Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Saturday, April 12, 1947 pg 2
Well Known Lewisville Man Dies -
Many friends throughout eastern New Brunswick will learn with regret of the death of George E. Brown, well known Lewisville resident and retired C. N. R. machinist yesterday morning in Pleasant Vale, Albert county. He was 67 years of age. He had gone to Albert county several days ago to spend some time in the sugar woods and was stricken with a sudden heart attack. Mr. Brown was born in Little River, Albert Co., in 1879, a son of the late Phillip W. Brown and Mary (O'Brien) Brown. He was employed by the Canadian National Railways until his retirment and had lived for 32 years in Lewisville. He attended the Lewisville Baptist Church and was a member of the Orange Lodge and the International Association of Machinists. Popular with all who knew him his sudden passing will be widely mourned in this section of New Brunswick. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Julie M. Brown; five daughters, Mrs. J. M. de'Azvedo of Valhalla, N. Y., Mrs. George Legere (Ada) of Lewisville, Mrs. Charles Knowles (Jean) of Springfield, N.J., Mrs. James Jarvis (Norma) of Lewisvllle and Mrs. Hubert Farnell (Marjorie) at home; six sons. Cecil and Edison at home, Ogle of Calgary, Talmadge of Amherst and Gerald and Everett of Lewisville. Also surviving are five sisters, Mrs. Florence Leaman of Nixon, Albert county, Mrs. Walter Geldart of South Brookdale, N.S., Mrs. Gordon Hopper of Calgary, Mrs. Bert Swan and Mrs. Eric Hopper, both of Millinocket, Me., and two brothers, Charles of Moncton and Basil of Vancouver. The body is resting at Tuttle Brothers funeral parlors until it will be taken to his late residenced. Funeral service will be held Monday from Tuttle Brothers' chapel at 2 p.m. Interment in Elmwood cemetery.