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Portrait and biographical record of Madison and Hamilton counties, Indiana : containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the counties, together with biographies and portraits of all the presidents of the United States

Portrait and biographical record of Madison and Hamilton counties, Indiana : containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the counties, together with biographies and portraits of all the presidents of the United States

Source : Internet Archive

Portrait and biographical record of Madison and Hamilton counties, Indiana : containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the counties, together with biographies and portraits of all the presidents of the United States

Portrait and biographical record of Madison and Hamilton counties, Indiana : containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the counties, together with biographies and portraits of all the presidents of the United States

Source : Internet Archive

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and was the son of Isaac Beeson, whose birth occurred in North Carolina at about the time of the breaking


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is the only son of Milton H. and Martha (Sherrj') Beeson.


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He was the late Hon. Jesse G. Beeson, and twice served his district as State Senator, besides holding many offices


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Milton II. Beeson, the father of our subject, married Miss Martha Slierry, who is the


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distiller in Tippecanoe Count}', Ind. Mrs. Beeson liad one brotlier and one sister. Her brother, Montgomery Sherry, was a well-to-do


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Jesse E. Beeson remained on his father's farm until eighteen years of age, and received


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state which Indiana is today. Thomas Beeson, the father of our subject, was one of the large number of men


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the 30th of May, 1888, Mr. Beeson made his home on this farm, but at that date he purchased a


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Mr. and Mrs. Beeson have no children of their own, but have been foster-parents to seven, as


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of tlie state of Ohio. Mr. Beeson has been guardian of several children and executor of a number of estates.


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of our subject was born. Mrs. Beeson was the youngest of eight children who blessed the home of her parents.


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parents, pioneers of the state, Martin Beeson was born amid the frontier scenes of the very early days, and although


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intelligent people and social favorites. Mr. Beeson was a valued member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and had been connected


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who is the wife of Frank Beeson, a resident of Wayne County, Ind, Benjamin, whose home is in Anderson, this


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physicians of Anderson, and Mrs. Angeline Beeson, wife of J. H. Beeson, D. D. S., of Terre Haute, Ind.


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Delilah E. Dienst, daughter of William and Gula (Beeson) Dick. Mr.


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mother was a daughter of Benjamin and Dorcas (Starbuck) Beeson.


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Richard Beeson, the great-grandfather of Mrs.


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