Beebe, Edgar P.
- Minnie Beebe
- Emma Beebe
- Susie E. Beebe
Marriage & Children
Edgar P. Beebe married Rita Williamson (sometimes listed as Maria). Their children were:
Edgar P. Beebe died November 18, 1952
Knox Cemetery - Edgar P. Beebe Grave Stone
BEEBE - Nov. 18, Edgar P. Beebe of Berne, R. D., husband, of the late Rita Williamson; father of Charles Beebe of Berne, R. D., and Ralph Beebe of Hoosick Falls; brother of Mrs. Susie Keenholts, Altamont. Also survived by four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral service Friday, 2 p. m. from Knox Reformed church, Knox.
Altamont Enterprise November 21, 1952
A dinner party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar P. Beebe last week Friday in honor of Mr. Beebe's 77th birthday. Besides Mr. and Mrs. Beebe were their sons and families. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Beebe and daughter, Blanche, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Beebe and daughter Gladys and sons, Walter and Howard. The dinner was prepared by the daughters-in-law in their homes and served by them as Mrs. Beebe is not able for a time to do work.
Two weeks ago Sunday Edgar P. Beebe slipped on the ice and fell, striking on his hand and wrist. After a day or so it began to be painful. He visited a doctor and it was discovered he had sprained it and a small bone was cracked. It was strapped to a small board and is now much better.
Altamont Enterprise January 2, 1942
1953 Edgar P. Beebe's former home burns
Fire Destroys Beebe Farm House, Knox Road, Sunday The old Beebe farmhouse, on the Altamont-Knox road, was almost entirely destroyed by fire which swept the upper part of the structure Sunday afternoon. The property is now owned by Clyde Musser. Cause of the fire was said to have been a flaming rag, part of a torch used to burn worms out of a tree, the burning rag in some unaccountable manner being blown under the west side of the building. A strong wind was prevalent at the time. Firemen from Knox, Berne, and Altamont responded to the alarm. With water drawn from the upper Altamont reservoir the flames were finally extinguished, but not before the building was a shambles, both from the fire and water. The farmhouse was the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beebe for many years. It is located opposite Wolfe's Tavern, formerly Lahndorff's. Altamont Enterprise May 29, 1953