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History of Wayne County, Indiana : together with sketches of its cities, villages and towns (Volume 2)

History of Wayne County, Indiana : together with sketches of its cities, villages and towns (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

History of Wayne County, Indiana : together with sketches of its cities, villages and towns (Volume 2)

History of Wayne County, Indiana : together with sketches of its cities, villages and towns (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

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Beeson, Benjamin 435


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Beeson, Thomas 733


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Beeson, Mrs. Benj. B 437


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


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


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Christopher Roddy and Joshua Meek, Isaac Beeson, from the same State, in 1807, Robert Grimes, in 1808, and Abraham Esteb,


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Isaac Beeson came in 1807, and settled up the stream f om Whitehead. Wayne County


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and wife, Mrs. Mc Fadden, Isaac Beeson,! James Sulser and wife, Jas. P, Burgess and wife, and John Lamb and


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married to Amanda, daughter of David B. Beeson. They have one son-Lawrence D. W. S. Commons, youngest child of David


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to Emma F,, daughter of David B. Beeson, of Wayne County.


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Wright Spradlin, Geo. M. Lee, Benjamin Beeson, Wm. Beeson, Jae. Brewer. Nathan Baldwin and Wm. Maudlin came in 1831, Samuel,


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Samuel, Isaac, Isaac and Thomas E. Beeson about the same time, also Thomas Dennis and family, Isaac Macy, from


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Davis, Dan'l Uirich, Chas. Burroughs, Zachariah Beeson, Anthony Reynolds, Isaac Reynolds, Jno. Deering, Thomas Nicholson, and Thos. Antrim. Most of


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known or named Palmyra, and Silas H. Beeson was appointed Postmaster May 25, 1835. He was succeeded July 26, 1837,


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succeeded July 26, 1837, by Isaac W. Beeson, then John W. Smith, Feb. 13. 1838, Charles Burroughs, April 23, 1840,


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Hockett, a grocery house. Dr. Silas Beeson, the first resident physician in the township, settled at Franklin about


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were Thomas Antrum, Jos. Davis, Zachariah Beeson and others. This church was near Franklin. The anti-slavery ao^itation caused a division


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about 1765, a son of Isaac Beeson, whose ancestors trace back to two brothers who came from England to Pennsylvania,


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Benjamin Beeson was born in Randolph County, N. C, about 1765, a son of Isaac


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and had one son-Silas B. Benjamin Beeson's brothers and sisters were as follows -


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Benjamin Beeson^ only son of Isaac W, and Mary (Branson) Beeson, was born March IT, 1843, on the old homestead


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Benjamin B. Beeson^ only son of Isaac W, and Mary (Branson) Beeson, was born March


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onehalf miles northwest of Dalton. Benjamin Beeson, like his ancestors, was a strict. Friend and the head of Providence Meeting


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1789, the eldest son of Benjamin and Margaret (Ilockett) Beeson. Fie was of medium height (five feet, eight inches), and


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in September, 1880, of which Mr. Beeson is President. Despite many disadvantages, this society has been very successful and gained


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Isaac W. Beeson was born in Randolph County, JN". C, Dec. 19, 1789, the eldest


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died, and where his son, Benjamin B. Beeson, now resides. In those days hilly land with springs and running water


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and Indianapolis for Congress land." Mr. Beeson entered several tracts in different parts of the State, and again returned South


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N. C, a son of Isaac K. and Rebecca (Lamb) Beeson, natives of the same county, of English origin. When


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Thomas Beeson^ farmer and stock-raiser, was born in Randolph County, N. C, a son of


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to them, March 17, 1843. Mr. Beeson took an active interest in the political and religious questions of his day.


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children-Sarah A. and Mary Mrs. Beeson died Jan. 22, 1883. She belonged to the United Brethren church. Mr. Beeson


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since his marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Beeson were the parents of two children-Sarah A. and Mary E. Mrs. Beeson died


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to the United Brethren church. Mr. Beeson was i-earyd in the Society of Friends, but when twentj^-three years of age


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north line of the township. David Beeson, from North Carolina to Wayne County in 1825, settled in 1830 on the


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in Wayne County, in 1842. Mr. Beeson and wife have had nine children, three of whom are deceased-David, Alonzo, and


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married Samira,daughter of Thomas and Eunice Beeson.


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of Jefferson, Greenback, and a Mr. Beeson, of Washington Township, Democrat. He served with great credit to himself and the


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of dwelling at that date. Thomas Beeson, from North Carolina, came in 1818. Harrison Shortridge, Joseph Caldwell, Jehial Lampson, Solomon


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Benjamin Beeson, who died in 1852, settled three and a half miles south of Milton


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5, 1857, a son of M. G. and Louisa (Harvey) Beeson, and a grandson of the Hon. Othniel Beeson.


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Florance M. Beeson^ farmer and station agent at Beeson Station, was born Oct. 5, 1857,


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M. D. Beeson^ son of Benjamin Beeson, was born Oct. 18,


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1, 1873, aged twenty-two years. Mrs. Beeson died April 14, 1873, aged forty-seven years. Sanford G. died May 10, 1873,


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eighteen months. After his marriage Mr. Beeson resided on a farm adjoining the old homestead five years, when, upon the


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in 1813, a son of Benjamin Beeson, who came to Indiana Territory in 1814.


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Thomas Beeson was born Dec. 20, 1792, in Guilford County, N. C. He removed to


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Co., Ind. Since his marriage Mr. Beeson has resided on his present farm. He owns 200 acres of wellimproved land,


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to Sallie E., daughter of William P and Charity S. (Beeson) Lindsay. To them have been born two children, one


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of whom died in infancy. Mr. Beeson was politically a very staunch Democrat. He was an upright man, of good


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I., wife of Oliver H. Beeson. Mr. Williams has followed farming through life on the place where he