1903 - 1963 (60 years)
||James Burren BROWN |
||9 February 1903
||Prob Emmet Co.,MI 
||McKinley,Emmet Co.,MI 
||February 1963 
- From James Burren Brown III:
My father, the eldest of their children, was born February 9, 1903---in Levering I believe.
15 Nov 2004
My father, JBBII had nephritis, a complication I believe of the flu and the 1918 flu epidemic. He was bedridden for some time possible several years, and wasn't expected to live. He was not able to attend high school. I didn't know the exact period, but it appears he was still so, at the time of the 1920 census.
JBBII, my father, was accepted at Michigan State College without high school. He was asst personell director at Oldsmobile for many yrs, until he went into the construction business  with his brother, Lee Clark Brown--Brown Brothers Construction, Lansing. Brown Bros. ended business in the late 1980s.
02 Jul 2006
James Burren Brown I, my father, known later as "Doc" @ 1 yr.(1904). (This was a picture that he e-mailed to me.) He had as a boy, followed his father, a doctor, on his rounds to patients' homes in northern Michigan. Their home was Levering, MI.
||3 July 2006 |
||James Burren BROWN, I, b. 25 March 1874, Allegan Co.,MI d. 1929, Allegan Co.,MI (Age 54 years) |
||Margarette Pearl BAKER, b. 25 August 1874, MI d. 1 March 1974, Lansing,Ingham Co.,MI (Age 99 years) |
||Family Group Sheet | Family Chart
- [S959] BROWN James SSDI Record 1963.
- [S1002] 1920 US Federal Census - BROWN James B. I Family, (McKinley, Emmett Co., MI; Ed 163; Page 1A, Lines 31-34, Image 1 of 12 ).