W. S. Brown Sabine Parish, Louisiana
Few men have spent a more extended
and useful life as a citizen of the parish than W. Scott Brown.
He was born in 1848 and spent his
entire life in Sabine parish. His parents were pioneers of Ward
Two, where some of the earliest settlers of this section of the
Mr. Brown has served his parish and
ward in various official capacities for many years, as may be
seen by reference to the annals of the parish government. He was
an up, right and conscientious citizen and commanded the respect
of all who knew him. Mr. Brown was engaged in the mercantile
business for many years and a few months ago opened a store at
While these memoirs were being
printed Mr. Brown died at the home of his son, Mr. Edward Brown,
in Ward Two.
Source: History of Sabine Parish,
Louisiana, by John G. Belisle, Sabine Banner Press, 1913.