BROWN, MARTHA M - Benton County, Arkansas | MARTHA M BROWN - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

Martha M BROWN

Coffelt (Vaughn) Cemetery
Benton County,
Arkansas

JJ
Company A Arkansas Cavalry
Civil War Confederate
December 13, 1843 - May 22, 1921

Source: Confederate Veterans of Benton County,
Compiled by William W Degge & Dorthy Ruth Miller

*Obituary
Bentonville Daily Democrat
Wednesday, May 25, 1921

BROWN, Jesse James - Jesse James Brown died at his home in the Mason Valley community Sunday, May 22 and was buried Monday at 2 p.m. in the Coffelt cemetery. Rev. G. Lyle Smith, pastor of the Christian church of Bentonville, conducted the funeral services. Mr. Brown was one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of Benton county, having been born in this county seventy-six years ago. He married in 1865 after having served in the Confederate army. He almost immediately home-steaded the place on which all his later life was spent. Eight of his ten children survive to mourn his death. In his going Benton county has lost one of its most valuable citizens. A Friend.

*Obituary
Benton County Record
Friday, May 27, 1921

(from Mason Valley} Jim Brown died at the home of his son, Mack Brown, Sunday afternoon. Funeral services were conducted here at the Baptist church Monday afternoon. The family have the entire sympathy of this community in their bereavement.

*Obituary
Benton County Record
Friday, June 3, 1921

{from Mason Valley} Mrs. Ola Robertson has returned to her home in Oklahoma after being called here on the account of the illness and death of her father, Jim Brown.

Martha
December 18, 1844 - September 15, 1915

*Obituary (as written)
Gentry Journal-Advance
Friday, September 24, 1915

BROWN, Martha M. - Martha M. Brown was born Dec. 18, 1844 in Benton county, Ark., was married to J.J. Brown July 28, 1865. They moved to Texas the same year and lived there two years, returning to Benton county in December 1867. She united with the Christian church at New Salem, this state, 1875, remaining strong in the faith until God called her home the 16th of Sept. Death was due to cerebral hemorrhage of the brain and she remained conscious only about two minutes after she was stricken, passing away while at the home of her son, R.M. Brown, in Shawnee, Okla. Mrs. Brown was the mother of ten children, eight of whom are living, five being present at the time of her death, the other three arriving soon afterward. The remains were shipped to her old home in Benton county and deposited in the Coffelt cemetery Sunday evening to await the resurrection morning. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Sears and a host of friends were present to look upon her smiling face the last time on earth. A Friend.

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