|Birth: ||Feb. 16, 1895|
|Death: ||Dec. 15, 1974|
An Illinois native, Louise was born in Princeville, Peoria Co.
As of 1910, she and her family (parents: Alanson and Susan, and sister, Stella) were living in Viking, Perkins Co., IL.
In 1915, she attended the Panama Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco.
At age 25, (1920) she and her family lived in Blue Hill, Sherburne Co., Minnesota.
In 1927, she was living in San Francisco, at 2230 Pacific Ave., as a student.
In 1928, she was living in Sacramento County, at 817 27th St., working as a "technician."
Married Alfred Norton Bean between 1931 - 1936.
She was accomplished enough at sewing, to sell custom-made dresses.
She and her husband lived at the corner of Oak Lane and Curved Bridge Road, and raised horses there.
She owned two cats; Antoinette, a long-haired white Persian, and her grey-brown son, Homer.
She enjoyed gardening, and had an impressive collection of irises, that bloomed each spring. She enjoyed reading and would sit with a book for hours on end.
She passed away on December 15, 1974 in Rio Linda, ad was buried beside Alfred in the Odd Fellows Lawn Cemetery.
Alanson B McKown (1869 - 1948)
Susan Harriet Moffitt McKown (1869 - 1930)
Alfred Norton Bean (1885 - 1943)
Louise Bouton McKown Bean (1895 - 1974)
Stella Grace McKown Whittier (1896 - 1980)*
Odd Fellows Lawn Cemetery and Mausoleum
Plot: Grave 5, Lot 190, Sec F
Created by: MacBean
Record added: Sep 07, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41659116
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