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Lucius Henry Browne

Full Name: Lucius Henry Browne
Other surnames: Brown
Birth date: December 17, 1838
Death date: October 25, 1904

Terms of Service

  • Senate, 17th (1) (2) Legislature
    4/6/1882 - 1/9/1883
    Democrat
(1) No record of party affiliation. Assumed democrat due to affiliation in other sessions, service in the Confederate Army, convention attendance, or information included in biographical sketches. Legislative Reference Library .
(2) Lucas H. Brown, sworn 4/6/1882, succeeded Ellsberry R. Lane, resigned 2/1/1882. Members of the Texas Congress 1836-1845; Members of the Texas Legislature 1846-2004 2005.

Biographical Notes and Resources

Resolutions and Journal entries

Other Resources

  • Obituary, "Judge L.H. Browne Dead," 10/31/1904, p. 1. Mentions son J. L. Browne of Karnes City. Brownsville Herald .
  • Census of 1880 - Lucius H. Browne, Helena, Karnes County, age 41, born circa 1839 in Arkansas, lawyer, wife Alice. FamilySearch .
  • John Lucius Browne, birth date 9/11/1866, death date 11/19/1938, father Henry Lucius Browne. FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 .
  • Lucius Henry Browne, birth date 12/17/1838, death date 10/25/1904, burial in San Marcos Cemetery, Hays County. Find a Grave .
  • Obituary, "Judge Browne Dead: Funeral of Eminent Jurist Held in San Marcos by the Masons," 10/28/1904, p. 3. Born in Arkansas in 1838, elected to State Senate in 1882, settled in San Marcos 1885. Relatives: Lucias H. Browne - father, Hon. J.L. Browne of Karnes City - son. Galveston Daily News .
  • Lucas H. Brown. Members of the Texas Congress 1836-1845; Members of the Texas Legislature 1846-2004 2005.
  • Lucias Henry Browne, birth date 12/17/1838, death date 10/25/1904, Confederate Veteran, interment in San Marcos Cemetery, Hays County. RootsWeb.com Internet genealogical service .
  • 1st Lieutenant, Company I, 3rd Texas Infantry RootsWeb.com Internet genealogical service .
  • Lucas H. Brown biographical sketch, p. 285. Birth date 12/17/1837. The Texas Senate: Volume II, Civil War to the Eve of Reform, 1861-1889 1999.
  • "Though the freshman senators of the Seventeenth Legislature generally were Democrats . . . No fewer than eleven had fought for the Confederacy," [among them Browne, McLane, McDonald, and Davis,] p. 280. The Texas Senate: Volume II, Civil War to the Eve of Reform, 1861-1889 1999.
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