Bevins, Edward Frank (July 13, 1886 - April 13, 1952)
Edward Bevins Dies Sunday at
Unknown - April 17, 1952Edward Frank Bevins, 65, retired railroad man and rancher, died last Sunday at Memorial hospital in Casper. He had been in poor health for several years.
Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at Stark's chapel with Rev. A. Thomas Hurley officiating, and interment was in Douglas Park cemetery.
Mr. Bevins was born July 13, 1886, in Virginia and resided in that state until about 1913 when he came west. On May 6, 1913, he was united in marriage with Addie Stallard in Denver, Colo. In 1914, the couple moved to Wyoming, taking up a homestead near Shawnee.
Survivors include his wife, a son, Lebert, of Douglas; two daughters, Mrs. Frances Alexander of Douglas, and Mrs. Pearl Wallis of Glenrock; two brothers and two sisters.
Pallbearers were Charles Irwin, F.W. Bartling, Roy Wagoner, Lawrence Wallis, Clarence Haslam and Ray Hill.
EDWARD F. BEVINS FUNERAL
Unknown - April 17, 1952Funeral services will be held at the Stark Funeral Chapel at 2 p.m. tomorrow (Wednesday) for Edward Bevins, who died Sunday at Casper Memorial hospital.
Edward Franklin Bevins was born July 13, 1886 in Wise county, Va. He grew to manhood in Wise, Va., and came to Wyoming in 1914, settling on a homestead south of Shawnee. In later years he worked for the North Western railroad until his health failed. He has been in poor health for the past five years.
He was married to Addie Stallard in Denver May 6, 1913, four children being born to this union.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Addie Bevins, two daughters, Mrs. Darrel Alexander and Mrs. Dale Wallis, and a son, Lebert Bevins, all of Douglas; two brothers, Willie of Tennessee and Noah of Lovell, Wyo., and two sisters, Mrs. Leona Stallard and Mrs. Lavinia Freeman, both of Wise, Va.
Rev. A. Thomas Hurley will conduct the services.