Magdeline "Germain" Beauchamp Obituary

Magdeline "Germain" Beauchamp Obituary - ESCANABAN IS DEAD Mrs. Madeline Beauchamp,...
ESCANABAN IS DEAD Mrs. Madeline Beauchamp, mother of Albert Boauchamp, of Escanaba and senior member of a group of five generations, passed away, at the family family home at Iron River last week. The I ton River Reporter said. Mrs. Madeline Beauchamp, aged 85 years, known in Iron River as the senior member of a group of five gen- eratlons, died last Sunday of aid age. Sho had been a resident of Iron River about four years* but, with her husband, husband, who died about 15 years ano, was ono of tho pioneers of the tjpper Peninsula. They conducted a board-1 irg house at Commonwealth when in’ning was discovered and were the first settlers at Wilson. Mrs. Beauchamp was born in Canada Canada and was the mother of 17 children \ Two died In Infancy and 15 attained their majority. Ten aro now living. They are Ned and Iiouls Beauchamp of, Iron River; Esuobo and Isaac of Wil j bon, Albert of Escanaba. Clevis of Windsor, Ont., Mrs. Joseph Broullier1 Chicago, and Mrs. wiii >« u > ..... Schafer, Mich. A sister, Mrs. Perro, or Montreal, now more than 92 years old, and a brother, Michael Gen ¿in, r.f Luddlngton, Mich., who has re.iched the century mark, are living. The five generations In order before Mrs. Beauchamp died were: Mrs. Beauchamp, Mrs. I^evy Sabora, Mrs. Frank Benetto, Mrs. Peter Houle, and Master Alfonso and Baby Gladys lioule. 1 ROIIIBITION BILLS TO RE VOTED ON BY FRIDAY. Washington, Dec. 19.— 'Prohibition for the district of Columbia will be before the senate again tomorrow with amendments providing for a referendum and Senator Smooth’s substitute, which would not only bar j manufacture and salo liquors for beverage beverage purposes, but also prohibit importation importation of liquor for personal use. A vote on the bill and amendments may be reached before adjournment tomorrow, but If not, administration leaders expect the Issue to be disposed disposed of before Friday in tho latest. \DVERTISE IN TIIE PRESS DAILY.1

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  1. Escanaba Morning Press,
  2. 20 Dec 1916, Wed,
  3. Page 4

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