From the book "HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY, COUNTIES OF WHITE AND PULASKI INDIANA. Historical and Biographical. Illustrated. Chicago; F. A. Battey & CO., Publishers. 1883." page 282, Honey Creek Township, White County, Indiana
"ISAAC BEASEY, Jr., was born in Bartholomew County, Indiana, January 19, 1827, and is the sixth of the sixteen children born to ISAAC and NANCY (PENNY) BEASEY, natives respectively of the Eastern Shore of Maryland and of Johnson County, Ohio. ISAAC BEASEY, Sr., was married in Johnson County, Ohio, where he farmed in shares several years; in about 1824, he moved to Bartholomew County, and in the fall of 1837 came to Big Creek Township, this county, where he entered eighty acres, and also eighty acres in this township; in 1852, he moved to Monticello, and engaged in teaming for about five years. He then bought a farm lying partly in White and partly in Pulaski County, where on the morning of April 15, 1869, as he was driving from his pasture some of a neighbor's trespassing cattle, he was shot dead by their owner, PHILIP REEDER, who was sentenced to the penitentiary for life for the crime. MRS. BEASEY died in White County in 1853. ISAAC BEASEY remained on the home farm until twenty-two years of age; then farmed on shares in Big Creek Township, this county, about six years, and then came to this township and farmed on the same terms five years. In the fall of 1864, he bought forty acres in Honey Creek, on which he still resides. July 2, 1861, he married MARY J. REEVES, a native of Carroll County, Indiana, who has borne him five children - SAMUEL M. and CATHERINE M. MRS. BEASEY died October 10, 1880, a strict member of the Methodist Episcopal Church; MR. BEASEY is also a member of the same, and in politics is a Democrat."