A. W. Brown
DEATH COMES SUDDENLY TO EDITOR A. W. BROWN
Publisher of New Cumberland Independent Succumbs to Attack of Bright's Disease
A. W. Brown, founder, editor and publisher of the New Cumberland Independent, died at his home there at yesterday, (May 16, 1906) of Bright's disease, aged 51 years. The deceased had long been a suffer from the disease which caused his death.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown returned Tuesday from a visit with their daughter, Miss Lucy, who is a student in the
The funeral arrangements will be announced later.
Brown was born
In 1876 he removed to New Cumberland and established the Independent. He was an upright, honorable citizen and a life long Republican. He was for a number of years one of the circuit court commissioners, and was clerk of the senate during the last session of the legislature.
Mr. Brown was twice married, his first wife, having been Miss Mary Morrow, who died several years ago. The two surviving children, Robert E. and Lucy, were born of this union.
The second wife of the deceased, who survives was Miss Ola Moore, daughter of Abram Moore, of