Major General Arthur Winston Brown
Born November 9, 1873 in Davenport, Iowa
Died January 3, 1958
Second Lieutenant 1899
Lieutenant Colonel (National Army) 1917
Colonel (National Army) 1919
Colonel, United States Army 1927
Major General, United States Army 1933
Corporal & Sergeant, Battery A, Utah Artillery 1898-99
The Judge Advocate General of the Army 1933-37
MAJOR GENERAL BROWN DEAD
Army Judge Advocate General From 1933 to 1937 Was 84
ST. PETERSBURG, Florida, January 6, 1958 – Major General Arthur W. Brown, Judge Advocate General of the United States Army from 1933 to 1937, died Friday night in a hospital here. He was 84 years old.
General Brown, who commanded a company of Scouts during the Philippine Insurrection, retired in 1937. He had lived in St. Petersburg for the past fourteen years.
A graduate of Cornell University Law School, he was appointed Major, Judge Advocate in 1916 and then Judge Advocate of the Seventy-Eighth Division at Fort Dix, New Jersey.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Jessie Emery Brown, and a son, Winton Brown, of Rochester, New York.
BROWN, ARTHUR WINTON
AR United States Army
- DATE OF BIRTH: 11/09/1873
- DATE OF DEATH: 01/03/1958
- BURIED AT: SECTION 2 SITE E-153-RH
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
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