Smith Cemetery ~ Nancy G. Brown ~ part of the Polk County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
Brown, Nancy G.
LAST: Brown FIRST: Nancy MID: G.
BORN: 29 Dec 1843 DIED: 9 Oct 1924 BURIED: 12 Oct 1924 (Smith Cemetery)
BIRTH PLACE:  Johnson Co., Missouri
DEATH PLACE: Falls City, Polk Co., Oregon
1st MARRIAGE - Ferman Kenoyer & Nancy G. Haws [Hause] md 8 Jan 1863, Marion Co, Oregon
[Ferman Kenoyer died 13 Jan 1865 and is buried in the Hobson-Whitney cemetery east of Sublimity, Marion Co, Oregon]
2nd MARRIAGE - J. J. Brown & Mrs. Nancy G. Kenoyer md 13 May 1866, Marion Co, Oregon
1900 OR CENSUS - Nancy Brown (b Jan 1844, Missouri, mother of no children) enumerated with husband of 34 years John J. Brown (b Jan 1827, New York) and adopted son Wallace Brown (b June 1872, California)
Falls City – Mrs. Nancy Hause Brown passed away Thursday evening, October 9, 1924, at the home of her son, W. T. Brown, in this city. Funeral services were conducted at the Chapman-Henkle parlors in Dallas Sunday morning at 10 o’clock, and interment made in the Smith cemetery, near Lewisville, beside the body of Mr. Brown. Rev. Frank Cunningham of the local Christian church conducted the services. 
Mrs. Brown had been strong and well, despite her more than 80 years, until a few weeks before her death, when her health failed suddenly. She had been bedfast but a short time, gradually growing weaker until the end came. 
Deceased was born in Johnson Co., Missouri, January 12, 1844 and when a child of six came across the plains with her parents, who settled near Sublimity. Nancy Hause was married to Jay Brown, and they moved to Kings Valley, residing in that section and the Pedee country most of their married life. Mr. Brown passed away several years ago, and Mrs. Brown has made her home in Dallas for some time, coming to live with her son here about three months ago.
Besides her son, Wallace T. Brown, Mrs. Brown is survived by a brother, John Hause of White Swan, Wash., a sister, Mrs. Ed Snipes of Glenwood, Wash; and two nephews, Charles Short of Dallas, and John Short of Lebanon. Mrs. Brown lived a full, useful life and made many friends by her unselfish disposition. She had been a member of the United Brethren church since childhood. 
Polk County Observer (Thursday) 16 Oct 1924, 6:1
No marker
OSBH DC (Polk Co., 1924) #130
Marion Co, Oregon, Marriage Records
1900 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, ED 176, Luckiamute, FA#80)
PCO 16 Oct 1924, 6:1
ROW: 45-3