Josephine
Browning
Doughten


 

JOSEPHINE BROWNING DOUGHTEN


Philadelphia Inquirer - July 12, 1896
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Wilson W. Chew Jr. - William Joyce Sewell Jr. - William S. Doughten


Camden Courier-Post * June 23, 1933

MRS. DOUGHTEN DIES AT PENN ST. HOME 
Widow of Jersey Official Born in Camden 81 Years Ago

Mrs. Josephine Browning Doughten, member of an old prominent Camden family, died yesterday at her home at 327 Penn Street, where she had resided for 50 years. She was the widow of Isaac Doughten, who was deputy state comptroller of New Jersey for 20 years. He was a prominent club man. Mr. Doughten was appointed deputy state comptroller by the late State Comptroller J. Willard Morgan in 1903. 

Mrs. Doughten was born in Camden 81 years ago and was a lifelong resident in the vicinity of Fourth and Penn Streets. She was the daughter of the late Maurice Browning, wealthy dye manufacturer with a factory at the foot of Line Street

She is survived by five children­ William S. of Philadelphia, vice president of Stephen F. Whitman Company, chocolate manufacturers; Mrs. Alfred I. Cramer, Moorestown, widow of Dr. Cramer, eye specialist; Miss Alice Browning Doughten, Isaac, Jr., of Chestnut Hill, Pa., and Maurice Browning Doughten, Norristown, Pennsylvania.

Mrs. Doughten was a member of St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church, and the rector, Rev. R. E. Brestell, will conduct the services at the funeral home of Joseph H. Murray & Son, 408 Cooper Street, at 1.30 p. m. tomorrow. Burial will be in Colestown Cemetery.


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