Hemlock - Marcus C. Brown died at his home on Richmond Mills road Wednesday morning, August 23, after an illness of long duration.
Mr. Brown resided in Livonia 18 years, having moved from his birth place in Canadice in the spring of 1916. He was engaged in farming and poultry raising until his health failed in the spring of 1933. While residing at Canadice Mr. Brown was active in community and church affairs, was a member of Springwater Grange and Springwater M. E. church. He served three terms as supervisor in the town of Canadice.
Funeral services were held from his late home Saturday afternoon at two o’clock. Burial was made at Evergreen cemetery, Springwater.
His many friends in this vicinity will miss him keenly. He was an accommodating neighbor and good friend to all who knew him.
Livonia - Funeral services for Marcus C. Brown, 67, who died at his home here last week Tuesday, were held Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Brown is survived by his widow, Anna Brown; one son, Harry J. Brown of Rochester; two daughters, E. Mae Brown and Gladys H. Brown of Livonia; and two brothers, Elmer E. of Green Mountain Falls, Colorado, and George Branch of Livonia.
Mrs. Anna Brown, widow of Marcus C. Brown, of Livonia, and formerly Canadice, died Saturday, June 10.
Mrs. Brown, who was 72 years of age, was born in Naples, the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Briggs of that place.
On December 10, 1885, she was united in marriage to Marcus C. Brown of Canadice and lived on Bald Hill in that township until the family moved to the farm at Bosley’s Corners, Livonia, in the spring of 1916. Since Mr. Brown’s death in August, 1933, Mrs. Brown has carried on the farm and poultry business with the aid of competent help.
Mrs. Brown was a woman with executive ability and was devoted to her home and farm interests. She was a member of Livonia Grange, Rebekah Lodge, W.C.T.U., and the Hemlock Methodist church and its organizations.
Surviving are a son, Harry J. Brown, of Rochester; two daughters, E. Mae Brown and Gladys H. Brown, of Livonia; one sister, Mrs. William Skilton, of Hemlock.
Funeral services were held at the home, Tuesday, at 200 p.m., the Rev. W. J. Brown of the Hemlock Methodist church officiating.
Burial was in Mount Vernon Evergreen cemetery, Springwater.