Grave in Brown County, Texas

John C. Bernay

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Birth: 1853
Death: 1926

Burial:
Greenleaf Cemetery
Brownwood
Brown County
Texas, USA

Maintained by: PVGS Greenleaf
Originally Created by: Johnny Egger
Record added: Feb 05, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13234496

John C. Bernay
Added by: Terry Teague

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Added: Oct. 24, 2014

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Brown County, near the geographic center of Texas, is bordered on the north by Eastland County, on the west by Coleman County, on the south by McCulloch and San Saba counties, and on the east by Comanche and Mills counties. The county is named for Capt. Henry Stevenson Brown, a company commander in the battle of Velasco, a delegate to the Convention of 1832, and one of the first Anglo-Americans in the area. Read the history of Brown County.

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