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Americans of gentle birth and their ancestors : a genealogical encyclopedia ... embracing many authenticated lineages and biographical sketches of the founders of the colonies and their descendants found in all parts of the United States (Volume 1)

Americans of gentle birth and their ancestors : a genealogical encyclopedia ... embracing many authenticated lineages and biographical sketches of the founders of the colonies and their descendants found in all parts of the United States (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

Americans of gentle birth and their ancestors : a genealogical encyclopedia ... embracing many authenticated lineages and biographical sketches of the founders of the colonies and their descendants found in all parts of the United States (Volume 1)

Americans of gentle birth and their ancestors : a genealogical encyclopedia ... embracing many authenticated lineages and biographical sketches of the founders of the colonies and their descendants found in all parts of the United States (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : BEESON


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Beeson, born in Duncan's Falls, Jesse Beeson (son of Henry), born Ohio, 1844, married Henry Mc Kibben,


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sister, sons, Howards and others. Alice Beeson, born in Duncan's Falls, Jesse Beeson (son of Henry), born Ohio, 1844, married


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Louise Beeson, married Mr. Bry, of Louisiana, and died young.


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Edward Beeson, the head of the Amer- Elizabeth Mc Kibben settled in St.-Louis, ican branch


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Henry Sidles Beeson, born 1813, in Uniontown, Pa., died in St.-Louis Septein, " ( low


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1866, married May 8, 1899, Louise Beeson, daughter of Henry and wife, Alice Beeson Mc Kibben. Virginia Calliarine was a


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daughter of Henry and wife, Alice Beeson Mc Kibben. Virginia Calliarine was a daughter of:


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English and Scotch-Irish origin. The Charity Beeson and had Rachel, who marmaternal ancestor, Richard Ridgeway, ried John Trimble, born in