Brownie the Town Dog Grave and Memorial

Brownie the Town Dog Grave and Memorial

Brownie the Town Dog Grave and Memorial
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Jason B Sad
Conway, NH19 contributions
Dec 2021
We read Brownie's story and wanted to see his grave. Unfortunately, Riverfront Park is under reconstruction and it wasn't possible to walk up to the grave. However, if you walk a little way down Orange Ave towards City Island, you will notice a small fenced in area in the construction zone, and if you look at it from the right angle you can glimpse his statue. Hopefully it will reopen once reconstruction is complete.
Written December 5, 2021
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BuffaloGryde
Buffalo626 contributions
Feb 2020
If you're a dog lover, then this is a story you will love. Back in the 1940-50s, Brownie was the town dog. Everyone knew and loved him. When he passed away they had a bronze plaque placed in "his" park with the history of him on it and theres also a cute little dog sculpture made of bushes. If you're traveling down Beach Street stop and check it out.
Written March 1, 2020
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Louis F
Altus, OK754 contributions
Aug 2020 • Solo
It’s a nice little memorial that any dog lover will appreciate. Brownie the town dog was beloved and I think this memorial shows the towns affection for Brownie.
Written August 1, 2020
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Beachiegal
47 contributions
Dec 2019
It is a nice area to walk around. If you are a dog lover, stop and take a moment. It is a sweet memorial sight!
Written January 3, 2020
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Pupperquinn
Madison, WI9 contributions
May 2018 • Couples
We stumbled across Brownie's story a couple of years ago while on vacation. When we learned that there was to be a memorial put in place with a fabulous bronze statue, we just had to come back! (all the way from Wisconsin, mind you) We've been following Brownie's story and finally made it back to see the memorial. There is so much history to see in the area, and we came back once more before our week was up to see Brownie again and say "see you next time"! If you are a dog lover and have not heard of this beloved pet's story, please read up. It's worth the trip to historic downtown Daytona!
Written May 6, 2018
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Eddie J
9 contributions
Mar 2018 • Solo
Brownie the Town Dog of Daytona Beach died in 1954, but he remains a beloved part of Daytona Beach history. Brownie was a stray dog who the city of Daytona Beach fell in love with. He was written about in national publications, became a popular tourist attraction, had his own bank account and when he died had a huge funeral and his eulogy was given by the mayor.

Today, you can visit his grave and memorial. It's a wonderful site to reflect on the role our pets play in our lives and an interesting glimpse into the history of Daytona Beach's downtown. While there visit the Halifax Historical Museum (this is housed in the Bank building that housed Brownie's bank account in the 40s and 50s), and all the historic shops on Beach Street.
Written March 4, 2018
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Judy L
Cookeville, TN1,130 contributions
Oct 2021
We looked all over for Brownie's grave. It appeared there was construction right where his burial site should have been.
Written October 25, 2021
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