Anna Mulford Brown, Evanston pioneer, dies in Lakeland
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 25 Nov 1937, p. 16
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Mrs. Anna Mulford Brown, 86, passed away in Lakeland, Fla., November 19 [1937], four months after the death of her husband, Pliny Bliss Brown, aged 88. They had celebrated their sixty-fourth wedding anniversary. One of their daughters, Mrs. Gordon Wilson, resides in Wilmette. Besides Mrs. Wilson, they are survived by two sons and three daughters; Clarence B. Brown of Evanston; Pliny Bliss Brown of Joliet, Ill., and Mrs. Rebecca Drennan [unclear], Mrs. Catherine Stalev [unclear], and Mrs. Anna Fitch of Lakeland. Anna Mulford Brown was the granddaughter of Maj. Edward Mulford. Major Mulford was one of the original pioneers of Evanston. Mrs. Brown's brother, James Mulford, was killed in the Civil war.

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25 Nov 1937
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Brown, Anna ; Brown, Clarence ; Brown, Pliny ; Drennan, Rebecca ; Fitch, Anna ; Stalev, Catherine
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Anna Mulford Brown, Evanston pioneer, dies in Lakeland