|Birth: ||Apr. 22, 1828|
|Death: ||Jul. 20, 1894|
DR JOHN S. BEAL of Galveston, is a native of Fairfield County, Ohio, and was born April 22, 1828. He was the fourth son of Thomas W. and Eliza (Ijams) Beal, both of whom were natives of Maryland....
October 16, 1854, he married to Lizzie Zehring, daughter of Philip and Anna Zehring, both natives of Pennsylvania and of German descent. She was born in Warren County, Ohio, July 14, 1829, and died September 21, 1868, leaving two children: Frank H., born February 24, 1859, and Sallie Z., born November 19, 1861. Dr. Beal is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, the I. O. O. F. lodge, and an ardent Republican in politics. He is an intelligent and well informed man and a highly respected Citizen. Our subject was possessed of a desire to secure a good education, and in view of this his father gave him his time at the age of eighteen. During the following year he worked at wheel-weighting. Four brothers: Josiah, Isaac I., William P. and Thomas H. C. Isaac I. (deceased) was a minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church; Thomas H. C. is also a minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church; Josiah and William P. are mechanics. Five sisters: Anne E., Armira R., Priscilla J., Mary and Emily C., all of whom are dead except Ann E."
From 406. History of Cass County, Illinois, 1882, William Hanry Perrin, Chicago: O. L. Baskin & Co., p. 785/6 (bio by: Peggy)
Elizabeth Ijams Beall (1798 - 1868)
Lizzie Zehring Beall (1829 - 1868)
Sallie Z Beall (1861 - 1898)*
Josiah Beall (1821 - 1903)*
John S Beall (1828 - 1894)
Created by: Mark
Record added: Aug 01, 2007
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