Alyce Elaine (Antle) Beggs

(1944-2020)
FatherMarshall Bragg Antle (1889-1980)
MotherAnna Louise Foster (1906-1993)
Alyce Elaine Beggs
(1944–2020)
(Src: Obituary)
Alyce Elaine (Antle) Beggs, daughter of Marshall Bragg Antle and Anna Louise Foster, was born in Springfield, Sangamon County, IllinoisG, on 14 July 1944.1 She died aged 75 in SpringfieldG on 6 April 2020.1 She married first Jay Anthony Swift.2 She married second in SpringfieldG on 22 June 1984, Guy William Beggs.2,1
     Alyce was a founding member of the Sackett Family Association.

Alyce Elaine Beggs
July 14, 1944–April 6, 2020
God saw you getting tired and a cure was not to be; so He put His loving arms around you and whispered “Come With Me.” A faithful heart stopped beating; you passed the final test; so now you are in heaven and have found the perfect rest.
     Mrs. Alyce Elaine Beggs, 75, was born on July 14, 1944 in Springfield, IL to the late Anna Louise Foster Antle and the late Marshall Bragg Antle, passed away on Monday, April 06, 2020 at her home.
     She was a Management Operations Analyst with the State of Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity until retiring in 2006. She lived in Springfield most of her life, though formerly of Auburn as well. Alyce was the loving wife of Guy W. Beggs. They were united in marriage on June 22, 1984, in Springfield. She was preceded in death by her son, Jay Douglas Swift in 2015.
     Alyce is survived by her husband, Guy; granddaughter, Alyson Louise (Chris) Schehl of Glenarm, IL; and great-grandchildren, Sean Douglas Schehl and Arianna Louise Schehl of Glenarm. Sadly, her great­grandchildren, won’t be able to make more memories with her, but will cherish the ones they do have. Also surviving are a stepson, Jemal (Nicole) Beggs of Nashville, TN; stepdaughter, Dominique (Jay) Seymoure of Greenfield, IL;
     Some of Alyce’s hobbies were genealogy, scrapbooking and card making. She was a charter member of the Sackett Family Association; member of Daughters of the American Revolution, Capt. William Penny Chapter; and the Buchanan Clan. She loved spending time with her granddaughter and great grandchildren, and winters spent with Guy in Fort Myers, FL.
     Private services were held.
     Memorial contributions may be made to Daughters of the American Revolution – Capt. William Penny Chapter.

—https://www.staabfuneralhomes.com/obituary/alyce-elaine-beggs.

Sackett Family Association membership
Alyce Elaine (Antle) Beggs (1944–2020)
Springfield, Sangamon County, IllinoisG.
Member # 15 (founding)
Joined 28 September 2003
Sackett line12th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder
Sackett ancestry
Thomas Sackett the elder (say 1530–1595), labourer of St Peter in Thanet, Kent, and Joane ___
Thomas Sackett the younger (c1557–1615), yeoman of Birchington, Kent, and Martha Strowde
Simon Sackett the colonist (1595–1635), of Thanet, Kent, & Newtown (Cambridge), Massachusetts, and Isabel Pearce
John Sackett (1632–1719), farmer of Westfield, Massachusetts, and Abigail Hannum
William Sacket (1662–1700), of Westfield, and Hannah Graves
Jonathan Sacket (1696–1773), of Westfield, Massachusetts, and Kent, Connecticut, and Anne Filer
Reuben Sacket (1732–1803) and Mercy Finney
Aaron Sacket (1760–1827) and Dorcas Clark
Thomas Sackett (1787–1871) and Catherine Chambers
Dorcas Sackett (1809–1877) and Levi Batterton
Mary Ann Batterton (1832–1919) and William M Hinds
Albert Newton Hinds (1865–1949) and Ella Williamson
Mattie May Hinds (1889–1962) and John Quincy Foster
Anna Louise Foster (1906–1993) and Marshall Bragg Antle
ChartsLine 3a (American)

 Notes & Citations

  1. Obituary.
  2. Email from Alyce Beggs to Chris Sackett, 5 May 2004.
Generation.Tree13U.3a
Last Edited15 April 2020
 

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