Rev. G.H. Brown
United Pentecostal Church International
Deceased ~ 1965
G.H. Brown was a well-known minister of the United Pentecostal Church. He first heard the gospel in Benis, Tennessee, when only 17 years od age. He was later filled with the Holy Ghost during a tent revival conducted in Bemis by Brother B.H. Hite.
He worked in the church there for a while, and then moved to Jackson, where he assisted the pastor. On June 10, 1922, he was united in marriage to Carrie Rodgers. He went to Little Rock on October 17, 1922, where he worked with brother R.G. Cook. When Cook resigned the pastorate, Brother Brown continued to take care of the church.
Later Brother Stallones took charge of the church. Brother Brown worked with him, until Brother Stallones left for other fields of labor. Brother Brown continued as pastor of the church until his death.
He was an outstanding official in the United Pentecostal Church and in its predecessors. He served for 28 years as District Superintendent in Arkansas, and for 10 years as Chaorman of the Board of Christian Education.
G.H. Brown passed from this world on February 9, 1965 in Little Rock, Arkansas.