The census clearly shows Ellen as a daughter in law. If they divorced then more than likely she remarried. The marriage record of her second marriage would indicate how the first marriage ended.
Finding a Robert Brown who is by himself somewhere in the country in 1930 could prove very difficult. There's just too many of them and too many born around the same time. A sibling's obituary may help to track him down (assuming he out lived any of them).
BTW you might be interested in the grassroots effort to get Pennsylvania's older state death certificates available online: http://users.rcn.com/timarg/PaHR-Access.htm
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