He was the son of James Lemuel and Delilah Victoria Ray Edwards. He was married to Janie Myrtle Bryson. L. F. Edwards died on April 15, 1936.
He was born in Greenville District, South carolina, and came to Georgia with his mother in the 1840's. He was married to Winny Hide and Jane Culthrap. He died in 1906.
The home of L. C. Brown was built in about 1909. It still stands on Bell Street in Hiawassie, Towns County, Georgia.
Lonnie Cicero Brown was the son of George Washington and Amanda Jane Russell Brown. He married Emma Elizabeth Miles on June 01, 1899, in White County, Georgia. He was a very well known man in the Hills of North Georgia as he owned and opperated the Hiawassie Orchards until his death on July 22, 1928, at his beautiful home on Bell Street.
This was made on at the dinner held for the "Bud" and "Lizzie" Brownlow on May 1, 1929. It was their 50th anniversary. All of their children are behind them in order of their birth.
She was born November 13, 1861, in Bartow County, Georgia, to James and Rhoda Collins Phillips. On May 1, 1879, she married James Madison Brownlow. She died on April 15, 1951.
She was the born in Laurens District, COuth Carolina, in 1802, to Thomas Jones ans Milly Turner. She married, in about 1820, Capt. John Gideon Austin. The eventually wound up in Bartow County, Georgia, in the 1860's where he died. She died sometime after 1880 while living with her daughter, Sarah Malinda Austin Coker.
Jane Ann Austin was the daughter of Capt. John Gideon Austin and Elizabeth Jones. She was born in Hall County, Georgia, in 1827. In 1847 she married James A. H. Brownlow in Forsyth County, Georgia. She died in Floyd County, Georgia, in 1909.
He was born April 22, 1824, in Pendleton District, South Carolina, to John A. and Susan Wimpy Brownlow. He married Jane Ann Austin on January 27, 1847, in Forsyth County, Georgia. He fought in the Civil War in Co. K., Floyd's Legion. He was also a Corporal in Wofford's Army of North Georgia. He died in Bartow County, Georgia, on June 8, 1900.
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