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Descendants of Joseph Emmitt Beeman

Generation No. 1, Lot 11.1

1. JOSEPH EMMITT5 BEEMAN (WILLIAM HUNNICUTT4, JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1 BEAMAN)1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11 was born 29 April 1854 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, and died 23 December 1915 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas. He married (1) KATIE M. UNKNOWN12. She was born August 1854 in New York, and died Aft. 1920. He married (2) ANNA ELIZA RUSSEY13,14,15,16,17,18,19 07 December 1877 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas20,21,22, daughter of BENJAMIN RUSSEY and ELIZABETH PARKER. She was born 25 May 1848 in Winchester, Franklin County, Tennessee, and died November 1933.

Notes for JOSEPH EMMITT BEEMAN:
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One source shows Joseph's birth date as 24 Apr 1854.
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TRANSCRIBED FROM DALLAS NEWSPAPER DATED 1966 "DALLAS YESTERDAY"

EAST DALLAS SERVED BY JOE BEEMAN
By Sam Acheson

In the short but happy life of East Dallas (1882-1890), none of its City Hall functionaries was better known or more widely appreciated than City Marshall, Joe E. BEEMAN.

A nephew of John Neely BRYAN, founder of the original town of Dallas, BEEMAN was born on a Dallas County farm in 1854. He learned and practiced the trade of a blacksmith. He was 28 years old, when upon the incorporation of East Dallas in 1882, he was elected its first City Marshall.

As it turned out, BEEMAN was the only City Marshall East Dallas ever had. Although opposed for each subsequent term, he was triumphantly returned each time to the high office. He was alone, in fact, among all elected officials of this first satellite city of "Big D" to serve continuously from its birth to its death.

Curiously enough, BEEMAN's acclaim was based fully as much on his prowess as a writing man on his exploits in combating crime. His weekly reports, read in person to the East Dallas City Council, quickly became famous. They were generously quoted by Dallas newspapers for the guidance of citizens and taxpayers of East Dallas, as well as for the edification of the larger Dallas community.

When BEEMAN threatened at one time to give up written reports, the City Council passed a resolution requiring him to continue making them at each meeting.

Marshall BEEMAN may have anticipated the order. At least he was ready with a penciled statement to the effect, that during the past week he had made 11 arrests, 4 of which were for hog pen nuisances, 3 for disturbing the peace, 1 for carrying a pistol, and 3 for vagrancy. He added that he had notified several owners of hog and cow pens to abate the same, and he wound up by calling attention to the sad condition of paving on a number of streets, particularly the part of Elm Street that ran through the city.

The report, declared the Dallas News, was lauded and adopted. Relations between the ebullient City Marshall and the City Council were not always smooth. He reported one week that after arresting 3 men for assault to murder and 2 for disturbing the peace, he had been forced to turn his prisoners over "to the tender mercies of the sheriff" because East Dallas then, had "no place of durance." The Council took the barbed hint and promptly ordered a calaboose built next to the City Hall at Gaston and Hall.

On another critical occasion, the question of fees collected by the City Marshall caused a rift in the Council. BEEMAN explained that he arrested "all sorts of criminals for cities other than this, for counties, for the state and other states on Federal charges." He felt he was entitled to keep the fees. Alderman, Sam P. Bird, led those opposed, saying that the city paid the marshall a fixed salary. But Alderman, Fred Ganzer observed that the $500 a year salary was small indeed, and he favored letting BEEMAN retain the fees as well.

The same Alderman raised the further question of rewards collected for apprehending dangerous criminals, one for whom, a $1,000 reward had been posted.

"In that case," said Alderman, Charles O. Wood, "East Dallas ought to scoop up the reward."

This led Alderman, T. J. Murnane to say: "It might be well for this Council to sell shares in City Marshall BEEMAN. He may pan out handsomely some day and equal a Mexican silver mine."

When a vote was finally taken on a motion to pass all fees and rewards to the Treasury of East Dallas, the score stood 4 to 4. Mayor George W. Crutcher broke the tie by voting for the resolution. Undaunted by the Council action, BEEMAN presented a bill at the same meeting for $1.50 for having removed the decomposing carcass of a hog and dog. Although another Alderman - T. G. O'Reilly -- remarked that "if Mr. BEEMAN is interested in starting a butterine factory, he ought to whack up with the city," the Council allowed the bill.

Typical of BEEMAN's report was that of Nov 9, 1886, addressed to the City Council of East Dallas:

Nothing of interest until the 6th, when I buried 2 dogs and 1 mule.

Nothing of interest until the 14th, when I buried 1/2 barrel of dead fish.

On the 16th, I shot twice at Charlie Williams. On the 17th and 18th, made the same old trip around town.

On the 25th, went to the show and made 1 arrest for carrying a pistol and turned him over to the sheriff. Arrested 1 man for pickpocket and turned him loose. On the 29th, arrested 1 man for being drunk and carried him before Recorder Wood.

From Oct 30 to Nov 4, very dull.

P. S. -- Nov 7. Locked up 4 men for disturbing the peace and 1 for carrying a pistol, and all broke out of the calaboose. After court, Mr. Lyons and I repaired the calaboose.

Many years after East Dallas had been merged in 1890 with the parent city, its last mayor, George W. Crutcher, remembered BEEMAN's reports particularly for their unique character and humor." BEEMAN himself looked back on his public service with a somewhat sterner appraisal. In his own memoirs, used as the basis of an entry in a biographical dictionary of the 1890's, he recalled only that "during his administration as City Marshall, BEEMAN saw hard service, having been in 6 shooting affrays and having a large area at that time to look after."

East Dallas was a far-flung municipality, taking in at its peak 1,429 acres, or an area larger than that of Dallas itself. It extended from the eastern end of the present Central Business District to Henderson Avenue and from Ross Avenue on the North to the present State Fair Grounds on the South. Less than 300 people lived in East Dallas when it was incorporated by a vote of 65 to 2. But it grew phenomenally, before it was dissolved less than a decade later, there being an estimated 6,000 inhabitants by 1890. This was a population increase of more than 2,000 per cent -- a growth rate not to be equaled for more than half a century, or until the suburban cities of Dallas County took off in their fantastic expansions after 1950.
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Joseph BEEMAN, Blacksmith, Main & Duncan, is listed in the 1881-1882 Dallas County Directory.
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http://www.dallasgenealogy.org/witness/witnessbebi.htm

District Court Civil Case Papers
1846-1900

Witness ID: 1400
Name of Witness: Beeman, Joe
Residence: Dallas Co, TX
Plaintiff: Silliphant, Lemuel
Defendant: Gulf Colorado & Santa Fe Ry. Co.
Date of Test: 1885
Film #: 2069440
Case #: 4651(1883)
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Morrison & Fourmy's Directory of the City of Dallas, 1886-87

Beeman, Miss Amie, bds Miss Lillie Cain.
Beeman, Geo., lab. r. ns Main, bt Mill creek, T. T. Ry., E. Dallas.
Beeman, Joseph E., city marshal, E. Dallas, r. ss Main, bt. Walton, creek.
Beeman, Lee O., wagon yard, 951 Elm, r. ss Main, bt. Walton, creek., E. Dallas.
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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES

Memorial and Biographical History of Dallas County, 1892

By John Henry Brown

Submitted by Dorman Holub to Jim Wheat's "Dallas County
(Texas) Archives" website

     J. E. BEEMAN, one of the successful citizens of Dallas county, was born in this city, in 1854, the eldest child of William H. and M. E. (Dye) Beeman, natives of Illinois and Kentucky respectively. The father came with his parents, John and Emily Beeman, to Dallas in 1842, where he took up a headright, on a part of which the city of Dallas now stands, and both he and his wife still reside in this city. Our subject was reared and educated in Dallas, where he also learned the blacksmith's trade, which he followed continuously until 1882. In that year he was elected Marshal of East Dallas, also Assessor and Collector three terms, and in 1886 he was again elected City Marshall, having held that office from 1882 to 1889. In that year the two municipal governments united, making it all the city of Dallas. Mr. Beeman was the first and last City Marshall of East Dallas. After his marriage he settled on Elm Street, and in 1890 he bought a good residence on the corner of Kentucky and Residence streets, and also owns property on Kentucky street, which he rents.

     He was married in this city, in 1876, to Miss Annie E. Russey, a native of Tennessee and a daughter of B. F. and Elizabeth (Parker) Russey, the former a native of Virginia and the latter of Tennessee. The father followed farming and stock-raising until after his removal to Dallas, in October, 1874, when he engaged in the manufacture of brick. The mother died in Tennessee, in 1862, and the father died in Dallas city, in March, 1889. Mr. and Mrs. Beeman have had three children: Emmett Martin, Robert Earl and Eva Lena. Mr. Beeman is identified with the Democratic party, and during his administration as City Marshall, he saw hard service, having been in six shooting affrays, and at that time, had a large area to look over.

- Memorial & Biographical History of
Dallas County, Texas, 1892, pp. 747-748.
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More About JOSEPH EMMITT BEEMAN:
Burial: Beeman Memorial Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
23,24, Lot 11.1
Known as: "Joe" Beeman
Occupation: Bet. 1870 - 1882, Blacksmith
Occupation(s): 1880, Mechanic (1880 Census)
Occupation(ss): 1882, City Marshall, East Dallas, TX
Occupation(sss): Bet. 1886 - 1889, City Marshall, East Dallas, TX
Occupation(ssss): Bet. 1889 - 1890, City Marshall, East Dallas, TX (Dallas Directory)
Occupation(sssss): Bet. 1893 - 1894, Blacksmith (Dallas Directory)
Occupation(ssssss): Veterinary Surgeon (1900, 1910 Census)
Political Afiliation: Democrat
Residence: April 1854, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas
Residence(s): 1860, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
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Residence(ss): 1870, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX, Precinct 1
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Residence(sss): 1877, Elm Street, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Residence(ssss): 1880, Census, Dallas County, TX
Residence(sssss): Bet. 1890 - 1892, Corner Kentucky & Residence Street, 118 Burns, Dallas, Dallas County, TX (Dallas Directory)
Residence(ssssss): Bet. 1893 - 1894, Residence, 126 Kentucky, Dallas, TX (Dallas Directory)
Residence(t): 19 April 1910, Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX (Commerce Street)
Residence, Last: December 1915, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Spelling: Emmitt, Emmett (The Beemans of Texas)

Notes for KATIE M. UNKNOWN:

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"Katie" was "Joe's" first wife.

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More About KATIE M. UNKNOWN:
Residence: August 1854, NY
Residence(s): 13 June 1900, Census, Oasis, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX
Residence, Last: Aft. 1920

Notes for ANNA ELIZA RUSSEY:
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"Annie" was Joe's" second wife.
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More About ANNA ELIZA RUSSEY:
Burial: Rose Hill Cemetery, Corpus Christi, Nueces County, TX
Known as: "Annie" Beeman (1900 Census)
Known as(a): Anna Beeman (1910 Census)
Residence: May 1848, Winchester, Franklin County, TN
Residence(s): 1880, Census, Dallas County, TX
Residence(ss): 18 June 1900, Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Ward #12, Dallas County, TX (Burns Street)
Residence(sss): 28 April 1910, Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX (Kentucky Street)
Residence, Last: November 1933

More About JOSEPH BEEMAN and ANNA RUSSEY:
Marriage: 07 December 1877, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas
27,28,29

Children of JOSEPH BEEMAN and ANNA RUSSEY are:
i. MERREL
6 BEEMAN30, b. 15 February 1878, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; d. 03 March 1878, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

Notes for MERREL BEEMAN:
Two infants are buried to the West side of the Shaffner Lots. (No Dates) Later an elderly couple, (Mr. & Mrs. King were buried on top of these two children without permission. Who were the King's?)

More About MERREL BEEMAN:
Burial: Beeman Memorial Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
31,32,33
Residence: Dallas, Dallas County, TX

ii. EMMITT MARTIN BEEMAN34,35,36, b. 05 May 1879, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; d. Aft. 1920, Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana; m. LAURA MCMILLAN37,38,39, 31 July 1905, Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana40; b. Abt. 1879; d. 29 August 1964.

More About EMMITT MARTIN BEEMAN:
Burial: Centuries Memorial Park, Shreveport, Caddo Parish, LA
Known as: Emmitt Beeman (1880 Census)
Residence: May 1879, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Residence(s): 1880, Census, Dallas County, TX
Residence, Last: Aft. 1920, Shreveport, Caddo Parish, LA
Spelling: Emmitt, Emmett

More About EMMITT BEEMAN and LAURA MCMILLAN:
Marriage: 31 July 1905, Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana
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iii. FRED ERNEST BEEMAN41, b. 14 October 1880, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; d. 17 December 1884, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

More About FRED ERNEST BEEMAN:
Burial: ?Beeman Memorial Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Residence: 1880, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas
Residence, Last: 1884, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas

iv. CARL FRANKLIN BEEMAN42, b. 23 December 1883, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; d. 24 January 1890, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

More About CARL FRANKLIN BEEMAN:
Burial: ?Beeman Memorial Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX

v. INFANT BEEMAN43, b. 25 August 1885, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; d. 07 September 1885, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

Notes for INFANT BEEMAN:
Two infants are buried to the West side of the Shaffner Lots. (No Dates) Later an elderly couple, (Mr. & Mrs. King were buried on top of these two children without permission. Who were the King's?)

More About INFANT BEEMAN:
Burial: Beeman Memorial Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
44,45,46
Residence: Dallas , Dallas County, TX

vi. ROBERT EARL BEEMAN47,48,49,50,51, b. 05 October 1886, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; d. 22 April 1961; m. (1) FRANCES UNKNOWN52,53; b. Abt. 1901, Tennessee; m. (2) NETTIE CAROLINE RIDDLE.

More About ROBERT EARL BEEMAN:
Burial: Laural Land Cemetery, Oak Cliff, Dallas County, TX
Known as: Earl Beeman (1920 Census)
Known as(a): Robert E. Beeman (1900, 1910 Census)
Occupation: Printer (1910 Census)
Occupation(s): Proofwriter, Printing Office (1920 Census)
Prsnality/Interests: Secretary Beeman Memorial Cemetery Corp.
Residence: October 1886, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Residence(s): 18 June 1900, Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Ward #12, Dallas County, TX (Burns Street)
Residence(ss): 28 April 1910, Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX (Kentucky Street)
Residence(sss): 13 June 1920, Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX
Residence(ssss): December 1939, 4201 East Side, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
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Residence, Last: April 1961

Notes for FRANCES UNKNOWN:
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Frances was Robert Earl's 1st wife.
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More About FRANCES UNKNOWN:
Residence: 1901, TN
Residence(s): 13 January 1930, Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX

Notes for NETTIE CAROLINE RIDDLE:

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Nettie was Robert Earl's 2nd wife.

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vii. EVA LENA BEEMAN55,56,57, b. 04 August 1888, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; d. 02 November 1950, Yorktown, Dewitt County, Texas; m. ROY V. HIGH58,59,60, 22 June 191361; b. Abt. 1888, Texas; d. 03 January 1960, Cuero, Dewitt County, Texas.

Notes for EVA LENA BEEMAN:
Eva is buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Corpus Christi, Texas

More About EVA LENA BEEMAN:
Burial: Rose Hill Cemetery, Corpus Christi, Nueces County, TX
Known as: Eva Beeman
Known as(a): Eva L. Beeman (1900, 1910 Census)
Occupation: Milliner (1910 Census)
Residence: August 1888, Dallas , Dallas County, TX
Residence(s): 18 June 1900, Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, Ward #12, Burns Street
Residence(ss): 28 April 1910, Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX (Kentucky Street)
Residence, Last: November 1950, Yorktown, Dewitt County, TX

More About ROY V. HIGH:
Burial: Rose Hill Cemetery, Corpus Christi, Nueces County, TX

More About ROY HIGH and EVA BEEMAN:
Marriage: 22 June 1913
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Endnotes

1. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, p. 443B, 1655, 1648, Line #20, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
BEEMAN, Joseph E. 14 m w TX Can't Write.
2. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998,
BEEMAN, Joe E., 29 Apr 1854 - 23 Dec 1915.
3. 1860 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 191, p. 314A, 1324, 1330, Precinct #1, Dallas P. O., Enumerated 27 Sep 1860, BEEMAN, Joseph E. 7 m TX Attends school.
4. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
5. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 68,
Joseph Emmett BEEMAN, b. 1854; d. 1915.
6. Richard S. Jones, Garland, TX, Beeman Cemetery Survey, Apr 1996, Miscellaneous Grave Sites,
Joe E. BEEMAN, 29 Apr 1854-23 Dec 1915
(Son of John & Emily).
7. WFT#2:390 BEEMAN,
Joe BEEMAN.
8. WFT#2:390 HUNNICUTT,
Joe BEEMAN.
9. 1880 Census, Dallas County, TX, T9_1299, p. 129B, FHL Film #1255299,
Joseph BEEMAN 26 m w Mechanic TX IL KY;
Anna BEEMAN Wife 24 f w Keeping House TN VA MS;
Emmitt BEEMAN Son 1 m w TX TX TN.
10. 1900 Census, Oasis, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T623_1624, p. 10A, Enumerated 13 Jun 1900,
Joseph H. BEEMAN Son w m Apr 1854 46 mar. 2 yrs. TX IL VA Surgeon Veterinary.
11. 1910 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T624_1544, p. 87A, 66, 70, Enumerated 19 Apr 1910, Joseph E. BEEMAN m w 56 widower TX IL VA Veterinary Surgeon;
Eunice M. BEEMAN Mother f w 84 widow VA VA VA;
Mark BEEMAN Nephew m w 22 single TX TX TN.
12. 1900 Census, Oasis, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T623_1624, p. 10A, Enumerated 13 Jun 1900,
Katie M. BEEMAN Dau-in-law w f Aug 1854 45 mar. 2 yrs. 5 born 3 living NY NC TN.
13. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
14. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 68,
Annie E. RUSSEY.
15. WFT#2:390 BEEMAN,
Annie RUSSEY.
16. WFT#2:390 HUNNICUTT,
Annie RUSSEY.
17. 1880 Census, Dallas County, TX, T9_1299, p. 129B, FHL Film #1255299,
Anna BEEMAN Wife 24 f w Keeping House TN VA MS.
18. 1900 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T623_1625, p. 185A, 105, 121, Enumerated 18 Jun 1900, Ward #12, Burns Street,
Annie BEE(MAN) Head w f May 1854 46 mar. 7 born 3 living TN VA KY;
Robert E. BEEMAN Son w m Oct 1886 13 single TX TX TN;
Eva L. BEMAN Dau w f Aug 1888 11 single TX TX TN.
19. 1910 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T624_1544, p. 98A, 336, 356, Enumerated 28 Apr 1910, Anna E. BEEMAN Head f w 52 widow 7 born 3 living TN VA VA;
Robert E. BEEMAN Son m w 23 single TX TX TN Printer;
Eva L. BEEMAN Dau f w 21 single TX TX TN Milliner;
Anna M. MOMAND Boarder f w 50 widow 4 born 4 living AL AL AL.
20. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949, p. 6,
Joe, mar. Annie Russey.
21. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p 68,
Joseph Emmett BEEMAN mar. Annie E. RUSSEY.
22. BEN G. REAVIS b,
Joseph Emmitt BEEMAN mar. Anna Eliza RUSSEY, 7 Dec 1877.
23. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998, Lot 11.1,
Joe E. BEEMAN, b. 29 Apr 1854; d. 23 Dec 1915.
24. Coye Hawpe Beeman Cemetery Interment List from Ruth Cooper, Jun 1974,
Joseph Emmitt BEEMAN (stone), 24 Apr 1854 - 23 Dec 1915.
25. 1860 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 191, 314A, #1324, #1330, Precinct #1, Dallas P. O. Enumerated 27 Sep 1860, Joseph E. BEEMAN 7 m TX Attends school.
26. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, 443B, #1655, #1648, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
BEEMAN, Joseph E. 14 m w TX Can't Write.
27. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949, p. 6,
Joe, mar. Annie Russey.
28. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p 68,
Joseph Emmett BEEMAN mar. Annie E. RUSSEY.
29. BEN G. REAVIS b,
Joseph Emmitt BEEMAN mar. Anna Eliza RUSSEY, 7 Dec 1877.
30. BEN G. REAVIS b,
Merrel BEEMAN, b. 15 Feb 1878, Dallas, Dallas County, TX; d. 3 Mar 1878, Dallas, Dallas County, TX.
31. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
32. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998,
Did not locate markers in 1998 Survey.
33. Coye Hawpe Beeman Cemetery Interment List from Ruth Cooper, Jun 1974,
Two children of Joe Emmitt Beeman and wife (1) Annie Russey Beeman, No stones - No dates.
34. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
35. BEN G. REAVIS b,
Emmitt Martin BEEMAN, b. 5 May 1879, Dallas, Dallas County, TX; d. Aft. 1920, Shreveport, LA; bur. Centuries Memorial Park.
36. 1880 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 129B, FHL Film #1255299, NA Film T9-1299,
Emmitt BEEMAN Son 1 m w TX TX TN.
37. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
38. BEN G. REAVIS b,
Laura McMILLAN, b. Abt. 1879; d. 29 Aug 1964, Shreveport, LA.
39. WFT#2:390 HUNNICUTT,
Laura McMILLAN.
40. BEN G. REAVIS b,
Emmitt Martin BEEMAN mar. Laura McMILLAN, 31 Jul 1905, Shreveport, LA.
41. BEN G. REAVIS b,
Fred Ernest BEEMAN, b. 14 Oct 1880, Dallas, Dallas, County, TX; d. 17 Dec 1884, Dallas, Dallas County, TX.
42. BEN G. REAVIS b,
Carl Franklin BEEMAN, b. 23 Dec 1883, Dallas, Dallas County, TX; d. 24 Jan 1890, Dallas, Dallas County, TX.
43. BEN G. REAVIS b,
Son BEEMAN, b. 25 Aug 1885, Dallas, Dallas County, TX; d. 7 Sep 1885, Dallas, Dallas County, TX.
44. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
45. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998,
Did not locate marker in 1998 Survey.
46. Coye Hawpe Beeman Cemetery Interment List from Ruth Cooper, Jun 1974,
Two children of Joe Emmitt Beeman and wife (1) Annie Russey Beeman, No stones - No dates.
47. BEN G. REAVIS b,
Robert Earl BEEMAN, b. 5 Oct 1886, Dallas, Dallas County, TX; d. 22 Apr 1961; bur. Laural Land Cemetery (Oak Cliff).
48. WFT#2:390 HUNNICUTT,
Earl BEEMAN.
49. 1900 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T623_1625, p. 185A, 105, 121, Enumerated 18 Jun 1900, Ward #12, Burns Street,
Robert E. BEEMAN Son w m Oct 1886 13 single TX TX TN.
50. 1910 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T624_1544, p. 98A, 336, 356, Enumerated 28 Apr 1910, Robert E. BEEMAN Son m w 23 single TX TX TN Printer.
51. 1920 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T625_1792, p. 75B, 132, 140, Enumerated 13 Jan 1920,
Earl BEEMAN m w 33 mar. TX TX TN Proofwriter, Printing Office;
Frances BEEMAN Wife f w 19 mar. TN TN TN.
52. BEN G. REAVIS b,
Frances Unknown, b. Abt. 1901, TN.
53. 1920 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T625_1792, p. 75B, 132, 140, Enumerated 13 Jan 1920, Frances BEEMAN Wife f w 19 mar. TN TN TN.
54. Membership, Beeman Memorial Cemetery Association, Earl BEEMAN, 4201 East Side, Dallas, TX.
55. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
56. BEN G. REAVIS bgreavis@prodigy.net,
Eva Lena BEEMAN, b. 4 Aug 1888, Dallas, Dallas County, TX; d. 2 Nov 1950, Yorktown, TX; bur. Rose Hill Cemetery, Corpus Christi, TX.
57. 1900 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T623_1625, p. 185A, 105, 121, Enumerated 18 Jun 1900, Ward #12, Burns Street,
Eva L. BEEMAN Dau w f Aug 1888 11 single TX TX TN.
58. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
59. BEN G. REAVIS b,
Roy V. HIGH, b. abt. 1888, TX; d. 3 Jan 1960, Cuero, TX; bur. Rose Hill Cemetery, Corpus Christi, TX.
60. WFT#2:390 HUNNICUTT,
R. V. HIGH.
61. BEN G. REAVIS b,
Roy V. HIGH mar. Eva Lena BEEMAN, 22 Jun 1913.