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Brown, Lewis

Lewis Brown U.S. Army WWII
Lewis Brown U.S. Army WWII

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Date of Birth: 12/15/1909
Died On: 7/18/1967
Street Address: unknown
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: U.S. Army-WWII

Veteran Code: USARMY-70

Lewis Brown was born in Kansas in 1909. In Rye his families address remains unknown. Lewis served as an officer in the U.S. Army during World War II.

General Harbords first wife, Emma Yeatman Ovenshiw died in 1937 at their home on Dogwood Lane. He is survived by his second wife. Mrs. Anna Lee Brown Harbord and by two stepchildren Lieut Colonel Lewis Brown and Mrs. Anna Brown Whiting both of Rye. PAGE FOUR THE RYE CHRONICLE Friday, August 22, 1947

Birth: Dec. 15, 1909 Fort Riley Geary County Kansas, USA Death: Jul. 18, 1967 Monterey Monterey County California, USA

Nationally known polo star and member of the champion Arizona Wildcat team of 1931, selected to play at the 1932 Los Angeles Olympic games and featured in the motion picture, ''This Sporting Age (1932).'' Captained the American team in 1923 when it defeated the British army team. Arizona Republic (Phoenix), 17 Dec 1933, page 17. Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona), 19 Jul 1967, Wed, page 48 Lewis Brown III MONTEREY, Calif. (AP)


Lewis Brown III, a former executive with NBC-TV, was found dead yesterday morning at his home in Monterey. The exact cause of death, apparently natural, will be determined by autopsy, according to the Monterey County coroner's office.
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