Obit-Beach,Julia2-21 Nov 1903
Mrs. Frank Beach. Mrs Frank ik-acli. ik-acli. ik-acli. a dituehter of th lati- lati- t'oioii'-l t'oioii'-l t'oioii'-l Jt:n.-s Jt:n.-s Jt:n.-s 1! Morgan, an early settler of I'itts'iutff and widow of f'oionc! Frank lia h. of Hartford. Poi.il . died about 9 ..'' I." k liibt niiiiit Rt tin" H-'tel H-'tel H-'tel Kcntnawr after a bri.-f bri.-f bri.-f li'ni-iF. li'ni-iF. li'ni-iF. Mrs. Morgan had or.lv rc-mtly rc-mtly rc-mtly arrl...d in th'' !ty. comlnjr h-r h-r h-r to lsit rdativca who ri'nidf; nt the hotel. Mrs. HciK-ri HciK-ri HciK-ri 'jus vll known In aoc!al elicits her, always k'cplnjr In touch, with Ixt frit'iidj and acquaintance In FlttshutK and rnaklnir numerous visits When 11 youni: woman Ktie wn niarr!.1 to Colonel Ueaca, and they remoed to Hartford. lr -viou? -viou? to the cM! war h-r h-r h-r husband was an officer in the regular army. After tho outbreak of the war h' aided In the organization of tho Sixteenth regiment. Ciimii c ticut voluiite rn. and was placed in command, serving through tho war. At the con"Ins!on of th ulruKele Mr. tind Mrs. Ucach removed" to AVnshlnsrton, where they resided manv vara. S'nee the death of her husband, however. Mrs. I Heach had mado her permanent home In I New York city. She was hlfrhly esttemod ly a host of friends in this city, many of whom she had jtecn during her present visit. Mra. Beach la survived by two daughters Mrs. Katharine Beach Thomson Thomson and Mrti. William Serdon. She was a sister of Colonel A. S. X. Morgan, Mr. Jamea li. Morn. in, Jr., and Mr. L. M. Harding, of this city.