BEAVERS, CHARLES WILLIAM - Baxter County, Arkansas | CHARLES WILLIAM BEAVERS - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

Charles William BEAVERS

Burnt School House Cemetery
Baxter County,
Arkansas

Husband of Ada L. Hall Beavers.
Son of Charles Robert Beavers and Mary Evaline "Evie" Cunningham Beavers.
Married Marion County, Arkansas, August 28, 1909.
Born Logan County, Arkansas, February 29, 1888.
Died McPhearson, Baxter County, Arkansas, July 27, 1937

The Baxter Bulletin
August 6, 1937
C.W. Beavers passed away at his home at McPhearson, Tuesday evening at 4 o'clock, July 27, after about 20 hours of very severe suffering with something like a congestive chill.
Mr. Beavers leaves to mourn his passing his wife, Ada, eight children, Lizzie, Cara, Thurman, Claude, Jessie, Betty, Carl and Garland, his mother Mrs. M.E. Beavers, four brothers, Henry of Buffalo, J.C. of Cotter, Arthur of Shipps Ferry, Eugene of near Advance, five sisters, Mrs. Nora Mead, Mrs. Allie Smith of Advance, Mrs. Mary Durbin of Mt. Home, Mrs. Callie Merrill of Bald Knob and Mrs. Velma Diliday, California, a host of nephews, nieces and friends.
He was a member of the Chruch of ChrisT, baptized in August of 1931, lived as the Bible commanded until the end and we believe Father has a home in heaven and we hope to meet him there. We wish to thank each and all for the kindness shown us in time of need. His remains were laid to rest in the Burnt School House Cemetery near Advance, after a beautiful service conducted by Reverend M.E. Robertson of Philipsburg, MO.
O.B. McClure had charge of the funeral. - The Family
(From the files of Max Parnell.)

Contributed on 7/1/09 by maxparnell
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