Andrew Walton BROWN [c.1899-????]
In 1941 he was a manager at Lane, Crawford.
Part of the current Lane Crawford company is named after him:
Walton Brown takes its name from Andrew Walton Brown, the Managing Director of Lane Crawford, who rebuilt the business with HK$1,000 after it was destroyed during WWII and created an import and export division through strategic partnerships, which ultimately contributed to the post-war rebuilding of Hong Kong. In 1963, several years after his death, Lane Crawford established the Walton Brown company for import and export, in his honour.