BEARDALL was born on 21 DEC 1895 in Springville, Utah County, Utah.
She died on 29 JUN 1972 at Provo, Utah County, Utah. She had Social
Security Number 528-02-7205 . Parents: Frank
BEARDALL and Emma Jamima WATTS.|
Spouse: Leonel Bengt JOHNSON. Leonel Bengt JOHNSON and Blanche BEARDALL were married on 3 DEC 1917 in Provo, Utah County, Utah.
Charlotte BEARDALL was born on 13 AUG 1898 in Benjamin, Utah County, Utah. She died on 27 OCT 1937 at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. She was buried on 31 OCT 1937 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Elysian Gardens Parents: Frank BEARDALL and Emma Jamima WATTS.
Spouse: Clifton "C" LARSON. Clifton "C" LARSON and Charlotte BEARDALL were married on 28 NOV 1921 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.
Clifton LaVon BEARDALL was born on 12 SEP 1907 in Springville, Utah County, Utah. He died on 26 OCT 1965 at Provo, Utah County, Utah. Buriel: Provo City Cemetery. He was buried on 28 OCT 1965 in Provo, Utah County, Utah.
Name: Clifton L. Beardall
Birth Date: 12 August 1907
Birth Place: Springville, Utah
Death Date: 26 October 1965
Death Place: Provo, Utah
Burial Date: 28 October 1965
Cemetery: Provo City Cemetery
Grave Location: Block 15 Lot 7
Type of Marker: Fldbl
He had Social Security Number 528-03-5925 . Parents: Frank BEARDALL and Emma Jamima WATTS.
Spouse: Sarah Ina Barney ALEXANDER. Clifton LaVon BEARDALL and Sarah Ina Barney ALEXANDER were married on 24 FEB 1926.
Edwin Reed BEARDALL was born on 18 MAR 1901 in Springville, Utah County, Utah. He died on 24 SEP 1964 at Provo, Utah County, Utah. Parents: Frank BEARDALL and Emma Jamima WATTS.
Spouse: Orpha Leah DAVIS. Edwin Reed BEARDALL and Orpha Leah DAVIS were married on 24 SEP 1930 in Utah.
Emma LaDell BEARDALL was born on 17 JAN 1885 in Springville, Utah County, Utah. She died on 28 OCT 1976 at Payson, Utah County, Utah. She was buried on 1 NOV 1976 in Springville, Utah County, Utah. Evergreen Cemetery. Parents: Frank BEARDALL and Mary Ann HERBERT.
Spouse: George W. HONE. George W. HONE and Emma LaDell BEARDALL were married on 23 JUL 1902 in Springville, Utah County, Utah.
Francis BEARDALL was born on 20 FEB 1833. He died on 29 JAN 1911 at Springville, Utah County, Utah. He was buried in the Springville City Cemetery at Springville, Utah County, Utah
Frank BEARDALL was born on 18 MAR 1861 in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England. He appeared in the census in 1930 in Springville, Utah County, Utah. He died on 14 APR 1942 at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. He was buried on 17 APR 1942 in the Evergreen Cemetery at Springville, Utah County, Utah He is reference number 1. Parents: Francis BEARDALL and Emma GABBITAS.
Spouse: Mary Ann HERBERT. Frank BEARDALL and Mary Ann HERBERT were married on 16 DEC 1878 in Springville, Utah County, Utah. Children were: Mary Elizabeth BEARDALL, Frank BEARDALL, William Herbert BEARDALL, Emma LaDell BEARDALL, Lawrence BEARDALL, Leo BEARDALL.
Spouse: Emma Jamima WATTS. Frank BEARDALL and Emma Jamima WATTS were married on 20 DEC 1893 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Children were: Edwin Reed BEARDALL, Blanche BEARDALL, Alta BEARDALL, Charlotte BEARDALL, Rose BEARDALL, Vada BEARDALL, Clifton LaVon BEARDALL, Lucile BEARDALL, Reha Bessie BEARDALL.
Frank BEARDALL was born on 7 JUL 1881 in Springville, Utah County, Utah. He died on 22 SEP 1881 at Springville, Utah County, Utah. He is reference number 2. Parents: Frank BEARDALL and Mary Ann HERBERT.
Lawrence BEARDALL was born on 8 MAR 1887 in Springville, Utah County, Utah. He died on 9 SEP 1892 at Springville, Utah County, Utah. Parents: Frank BEARDALL and Mary Ann HERBERT.
Leo BEARDALL was born on 18 JUN 1890 in Springville, Utah County, Utah. He died on 5 DEC 1910. Parents: Frank BEARDALL and Mary Ann HERBERT.
Spouse: Blenda ALLRED. Leo BEARDALL and Blenda ALLRED were married on 15 OCT 1910.
Lucile BEARDALL was born on 4 NOV 1909 in Springville, Utah County, Utah. She died on 3 JUN 1981 at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Parents: Frank BEARDALL and Emma Jamima WATTS.
Spouse: Elwood FURGUSEN. Elwood FURGUSEN and Lucile BEARDALL were married date unknown.
Spouse: Roy Lee WORTHEN. Roy Lee WORTHEN and Lucile BEARDALL were married on 19 SEP 1935.
Mary Elizabeth BEARDALL was born on 2 OCT 1879 in Springville, Utah County, Utah. She died on 22 NOV 1962 at Spanish Fork, Utah County, Utah. She was buried on 26 NOV 1962 in Payson, Utah County, Utah. Parents: Frank BEARDALL and Mary Ann HERBERT.
Spouse: Issac LOSSER. Issac LOSSER and Mary Elizabeth BEARDALL were married on 11 NOV 1903 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.
Reha Bessie BEARDALL was born on 13 AUG 1913 in Springville, Utah County, Utah. She appeared in the census in 1930 in Springville, Utah County, Utah. (living at home with father.) She died on 13 JUL 1989 at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. She had Social Security Number 530-28-3120 . Parents: Frank BEARDALL and Emma Jamima WATTS.
Spouse: Kenneth Paul Adrain SMITH. Kenneth Paul Adrain SMITH and Reha Bessie BEARDALL were married on 29 MAY 1930 in Heber City, Wasatch County, Utah.
Spouse: Odis GRAVES. Odis GRAVES and Reha Bessie BEARDALL were married on 16 APR 1940 in Eureka, Eureka County, Nevada.
Rose BEARDALL was born on 27 MAR 1903 in Springville, Utah County, Utah. She died on 27 MAR 1903 at Springville, Utah County, Utah. Parents: Frank BEARDALL and Emma Jamima WATTS.
Vada BEARDALL was born on 23 AUG 1904 in Springville, Utah County, Utah. She died in MAY 1986 at Springville, Utah County, Utah. She had Social Security Number 528-02-3566 . Parents: Frank BEARDALL and Emma Jamima WATTS.
Spouse: Walter Fletcher STOREY. Walter Fletcher STOREY and Vada BEARDALL were married on 17 MAR 1926 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.
William Herbert BEARDALL was born on 5 OCT 1882 in Springville, Utah County, Utah. He died on 19 FEB 1951 at Springville, Utah County, Utah. Parents: Frank BEARDALL and Mary Ann HERBERT.
Spouse: Mary Ann SILER. William Herbert BEARDALL and Mary Ann SILER were married on 27 SEP 1905 in Provo, Utah County, Utah.
Ellen P. BEARDSLEY was born on 29 OCT 1823 in Covington, Wyoming County, New York. Daughter of P. T. Beardsley. She appeared in the census in 1850 in Darien, Genesee County, New York. She appeared in the census in 1860 in Darien, Genesee County, New York. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Darien, Genesee County, New York. She died on 15 JUN 1912 at Darien, Genesee County, New York.
Harold Charles Lawton BEARDSLEY was born date unknown. He has Ancestral File Number D9FP-8M.
Spouse: Lawana May HANSEN. Harold Charles Lawton BEARDSLEY and Lawana May HANSEN were married on 31 DEC 1954 in Hertford, Perquimans County, North Carolina.
John BEARDSLEY was born date unknown. He has Ancestral File Number HIGH-D5.
Spouse: Keziah WHEELER. John BEARDSLEY and Keziah WHEELER were married on 29 DEC 1725 in Stratford, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Phebe O. BEARDSLEY was born in JAN 1824 in New York. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Alexander, Genesee County, New York. She died on 26 DEC 1900 at Alexander, Genesee County, New York.
Catherine Vigdis BEARNSON was born on 30 JUL 1891 in Spanish Fork, Utah County, Utah. She died on 8 SEP 1976.
Kate B. Carter, eighty-four, a lifelong recorder of Utah pioneer history and a leader in community affairs, died September 8, 1976.
During a lifetime of research, travel and interviews she produced many books and historical pamphlets.
She served for thirty-six years as national president of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers and was the driving force behind a twenty-five-year effort to build the D.U.P. Museum, which was dedicated in 1950.
Royalties from Mrs. Carter's books and other publications helped finance the cost of the museum, which houses many pioneer artifacts.
Her writings dealt with the personal stories of thousands of Utah pioneers, and to the end of her life she admonished modern-day Utahns to compile their own histories for future generations.
Mrs. Carter was co-president of the annual Days of '47 parade and celebration for many years-an event observing the entrance of pioneers into the Salt Lake Valley in 1847.
The D.U.P. carried out a program of erecting markers at historic pioneer sites in Utah and other states and Mrs. Carter expanded that to a worldwide program in 1965. She also authored widely distributed works on the Utah flag and the Pony Express and served on a variety of historical commissions and associations.
In 1947, Utah's centennial year, she was a member of the arts and history sections of the Centennial Commission and compiled a bibliography of Utah writings and history. Some fifty thousand copies were distributed throughout the United States.
Her survivors include one daughter and two sons: Mrs. Gifford A. (Kathryn) Smith, Woods Cross; Boyer A. Carter, Kaysville; Dr. Paul B. Carter, Logan; five grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Also surviving are two brothers, Elmer C. Bearnson, Salt Lake City, John Y. Bearnson, Springville, and two sisters, Elner Jarvis, Spanish Fork, and Hattie Kilfoyle, American Fork. -The Pioneer, Sons of Utah Pioneers
Moneta S. Baker, who served for many years as treasurer of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers organization, gave the following life history of President Carter at the funeral service September 11, 1976. Some of the material she selected was taken from a history written by Clara Steele.
"Kate Bearnson Carter was born in Spanish Fork, Utah, July 30, 1892, daughter of Finnbogi and Mary Jensen Bearnson. Her parents were humble but proud people whose home was filled with love and high ideals. Education was a very important part of their home life and their children were provided with as many of the best books as it was possible for them to obtain.
"Mr. Bearnson was a native of Iceland and came to Utah not as a convert to Mormonism, but to visit relatives. He was an avid reader and student of history. Mrs. Bearnson, President Carter's mother, was a pioneer of 1866, who started the journey from Denmark with her grandmother. On the way, the grandmother died and the little girl, Mary, then only eight years of age, came on to Utah in the care of friends. Upon her arrival, she signed a promissory note to the Perpetual Emigrating Fund for sixty dollars with interest at ten percent per annum. This note she paid in full before her marriage in 1878. It can be seen in the Pioneer Memorial Museum. You may be sure President Carter was proud of her heritage, and with such fine parents, she was given a good start in life.
"Although she was christened Catherine Vigdus, she soon got the nickname of 'Kate,' which name stayed with her throughout her life.
"At the age of six she began her education in Scofield, Carbon County. Later her father obtained employment in a small community in Skull Valley where she attended grade school. But her mother felt the children would receive better training in a larger school, so she moved back to Spanish Fork where Kate graduated from high school. Next she graduated from Henager's Business College, and at different periods in her life took courses at Brigham Young University and the University of Utah. She has written many short stories, pageants, historical sketches and road shows. She told me that when she was twelve years old, an elderly neighbor asked her to write his letters for him. He may have been infirm, or perhaps couldn't write the English language, but it led to her writing his life story as he dictated it. Thus began her interest in the pioneers and their histories.
"During the years of her young girlhood she served in every female organization of the L.D.S. Church. At the age of fourteen she taught Sunday School. At sixteen she taught girls her own age in the Mutual Improvement Association, which led to her appointment to the Nebo Stake Board of M.I.A. About this time she, with her partner, won fifty-two debating contests, an activity she very much enjoyed and for which she did much research. Always there were those who helped, especially her dear mother who urged her to seek knowledge and to grasp opportunity. She served on two stake boards of Relief Society and for thirteen years she was president of the Second Ward Relief Society, during which time the great depression occurred and Relief Society presidents carried a heavy load of charity work. People of all faiths and backgrounds came to her door. No one was ever turned away.
"On June 14, 1914, she married Austin Carter in the Salt Lake Temple. Mr. Carter was a fine man-patient, kind and affectionate. They made their home in Spanish Fork until 1926, when they moved to Salt Lake. Three children were born to them: Boyer, Paul and Kathryn. Throughout their busy life, they maintained a happy, wholesome, friendly home. The whole family cooperated in helping President Carter, especially her husband, who took her to the conventions in distant areas, handling the books for her and arranging travel schedules.
"'Katie B.' as she was sometimes called, was a charter member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers in Spanish Fork and joined Camp #2 when she came to Salt Lake to reside. Realizing that people cannot be fully informed unless they have a thorough knowledge of their forebears, she soon began researching into the records of the pioneers. In 1930, she was asked to prepare the first outlines of lessons for the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. At this time the organization could not afford to have them typed, so she, her friends and her children typed them. Later they were mimeographed and sold to various D.U.P. groups. Thus began the great publishing career of Kate B. Carter. She was elected president of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers in 1941 and since that time has compiled, edited and done much of the writing for twelve volumes of Heart Throbs of the West, six volumes of Treasures of Pioneer History and nineteen volumes of Our Pioneer Heritage, as well as numerous pamphlets.
"The sale of these books and pamphlets has provided funds for the organization, and for the erection of the Pioneer Memorial Museum completed in 1950 and the Carriage House added in 1973. The book sales are still the main source of income. For all her work she received no salary. Her pay was in the satisfaction of achievement and the knowledge that she had the love and respect of the members of the Daughters and others whom she helped. She went out of her way to help students working on theses, or who needed background material for some worthy project.
"Two important educational projects have been notable in her achievements: the placing of 396 historic markers throughout the country and several in Europe, and her interpretation and story of the Utah State flag which was accepted by state and historical associations. Thousands of copies of this booklet were distributed country-wide.
"During both World Wars she worked with the Red Cross and with the National War Salvage Board during World War II. For thirty-three years she has been president and co-president of Days of '47.
"Probably her greatest achievement was the erection of the Pioneer Memorial Museum. This beautiful building, the dream of half a century, was brought to fulfillment and dedicated in 1950 after lengthy and strong opposition which brought about litigation going all the way to the Supreme Court of the United States. Undaunted, and with complete trust and confidence in the loyalty and support of the Daughters everywhere, she pressed the cause to its favorable conclusion. Hers was the basic plan used by the architect in designing the building, which is a replica of the old Salt Lake Theatre. Hers was the selection of materials and the suggestions of adornment and fine finishing. The result you see at the head of Main Street in Salt Lake City. The museum is a source of pride to every descendant of the pioneers and others interested in history. It is a fine repository for cherished and valuable relics of the pioneer period. Thousands who visit the museum annually declare it to be one of the finest in America. These visitors come from all over the world. Rich and poor, black and white, great and humble-all have been made welcome-many times by President Carter herself.
"A few years ago such a visitor was a little elderly lady who would come to the museum and spend a whole day. Mrs. Carter became acquainted with her and learned she lived in Pasadena, California. She would board the train in the evening and arrive in Salt Lake next morning, traveling on a pass. She would come to the museum and spend the day, then catch the evening train for home. President Carter would visit with her and show her around-even shared her lunch with the lady on occasion. The last time she came, she seemed to be confused, so President Carter called a cab and took her to the train. The porter on the pullman knew Mrs. Borbridge and promised he would see that she got home all right. Some time later Mrs. Caster received word that the Daughters of Utah Pioneers were named in the will of Mrs. A. K. Borbridge and would receive a considerable sum of money. When the estate was settled and the Daughters received the funds, the money was used to install the handsome bronze doors we now have on the museum. The kindness and thoughtful attention Mrs. Carter showed this unpretentious little woman resulted in this bequest.
"The second large project undertaken by President Carter and the Daughters of Utah Pioneers was the building of a Carriage House in connection with the museum.
"For a long time she had had a strong desire to erect such a structure in order to properly house and display the larger pioneer relics which had been given to the museum, such as the Brigham Young wagon, the mule-drawn streetcar used in Salt Lake City, an early fire engine, a Johnston's Army wagon, etc. She visited and studied other carriage houses, then suddenly in 1969 her dream became a possibility when another and larger bequest came to the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. This, too, was the result of her having befriended and taken an interest in an elderly lady whom no one knew had money. She was Saramarie Jensen Van Dyke of Tucson, Arizona, and she willed her entire estate to the Daughters. In 1971, after the courts, attorneys and the I.R.S. claims had been satisfied, the remaining funds amounted to about half enough to build a carriage house.
"President Carter immediately set about raising the additional money. She sent out an appeal to the ever-faithful members of the organization nationwide, and through their loyal cooperation and Mrs. Carter's untiring efforts, the money was raised, the land purchased and the Saramarie J. Van Dyke Carriage House was erected. It was dedicated October 6, 1973, as a much-needed and much-appreciated addition to the museum. These two fine structures will always stand as monuments to a courageous president and the loyal support of the members of this great organization.
"Mrs. Carter has always had the complete cooperation of her family, especially her husband, who was her staunchest supporter as well as a loving companion. His sudden death on June 13, 1962, was a devastating blow to the family and his numerous friends.
"It is notable that throughout her lifetime of public service she has never received any monetary remuneration. All proceeds from the sale of books and pamphlets went directly to the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. It cannot be denied that such devotion to a cause is extremely rare. She was loved and respected by members of the organization to which she devoted her life and labors. Through her leadership and love of history, she has brought the Daughters of Utah Pioneers from a largely social organization to one of great renown in gathering and preserving the history of our great Western Empire.
"These are just some of the historical facts concerning the life of our dear 'Katie B.' Now may I make a few personal observations.
"First of all, I consider her to have been one of the truly great women of our time. Her attributes were many: She was a born leader and doer. She was a humanitarian, historian, student, researcher, genealogist, church worker, executive and friend. She set goals of a high order and with great determination saw them completed. We of the Central Company called this her Icelandic determination.
"To have worked closely and traveled extensively with her for twenty-one years has been a rare privilege and an education for me. As we traveled to conventions from coast to coast and from Seattle to El Paso, I have seen the love she had for the members of our organization and their great love for her. Seeing her go down physically and suffer so much pain has been a deep sorrow.
"Now to the Daughters of Utah Pioneers everywhere, please keep up the good work. Keep the organization alive and active and growing as it has been during President Carter's administration. The transition isn't going to be easy, but remember the pioneers didn't have it easy either. Keep the pioneer spirit alive!
"To the family I say, God bless you. You are to be complimented for the care and love you have shown your dear mother, especially in the past few months. Your mother was proud of you. Emulate her example in your own lives and be prepared to meet her in the hereafter. I'm sure she will be there waiting.
May God bless all of us and help us to be worthy of our blessings day by day, is my humble prayer."
President Carter was buried in Spanish Fork Cemetery, September 11, 1976.
He hath made every thing beautiful in his time.
She had Social Security Number 528-76-2295 . Pen name and Author: Kate B. Carter
Spouse: Austin CARTER. Austin CARTER and Catherine Vigdis BEARNSON were married on 14 JUN 1914 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.
Alexander BEATON was born on 24 APR 1833 in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia. He died on 20 FEB 1902 at Sierraville, Sierra County, California. He was buried in the Sierraville Cemetery at Sierraville, Sierra County, California
ALEXANDER BEATON.He is a native of Cumberland county, Nova Scotia. His parents were Francis and Janet Beaton, of Scotch nativity. Alexander worked on a farm until twenty-six years of age, and then lived for a time in Boston, New York, and other places. In 1866 he came to California, via Panama, and settled in Tuolumne county, where he was engaged in teaming. In 1870 he bought his present home in Sierra valley, which consists of 160 acres of grazing land. Mr. Beaton was married December 11, 1870, to Mrs. Elvira M. Colby, widow of Hiram T. Colby, and a native of Vermont, where she was first married. Her children by the first marriage are Elvie A., born September 20, 1857, and Leland A., born October 11, 1866. Mr. Beaton's children are Arial F., born December 12, 1871, and Hattie L., born June 19, 1874. Mr. Beaton is a member of the Odd Fellows lodge at Sierraville.
Arial Frank BEATON was born on 12 DEC 1871 in Sierraville, Sierra County, California. She died on 24 JUL 1955 at Los Angeles County, California. Parents: Alexander BEATON and Elvira Maria HODGE.
Hattie L. BEATON was born on 19 JUN 1874 in Sierraville, Sierra County, California. Parents: Alexander BEATON and Elvira Maria HODGE.
Jim BEATTIE was born about 1942 in Canada. Parents: Sidney BEATTIE and Hilda COLBY.
Robert BEATTIE was born about 1945 in Canada. Parents: Sidney BEATTIE and Hilda COLBY.
Sidney BEATTIE was born about 1915 in Canada.
Joan BEAUCHAMPS was born in 1526.
Helen M. BEAUDION was born in OCT 1834 in New York. She appeared in the census on 17 AUG 1860 in Jay, Essex County, New York. She appeared in the census on 15 JUN 1870 in Jay, Essex County, New York.
Robert BEAUGRAND was born about 1947.
Spouse: Vickie Ileen KELLY. Robert BEAUGRAND and Vickie Ileen KELLY were married on 30 NOV 1968.
Caroline Charlotte Henrietta (Lena) BECK was born on 28 NOV 1870 in Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland. Daughter of Henry Beck and Ernestine. She died on 12 JAN 1941 at Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland.
Spouse: William Carlton STOUT. William Carlton STOUT and Caroline Charlotte Henrietta (Lena) BECK were married on 2 MAY 1900 in Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland. Children were: Charlotte Abigail STOUT.
Rosa BECK was born on 28 APR 1885 in Minnesota. She appeared in the census in 1920 in Blue Earth City, Faribault County, Minnesota. She appeared in the census in 1930 in Blue Earth City, Faribault County, Minnesota. She died on 20 MAY 1987 at Minnesota. She had Social Security Number 475-09-9238.
Social Security Death Index Record
Name: Rosa Colby
Last Residence: 55406 Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, United States of America
Born: 28 Apr 1885
Died: May 1987
State (Year) SSN issued: Minnesota (Before 1951 )
Spouse: George Edward COLBY. George Edward COLBY and Rosa BECK were married about 1906 in Minnesota. Children were: Orison Edward COLBY, George David COLBY, Woodrow Wilson COLBY, Theda L. COLBY, Cathryn COLBY.
William BECKER was born about 1845.
Spouse: Theresa SIMONSON. William BECKER and Theresa SIMONSON were married about 1867.
Sarah BECKET was born date unknown. She has Ancestral File Number V6JN-RN.
Spouse: Samuel FLEMING. Samuel FLEMING and Sarah BECKET were married on 24 SEP 1789.
Julius BECKLEY was born on 18 MAY 1825 in Calais, Washington County, Vermont. He appeared in the census in 1850 in Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont. (living at home with father and mother. Listed as Deaf and Dumb.) In 1860 he was a rail roading in Wauseon, Fulton County, Ohio. He appeared in the census on 4 JUL 1860 in Wauseon, Fulton County, Ohio. (listed as deaf and dumb.) He died on 14 FEB 1905 at Sycamore, DeKalb County, Illinois. Parents: Samuel BECKLEY and Roxanna COLBY.
Martha Roxana BECKLEY was born on 6 MAY 1830 in Calais, Washington County, Vermont. She appeared in the census in 1850 in Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont. (living at home with father and mother.) She died on 13 NOV 1904. Parents: Samuel BECKLEY and Roxanna COLBY.
Mary Melissa BECKLEY was born on 16 APR 1834 in Barre, Washington County, Vermont. She appeared in the census in 1850 in Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont. (living at home with father and mother.) She died on 22 NOV 1864 at Danvers, Essex County, Massachusetts. Parents: Samuel BECKLEY and Roxanna COLBY.
Norman BECKLEY was born on 15 APR 1823 in Barre, Washington County, Vermont. He died on 23 JUN 1902. Parents: Samuel BECKLEY and Roxanna COLBY.
Samuel BECKLEY was born on 10 FEB 1796 in Weathersfield, Windsor County, Vermont. He appeared in the census in 1850 in Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont. He appeared in the census in 1870 in Sycamore, DeKalb County, Illinois. He died on 10 JUN 1876 at Sycamore, DeKalb County, Illinois. (BOOK SOURCE: "The descendants of Richard Beckley of Wethersfield, Connecticut"
Hartford, Conn.: Connecticut Historical Society, 1948, 418 pgs.)
Spouse: Roxanna COLBY. Samuel BECKLEY and Roxanna COLBY were married on 1 JAN 1821 in Vermont. Children were: Norman BECKLEY, Julius BECKLEY, Samuel Mason BECKLEY, Martha Roxana BECKLEY, Mary Melissa BECKLEY.
Samuel Mason BECKLEY was born on 20 APR 1827 in Calais, Washington County, Vermont. He died on 5 DEC 1885. Parents: Samuel BECKLEY and Roxanna COLBY.
Alicia Owen BECKMAN was born about 1922.
Abigail BECKWITH was born date unknown.
Edith BECKWITH was born in 1877 in Illinois. She appeared in the census on 26 APR 1910 in Freemont, Lake County, Illinois. She appeared in the census on 6 FEB 1920 in Columbus, Warren County, Pennsylvania. She appeared in the census on 12 APR 1930 in Columbus, Warren County, Pennsylvania.
Esther BECKWITH was born on 6 JUN 1770. She died on 31 AUG 1794. Parents: Zenao BECKWITH and Anna HARRIS.
Zenao BECKWITH was born date unknown.
Margaret BEDALL was born on 25 JUN 1911 in Monroe, Grafton County, New Hampshire. She died on 29 APR 1999 at San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.
Robert BEDALL was born date unknown.
Spouse: Lucy JACKSON. Robert BEDALL and Lucy JACKSON were married date unknown.
Marguerite Elsie BEDELL was born on 24 FEB 1905 in Greensboro Bend, Orleans County, Vermont. She died on 12 NOV 1985 at Danbury, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Eureka (Regena) BEDFORD was born in AUG 1864 in Germany. She appeared in the census in 1900 in Marilla, Erie County, New York. (listed as Regena) She appeared in the census in 1910 in Bennington, Wyoming County, New York.
Spouse: Francis (Frank) Harmon COLBY. Francis (Frank) Harmon COLBY and Eureka (Regena) BEDFORD were married about 1883. Children were: Lena May COLBY, Infant COLBY, Ethel COLBY, Grace COLBY, Lucy M. COLBY, Leon F. COLBY, Arthur COLBY, Mildred P. COLBY, Jacob COLBY, Aaron COLBY.
Bessie May BEEBE was born on 2 APR 1899 in Weston, Franklin County, Idaho.
Spouse: James Edward PETERS. James Edward PETERS and Bessie May BEEBE were married on 10 JUN 1933.
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