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Charles Thomas Beauchamp, son of Edward Beauchamp and Elizabeth Bettles
Born: 1890 in England
Married: Bessie McCall, 25 Dec 1914 in St. Williams, Norfolk County (age 24)
Died: Feb 1976 in Simcoe, Norfolk County (age 86) 
Buried: Newkirk Cemetery, St. Williams
Katherine Elizabeth McCall, daughter of John Arthur McCall and Kathleen Coyle 
Born: 27 Jan 1895 in Chicago, Illinois
Married: Charles Beauchamp, 25 Dec 1914 in St. Williams, Norfolk County (age 19)
Died: 12 Dec 1976 in Simcoe, Norfolk County (age 81)  
Buried: Newkirk Cemetery, St. Williams
Their Children:
Elsie Hughena McCall (1916-1985)
Charles Edward Beauchamp married in Kingston, Ontario. Raised family there.
Stacey John Beauchamp (1922-1931)
Edith Elizabeth "Liz" Beauchamp married Dr. Robert E. Stevens
Charles emigrated in 1912 and wrote Coming to St. Williams. Bessie's father died in St. Williams when she was two. Her mother died in Chicago when she was 14. Bessie's aunt Edith became her legal guardian and raised Bessie in St. Williams after that. Charles and Bessie wed at her grandmother, Mrs. E. S. McCall's home. Charles farmed briefly then was an upholsterer and carpenter for Walter McCall's furniture business. Charles and Bessie spent much of WWI in England; two of their children were born there. After living a while at Hespeler, Ontario in the early 1920s, they moved to Port Rowan where they lived the rest of their lives. Bessie's cousins Jean and Kathleen Brock attended both their wedding and their 50th anniversary party. Bessie never forgot her Aunt Edith's kindness in raising her, and had a chance to return it when she nursed Edith through her decline.
Source: John Cardiff of Simcoe, Norfolk County. Last updated: 08 Aug 2014
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