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ALLCORN, WM.
J. C. Allcorn has received a message from Georgia announcing the death of his brother, Wm. Allcorn, which occurred there recently. The deceased was 70 years old, and one of the most substantial and highly respected citizens of his section of the state. He died with pneumonia. [Daily Bulletin (Brownwood, TX ) Wednesday, April 14, 1909 - MZ, Sub by FoFG]

ANDERSON, ROBERTY BOYKIN
Robert Boykin Anderson died at his home on the corner of Penn and Hall streets last night at 11 oclock . He had been ill two weeks with influenza. He was born in Eastland county Sept. 14, 1892, and was 26 years old. He is survived by a wife and two children, a brother, who is also very ill, and his parents who live at Rising Star. He had been in the employ of the Brownwood Foundry and Machine Co., for some time prior to his death. He was a member of the M.A.W. and had many friends in Brownwood and the surrounding country. His remains will be shipped tonight to Rising Star for internment.  [Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, TX) Monday, November 4, 1918 - MZ, Sub by FoFG]

BROTHERS, S. D.
Final Rites Held for S. D. Brothers At Baptist Church
Funeral services for S. D. Brothers, 64, were held Monday, January 28, at the First Baptist church, Levelland, with Rev. Franklin E. Swanner, pastor, officiating.  His death earlier that day was caused from a heart disease.
      A native of Brown county, Brothers had lived in Levelland for 19 years.  He was formerly caretaker at the local school and had been in bad health for several years.
      Survivors include his wife, and one daughter, Mrs. J. B. Shannon of Kermit, and two grandsons.
      Five sisters and four brothers also survive.  They are W. A. Brothers and Mrs. C. J. Lamb, Levelland; C. C. Brothers, Patricia; J. L. brothers O'Brien; Mrs. N. D. Allgood, Phoenix, Ariz; Miss Mattie brothers and Mrs. R. M. Butchee, Amarillo; Mrs. O. H. Willis, Melrose, N. M.; and M. A. Brothers, Albany.
      All the survivors except Mrs. Allgood were in Levelland at the time of his death.  Other out-of-town relatives attending the funeral were two aunts, Mrs. John Whitaker and Mrs. C. B. Collier of Midland.
      Serving as pallbearers were Guy Lowrey, Otto Bentley, Bill Blakely, L. A. Robertson, Lefty Martin and Roy Riley.  Plains Funeral Home directed burial in the Levelland cemetery. (The Sun-News, Levelland, Tex, Feb 11, 1946 - vm)

CROSS, GEORGE
Brownwood, Tex, July 9 - George Cross, ex-city marshal of Brownwood, died at his home in this city Friday night. The cause of his death was blood poison. While handling a piece of ice he cut his hand and blood poison set in, causing his death in a few days. (The Town Talk, Alexandria, Louisiana, Jul 9, 1901 - vm)

DUDLEY, MRS. W. H.
Mrs. W. H. Dudley, one of our oldest and most esteemed citizens, died last Friday after a brief illness with something like bilious cramp colic.  "Brother Dudley" and his wife have lived in our city for many years and both have a host of warm friends who deeply sympathize with the disconsolate husband in his deep affliction. Besides her husband, Mrs. Dudley left two children and a host of warm friends to mourn her death, to whom The Bulletin extends warmest sympathy (Brownwood Bulletin, Brownwood, Tex, June 21, 1894 - vm)

FISK, WILLIAM A.
Funeral rites for William A (Gus) Fisk, 74, will be held at 10 a.m. today in Blackburn-Shaw memorial Chapel, with Dr. Eugene Slater, minister of Polk Street Methodist Church, officiating. Named as pallbearers are Dr. Bob Younger, Murl McCasland, Henry Funk, H. J. Farwell, H. L. Clevenger, Pete Hackley, Wayne Carlton and Byron Peters.
     Burial will be in Llano Cemetery.
     The body will lie in state at the funeral home until 9 a.m. The casket will not be opened at the service.
     Mr. Fisk, former branch manager her for the International Harvester Company, died Sunday at 5:30 a.m. in St. Anthony's Hospital.
     He was a member of Polk Street Methodist Church. Mr. Fisk was born Feb. 21, 1883, in Brownwood, Tex., and came to Amarillo in 1918. He retired from the International Harvester Company in 1946.
     Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Irene Fisk, of the home address; two daughters, Mrs. R. D. Gamblin, Amarillo, and Mrs. George W. Dorman, Dallas; two sisters, Mrs. Helen Daville, Fort Worth, and Mrs. W. J. Sadler, Los Angeles, and five grandchildren.   [Stone in Llano Cemetery, Potter County, Texas: William Augustus Fisk, Feb. 21, 1883-Jan. 5, 1958; same marker as Irene Deaver Fisk]  (Source: newspaper unknown, Jan. 1958, transcribed by Sue P Carpenter)

FITZGERALD, Mrs. T. C.
Mrs. T. C. Fitzgerald died Saturday afternoon at 3:30 at her home in Bangs. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock by Rev. Joe Nations. Mrs. Fitzgerald is an early settler in the Bangs community. She leaves a husband, five daughters, one son, a mother, three sisters and two brothers. [Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, TX) Monday, November 4, 1918 - MZ, Sub by FoFG]

HARRIS, Son of W. R.
Brownwood Boy Is Burned to Death
Brownwood, Tex., Dec. 6 – The little 2-year-old son of W. R. Harris was burned to death here today while playing with his sister near a fireplace.  The mother was away from home and neighbors reached the child too late to save him. (The Daily Express, San Antonio, Tex., Vol. 45, No. 341, Ed. 1, Dec. 7, 1910 – vm)

JOHNSTON, MAGGIE
Obituary
Little Maggie, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James Johnston, died Jan. 19, 1895, of inflammation of the brain and whooping cough.
    Her death was very sudden, being sick only two days, and was quite a shock to many friends.
   Though not quite seven years old she had the ways of a little woman. Delighted to please her friends and playmates, she always enjoyed helping mother to perform her work more than to play. She was affectionate, kind and sympathetic, winning the love of all who knew her.
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    Although a child in years, she was a mature Christian. Her heart knew no guile.  She enjoyed family worship.  The night before her death, she reminded her mother that she had forgotten to say her prayers the previous night, and then proceeded in a clear voice to repeat "The Lord's Prayer' and closed with that familiar little prayer, "Now I lay me down to sleep, etc."  She certainly was one of those of whom Christ says, "Of such is the kingdom of heaven."
    Her devotion to her papa was very great.  No sacrifice she could make for him was too great.  Anything she could do for him was done with the greatest alacrity and delight.
    The following selected lines from a scrap-book, and recited by her papa's request to a company of friends assembled at her home previous to her death, are appropriate to her, entitled, "Love's Sacrifice"……..(Brownwood Bulletin, Brownwood, Tex, Jan 31, 1895)

KNIGHT, WILLIAM F.
KNIGHT-Brownwood, Tex., July 14.-William F. Knight, who died at stop 6 of the Fort Worth & Dallas lnterurban on last Monday was one of Brownwood's oldest business men, coming here when the town was very small and remaining here until a few years ago, when he moved to Fort Worth. He is survived by his wife, two daughters and four sons. The daugters are Mrs. R B. Durham of Fort Worth and Mrs. T. L. Lawrence of San Antonio. George C. Knight, John L Knight of Sweetwater, Frank Knight of Brownwood and Harry Knight of Henrietta are the sons.  [Galveston Daily News, 15 Jul 1909; BZ, Sub. by FoFG]

LEE, ANNIE McDONOUGH
Little Annie McDonough Lee died Saturday night at Thrifty, following an attack of influenza. She was born February 15, 1851 , in Washington county, Arkansas . Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at Rockey. [Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, TX) Monday, November 4, 1918 - MZ, Sub by FoFG]

LEWIS, JEWEL ELMER
J.E. Lewis, 71, Funeral for J.E. (Jewel Elmer) Lewis, 70, of 2515 Vincent St. will be at 2:30 p.m. today in Davis Morris Funeral Home with the Rev. George Slayton Officiating. Burial will be in Eastlawn Memorial Park. Mr Lewis died at 2:15 p.m. Friday following a brief illness.  Born Nov 13, 1897 in Red River County, he was a retired engineer for the Santa Fe Railroad. A Baptist, he lived 40 years in Brownwood and was a member of the brotherhood of Locomotive engineers. He was married to Eva May Murphy at Dallas Dec 2, 1917.  Survivors included his wife: two daughters Mrs Faye Griffin and Mrs Lucille Young both of Dallas; three sisters, Mrs Viola Barry, Mrs Lonnie Gryder, Mrs Rada Jones all of Dallas; one brother B.W. Lewis of Arkansas; and three grandchildren.  [Death 30 Aug 1968; Brownwood Bulletin, Submitted  by Mary Lafferty Wilson]

MAYES, MRS. JESSIE
Brownwood, Tex., May 13 - Mrs. Jessie Mayes, wife of Mr. Will H. Mayes, editor and proprietor of the Banner-Bulletin, died yesterday and was buried today in Greenleaf cemetery. (Arkansas Democrat, Little Rock, Ark., May 15, 1899 - vm)

PLUMMER, GEORGE
May Man Dies in Auto Accident
BROWNWOOD, (AP)--George Plummer, 63, of May, Tex., died yesterday when he lost control of his automobile and it skidded off rain-slick U. S. Highway 183. 
     Another occupant of the car, Billy Driskell of Cross Plains, was thrown from the car, but suffered only minor injuries. (Source: newspaper unknown, Oct. 1958, transcribed by Camellia)

RUPE, MARY HELEN
Died, on Blanket creek, Brown county, September 14th, Mary Helen, youngest daughter of D. M. and M. A. Rupe; aged eight years and nine months. A child of unusual promise, bright and affectionate, the pride of her fond parents. She ahs gone but to form another link between earth and heaven, to await that reunion beyond the river where death, and partings are unknown. Rockport Transcript and Goliad Guard please copy. (The Comanche Chief, Comanche, Tex, Sept 23, 1882 – vm)

SEISEL, Mrs.
Death by Fire
Thursday last at noon a German family from the Panhandle moved into a house on Mr. Brewer's farm, about eight miles west of town.  The lady began preparations for dinner and in making the fire used the dreaded oil can.  The oil exploded and her dress caught on fire.  Before any assistance came she was burned fearfully, the lower part of her body being almost crisped.  Drs. Snyder of this city were summoned but they could do nothing except ease her pain a little.  Friday morning she died.  This is a sad blow to the family who had looked forward to many days of happiness in their new home.  May the blessings of God rest upon the family, comforting them in the sad affliction.  Mrs. Seisel was the lady's name. (Brownwood Bulletin, Brownwood, Tex, July 26, 1894 - vm)

TRENT, DANIEL H.
Pioneer Ranchman Dies at Goldthwaite
Goldthwaite, Texas, Nov 22 - Daniel H. Trent, 88, died at his residence here yesterday morning, after an illness of several months.  He had formerly lived in San Saba and Llano counties, but had resided in Mills county for more than forty years.
     Trent was a pioneer ranchman of Fisher county, a pioneer banker of Brown county, and a pioneer banker and cattleman of Mills county.  He established the first bank of Mills county.
     He is survived by his wife, three sons, w. H. Trent, and D. Albert Trent, of Goldthwaite and Howard Trent of El Paso; and three daughters, Mrs. W. H. Thompson of Brownwood, Mrs. F. H. Lindsey and Mrs. Ida B. Robinson of El Paso, Goldthwaite Lodge No 694, A. F. & A. M. will conduct funeral services Wednesday. (Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Fort Worth, Tex, Nov 22, 1921 - vm)

WHIDDEN, CHARLES
Brownwood, Tex, Jan. 9 - A Santa Fe railway conductor, thirty years old, named Charles Whidden, while lying in bed in the caboose of his freight train was shot, dying in a few hours. Cecil Keble, a clerk in the Santa Fe store rooms at Temple, gave himself up.
      Keble reached here from temple, inquired for Whidden and was directed to the caboose. He knocked on the door and when Whidden answered he was told that Keble had a note for him. As Keble entered the caboose Whidden struck a --- by its light Keble commenced firing at him with an automatic revolver, four bullets finding their mark. 
      Whidden was taken to Temple, dying shortly in a dying statement Whidden declared his assailant go the wrong man and that he scarcely knew him.
      It is a case of the "unwritten law." All parties are prominent Whidden leaves a widow and child. Keble is unmarried.
      Dead man resided at San Angelo. A telegram was sent his wife and she at once left for Temple. (The Arlington Journal, Arlington, Tex, Jan 14, 1910 - vm)
 

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Richard “Ricky” Hathcock Jr., 41, of Brownwood

Richard “Ricky” Hathcock Jr., age 41, of Brownwood passed away Tuesday, October 19, 2021. Celebration of Life for Richard will be held Saturday, October 30, 2021, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at Blaylock Funeral Home; private interment will be held at a later date. Arrangements are under the direction of Blaylock Funeral Home of Brownwood.

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David ‘Skinny’ Allen Pruitt

David “Skinny” Allen Pruitt, age 61, of Brownwood passed away Friday, October 15, 2021. David was born in Hobbs, New Mexico on April 26, 1960, to Gail Terry Pruitt and Polly Sue (Justice) Pruitt, he and his siblings were placed under the legal guardianship of his step-grandfather and grandmother, William H. “Skinny” Pruitt and Rena Mae (Rhodes) Pruitt shortly before his second birthday. To David and his siblings, this change was a priceless gift. It was there that he developed his love for the outdoors and a grudging respect for work. It was soon after Skinny died in 1988 that David borrowed the appellation “Skinny” royalty-free.

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Micah Carnley

Funeral services for Micah Keelan Carnley, age 22, of Cisco, will be held at 2:30 PM, Saturday, October 23, 2021, in the Heartland Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will follow in the Rising Star Heritage Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Friday evening from 6:00 until 8:00.

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Patrick Wayne Brewer, 40, of Brownwood

Patrick Wayne Brewer, age 40, of Brownwood passed away Thursday, September 9, 2021, in Indiana. Celebration of Life Services for Patrick will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, October 23, 2021, at Blaylock Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Ernest Kirk officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Blaylock Funeral Home of Brownwood.

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Robert Stanfield, 60, of Brownwood

A Graveside Service for Robert Stanfield, 60, of Brownwood, Texas will be held Saturday, October 23, 2021 at 2:00 pm at Santa Anna Cemetery. Services by Brownwood Funeral Home.

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David “Skinny” Pruitt, 61, of Brownwood

David “Skinny” Pruitt, age 61, of Brownwood passed away Friday, October 15, 2021. A visitation for Skinny will be held Friday, October 22, 2021, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Blaylock Funeral Home. Private family interment will be held at a later date. Arrangements are under the direction of Blaylock...

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Richard ‘Ricky’ Hathcock Jr.

Richard “Ricky” Hathcock Jr., age 41, of Brownwood passed away Tuesday, October 19, 2021. Celebration of Life for Richard will be held Saturday, October 30, 2021, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at Blaylock Funeral Home; private interment will be held at a later date. Arrangements are under the direction of Blaylock Funeral Home of Brownwood.

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Patty Davis

Patty Davis, age 67, of Rising Star passed away Monday, October 18, 2021. A visitation will be held from 6 to 8 P.M. Friday, October 22 at Heartland Funeral Home. A graveside service will be held the following Saturday, October 30th at 2 P.M. at Turnersville Cemetery in Coryell County.

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Shirley Lynn Cooley, 72 of Brownwood,

Shirley Lynn Cooley, age 72 of Brownwood, Texas passed away Sunday, October 16, 2021, at Hendrick Medical Center in Abilene. Funeral services will be held 11:00 AM, Thursday, October 21, 2021, at Heritage Funeral Home Davis-Morris Chapel of Brownwood. Visitation will be held Wednesday 6-8 PM, October 20, 2021, at...

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Donald Tenola Eugene Roberson

Funeral service for Donald Tenola Eugene Roberson, 67, of Bangs, Texas is pending with Brownwood Funeral Home. He died on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, in Bangs, Texas.

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Patty Davis, 67, of Rising Star

Patty Davis, age 67, of Rising Star passed away Monday, September 18, 2021. A visitation will be held from 6 to 8 P.M. Friday, October 22. A graveside service will be held the following Saturday, October 30th at 2 P.M. at Turnersville Cemetery in Coryell County.

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Carolyn Sue Taylor

Carolyn Sue Taylor, age 76, of Bedford, Texas and formerly of Brownwood passed away at her home on Monday, October 18, 2021. She was born November 24, 1944, in Brownwood, Texas, the daughter of George E. and Sammie (Hamerick) O’Neal. She graduated from high school and later attained some college credits. She was married to Harry Taylor, whom she deeply loved, in Brownwood on February 12, 1966. He preceded her in death in 2014. She worked as a customer service representative for the air freight industry. She was of the Baptist faith and a member of Beta Sigma Phi sorority.

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Richard “Ricky” Hathcock, age 40, of Brownwood passed away Tuesday, October 19, 2021, at home. Services for Richard are pending with Blaylock Funeral Home of Brownwood.

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Tony Randall Holmes, 62, of Bangs

Tony Randall Holmes, age 62, of Bangs passed away Saturday, October 16, 2021. Celebration of Life for Tony will be held Friday, October 29, 2021, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at Blaylock Funeral Home Chapel. Private family interment will be held at a later date. Arrangements are under the direction...

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Edward Dwain Clark, 72 of Brownwood

Edward Dwain Clark, age 72 of Brownwood passed away September 26, 2021 at Temple VA Hospital. Services will be held at a later date and interment will be at Mukewater Cemetery. He was born May 27, 1949 in Brownwood, Texas the son of the late Jesse and Odessa Juance Walker...

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Carolyn Sue Taylor, 76, of Bedford

Carolyn Sue Taylor, age 76, of Bedford, Texas and formerly of Brownwood passed away at her home on Monday, October 18, 2021. She was born November 24, 1944, in Brownwood, Texas, the daughter of George E. and Sammie (Hamerick) O’Neal. She graduated from high school and later attained some college credits. She was married to Harry Taylor, whom she deeply loved, in Brownwood on February 12, 1966. He preceded her in death in 2014. She worked as a customer service representative for the air freight industry. She was of the Baptist faith and a member of Beta Sigma Phi sorority.

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David ‘Skinny’ Pruitt

David “Skinny” Pruitt, age 61, of Brownwood passed away Friday, October 15, 2021. A visitation for Skinny will be held Friday, October 22, 2021, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Blaylock Funeral Home. Private family interment will be held at a later date. Arrangements are under the direction of Blaylock Funeral Home of Brownwood.

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Shirley Lynn Cooley

Shirley Lynn Cooley, age 72 of Brownwood, Texas passed away Sunday, October 16, 2021, at Hendrick Medical Center in Abilene. Funeral services will be held 11:00 AM, Thursday, October 21, 2021, at Heritage Funeral Home Davis-Morris Chapel of Brownwood. Visitation will be held Wednesday 6-8 PM, October 20, 2021, at Heritage Funeral Home Davis-Morris Chapel of Brownwood. Interment will follow at 4:30 PM, Thursday at Snyder Cemetery in Snyder, Texas. Pastor Joyce Eilers will officiate.

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Brownwood / Brown County COVID-19 Centralized Information Center

On August 11, 2020, the Brownwood/Brown County Health Department received 6 positive COVID-19 test results, 6 negatives, 13 recoveries, and 1 death.

There are currently 95 active cases, of which 4 are hospitalized. The new positives include 4 PCR tests and 2 antigen test. The total positive PCR tests for Brown County is 402.  The total positive antigen/antibody test is now 87.

Please note we will not be reporting pending case counts. With an increase in the use of rapid tests (antigen) results are almost immediate which does not require a “pending” category. When results are near-instant, cases received are often more than the previous pending count, often causing confusion from readers. The Brownwood/Brown County Health Department is also not notified of all testing being done, which does not allow an accurate count of the true pending cases.

The current totals for COVID-19 testing in Brown County are below:

     3442    Tested
     2938     Negative
        489     Positive Cases (PCR Tests)
           87     Positive Antigen/Antibody
           13     Recovered
           95     Active Cases
           25     Deaths

Updated 8/11/2020 at 5:00 pm
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