Notes for Francis Marion Bearden (1844-1931) m1 Ann Elizabeth Cupp m2 Laura M Huls

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Note added Mon Feb 25 01:01:23 2013

Death certificate...

This may be the same Francis Marion Bearden who served in the CW. Widow claimed pension.

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Note added Mon Feb 25 20:22:39 2013

Series: M593 Roll: 768 Page: 175

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Birth: Feb. 11, 1844
Death: Dec. 17, 1931

Francis Marion Bearden
Fancis was the youngest child of Hannah(Cooley) and William Bearden,
William died when Francis was three years of age. Fancis served in the U.S.
Army , a Union soldier in the Cival War.
Francis married twice, once to Ann Elizabeth Cupp, they had eight
children, Lewis Franklin, Oliver, John Erren, Mary Lenor, Melvina (Molly)
Ollie, Dora B. and Charlie, after the death of Ann, Francis married again
to Laura M.Huls, Laura and Francis had Four children, Hobart Troy, Minnie Mable, Raymond Calvin and Charlie Cecil. Francis died in Chadwick, Missouri and is buried at Oak Ridge Cemetery in Taney county

Family links:
Laura M Huls Wilkerson (1875 - 1967)

Hobert Troy Bearden (1902 - 1961)*
Minnie Mable Bearden Hager (1904 - 1944)*
Raymond Calvin Bearden (1913 - 1968)*

*Calculated relationship

Co. 1 49th MO INF

Note: Military Marker

Oak Ridge Cemetery
Walnut Shade
Taney County
Missouri, USA

Maintained by: Robert & Dolly
Originally Created by: WRVHS
Record added: Sep 28, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21813589

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Note added Mon Feb 25 20:34:11 2013

John Bearden is who was wanted for stealing Harry Johnson's horse, was captured. He was earlier acquitted of murder of Ike Lewis of Taney County in 1896. He was born in Chariton Co., MO, May 21, 1874 and is the son of Francis M. Bearden. He has a brother Lewis Bearden. In 1880 his parents moved to Taney County, MO.