Biographical Encyclopedia of Texas Page: 113 of 372
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mother, whose maiden name was Elizabeth Ann of Texas, was lbori o tlhe M0th day of May, 1836,
Browsn was a native of Morgan county, Georgia, in Shelby county Tennerssee. When in his ninth'
and daughter of James N. Brown, a planter of tliit year lie wenA t witli hiis father to O'alveston, Texas,
county. Jamnes M. Pearson was brought tiup ini the and tlence to 1o()uston, wxlere lie now resides. He
county of his nativity. His education was liberal, obtainedi a genmerous literary elucIation, ini the best
and obtatined at Emory college and thIe University local sihliools of thoise cities, and in 1852, coninof
Alabama. In 1862 lie entered the Confederate iiienced reading law, first, under the supervision
army as a private soldier in company E, 30th Ala-of iHon. JaLmens W. Henderson; afterward, combamra
Infantry, and was in the service throughiout pleting his legal studies under thle instruction of
the war: being promoted, first, to third and then to Jones
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