Here's a short version...
Born 1931, raised by sharecropping grandfather.
Returns from Korea and Vietnam to find wife pregnant with another man's child.
Opens club in Dallas ... with silent partner Jack Ruby. Ruby kills Oswald.
1966: signed to Otis Redding's touring agency RedWal. Redding dies in plane crash.
Remarries in Knoxville, but she dies after heart surgery.
Remarries in Little Rock, but she dies of lung cancer.
1974: riots at his gigs by fans of another artist named 'Latimore'. Southern mafia puts out contract on him because of concert mix-ups.
No royalties from compilation record This Is Lattimore's World.
All Music Guide announces his death in the 1990s.
2005: badly injured by Hurricane Katrina, wife dies of heart attack soon after.
2007: stabbed and robbed in his trailer home.
Dies March 25, 2011. Struck by car in Pensacola as he was crossing the street.
Here's an incredibly detailed and delightful story (c/o Red Kelly, friends and Sir Lattimore himself)
It's Such A Sad Sad World collects the complete recordings of Sir Lattimore Brown between 1960 and 1975. 34 issued sides with Zil, Excello, Dutchess, Sound Stage 7, Renegade and Ace Records and 2 unissued (at the time) tracks that appeared on the 1977 compilation 'This Is Lattimore's World'. Some of these offerings aren't anything too special but when Lattimore is firing on all cylinders, he's absolutely incredible. All files chronicled, cleanly tagged and MP3 @ 320kbs. Thanks to original uploaders, enjoy.