Harry Napolean Brown
Brown - Harry Napolean, 75 of Rt. 1, Dayton, Tenn., died
Saturday in a Dayton hospital. Mr. Brown was the son of the late Richard Brown
and Nancy Livingston Brown and was born in st. Elmo, where he lived most of his
life, until he retired in 1970, and moved to Dayton. He was a member of the
Thankful Memorial Episcopal Church and was a pattern maker in Chattanooga for
over 50 years with the Wheland Co. Mascot Stove and U.S. Pipe. surviving are one
daughter, Mrs. James T. McClure of Dayton; two, Anderson Brown of Chattanooga,
and Evan William Brown of Hixson; three grandchildren, four great-grandchildren
and several nieces and nephews. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the
Thankful Memorial Episcopal Church, with Rev. William S. Moore officiating.
Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Cecil Housely, Willard
Travis, Todd Ettien, Jim Wright, Jack Bryden and Otto Boehm. The body is at the
Chattanooga Funeral Home, West Chapel, 1724 McCallie Ave.
The Chattanooga Times, May 28, 1979
Submitted by Claudia O'Leary