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History of Wayne county, Indiana, from its first settlement to the present time : with numerous biographical and family sketches

History of Wayne county, Indiana, from its first settlement to the present time : with numerous biographical and family sketches

Source : Internet Archive

History of Wayne county, Indiana, from its first settlement to the present time : with numerous biographical and family sketches

History of Wayne county, Indiana, from its first settlement to the present time : with numerous biographical and family sketches

Source : Internet Archive

Results : BEESON


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Antrim, Joseph Curtis, Wm. Wright, James Beeson, Daniel Strattan, Abner M. Bradbury, George Springer, Jehiel R. Lamson, Benj. Beeson, James


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H. Beeson, May 25, 1835. Isaac W. Beeson, July 26,


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Collins, in 1807, settled where Milton II. Beeson lives. James Landj, a native of Scotland, on land now owned by


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lately by James Burgess. Isaac Beeson, from ]^. C, in 1807, where his son Augustus Beeson lives. Robert Grimes,


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in 1807, where his son Augustus Beeson lives. Robert Grimes, about 1808, on land now owned by his son Robert,


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Isaac Beeson, probably, where his son Augustus now resides.


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Charles Canaday, early, where David B. Beeson resides.


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father. 5. Joseph A., married Amanda Beeson, and lives three miles north of Centerville. 6. Mary E., w^ife of Ira


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the farm now owned by Isaac W. Beeson. These, and some in other parts of the township, settled before the


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sides. Thomas E. Beeson, from Korth Carolina, son of Isaac Beeson, about 1831, one mile east


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from Korth Carolina, son of Isaac Beeson, about 1831, one mile east of town. Pleasant Harris, from K'orth Carolina, near


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Charles Burroughs and Isaac Covalt. Samuel Beeson, half a mile east of Dalton, about 1826, died there, aged about 94


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occupied by his widow and Thomas Beeson. Wm. Thoruburg, Sen., from Tennessee, an early settler on West River, land now


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an early mercliant at Dalton. Charles Beeson is known to have traded at Franklin in 1830. Also, Silas, Lewis, and


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the following maybe added : Zachariah Beeson, one mile north of Dalton, in 1824, was a gunsmith, and had a


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by George JSTicholson and others. Isaac Beeson, from ISTorth Carolina, one mile east of Dalton, about 1831 , name of


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Hezekiah Beeson, from North Carolina, an early settler near Franklin , sold to Wm. Beeson


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Dr. Silas Beeson, the first resident Physician in the township, settled at Franklin about 1830, and


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north line of the township. David Beeson, from N. C. to Wayne Co. in 1825, settled in 1830 on the


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Thomas Beeson settled on land now owned by Elwood Beeson, on the w^est line. Harrison


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Thomas Hardin, where Mark D. Beeson lives.


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Benjamin Beeson was born in Guilford county, 5^. C. lie was married to Dorcas Starbuck


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Beeson, lives with her son, Benjamin F. Othniel Beeson, son of Benjamin, was born in North Carolina, May 7, 1813,


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been occupied by Eleazar Hiatt, Isaac Beeson, Geo. Bell, a mulatto, and John Scott. The last died of cholera in