|Browne, Adelaide V.||d. 29 Jul 1904||74 yrs. 10 mos.||R 11 S 187|
|Browne, Adeline||d. 27 Oct 1883||28 yrs.||R 90 S 79|
|Brown. Suddenly on October 27th, 1883, Ada, wife of Francis M. Brown of Bladensburg, and daughter of the late Thomas W. Webster, aged 28 years.|
|Browne, Rev. Charles||d. 15 Jul 1845||R 134 S 201|
"N","Rev. Charles Browne"," ","15 Jul 1845"," yrs. mos. days","Browne. On Tuesday evening last, after an illness of but few days' duration, the Rev. Charles Eden Browne, a member of the Baltimore Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, appointed in March last to the charge of the Washington City Mission.
The deceased was in his thirtieth year, and has left behind him an extensive circle of acquaintance, both in and out of the city, who no doubt loved him, and to whom it will be a source of consolation to have the information that he died the death of the Christian. One among his last expressions was "To die is gain;" so that while his loss to the society on earth may be mourned it is matter of rejoicing that his spirit is happy with the blessed in heaven.
|Browne, Elizabeth M.||d. 13 Oct 1959||82 yrs.||R 81 S 387|
|Browne, Elizabeth (nee Miller). On Tuesday, October 13, 1959, at her residence, 1108 Dryden st., Silver Spring, Md., Elizabeth Browne (nee Miller), beloved wife of the late Elmer A. Browne; daughter of the late Wilson P., and Mary Frances Miller; sister of Mrs. Mary M. Gardner. Services at the S.H. Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. nw. (parking facilities), on Thursday, October 15, at 1 p.m. Interment Congressional Cemetery.|
|Browne, Francis Sharp||d. 17 Dec 1963||82 yrs.||R 71 S 216|
Browne, Francis Sharp. On Tuesday, December 17, 1963, at his residence, 1501 Farragut st. n.w., Francis Sharp Browne, the beloved husband of Mrs. Effie Browne. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home, 4th st. and Mass. Ave. n.e., where services will be held on Thursday, December 19, at 1 p.m. Interment Congressional Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family requests contributions be made to the Chapel Fund of Calvary Baptist Church, 8th and H sts. n.w.
|Browne, Ollie Curtie||d. 25 Mar 1941||71 yrs.||R 19 S 196|
|Browne, Ollie Curtie. On Tuesday, March 25, 1941, at her residence 1807 A st. s.e., in her 72nd year, Ollie Curtie Browne, the beloved mother of Mrs. Edith P. Landvoit and sister of William H. and George T.B. Boyd and Mrs. William Huth. Remains resting at the above residence. Funeral services will be held at the Lee funeral home, 4th st. and Mass. Ave. n.e., n Friday, March 28, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Congressional Cemetery.|