Logan County, Colorado
Joseph S. Beck, Perry Beck,
J.S. cash-claimed a quarter in 5, 8N 49W, Logan County, Colorado, in 1891.
Joseph S. Beck proved up 128 acres in 5 in 1893.
Perry Beck timber-claimed a quarter in 8, 8N 49W in 1899.
In 1900 Bremer County, Iowa, Joseph born May 1830 in Germany, married 46 years to Maria, ae farming, with Perry Aug 1866 Illinois, and Charles May 1879 Iowa.
"Pierre" Beck, age 38, married Libbie L. Smith in Bremer County December 5, 1901.
In 1910 Bremer County, Perry is married 8 years to Libbie, 36 both born in Illinois.
In 1930 Bremer County, Perry is 65, Emma K. 55, and her mother Sarah A. Martin 78 is with them.
Joseph Beck, 1830-1906 is buried in Bremer County, Iowa # 33505000
Perry Beck, of Plainfield, Iowa, age 62, born at Wheaton, Illinoise to Joseph Beck and Mary Jamison, married Emma K. Martin in Waverly, Iowa March 27, 1927.
Perry 1864-1931 is also buried in Bremer County, # 33505009.
THIS IS NOT THE LOGAN COUNTY ONE
1900 Leadville "At the home of the bride's parents, 318 W. Chestnut street, February 7, Miss Zella Parsons to Mr. Joseph S. Beck, Rev. M. A. Rader officiating. The happy couple will be at home to their many friends at 133 West Ninth street, after February 14."
Leadville 1901 "Aug. 23. at 303 West Chestnut street, to the wife of Joseph Beck, a son."
June 7, 1905 "Died June 6 at 133 West Ninth street: Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Beck. Funeral, private, today."
August 1912 Salida "Mrs. Fred Parsons of Leadville, mother of Mrs. Joseph Beck of this city, is at Poncha Hot Springs, enjoying a change from the Cloud City."
January 23, 1925 - Westcliffe, Colorado "Jacob Beck, a native of Germany, but for forty years a resident of this valley, passed away suddenly at his late home in Canon City on Sunday last, of acute indigestion, living only a couple of hours after receiving the attack.
During his residence here Mr. Beck was engaged in the ranch and stockraising business and was numbered among the more successful farmers and stockmen of this section. He not only built up his own ranches but he was a man who felt an interest in all enterprises in the county and encouraged their advancement. He served our people as county commissioner several terms and was considered a very good official. He was a member of Canon City Lodge No. 610, B. P. 0. E. He was a devoted husband, a kind parent and a good neighbor. He was hospitable and ever charitable, being ready and willing at all times to help those in need.
Surviving are the widow and five grown children—Fritz and Joseph Beck, Mrs. M. B. Richardson and Mrs. Henry Schneider, all residing in the valley, and Mrs. Lizzie Ferguson residing in Pueblo, to whom are borne the sympathy of this community in their bour of great sorrow.
The funeral was held in Canon City at 9 : 30 a. m. Wednesday, the services taking place at the Catholic church there. "
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