Randolph County, Indiana
A Winchester Newspaper
Word was received by relatives in this city that Alpheus Beard, a well known resident of this city, died Wednesday morning at Colorado Springs, where, accompanied by Mrs. Beard, he went early in the fall for the benefit of his health. He suffered an attack of influenza last year, from which he never recovered.
March 3, 1921
WESTERN TRIP ENDS IN DEATH
Besides the widow, one son, Ora Beard, survives. The remains accompanied by Mrs. Beard, arrived here Friday morning and were taken to the home of a brother-in-law, A.L. Farquhar, in South Main street. Funeral services conducted from the Friends church, Saturday afternoon, in charge of the Rev. Frank Cornell. Burial in Fountain Park Cemetery.
Contributed by Gina Richardson
A Randolph County Area Newspaper
Laura M., d/o Henry & Melissa Ann (Hinshaw) Beard
b.8/23/1875-d 6/6/1888 surv. parents, 3 sis and 1 bro.
Summarized by Sandra Mumah
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