John W. Beardslee, Jr., was educated at Hope College, Western Seminary, and the University of Chicago (M.A. and Ph.D). His teaching career included Hope College (1905-13), Western Seminary (1913-1917), and New Brunswick Seminary (1917-49), a total of forty-four years. After retirement at seventy, he continued as part-time teacher and acting dean until 1955, completing fifty years. He died in 1962, at age eighty-two. [Servant Gladly]
Beardsley Genealogy: The Family of William Beardsley, One of the First Settlers of Connecticut. Compiled and edited by Nellie Beardsley Holt and Charles : Holt. Published at West Hartford, Connecticut, 1951. John, Jr. is the son of John Beardsley/Beardslee, Holt Record #1162, Pg. 433.
Servant Gladly: Essays in Honor of John W. Beardslee III; Jack D. Klunder and Russell L. Gassero, Editors; Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, Grand Rapids MI; 1989
1880 US Census: Constantine, St. Joseph County, MI, 25 Jun 1880, Enumeration District 191, Pg. 37
1920 US Census: New Brunswick, Middlesex County, NJ, 8 Jun 1920, Enumeration District 29, Sheet 11A
1930 US Census: New Brunswick, Middlesex County, NJ, 15 Apr 1930, Enumeration District 58, Sheet 8A
1940 US Census: New Brunswick, Middlesex County, NJ, 17 Apr 1940, Enumeration District 12-80, Sheet 9B
↑ Information from Beardsley family researcher Nick Dann, 5 Jul 2015.
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Family Tree DNA Y-DNA Test 500 markers, haplogroup I1-L1483*, FTDNA kit #B2385, MitoYDNA ID T10646[compare] +
Y-Chromosome Test 2270 markers, haplogroup I-A4636