1854 - 1942
||BROWN *Charley Talley |
||29 Jun 1854
||Newport, Cocke Couny,Tennessee
||31 Jul 1942
||Hytop Mountain, Jackson Co. Alabama
||1 Aug 1942
||Hytop, Jackson Co., AL
||Ancestors of Catherine Yvonne King | The Ancestors and Descendants of Johan Jakob Brown/Braun the "Waggonmaker".
||19 Sep 2006 |
||BROWN *Isaac N., b. 1790, Rowan County, North Carolina , d. 1855, Newport, Cocke County,Tennessee |
||HOLT *Judith "Judah", b. 1822/1825, TN , d. 1906 |
||Cocke County, Tennessee
||DICKSON *Sarah Elizabeth, b. Feb 1857, Cocke County, Tennessee , d. 1905/1906, Jackson County, AL |
||8 Jun 1875
||Newport, Cocke Co., Tennessee
| ||1. BROWN John D, b. 22 Jul 1879, Cocke County, Tennessee , d. 8 Jan 1935, Fort Benning, Columbus Co., Georgia |
|>||2. BROWN Porter Willis, b. 12 Aug 1880, Cocke County, Tennessee , d. 13 Apr 1961, Huntsville, Madison Co., AL |
|>||3. BROWN *Robert David, b. 23 Sep 1883, Cocke County, Tennessee , d. 18 Feb 1926, Demopolis, Al |
| ||4. BROWN Walter Thomas, b. 29 Sep 1886, Newport, Cocke Co., Tennessee , d. 11 Aug 1970, Stevenson, Jackson Co.,AL |
| ||5. BROWN Alfred Wesley, b. 24 Mar 1892, Jackson County, AL , d. 25 Apr 1975, Birmingham, AL |
| ||6. BROWN Jessie Preston, b. 25 Mar 1892, Jackson County, AL , d. 9 Jan 1972, Golden Triangle, Conv. Center, Port Arthur, TX |
| ||7. BROWN Frankie Mae, b. 16 Mar 1896, Jackson County, AL , d. 9 Feb 1991, S. Pittsburg, Marion Co. TN |
| ||8. BROWN Benjamin C, b. Sep 1900, Jackson County, AL , d. 17 Nov 1985, Regency Nur Home, Moneagle, TN |
||THACKERSON Nancy Alice, b. 16 Sep 1883, d. 22 Jun 1960  |
||2 May 1913
||Jackson Co., Alabama
| ||1. BROWN George R, b. 12 Jun 1914, Jackson Co., Alabama , d. 11 Dec 1988, Jackson Co., Alabama |
| ||2. BROWN L.K.".L.|
| ||3. BROWN Chesley C, b. 31 Jul 1919, Jackson Co., Alabama , d. 19 Jan 2000, Scottsboro, Jackson Co., Alabama |
| ||4. BROWN Charley Harold, b. 19 Feb 1923, Jackson Co., Alabama , d. 8 Nov 1990, Jackson Co., Alabama |
- Charley Talley Brown supported himself and his second family by selling chairs and other furniture that
he made from the trees found on his homestead. He made his own tools to work the wood pieces.
He would soak the wood in water to facilitate bending. He sold these chairs at Frank Bailes and
Oscar Ellis' store on Big Coon and Little Coon Creek in the valley near the Tennessee River in the
1920's. The chair making was done at his homestead on Cumberland Mountain near Hytop, Alabama
in Jackson Co.,. The wood selected for the chairs was hickory and white oak.
He was a blacksmith and had his own forge. He made his own turning lathe and tools. The lathe
was powered by a treadle and the boys were the movers on the treadle.
Record of Patent # 937887
United States of America
Whereas, a Certificate of Register of the Land Office at Montgomery, AL has been deposited in the General Land Office, whereby it appears that, pursuant to the Act of Congress of May 20, 1862, " To Secure Homesteads to Actual Settlers on the Public Domain, " and the acts supplemental thereto, the
claim of Charles T. Brown
has been established and duly consummated, in conformity to law, for the northwet quarter of the southwest quarter of Section twenty-six in Township one south of range five east of the Huntsville Meridian, Alabama, containing forty acres and eighteen hundredths of an acre.
dated eight day of May 1924 ( Calvin Coolidge )
Rose Pippin website notation ( http://rosepipping.com)
AKA Daddy Brown
Supposedly registered as a Cherokee/Choctaw
- 9/1/06: Letter from Ruby Brown with additional photo of Charley T Brown.
This is not a very good picture of Mr. Brown. My husband Chelsey said one of his boys came from Texas and took him there. That was where the picture was taken. " Elbert"? possibly Texas instead of Arkansas. Review with Bob Brown.
- [S113] Bob Brown ( Brown Family Genealogist ), Bob Brown.