Tom Musgrave was born on June 22, 1887, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Musgrave, at Humphrey, Missouri.
Anna Beaumaster was born on May 20, 1882, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Beaumaster.
Tom and Anna were married on January 3, 1908 at Ottuma, Iowa. In 1908, they came to North Dakota, where they filed a homestead claim in Homer Township, in the Ypsilanti community of Stutsman County. Later, they moved to a farm in Corwin Township, where they farmed until 1937.
Tom served as a member of the Corwin Township board and the Corwin Township school board, while Anna was a member of the Royal Neighbors.
In 1937, Tom, Anna, and their family moved to Jamestown, where Tom was employed at the State Hospital for five years. In 1942, he joined the Jamestown Police Department, retiring in 1956.
Mrs. Musgrave died on December 7, 1958, and Mr. Musgrave passed away on July 30, 1969. They had three sons.
Gordon Alexander married Helen Gaedtke, who was from Jamestown, and had three children. Wayne married Irene Campbell, and had four children. Howard married Doris Greshik, of Fried, and had one son.