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1  Beasley, Mary A (See GREEN-AustinBeasley1755NC) (I397)
 
2  Beesley, Benjamin (I209)
 
3 " James Manuel lived in Mississippi most of his life. He and Maryetta (Annie) are buried at McComb, Miss."  Nordan, James Manuel (I200)
 
4 " Mary Edith Nordan Robinson was called Eda most of her life. She was born in Pike County, Ala., and traveled to Mississippi with her Parents. She met and married Geo. W. in Fayette, Miss. They raised their family in and around Lincoln County. Mary Edith and George W., are Buried at Antioch Cemetary, Lincoln County, Miss."  Nordan, Mary Edith 'Eda' (I2724)
 
5 "Annie Florence and John H. are buried at Laneville Cemetary, Rusk Co., Tex."  Beasley, Annie Florence (I3090)
 
6 "Arkansas County Marriages, 1838–1957." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2011. "Arkansas County Marriages, 1838–1957," database, FamilySearch; from Arkansas Courts of Common Pleas and County Clerks. Digital images of originals housed at various county courthouses in the State of Arkansas. Marriage records. Source (S374)
 
7 "As told by Mae Beasley Anderson...When Rosa was young she was madly in love with a young man by the name of Julius Hightower. Julius apparently felt the same about Rosa. Feeling a proposal was imminent Rosa apparently sought the advice of her mother, Rebecc. Rebecca told Rosa if Julius proposed her, her silence would mean consent. Not quite understanding Rosa told Julius when he proposed that her silence meant consent...which quite confused Julius and he broke up with her. Rosa later married Julius father, Will Hightower. Not long after Rosa and Will married he fell from a church building rood and died. Rosa later married Grover Smith. Rosa is buried in Old Liberty Cemetery in Marion County, Alabama." (from CArol Rooks Johnson) Beasley, Rosa Velma (I638)
 
8 "Bart lived in Mississippi most of his life. He was married twice, and two children by each wife. Bart is dead and his second wife Mamie has remarried to W.T. Burch. They live in Bastrop, La." EO Beasley gives Bart's second wife's name as 'Mamie' in the narrative. In the descent listing, it is given as 'Nannie'. I don't know which is correct, or if both are.  Stephenson, Miles 'Bart' (I945)
 
9 "Bart was born in Alabama. She and Beverly Eugene lived in Grady, Ala., when they first married, also lived at Pine Level, Ala. They moved to Mississippi near Meadville, Franklin County and raised their family. Both are buried in Mississippi."  Stevenson, Bartemius (I1710)
 
10 "Bethel Farmer Dies in Hotel Room Here: Indigestion Fatal to J.F. Beasley Beasley, John Franklin (I1449)
 
11 "Buried at Pleasant Hill Cem. Henderson, Tex."  Beasley, Thomas Edgar (I3978)
 
12 "Buried at Pleasant Hill Cemetary."  Beasley, Genie (I1408)
 
13 "Buried-Pleasant Hill, Cem."  Beasley, Mary Bernice (I2978)
 
14 "Charlotte and Hubbard lived in Pike and Covington Counties, Ala., most of their married life. They are buried at Shiloh Baptist Church Cemetary, Covington Co., Ala. We are very sorry we were unable to locate most of this family, hoping what we have will help others to complete."  Stevenson, Charlotte Elizabeth (I926)
 
15 "Council Taylor Nordan Jr., was born in Westville, Simpson County, Miss. He lived in Mississippi and Louisana all of his life. He is buried at Holden, Louisiana."  Nordan, Council Taylor Jr (I3492)
 
16 "Died 16 mo. old. Buried at Roberson Cemetary, Jefferson Co., Miss."  Stephenson, Clidie (I3624)
 
17 "Died young"  Stephenson, Bethel (I4295)
 
18 "Died young"  Stephenson, Betty (I4294)
 
19 "Died young"  Stephenson, Bertha (I4270)
 
20 "Died young. Buried at Pleasant Hill Cemetary."  Beasley, Lena (I1565)
 
21 "Don Kirk and Flora (Podie) are buried at San Marcus, Texas. We regret we were unable to get all the information on this Family."  Beasley, Donald Kirk (I1512)
 
22 "Dr. James William Beasley was a man of great courage and knowledge. He was born on a farm near Pine Level, Ala., off 231 Hwy. S. He attended Public Schools in Pike County, Ala., and helped his father on the farm. After finishing high school he studied medicine at Mobile, Ala., in the Medical Dept. of the University of Alabama. He was graduated M.D. in 1896, and began practice immediately. For 2 years he practiced at China Grove, Pike County, Ala. Three years he practiced at Mt. Hillard, Bullock County, Ala., then 4 years at Orion, Pike Co., Ala. He married Jimmie H. Dismuke April 28, 1897, they were married 7 years and had four children, which all died young, and Jimmie died in 1904. Jimmie and the four children are buried at Orion Methodist Church Cemetary, in Orion, Ala. On Oct 18, 1905 Dr. James Wm. Beasley married Lula Dismuke, sister to his first wife Jimmie. In 1905 he moved to Geneva, Ala., where he was County Health Officer, for three years and a member of the City Council two years. He was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, a member of Geneva Lodge No. 129 F, and A.M., also a member of the Chamber of Commerce, and State Medical Associations. He owned his home, Geneva and land in Home Co., Fla. He and Lula with some of their children are buried at City Cemetary, Geneva, Ala." The reference to 'Home' county is more likely Holmes County, FL.  Beasley, Dr. James William (I3219)
 
23 "Etta Scott was called 'Mama' by her children and grandchildren. 'Mama' invited all her children, grandchildren, and often some of her brothers and sisters to her home for get-togethers one or more times a year. She was a good homemaker and a good cook. Mincemeat and Sweet Potato pies were her specialties. 'Mama's' big dinners made it possible for us (her grandchildren) to really know our cousins and other family members." Scott, Etta Adline (I1900)
 
24 "Ex-Anson Man found Dead - James Luther Beasley, about 70, former Anson cafe proprietor, was found dead Thursday morning in the Tourist Hotel here. Beasley, James Luther (I1863)
 
25 "Fell on scales at Cannon Gin" Beasley, Timothy Soles (I1572)
 
26 "Frank Asbury was born in Alabama. He and Annie lived in Geneva, Ala., then in Montgomery where he joined the Police Force, was serving as Desk Clerk until his death. They both are buried at Salem Cemetary, near Pine Level, Ala., off Hwy 231 S." EO Beasley refers to 'Frank' in the narrative. In the descent text, his name is given as 'Francis', and his son is given as Frank, Jr. You choose.  Beasley, Francis Asbury 'Frank' (I3000)
 
27 "From her obituary: 'Mrs. Beasley had been an active member of the Methodist church since sixteen years of age. She had suffered several years with a tumor on the brain,, particularly for the past twelve months, and was operated on by a specialist from Dallas on the 7th inst.'" McKeever, Alice Virginia (I132)
 
28 "Guy worked 30 years with the Agriculture Dept., of Auburn University, testing planting of vegetables etc., near Prattville, Ala. Since retiring he and Lois have lived around Prattville and Montgomery, Ala."  Beasley, Guy Earl (I1402)
 
29 "He died in Nottoway County, Virginia, after 19 February 1791 but before 4 September 1794, testate." SBF Beatty 2014 (ref: Nottoway County, Virginia, Will Book 1: 537-538, reprinted in Doliante, Maryland and Virginia Colonials, 90-91.) Beasley, John (I22)
 
30 "Ida and Lonnie lived in Lincoln County, Miss., most of their married life. Both with some of their children are buried at Heuck's Cemetary, Lincoln County, Miss."  Nordan, Ida (I198)
 
31 "Ida Bell was born in Kentwood, LA, and lived in Louisiana all of her life. Her second husband Jack D. Starkey and son is buried at Albany, Livingston, LA." One would assume that 'Jack' was a nickname, since his given name was listed as 'Columbus' earlier.  Nordan, Ida Bell (I199)
 
32 "In 1900 Oscar Beasley was listed with his father, William Beasley, and his brother, James Luther Beasley in the U.S. Census in Jones County, Texas. In 1910, he was in ED134 Sheet 318 (or 378), vol 86 in Jones County, Texas. It shows that Oscar was 21 years old and that he was born in Alabama. Listed with him was his wife, Lurene/Lourene (Tarver) Beasley. He married in 1909 and had no children listed in the 1910 census. Beasley, Oscar Daral (I1432)
 
33 "In the death of Doc Beasley, Glen Allen loses a good citizen. The sad event occurred some days ago. He was a son of I.C. Beasley and leaves a wife and two children to mourn his death." (Deaths from newspaper dated Sep 23, 1897; page 41; Tracks, Vol V, No 4 Winter 1986. Beasley, Wiley Allen (I1035)
 
34 "Irene Mildred and Frank married in Clover, SC, York County. All of their Children were born there. Frank is buried there."  Nordan, Irene Mildred (I196)
 
35 "Jim Tom died in Texas and is buried there."  Beasley, James Thomas 'Jim Tom' (I3242)
 
36 "Killed in World War II. Buried at Mount Gilead, Miss." LCI(L) - Landing Craft Infantry (Large) - could carry 200 troops to the beach. Report of Changes of USS LCI(L) 979 for the month ending 30 day of November, 1944 11. Nordan, William Council [service number] S1/c [enl date] 15 1 44 Hattiesburg, Mis Died 24 Nov 44 - Instantly killed by shrapnel on ship. Buried US cemetery Tacloban, Layte, P.I. Nordan, William Council (I2736)
 
37 "Lillian (Lillie) and Lee A. are buried at Pleasant Hill Cemetary near Henderson, Texas."  Beasley, Lillian Chesley 'Lillie' (I1592)
 
38 "Lois Ruth was the oldest daughter of J. Thomas and Lavinia. She and Wm. (Bill) lived in Pike and Montgomery County most of their married life. Ruth taught chool most of her young life. She was a person that everyone loved, who knew her. She enjoyed researching her Heritage. She passed her information on the Family Tree to us, hoping we would complete it. We would like to express our appreciation to her. She and Wm. (Bill) lived their last years in Pine Level, Ala., Hwy 231 S. Ruth, William and daughter Margaret are buried at Greenhill Cemetary, near Troy, Ala."  Beasley, Lois 'Ruth' (I2320)
 
39 "Lou Emma has lived in and around Overton, Texas all her life. She and her husband Newton now own and live on her grandfathers (William Lennon Sr.) land. She remembers him well, adn so graciously passed on her information to us. To know her is to love her, a sweet and kind person to all, a dedicated wife and loving mother."  Beasley, Lou Emma (I2317)
 
40 "Mamie is buried at Crossett, Ark. John W. is buried at Tuscaloosa, Ala."  Stephenson, Mamie B (I4261)
 
41 "Mamie was born in Mississippi. She and Frank G., were married in Brookhaven, Miss. They raised three of their four children. Frank and Son, Kenneth are buried at Heuck's Cemetary, Lincoln County, Miss. Mamie remarried to Willie F. Hemphill."  Herring, Mamie (I4517)
 
42 "Mary Susan and Council Taylor married in Alabama, and lived at Grady, Ala., where they began their family. Three Infants are buried there. They moved to Franklin County, Mississippi around 1884. Both are buried at Heuck's Cemetary, Lincoln Co., Miss. Mary Susan was the oldest daughter of Mary Polly and Miles B. Stephenson."  Stevenson, Mary 'Susan' (I928)
 
43 "Minnie Juanita Beasley (Anson, Texas) Minnie Juanita Beasley, 88, died Wednesday, September 3, 2008 at her home in Truby, Texas. Services will be 10:00 a.m. Saturday, September 6,2008 at Hawley Church of Christ with Dan Coker and P.B. Middlebrook officiating. Burial wil be in Hawley Cemtery directed by Lawrence-Adams Funeral Home. Born Novenber 29, 1919, Juanita was a daughter of W.H. and Lula (Hunter) Hollis. She married J.L. Besley on January 14, 1937 in Anson, Texas. They owned and operated Beasley Well Service in Hawley, Texas for many years. In 1972 they moved to Truby, Texas where they farmed, ranched and watched their grandkids grow up. Juanita served in many areas of her community. She was president of the Hawley Water Board and secretary of the Texas Cowboys Christmas Ball. She is preceded in death by her parents, two sisters and four brothers. Survivors include her husband, J.L. Beasley of Hawley; one son, J.L. Beasley, Jr. and wife, Dorothy of Aspermont; two daughters, Joy Ashworth of Anson, Judy Cooley and husband, Richard of Hawley; fourteen grandchildren, twenty one great grandchildren. Family visitaiton will be Friday, September 5, 2008, 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. at Lawrence-Adams Funeral Home, 732 Ave I in Anson." Hollis, Minnie Juanita (I1861)
 
44 "Mrs. Rankin was born at Avoca in Jones County. She was a graduate of Anson High School and attended Hardin-Simmons University. Beasley, Geraldine (I1836)
 
45 "Nell was born in Guin, Alabama"... and "lived in Guin most of her life and was a member of the Liberty Free Will Baptist Church. She had worked for Health - Tex and Guin Manufacturing..." (e-mail from Carol Johnson; Jan 24, 2008) Nell, Lora (I986)
 
46 "Nora Mae was born in Texas. She spent her young life around Overton, Texas, after her marriage to Elliott H., they moved to California. Most of their children were raised there. Nora Mae and Elliott were brought back to Pleasant Hill Cemetary for burial, near Henderson, Texas. We are very sorry that we were unable to get information on this family. We hope, what information we have will help the future Generation to add on to this Family."  Beasley, Nora 'Mae' (I4720)
 
47 "Nora" was stated as 16 years old in the 1910 census, single, and living with her parents. Beasley, Georgia Lenora (I2017)
 
48 "Odessa - John Wesley Beasley, 90, died Sunday at his home. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Frank W. Welson Funeral Director's chapel with the Rev. Jess Little officiating. Graveside services will be at 3 p.m. Tuesday in Bethel Cemetery in Funston. Beasley, John Wesley (I571)
 
49 "Pastoria was born in Alabama. Her mother (Mary Polly) and family moved to Mississippi around 1884. She and John are buried at Crowville, La. They lived in Mississippi and Louisiana most of their married life."  Stevenson, Eliza 'Pastoria' (I927)
 
50 "Paul Cornelious Jr. is Catholic and Carol Presbyterian, she is the daughter of Col. Wm. Yates McCachern and Vivianne E. (Lee). Thanks for their help on family Information."  Beasley, Paul Cornelius Jr (I3208)
 

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