Heathcock Genealogy Database - Person Sheet
Heathcock Genealogy Database - Person Sheet
NameAda Thompson 3277,3278
Birth12 Sep 1858, TX
Death20 Jan 1919, Collingsworth Co TX Age: 60
MotherElizabeth A. Sullivant (1822-1904)
Spouses
Birth11 Mar 1857, Indiana
Death12 Jun 1937, Wellington, Collingsworth Co TX Age: 80
FatherAdam Alexander Brown Jr. (1833-1906)
MotherMarion Mallory (1834-<1861)
Marriageca 18803279
ChildrenJames Claude (1883-1951)
 Bettie Elizabeth (1886-1972)
 Katie C. (1889-)
 Oran Iverson (1892-1918)
 Itha M. (1895-)
Notes for Ada Thompson
Cause of death, Pneumonia. Possibly a victim of the Spanish Flu.

Mrs. Ada Brown, born September 12, 1858, died of pneumonia January 20, 1919, at the family home south of town about four miles. Deceased was the wife of G. T. Brown and was highly esteemed by all who knew her. She leaves a husband, one son and two daughters, and a host of friends and relatives to mourn her death.3281
Notes for George Timothy (Spouse 1)
1900 Census of Williamson Co TX

Name Age
George F Brown 43
Ada Brown 44
Claud J Brown 17
Bettie E Brown 13
Katie C Brown 11
Oran Brown 8
Itha M Brown 5

1910 Census of Collingsworth Co TX

Name Age
George T Brown 53
Ada Brown 51 wife
Oran I Brown 18 son
Itha Brown 15 dau

1920 Census of Willington, Colliingsworth Co TX

Name Age
George T Brown 62 widowed

1930 Census of Wellington, Colliingsworth Co TX

Name Age
G T Brown 73 married
A J Asher 58 roomer
Lonnie Sadler 26 roomer

Brown Funeral Held Sunday
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Funeral services for George Timothy Brown, 80, were held Sunday afternoon at 2:30, from the Methodist Church, with Rev. W. B. Hicks in charge.

Mr. Brown was one of Wellington's well known citizens, having operated the Brown Hotel on West Avenue for many years. During this time he had made lasting friendships with persons from all walks of life. During his entire stay here he had operated this hotel.

Ill for several weeks, he died Saturday morning at 1:30. Death resulted from heart trouble. Mr. Brown was born March 11, 1857 in Mississippi, and was eighty years, three months and one day of age. He was a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Hattie Brown, of Wellington; one son, Claude Brown of Vlctorville, California; one daughter, Mrs. Bettie Green of Eldorado, Oklahoma. Twenty one grandchildren also survive.

Pall bearers were George Redford, John Wylie Savage, H. H. Tilford, R. L. Robinson, W. M. King and W. P. Davis.

Music included the organ processional by Mrs. Luther Gribble, and songs by the choir, "Rock of Ages“ "Jesus, Lover of My Soul," and "Nearer My God to Thee."

Interment was in the Wellington Cemetery with the Ellis Funeral Home in charge.
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