Simon Brown (Massachusetts)
|21st Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts|
|Preceded by||William C. Plunkett|
|Succeeded by||Henry W. Benchley|
November 29, 1802|
|Died||February 27, 1873
|Political party||Know Nothing|
Simon Brown (November 29, 1802 – February 27, 1873) was an American politician who served as the 21st Lieutenant Governor for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts from 1855 to 1856. He was then an at-large delegate to the 1856 Republican Convention in Philadelphia where he supported the nomination of John C. Fremont. Professionally, Brown was a printer and publisher, including of the New England Farmer, working in Boston. He died at Concord, Massachusetts of typhoid fever, in 1873.
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William C. Plunkett
|Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts
1855 – 1856
Henry W. Benchley
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