BEAULIEU, JOSEPH SR - Benton County, Arkansas | JOSEPH SR BEAULIEU - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

Joseph Sr BEAULIEU

Rogers City (Rogers) Cemetery
Benton County,
Arkansas

October 14, 1838 - January 18, 1911

*Obituary
Rogers Democrat
Thursday, January 26, 1911

BEAULIEU, Joseph - Joseph Beaulieu was born in St. Phileomen, Canada in October 1838 and was of French-Canadian descent. He received his education in a French school at Durham, Canada. He was married to Miss Martha Muir of Huntington, Canada on February 20, 1865 and to them were born thirteen children, eight of whom, together with the mother, survive him to mourn his death. The children are Joseph Beaulieu of Rogers; Mrs. Frank Heller, Pocono Summit, Penn.; Mrs. Levi Bellahs, Rogers; Peter 0. Beaulieu, Winner, S.D.; Mrs. H.A. Lowe, Springfield, Mo.; Mrs. Elmer White, Monett; Frank Beaulieu, Winner, S.D.; Mrs. Oscar Pullen, Rogers. Mr. Beaulieu left Canada in 1860, going to Iowa where he remained until 1890 when the family came to Rogers, locating a short distance northeast of town, where he has been engaged in farming and fruit growing. He had been in poor health for the past three years and a year ago he went to Colorado but no improvement was noticed in his heart trouble and he came home in a short time. The last of December he went to St. John's hospital at Springfield and was said to be doing nicely but his heart suddenly weakened and he died there January 18th. The body was brought here for burial, arriving last Friday morning and the funeral services were held that afternoon at the Christian church at two o'clock, being conducted by the pastor, Rev. J.P. Dillon. Few men have been more esteemed by this community for their thrift, honesty and integrity than the deceased. The editors of the Democrat always found it a pleasure to talk with him for he was a careful and conservative thinker. He will be missed by many friends and acquaintances and they join with us in extending sympathy to the bereaved wife and children. Mrs. Beaulieu and the family desire us to extend their deepest regards to the friends who so kindly assisted them in any way during their hour of sorrow.

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Submitted: 6/21/08 • Approved: 2/18/14 • Last Updated: 2/21/14 • R30785-G0-S3

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