Louis A. Beauregard was born in Providence, Rhode Island, October 24, 1895, a son of Orvilla, a roofing contractor, and Cordelia (Des Lauriers) Beauregard, of Southbridge, Massachusetts. He was educated in Pawtucket and after completing his studies learned the electrical trade and followed that occupation until 1917, when he entered the military service of the United States for the duration of the World War. He was honorably mustered out in 1919 and between that time and 1922 worked at his trade, in the last-noted year becoming associated with Richard John Simmons in the garage and motor car repairing business as a partner in the Franklin Garage in Bristol. He is a member of Kearney Post, American Legion; is a director in the Bristol Lions Club; is independent in politics and bears a fine record as an electrician in the navy during the war. He is an active man and devoted to fishing as a recreation.
Louis A. Beaurgard married, in 1920, Mildred Parlthorpe, of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, and they are the parents of: Harold F. and Conrad A.
Carroll, Charles. Rhode Island: Three Centuries of Democracy, vol 3 of 4. New York: Lewis historical Pub. Co., 1932.