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  Charles or Charlie Brown may refer to: Charles Francis Brown 365145 BEM
Charles F Brown, born 04/04/1909, served in the RAF from Enlistment 02/09/1924 and Service Commenced 04/04/1927 until Discharge on 11/04/1951.

Entertainment

  • Charles Brockden Brown (1771–1810), American novelist
  • Charles Farrar Browne (1834–1867), American humor writer known by his pen name Artemus Ward
  • Charles D. Brown (1887–1948), American stage and film actor
  • Charles E. Brown (photographer) (1896–1982), commercial aviation photographer
  • Charles Brown (musician) (1922–1999), blues singer
  • Charles N. Brown (1937–2009), founder of magazine Locus
  • Charles Brown (actor) (1946–2004), with Negro Ensemble Company
  • Charles Hopel Brown (born 1964), Jamaican writer
  • Charlie Brown (singer) (born 1986), British singer
  • Charlie Brown (DJ)
  • Charlie Brown Jr., a Brazilian rock band (1993–2013)
  • "Charlie Brown" (Coldplay song), a 2011 song from Coldplay's album Mylo Xyloto
  • "Charlie Brown" (The Coasters song), a 1959 hit song written by Leiber and Stoller
  • "Charlie Brown", a 2020 song by Beabadoobee from her album Fake It Flowers
  • "Charlie Brown", a 1974 song by Benito di Paula, famous outside Brazil by its 1975 cover by Two Man Sound
  • Charlie Brown, Peanuts character

Military

  • Charles Brown (Royal Navy officer) (c. 1678–1753), Royal Navy officer
  • Charles Brown (soldier) (1841–1919), American Civil War Medal of Honor recipient
  • Charles Brown (Medal of Honor) (1849–?), American 1871 Korean Expedition sailor and Medal of Honor recipient
  • Charles Henry Brown (1872–1917), New Zealand Army officer who served during World War I
  • Charles R. Brown (1899–1983), United States Navy four-star admiral
  • Charles Q. Brown Jr. (born 1962), Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force
  • Charlie Brown of the Charlie Brown and Franz Stigler incident, American World War II pilot

Politics

  • Charles Brown (congressman) (1797–1883), U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania
  • Charles Brown (New Zealand politician, born 1820) (1820–1901) from Taranaki
  • Charles Hunter Brown (1825–1898), New Zealand politician from Canterbury
  • Charles Elwood Brown (1834–1904), U.S. Representative from Ohio
  • Charles Brown (mayor) (1873–1943), mayor of Murray, Utah, 1906–1909
  • Charles Brown (Labour politician) (1884–1940), British Labour Party Member of Parliament for Mansfield, 1929–1940
  • Charles Brown (Australian politician) (1895–1970), Australian politician from Queensland
  • Charlie Brown (Georgia politician) (1903–1995), Atlanta politician for whom the airport Charlie Brown Field is named
  • Charles Henry Brown (Vermont politician) (1904–1959), Vermont lawyer and politician
  • Charles Harrison Brown (1920–2003), U.S. Representative from Missouri
  • Charlie Brown (Indiana politician) (born 1938), Indiana State Representative
  • Chuck Brown (politician) (1951–2003), member of the Minnesota House of Representatives

Religion

  • Charles John Brown (moderator) (1806–1884), Scottish minister
  • Charles Oliver Brown (1848–1941), Congregational Minister and bugler in the American Civil War
  • Charles Rufus Brown (1849–1914), American Baptist clergyman and Semitic scholar
  • Charles Reynolds Brown (1862–1950), American Congregational clergyman and educator
  • Charles E. Brown Jr. (1911–1996), Chief of Chaplains of the U.S. Army
  • Charles Arthur Brown (1919–1997), American Auxiliary Bishop of Santa Cruz, Bolivia
  • Charles John Brown (born 1959), American Catholic Archbishop and Apostolic Nuncio to Ireland

Sports

Football and rugby

  • Charles Brown (rugby union) (1887–1966), New Zealand rugby union player
  • Charlie Brown (Australian footballer) (1896–1956), Australian rules footballer for Collingwood
  • Charlie Brown (footballer, born 1873) (1873–1941), Australian rules footballer for Carlton
  • Charlie Brown (footballer, born 1898) (1898–1979), English footballer with Southampton and Queens Park Rangers
  • Charlie Brown (footballer, born 1999) (born 1999), English footballer with Chelsea
  • Charlie Brown (Scottish footballer) (born 1924), Scottish footballer who played for Queen of the South
  • Charles Edwin Brown (born 1936), college and professional American football player
  • Charlie Brown (running back) (born 1945), National Football League player
  • Charlie Brown (wide receiver) (born 1958), National Football League player
  • Charles Brown (offensive lineman) (born 1987), American football player

Other sports

  • Charlie Brown (baseball) (1871–1938), American baseball player
  • Charlie Brown (basketball, born 1936), American college basketball player (Seattle University)
  • Charlie Brown (basketball, born 1997), American professional basketball player (Atlanta Hawks)
  • Charles Brown (boxer) (born 1939), Olympic bronze medalist
  • Charlie Brown (boxer) (born 1958)
  • Charles Brown (cricketer, born 1815) (1815–1875), English cricketer
  • Charles Brown (cricketer, born 1854) (1854–1917), Australian-born English cricketer
  • Charles Brown (ice hockey) (born 1947), American
  • Charles Brown (roque player) (1867–1937), American Olympic bronze medalist
  • Charles Brown (water polo), from New Zealand
  • Charles Brown (wrestler), British Olympic wrestler

Other

  • Charles Armitage Brown (1787–1842), friend of poet John Keats
  • Charles Philip Brown (1798–1884), British official of the East India Company
  • Charles Brown (engineer) (1827–1905), British engineer
  • Charles Eugene Lancelot Brown (1863–1924), founder of railway companies
  • Charles Harvey Brown (1875–1960), American librarian
  • Charles Stuart Brown (1918–1997), Wyoming Supreme Court judge
  • Charles Barrington Brown, British geologist and explorer
  • Charles E. Brown Middle School, a public junior high school in Newton, Massachusetts

See also

  • Carlos Brown (disambiguation)
  • Charles Wreford-Brown (1866–1951), British footballer

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