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The history of Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, containing ... war record, biographical sketches ... history of Wisconsin ... etc

The history of Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, containing ... war record, biographical sketches ... history of Wisconsin ... etc

Source : Internet Archive

The history of Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, containing ... war record, biographical sketches ... history of Wisconsin ... etc

The history of Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, containing ... war record, biographical sketches ... history of Wisconsin ... etc

Source : Internet Archive

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it. Hooker sold out to Edward Beeson , and afterward, on account of ill health, I disposed of my interest


Page 395

Edward Beeson, Jesse Homiston and his son settled there at an early day, with others


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then edited and published by Edward Beeson, which was favorably received, recommending the building of a few leading plank-roads from


Page 405

Crofoot, James Clark, Peter Crowell, Edward Beeson, James Wauby, John 0. Hammer, Henry Conklin, John E. Eisher and David Copp-"


Page 408

Aaron Walters, of Eden , John Beeson, of Osceola , G. W. Parker, of Metomen , A. C. Whiting, of


Page 410

1860- Edward Beeson, First Ward, E. S. Bragg, Second Ward, G. W. Sawyer, Third Ward, R.


Page 458

James Kinney, Mrs. John Radford, Edward Beeson, J. Q. Griffith, James W. Partridge, A. D. Bonesteel , others were bruised


Page 459

with J. M. Gillet, and Edward Beeson, a practical printer, took his place and proprietary interest in the Journal.


Page 459

In July,. 1848, Mr. Beeson purchased his partner's interest in the business and became editor and sole proprietor


Page 460

published by Eastman & Beeson, Edward Beeson having become possessed of the half-interest in the establishment owned by Mr. White.


Page 460

the 29th of May, 1851, Mr. Beeson again became editor and sole proprietor by purchasing John A. Eastman's interest. He


Page 461

bank now stands. , When Mr. Beeson entered into partnership with M. J. Thomas, he made it a part of


Page 462

(the latter a brother to Edward Beeson, who is now the editor of the Wisconsin Farmer), February 21, 1857. It


Page 462

pleasant story. May 16, 1857, Mr. Beeson sold his interest, and, July 25, the names of Van B. Smead, A.


Page 463

Thursday, May 2, 1867, when Edward Beeson started the paper under the old name, that of the Journal. It was


Page 463

In the fall of 1871, Mr. Beeson was elected County Treasurer by the Democrats, and as the duties of the


Page 466

half-interest in the Journal of Edward Beeson, Mr. Beeson bought a like interest in the National Democrat of Mr.


Page 466

the Journal of Edward Beeson, Mr. Beeson bought a like interest in the National Democrat of Mr.


Page 467

jobbed out to various parties, Edward Beeson purchasing about $1,000 worth.


Page 470

the trade of his father, Edward Beeson. Having always lived in Fond du Lac, he knew everybody, and was therefore


Page 470

Reporter.-On Saturday, August 25, 1860, John J. Beeson, now publishing the Independent, at Vancouver, Washington Territory, issued the first number


Page 470

the Journal up to 1858. Mr. Beeson was a printer, having learned the trade of his father, Edward Beeson. Having


Page 475

and arrangements were made with Edward Beeson to print a larger paper once each month. The paper was a complete


Page 477

du Lac Journal office, with Edward Beeson. He soon had George Burnside fol- a partner and changed the name of


Page 485

" Mr. E. Beeson, who lives in Fond du Lac, tells me that he thinks Gov.


Page 485

the Sabbath ?' to which Mrs. Beeson remarked :


Page 540

A. T. Germond, 1846 , Edward Beeson, 1836 ,* Chauncey Griswold, 1844, Robert C. Wilson, 1847, C. P. Phelps, 1842,


Page 541

Methodist ministers. At my house, Edward Beeson and others being present, we organized the first temperance society. Eli Hooker (now


Page 547

with her parents (Edward and Susan E. Beeson) September 1, 1877, for Milan, where she became the pupil of Signer


Page 547

the birthplace and home of Abbie Beeson Carriugton. She was born June 13, 1866, and up to August, 1876, was


Page 547

Abbie Beeson Cakrington.


Page 572

D. Stanchfield was President , Edward Beeson, Vice President , Keyes A. Darling, Treasurer, and T. D. Pooles, Secretary. Each


Page 576

with Confederate stamps free by John J. Beeson, at Fond du Lac, to whom they were sent by Lieut. Bannister.


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and E. Beeson, 1864 , Edward Beeson, E. W. Davis, Stephen Hawkins, George Williams and Edward Beaver, 1865 , David


Page 606

Lowell, Mr. Windecker, Volney Chapman, John J. Beeson, L. W. Parmelee, John C. Kennealy, J. M. Taylor, J. G. Miller,


Page 611

the village was vigorously agitated. Edward Beeson wrote that the district contained 100


Page 620

Tallmadge, Viletta Fowler, Albert Dye, Edward B. Beeson, Daniel Mc Kenna, Emma Jane Ellis, Alice Goss, Francis Crane, Lilly Camp,


Page 635

B. F. Moore, S. W., Edward Beeson, J. W., I. S. Sherwood, Treas., J. B. Perry, Sec. 1865-D. C. Lamb,


Page 679

held the day on which Edward Beeson published his paper, the Fond du Lac Journal. He was anxious to lay


Page 679

it was not settled whether Mr. Beeson was a wizard or had a vision.


Page 680

Edward Beeson, now editor of the Wisconsin Farmer, gave to Fond du Lac the name


Page 771

of land were made by Edward Beeson in 1837, and perfected by Peter V. Sang in 1840. The former began


Page 785

months later, W. R.- Longstreet, John Beeson, William. Mitchell and Silas Allen settled at the' same place, and John Graham,


Page 785

were built at Waucousta, by John Beeson-the former probably in 1848 , the latter ttvo or three years later. Both


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Lac, which immediately attained success. Mr. Beeson went to Europe with his wife and daughter, Abbie Beeson Carrington, in August,


Page 801

with his wife and daughter, Abbie Beeson Carrington, in August, 1877, returning in August, 1879 , most of his time


Page 853

one , in company with Edward Beeson, he began the publication of the Wisconsin Farmer in September, 1879. Mr. L.


Page 892

du Lac Saturday Reporter of John J. Beeson, issuing the first number, under his management, Nov. 22, 1873. Since that


Page 1,024

Hattie, daughter of Mary and Henry S. Beeson, a physician of that place , they have had three children born


Page 1,036

Kan. , Julia M., Mrs. John Beeson, of Vancouver, Washington Territory, Edward, of Russell, Kan. , Emily , Gustave ,