Warren W. Brown is a well known business man and substantial citizen of Salem, where he is connected with the
Victor Stove Company as secretary and treasurer. He was born in Butler Township, Columbiana County, Dec. 22, 1884,
and is the son of Edwin J. and Flora I. (Lovejoy) Brown.
Edwin J. Brown is a native of Butler Township, born in September, 1860. He is a carpenter by trade and since 1902
has resided in Salem. His wife, who was born in New Hampshire in 1861, died in 1922. They had two children: Mrs.
Pearl Bennett, lives in Butler Township, and Warren W., the subject of this sketch.
Warren W. Brown received his education in the schools of Butler Township and attended business college in Salem.
He began his business career as a bookkeeper for the Victor Stove Company and since 1918 has served as secretary
and treasurer. On April 21, 1909, Mr. Brown was united in marriage with Miss Mary W. Moore, the daughter of John
C. and Willamina (Randels) Moore, residents of Alliance, Ohio. Before her marriage Mrs. Brown taught school for
five years in Butler Township. To Mr. and Mrs. Brown two children have been born: Lowell H., born in 1910, a student
at Salem High School; and Verna Louise, born in 1918.
Mr. Brown is a member of the Christian Church, the Masonic Lodge, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, and is president
of the Kiwanis Club. He is a Republican.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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