Bio: Beebe, M. P. (1881)


Surnames: Beebe, Armstrong

----Source: The History of Northern Wisconsin, Marathon County, Wis. (1881) page 557

M. P. Beebe, lumberman, Wausau, was born in the town of Chester, Warren Co., N.Y., in September, 1833, and in 1851 moved to Cattaraugus Co., N.Y., and lived in Portville and that vicinity for one year. In the Spring of 1852, came to Mineral Point, Wis., and in 1853 came to Wausau, and has been in this region ever since. His business and residence were at Pine River seventeen years of the time, prior to four years ago. He was engaged in mill-wrighting until the war, since then he has been engaged in lumbering. Mr. Beebe was married in Wausau, in March, 1874, to Martha Annette Armstrong, who was born in St. Lawrence Co., N.Y. They have one child living, Belvia C. Lost three children; Walter, who died at the age of eighteen months; Edmond, who died at the age of four years and nine months, and Frederick, who died in infancy.



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