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Descendants of William Hunnicutt Beeman

Generation No. 1, Lot 2.1

1. WILLIAM HUNNICUTT4 BEEMAN (JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1 BEAMAN)1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13 was born 11 May 1827 in Greene County, Illinois14,15, and died 14 January 1905 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas16. He married MARTHA EUNICE DYE17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24 25 September 1851 in Dallas County, Texas25,26,27,28, daughter of BENJAMIN DYE and SARAH COZEAN. She was born 30 April 1825 in Oldham County, Kentucky29, and died 22 May 1912 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

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     Dallas, Texas, Jan. 2 (Special correspondence). Three and one-half miles east of the news office, standing in a pretty grove of post oaks, about 30 paces from the track of the Texas and Pacific Railroad, stands the modest home of the two oldest living pioneer settlers of Dallas county ( Mr. and Mrs. William H. BEEMAN. These venerable settlers of the then western wilds of Texas date their residence here from a period prior to the organization of Dallas County, prior to the settlement of Peter's colony, prior to the annexation of the Republic of Texas to the Federal Union.

     William H. BEEMAN was born in Greene[e] County, Ill. on May 11, 1827. His father, John BEEMAN, was a farmer, who moved from Illinois to what is now Bowie County, Texas, in 1840, stopping for a year near Dalby Springs. He was accompanied by his brother James J. BEEMAN and family, and some five years later, another brother, Samuel, moved to Texas. Including the children born in Dallas County, the total offspring of the three pioneers numbered 24 sons and daughters.

Previous portion of article from the Dallas Morning News, 2 Jan 1902.
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Mr. and Mrs. William H. BEEMAN

The First Citizens of This Section of Dallas

(Edited and submitted by M C Toyer)

     Biographical Note: William Hunnicutt BEEMAN was the first son of Dallas pioneer settlers John and Emily Hunnicutt BEEMAN. William was born in Illinois in 1827, and came to Texas with his family in 1840, settling first in Red River County. In the spring and summer of 1841, John BEEMAN and his half-brother, James Jackson BEEMAN, participated in the militia campaigns to clear hostile Indians from the Three Forks area of North Texas. Later that year, Jonathan Bird and other militia members and pioneer families, including John BEEMAN's nephew, John S. BEEMAN, constructed and occupied Bird's Fort, near the present day Arlington. In early 1842, they were invited by John Neely BRYAN to join him in his new settlement, in what soon became Dallas.

     Margaret BEEMAN, sister of William, married John Neely BRYAN in 1843.

     William BEEMAN married Martha DYE in 1851; their union produced 12 children. They lived on the original John BEEMAN land claim on White Rock Creek. William died in 1905 and Martha died in 1912. They are buried in the BEEMAN Family Cemetery near their home, and next to the graves of John and Emily BEEMAN.

     When the decision was made to form a county in 1846, John BEEMAN traveled to Austin to present the petition to the State Legislature. Because the county was not yet established, the settlement of Dallas, still within Nacogdoches County, the Legislature refused to recognize the petitioner from Dallas. The representative of Robertson County, west of the Trinity River, agreed to present the petition, and when it was later ratified, William BEEMAN, still a teenager, traveled alone, 170 miles, to Franklin to retrieve the certificate.

     The original name choice for the county was Polk, in honor of then President James K Polk, but that had already been taken. The name Dallas was then selected by the Legislature, in honor of Vice President George M Dallas. Dallas County, and the City of Dallas, share that common name, but most likely, were each named for different individuals.

    This article posted on Jim Wheat's Web Site

http://freepages.history.rootsweb.com/~jwheat/beemanint02.html

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     Information source on William Hunnicutt BEEMAN

     "Memorial and Biographical History, Dallas County, Texas," The Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago (1892), Dallas Public Library, p 856.
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#5583: Memorial & Biographical History of Dallas County, Texas, 1892.

     WILLIAM H. BEEMAN, a pioneer of Dallas county, Texas, was born in Greene County, Illinois, in May, 1827, the third in a family of 10 children born to John and Emily (HONEYCUTT) BEEMAN, natives of Georgia and South Carolina, respectively. The father moved to Illinois in an early day, settling near Alton, where he was subsequently married. He was a farmer and millwright by trade, and also ran a ferry and wood yard in Illinois. He emigrated to Texas with horse teams in 1840, having bought 640 acres before starting, of a frontier trader, and located 80 miles from any settlement. The first six months, he lived in a fort, and afterward located on land that is now within the city limits. He always made this county his home, and his death occurred in 1850; the mother is still living, residing on Ten Mile creek, Dallas County. William H. BEEMAN was reared and educated in Illinois, and at the age of 14 years, came to Texas and aided in opening up the home farm. He commenced life for himself in Dallas, in the carriage and wagon makers' trade, and in 1851, commenced business for himself on Elm Street, which he continued about 15 years. Mr. BEEMAN cleared the land where his three-story brick building now stands, known as Deering Block, on Elm Street. After the war broke out, Mr. BEEMAN moved to his farm, where he has 77 acres in a good state of cultivation, having given most of his land to his children. He was married in Dallas County, in 1851, to Martha DYE, a native of Virginia, and a daughter of Benjamin and Sarah DYE, also natives of Virginia. The parents settled in Kentucky in an early day, and in 1847, came to Dallas, where the father died in 1852, and the mother a few years later.

     Mr. and Mrs. BEEMAN have had 10 children. The living are: 1. J. E., in East Dallas, 2. Nevada, 3. Addie, wife of Benjamin Say(g)e, of Dallas County, 4. Holly, of East Dallas, 5. L. O., at home, 6. Roxie, also at home.

     Mr. BEEMAN has seen the complete development of Dallas County, and rode in the first wagon that ever came into Dallas. Politically, he is a Democrat, has always taken an interest in everything for the good of the county, and aids materially in all public enterprises. He assisted in the organization of the county, having ridden 140 miles on horseback to see the judge and get an order to organize.
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     "William H. BEEMAN migrated to the Peters Colony as a single man prior to 1 Jul 1848. He was issued a land certificate by Thomas William Ward in 1850, which he sold, unlocated. It was later patented in Dallas County (Robertson Third Class Certificate No. 1726). He is listed on the Census of 1850 (Dallas County, Family No. 421) as a 23-year-old farmer, born in Illinois."

     PRECEEDING NOTE is from page 187, "The Peters Colony of Texas" by Connor, Seymour V. 976.4 c752p, found in the Genealogy section of the Dallas Public Library.
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     THE FOLLOWING NOTES are transcribed from the "Memorial and Biographical History of Dallas County", Page #178.

     Mr. W.(illiam) H.(unnicutt) BEEMAN, while a quiet and retired old gentleman, was one of the most interesting of the old pioneers attending the reunion at Garland. He came to Texas from Illinois with his father (John Beeman) in 1840, and settled in what is now Dallas County in 1842.

     Mr. (John) Beeman was the first to break the sod for agricultural pursuits in the county in the spring of 1842. It was a plat of 7 or 8 acres, about 4 miles east of the City of Dallas.

     At the same time, he erected the second house built in Dallas County, the first being a log structure put up by John Neely BRYAN, the founder of Dallas, a few weeks before, whose cabin stood, Mr. BEEMAN says, at the foot of Main Street.

     Speaking of early life in Dallas County, Mr. BEEMAN said to a news reporter, "We lived very hard at first. We had wild meats and bread. I dressed the buckskins and made my moccasins and clothes, except shirts, for 3 years. We finger-picked cotton, which the women used in weaving clothes and shirts for the men. For 2 years, we beat our meal for bread on a mortar, or ground it in a hand mill. We had to buy corn in Fannin County."

     "I rode in the first wagon, and cut the road as we went into Dallas. We came in after cedar timber, which we cut to build a fence around Ham(pton) (Wade) RATTAN's grave. Rattan, who was a brother-in-law of Governor Throckmorton, was killed by the Indians on Elm Fork, while he was out bear hunting (on 25 December 1841). He was buried 20 miles west of Dallas at Bird's Fort, but nobody knows, to-day, where his grave is."

     Although Mr. (William) BEEMAN was one of the most active participants in the organization of the County, and has been a constant resident of the County, he has never held, and never sought, office. "When the County was organized in 1846," he said, "I went and got the order from the county seat of Robertson County at Franklin. I rode a mustang and went alone. It was Indian Territory then, and the trip was attended with considerable risk. I camped out each night. When I was returning home one night, on the other side of Richland Creek, I saw a herd of buffaloes gathered in a great herd, which became wild with fright, and I could not tell the roar of the storm from the sound of the moving buffaloes. I sought protection in a skirt of timber close by.

     "I assisted in building the first ferryboat that was ever put in the Trinity at Dallas. We took two large cottonwood logs, and after digging them out like canoes, we fastened them together with puncheon. This was the floor. We had no rope; buffalo rawhide stretched so, that we could not use it, so we took buffalo hair and twisted it into a rope, with which we towed the boat. The boat was located at what is now the foot of Commerce Street bridge, and we carried across the river in it, all the early settlers of the County."

     "The Indians used to give us a great deal of trouble. When we came to Dallas County, we left our team of horses at Honey Grove, fearing the Indians would get them if we brought them farther. We drove oxen from Honey Grove to Dallas. Once, the Indians made a raid just across the river from Dallas and stole about 18 head of horses. A party of 19 of us followed them to Wise County, and there, we lost track of them among the friendly Indians. When we started home, we ran out of provisions and bought some meat from the Indians. It was said to be horse meat, but it tasted good to a half-starved man."

     "We traveled the next day without anything to eat, and that night, I shot a wild turkey on Denton Creek. Nineteen men fed on it, and we got up hungry. When we struck Elm Fork, I killed a deer, which we roasted and ate without salt or bread; but fortunately for us, we reached home the next night."

     "We lived peaceably and enjoyed ourselves those days. We had no trouble. Everybody was honest. I remember the first case of stealing that I ever heard of in the County. A young man was driving sheep down Elm fork to Dallas. On the way down, he entered a place and stole a butcher knife and a comb, and some other articles. He was overtaken, and the parties gave him his choice between a certain number of lashes, and prosecution in the courts at Dallas. He said that he would take the lashes, but he wished a thousand rails that he had not committed the theft. That was a common expression of regret those days. To split a thousand rails was a big task. I believe if more of that kind of punishment was inflicted today, we would have less stealing."

     "I remember the burning of Dallas in 1860. I was not in town that day. The fire started on the west side of the square at Wallace Peak's drug store. While the people were at work trying to check it, at that point, it broke out on the east side, and then they told me it broke out here and there, so fast, that they could not keep up with it."

     "There is no doubt, but the negroes fired the town. They said they did, and the two white preachers, whom they said had put them up to it, were whipped and set out of the country."

     "Just before the fire, Alex. Cockrell had built a 3-story brick tavern. The building was 50 x 100 feet, and it was the largest and finest building in all north Texas. It burned. A brick wareroom on the north side of Commerce Street covers the spot where this tavern was built. I kept the first tavern in Dallas in a small house on the north side of the square. Old man Tom Crutchfield rented it, and finally, he built the old Crutchfield house on the northwest corner of the square, which was burned several times."

     "But speaking of the hanging of the 3 negroes for setting fire to Dallas in 1860, when excavations were being made for the Texas & Pacific Railway bridge across the Trinity at Dallas, their bones were unearthed. They were buried there after they were hanged."

     "I remember the first legal hanging in the County. It was the first trial for murder, and the negro woman, who had split a man's head open with an axe, while he was asleep, was hanged."

     "I remember when steamboats were on the Trinity. I made the trip on the "Sallie Haynie" from Magnolia to the mouth of East Fork. I am a firm believer in the navigation of the Trinity to Dallas. I think it can be done with the expenditure of a little money, in cleaning out drifts and cutting overhanging timber, and I believe that boats can be run here 6 to 9 months each year."

     "We were subject to many privations and many hardships in the early days. When we left home, we did not know but that on our return, we would find our families butchered by the Indians, or that we, ourselves, would be shot and killed. A part of the time, we were in constant dread and fear, and we invited immigration. We welcomed the newcomer and divided what we had with him. We wanted to increase our numbers and help keep back the foe."

     Mr. (William) BEEMAN married Miss Martha E.(unice) DYE, near what is now the town of Garland, TX, in 1851. They have 8 (living) children and a number of grandchildren. His sister, Margaret, who is yet living, was the wife of John Neely BRYAN.
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In the Dallas Morning News, Sunday January 26, 1902

     Mr. & Mrs. William Hunnicutt Beeman, Incidents of the Early Days in Texas -- The First Citizens of This Section of the State : (This was an interview)

     "...Indian depredations continued in this section for several years after the advent of the Beemans. In 1843, after a vain attempt of President Houston to assemble a council of chiefs of the various tribes then in this section at Grape Vine Springs (near present town of Grape Vine), he had to return to his official duties at the capital, and left Gen. E. H. Tarrant and Geo. W. Terrill, with John H. Reagan as pilot and Col. Thos. L. Smith, commander of the escort, to effect a treaty of peace. This was finally accomplished at Johnson's Station, a point three miles south of the present town of Arlington. Since that time, Dallas County has been exempt from Indian raids, though, for many years afterwards, counties to the west suffered great annoyance. Up to about 1841, Indians made raids as far east as English's Fort (Bonham now). Wm. H. Beeman says, that when his father and family arrived there on their way out to Bird's Fort, in the latter part of that year, he saw an Indian scalp nailed upon the gable of the trading-house. The red skin had been killed in the recent raid into that section..."

     In 1960, an attorney from Weatherford, Fred R. Cotten, wrote to Ruth & included a sketch he had written on James J. Beeman, Jr. In this, is only one sentence having to do with the treaty:

     "...President Sam Houston was eager for a treaty with the Indians, and Beeman was present at the meeting near Bird's Fort on Sept. 29, 1843, when General Edward H. Tarrant and George W. Terrell concluded their treaty..."
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William set up residence on White Rock Creek in 1842. Later, he moved east of Fair Park, Dallas County, TX.
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1860 Census, Dallas County, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1

1324 1330 W. H. Beeman 34M Waggon wright 1800 600 IL
Martha (Dye) 34 F KY
Joseph E. 7 M TX
Nevada 6 F TX
Ada 5 F TX
Sonoma 4 F TX
Sarah 2 F TX
Infant (William Francis)
4/12 M TX

 

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Adelaide Dye 18F KY
Benj Dye 32M Farmer KY
George Dye 21M Farmer KY
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1870 Dallas County, TX, Agriculture Census

     William H. BEEMAN: 20 acres of land, improved; 60 acres woodland; 10 acres unimproved land; $2600 Value of farm; $26 Value of equipment; 4 Horses; 1 Mule; 2 Working oxen; 12 Milch cows; 15 Other cows; 50 Swine; $635 Value of all livestock; 300 bushels Indian corn; 20 bushels winter wheat; 2 Cotton bales; 15 bushels Sweet potatoes; $100 Value of slaughtered animals; $347 Value of all farm production.
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http://www.dallasgenealogy.org/witness/witnessbebi.htm

District Court Civil Case Papers
1846-1900

Witness ID: 3492
Name of Witness: Beeman, W. H.
Residence: Dallas Co, TX
Plaintiff: Young, W. C.
Defendant: Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Ry.
Date of Test: Jan 1893
Notes: Trial witness
Film #: 2078898
Case #: 7918(1889)

Witness ID: 832
Name of Witness: Beeman, William
Residence:
Plaintiff: Lagow, Margaret A. S. (Mrs)
Defendant: Jones, R. H. & S. F. (wife)
Date of Test: Dec 1879
Notes: Trial witness
Film #: 2057456
Case #: 3282(1876)

Witness ID: 948
Name of Witness: Beeman, William
Residence: Dallas Co, TX
Plaintiff: Lygo, James B.
Defendant: Amazon Insurance Co.
Date of Test: 1881
Notes: Trial witness
Film #: 2057673
Case #: 3513(1877)

Witness ID: 981
Name of Witness: Beeman, William
Residence: Dallas Co, TX
Plaintiff: Lygo, James B.
Defendant: Fire Association of Philadelphia
Date of Test: 1881
Notes: Trial witness
Film #: 2057673
Case #: 3515(1877)

Witness ID: 436
Name of Witness: Beeman, William H.
Residence:
Plaintiff: Bryan, E. P. et al
Defendant: Shirley, Thomas et al
Date of Test: 1877
Notes: Trial witness. 49 y/o
Film #: 2056571
Case #: 2150(1874)

Witness ID: 2700
Name of Witness: Beemar, William
Residence: Dallas Co, TX
Plaintiff: Tuggle, Mary E. et al
Defendant: Hughes, W. E.
Date of Test: 1891
Notes: Trial witness
Film #: 2071027
Case #: 6785(1888)

 

Witness ID: 1524
Name of Witness: Beeman, Mr.
(NOTE: This could be W. H. Beeman)
Residence:
Plaintiff: Cullen, Frederick
Defendant: Misouri Pacific Ry. Co.
Date of Test: 1885
Notes: Trial witness
Film #: 2069442
Case #: 4725(1883)

Witness ID: 947
Name of Witness: Beeman, Mrs.
(NOTE: Not sure which Mrs. Beeman)
Residence: Dallas Co, TX
Plaintiff: Lygo, James B.
Defendant: Amazon Insurance Co.
Date of Test: 1881
Notes: Trial witness
Film #: 2057673
Case #: 3513(1877)
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     "Memorial and Biographical History, Dallas County, Texas," The Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago (1892), Dallas Public Library, p 856.

     "Mr. and Mrs. Beeman have had ten children. The living are: J. E., in East Dallas; Nevada; Addie, wife of Benjamin Saye (Sage), of Dallas county; Holly, of East Dallas; L. O., at home; and Roxie, also at home." p. 747.
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     W. H. is buried in the Beeman Memorial Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX.
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     More About WILLIAM HUNNICUTT BEEMAN:
Burial: Beeman Memorial Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
30,31,32, Lot 2.1
Cause of Death: Pneumonia
Died of: Pneumonia
Known as: William Beeman (1870, 1900 Census)
Occupation: Farmer (1850 Census)
Occupation(s): Bet. 1851 - 1866, Wagonwright (1860, 1870 Census), Wheelwright, Deering & Elm Street, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Occupation(ss): Landlord (1900 Census)
Political Afiliation: Democrat
Residence: May 1827, Greene County, IL
Residence(s): 1840, IL
Residence(ss): 1842, Settled on White Rock Creek, East portion of later Dallas, TX
Residence(sss): 1850, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
33
Residence(ssss): 1860, Census, Dallas County, TX, Dallas P. O.
34
Residence(sssss): 1870, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX, Precinct 1
35
Residence(ssssss): 1880, Census, Dallas County, TX, ED 59
Residence(t): 13 June 1900, Census, Oasis, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX
Residence(tt): 1903, Rural Route #3, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Residence(ttt): 1904, Rural Route #3, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Residence, Last: January 1905, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Spelling: Beeman (1900 Census), Beaman

Notes for MARTHA EUNICE DYE:
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     Mrs. W. H. BEEMAN, whose maiden name was Martha DYE, was born in Oldham County, Kentucky, April 30, 1825. She came with her father Benjamin DYE to Texas in 1842, settling upon Whiterock Creek near the present town of Garland, where her father died a few years later. She was married to William H. BEEMAN in 1851. Twelve children were born to this union, six of whom are now living in Dallas County. Both Mr. and Mrs. BEEMAN, though "up in years," are living in the enjoyment of good health and seem contented and happy. They are proud of the distinction of being the oldest living pioneers of the great County of Dallas, and they love to talk over their early days of strenuous, yet pleasant, pioneer life. They related many interesting incidents of Dallas, and recalled with affectionate regard, the names of a number of pioneer friends who have "crossed over the river to rest in the shade of the trees."

Previous portion of an article in the Dallas Morning News, 2 Jan 1902.
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The 1850 Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX, shows Eunice M. (23) born in VA.
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The 1860 Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX, shows Martha (34) born in KY.
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The 1870 Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX, shows Martha E. (45) born in KY.
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The 1880 Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX, shows Eunice M. (55) born in VA.
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The 1910 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, shows Eunice M. (84) widow, born in VA, living with son, Joseph E.
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Martha E. BEEMAN is listed as Executor for Wm. H. BEEMAN (deceased) in Case #2720, Dallas County, TX.
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More About MARTHA EUNICE DYE:
Burial: Beeman Memorial Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
36,37, Lot 2.1
Cause of Death: Stroke
Died of: Stroke
Known as: Martha E. Beeman (1900 Census)
Known as(a): Eunice M. Beeman (1910 Census)
Name(s): Eunice Martha Dye (1850, 1880 Census, Ruth Cooper)
Occupation: Tailor
Residence: April 1825, Oldham County, Kentucky
38
Residence(s): 1850, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
39
Residence(ss): 1860, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
40
Residence(sss): 1870, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX, Precinct 1
41
Residence(ssss): 1880, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Residence(sssss): 13 June 1900, Census, Oasis, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX
Residence(ssssss): 19 April 1910, Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX
Residence, Last: May 1912, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Spelling: Eunice (1880, 1910 Census), Eunis (1850 Census, Inez Criddle)

More About WILLIAM BEEMAN and MARTHA DYE:
Marriage: 25 September 1851, Dallas County, Texas
42,43,44,45
Married by: Jas. A. Smith, M. G.

Children of WILLIAM BEEMAN and MARTHA DYE are: Lot 2.1
i. ISADORA
5 BEEMAN46,47,48, b. 1852, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; d. 1852, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

Notes for ISADORA BEEMAN: Lot 1.3

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Isadora is the first born (1852) of Wm H. and Martha Beeman, buried in the Beeman Cemetery, Dallas, Texas. She died in infancy.

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More About ISADORA BEEMAN:
Burial: Beeman Memorial Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
49,50
Residence: 1852, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas
Spelling: Isadora (gravemarker), Isodora (The Beemans of Texas)
Spelling(s): Beeman, Beaman

ii. JOSEPH EMMITT BEEMAN51,52,53,54,55,56,57,58,59,60,61, b. 29 April 1854, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; d. 23 December 1915, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; m. (1) KATIE M. UNKNOWN62; b. August 1854, New York; d. Aft. 1920; m. (2) ANNA ELIZA RUSSEY63,64,65,66,67,68,69, 07 December 1877, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas70,71,72; b. 25 May 1848, Winchester, Franklin County, Tennessee; d. November 1933.

Notes for JOSEPH EMMITT BEEMAN: Lot 11.1
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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
Notes:
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
73,74
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
75
Residence(ss): 1870, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX, Precinct 1
76
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
77,78,79

iii. NEVADA BEEMAN80,81,82, b. 1855, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas83.

Notes for NEVADA BEEMAN:
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Nevada BEEMAN is listed in "The Beemans of Texas", Vol. 1, p. 68, as b. 1855, never married.
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Nevada is "Novodo" in the 1870 Census, Dwelling #1655, Family #1648 Dallas County, TX.
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More About NEVADA BEEMAN:
Known as: "Nin" Beeman
Residence: Dallas, Dallas County, Texas
Residence(s): 1860, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
84
Residence(ss): 1870, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX, Precinct 1
85
Spelling: Nevada (1860 Census), Novado (1870 Census)
Spelling(s): Beeman, Beaman

iv. ADDIE ELIZABETH BEEMAN86,87,88,89,90,91, b. March 1856, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; d. 1913, Rockwall, Rockwall County, Texas; m. BENJAMIN THOMAS SAGE92,93,94,95,96, 15 December 1872, Kaufman County, Texas97; b. 27 May 1847, Oldham County, Kentucky; d. Rockwall, Rockwall County, Texas.

Notes for ADDIE ELIZABETH BEEMAN:
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Addie is a twin of Ellison Rice BEEMAN.
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Addie is "Adda" in the 1870 Census, Dallas County, TX, and "Ada" in the 1860 Census.
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Addie married her first cousin, Ben SAGE.
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More About ADDIE ELIZABETH BEEMAN:
Known as: Addie Beeman
Residence: Rockwall, Rockwall County, TX
Residence(s): 1860, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
98
Residence(ss): 1870, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX, Precinct 1
99
Residence(sss): 1880, Census, Precinct 3, Dallas County, TX
Residence(ssss): 1904, Rural Route #4, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Residence, Last: 1913, Rockwall, Rockwall County, TX
Spelling: Addie, Ada (1860 Census), Adda (1870 Census)
Spelling(s): Beeman, Beaman

Notes for BENJAMIN THOMAS SAGE:
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"Ben" SAGE was Elizabeth's first Cousin.
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1850 Census, Dallas County, TX

Page 100B 403 418 Daniel SAGE 47 M Farmer Ky
Jane 34 f Va
Sarah E 13 f Ky
Lucy J 11 f Ky
Mary K 8 f Ky
Hariett E 6 f Ky
William H 4 m Ky
Benjamin F 3 m Ky
James A 1 m Ky
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More About BENJAMIN THOMAS SAGE:
Died at: Rockwall, Rockwall County, TX
Known as: "Ben" Sage
Known as(a): "B. T." Sage (TX Pension)
Pension: #32087, ID #36553, Dallas County, TX
Residence: Rockwall, Rockwall County, TX
Residence(s): 1870, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
100
Residence(ss): 1880, Census, Precinct 3, Dallas County, TX
Residence, Last: Rockwall, Rockwall County, TX
Spelling: Benjamin, Benjamine (Kaufman Co., Marriage Records)

More About BENJAMIN SAGE and ADDIE BEEMAN:
Marriage: 15 December 1872, Kaufman County, Texas
101

v. ELISON RICE BEEMAN102,103,104, b. March 1856, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas105,106; d. Bef. 1860, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

Notes for ELISON RICE BEEMAN:

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Ellison is a twin of Addie Elizabeth. She died in infancy and is also buried in the BEEMAN Family Cemetery, Dallas, Texas.

Ellison is not listed in the 1860 Census, Dallas County, TX. She would have then been 4.

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More About ELISON RICE BEEMAN:
Burial: Beeman Memorial Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
107,108, Lot 1.4
Residence: March 1856, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Spelling: Ellison, Elison (gravemarker)
Spelling(s): Beeman, Beaman

vi. SONOMA BEEMAN109,110,111,112,113,114, b. 06 December 1857, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas115; d. 06 August 1950, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas115; m. FRANKLIN MYERS116,117, 15 October 1874, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas118,119,120; b. 04 June 1838, South Carolina121; d. 30 March 1879, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas121.

Notes for SONOMA BEEMAN:
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Sonoma always made the grandkids her fine homemade cinnamon rolls!
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More About SONOMA BEEMAN:
Occupation: Harness & Saddle stitcher for Padgett Bros., Dallas, TX
Residence: December 1857, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Residence(s): 1860, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
122
Residence(ss): 1870, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX, Precinct 1
123
Residence(sss): 1880, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Residence, Last: August 1950, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Spelling: Sonoma (1860 Census), Senoma (1870, 1880 Census)

More About FRANKLIN MYERS:
Known as: "Frank" Myers (marriage)
Residence: June 1838, SC
Residence, Last: March 1879, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas

More About FRANKLIN MYERS and SONOMA BEEMAN:
Marriage: 15 October 1874, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas
124,125,126

vii. SARAH CARA LEITIS BEEMAN127,128,129,130,131,132,133,134,135, b. 04 May 1859, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas136; d. 26 November 1935, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas137; m. GEORGE SHAFFNER, JR.138,139,140,141,142,143, 19 May 1874, Dallas County, Texas144,145; b. 09 February 1845, St. Louis, Missouri; d. 14 August 1918, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

Notes for SARAH CARA LEITIS BEEMAN: Lot 12.2, 12.3
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Pam Hooser has Sarah Carra Latice BEEMAN. Coye Hawpe has Sarah Carra Leitus BEEMAN SHAFFNER. Brenda Beaman Parker has Sarah Carra Leitis BEAMAN.
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More About SARAH CARA LEITIS BEEMAN:
Burial: Beeman Memorial Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
146,147, Lot 12.2
Known as: Carra Beeman, (Cara, gravemarker)
Known as(a): Sarah (1860, 1870 Census)
Known as(b): Sarah C. Beeman (1870 Census, marriage)
Residence: May 1859, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas
Residence(s): 1860, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
148
Residence(ss): 1870, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX, Precinct 1
149
Residence, Last: November 1935, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Spelling: Leitis (The Beemans of Texas), Latice (Coye Hawpe)
Spelling(s): Cara (gravemarker), Carra (Ruth Cooper,The Beemans of Texas, WFT#2:390 Beeman, Brenda Beaman Parker)
Spelling(ss): Beeman, Beaman

More About GEORGE SHAFFNER, JR.:
Burial: Beeman Memorial Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
150,151, Lot 12.3
Residence: February 1845, St. Louis, Missouri
Residence, Last: August 1918, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Spelling: Shaffner, Shoffner

More About GEORGE SHAFFNER and SARAH BEEMAN: Lot 12.2, 12.3
Marriage: 19 May 1874, Dallas County, Texas
152,153
Married by: S. D. Davenport, Clergy

viii. WILLIAM FRANCIS BEEMAN154,155,156,157, b. 04 May 1860, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas158; d. 16 July 1877, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas158,159.

Notes for WILLIAM FRANCIS BEEMAN: Lot 12.3
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"Frank's" grave marker in the BEEMAN Family Cemetery shows 4 May 1860 - 16 Jul 1877.
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More About WILLIAM FRANCIS BEEMAN:
Burial: 17 July 1877, Beeman Memorial Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
160,161,162, Lot 2.2
Known as: "Frank" Beeman (The Beemans of Texas)
Residence: May 1860, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
163
Residence(s): 1870, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX, Precinct 1
164
Residence, Last: July 1877, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Spelling: Beeman, Beaman

ix. LEE ORAN BEEMAN165,166,167,168,169,170,171,172,173, b. 24 January 1862, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; d. 12 May 1947, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; m. (1) WILLIE P. RUSSEY174,175,176, 16 June 1884, Dallas County, Texas177,178; b. 1864, Tennessee; d. Abt. 1889, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; m. (2) MAUD ALICE HERRIN179,180,181,182,183,184,185,186, 29 November 1891; b. November 1872, Texas; d. 1940, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

Notes for LEE ORAN BEEMAN:
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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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Spelling for Oran (Oren - obituary, gravemarker) (Orem), Oram (The Beemans of Texas)
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Known as "Uncle Bud" "Buddy".
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OBITUARY: Dallas Times Herald, Tue May 13, 1947, LEE BEEMAN CITY PIONEER DIES AT 85

     A colorful figure of the dawn era of Dallas, Lee Oren BEEMAN, 85, son of one of the earliest families to settle in Dallas County, died Monday at a Dallas Hospital.

     Staunch supporter to the end of the rugged individualism which pushed forward the mushroom development of Dallas, he took a vital interest in Local, State, and personal politics and loved to argue issues and personalities. Last in several generations of blacksmiths, he operated during most of his life, a blacksmith shop on Exposition Avenue, opposite from the State Fair Grounds. Strong was his contempt for technological innovations, and he insisted upon using only hand tools to ply his trade. He lived at 5118 Gurley Avenue.

     Funeral services will be conducted at 10 am Wednesday at Charles F. Weiland Funeral Chapel. Ralph Arceneaux, Pastor of Cockrell Hill Church of Christ of which Mr. BEEMAN was a member, and Coleman Overby, Pastor of the Pearl and Bryan Church of Christ, will officiate. Interment will be in Grove Hill Cemetery.

Nicknamed "Uncle Bud".

     "Uncle Bud", as he was familiarly known, was the son of the first man to cultivate a field in Dallas County. His grandfather, John BEEMAN and his father William H. BEEMAN, prodded the first wagons into Dallas County in 1842. In that year, W. H. BEEMAN built the second cabin in the County. John Neely BRYAN, first Dallas County pioneer, had raised the first cabin that same year. BRYAN shortly married one of the BEEMAN daughters, Margaret.

     When, 4 years later, Dallas County was organized, W. H. BEEMAN rode through Indian country to Franklin, Robertson County, to return with court authorization for the birth of Dallas County as such.

Birthplace near Fair Park.

     Lee Oren BEEMAN was born in 1862 on a 640 acre family tract just east of the Fair grounds. He began blacksmithing as a youth and continued until his age demanded less strenuous activities. Then he opened a small cafe on East Grand Avenue, which he operated until his retirement about 6 years ago.

     Surviving are 6 children, Mark BEEMAN of Corpus Christi, and W.O. BEEMAN, Johnnie BEEMAN, Harry BEEMAN, Bob BEEMAN, and Miss Joyce BEEMAN, all of Dallas; a sister, Mrs. Sonoma MYERS of Dallas, and a brother, Holly BEEMAN of Shreveport.

     Pallbearers will be R. M. Ledbetter, R. H. Burrell, Frank Milton, Carroll Shaw, Otho Chick, and G. W. Kerr.
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More About LEE ORAN BEEMAN:
Burial: Grove Hill Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
187
Church Affiliation: Cockrell Hill Church of Christ
Known as: "Buddy" Beeman
Known as(a): "L. O." Beeman (1900 Census)
Known as(b): Lee O. Beeman (1910, 1920, 1930 Census)
Occupation: Blacksmith
Occupation(s): Bet. 1889 - 1890, Driver, Todd Mills (Dallas Directory)
Residence: January 1862, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Residence(s): 1870, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX, Precinct 1
188
Residence(ss): 28 June 1900, Census, Oasis, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX
Residence(sss): 16 April 1910, Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX
Residence(ssss): 09 January 1920, Census, Precinct #8, Wood County, TX
Residence(sssss): 09 April 1930, Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX (Gurley Street)
Residence(ssssss): December 1939, 5118 Gurley, Dallas, TX
189
Residence, Last: May 1947, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Spelling: Oran (gravemarker), Oren (obituary), Oram (The Beemans of Texas, Brenda Beaman Parker)
Spelling(s): Beeman, Beaman

Notes for WILLIE P. RUSSEY:
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Willie was L.O.'s first wife.
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Did not find Willie's marker in Cemetery Survey in May 1998. Neither was Myrtle (1884), nor Gertrude (1888), found.
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More About WILLIE P. RUSSEY: Lot 3.1
Burial: Beeman Memorial Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
190,191, Lot 3.1
Residence: 1864, TN
Residence, Last: 1889, Dallas, Dallas County, TX

More About LEE BEEMAN and WILLIE RUSSEY:
Marriage 1: 16 June 1884, Dallas County, Texas
192,193
Marriage 2: 14 June 1884, Dallas County, Texas
194
Married by: T. G. T. Kendall, J. P.

Notes for MAUD ALICE HERRIN:
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Maud was L. O.'s second wife.
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More About MAUD ALICE HERRIN:
Burial: Grove Hill Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
195
Known as: Maude A. Beeman (1900, 1920 Census)
Known as(a): Alice M. Beeman (1910 Census)
Known as(b): Maud Beeman (1930 Census)
Residence: November 1872, TX
Residence(s): 28 June 1900, Census, Oasis, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX
Residence(ss): 16 April 1910, Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX
Residence(sss): 09 January 1920, Census, Precinct #8, Wood County, TX
Residence(ssss): 09 April 1930, Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX (Gurley Street)
Residence, Last: 1940, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Spelling: Maud (1920, 1930 Census, gravemarker), Maude (1900 Census, The Beemans of Texas)

More About LEE BEEMAN and MAUD HERRIN:
Marriage: 29 November 1891

x. MATTIE CATHERINE BEEMAN196,197,198,199,200, b. 1864, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas201,202; d. 10 January 1950; m. J. P. DICKSON203,204, 15 January 1883, Dallas County, Texas205,206,207.

Notes for MATTIE CATHERINE BEEMAN:
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Catherine is spelled Katherine in "The Beemans of Texas". She was called Mattie in the 1870 & 1880 Census, Dallas County, TX.
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More About MATTIE CATHERINE BEEMAN:
Burial: Ft. Worth, Tarrant County, TX
Known as: Mattie Beeman (1870, 1880 Census)
Residence: 1864, TX
Residence(s): 1870, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX, Precinct 1
208
Residence(ss): 1880, Census, Dallas County, TX
Residence, Last: January 1950
Spelling: Catherine, Katherine (The Beemans of Texas)

Notes for J. P. DICKSON:
"The Beeman Family of Texas 1841-1949" has Mattie married to a DIXON [?DICKSON?].

More About J. P. DICKSON:
Spelling: Dickson, Dixon

More About J.P. DICKSON and MATTIE BEEMAN:
Marriage: 15 January 1883, Dallas County, Texas
209,210,211
Married by: T. G. T. Kendall, J. P.

xi. HOLLAND DYE BEEMAN212,213,214,215,216,217,218,219, b. November 1865, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; d. 16 December 1952, Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana220; m. IDA MAE GLOVER221,222,223,224,225,226, 25 May 1890, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas227,228; b. 21 July 1872, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; d. 11 March 1915, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

Notes for HOLLAND DYE BEEMAN:
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OBITUARY: From the Dallas News Paper dated 17 Dec 1952

"Hollie" D. BEEMAN, Dallas Pioneer's Descendant, Dies

     The last surviving grandchild of the pioneer, John BEEMAN of Dallas County, has been buried in Shreveport, Louisiana.

     "Hollie" D. BEEMAN, 88, who was born on Commerce Street, in the block where now stands the Magnolia Building, died at Shreveport, where he had been a resident for 22 years. He was a retired Blacksmith.

     His grandfather came to Dallas by wagon in 1842, and the BEEMANs built the second house in the settlement on the banks of the Trinity River. An aunt of his was married to John Neely BRYAN, the first Dallas settler.

     BEEMAN is survived by his wife and 2 daughters.
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More About HOLLAND DYE BEEMAN:
Burial: Shreveport, Caddo Parish, LA
Known as: "Hollie" D. Beeman (1910, 1920 Census)
Known as(a): Holland Beeman (1870, 1880 Census)
Occupation: Bet. 1891 - 1892, Blacksmith @ 834 Elm, Dallas, TX (Dallas Directory)
Occupation(s): Manager, Cafe (1920 Census)
Residence: November 1865, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Residence(s): 1870, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX, Precinct 1
229
Residence(ss): 1880, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Residence(sss): Bet. 1891 - 1892, Over 172 Elm, Dallas, TX (Dallas Directory)
Residence(ssss): 28 January 1920, Census, Ranger, Precinct #1, Eastland County, TX
Residence, Last: December 1952, Shreveport, Caddo County, LA
Spelling: "Hollie" (1910, 1920 Census, obituary), Holly (The Beeman Family 1841- 1949, WFT#2: 390 Beeman)
Spelling(s): Beeman, Beaman

More About IDA MAE GLOVER:
Burial: W. W. Glover Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
230
Known as: Ida M. Beeman (1910 Census)
Residence: July 1872, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Residence(s): 1880, Census, Precinct 4, Dallas County, TX
Residence(ss): 15 April 1910, Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX
Residence, Last: March 1915, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Spelling: Mae (C. E. Brooks), May (1880 Census, marriage)

More About HOLLAND BEEMAN and IDA GLOVER:
Marriage: 25 May 1890, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas
231,232

xii. ROXIE JANE BEEMAN233,234, b. October 1869, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas235; m. (1) UNKNOWN SCHMIDT236; m. (2) WILLIAM SAMUEL ROWE237,238,239,240, WFT Est. 1879-1915241; b. 09 June 1865, Texas; d. 21 October 1941, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

Notes for ROXIE JANE BEEMAN:
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Roxie is spelled "Roxy" in the 1870 Census, Dallas County, TX.

"The Beeman's of Texas" has Roxie Jane Beeman.
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More About ROXIE JANE BEEMAN:
Known as: Roxie Beeman (1880 Census), Roxy (1870 Census)
Residence: October 1869, TX
Residence(s): 1870, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX, Precinct 1
242
Residence(ss): 1880, Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Spelling: Roxie (1880 Census, Brenda Beaman Parker), Roxy (1870 Census)
Spelling(s): Beeman, Beaman

Notes for WILLIAM SAMUEL ROWE:

More About WILLIAM SAMUEL ROWE:
Burial: Pleasant Mound Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, TX
Known as: "Sam" Rowe
Residence: June 1865
Residence(s): 1880, Census, Precinct 3, Dallas County, TX
Residence, Last: October 1941, Dallas, Dallas County, TX

More About WILLIAM ROWE and ROXIE BEEMAN:
Marriage: WFT Est. 1879-1915
243

xiii. DELLA BEEMAN244, b. Abt. 1870, Texas; m. UNKNOWN CARTER.

More About DELLA BEEMAN:
Residence: 1870, TX
Residence(s): 28 January 1920, Census, Ranger, Precinct #1, Eastland County, TX

 

Endnotes

1. Citizens of the Republic of Texas, 1977, The Texas Genealogical Society, p. 96,
William Hunnicutt BEEMAN and family.
2. The Dallas Journal D.G.S. Dec 1995, Voter Registration 1867-1869, Dallas County, Tx,
Wm. H. BEEMAN, Precinct 6, State 23 yr, County 23 yr, Precinct 23 yr, Native-IL.
3. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, p. 443B, 1655, 1648, Line 27, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
BEEMAN, William 43 m w Wheelwright IL;
BEEMAN, Martha E. 45 f w Keeps House KY;
BEEMAN, Joseph E. 14 m w TX Can't Write;
BEEMAN, Novado 13 m w TX Can't Write;
BEEMAN, Adda 12 f w TX;
BEEMAN, Senoma 11 f w TX Can't Write;
BEEMAN, Sarah C. 10 f w TX Can't Read nor Write;
BEEMAN, William F. 9 m w TX;
BEEMAN, Lee O. 8 m w TX;
BEEMAN, Mattie 6 f w TX;
BEEMAN, Holland 5 m w TX;
BEEMAN, Roxy 1 f w TX.
4. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998,
W. H. BEEMAN died 14 Jan 1905 aged 78 years In loving remembrance of my husband. Here lies Father and Mother dear, They are gone but not forgotten. They have gone to their reward.
5. 1850 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 100B, 406, 421, Enumerated 16 Dec 1850,
BEEMAN, William H. 23 m Farmer IL.
6. 1860 Census, Dallas County, TX, Dallas P. O., pp 191-192, 314A-314B, 1324, 1330, Precinct #1, Dallas P. O., Enumerated 27 Sep 1860,
BEEMAN, Wm. H. 34 m Wagonwright $1800 $650 IL;
BEEMAN, Martha 34 f KY;
BEEMAN, Joseph E. 7 m TX Attends School;
BEEMAN, Nevada 6 f TX Attends School;
BEEMAN, Ada 5 f TX Attends School;
BEEMAN, Sonoma 4 f TX;
BEEMAN, Sarah 2 f TX;
BEEMAN, Infant (William Francis)
4/12 m TX;
DYE, Adelaide 18 f KY;
DYE, Benj. (Jr.) 32 m Farmer KY;
DYE, George 21 m Farmer KY.
7. John Beeman Family Bible, Births,
William H. BEEMAN was bornd may the 11 in the year of our Lord 1827.
8. 1880 Census, Dallas County, TX, T9_1299, p. 143A, 261, 277, p. 29, Supv. Dist. #3, ED #59, Enumerated 1 Jun 1880,
BEEMAN, Wm. H. w m 53 mar. Farmer b. IL father b. SC mother b. SC;
BEEMAN, Eunice M. w f 55 Wife mar. Keeping house VA VA VA;
BEEMAN, Mattie w f 16 Daughter single At Home TX IL VA;
BEEMAN, Holland w m 15 Son single Working on Farm TX IL VA;
BEEMAN Roxie w f 9 Daughter single TX IL VA;
MYERS, Sonoma w f 22 Daughter mar. At home TX IL VA;
MYERS, Noma w f 2 Grand Daughter single TX SC TX;
MYERS, Carrie w f 1 Grand Daughter single TX SC TX.
9. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949, p. 4, William H., b. IL, 11 May 1827; d. Dallas, TX, 14 Jan 1905.
10. Michael Allen n,
William Hunnicutt BEEMAN, b. 1827 in Green, IL; d. 1905.
11. Richard S. Jones, Garland, TX, Beeman Cemetery Survey, Apr 1996, Block #1,
W. H. BEEMAN, Died 14 Jan 1905;
Here lies Father and Mother (Son of John & Emily & Husband of Martha DYE).
12. WFT#2:390 BEEMAN,
William H. BEEMAN, b. 11 May 1827, IL; d. 14 Jan 1905, Dallas, Dallas County, TX.
13. 1900 Census, Oasis, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T623_1624, p. 10A, Enumerated 13 Jun 1900,
William BEEMAN w m May 1827 73 mar. 49 yrs. IL GA SC Landlord;
Martha E. BEEMAN Wife w f Apr 1827 mar. 49 yrs. 11 born 7 living VA VA VA;
Joseph H. BEEMAN Son w m Apr 1854 46 mar. 2 yrs. TX IL VA Surgeon Veterinary;
Katie M. BEEMAN Dau-in-law w f Aug 1854 45 mar. 2 yrs. 5 born 3 living NY NC TN.
14. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
15. The Beemans of Texas, b. 11 May 1827, IL.
16. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
17. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, p. 443B, Precinct #4, 1655, 1648, Line #28, BEEMAN, Martha E. 45 f KY.
18. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998, M.E. Wife of W.H. 30 Apr 1825 - 22 May 1912
Here lies Father and Mother dear, They are gone but not forgotten. They have gone to their reward.
19. 1860 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 191, p. 314A, 1324, 1330, Precinct #1, Dallas P. O., Enumerated 27 Sep 1860, BEEMAN, Martha 34 f KY.
20. 1850 Census, Dallas County, TX, M432_910/Part 1, p. 150, p. 75B, 39, 40, Enumerated 26 Oct 1850,
DYE, Eunis M. 23 f VA.
21. 1880 Census, Dallas County, TX, T9_1299, p. 143a, p. 29, 261, 277, Supv. Dist. #3, ED #59, Enumerated 1 Jun 1880,
BEEMAN, Eunice M. w f 55 Wife mar. Keeping house VA VA VA.
22. Michael Allen n,
Martha Eunice DYE, b. 1825 in VA; d. 1912.
23. 1900 Census, Oasis, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T623_1624, p. 10A, Enumerated 13 Jun 1900, Martha E. BEEMAN Wife w f Apr 1827 73 Mar. 49 yrs. 11 born 7 living VA VA VA.
24. 1910 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T624_1544, p. 87A, 66, 70, Enumerated 19Apr 1910, Eunice M. BEEMAN Mother f w 84 widow 12 born 8 living VA VA VA.
25. Marriage Records, Dallas County, Texas, Book A-D, p. 1,
BEEMAN, William H. mar. DYE, Martha on 25 Sep 1851.
26. The Beemans of Texas.
27. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949, p. 6,
Wm H. BEEMAN mar. Martha Eunice DYE.
28. Marriages Dallas County, Texas, Vol 1, Books A - E (1846-1877), Pub. Dallas Genealogical Society, p. 2, Wm. H. BEEMAN mar. Martha DYE, 25 Sep 1851, by Jas A. Smith, M. G.
29. 1870 Census, Dallas, Dallas County, TX,
Martha E. BEEMAN 45 KY.
30. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998.
31. Early Dallas County Cemetery Records by Willie Flowers Carlisle (Mrs. George F.), p. 11,
BEEMAN, W. H., 1827 - 1905.
32. Coye Hawpe Beeman Cemetery Interment List from Ruth Cooper, Jun 1974, p. 1,
William H. BEEMAN (stone), 11 May 1827 - 14 Jan 1905;
Martha DYE BEEMAN (stone), 30 Apr 1825 - 22 May 1912 (beside).
33. 1850 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 200, 100B, #406, #421, Line 22, Enumerated 16 Dec 1850,
William H. BEEMAN 23 m Farmer IL.
34. 1860 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 191, 314A, #1324, #1330, Precinct #1, Dallas P. O., Enumerated 27 Sep 1860, Wm H. BEEMAN 34 m Waggonwright $1800 $600 IL.
35. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, 443B, 1655, 1648, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
BEEMAN, William 48 m w Wheelright $2600 $950 IL.
36. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998.
37. Coye Hawpe Beeman Cemetery Interment List from Ruth Cooper, Jun 1974, p. 1,
Martha DYE BEEMAN (stone), 30 Apr 1825 - 22 May 1912;
William H. BEEMAN (stone), 11 May 1827 - 14 Jan 1905 (beside).
38. 1850 Census, Dallas County, TX, 75B, #39, #40, Enumerated 26 Oct 1850,
DYE, Eunis M. 23 f VA.
39. 1850 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 150, 75B, #39, #40, Enumerated 26 Oct 1850,
Eunis M. DYE 25 f VA.
40. 1860 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 191, 314A, 1324, 1330, Precinct #1, Dallas P. O., Enumerated 27 Sep 1860, Martha BEEMAN 34 f KY.
41. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, 443B, #1655, #1648, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
BEEMAN, Martha E. 45 f w Keeps House KY.
42. Marriage Records, Dallas County, Texas, Book A-D, p. 1,
BEEMAN, William H. mar. DYE, Martha on 25 Sep 1851.
43. The Beemans of Texas.
44. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949, p. 6,
Wm H. BEEMAN mar. Martha Eunice DYE.
45. Marriages Dallas County, Texas, Vol 1, Books A - E (1846-1877), Pub. Dallas Genealogical Society, p. 2,
Wm. H. BEEMAN mar. Martha DYE, 25 Sep 1851, by Jas A. Smith, M. G.
46. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998,
Isadora Beeman (no other markings).
47. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 68,
Isadora BEEMAN, d. in infancy.
48. Richard S. Jones, Garland, TX, Beeman Cemetery Survey, Apr 1996, Block #1,
Isadora BEEMAN (Dau. of W. H. & Martha BEEMAN).
49. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998.
50. Coye Hawpe Beeman Cemetery Interment List from Ruth Cooper, Jun 1974, p. 1,
Isadora BEEMAN (stone), Born & died 1852.
51. 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.
52. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998,
BEEMAN, Joe E., 29 Apr 1854 - 23 Dec 1915.
53. 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.
54. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
55. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 68,
Joseph Emmett BEEMAN, b. 1854; d. 1915.
56. 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).
57. WFT#2:390 BEEMAN,
Joe BEEMAN.
58. WFT#2:390 HUNNICUTT,
Joe BEEMAN.
59. 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.
60. 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.
61. 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.
62. 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.
63. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
64. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 68,
Annie E. RUSSEY.
65. WFT#2:390 BEEMAN,
Annie RUSSEY.
66. WFT#2:390 HUNNICUTT,
Annie RUSSEY.
67. 1880 Census, Dallas County, TX, T9_1299, p. 129B, FHL Film #1255299,
Anna BEEMAN Wife 24 f w Keeping House TN VA MS.
68. 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.
69. 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.
70. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949, p. 6,
Joe, mar. Annie Russey.
71. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p 68,
Joseph Emmett BEEMAN mar. Annie E. RUSSEY.
72. BEN G. REAVIS b,
Joseph Emmitt BEEMAN mar. Anna Eliza RUSSEY, 7 Dec 1877.
73. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998, Lot 11.1,
Joe E. BEEMAN, b. 29 Apr 1854; d. 23 Dec 1915.
74. Coye Hawpe Beeman Cemetery Interment List from Ruth Cooper, Jun 1974,
Joseph Emmitt BEEMAN (stone), 24 Apr 1854 - 23 Dec 1915.
75. 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.
76. 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.
77. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949, p. 6,
Joe, mar. Annie Russey.
78. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p 68,
Joseph Emmett BEEMAN mar. Annie E. RUSSEY.
79. BEN G. REAVIS b,
Joseph Emmitt BEEMAN mar. Anna Eliza RUSSEY, 7 Dec 1877.
80. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, 443B, #1655, #1648, Line #30, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
Novado BEEMAN 13 m w TX Can't Write.
81. 1860 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 191, 314A, #1324, #1330, Precinct #1, Dallas P. O., Enumerated 27 Sep 1860, BEEMAN, Nevada 6 m TX Attends school.
82. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 68,
Nevada BEEMAN, b. 1855, Never married.
83. The Beemans of Texas.
84. 1860 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 191, 314A, #1324, #1330, Precinct #1, Dallas P.O., Enumerated 27 Sep 1860, Nevada BEEMAN 6 f TX Attends school.
85. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, 443B, #1655, #1648, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
BEEMAN, Novado 13 f w TX Can't Write.
86. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, 443B, 1655, 1648, Line #31, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
BEEMAN, Adda 12 f w TX.
87. 1860 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 191, 314A, 1324, 1330, Precinct #1, Dallas P. O., Enumerated 27 Sep 1860, BEEMAN, Ada 5 f TX Attends school.
88. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949, p.6,
Addie BEEMAN mar. Ben SAGE.
She lived and died in Rockwall County, TX.
89. 1880 Census, Dallas County, TX, T9_1299, p. 219D, FHL Film #1255299, Precinct 3,
Addie E. SAGE Wife 24 f w Keeps House TX IL KY.
90. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 68,
Addie Elizabeth BEEMAN, b. 1856, Twin,
She married her first cousin, Ben SAGE.
91. WFT#2:390 BEEMAN,
Addie BEEMAN.
92. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
93. 1880 Census, Dallas County, TX, pp. 20 & 21, Supv Dist. #3, ED 63, Microfilm T9_1299, p. 219B & 220A, 175, 175, Enumerated 11 Jun 1880,
SAGE, Benj. T. w m 32 mar. Farmer Can't Read nor Write b. TN father b. KY mother b. KY
SAGE, Addie E. w f 24 Wife mar. Keeps House Can't Read nor Write b. TX father b. IL mother b. KY
SAGE, Minnie F. w f 6 Daughter single b. TX father b. KY mother b. TX
SAGE, Wm. D. w m 3 Son single b. TX father b. KY mother b. TX.
94. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 331, p. 480A, 2158, 2151, Precinct #5, Enumerated 21 Oct 1870,
SAGE, Benjamin 22 m w Works on farm KY Can't Write.
95. Joe Woith j,
Benjamin James SAGE, b. 27 May 1847, Oldham County, KY.
96. 1850 Census, Dallas County, TX, M432/910/PART1/100B, 403, 418, Enumerated 16 Dec 1850,
Benjamin T. SAGE 3 m KY.
97. Kaufman County, Texas, Marriage Records,
Benjamine F. SAGE mar. Addie E. BEEMAN, 15 Dec 1872.
98. 1860 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 191, 314A, #1324, #1330, Precinct #1, Dallas P. O., Enumerated 27 Sep 1860, Ada BEEMAN 5 f TX Attends school.
99. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, 443B, #1655, #1648, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
BEEMAN, Adda 12 f w TX.
100. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 331, 480A, #2158, #2151, Precinct #5, Enumerated 21 Oct 1870,
SAGE, Benjamin 22 m w Works on farm KY Can't Write.
101. Kaufman County, Texas, Marriage Records,
Benjamine F. SAGE mar. Addie E. BEEMAN, 15 Dec 1872.
102. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998,
Holy Bible Elison Beeman (no other markings).
103. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 68,
Ellison Rice BEEMAN, b. 1856, Died in infancy. Twin.
104. Richard S. Jones, Garland, TX, Beeman Cemetery Survey, Apr 1996, Block #1,
Elison R. BEEMAN
(Dau. of W.H. & Martha BEEMAN).
105. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
106. The Beemans of Texas, b. 1856.
107. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998.
108. Coye Hawpe Beeman Cemetery Interment List from Ruth Cooper, Jun 1974, p. 1,
Ellison Rice BEEMAN (stone), 1856 - died in infancy.
109. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, p. 443B, 1655, 1648, Line #32, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870, BEEMAN, Senoma 11 f w TX.
110. 1860 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 191, p. 314A, 1324, 1330, Precinct #1, Dallas P. O., Enumerated 27 Sep 1860,
BEEMAN, Sonoma 4 f TX.
111. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
112. 1880 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 29, Supv. Dist. #3, ED 59, Microfilm T9/1299/143A, 261, 277, Enumerated 1 Jun 1880,
MYERS, Sonoma w f 22 Daugh Widowed At home TX IL VA.
113. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 68,
Sonoma BEEMAN, b. 6 Dec 1857, Dallas, TX; d. 6 Aug 1950, Dallas, TX.
114. WFT#2:390 BEEMAN,
Sonoma BEEMAN.
115. The Beemans of Texas.
116. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
117. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 68,
Franklin MYERS, b. 4 Jun 1838, SC; d. 19 Jan 1932, Dallas, TX.
118. Marriages, Dallas County, Books A-E, 1846-1877, 36,
Frank MYERS/Sonoma BEEMAN mar. 15 Oct 1874 by A. P. Smith O. M. G.
119. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949, p. 6,
Sonoma BEEMAN mar. Unknown MYERS.
120. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 68,
Sonoma BEEMAN md. Franklin MYERS.
121. The Beemans of Texas.
122. 1860 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 191, 314A, #1324, #1330, Precinct #1, Dallas P. O., Enumerated 27 Sep 1860,
Sonoma BEEMAN 4 f TX.
123. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, 443B, #1655, #1648, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
BEEMAN, Senoma 11 f w TX Can't Write.
124. Marriages, Dallas County, Books A-E, 1846-1877, 36,
Frank MYERS/Sonoma BEEMAN mar. 15 Oct 1874 by A. P. Smith O. M. G.
125. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949, p. 6,
Sonoma BEEMAN mar. Unknown MYERS.
126. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 68,
Sonoma BEEMAN md. Franklin MYERS.
127. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, p. 443B, 1655, 1648, Line 33, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
BEEMAN, Sarah C. 10 f w TX Can't Read or Write.
128. 1860 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 191, p. 314A, 1324, 1330, Precinct #1, Dallas P. O., Enumerated 27 Sep 1860,
Sarah BEEMAN 2 f TX.
129. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
130. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 69,
Sarah Carra Leitis BEEMAN, b. 1859; d. 1935, md. George SHAFFNER.
131. Coye Hawpe Beeman Cemetery Interment List from Ruth Cooper, Jun 1974, p. 5,
Sarah Carra Leitus BEEMAN SHAFFNER, 4 May 1859 - 26 Nov 1935.
132. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998,
Cara SHAFFNER.
133. Richard S. Jones, Garland, TX, Beeman Cemetery Survey, Apr 1996, Block #4,
Cara SHAFFNER (Dau. of W. H.).
134. WFT#2:390 BEEMAN,
Carra BEEMAN.
135. WFT#2:390 HUNNICUTT,
Carra BEEMAN.
136. The Beemans of Texas, 1859.
137. The Beemans of Texas, 1935.
138. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
139. The Beemans of Texas,
George SHAFFNER.
140. Richard S. Jones, Garland, TX, Beeman Cemetery Survey, Apr 1996, Block #4,
George SHAFFNER.
141. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998,
George SHAFFNER.
142. WFT#2:390 BEEMAN,
George SHAFFNER.
143. WFT#2:390 HUNNICUTT,
George SHAFFNER.
144. Marriages, Dallas County, Books A-E, 1846-1877, Book D, p. 34,
George SHOFFNER, Jr./Sarah C. BEEMAN 19 May 1874 by S. D. Davenport, Clergy.
145. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 69,
Sarah Cara Leitis BEEMAN mar. George SHAFFNER.
146. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998.
147. Coye Hawpe Beeman Cemetery Interment List from Ruth Cooper, Jun 1974,
Sarah Carra Leitus BEEMAN SHAFFNER, 4 May 1859 - 26 Nov 1935.
148. 1860 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 191, 314A, #1324, #1330, Precinct #1, Dallas P. O., Enumerated 27 Sep 1860,
Sarah BEEMAN 2 f TX.
149. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, 443B, #1655, #1648, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
BEEMAN, Sarah C. 10 f w TX Can't Read nor Write.
150. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998.
151. Coye Hawpe Beeman Cemetery Interment List from Ruth Cooper, Jun 1974,
George SHAFFNER, 9 Feb 1845 - 14 Aug 1918.
152. Marriages, Dallas County, Books A-E, 1846-1877, Book D, p. 34,
George SHOFFNER, Jr./Sarah C. BEEMAN 19 May 1874 by S. D. Davenport, Clergy.
153. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 69,
Sarah Cara Leitis BEEMAN mar. George SHAFFNER.
154. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, p. 443B, 1655, 1648, Line #34, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870, BEEMAN, William F. 9 m w TX.
155. 1860 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 314A, 1324, 1330, Precinct #1, Dallas P. O., Enumerated 27 Sep 1860, BEEMAN, Infant 4/12 m TX.
156. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 69,
William Francis (Frank) BEEMAN, b. 1860; d. 1877.
157. Richard S. Jones, Garland, TX, Beeman Cemetery Survey, Apr 1996, Block #1,
Frank, Son of W. H. & M. A. Aged 78 Years BEEMAN, Born 4 May 1860; Died 16 Jul 1877
(William Francis "Frank" was the son of W. H. & Martha).
158. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998.
159. The Beemans of Texas, d. 1877.
160. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998,
Frank BEEMAN, b. 4 May 1860, d. 16 Jul 1877.
161. Early Dallas County Cemetery Records by Willie Flowers Carlisle (Mrs. George F.), p. 11,
BEEMAN, Frank, 1860 - 1877.
162. Coye Hawpe Beeman Cemetery Interment List from Ruth Cooper, Jun 1974, p. 1,
William Francis (Frank) BEEMAN (stone), 4 May 1860 - 16 Jul 1877
(previous dates were listed as 6 May & 17 Jul).
163. 1860 Census, Dallas County, TX, p. 191, 314A, #1324, #1330, Precinct #1, Dallas P. O., Enumerated 27 Sep 1860,
Infant BEEMAN
4/12 m TX.
164. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, 443B, #1655, #1648, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
BEEMAN, William F. 9 m w TX.
165. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, p. 443B, 1655, 1648, Line #35, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
BEEMAN, Lee O. 8 m w TX.
166. Grove Hill Cemetery Survey 1998, A. C. Morgan,
BEEMAN, Lee Oran 1862 - 1947.
167. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
168. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 69,
Lee Oram BEEMAN (Buddy) md. (1) Willie P. RUSSEY,
(2) Maude HERRIN.
169. WFT#2:390 BEEMAN,
L. O. BEEMAN.
170. 1900 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T623_1624, p. 23A, 445, 448, Enumerated 28 Jun 1900, L. O. BEEMAN w m Jan 1862 38 mar. 16 yrs. TX IL KY Blacksmith;
Maude A. BEEMAN Wife w f Nov 1872 27 mar. 16 yrs. 4 born 4 living TX IN IN;
Mark BEEMAN Son w m Sep 1886 13 single TX TX TX;
William O. BEEMAN Son w m Nov 1892 7 single TX TX TX;
Allie BEEMAN Dau w f Aug 1894 5 single TX TX TX;
Clarence E. BEEMAN Son w m Nov 1896 3 single TX TX TX;
James BEEMAN Son w m Nov 1899
7/12 single TX TX TX.
171. 1910 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, Texas, T624_1543, p. 26A, 89, 88, Enumerated 16 Apr 1910, Lee O. BEEMAN m w 47 mar. 18 yrs. TX IL KY Blacksmith;
Alice M. BEEMAN Wife f w 37 mar. 18 yrs. 7 born 7 living TX TN LA;
William O. BEEMAN Son m w 17 single TX TX TX;
Alice BEEMAN Dau f w 15 single TX TX TX;
Clarence BEEMAN Son m w 13 single TX TX TX;
Frank BEEMAN Son m w 10 TX TX TX;
John BEEMAN Son m w 8 TX TX TX;
Harry BEEMAN Son m w 5 TX TX TX;
Robert BEEMAN Son m w 2 TX TX TX.
172. 1920 Census, Precinct #8, Wood County, TX, T625_1860, p. 281B, 51, 51, Enumerated 9 Jan 1920,
Lee O. BEEMAN m w 58 mar. TX OH IL Farmer;
Maud A. BEEMAN Wife f w 50 mar. TN KY PA;
John BEEMAN Son m w 17 single TX TX TN;
Harry L. BEEMAN Son m w 14 single OK TX TN;
Robert J. BEEMAN Son m w 12 single TX TX TN;
Joice BEEMAN Dau f w 9 single TX TX TN.
173. 1930 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T626_2315, p. 251A, 438, 521, Enumerated 9 Apr 1930, Lee O. BEEMAN $5500 m w 68 mar. @ 31 yrs. TX IL KY;
Maud BEEMAN Wife f w 57 mar. @ 20 yrs. TX TN LA;
Joyce BEEMAN Dau f w 19 single TX TX TX;
John BEEMAN Son m w 28 mar. @ 23 yrs. TX TX TX Site Engineer, Construction Co;
Clyde BEEMAN Dau-in-law F W 28 mar. @ 23 yrs. TX TX TX.
174. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998,
Willie RUSSEY BEEMAN aprox dates 1864 - 1889.
175. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
176. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 69,
Willie P. RUSSEY.
177. BEN G. REAVIS b,
L. O. BEEMAN mar. Willie P. RUSSEY, 16 Jun 1884.
178. Marriages, Dallas County, Texas, Books F,G,H, Vol II, Book H, p. 49, L. O. BEEMAN mar. Willie P. RUSSEY, 16 Jun 1884, by T. G. T. Kendall, J. P.
179. Grove Hill Cemetery Survey 1998, A. C. Morgan,
BEEMAN, Maud Alice 1872 - 1940.
180. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
181. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 69,
Maude HERRIN.
182. WFT#2:390 BEEMAN,
Maud HERRIN.
183. 1900 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T623_1624, p. 23A, 445, 448, Enumerated 28 Jun 1900, Maude A. BEEMAN Wife w f Nov 1872 27 mar. 16 yrs. 4 born 4 living TX IN IN.
184. 1910 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T624_1543, p. 26B, 89, 88, Enumerated 16 Apr 1910, Alice M. BEEMAN Wife f w 37 mar. 18 yrs. 7 born 7 living TX TN LA.
185. 1920 Census, Precinct #8, Wood County, TX, T625_1860, p. 281B, 51, 51, Enumerated 9 Jan 1920,
Maud A. BEEMAN Wife f w 50 mar. TN KY PA.
186. 1930 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T626_2315, p. 251A, 438, 521, Enumerated 9 Apr 1930, Maud BEEMAN Wife f w 57 mar. @20 yrs. TX TN LA.
187. Grove Hill Cemetery Survey 1998, A. C. Morgan.
188. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, 443B, #1655, #1648, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
BEEMAN, Lee O. 8 m w TX.
189. Membership, Beeman Memorial Cemetery Association,
L. O. BEEMAN, 5118 Gurley, Dallas, TX.
190. Beeman Memorial Cemetery Survey, A. C. Morgan 1998.
191. Coye Hawpe Beeman Cemetery Interment List from Ruth Cooper, Jun 1974, p. 1,
Willie RUSSEY BEEMAN (wife of L. O. BEEMAN), 1864 - 1889;
Children: Myrtle BEEMAN, 1884, died in infancy;
Gertrude BEEMAN, 1888, died in infancy;
(here again, due to the overgrown conditon of the lot, it was impossible to determine if these graves had stones.) .
192. BEN G. REAVIS b,
L. O. BEEMAN mar. Willie P. RUSSEY, 16 Jun 1884.
193. Marriages, Dallas County, Texas, Books F,G,H, Vol II, Book H, p. 49, L. O. BEEMAN mar. Willie P. RUSSEY, 16 Jun 1884, by T. G. T. Kendall, J. P.
194. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 69,
Lee Oram BEEMAN md. (1) Willie P. RUSSEY,
(2) Maude HERRIN.
195. Grove Hill Cemetery Survey 1998, A. C. Morgan.
196. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, p. 443B, 1655, 1648, Line #36, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870, BEEMAN, Mattie 6 f w TX.
197. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
198. 1880 Census, Dallas County, TX, T9/1299/143A, 261, 277, p. 29, ED #59, Supv. #3, Enumerated 1 Jun 1880, BEEMAN, Mattie w f 16 Daughter single At home TX IL VA.
199. The Beemans of Texas, Vol 1, Page 69, Mattie Katherine BEEMAN, b. 1864; d. 1950; md. J. P. DICKSON.
200. WFT#2:390 BEEMAN, Mattie BEEMAN.
201. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 69,
Mattie Katherine BEEMAN, b. 1864; d. 1950.
202. Brenda Beaman Parker b,
Mattie Catherine BEAMAN, b. 1864.
203. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
204. The Beemans of Texas.
205. Marriages, Dallas County, Texas, Books F,G,H, Vol II, Book G, p. 37b, Dickson, J. P./Beeman, Mattie 15 Jan 1883 by T. G. T. Kendall, JP.
206. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949, p. 6,
Mattie mar. Dixon.
207. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 69,
Mattie Catherine BEEMAN mar. J. P. DICKSON.
208. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, 443B, #1655, #1648, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
BEEMAN, Mattie 6 f w TX.
209. Marriages, Dallas County, Texas, Books F,G,H, Vol II, Book G, p. 37b,
Dickson, J. P./Beeman, Mattie 15 Jan 1883 by T. G. T. Kendall, JP.
210. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949, p. 6,
Mattie mar. Dixon.
211. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 69,
Mattie Catherine BEEMAN mar. J. P. DICKSON.
212. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, p. 443B, 1655, 1648, Line #37, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870, BEEMAN, Holland 5 m w TX.
213. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
214. 1880 Census, Dallas County, TX, T9_1299, p. 143A, p. 29, ED #59, Supv. Dist #3, 261, 277, Enumerated 1 Jun 1880,
BEEMAN, Holland w m 15 Son single Working on farm Attends school TX IL VA.
215. M. C. TOYER bravo322@gte.net.
216. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 69,
Holland "Hollie" Dye BEEMAN, b. 1865; d. 1953; md. Ida Mae GLOVER.
217. WFT#2:390 BEEMAN,
Holly BEEMAN.
218. 1910 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T624_1543, p. 1B, 18, 18, Enumerated 15 Apr 1910,
Hollie D. BEEMAN m w 45 mar. 26 yrs. TX U. S. U. S. Farmer, Truck;
Ida M. BEEMAN Wife f w 38 mar. 26 yrs. 7 born 5 living TX TX TX;
Lillian BEEMAN Dau f w 16 single TX TX TX;
Rhoda BEEMAN Dau f w 14 single TX TX TX;
Reese BEEMAN Son m w 13 single TX TX TX;
Helen BEEMAN Dau f w 1 single TX TX TX.
219. 1920 Census, Ranger, Precinct #1, Eastland County, TX, T625_1797, p. 124B, 328, 359, Enumerated 28 Jan 1920,
Hollie D. BEEMAN m w 55 widower TX IL KY Manager, Cafe;
Della CARTER Sister f w 49 widow TX IL KY Waitress, Cafe;
Norma CARTER Niece f w 10 niece TX GA TX.
220. Dallas Newspaper, Obituary, 17 Dec 1952.
221. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
222. The Beemans of Texas,
Ida Mae GLOVER.
223. M. C. TOYER bravo322@gte.net.
224. WFT#2:390 BEEMAN,
Ida GLOVER.
225. 1880 Census, Dallas County, TX, T9_1299, p. 258A, 381, 404, 4th Justice Precinct, Enumerated 22 Jun 1880, GLOVER, Ida May w f 8 Dau single TX TX MO.
226. 1910 Census, Dallas, Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, T624_1543, p. 1B, 18, 18, Enumerated 15 Apr 1910,
Ida M. BEEMAN Wife F W 38 MAR. 26 yrs. 7 born 5 living TX TX TX.
227. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 69,
Holland "Hollie" Dye BEEMAN mar. Ida Mae GLOVER.
228. Dallas County, TX, Marriage Book K, Index by page, p. 349A,
H. D. BEEMAN mar. Ida May GLOVER, 25 May 1890, Dallas, Dallas County, TX; C. McPherson, Officiating.
229. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, 443B, #1655, #1648, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
BEEMAN, Holland 5 m w TX.
230. Elizabeth (Beeman) Albritton of Norman, OK, Descendant of W. W. Glover,
Ida Mae (Glover) Beeman, Daughter of W. W., b. 21 Jul 1872, d. 11 Mar 1915
(Elizabeth's grandmother).
231. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 69,
Holland "Hollie" Dye BEEMAN mar. Ida Mae GLOVER.
232. Dallas County, TX, Marriage Book K, Index by page, p. 349A,
H. D. BEEMAN mar. Ida May GLOVER, 25 May 1890, Dallas, Dallas County, TX; C. McPherson, Officiating.
233. The Beemans of Texas, Vol. 1, p. 69,
Roxie Jane BEEMAN, b. 1869; md. (1)_____ROWE and
(2)_____SCHMIDT.
234. Brenda Beaman Parker b,
Roxie Jane BEAMAN, b. 1869.
235. The Beemans of Texas, b. 1869.
236. The Beemans of Texas.
237. The Beeman Family 1841 - 1949.
238. The Beemans of Texas.
239. WFT#2:390 BEEMAN,
Sam ROWE.
240. 1880 Census, Dallas County, Precinct #3, p. 216B, FHL Film #1255299, NA Film #T9-1299,
Wm. S. ROWE Son 15 m w Works on Farm TX TN IL.
241. WFT#2:390 HUNNICUTT,
Sam ROWE mar. Roxie BEEMAN, WFT Est. 1879-1915.
242. 1870 Census, Dallas P. O., Precinct #1, Dallas County, TX, p. 258, 443B, #1655, #1648, Precinct #1, Enumerated 27 Sep 1870,
BEEMAN, Roxy 1 f w TX.
243. WFT#2:390 HUNNICUTT,
Sam ROWE mar. Roxie BEEMAN, WFT Est. 1879-1915.
244. 1920 Census, Ranger, Precinct #1, Eastland County, TX, T625_1797, p. 124B, 327, 358, Enumerated 28 Jan 1920,
Della CARTER Sister f w 49 widow TX IL KY Waitress, Cafe.