T. Park Brown

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1879

     Trenor P. Brown also known as T. Park Brown was born in Vermont on 11/17/1872.   According to the 1880 census Trenor was 7 years old as of this census.  

His parents, Lorenzo R. Brown, was a farmer born in NY.
Marietta M. Brown, his mother was keeping house also born in VT., originally from Shaftsbury.
     
     I searched The Bennington Banner and found a few references to Trenor P. Brown, even found one where he was applying for a dog licence in October 1921.

Trenors home was located at 148 Mechanic Street in Bennington, where he worked as a Gardner.
     
     Here are some other mentions of T. Park Brown:
The Bennington evening banner. January 18, 1913, Image 8

The Bennington evening banner.  October 07, 1921, Section 2, Page nine, Image 9

The Bennington banner.  December 26, 1889, Image 2      

     Trenor P. Brown is buried in Grandview Cemetery Shaftsbury Vermont. Trenor passed in 1956, he was 84 years old..

     While researching T. Park Brown, I was only finding references to Trenor P. Brown....It was not until I found a copy of his U.S. World War One Draft Registration Card that I saw him registered as Trenor Park Brown.

Trenor Park Brown's Draft Registration Card, signed with his full name.

1880 census showing Trenor P. Brown, 7 years old living in Bennington.

Census records in order 1880, 1920, 1930, 1940.

Brown family photo's. First photo 1889 / second much later.