Person:Frederick Beal (1)

m. 16 Jun 1887
  1. Gladys Beal1889 - 1890
  2. Elsie Fredericka Beal1890 - 1983
  3. Ralph Leroy Beal1891 - 1991
  4. Jesse L. Beal1894 - 1971
  5. Frederick K. Beal1896 - 1984
  6. Edith M. Beal1899 - 1959
  7. Harold Francis Beal1902 - 1975
m. 21 Sep 1921
  1. Kenneth Allen Beal1926 - 2010
  2. Margaret Louise Beal1931 - 2003
Facts and Events
Name Frederick K. Beal
Gender Male
Birth? 14 Jul 1896 Waterloo, Black Hawk, Iowa, United States
Marriage 21 Sep 1921 to May Evelyn Hayes
Death? 8 Dec 1984 Morris, Stevens, Minnesota, United States
Burial? 11 Dec 1984 Appleton, Swift, Minnesota, United States

Fred can be found in the following census:

1900 Center, Emmet, IA Federal Census 1920 Big Bend, Chippewa, MN Federal Census

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References
  1.   State of Minnesota. Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002.

    Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002
    Name: Frederick K. Beal
    Birth Date: 14 Jul 1896 Death Date: 8 Dec 1984
    Death County: Stevens Mother's Maiden Name: Kistner
    State File Number: 033214 Certificate Number: 033214
    Certificate Year: 1984 Record Number: 2165104

  2.   United States. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. (National Archives Microfilm Publication M1509).

    World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
    Name: Fredrick K Beal
    City: Not Stated
    County: Chippewa
    State: Minnesota
    Birthplace: Iowa;United States of America
    Birth Date: 14 Jul 1896
    Roll: 1675387
    DraftBoard: 0

  3.   Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index.

    Name: Fred Beal
    SSN: 472-40-2344
    Last Residence: 56208 Appleton, Swift, Minnesota, United States of America
    Born: 14 Jul 1896
    Died: Dec 1984
    State (Year) SSN issued: Minnesota (1955)

  4.   Per an email from Stanley Beal dated 30 July 2010: Your past interest in the tombstones of family brings back this memory of when my Grandfather Harvey left us. I was 13. That was still THE GREAT DEPRESSION. The Appleton area, where Aunt Edith and Uncle Fred lived, was experiencing a bit of THE DUST BOWL and life was uncertain there while things were a bit better here in the heavier soil. The family felt my Dad and Uncle Jesse were the most permanently located at the time so he was buried here. I don't know if you want things like this in your records or not. Uncle Jesse's family moved to Washington during WW-II. I was born north of town and am still here. My mother was born here and my Granddad came at one year of age and never left. My Maternal Great Grandfather, Welsh, Homesteaded here after his Discharge from THE CIVIL WAR.