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Samuel DeHart 'Sam' BEAVERS

Heiskill Cemetery
Baxter County,
Arkansas

Samuel "Sam" DeHart Beavers
Married (1) Elizabeth Jane "Eliza" Gibson around 1879
Married (2) Mrs. Lema A. Jones Guthrie December 31, 1922
Son of Laban John & Charlotte DeHart Beavers
September 18, 1959--October 1, 1940

September 18, 1859, Saint Joseph, Buchanan County, Missouri
October 1, 1940, Buffalo, Baxter County, Arkansas
Son of Laban John & Charlotte DeHart Beavers
Married (1) Elizabeth Jane "Eliza" Gibson around 1879
Married (2) Mrs. Lema A. Jones Guthrie December 31, 1922

The Baxter Bulletin, Mountain Home, Arkansas, October 4, 1940:

Buffalo

Monday, September 23rd, Samuel D. Beavers, (Uncle Sam as Buffalonians call him), Buffalo's loved and venerable blacksmith, ferryman and publis servant, suffered a stoke of paralysis in his right side and has been confined to his bed since that time. He appears to be fully conscious, but unable to speak or to use his right limbs. Uncle Sam has a great host of friends and relatives who have been doing everything possible for his comfort, and are hoping and praying that he will soon be restored to his usual health.

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The Baxter Bulletin, Mountain Home, Arkansas, October 11, 1940:

SAMUEL DeHART BEAVERS

Samuel DeHart Beavers 81 years old, pioneer citizen of Baxter County died at this home in Buffalo Tuesday of last week as a result of a paralytic storke suffered several weeks earlier.

Mr. Beavers was born in St. Joseph, Mo., September 18, 1859, and moved to Baxter county in 1869. He was well known over the county as a man who believed in making his own independent living by the sweat of his brow. With the true spirit of the pioneer, Mr. Beavers spent his life working for the progress of his community and county.

Funeral services where held at the Heiskill cemetery with Clarence H. Vance officiating. Arrangements were in charge of the McClure Funeral Home.

Survivors include his wife, two sons, Charles Beavers of Rea Valley and Riley Beavers of Advance, and one daughter, Mrs. Minda Maxey of Rush.

Contributed on 12/22/08 by maxparnell
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Record #: 126822

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Submitted: 12/22/08 • Approved: 1/8/14 • Last Updated: 1/11/14 • R126822-G0-S3

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