Person:Frieda Morgan (1)

Frieda Morgan
  1. Infant Son1895 - 1895
  2. Frieda Morgan1896 - 1989
  3. Clara Morgan1899 - 1990
  4. Infant Daughter1902 - 1902
  5. Florence Morgan1904 - 2006
  6. Paul Morgan1907 - 2001
  7. William Morgan1915 - 2007
m. 5 Sep 1917
  1. Stanley Ralph Beal1920 - 2014
  2. Mary Elizabeth Beal1922 - 2018
  3. Charles Beal1927 - 1927
  4. Barbara Louise Beal1929 - 2010
Facts and Events
Name Frieda Morgan
Gender Female
Birth? 8 Oct 1896 Round Lake, Nobles, Minnesota
Marriage 5 Sep 1917 Round Lake, Nobles, Minnesotato Ralph Leroy Beal
Death? 5 Mar 1989 Worthington, Nobles, Minnesota
Burial? 8 Mar 1989 Round Lake, Nobles, Minnesota

Frieda can be found in the following census:

1900 Indian Lake, Nobles, MN Federal Census 1910 Indian Lake, Nobles, MN Federal Census 1920 Indian Lake, Nobles, MN Federal Census 1930 Round Lake, Jackson (Nobles), Minnesota Federal Census

Morgan-Beal Nuptials – as printed in the Round Lake Graphic. Round Lake girl becomes bride of Milan boy. A pretty wedding took place at four o’clock Wednesday afternoon, September 5th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Eugene Morgan when their daughter Frieda was joined in wedlock to Mr. Ralph Beal. The happy couple, attended by Miss Clara Morgan, the bride’s sister, and Jesse Beal, brother of the groom, took their places beneath a beautiful arch of asters and ferns while Mrs. Frank Willardson, the bride’s aunt, played the wedding march. Rev. J. T. Anderson, of the Reading Presbyterian Church, performed the ceremony. The bride was attired in a beautiful gown of white crepe de chine, and the groom wore the conventional suit of blue. Miss Clara was dressed in a dainty blue mull and the best man, a servant of Uncle Sam, wore the khaki uniform. After the wedding ceremony, a delicious wedding dinner was served. The bride’s table was beautifully decorated with blue and white ribbons extending from the center of the table to each plate at which was a sweet pea blossom and a place card. The out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Beal and Harold Beal, of Milan, Minnesota, parents and brother of the groom ; Jesse Beal of Yankton, South Dakota; Mrs. And Mrs. W. H. Beal; the Misses Alice Beal and Esther and Carrol Eastman, of Estherville, Iowa; Mrs. George Morgan and Miss Bessie Bloom, of Worthington. The bride has been reared in this community and has a wide circle of friends to whom she has endeared herself by her sweet nature and good qualities. The groom who has been in this community for the last few years is a splendid young man and their hosts of friends wish them much success and happiness

This poem, was given to Frieda Beal, by her daughter Mary Elizabeth (Betty), on Mother’s Day 1928. Betty would have been one week shy of being 6 years old. The poem is written in Betty’s handwriting.

Which Loved Best

I “I love you mother”, said little John Then forgetting his work, his cap went on, And he was off to the garden swing Leaving his mother the wood to bring.

II “I love you mother”, said little Nell. “I love you better than tongue can tell” Then she teased and pouted half the day Till mother rejoiced when she went out to play.

III “I love you mother said little Jan” “Today I’ll help you all I can” To the cradle then did she softly creep And rocked the baby till fell asleep.

IV “I love you mother again they said” Three little children going to bed How do you think that mother guessed Which of them really loved her best?