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Mrs Wealthy S. Newton Beebe
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Birth: May 24, 1822
Ontario County
New York, USA
Death: Jan. 18, 1912
Roger Mills County
Oklahoma, USA

Another pioneer of Fulton county gone in the going home of Mrs. Wealthy S. Newton Beebe, daughter of Newell and Lucinda Newton, born May 24th 1822 in Canandaigua, Ontario County, New York, who passed away January 18th 1912 at the home of her son in Crawford, Oklahoma, aged 89 years 8 months and 18 days. She was the third of a family of eleven children, the only survivor is one brother, Charles W. Newton, of Missouri City, Missouri. She was the mother of eleven children, surviving as Byron L. Beebe, Belle Plain, Kansas; Elmore J. Beebe, Wauseon, Ohio; Oliver T. Beebe, Crawford, Oklahoma; Fred A. Beebe, Modoc, Kansas; Mrs. I. McConkey, Wauseon; Mrs. Romeo Ruldolph (Sarah Ellen) Cook, Chersaning, Michigan; and Mrs. Leander J. Loveland, Wauseon.
She was baptized in Killbuck, Ohio and raised her hand and came out of the water singing praises to God and for 77 years has lived a pure Christian life under all circumstances. She has spent the last twenty four years in the Western states and had but few times she could meet to worship. But hers was a good life, so king and loving. In the morning January 6th she wrote a nice letter to her daughter Meda and in the evening seemingly well as usual, she prepared to retire and fell a stoke of paralysis and never regained consciousness only for a short time and bid them farewell. She was a great sufferer for the last twelve days she lived and death came as the only relief.
The funeral was conducted by a Christian preacher. In her letters to her children she always said something to help us on to God, and we sadly miss her words of admonition. In her conversation her talk would often drift to something good for it was her delight to talk of heavenly things. In her early days the Indians would come and see her spin wool and flax to make our clothes and other things for the home. but when the cares of home keeping was passed, she spent much of her time in reading her Bible. The promises of God were a great comfort to her and a guide to her pathway.
Family links: 
  Jared B. Beebe (1816 - 1886)
  Almeda Jane Beebe McConkey (1847 - 1924)*
  Elmore J Beebe (1849 - 1928)*
  Oliver T. Beebe (1854 - 1926)*
  Fred A. Beebe (1866 - 1960)*
*Calculated relationship
Silent Home Cemetery
Roger Mills County
Oklahoma, USA
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Originally Created by: GuyB
Record added: Aug 19, 2003
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Mrs Wealthy S. <i>Newton</i> Beebe
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