DAVID B. BEESON, farmer. P. 0. Arcadia, was born in Fayette County, Penn., September 13, 1827. He married, July
5, 1849, Elizabeth Sangston, and in 1854 they moved to Cass Township, this county, and settled on land which his
father had entered in 1832. Here they began, in the woods, to clear and improve the farm to which they have since
added, until they now own 232 acres of well improved laud. To David R. Beeson and wife have been born Martha A.,
now Mrs. Rosier; James E.; Eliza A., now Mrs. Frederick; John A.; Charles C.; Mary, now Mrs. Bish; David R. Jr.;
Jacob E. Turley and Emma L In addition to his general farming operations, Mr. Beeson has devoted considerable attention
to buying and soiling live stock. During the war of the Rebellion he did an extensive business in dealing in horses
for the United States Army. He has led a very active life, and his operations here have been attended with uniform
success. He is one of the representative farmers of Cass Township, and enjoys the respect of the entire community.
In politics he is a Republican.
History of Madison County, Ohio
Published by: Warner, Beers and Company
Chicago, Illinois 1886
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