|Birth: ||Oct. 19, 1852|
|Death: ||Jan. 2, 1916|
The Opelika Dailey News
The death of Mrs. B. P. LeSuer, an estimble woman of this city, at 5:30 o'clock Sunday morning was a shock to the family and many friends. Mrs. LeSuer, age 62 years, last Thursday. Her death occurred at her home on First Avenue.
The deceased was 62 years old, born Oct. 19, 1853, near Opelika, living her all her life. Before her marriage on June 2nd., 1889, in Chambers County to Mr. B. P. LeSuer she was Miss Julia Ingram. Her husband passed away within the last year.
Surviving are one brother, Robert J. Ingram of Atlanta; two sisters, Mrs. Ada McCord of near Decatur, Ala.; Mrs. Annie High of near Waverly; three step-daughters; Mrs. L. M. Jumper of Dawson, Ga.; Mrs. Tom W. Bell, of Vincent, Ala.; Mrs. W. T. Holstn of Waverly and one step-son, R. D. LeSuer of Newnan, Ga.
The funeral will take place at 9:30 o'clock this morning from the late family home, internment to be at city cemetery. Rev. A. P. McFerrin will officiate. Pallbearers will be C. M. Varner, J. A. Greene, M. D. Morgan, S. R. Williams, E. E. Lowe and I. Watson.
Daughter of Robert and Mary Emily (Burson) Ingram
Wife of Benjamin Preston LeSueur, C.S.A. ~ married June 02, 1889, Chambers Co., AL
Benjamin Preston and Julia F. (Ingram) LeSueur had an infant child, name unknown.
Benjamin Preston LeSueur (1841 - 1915)*
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