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Henry William Beckstead
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Birth: Jun. 2, 1861
American Fork
Utah County
Utah, USA
Death: Jan. 7, 1904
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA

Son of Samuel Alexander Beckstead and Araminta Churberry Allen

Married Mary Ann Beckstead, 30 Mar 1882, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah

Children - Benjamin David Beckstead, Samuel Lotellas Beckstead, Jennie Araminta Beckstead, Henry Clyde Beckstead, Birdie May Beckstead, Maggie Henrietta Beckstead, Fredrick Alexander Beckstead, James Beckstead, Daisy Elizabeth Beckstead, Sadie Jenett Beckstead

Newspaper

The Salt Lake Herald
January 19, 1904
Page 5

Died At Hospital

Two Victims of Appendicitis Succumb After Being Operated Upon

After successfully undergoing an operation for appendicitis, Henry W. Beckstead, a deputy sheriff of Bingham Junction, passed away Sunday at the Holy Cross hospital. Beckstead's heart weakened shortly after the operation and after sinking rapidly, he passed away. The deceased was 43 years old and leaves a wife and eight children. The funeral services will be held Thursday at 12 o'clock from the South Jordan meeting house.
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Deseret Evening News
January 19, 1904
Page 10

Mr. Beckstead's Demise

Death Robs the Community of a Respected and Useful Citizen

As stated in last night's "News," the funeral services over the remains of Deputy Sheriff Henry W. Beckstead, who died Sunday at the Holy Cross Hospital following an operation for appendicitis and the removal of gall stones, will be held from the South Jordan ward meetinghouse on Thursday, at 12 o'clock noon. The body will be taken to his home in East Jordan tomorrow and may be viewed there from 9 to 10 a.m. Thursday. At the latter hour the remains will be taken to the South Jordan meetinghouse, where the services will be held, beginning at 12 o'clock. Interment will be in the South Jordan cemetery, where the school children and other friends will be permitted to view the body for the last time.

Mr. Beckstead was for years a school trustee in the South Jordan district, and in his honor the school will be closed to take part in the procession. He was also a constable for some time, and in every walk of life was highly respected for his integrity and kindly disposition. He had been ailing for years from an affection of the gall, but his death was nevertheless sudden and unexpected. The deceased leaves a wife, eight children, a mother, two brothers and two sisters. His father died when he was a mere child. His mother is now a resident of Oregon, and will not be able to attend the funeral. By his fellow associates in the sheriff's office, Mr. Beckstead was much though of and his demise is regarded as a distinct loss to that branch of the county government.
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The Salt Lake Herald
January 23, 1904
Page 5

Brothers Pall Bearers

Deputy Sheriff H. W. Beckstead Buried at South Jordan

Henry W. Beckstead, deputy sheriff of Bingham, who died at a hospital from the effects of an operation for appendicitis, was buried Thursday morning from the South Jordan meeting house. Interment was in South Jordan cemetery. The six brothers of the deceased acted as pallbearers-David, Gordon, Ira, Martin, Samuel and William Beckstead.

Bishop Thomas Blalke presided at the services. Addresses were delivered by Bishop G. S. Bills of Riverton, Judge J. J. Williams, Bishop John Egbert of West Jordan, Sheriff C. Frank Emery, County Superintendent of Schools W. B. Ashton, Hyrum Goff, president of the West Jordan stake, and Bishop Thomas Blake, who blessed the grave. The funeral was attended by County Commissioner Wilson, and the following attaches of the sheriff's office: James Cowan, Axel Steele, Andrew Smith, William Edwards, Charles Bell, W. H. Wilkinson, W. B. Booth, Miss Williams and T. L. Irvine. 
 
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 Parents:
  Samuel Alexander Beckstead (1840 - 1861)
  Araminta Churbery Allen Beckstead (1841 - 1922)
 
 Spouse:
  Mary Ann Beckstead Beckstead (1866 - 1951)
 
 Children:
  Benjamin David Beckstead (1890 - 1967)*
  Birdie May Beckstead Webb (1897 - 1974)*
  Fredrick Alexander Beckstead (1899 - 1975)*
 
 Siblings:
  Araminta Elizabeth Beckstead (1857 - 1914)*
  Samuel Alexander Beckstead (1858 - 1859)*
  Elzina Janette Beckstead Beckstead (1860 - 1930)*
  Henry William Beckstead (1861 - 1904)
  George Edward Beckstead (1864 - 1886)**
  David Robert Beckstead (1867 - 1917)**
  Daniel Allen Beckstead (1870 - 1881)**
  Martin Adelbert Beckstead (1871 - 1927)**
  Margaret Eliza Beckstead Densley (1873 - 1940)**
  Harriet Venice Beckstead (1875 - 1875)**
  Burton Walter Beckstead (1877 - 1878)**
  Ella May Beckstead (1879 - 1881)**
  Lillian Orella Beckstead Downs (1882 - 1956)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
South Jordan Cemetery
South Jordan
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA
Plot: 7-44-6
 
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Record added: Feb 04, 2007
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