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John Tucker Beasley 1950 Obituary

Of Lexington and Chicago, Illinois

Johnson T. Beasley Dies In Chicago Burial In Lexington

Johnson Tucker Beasley, 67, Chicago, a former resident of Lexington, died suddenly of a heart attack in Chicago Saturday, April 1, 1950.

He was born in Lexington Feb. 18, 1883 a son of Luther and Matilda Beasley. He married Elizabeth Bremser of Norwalk, Ohio, in 1918.

Mr. Beasley is survived by his wife; two daughters, Miss Jane Beasley of Athena, Ohio, and Mrs. Annabeth Phelps, of Long Beach, Cal., three sisters, Mrs. Beulah Garrett, Mrs. Frances Grimes and Mrs. Ruth Ricketts, all of Lexington and two brothers, Guy and Felix Beasley, of Detroit, Mich. He was preceded in death by two daughters, one son and one sister. Masonic services were held at the Fern Funeral home in Chicago at 8 p.m. Monday.

Mrs. Garrett, Mrs. Grimes, and Mrs. Ricketts went to Chicago for the services and accompanied the funeral party to Lexington Tuesday.

Brief services were held at the Lexington cemetery Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. Loren Miller, pastor of the Lexington Evangelical United Brethren church, offered prayer at the grave. Members of the Lexington Masonic Lodge served as pall bearers.

Our Appreciation

We wish to thank our many friends who remembered us with cards of sympathy and in other thoughtful ways expressed their understanding for us at the time of the sudden passing of our brother, Johnson T. Beasley. We would thank, too, the Rev Loren Miller and the Masons who officiated at the grave. We are deeply grateful.

Beulah Garrett
Frances Grimes
Ruth Ricketts
Felix Beasley
Guy Beasley