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The Vici Beacon, Thursday, March 24, 1927, Page 1, Column 3.....OBITUARY

Pearlee M. Fanchier was born August 17th, 1849 at Cleveland, Tenn. and died March 19th, 1927, at the age of 77 years, 7 months, and 2 days.

She was married to Charles T. Beaty, August 10th, 1880 and moved with her family to Oklahoma in 1901 and lived near Vici until her death. Her companion died March 14th, 1912.

Grandmother Beaty, as she was called by all who knew her, was a faithful christian, being converted in early life, and was a member of the Chritian church of Vici. She was a loving mother and friend.

The deceased is survived by four children, all of whom wre by her bedside during the last days. Charles L. Swaggerty, a son by a former marriage who lives at Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Mrs. Mary Reese and Edgar Beaty of Missoula, Montana, and Mrs. Lou Tomlinson of Vici; also eight grandchildren and a host of friends.

Mrs. Beaty had made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Tomlinson, for the past 15 years. Everything that loving hands could do was done for her during her long illness in which she was so paitient and kind to all.

Funeral services were held at the Christian Church at Vici, Sunday afternoon, conducted by Chas. C. Karraker. The remains were laid to rest at Vassar by the side of her companion.

CARD OF THANKS....We with to thank our many friends for their help, kindness, and sympathy during our dear mothers sickness and death. Words fail to express our gratitude and especially we wish to express our thanks for the beautiful flowers. Charles Swaggerty, Mrs. Wm. Reese, Edgar Beaty, Mrs. Lou Tomlinson

GRANDMA BEATY DEAD....Grandman Beaty died early Saturday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Tomlinson, one mile west of Vici, with whom she had made her home for the past 15 years.

She was taken ill with pneumonia about two months ago and from that time no hopes have been held for her recovery. She told her loved ones when she became ill that her time in this world would not be long, and waited patiently for the Death Angel to come and release her from her suffering.

Friends and neighbors who called to see her during her illness were always greeted with kind works, and none knew her but to love her. We extend our sympathy to the relatives and especially to Mrs. Tomlinson and family, whose home will be so lonely without mother and Grandmother.