Beavens, Bertie A.G. d. 1 Apr 1897 R 138 S 176C-1
  Beavins. On Thursday, April 1, 1897 at 2 a.m., Alexandria G., wife of George T. Beavins and daughter of Mrs. H.G. Dawson. Funeral service at 2 p.m., Saturday, April 3 at the residence of her mother, 1331 S. Carolina avenue southeast. Friends invited.  
  Beavens, Harry E. b. 1899 - d. 8 Dec 1899 8 mos. 14 days R 5 S 114
  Beavens. On Friday, December 8, 1899, Harry Ellwood Beavens, son of Harry E. and Susie M. Beavens aged 8 months 14 days. Funeral from the residence, 1226 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, Sunday (tomorrow) at 2 o'clock p.m.  
  Beavens, Harry E. b. 18 Jun 1869 - d. 9 Oct 1929 60 yrs. R 5 S 114
  Beavens, Harry E. On Wednesday, October 9, 1929, at Sibley Hospital, Harry E. Beavens, beloved husband of Susie M. Beavens. Funeral services at his late residence, 216 10th st. s.e., Friday, October 11, at 2 p.m.

Beavens, Harry E. A special communication of Hope Lodge, No. 20, F.A.A.M., is hereby called for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother Harry E. Beavens, on Friday, October 11, 1929, at 1 o’clock p.m.
     William R. Lamar, Master           Attest: Paul B. Elcan, Secretary

  Beavens, Jacob d. 31 May 1890 17 yrs. 6 mos. R 5 S 115
  Beavens. Departed this life, May 31, 1890 at 8:30 a.m., Jacob, son of Elmir Dean, aged 17 years 6 months.
May he rest in peace
Funeral from his late residence, 750 Sixth street southeast, Monday, June 2, 1890 at 3 o'clock p.m. Friends and relatives invited.
  Beavens, James d. 12 Oct 1874 29 yrs. R 5 S 114
  Bevans. On the 12th inst. At 7 o'clock after a severe and lingering illness, Mr. James P. Bevans aged 29 years.
     Gone and oh thy place is vacant
     At the board and by the hearth
     Gone and oh we sorely miss thee
     In our hours of grief and mirth.

     Gone from all the care and labor
     Gone from all the pain and woe
     Gone from every charge and trial
     That earth's weary pilgrims know.

     Gone to walk the streets of Glory
     With a step from langour free
     Gone to dwell in that abright mansion
     Jesus hath prepared for thee.

     Gone to that clime; no tempests lower;
     Its skies are over clear
     No dread of any parting hour
     To fill the sould with fear.
The relatives and friends of the family and Osage Lodge No. 6, I.O.R.M. also Waton Lodge No. 27, Knights of Pythias are most respectfully invited to attend the funeral from his father-in-law's residence, 520 6th street s.e. tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon at 2 o'clock. Service conducted in the 1st Methodist Protestant Church, Navy Yard.
  Beavens, Martha E. d. 7 Feb 1894 . R 63 S 303
  Beavens. On February 7, 1894 at 5 p.m., after a long and painful illness, which she bore with patience and Christian fortitude, Mrs. Martha, beloved wife of Harry Beavens, and daughter of Mary and the late William Kidwell.
       But God knoweth best.
     Beautiful toiler, thy work all done,
       But God knoweth best.
     Beautiful soul, late glory gone.
       But God knoweth best.
     Beautiful life, with its crown now won.
       God giveth thee rest.
       But God knoweth best.
     Rest from all sorrows and watching and fears,
       But God knoweth best.
     Rest from possible sighing and tears,
       But God knoweth best.
     Rest through God's endless, wonderful years,
       At home with the blest.
       But God knoweth best.
     It was so sudden, our white lips said,
       But God knoweth best.
     How we shall miss her, the beautiful dead,
       But God knoweth best.
     Who take the place of the precious one fled?
       But God knoweth best.
     We know He watches the sparrows that fall,
     Hears the sad cry of the grieved hearts,
     Husband, mother, sister, he loveth tghem all,
       We can trust for the rest.
Funeral from the residence of her husband, 768 6th street southeast, Sunday evening, February 11 at 2:30, to proceed to Independent Methodist Church, 11th street between G and I southeast at 3 o'clock.
  Beavens, Susan M. b. 3 Feb 1879 - 14 Dec 1969 90 yrs. R 5 S 117
  Beavens, Susan Mountjoy. On Sunday, December 14, 1969, at Rogers Memorial Hospital, Susan Mountjoy Beavens of 26 10th st. s.e., the beloved wife of the late Harry E. Beavens, mother of Mrs. May B. Young and Dr. E. Arthur Beavens of California, grandmother of Arthur M., Susan and Sandra Beavens. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home, 4th st. and Massachusetts ave. n.e., where services will be held on Wednesday, December 17, at 11:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to your favorite charity. Interment Congressional Cemetery.