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Myrtle Mae Casey Beadle
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Birth: Mar. 24, 1905
Florence
Williamson County
Texas, USA
Death: Jan. 23, 1985
Bell County
Texas, USA

Bio: Myrtle Casey Beadle was raised in and around Florence, Texas. She was a natural teacher and that was her life calling. She taught in county schools that were often one- room schools that covered all grades. In the late 1940's, the State passed a law that all teachers be certified. Myrtle and teachers like her had to go to college and take an accelerated program to receive their teaching certificate, although they had been teaching for years. She was a nice looking lady with beautiful red hair. She was married to Joe Beadle and they owned a ranch on the Lampasas River. The Dam of Stillhouse Hollow Lake, Belton, Texas, covers their ranch. They had no children. 
 
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 Parents:
  Mack Henry Casey (1875 - 1945)
  Fannie Elizabeth Lawler Casey (1877 - 1929)
 
 Spouse:
  Joe A. Beadle (1907 - 1995)
 
 Siblings:
  Newton Willis Casey (1898 - 1966)*
  Roy Randall Casey (1903 - 1941)*
  Myrtle Mae Casey Beadle (1905 - 1985)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
North Belton Cemetery
Belton
Bell County
Texas, USA
Plot: 571 OLD SECTION
 
Created by: YukonOkie
Record added: May 03, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 36676384
Myrtle Mae <i>Casey</i> Beadle
Added by: SFC Frank Irons Sr. Retired US Army 1977
 
Myrtle Mae <i>Casey</i> Beadle
Added by: SFC Frank Irons Sr. Retired US Army 1977
 
Myrtle Mae <i>Casey</i> Beadle
Added by: YukonOkie
 
 
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My Dad's, "Teacher" cousin. She taught school in Bell County, Texas, in County Schools. These were rural country schools, such as a one room school house, that had multiple grades attending.
- Damon Lee Casey
 Added: Jul. 9, 2012

-Anonymous
 Added: Nov. 29, 2010
Rest in Peace.
- Mary
 Added: Feb. 13, 2010
 
 
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