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This road by-passed Browntown and other smaller settlements began to thrive nearby.Also, by 1860, the railroad passed the town altogether and this allowed many to relocate and slowly the little town died. Wilson married Melfina Daniels and Martha died young.“I can’t believe this is happening for me,” Maye, 17, said Friday morning.Thirty one years ago, his father Mark said the same thing when he announced he would attend North Carolina to play football.

This bureau was built for Paris Horney by William Pickard of Browntown, which was founded in the year 1791.” Pickard was a well known cabinet maker in the area.Dating back to the late 19th century, the Fayetteville Road traveled on a more westerly route and if you were traveling in 1842, this road would have taken you to the crossroads of Salisbury Deep River Road and the center of Browntown, NC.To provide a detailed history of this small hometown, a bureau was located in 1928 in the possession of Dr. An inscription was written on the back of the piece stating the following; “Browntown, North Carolina, Davidson County, March the 13th in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty eight.This week, Hough High’s Luke Maye, one of the best high school basketball players in North Carolina, announced he would attend North Carolina and play for coach Roy Williams’ nationally ranked Tar Heels.

Maye, a 6-foot-8, 235-pound senior power forward, said it was a dream come true.

Many of the first settlers were buried in this location but are now lost forever. Years later, the land was sold to a local farmer who removed the headstones and plowed over the graves.