Company: Captain F.W. Wagener's Company A
Unit Served: SC Light Artillery (German Artillery)
Cemetery and Address: 901 W 2nd St, Elgin, TX 78621
When Abraham James Brown was born on July 21, 1842, in Lake City, South Carolina, his father, William T Brown, was 48 and his mother, Mary Matilda Atkins, was 28. He married Sarah “Sallie” Green in 1863 in Sumter, Williamsburg, South Carolina. They had seven children during their marriage. He died on October 26, 1930, in Rochelle, Texas, at the age of 88, and was buried in Elgin, Texas. Abraham James Brown lived in Charleston, South Carolina, in 1870.
His daughter Emmie Logan was born on July 1, 1872, in Lake City, South Carolina.
His daughter Alice P. was born in June 1874 in South Carolina.
His daughter Itasca Betty was born on July 12, 1875, in South Carolina.
His daughter Leonora J. was born in 1877 in South Carolina.
His son Ollie E. was born on June 29, 1878, in Lake City, South Carolina.
His daughter Barzella Jerusa was born in February 1880 in South Carolina.
His father William T Brown – Born 1793 passed away on June 6, 1879, in Darlington, South Carolina, at the age of 85.
His mother Mary Matilda Atkins – Born 1814 passed away on April 28, 1857, at the age of 43.
His wife Sarah “Sallie” Green – Born 1845 passed away on August 29, 1908, in Elgin, Texas, at the age of 62. They had been married 45 years. Sarah Green was the daughter of
Andrew Quarles Green who served in Company D 7th SC Infantry Reserves
BIRTH 17 MARCH 1817 • Edgefield, Edgefield, South Carolina, United States
DEATH 26 DECEMBER 1903 • Spartanburg, Spartanburg, South Carolina, United States
BIRTH ABT 1823 • Spartanburg County, South Carolina
DEATH MAY 1863 • Spartanburg County, South Carolina
Abraham James Brown died on October 26, 1930, in Rochelle, Texas, when he was 88 years old and is buried with his Sarah and Son Ollie.