From Jessica Homan: Hiding on the south west corner of Range Road 84 and Township Road 404 on private property. The flu epidemic of 1919 was a real tragedy for the Albert and Mina Brown family. They lost four of their children in a matter of a few days, Robert, Elsie, Allen and Beulah. Albert Brown was also buried there when he passed in 1937. (Source: Memories and Milestones 1905-2005; Amisk - Hughenden - Rosyth - A History)
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|BROWN, Allan Andrew ? - 1919|
|BROWN, Beulah Mable ? - 1919|
|BROWN, Elsie Cathleen ? - 1919|
|BROWN, Robert Aberdeen ? - 1919|
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