Clarence E. Beal

b. 1916
d. 1990


Clarence was the husband of Barbara R. Beal.
He was a veteran of the Marines.
With Eugene "Red" McAllister he started Beal & McAllister boatbuilding business.
With Wilfred Bunker, he started Beal & Bunker ferry business.
Buried in Preble Cemetery.


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photo courtesy of Donna Alley

A Beal & McAllister boat

photo courtesy of Donna Alley

Clarence Beal (left) and Wilfred Bunker

photo courtesy of Stanley Seimer

Barbara R. Beal

b. 1913
d. 13 Oct 1973


Barbara was the daughter of Leslie M. & Nellie M. (Rosebrook) Rice.
She was the wife of Clarence E. Beal.
Buried in Preble Cemetery.


10-15-73 [which is a monday -BK]
Mrs. Barbara R. Beal

Mrs. Barbara R. Beal, 60, wife of Clarance Beal, died Saturday in a Bangor hospital.  Born at Cranberry Isle, daughter of Leslie and Nellie (Rosebrook) Rice, she was a former school teacher in Islesford and at Cranberry Isle and was for many years a bookkeeper for Beals and Bunker.  She was a member of the Rockbound Grange and Ladies Aide at Cranberry Isle.  Surviving, besides her husband, are three daughters, Mrs. Donna Alley, Northport, Mrs. Joanne Tate, Southwest Harbor, and Mrs. Caryll Moore, South Portland; one sister, Mrs. Mildred Wedge, Southwest Harbor.  Funeral service will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 at the Fernald Funeral Chapel, Mt. Desert, with burial at Cranberry Isle.  Friends may call Monday, 6-8, at the chapel.  In lieu of flowers friends may make contributions to the Mt. Desert Island Hospital or the American Cancer Society.

photo courtesy of Donna Alley

Barbara age 10, with her sister Mildred (Rice) Wedge

photo courtesy of Donna Alley

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