Clifton Earle Beasley
Full Name: Clifton Earle Beasley
Date of birth: April 21, 1890
Date of death: August 21, 1940
Terms of Service top
||Dates of Service
||Counties in District
Jan 9, 1923 - Jan 13, 1925
Sulphur Springs / Hopkins
Jan 11, 1921 - Jan 9, 1923
Sulphur Springs / Hopkins
District 34 composed of Hopkins County; District 116 composed of Uvalde, Medina, Zavala, and Dimmit counties, pp. 40, 44, Acts 1911, 32nd Legislature, 1st C.S., ch. 10,
Apportionment Laws of Texas, 1836-1950
District 34 represented by C.E. Beasley, p. 4.
District 116 represented by C.E. Beasley, p. 245.
Texas Legislative Manual
Biographical Notes and Resources top
- Clifton Earle Beasley, birth date 4/21/1890 in Hymera, Indiana; marriage to Ermine K. Beasley in Texas, 1920 (possibly Ermine Bardwell Beasley; cannot verify marriage location or date); death date 8/21/1940. Curtis Dumke Family Tree; U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.
- Census of 1900 - Clifton E. Beasley, Jackson Township, Sullivan County, Indiana, age 10, born April 1890 in Indiana, son of Samuel and Lucy F. Beasley.
Census of 1910 - Clifton Biarley [Clifton Beasley], Sulphur Springs Ward 4, Hopkins County, age 21, boarder in household of Creed Taylor.
Census of 1920 - Clifford E. Beasley, Sulphur Springs Ward 4, Hopkins County, age 29, born circa 1891 in Indiana, lawyer, son of Samuel Beasley.
Census of 1930 - Clifton E. Beasley, Merchantville, Camden County, New Jersey, age 38, born circa 1892 in Indiana, insurance attorney, spouse Ermine (born in Texas), nephew Peter Patton.
- Clifton Earl Beasley, birth date 4/21/1890 in Hymera, Indiana; registration in Hopkins County, Texas; dry goods salesman at Malonay Brs. Co., Sulphur Springs.
FamilySearch United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.
- Clifton E. Beasley (1890-1940), burial in Sulphur Springs City Cemetery, Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County, in Beasley plot with parents Samuel and Lucy Beasley and spouse Ermine K. Beasley.
Find a Grave.
- Clifton E. Beasley.
Members of the Texas Congress 1836-1845; Members of the Texas Legislature 1846-2004, 2005.
- "C.E. Beasley of Sulphur Springs, Tex., has returned to his home after a visit with his brother, C.L. Beasley, and family of this place." "Eastern Indiana's Society and Personal News: Pennville (Indiana)," Star Press (Muncie, Indiana), 7/27/1918, p. 20.
C.E. Beasley, death date Wednesday, 8/21/1940, as reported in obituaries, Valley Morning Star, 8/23/1940, p. 6, and Philadelphia Inquirer, 8/23/1940, p. 7.
Obituary of Mrs. Ermine Beasley, Morning Post (Camden, New Jersey, 5/4/1943, p. 8, states she will be "buried in Texas beside her husband, Clifford, former Texas lawyer and legislator, who died here in August, 1940 . . . [Mr.] Beasley was a former lawyer and served eight [sic] terms in the Texas legislature."
- Marriage announcement, "Beasley-Bardwell," The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Texas), 4/29/1924, p. 1, crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.
Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries).
- 38th Legislature (1923) - C.E. Beasley, postoffice Sulphur Springs, nativity Indiana, age 33 (born circa 1890), lawyer, member of former legislatures: 37th, Democrat.
Texas Legislative Manual.
- Clifton E. Beasley, marriage to Ermine Kerr Bardwell, 4/27/1924. Hopkins County, Texas Marriages, contributed by Hopkins County Genealogical Society. Hopkins County,
C.E. Beasley, 38th Legislature, State Preservation Board
C.E. Beasley, 37th Legislature, State Preservation Board
Composite Photographs on Display in the Capitol
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