Indiana McCaslins

Frank Milton BeverlyAge: 82 years18721954

Name
Frank Milton Beverly
Birth October 1872 24 20
Census 1875 (Age 2 years)
Birth of a sisterGrace Mary Beverly
November 1879 (Age 7 years)
Note: given at Nov 1882 on the 1900 US Federal Census
Census 1880 (Age 7 years)
Birth of a sisterFlora May (Florence) Beverly
March 5, 1882 (Age 9 years)
Note: given as Mar 1883 on the 1900 US Federal Census
Census 1885 (Age 12 years)
Census 1900 (Age 27 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherLovisa Mix
March 3, 1907 (Age 34 years)
MarriageDaisey ThurmanView this family
June 2, 1909 (Age 36 years)
Census 1910 (Age 37 years)
Death of a maternal grandfatherHarvey J. McCaslin
November 16, 1911 (Age 39 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Died from "vascular heart trouble and old age", diagnosis by Dr D M Goldman of Burlingame, Osage, Kansas.
Death of a maternal grandmotherHannah A Utter
March 28, 1919 (Age 46 years)
Note: Interment.net gives the wrong year (1913) for Hannah's death
Census 1920 (Age 47 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherPhiletus Beverly
October 15, 1921 (Age 49 years)
Census 1930 (Age 57 years)
Death of a motherMary Jane McCaslin
August 6, 1935 (Age 62 years)
Death of a fatherMilton Mix Beverly
February 17, 1937 (Age 64 years)
Occupation
1900-10 Milkman; 1920 Milk bottler; 1930 Laborer in a paper mill

Death October 6, 1954 (Age 82 years)
Burial after October 6, 1954
Note: Riverside Cemetery, Lot 3, Section 16, Block 1
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: December 10, 1871Burlingame, Osage, Kansas
11 months
himself
7 years
younger sister
2 years
younger sister
Family with Daisey Thurman - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: June 2, 1909Chicago, Cook, Illinois

Burial
Riverside Cemetery, Lot 3, Section 16, Block 1
Shared note
In the 1875 Kansas State Census for Burlingame, Osage, Kansas, 26-year-old Illinois-born farmer M.M. [Milton Mix] Beverly owns $1,000 worth of real estate and $400 worth of personal property. He and his 24-year-old Indiana-born wife, Mary [McCaslin] Mix has in their household their 2-year-old Kansas-born son Frank. Milton came to Kansas from Illinois, but Mary came from Iowa. In the 1880 US Federal Census for Burlingame, Osage, Kansas, 31-year-old farmer Milton M Beverly and his wife 29-year-old Mary J [McCaslin] Beverly have in their household their children, 3-year-old Frank and 7-month old Grace, and 28-year-old farm hand Jasper Garwood. Living on the next farmstead is Milton's brother, Dwight C Beverly and his family. In the 1885 US Federal Census for Burlingame, Osage, Kansas, 36-year-old Illinois-born farmer Milton M Beverly came to Kansas from Illinois, but his 34-year-old Indiana-born wife, Mary J [McCaslin] Beverly came to Kansas from Iowa. Milton has not served in the military. Milton and Mary have in their household their Kansas-born children, 12-year-old Frank M, 5-year-old Grace M and 3-year-old Flora B, and their hired man 26-year-old Missouri-born Isaac L Clooper. Living next door is Milton's older brother, 44-year-old New York-born Dwight C Beverly, Dwight's 36-year-old New York-born wife, Charlotte A [Bristol] Beverly, their Kansas-born children 16-year-old P.J., 15-year-old Emma C, 13-year-old Sadie L, 8-year-old Ora R. 6-year-old Laura H, 3-year-old Renda L and 1-year-old Lola A, and the hired man 25-year-old Frank Holland, whose birth place is given as Holland. Dwight served in Company G, 52nd Illinois Infantry during the Civil War. In the 1900 United States Federal Census for Chicago, Cook, Illinois, 51-year-old Milton M Beverly is a foreman at a "milk plant". He and his 48-year-old wife Mary [McCaslin] Beverly have in their household their children 27 year old milkman son Frank, 17-year-old Grace (Beverly) VanLoo [she should be 20 according to the 1880 census],and 17-old Flora. Also in their household are Grace's 24-year-old paper hanger husband Eugene VanLoo, and Grace and Eugene's 11-month old daughter Beryl. The family is living in an apartment at 133 East 30th Street. Milton and Mary have been married 26 years. Mary has borne three children and all of them are living with their parents. In the 1910 US Federal Census for Chicago, Cook Illinois, 37-year-old milkman Frank and his 28-year-old wife Daisey Beverly had been married one year and have no children. They are living in a "lodging house" at 2358 Indiana Avenue and they got counted twice as that street is listed both in Enumeration Distrist 168 and 170. In the 1920 US Federal Census for Chicago, Cook, Illinois, 71-year-old Milton and his 67-year-old wife, Mary [McCaslin] Beverly have in their household their 46-year-old son Frank who is a bottler for a milk company. Milton is a "checker at a milk depot". The family is living at 6655 Michigan Avenue in a house they own that has a mortgage on it. Frank is recorded as "married" but his wife, Daisey isn't in the household. In the 1930 US Federal Census for Three Rivers, St Joseph, Michigan, 55-year-old Frank has his parents, 80-year-old Milton and 78-year-old Mary [McCaslin] Beverly, living with him in a rented house ($30/month) at 1380 Fourth Street. Frank is a laborer in a paper mill and has worked in the past week. He is listed as single, even though he had a wife in 1910.