Person:Mary Taber (20)

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Name Mary Louise Taber
Married Name[2] Mary Louise Beebe
Gender Female
Birth[1][2][8][11] 2 Feb 1851 Mt. Vernon, Erie, New York, United States
Census[1] Jun 1855 New York, United StatesAge 4
Residence[1] Jun 1855 New York, United States8th Ward, 7 District
Residence[4][7] 30 Jul 1860-8 Jun 1870 Jersey City, Hudson, New Jersey, United States
Census[7] 30 Jul 1860 Jersey City, Hudson, New Jersey, United StatesAge 9
Marriage abt 1870 to Richard Beebe, Sr
Census[4] 8 Jun 1870 Jersey City, Hudson, New Jersey, United StatesAge 19
Census[3] 9 May 1910 Thompson, Sullivan, New York, United StatesAge 59, married once; married 40 years, mother of 8 with 5 living
Residence[3] 9 May 1910 Thompson, Sullivan, New York, United States
Census[5] 9 Apr 1930 Monrovia, Los Angeles, California, United StatesAge 79; widowed
Residence[5] 9 Apr 1930 Monrovia, Los Angeles, California, United States229 East Lime Ave
Census[6] 10 Apr 1940 Monrovia, Los Angeles, California, United StatesAge 89; widowed
Residence[6] 10 Apr 1940 Monrovia, Los Angeles, California, United States229 East Lime Ave
Death[2][11] 29 Jan 1947 Los Angeles, California, United StatesCause of Death: Cerebral Hemorrhage, Arteriosclerosis
Burial[9] 1 Feb 1947 Live Oak Memorial Park, Monrovia, Los Angeles, California, United StatesPlot 292B5
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Alexander Taber family, in New York Secretary of State. State Census, New York County, New York, 1855, Jun 1855.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Death Record: Mary Louise Beebe, in California. Department of Public Health. Bureau of Vital Statistics. Death Index, 1940-1997.

    name: Mary Louise Beebe
    event type: Death
    event date: 29 Jan 1947
    event place: Los Angeles, California, United States
    birth date: 02 Feb 1851
    birthplace: New York
    gender: Female
    father's name: Taber
    mother's name: Hall

  3. 3.0 3.1 Richard Beebe family, in Sullivan, New York, United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule, 9 May 1910.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Catherin McBrean household, in Hudson, New Jersey, United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, 8 Jun 1870.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Mary L Beebe family, in Los Angeles, California, United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule, 9 Apr 1930.
  6. 6.0 6.1 William Beebe family, in Los Angeles, California, United States. 1940 U.S. Census Population Schedule, 10 Apr 1940.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Alexander Taber family, in Hudson, New Jersey, United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, 30 Jul 1860.

    Jersey City, 4th Ward, Pg 161, Dwelling 880, Family 1265, Lines 9-13, NARA microfilm publication M653, roll 693

  8. Genealogy and Autobiography by Clarence Wilbur Taber, self-published Nov 1, 1952.
  9. Death Certificate.

    Information of Death Certificate: Address: 229 E. Lime Ave, Monrovia, Calif; Time in this community = 26 years; Widowed; Age at Death: 95 yrs, 11 months, 27 days: Occupation: Housewife; Father: Alex Taber, London, England; Mother: Sarah Hall, NY NY

  10.   Letter from CWT to Mary Louise Taber.

    Letter from CWT to Mary Louise Taber, 30 Nov 1890. Mary L. Beebe, Monticello, NY. Dear Sister: I received the invitation to Lillie's wedding and would have been pleased to have attended if it were possible, but send her my congratulations instead of presenting them in person. I have been very busy lately and have had no time for anything. I suppose you have heard of the Indian outbreak. We are only 16 miles from the reservation so of couse we are considerably excited over it. Last Friday the people from all over the country flocked to town and they telegraphed the Governor for troops. There were over 500 from the country they had left their farms and everything. In the evening the Governor came with arms and ammunition which were left with the people and they felt better having means to protect themselves. Everybody looks for an outbreak before Spring which will terminate in war. The river is lined with troops from St. Louis and Washington and the Indians are watched very closely. Aunt May and Ida are very much disturbed as they have cause to be. It seems too bad to have lived here as long as we have and then be rewarded by having our scalps lifted. I joined the volunteers and the military company practice with winchester rifles everyday. It makes things rather exciting. I was out riding Thanksgiving and heard something come whizzing through the air and dodged as quick as I could and found it was a ball from a winchester which came from the military who were practicing about one-half a mile away. I do not know what to think about it. Many people are leaving the country until it blows off and Aunt May wants to go somewhere but I have no place to go and get work as I have a situation here and cannot leave without getting work right away so I suppose we will have to stay and run the risk. I am not afraid although I would like to have the women folks out of the way if there should be any trouble. With much love to all, I remain your loving brother, Clarence

    Letter from CWT 30 Nov 1890
  11. 11.0 11.1 Mary R Beebe, in Find A Grave.