|Death: ||Feb. 18, 1955|
Alexander F. Beaubien, 73, of 410 Glendenning pl., Waukegan, attorney and member of a pioneer Chicago family, died of a heart attack Friday night in Port au Prince, Haiti, relatives disclosed yesterday. Mr. Beaubien and his wife, Lucille, had been taking a vacation air trip thru the Caribbean area.
A lifelong Republican, he was a former clerk and attorney for the north shore sanitary district and a former president of the Waukegan-North Chicago Chamber of Commerce. He was a defense lawyer at the trial of Gov. Len Small on charges of embezzlement of state funds nearly 35 years ago.
Mr. Beaubien was a grandson of Mark Beaubien, Chicago's first tavern keeper. Besides his widow, he leaves two sons, Gordon and Mark H., a member of the Illinois Republican state central committee.
Chicago Tribune, February 20, 1955
Memorial services for Alexander F. Beaubien, 73, of 410 Glendening pl., Waukegan, an attorney and grandson of Mark Beaubien, Chicago's first tavernkeeper, will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the First Presbyterian church, Waukegan. Mr. Beaubien, former president of the Lake County Bar association and the Waukegan-North Chicago Chamber of Commerce, died Friday while vacationing in Port au Prince, Haiti. Surviving are his wife, Lucille; and two sons, Mark H. and Gordon.
Chicago Tribune, February 22, 1955
Married 16 May 1907 in Chicago to Julia Dolezal, age 17.
Married 2 April 1913 in Ashtabula, Ohio to Lucille M. Huelster, age 21. He was divorced. His parents were Oliver M. Beaubien & Katherine Falconer; hers, Edward W. Huelster & Laura M. Byers.
Oliver M. Beaubien (1853 - 1906)
Katherine Falconer Beaubien (1856 - 1929)
Alexander F. Beaubien (1920 - 1940)*
Alexander F. Beaubien (____ - 1955)
Oscar Beaubien (1879 - 1889)*
Olive B Scott (1884 - 1956)*
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