Jury Y. Brown

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J. Y. Brown

Electoral District City at-large
Term Start September 1, 1922
Term End August 31, 1924
Preceded by (new council, 1922 election)
Succeeded by J. Y. Brown

Electoral District City at-large
Term Start September 1, 1924
Term End August 31, 1926
Preceded by J. Y. Brown
Succeeded by J. Y. Brown

Electoral District City at-large
Term Start September 1, 1926
Term End August 31, 1928
Preceded by J. Y. Brown
Succeeded by (new council, 1928 election)

Electoral District Election by and from the council
Term Start September 1, 1926
Term End August 31, 1928
Preceded by J. Y. Brown
Succeeded by J. Y. Brown (new council, 1928 election)

Biographical Information

Date of birth February 7, 1866
Date of death March 20, 1942
Place of birth Castleton, Rappahannock County, Virginia
Place of death 409 Ridge Street, Charlottesville, Virginia
Spouse Julia McPherson Adams
Children Elizabeth Brown Morgan (1898–1988)
Robert Adams Brown (1899–1962)
Lucy Webb Brown Rothwell (1902–1993)
Lawrence
Lawrence Nelson Brown (1904–1983)
Jury Yates Brown, Jr. (1915–1996)
Profession Businessman (Brown Milling Company)
Religion Baptist

Jury Yates Brown (1866 – 1942), was a former member of the city council and for nearly 40 years a Charlottesville businessman.

His services with the city began in 1922. In all he served through two forms of government – the Modified Commission Form composed of a three member city council and with five members. Brown was one of three commissioners to serve under the new form of government, elected in 1922. Elected to the new city council composed of five members in the 1928 election.[1]


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