Andrew Jackson Brown
Full Name: Andrew Jackson Brown
Date of birth: April 16, 1844
Date of death: February 9, 1915
Biographical Notes and Resources top
- Death and funeral, "Dies at Summer Home: Body of Captain A.J. Brown Will Be Brougth [sic] to Dallas," 2/10/1915, p. 8.
"Resolutions Adopted on A.J. Brown's Death," 2/11/1915, p. 16. Captain A.J. Brown, death date Tuesday, 2/9/1915. Biographical sketch in resolution of the Board of City Commissioners, "While he was away from home, and without his knowledge or consent, he was nominated by his Johnson County neighbors as a member of the Texas Legislature. To that position he was elected in 1886. He declined to stand for re-election."
"Burial of Capt. A.J. Brown," 2/12/1915, p. 4.
"Funeral Service for Capt. A.J. Brown Held," photo, 2/13/1915, p. 9.
Dallas Morning News.
- Portrait and biographical sketch, Andrew Jackson Brown, p. 331. Born 4/16/1844 in Tennessee, son Joshua D. and Nellie Ewing Brown, married Miss Eddie Milliken in 1871.
Personnel of the Texas State Government with Sketches of Distinguished Texans, 21st Legislature, 1889.
Military Service Notes
- Andrew J. Brown, death date 2/9/1915 in Rockport, age 70.
FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976.
- Andrew Jackson Brown (1844-1915), burial in Oakland Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County.
Find a Grave.
- Andrew Jackson Brown, Democrat, stockman, age 44 in 1889, born in Tennessee.
Legislative Reference Library Card File.
A.J. Brown, 21st Legislature, State Preservation Board
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