15th Vermont Infantry
Photographs and Family Information
Abraham Oliver Brown
Abraham Oliver Brown during the war
Bust in latter life
Picture of Abraham Oliver Brown, wife, and children taken December 1892
Identification: 10/2002 by Frances Brown Armstrong, daughter of Richard Baxter Brown
Standing (left to right): Alice, Percy, Hattie, Daniel, Anna, Seneca
Seated (left to right): George, Laura, Mary Caroline Bates Brown, Abraham Oliver Brown, Fred, Richard
Children of Abraham Oliver Brown
Name Birth Death Occupation Spouse George Oliver 4/19/1869 Cohasset MA 3/13/1950 Cashier, Northwestern Tel Minneapolis MN Sarah Ellen Christie Daniel Gould 5/20/1870 Cohasset MA 1/10/1949 Machinist, Plymouth Cordage Faustina Freeman Holmes Hattie Warren 12/29/1871 Duxbury MA 9/27/1898 Housewife Dr. J. Holbrook Shaw (Ophthalmologist) &
Plymouth Public School Physician
(father of OWBB)
7/6/1873 Duxbury MA 2/2/1937 Overseer, Plymouth Cordage;
Band & Glee Club Director
(born in Athol, MA)
Anna Hale 6/27/1875 Plymouth MA 2/9/1925 Housewife George Edgar Bailey (died 12/1963) Alice 4/21/1877 Plymouth MA 8/8/1966 Housewife & Organist Fred Avery Hall (Statistical Dept Head, Plymouth Cordage) Percy Lyle 7/18/1880 Plymouth MA 5/1/1957 Art Salesman (Boston MA) Bessie Winslow Davis Seneca Porter 11/4/1881 Plymouth MA 11/1/1939 Architect-Engineer, Fuller Construction, Boston MA Alice Crane (11/2/1880 - 4/22/1955) Fred Carleton 12/7/1885 Plymouth MA 2/19/1969 Asst Treas. Plymouth Federal Savings & Load; organist Edith Magee Laura Eliza 8/10/1887 Plymouth 8/1/1971 Music Director & Organist Remained single
Abraham Oliver Brown was a railroad conductor & Plymouth's first appointed letter carrier. He was born 3/3/1842 in Hanover, New Hampshire and died 9/7/1896. He married Mary Caroline Bates Brown, who was born 2/12/1849 in Cohasset MA and died 3/14/1914.
Note the following from Oliver Warren Bates Brown of 30 Vine Street, Winchester MA typed on March 18, 1980 " the above verified information on my preceding generation, Brown Family aunts & uncles, was obtained during the years 1979 & 1980 by Oliver W. B. Brown."
Credits: Robert Brown and Jeane Hunter Brown, of Massachusetts (contributed by David Brown, their nephew).
See also, Abraham's wartime diary.