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He was educated in the Greig public schools. He became associated with his father in the meat and p…

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He was educated in the Greig public schools. He became associated with his father in the meat and provision business and in the dairy business with his brother (Irving) Charles. They also had a very successful hop farm at Greig. In politics Mr. Brown was a Republican, active and influential in his party and prominent in public life. He was superintendent of poor in Lewis county from January 1, 1900, to the time of his death. He was a faithful member of the Methodist Episcopal church for thirth years. He was a member of Lowville Lodge No. 134, Free and Accepted Masons; of Lowville Lodge No 759, Independent Order of Odd Fellows; of Greig Grange No 693, Patrons of Husbandry. (From Genealogical & Family History of Northern New York, 1910. Vol 1, p. 633.)

Given names Surname Sosa Birth Place Death Age Place Last change
Lyman Willett BROWN
Lyman Wellington BROWN
September 30, 1848171Greig, Lewis, New York, USA6November 3, 190811160Greig, Lewis, New York, USADecember 22, 2016 - 8:38:51 p.m.