The Tennessean July 28, 1913 Conductor Hancock hits Richard Beard pt 2
RICHARD BEARD IS (Continued from First Fage.) made his home in this city for a number number of years. He married Miss Tjilllan Yenigln, a daughter of T. B. Yeargln of 'Na.shvHIe. He is survived by her and three young children, Reggie, Randolph and Wllllnm 15 wing. He is also survived by his father, otic brother, W. IC. Beard, statu nnww editor of the Nashville Banner, Banner, and, two sisters, Mrs. Frederick Smith of Murfreesboro and Mrs. Frank Glenn of Louisville. He was a nephew of Miss will Allen Dromgoole. Prayers will be conducted at the residence residence of W. K. Beard In tho Carlisle apartments on IDlghth avenue, south, this morning at .S:30 o'clock by Rev. H F. Williams. The body will be carried on the fltfO train to Murfreesboro, where prayers will ho said at the grave by Rev. J. Addison Smith. The interment will take place at tho family grounds at Murfreesboro. Mr. Beard was. one of the most popular and. beloved young men of Nashville and his tragic death will ho regretted by hosts of friends living here and in Murfreesboro.