Vary Family

Charles Dewey BROWNAge: 69 years18751944

Charles Dewey BROWN
Birth July 11, 1875 29 22
Birth of a brotherWallace Drayton BROWN
June 14, 1878 (Age 2 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherCaleb BROWN
October 18, 1882 (Age 7 years)
Birth of a brotherJohn Willet BROWN
February 13, 1884 (Age 8 years)
Death of a brotherJohn Willet BROWN
June 24, 1884 (Age 8 years)
MarriageMae E. HIGBYView this family
April 8, 1896 (Age 20 years)
Birth of a daughter
Florence BROWN
July 10, 1897 (Age 21 years)
Birth of a daughter
February 6, 1899 (Age 23 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherSarah Ann VARY
January 3, 1903 (Age 27 years)
Death of a fatherJohn Henry BROWN
March 25, 1909 (Age 33 years)
Death of a motherElla HUBBARD
November 16, 1923 (Age 48 years)
Death of a brotherWallace Drayton BROWN
June 1, 1944 (Age 68 years)
Death August 12, 1944 (Age 69 years)
Burial 1944 (Age 68 years)
Trinity Episcopal Church, Boonville NY

Family with parents - View this family
Marriage: December 31, 1868
7 years
3 years
younger brother
-5 years
elder brother
Frank Earl BROWN
Birth: November 24, 1873 27 20Greig, Lewis, New York, USA
Death: December 21, 1945Alameda, Alameda, California, USA
10 years
younger brother
John Willet BROWN
Birth: February 13, 1884 37 31Greig, Lewis, New York, USA
Death: June 24, 1884Greig, Lewis, New York, USA
Family with Mae E. HIGBY - View this family
Marriage: April 8, 1896Greig, Lewis, New York, USA
15 months
19 months
Birth: February 6, 1899 23 24Greig, Lewis, New York, USA
Death: March 1982Boonville, Oneida, New York, USA

Shared note

He was associated with the mining of barytes when he lived in the South and he traveled in the interests of the Williams Products Co. of New York City. He was associated for many years with the Ryder Hardware Store in Boonville, Oneida, New York. Reforestation was of particular interest to him and he was one of the first to buy and reforest barren lands east of the Black River. Over the years he built one camp after another at Brantingham Lake, which to him were both a hobby and a business, for they proved to be popular with vacationists who came to know him and appreciate his knowledge of the woods. One of his latest hobbies was the restoration of antique chairs and the collection he made was a source of pride and satisfaction tohimself and his family.