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Background Information

Employment History

Deputy Sheriff

El Dorado County


Farrington


San Francisco Chronicle


Web References(8 Total References)


JOHN DICK VAN EATON

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Includes recollection by Henry Bailey of John Dick Van Eaton, Harriette Ellen Bailey, John V. Van Eaton and Elizabeth (Belle) Simpson.Ranney was awakened from a deep sleep about 2 or 3 o'clock in the morning on July 1, 1864 by John Van Eaton, an El Dorado County deputy sheriff.Constable Ranney was teamed with deputy sheriffs Joseph Staples and John Van Eaton.It had been drafted by James Johnson, Pool's attorney, and signed by El Dorado County deputy sheriff John Van Eaton.It had been drafted by James Johnson, Pool's attorney, and signed by El Dorado County deputy sheriff John Van Eaton.


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The eight pages included here cover family members of interest to this website, namely John Dick Van Eaton (Henry's Grandfather) and his children, Harriette Ellen Bailey, John V. Van Eaton, and Belle Simpson(Carol E. Beedle's mother).It has always seemed rather odd that a Dutch family should have settled in the western part of North Carolina prior to the revolution, but my curiosity has never led me to trace the Van Eaton family further back than John V. Van Eaton, of Farrington, David County.Owner of a plantation, he fought at Cowpens and Kings Mountain, but his name will not be found on the roster of any military organization of the Revolution.Practically all the rosters of the North Carolina forces were made from pension claims, and John spurned any pension."It was only my duty to fight for my country," he doughtily said.Three truly remarkable children were born of this marriage, Harriet Ellen, John V. and Elizabeth better known as Belle.


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JOHN V. VAN EATONJohn V. Van Eaton was born about 1866 in Placerville, El Dorado County, California, to John Dick Van Eaton and Jane Stuart McCallum. John V. Van Eaton graduated from the College of the Pacific, worked for the San Francisco Chronicle, then moved to New York, where he was special correspondent to the San Francisco paper, as well as to several other large newspapers across the country.He was said to be a very handsome and charismatic man, but that his "fatal attraction for women proved his undoing"; his wife Nellie divorced him, he lost his job and started editing small-town newspapers.Later he married Clyde, a widow who "kept him in line" and took care of him in old age. JohnV.VanEatonLetter2.JPG (272152 bytes)JohnV VanEaton Letter.JPG (72896 bytes)Letters from John V. Van Eaton to Carol (Simpson) Beedle, in 1915 and 1921. John V. Van Eaton was Carol's Uncle. Includes recollection by Henry Bailey of John Dick Van Eaton, Harriette Ellen Bailey, John V. Van Eaton and Elizabeth (Belle) Simpson.


Mountain Democrat Online

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It had been drafted by James Johnson , Pool's attorney , and signed by El Dorado County deputy sheriff John Van Eaton.


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JOHN V. VAN EATON
John V. Van Eaton was born about 1866 in Placerville, El Dorado County, California, to John Dick Van Eaton and Jane Stuart McCallum. John V. Van Eaton graduated from the College of the Pacific, worked for the San Francisco Chronicle, then moved to New York, where he was special correspondent to the San Francisco paper, as well as to several other large newspapers across the country. He was said to be a very handsome and charismatic man, but that his "fatal attraction for women proved his undoing"; his wife Nellie divorced him, he lost his job and started editing small-town newspapers. Later he married Clyde, a widow who "kept him in line" and took care of him in old age. JohnV.VanEatonLetter2.JPG (272152 bytes) JohnV VanEaton Letter.JPG (72896 bytes) Letters from John V. Van Eaton to Carol (Simpson) Beedle, in 1915 and 1921. John V. Van Eaton was Carol's Uncle. Includes recollection by Henry Bailey of John Dick Van Eaton, Harriette Ellen Bailey, John V. Van Eaton and Elizabeth (Belle) Simpson.


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