Person:Benjamin Byerly (2)

Benjamin Franklin Byerly
m. 2 Oct 1912
  1. John Fredrick Byerly1915 - 1994
  2. Mary Ruth Byerly1917 - 2004
  3. Esther Irene Byerly1919 - 1990
  4. Naomi Nell Byerly1921 - 1921
  5. Lida Elizabeth Byerly1926 - 2004
  6. Infant Byerly1928 - 1928
  7. Benjamin Franklin Byerly1929 - 1990
Facts and Events
Name Benjamin Franklin Byerly
Gender Male
Birth[1] 27 Jul 1929 Elk City, Beckham, Oklahoma, USA
Census[4] 1930 Elk Twp., Oklahoma, Oklahoma, USA
Residence[5] Jan 1957 Urbana, Champaign, Illinois, USA
Residence[6] 1961 Chestertown, Kent, Maryland, USA
Residence? 5 Jul 1990 Greeley, Weld, Colorado, USA
Death[2][3][11] 6 Jul 1990 London, London, England

In the San Louis Valley Courier account of Lida's marriage, it lists him as living in Urban, Ill. (in 1957).!Genealogical records of Lida Elizabeth (Chapman) Byerly

  1. John F. Byerly. The Byerly Family of the Valley of Virginia. (The Dietz Press - 1994)
    p. 130.
  2. A Descendant chart for Benjamin Byerly 1807 - 1867 given to me by Ginger (McCormick) Soderlund. Dated 4-6-94.
  3. obituary
    obituary, 13 Jul 1990.
  4. 1930 census, Elk Twp, Beckham, OK p. 3301 sheet 13b
    1930 census, Elk Twp, Beckham, OK p. 3301 sheet 13b, 30 Jul 2003.
  5. San Louis Valley Courier
    San Louis Valley Courier, Alamosa, Colorado, Jan 1957.
  6. SS Byerly's obit & funeral card
    SS Byerly obit & funeral card.
  7.   GEDCOM file imported on 4 Oct 2002. merge of jim chapman & jody gloor.
  8.   The San Louis Valley Courier. The San Louis Valley Courier clipping. (Alamosa Colorado, 16 Jan 1857)
    16 Jan 1957.
  9.   GEDCOM file imported on 15 Sep 2002. Jim Chapman.
  10.   San Louis Valley Courier
    San Louis Valley Courier, Alamosa, Colorado, Jan 1957.
  11. Benjamin Byerly

    Benjamin F. Byerly, 61, Greeley, professor of history at the University of Northern Colorado, died Friday, July 6, in London.

    He was born July 27, 1929, in Elk City, Okla.

    Mr. Byerly moved to southern Colorado with his family. He attended Fowler High School and La Junta and Pueblo junior colleges. He received his undergraduate degree from Kansas State Manhattan.

    He served in the U.S. Air Force for three years in Germany. He then attended the University of Illinois where he received his master's and Ph.D. degrees in English constitutional history. He taught for three years at Washington College in Chestertown, Md., before coming to UNC in 1963.

    He also had been an external editor of the Public Records Office in London and spent part of his summers there for the past 22 years.

    He was a member of Phi Alpha Theta, the history honorary fraternity, and was elected a member of the Royal Historical Society of England in 1977. He was the recipient of research grants from the American Philosophical Society and the National Endowment for the Humanities. He had edited two volumes of 13th-century English wardrobe and household accounts fox the Public Records Office.

    Survivors are his wife, ; two daughters, ; four sons, ; four sisters, Mary Enos of Firestone, Lida Chapman of Salt Lake City, Utah. , ; two brothers, John of Canon City, . Two sisters are deceased.

    Services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the University Center Panorama Lounge. Memorial Mass will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church.