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Henry J. Beal
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Birth: Jan. 25, 1870, USA
Death: Oct. 24, 1958
Grants Pass
Josephine County
Oregon, USA

Henry John Beal, was born in Pennsylvania . His father 's name was Abraham Beal, according to some records. Mothers name is not known. John, as he was called came west at some time. Henry married Nellie N. (maiden name unknown. They had two sons, Thomas Beal and John S. Beal. John Henry was farmer in Montana, then later did blacksmithing and was a machinest , according to my research of the census records.

Later Henry John Beal, married a second time, to Ida Francis Peal Alexander. (marrriage year, unknown.)
Ida Francis Peal, is my great Aunt. She and Uncle Henry (John) moved to Grants Pass, Oregon, and they made their home there. I knew them as a child. Ida's parents were Enoch Franklin Peal, and Virginia Wickliffe Peal, my great grandparents. They lived in Union County, Oregon. Ida had a son Virgil Alexander, by her first marriage.
Henry's son John S. Beal married and had children. I have no information about them. I am hoping they see this memorial,for their grandfather.

Great niece Delores Roe 
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  Ida Francis Peal Alexander Beal (1876 - 1956)
  John S. Beal (1913 - 1985)*
*Calculated relationship
Hawthorne Memorial Gardens
Grants Pass
Josephine County
Oregon, USA
Maintained by: Delores W. Roe
Originally Created by: Diligence2
Record added: Nov 04, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61125730
Henry J. Beal
Added by: Jean Boling
Henry J. Beal
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Added by: Jean Boling
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Dear Great Uncle John, I light this candle for you from our family.I remember you as a small child,coming to visit you and Aunt Ida. I am doing research, and writing a story, of your life here on earth, to leave for those who wish to know of you. You were...(Read more)
- Delores W. Roe
 Added: Dec. 8, 2010

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