Person:Sarah Beal (11)

Sarah Miller Beal
m. 23 Dec 1858
  1. Mary Beal1860 - 1863
  2. Naomi Miller Beal1861 - 1944
  3. William Henry Beal1863 - 1863
  4. Harvey Miller Beal1864 - 1933
  5. Marcellus Miller Beal1866 - 1916
  6. Abigail Beal1867 - 1925
  7. Sarah Miller Beal1869 - 1955
  8. Walter Miller Beal1874 - 1942
  9. Charles Miller Beal1877 - 1969
m. 20 Sep 1888
  1. Roger Wayne Hungtington1889 - 1943
  2. Leo Milan Huntington1894 - 1978
  3. Robert Henry Huntington1897 - 1965
  4. Lucille Georgia Huntington1906 - 2000
Facts and Events
Name Sarah Miller Beal
Gender Female
Birth? 11 Sep 1869 Waterloo, Black Hawk, Iowa
Marriage 20 Sep 1888 Orange Twp., Black Hawk, Iowato George Huntington
Death? 31 Mar 1955 Waterloo, Black Hawk, Iowa
Burial? 2 Apr 1955 Orange Twp., Black Hawk, Iowa

Sadie can be found in the following census:

1870 Black Hawk Twp., Black Hawk, IA Federal Census 1880 Black Hawk Twp., Black Hawk, IA Federal Census 1885 Black Hawk Twp., Black Hawk, IA State Census 1900 Waterloo, Black Hawk, IA Federal Census 1910 E Waterloo Twp, Black Hawk, IA Federal Census 1920 Waterloo Ward 2, Black Hawk, IA Federal Census

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  1.   From an email sent by Stanley Beal 5/29/2009: Your info about Ed Beal is quite interesting in the long ago memory it brought back. My Dad and Mother both had relatives in Waterloo. In 1928, my Grandparents bought a new Whippet car in May and decided to visit in Waterloo in the fall. They needed a driver so my Dad drove for them. I was 8 & my sister was 6 and kids often went along then so the 6 of us piled into the tiny Whippet and went to Waterloo. Our family stayed at Aunt Sadie's and Uncle George's. She was boarding school teachers and one was wearing red shoes. RED SHOES were something unheard of for this country kid and I guess I didn't keep still about my shock at them---kids----THE GOOD OLD DAYS. Anyway, I recall my Dad visiting with an ED BEAL. That was 81 years ago this fall so it is sketchy but I do recall his visiting with an ED BEAL. I hope that helps verify your discovery. No way could I remember where he fit into the family but I met so many family.

    I recall going to their CATTLE CONGESS that was on while we were there and Great Uncle George Huntington was taking tickets and working there. I recall going to Dad's Aunt Mary, I think (?) the widow of Marcellus in her huge house. Also to his Aunt Gustav in her poor health with PERNICIOUS ANEMIA (?) and her daughter Edna Byrd. It was all a lot to retain. I was still rather small yet but I knew and remember many of that generation. Many visited at our house. I even knew Great Uncle Charles' first wife, Aunt Orpha plus Aunt Naomi, Aunt Sadie, Uncle George and Uncle Charles plus Uncle Walter and Aunt Mary Schweitzer Beal, well. I remember Uncle Clarence Eastman but Aunt Abby died in 1925 when I was only 5. I recall staying at my Maternal grandparents when my folks went to her Funeral. It would have meant so much to you if you could have known them too but you are doing the research and preserving it all..

    A sidelight to it all was a stop at West Bend at The Grotto of The Redemption that was just getting started. then. I recall my Grandmother saying Father Doberstein would never live to see it finished and, of course, he didn't.
  2.   The Huntington family in America : a genealogical memoir of the known descendants of Simon Huntington from 1633 to 1915; Huntington Family Association; 1915
  3.   Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, IA 31 March 1955
    Mrs. Geo. R. Huntington
    Mrs. George R. Huntington, 86, died at 1:20 a. m. Thursday at Schoitz Memorial
    hospital. She had suffered a fractured hip two weeks ago. Death resulted from
    complications and advanced years.
    She was born on Sept. 11, 1869, in Waterloo, the daughter of Jesse and Caroline
    Beal. She was married to George R. Huntington on Sept. 20, 1888. She had
    resided in Waterloo throughout her entire lifetime.
    Mrs. Huntington was a member of First Methodist church and of the King's
    Daughters of that church.
    Surviving are two sons, Leo M., 1125 Kimball Ave.; Robert H., Beverly Hills,
    Calif.; one daughter, Mrs. Lambert Lowe, 142 Graceline Blvd.; one brother
    Charles M. Beal, Washington, D. C.; four grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
    She was preceded in death by her husband in 1947 and was also preced in death by
    her parents, one son, three brothers, two sisters.
    Funeral services will be conducted at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Parrott & Wood
    funeral home by Dr. Fred Miller, paster of First Methodist church. Burial will
    be in Orange township cemetery.

    Additional Comments:
    husband, George Roger Huntington
    parents, Jesse Lichty Beal and Caroline Miller
    children: Roger Wayne, Leo Milan, Robert Henry and Lucille Georgia