|Death: ||Jul. 5, 1868|
Malinda Dixon was the fifth child of Jacob and Nancy (Darby) Dixon. She married Nathaniel Beason on 24 June 1847 in Cedar County, Missouri. He was the was the son of Nathan and Sarah (Turner) Beason.
To this union seven children were born Nancy, William, James, Zimiri, Jacob, Andrew and Nathan.
Nathan joined the Union Army in the fall of 1861 during the Civil War. According to the Adjutant General's Office, Nathan had been home on leave and on 19 April, 1863 was returning to camp with a group when they were captured by guerrillas in Dallas County, Missouri. He was murdered in Cedar County, Missouri on April 22, 1863 by gunshot. He was 36 years old.
He was buried in a mass grave in Cedar County, Missouri. Malinda did not want him buried there so two of her brothers retrieved his body. He was buried in Tinker Cemetery the same cemetery as their two sons and her parents.
Malinda had the difficult task of raising her four children alone. She died five years later on July 5, 1868 at the age of thirty-seven. Malinda is buried beside her husband and two sons.
Information from the Dixon Book by Jerrie Lynch.
Written by Dori Chrisp 47796684.
Jacob Dixon (1803 - 1883)
Nancy Darby Dixon (1803 - 1863)
Nathaniel Beason (1827 - 1863)
Nancy Walker Beason (1848 - 1928)*
William Calvin Beason (1850 - 1918)*
James Robert Beason (1852 - 1926)*
Zimiri C. Beason (1854 - 1883)*
Jacob Beason (1856 - 1862)*
Andrew J. Beason (1858 - 1864)*
Zimri Dixon (1823 - 1895)*
Albert Dixon (1825 - 1895)*
Malinda Dixon Beason (1831 - 1868)
Isaac Dixon (1837 - 1915)*
Created by: Dori & Ed Chrisp
Record added: Sep 10, 2012
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