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Edward Bawden son of Stephen

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Edward was dedicated to the local police station and was elected to several city offices.

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on 2019-09-23 00:13:55

Bawden4 , from Iowa, USA, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Apr 2011. is researching the following names: BAWDEN, BEECHER, LIPPINCOTT and 8 other(s).

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by Bawden4 on 2019-11-12 18:03:28

Stephen Douglas and Mary Ella Woodward Bawden are Edward Bawden's parents.

by Bawden4 on 2021-07-09 20:30:56

Mary Ella "Ella" Woodward is the dtr of Elizabeth Evans Morgan and Benjamin Beckwith Woodward.
Stephen Douglas and Ella Woodward Bawden were married 20 May 1869
in the Woodward house in a double wedding with Ella's sister, Cornelia Rebecca (Cornie) Woodward and John Baker (J.B.) Phelps.
Edward Terrill was born 16 November 1874 in Davenport, Scott, IA. He graduated from Davenport High School. In 1894 he was a fire insurance adjustor with Western Adjustment and Inspection Co, Chicago, IL. He became branch manager of the Cincinnati, OH, office area, which covered a 5-state territory.
At age 31 with his health failing, he returned to Davenport where he assisted the family in business affairs, and served as v-p and director of the Valley Place Investment Co. Edward never married and died in the 11th St. family home 24 April 1924. He attended the Episcopal church.
Richard Ballard worked for his father in the Ballard Drug Store on E. 2nd St. in Davenport, recalls Edward as one of their customers, purchasing large quantities of morphine tablets which was a legal OTC drug at the time. Richard also recalled Edward spending a good deal of time at the police station and was made an honorary Davenport policeman which entitled him to wear a large silver star on his coat and carry a nickel-plated revolver. He was the 3rd of 4 children: 1) Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie"
b. 31 March 1870-15 August 1946 2) Benjamin Woodward b. 3 November 1872-
d. 6 August 1918 3) Edward Terrill 4) Stephen Phelps b. 5 May 1877 13 December 1914.
Edward died at age 50 of diabetes and is buried in Davenport's Oakdale Memorial Cemetery.

by Bawden4 on 2022-10-19 21:05:12

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