Arthur Winton Brown
Major General, United States Army
of Michael T. Stein:
Major General Arthur Winston Brown
Second Lieutenant 1899
Corporal & Sergeant, Battery A, Utah Artillery
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.
Major General Arthur W. Brown, Judge Advocate General of the Army from 1 December 1933 to 30 November 1937.
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