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Birth:
18 Mar 1932 1
England, Lonoke County, Arkansas 1
Death:
10 Feb 1989 1
Haywood, Alameda County, California 1
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Full Name:
Louis Brown 1
Birth:
18 Mar 1932 1
England, Lonoke County, Arkansas 1
Male 1
Death:
10 Feb 1989 1
Haywood, Alameda County, California 1
Cause: Heart Attack 1
Burial:
Burial Date: 16 Feb 1989 1
Burial Place: Oakland Cem, North Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas 1
Physical Description:
Height: 5ft. 8 in. 1
Weight/Build: medium 1
Eye Color: Blue 1
Hair Color: Black 1
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Birth:
Mother: Ethel Dollar 1
Father: Harvey C. Brown 1
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Occupation:
Welder 1
Race or Ethnicity:
Native American/White 1
Employment:
Position: Welder 1
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Sponser 1
Military:
Navy (1952-1959) 1

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Louis Brown

On January 11, 1952, he joined the Navy, he was first stationed at NAVTRANCES,SDiego, CA.
He served on USS Norton and the USS Salisbury
He received an Honorable Discharge on October 7, 1959.
Louis Brown was BM3 in Navy Korea.
He received China Service Medal and National Defense Service Medal.

Louis Brown

My Dad loved to fish and he taught me how. One summer, probably in the mid seventies, we went fishing every weekend to the Arkansas river. We would go to the bait shop buy worms and crickets. I eventually learned how to put them on my hook. There is one fond memory of my dad, my cousin and myself fishing and my dad caught something big. It seemed like hours before he landed a hugh Bass. I remember that we took it and showed it to the bait shop owner and he thought it could have been one of the biggest caught that year. I don't remember how much the Bass weighed but I do remember a picture the bait shop owner took. My dad didn't want to be in the picture so my cousin and I was. The bait shop owner said he was going to send it into a fishing magazine, if it was I don't know. I would love to have that picture. I have since then passed my little knowledge of fishing to my own son.

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