- I am not sure if this is pertinent, but there is an H.G. Beckley pictured in two photos in a 1901 Pamphlet of Worthington, for which the index is availableMessage 1 of 4 , Feb 3, 2011View SourceI am not sure if this is pertinent, but there is an H.G. Beckley pictured in two photos in a 1901 Pamphlet of Worthington, for which the index is available on-line at:
There are these Beckley's mentioned in the A.P. Rose book (For those outside the county, this is the basic early historical reference for the Worthington area);
BECKLEY Clarasa 453
BECKLEY Eugene E. 453
BECKLEY Harvey G. 453
BECKLEY Harvey G. 283
BECKLEY Jennie M. 189
BECKLEY Jennie M. 453
BECKLEY Joseph 453
BECKLEY L. H. 453
BECKLEY L. H. 173
BECKLEY Martha 453I am not aware of the A.P. Rose book being available to be read nor searched on-line.
- An Illustrated History of Nobles County, by A. Rose, c1908, is available online at: http://books.google.com/ Happy Genealogy Hunting!Message 2 of 4 , Feb 3, 2011View Source
- I have articles on the death of L H (Lucious) Beckley and Mrs L H Beckley (Martha M Austin). Both are buried in the Worthington Cemetery. Not sure they willMessage 3 of 4 , Feb 4, 2011View SourceI have articles on the death of L H (Lucious) Beckley and Mrs L H Beckley (Martha M Austin). Both are buried in the Worthington Cemetery.Not sure they will turn out if not i will have to mail you copies. Let me know.CarolynOn Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 3:11 PM, Jerry <jerryjeffrey44@...> wrote:
I am looking for help in finding obituaries for two family members who lived in Worthington. Lucius Beckley who died May 5 1929 and Martha M. Beckley who died March 21 1928. If anyone can help I would greatly appreciate it. I have the death certificates from the state but obits would be nice to see what information is there. Lucius and Martha were my wife's great-grandparents. I will be happy to pay for any costs involved. Thank-you very much.
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