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Robert K. Beaman

"History of Shelby County, Ohio"
by A.B.C. Hitchcock; Sidney, Ohio; 1913
Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co.; Chicago, IL.
Page 788

ROBERT K. BEAMAN, general farmer and reliable and representative citizen of Orange township, resides on and operates the J. N. Woodmancy farm of 140 acres, situated five miles south of Sidney, O. Mr. Beaman was born in Orange township, in 1877, and is a son of John and Anna (Pruden) Beaman.
John Beaman was born at Boston, Mass., was well educated there and was about twenty years of age when he came to Shelby county and has followed farming here ever since and is a well known and highly respected citizen. The family of nine children all survive.
Robert K. Beaman obtained his education in the public schools and learned the principles of farming through assisting his father, remaining with him until his own marriage, when he came to the farm of his father-in-law, which he has successfully managed ever since, developing its productive possibilities to the highest extent and raising a sufficiency of good stock for home use.
Mr. Beaman was married in 1905 to Miss Laura Dale Woodmancy, who is a daughter of J. N. Woodmancy, one of the well known men of this section. They have three children: John Walter, Bernice Irene and Dorothy Dale. He has never been an office seeker but has taken an active interest in all matters pertaining to section and country at large and casts his vote with the republican organization. For some years he has been identified with the Odd Fellows at Kirkwood. 0.

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