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Beauregard, Edward William 1880 – 1913

BEAUREGARD, BEAUREGUARD, ASHER, BONQUIT, HELMER, MCQUILLIN

Posted By: Joy Moore (email)
Date: 7/27/2020 at 10:35:19

Source: Cresco Plain Dealer June 6, 1913, P-FP, C-4

Death Came Suddenly.
Monday afternoon, at about six o’clock; Edward Beauregard, a resident of Howard Center township, was found dead by his little daughter who was sent to call him from his work to supper. He had been plowing corn and evidently, being subject to epileptic fits, had been seized by one and fallen forward in such a manner that his neck was broken. When found the team was down and badly tangled up in a fence and their harness. The deceased was about 33 years of age and leaves a wife and three children. They have been residents of this county for about two years, moving from Cedar county, Iowa. The remains were taken yesterday to Topeka. Kansas, where the family have relatives, for interment.

Source: Cresco Plain Dealer June 13, 1913, P-FP, C-3

Beauregard.
Edward William Beauregard was born in Kune, New Hampshire, in 1880. He died June 2, 1913, at Cresco, Iowa, aged 33 years, 7 months and 2 days.
He was united in marriage to Matilda E. Asher on the 23rd of August, 1905. To this union was born four children, two girls and two boys, one having died in infancy. He leaves to mourn him: his wife and three children, his father, Ed Beaureagrd{sic} of Cedar county, four sisters, Jennie Bonquit of Massachusetts, and Lena Helmer, Amanda Beauregard and Josephine McQuillin, also of Cedar county.
He united in 1902 with the Christian church of which he was an active member, and remained faithful to the last.
Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Shaffer at the home. The remains were shipped to Topeka, Kansas, for burial.

Source: Cresco Plain Dealer June 13, 1913, P-8, C-6

DIED—Mr. Will Beaureguard died at his home, Monday evening, about six o’clock. He was plowing corn and was taken with a spasm and fell from the plow and broke his neck. It was a great shock to all. He leaves a wife and little son and several brothers and sisters, besides other relatives and friends. The entire community extend their heartfelt sympathv to Mrs. Beaureguard and son and a brother Emory of this place. Funeral services were held at the home, Thursday at 10 o’clock. He was shipped to their former home in Topeka, Kansas, Rev. Robertson officiating at his home here.

Transcriber’s Note: His last name is spelled two different ways.


 

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