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The following Obit was given to me by Ken Gooden  His email address is

                                               goodenuf@nethere.com                                              

 

Samuel Beal
Commemorative Biographical Record
of the Counties of
Huron and Lorain, Ohio

pages 1138 - 1139

Samuel Beal, a leading agriculturist of Elyria township, is a native of Lorain county, born May 7, 1846, a son of Philip and Eva(Smith) Beal, who were married in Germany, where three of their children were born. They came to the United States, and settled in Lorain county, Ohio, on a farm where the father died in 1866, at the age of seventy-seven years. They were the parents of eight children, as follows: Eva (wife of Christopher Decker),  Maria (wife of John Kolpe), Lewis(now in Michigan), Susie (wife of C. Heeg),  Paul, Mary, Moses and Samuel. The subject of this sketch received his education at the common schools of his native township, and was reared to agricultural pursuits. In 1870 he was married to Miss Catherine Eppley, and eight children were born to them, named as follows: Frank (married to Mary Barth), Cora (wife of Vernon Bender, and has one child, Lydia), Ora, Samuel, Charles, Harvey, Earl and Elmer. Mr. Beal owns 144 acres of land, and by industry and perserverance has accumulated a snug competence. In his political preferences he is a Republican, and in matters of religion he is an adherent of the Evangelical Church.

                                                          

                                           

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