grade b. TX res Red River Co. 1935
-----Billie G Son M W 6 S b. TX res. Red River Co. 1935
-----Beatrice S. Dau F W 9/12 S b. TX res. Red River Co. 1935

Obituary of Silas O. Brown, published in the Bogata News  on Friday, 27 July 1945:

Funeral Services For S.O. Brown Tuesday Afternoon - S.O. Brown, aged 79 years, died at his home in Bogata on Sunday. He was born Sept. 20, 1866, and was married to Miss Emma Brown in 1888. To them were born six chidren, four of whom survive, along with his wife. They are Mrs. C.W. Roberts of Bogata, Mrs. F.L. Clark of Ft. Worth, Loyd Brown and Mrs. W.M. Quick, both of Paris. Fourteen grandchildren and three great grandchildren, and one brother, H.H. Brown of Bogata. He had been a member of the Methodist church since the age of seventeen. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist church by Rev. R.E. Porter, assited by rev. Curtis Hoover of Deport and Rev. Taylor of New Hagansort. Burial was in the Tranquill cemetery. Pallbearers were G.W. Bartlett, L.C. McDonald, Willie Davis, Ben Shows, M.C. Ellis and W.H. Summers.
[Source: Obituaries for Red River County, Texas taken from Bogata News 1944 thru 1957 and other Miscellaneous Newspapers beginning in 1846  by Lawrence and Sue Dale]

Obituary of Emma Arsenia Brown, published in the Bogata News  on Friday, 5 Jan 1951:

Funeral Services Held Sunday For Mrs. S.O. Brown - Mrs. Emma Arsenia Brown, 80, of Bogata, passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Roberts, Friday night after being confined to her bed for the past twenty one months. Mrs. Brown was born in Titus County, March 17, 1870 and was the widow of the late S.O. Brown, who proceeded her in death in 1944. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the Bogata Methodist church by Rev. L..L. Hanson, pastor of the Baptist church, assisted by Rev. W.D. Thompson. Burial was made in the Tranquil cemetery near Mr. Vernon. Bogata Funeral Home had charge of arrangements. Survivors include four children, Mrs. W.M. Quick and Loyd Brown of Paris, Mrs. F.L. Clark of Ft. Worth and Mrs. Roberts with whom she made her home. Ten grandchidren, seven great-grandchildren, one brother, Toy Brown of Avery, one half brother, Jewel Lain of Spur. Pallbearers were her nephews, Herman Stinson, W.G. White, H.B. Stinson, Jr., J.A. Eudy, C.L. Brown and David Brown. Out-of-town relatives attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stinson and son, Junior and Mrs. Lizzy Brown of New Boston, Mrs. Toy Brown, Mrs. Alma Beardon and daughter, Ruth and Mildred of Avery, Mr. and Mrs. W.G. White and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Eudy of Kilgore, Clifton Brown of Paris and Mr. and Mrs. David Brown and chidren of Mt. Vernon.
[Source: Obituaries for Red River County, Texas taken from Bogata News 1944 thru 1957 and other Miscellaneous Newspapers beginning in 1846  by Lawrence and Sue Dale]



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