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Beaber, Herman


Beaber, Herman

John T. Beaber and Mary Beaber were married in Scotia, California around 1897. They had 4 children: Fred (born 1899); Herman, born on May 25th 1907; Bernice (born 1909); and Ardis, (born 1917). The owned a grocery store in Hydesville, California. Herman worked in the store with his father and later attended Arcata Teachers College and the University of California at Berkley. He went into the work in 1929, as did his sister Bernice in about 1943. Fred married Esther Mae Bennett and they had three children. Ardis married Walter Rhoades and they had two daughters. Herman left the USA for the Philippines in 1940, was taken as a prisoner in WW2 and was rescued from Los Banos prison on February 23, 1945. After Herman left the ministry for health issues, he worked in Houston, Texas at a Children\'s Home. In December, 1955, he married Blanche Berry from Henderson, Texas. He then moved to Dallas, Texas, where he worked for Avis Truck Rental Company until he retired in 1970. They adopted a daughter, Esther in 1962 at the age of 11 years; and a son, John, in 1964, at age 8. Herman\'s father died in 1956 and the same year his sister Ardis died in an auto accident at age 39. Bernice passed away in 1988, at the age of 78. Fred died in 1991 in Hayward, CA. Herman died February 5, 2001, at the age of 93 and is buried in Dallas, Texas at Laurel Land Cemetery. His wife Blanche preceded him in death on Oct. 23, 1998.

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