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Hugh B. Brown

Clergyman

Hugh B. Brown, American clergyman. Served to major Canadian Army, World War I.

Background

Brown, Hugh B. was born on October 24, 1883 in Granger, Utah, United States. Son of Homer Manley and Lydia J. (Brown) Brown.

Education

Student in public schools, Salt Lake City. Legal education and training, mil training, Alberta, Canada, Brigham Young University, University Utah.

Career

Britain, 1904-1906, officers training school, 1910-1914. President Latter Day Saints Stake, Lethbridge, Alberta, 1921-1927, Salt Lake City, 1928-1936. President British Mission, 1937-1940, 44-46.

Professor Brigham Young U., 1946-1950. Assistant Council of Twelve, 1953-1958. Ordained an apostle, 1958, member first presidency.

Former barrister, solicitor, Alberta, 1921-1927. Practice of law, Salt Lake City, 1927-1953. General manager Richland Oil Development Company of Canada, Ltd., 1950-1953.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Rational Faith, 1949. Eternal Quest, 1956

Membership

Served to major Canadian Army, World War I.

Connections

Married Zina Young Card, June 17, 1908. Children: Zina Lydia (Mistress Guardello Brown), Zola Grace (Mistress Waldo G. Hodson), LaJune (Mistress Jerry Hay), Mary Myrtice (Mistress Edwin R. Firmage), Hugh Card (deceased), Charles Manley, Margaret Alberta (Mistress Clinton Jorgensen), Carol Rae (Mistress George Sonntag).

father:
Homer Manley Brown

mother:
Lydia J. (Brown) Brown

spouse:
Zina Young Card

child:
Zina Lydia Brown (Mistress Guardello Brown)

child:
Zola Grace Brown (Mistress Waldo G. Hodson)

child:
LaJune Brown (Mistress Jerry Hay)

child:
Mary Myrtice Brown (Mistress Edwin R. Firmage)

child:
Hugh Card Brown (deceased)

child:
Charles Manley Brown

child:
Margaret Alberta Brown (Mistress Clinton Jorgensen)

child:
Carol Rae Brown (Mistress George Sonntag)