Brow, Godfrey (Pat) Pat (December 3, 1886 - June 28, 1956)
Brow Services Conducted Mon.
Unknown - July 5, 1956Funeral services were conducted Monday at 2:00 p.m. at Stark's Chapel for Pat Brow, with Rev. Clyde Thompson officiating.
Mr. Brow passed away at Memorial hospital after suffering a stroke at his ranch home.
Godfrey P. Brow was born Dec. 3, 1886 at Grosse Isle, Mich., the son of George and Bridget Brow. Later he moved to Lake Steven, Wash. and there he was united in marriage to Lillian McDonald.
He and his wife moved to Converse County in 1909 where they filed on a homestead.
He is survived by his wife, five daughters, Mrs. Mammie Collins and Mrs. Wanda Collins of Lander, Mrs. Alma Tole of Salem, Ill., Mrs. Eva Hart of Casper, Mrs. Sam Amspoker of Douglas, three sons; Stanley of Anchorage, Alaska, Donald of Douglas and Tom of Lincoln, Nebraska. He was preceded in death by one daughter.
Services Held for Pat Brow on
Unknown - July 5, 1956Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2:00 at Stark's chapel for Godfrey P.(Pat) Brow, 69, who died in Memorial hospital June 28. The Rev. Clyde Thompson officiated and interment was in Douglas Park cemetery.
Mr. Brow suffered a severe stroke at his ranch home June 23 and was brought to the hospital where a second stroke caused his death Thursday.
Godfrey P. Brow was born Dec. 3, 1886 at Grosse Isle, Mich., the son of George and Bridget Brow. He later moved to Lake Stevens, Wash., where on Nov. 21, 1906 he was united in marriage with Lillian M. McDonald.
In 1909 the couple moved to Converse county filing on a homestead southwest of Douglas. Mr. Brow was a sawmill operator for many years and was also engaged in ranching. Surviving are his wife and eight children; Mrs. Eva Hart of Casper, Mrs. Mamie Collins and Mrs. Wanda Collins of Lander, Mrs. Alma Tole of Salem, Ill., and Mrs. Patty Amspoker of Douglas; Stanley Brow of Anchorage, Alaska, Tom of Lincoln and Donald of Douglas; 23 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. One daughter preceded him in death.
All of the children were here to attend the funeral.
Pallbearers were Ed Raeher, Otto Bolln, H.J. Falkenburg, Floyd Turner, Tom Cook and Ward Heflin.