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Minnie Elizabeth Beck
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Birth*: 16 January 1890, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada
Marriage*: 17 April 1907, Springhill, Nova Scotia, Canada, Principal=Walter James Weatherby
Death*: 13 November 1923, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Parents:

Father: Reuben Beck d. Deceased
Mother: Catherine Wilneff d. Deceased

Family:

Walter James Weatherby b. 31 October 1883, d. 22 August 1968

Children:

Blanche Marion Weatherby+ b. 24 Mar 1908
Gladys Fern Weatherby+ b. 8 Mar 1910, d. 29 Jun 1933
John Herbert Weatherby b. 15 Oct 1913, d. 24 Mar 1936

Reuben Beck
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Catherine Wilneff d. Deceased

Children:

Minnie Elizabeth Beck+ b. 16 Jan 1890, d. 13 Nov 1923

Eve Becker
Marriage*: Principal=Lodowick Brakeman

Family:

Lodowick Brakeman

Children:

Hannah Brakeman+ b. 28 Nov 1783, d. c 1818

Mary C. Becker
Death*: UNKNOWN
Birth*: 22 September 1872, Sterling, Whiteside, Illinois
Marriage*: 2 October 1913, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Ca, Principal=Eddie J. Dyer

Family:

Eddie J. Dyer b. 1 March 1866, d. 16 June 1943

Ruth May Becker

Charts:
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe

Note*: Person Source
Birth*: circa 1880, Cambridge, Washington County, New York
Marriage*: 28 June 1904, Cambridge, Washington County, New York, Principal=Frank Perry Larmon
Death*: 10 September 1954, Charleston, Kanawha Co, West Virginia

Family:

Frank Perry Larmon b. 2 March 1878, d. 3 June 1937

Children:

John Larmon b. 11 Mar 1906, d. 6 May 1906
Alexander Corey Larmon+ b. 13 Apr 1907
Mary Waite Larmon+ b. 10 Aug 1908, d. 16 Jun 1986

Jane Beckett
Death*: Deceased

Family:

David Fife d. Deceased

Children:

James Alexander Fife+ b. 1839, d. 17 Mar 1920

Audrey Beckingham
Death*: Deceased

Family:

George Warman Mundle d. Deceased

Mary J Beckley
Death*:
Note*: Person Source
Birth*: circa 1850, Chesterfield, Cheshire County, New Hampshire
Marriage*: 17 February 1885, Keene, Cheshire County, New Hampshire, Principal=Francis A Corey

Family:

Francis A Corey b. 9 February 1843

Augusta Elizabeth Beckstom
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Charles David Johnson d. Deceased

Children:

Marinus Earl Johnson+ b. 8 Mar 1903

Alice Helena Beckwith
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: DAR ID #29613: Descendant of Maj. Gideon Olin.
Birth*: Chateaugay, New York

Parents:

Father: Henry Reynolds Beckwith d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Mary Ann Roberts d. UNKNOWN

Henry Beckwith
Death*:
Birth*:
Note*: Person Source
Marriage*: Principal=Henrietta Evelyn Corey

Family:

Henrietta Evelyn Corey b. 15 January 1867, d. 5 November 1897

Henry Reynolds Beckwith
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Death*: UNKNOWN

Parents:

Father: John H. Beckwith , Rev. d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Sarah Ann Dyer b. 1818, d. UNKNOWN

Family:

Mary Ann Roberts d. UNKNOWN

Children:

Alice Helena Beckwith d. UNKNOWN

John H. Beckwith , Rev.
Death*: UNKNOWN

Family:

Sarah Ann Dyer b. 1818, d. UNKNOWN

Children:

Julius Dyer Beckwith+ d. UNKNOWN
Henry Reynolds Beckwith+ d. UNKNOWN

Julius Dyer Beckwith
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Death*: UNKNOWN

Parents:

Father: John H. Beckwith , Rev. d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Sarah Ann Dyer b. 1818, d. UNKNOWN

Family:

Mary Belle Ray d. UNKNOWN

Children:

Maud F. Beckwith d. UNKNOWN

Maud F. Beckwith
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: DAR ID #18090 Descendant of Judge Gideon Olin, of Vermont.
Birth*: Leroy, New York

Parents:

Father: Julius Dyer Beckwith d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Mary Belle Ray d. UNKNOWN

Ruth Beckwith
Death*: UNKNOWN

Family:

Jonathan Royce d. UNKNOWN

Children:

Mary Royce+ b. 19 Nov 1701, d. b 5 May 1753

Sophia Miriam Beckwith
Marriage*: 10 October 1824, Principal=John Lothrop Marsh

Family:

John Lothrop Marsh b. 12 July 1796

Children:

Amelia Elizabeth Marsh
Nehmiah Beckwith Marsh b. 1826
John Lothrop Marsh b. 22 Jan 1829
Sophia Adelaide Marsh+ b. 1832
Julia Louise Marsh b. 1834
Arthur Marsh b. 29 Apr 1837
Sarah Harriett Marsh b. 2 Jan 1842

Eleanor Marie Bedard
Note*: Person Source
Birth*: 4 February 1928, North Adams, Bershire Co, Massachusetts
Marriage*: 2 July 1955, Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, Principal=Richard Douglas Williamson
Death*: 9 February 1994, St Louis, St Louis Co, Missouri

Family:

Richard Douglas Williamson b. 14 December 1929, d. 19 July 1973

(?) Beddom
Note*: Its not known at this time if they had a family, also Mr Beddom'sparentage in not known. 1997.
Death*: Sheffield, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Name Variation: Mr. (?) (?)
Marriage*: Principal=Helen Ring

Family:

Helen Ring

Daniel Bedell
Death*: Deceased
Birth*: circa 1673

Family:

Ann Powle b. circa 1677, d. Deceased

Children:

Mary Bedell+ b. 21 Jun 1699, d. 17 May 1749

Elizabeth Bedell
Death*: Deceased
Marriage*: Dutchess, New York, Principal=Philip Dorland

Family:

Philip Dorland b. 9 September 1775, d. 18 December 1814

Mary Bedell
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Birth*: 21 June 1699, Hempstead, Queens, NY
Marriage*: 1715, Hempstead, Queens, NY, Principal=John Dorland
Death*: 17 May 1749, Hempstead, Queens, NY

Parents:

Father: Daniel Bedell b. circa 1673, d. Deceased
Mother: Ann Powle b. circa 1677, d. Deceased

Family:

John Dorland b. 9 February 1685/86, d. 31 March 1780

Children:

Miriam Dorland b. 21 Jun 1716, d. 1779
Anna Dorland b. 23 Aug 1717, d. Feb 1766
John Dorland b. 8 May 1719, d. bt 1787 - 1788
Samuel Dorland+ b. 24 Feb 1720/21, d. 7 Nov 1809
Joseph Dorland b. 8 Sep 1722, d. Deceased
Mary Dorland b. 13 May 1723, d. Deceased
Elias Dorland b. 6 Dec 1727, d. May 1778

Reuben Bedwell
Death*: Deceased
Marriage*: Beekman, Dutchess, New York, Principal=Letty Dorland

Family:

Letty Dorland b. 9 March 1761, d. Deceased

? Beebe
Death*: Deceased

Agnes Beebe
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Note*: Agnes Beebe, according to the files of John Blodgett, in Nov 1683, Agneswas whipped for fornication. This account is compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance,MI. 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net
Birth*: circa 1667, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Death*: 7 June 1748, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Samuel Beebe , Sr. b. 23 June 1633, d. 1712
Mother: Mary Keeney b. circa 1639, d. 9 May 1725

Alexander Beebe
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Note*: Alexander Beebe was a shoemaker by trade, and was a witness to a landpurchase in Great Addington in 1608 and became a landowner there in 1610.He also purchased land there in 1610 with his son John. This land passedthrough the family until at least 1672. He was a witness to the will ofhis brother John in 1622. Alexander's will was dated 20 Feb 1623/4 andproved Apr 1624. It read: 'Unto James my second son that piece of meadewith the appurtenances which I had and purchased to mee and my heirs ofRichard Currier, clerke to him and his heirs after the death of Elizabethmy wife. To all my grandchildren 2 shill 6d apiece, to to my wifeElizabeth and John my eldest son all my croppe and other goods as wellreal as personal, to be equally diveded.' The inventory amounted to£5.2.4. No documents have been found that gave the actual date of birthof any of his children. In the marriage register, Alexander is called'Saunder Beebye.' This line, at least the next few generations, spelledtheir name 'Beebe' although there are some variations recorded. Compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temerance, Michigan 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net
Marriage*: Principal=Elizabeth (?)
Birth*: circa 1555, England
Death*: 1623, Great Addington, Northamptonshire County, England

Parents:

Father: Thomas Bebe b. circa 1535

Family:

Elizabeth (?)

Children:

James ? Beebe
John ?? Beebe

Benjamin Beebe
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Birth*: Broughton, Northamptonshire County, England

Parents:

Father: John Beebe III b. 4 November 1628, d. 14 April 1708

Esther Beebe
Marriage*: Principal=Moses Freeman Corey
Death*:
Note*: Person Source
Birth*: circa 1800

Family:

Moses Freeman Corey b. 26 September 1798

Hannah Beebe
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Note*: Hannah Beebe is believed to have died before the date of her father'swill since she is not mentioned. This account is compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance,MI. 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net
Birth*: 23 June 1640, Broughton, Northamptonshire County, England
Baptism: circa 1641, Broughton, Northamptonshire, England
Death*: before 1650

Parents:

Father: John Beeby , Jr. b. circa 1600, d. 18 May 1650
Mother: Rebbeca Ladd d. before 1650

James Beebe , Sr.
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Note*: James Beebe, according to Clarence Beebe, James was probably baptized atBroughton, England in the 1641. He was undoubtedly the youngest of theBeebe brothers and probably accompanied his father to New England in 1650when but 9 years of age. Not many years later he is found at Hadley, MA.where he remained for more than 25 years. He was apprenticed by WilliamLewis, overseer of his father ‘s Will to Thomas Stanley, of Hartford andHadley. Stanley in his Will bequeathed five pounds 'unto James Beebe myservant to be paid unto him a’ft he hath p’formed that tyme of servicewhe was promised by William Lewis, that he is to be with me until he is 20 and 5years old.' In 1679 he was a resident of Stratford, CT but soon removedto Norwalk and thence to Danbury. The first permanent settlement ofDanbury was made in 1685 by James and seven other families. Here he wasappointed to sundry offices, being a Commissioner in 1691, a Lieutenantin 1696, a Justice of the Peace for many years from 1698, a Deputy to theGeneral Assembly in 1710, and Captain of the Train Band from 1716. Hedied at Danbury, CT 22 April 1728 at the age of 87 as recorded on histombstone. The stone was seen by Rev. Thomas Robbins and referred to ina cemetery sermon in 1801. This account is compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance,MI. 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net
Birth*: circa 1641, Broughton, Northamptonshire County, England
Baptism: 1641, Broughton, Northamptonshire, England
Death*: 22 April 1728, Danbury, Fairfield County, Connecticut, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: John Beeby , Jr. b. circa 1600, d. 18 May 1650
Mother: Rebbeca Ladd d. before 1650

James ? Beebe
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Parents:

Father: Alexander Beebe b. circa 1555, d. 1623
Mother: Elizabeth (?)

John ?? Beebe
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Parents:

Father: Alexander Beebe b. circa 1555, d. 1623
Mother: Elizabeth (?)

John Beebe III
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Note*: John Beebe’s occupation was a Farmer Soldier and in the summer of 1676,Ensign John Beebe on New London, with Captain George Denison, was with acompany which was raised in New London County for the Indian War. Therewas once a dispute between the New London and Lyme people over the rightto mow grass on debatable land. When the Lyme people came with a constablewho began to read a warrant for apprehension of another ensign, SergeantBeebe interrupted him crying 'we care not a straw for your paper.' Therewas a struggle between the two parties which did not result seriously toeither side, 'for an attempt to drive Mr. Matthew Griswold and Lieut. WilliamWaller by violence off their lands, resistance to authority andassault,' Very likely he had been for some time on the plantation of NewLondon in the service of John Winthrop, the founder. There are recordsof several land purchases in 1651 and 1652 by John. In 1707, he deeded31 acres to his son Benjamin. This deed was recorded 28 April 1714 buthe was probably dead by that time. He was called a 'Leather Dresser' ina deed dated 1660. In 1675, he was appointed Ensign by the generalcourt. During King Philip’s War in June 1676, he went on severalexpeditions against the Indians to Rhode Island, Taunton and beyondWestfield, MA on the way to Albany. On one of these expeditions, thecompany ascended the Connecticut River to Northampton, where they joined Major Talcot with supplies of which thearmy was in urgent need. In 1690, he was commissioned a lieutenant. Clarence Beebe in 'John Beebe of Broughton,' 1921, says his death was'about April 1714.' Compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance, Michigan 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net
Marriage*:
Baptism: 4 November 1628, Broughton, Northamptonshire, England
Birth*: 4 November 1628, Broughton, Northamptonshire County, England
Death*: 14 April 1708, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: John Beeby , Jr. b. circa 1600, d. 18 May 1650
Mother: Rebbeca Ladd d. before 1650

Family:

Children:

Benjamin Beebe

Jonathan Beebe , Sr.
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Burial*: Long Pond Cemetery, Millingto, Middlesex County, Connecticut
Note*: Jonathan Beebe, Sr. His earmark for cattle was recorded at New London,09 Aug 1696. He settled at Millington, Connecticut near the northeastcorner of Long Pond, in East Haddam, coming from Colchester. He andElizabeth were both in their 80's when they were married. Louise BeebeWilder, in her book on Lucius Beebe of Wakefield adds a daughter Eleanorbut this may, or may not, be correct. This account is compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance,MI. 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net
Event-Misc*: Long Pond Cem., Millington, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, Type: Fact #1
Marriage*: Principal=Elizabeth (?)
Birth*: 19 August 1674, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Baptism: 19 August 1674, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Death*: 12 October 1761, East Haddam, Middlesex County, Connecticut, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Samuel Beebe , Sr. b. 23 June 1633, d. 1712
Mother: Mary Keeney b. circa 1639, d. 9 May 1725

Family:

Marriage*: Principal=Elizabeth (?)

Elizabeth (?) b. 1684

Mary Beebe
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Death*: BET. 1679 1680
Note*: Mary Beebe was born about 1657 and died about 1679 or 1680. ClarenceBeebe called her Sussanah, however, an article in the Boston Transcripts,22 August, 1928, T7419, says her name was Maty. This is primarily basedon mention of a daughter 'Mary, deceased' in the distribution of herfather's estate. This is confirmed by Jacobus in 'The Families of OldFairfield.' This account is compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance,MI. 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net
Birth*: circa 1657

Parents:

Father: Samuel Beebe , Sr. b. 23 June 1633, d. 1712
Mother: Mary Keeney b. circa 1639, d. 9 May 1725

Mary Beebe
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Note*: Mary Beebe was under age 18 and was by William Beebe, Sr.'s 3rd wifeHannah. This account is compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance,MI. 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net

Parents:

Father: William Beebe , Sr. b. circa 1665, d. 30 December 1750

Mary Beebe
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Note*: Mary Beebe had two daughters and a son. She died Easterday, 1610. Inher will (which was of the type given verbally) the Memorandum states'that on Easterday last in Anno Dom 1610 immediately after morning prayerMary Ffoscutt of great Addington in the diocese of P'boro widowe beingsicke in body yet of good memory beinge & demanded how she would bestoweher goods made ansere to this effect. I have a sonne and two daughtorsand I would have that that I have equally divided amongst them . . .'Crossed out in the will were several names including 'Elizabeth Bibbiewife of Alexdr Bibie.' Foscutt wills later in the century metion Beebyrelatives. Information on her children came from Sandra Smith of North Baddesly,Southampton, Hants, England who is researching the Foscutt/Foscot family. Compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Michigan 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net
Death*: 1610

Parents:

Father: Thomas Bebe b. circa 1535

Mary Beebe
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Note*: Mary Beebe, according to the files of John Blogett, she was unmarried andof New London, Connecticut on 30 Sep 1662. This account is compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance,MI. 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net
Baptism: 18 March 1636/37, Broughton, Northamptonshire, England
Birth*: 18 March 1636/37, Broughton, Northamptonshire County, England

Parents:

Father: John Beeby , Jr. b. circa 1600, d. 18 May 1650
Mother: Rebbeca Ladd d. before 1650

Mary Beebe
Death*:
Note*: Person Source
Birth*: circa 1885
Marriage*: 5 July 1903, Groton, New London County, Connecticut, Principal=Henry Allen Corey

Family:

Henry Allen Corey b. 22 March 1883

Mercy Beebe
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Note*: Mercy Bebe, born Abt. 1678, New London, New London County, Connecticutand married 08 Apr 1702, in New London, Connecticut to Richard Tozer, Sr.born 1680, Lyme, New London, Connecticut, died 1729. Mercy died before1712. Called 'Mary' by Miss Caukins in the History of New London butJohn D. Morrell, Connecticut State Library says 'Mercy, not Mary.' DonBeebe, of Calgary, Alberta, Canada says she died after May 1746.Richard: Of New London, Connecticut. This account is compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance,MI. 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net
Birth*: circa 1678, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 8 April 1702, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A., Principal=Richard Tozier , Sr.
Death*: before 1712

Parents:

Father: Samuel Beebe , Sr. b. 23 June 1633, d. 1712
Mother: Mary Keeney b. circa 1639, d. 9 May 1725

Family:

Richard Tozier , Sr. b. 1680, d. 1729

Children:

Richard Tozier , Jr. d. 11 Jan 1745/46
Sarah Tozier
Samuel Tozier
John Tozier
Thomas Tozier b. c 1705, d. 11 Jan 1745/46
Mercy 'Mary' Tozier+ b. c 1708, d. c 1804
Susannah Tozier b. c 1710, d. 5 Jan 1782

Nathaniel Beebe
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Note*: Nathaniel Beebe settled in Stonington, Connecticut. His land wasabsorbed in the largest estates of his neighbors, the Denisons. In thewill of William Denison (1715) he disposes of the Beebe land, but adds 'Iorder my executors to take a special care of Mr Nathaniel Beeby duringhis life and give him a Christian burial at his death.' His gravestoneis near the Denisons and states that he died December 17th 1724, aged93. There is no record that he ever married or had children. This account is compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance,MI. 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net
Baptism: 23 January 1634/35, Broughton, Northamptonshire, England
Birth*: 23 January 1634/35, Broughton, Northamptonshire County, England
Death*: 17 December 1724, Stonington, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: John Beeby , Jr. b. circa 1600, d. 18 May 1650
Mother: Rebbeca Ladd d. before 1650

Nathaniel Beebe , Sr.
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Note*: Nathaniel Beebe Sr. was Director of the temporary guard set at Fisher'sIsland in 1712, and on 02 Sep of that year, 10 shillings was ordered bythe General assembly, to be paid him for his services. This account is compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance,MI. 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net
Birth*: circa 1669, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Death*: 1769, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Samuel Beebe , Sr. b. 23 June 1633, d. 1712
Mother: Mary Keeney b. circa 1639, d. 9 May 1725

Rebecca Beebe
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Note*: Rebecca Beebe b. 11 Aug 1630, Broughton, Northamptonshire, England, 7 bp:11 Aug 1630, Broughton, Northamptonshire, England. 8 This account is compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance,MI. 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net
Baptism: 11 August 1630, Broughton, Northamptonshire, England
Birth*: 11 August 1630, Broughton, Northamptonshire County, England

Parents:

Father: John Beeby , Jr. b. circa 1600, d. 18 May 1650
Mother: Rebbeca Ladd d. before 1650

Samuel Beebe , Jr.
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Event-Misc*: Plumb Island, Suffolk Conty, New York, U.S.A., Type: Fact #1
Note*: Samuel Beebe, Jr. was the richest man in New London after GovernorWinthop. He opposed Infant Baptism. Samuel became a prominent Landownerand lived on Plum Island off the Connecticut coast of which he owned athird. He was called 'King Beebe' and 'Lord of the Isles.' A rock inthe sea nearby was called 'Beebe's Throne.' A deed is on record at Lyme,7th book, page 384, dated 20 July 1738 in which he distributed to hischildren and grandchildren a tract of land about 8 miles square. Also adeed of 4,000 additional acres which he purchased of 'Awonneco' with theconsent of Captain John Mason. In 1685 Samuel Beebe, Jr. was whipped forprofaning the Sabbath by servile work. About 1692, he with othersattacked the government and colony, accusing them of persecution ofdissenters, etc., compelling people to pay Presbyterian ministers, asagainst the laws of England Samuel was buried on Plum Island.Additional information on Samuel is recorded in the Monograph of theBeebe family by Clarence Beebe printed in the early 1900's. This account is compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance,MI. 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net
Birth*: circa 1660, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Death*: July 1741, Plumb Island, Suffolk County, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Samuel Beebe , Sr. b. 23 June 1633, d. 1712
Mother: Mary Keeney b. circa 1639, d. 9 May 1725

Samuel Beebe , Sr.
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Note*: Samuel Beebe Sr. b. 23 Jun 1633, Broughton, Northamptonshire, England, 4bp: 23 Jun 1633, Broughton, Northamptonshire, England, 8 m. 1660, in NewLondon, CT, 13 Mary Keeney, b. ABT 1639, 14 d. 9 May 1725, New London,CT, 15 bur: 10 May 1725. 16 Samuel died 1712, Plum Island, SuffolkCounty, NY. 9 Samuel was a twin brother of Thomas and baptized with himat Broughton, England, 23 June 1633. He came to New England in 1649 withhis brother John. They lived briefly in Glouchester, MA but then removedto New London, CT where land was granted him December 2nd 1651 as well asseveral times afterwards. In 1708 he testified that he and his brothermade fences to Mr. Winthrop's ox pasture 'sixty years since.' Thisexpression is understood to mean about sixty years as he could not havebeen in New London earlier than the summer of 1650. A deed recorded inNew London, and dated 8 May 1716 from Mary Beebe, then resident ofColchester, and relict of Samuel Beebe, late of New London, deceased, andconveyed to Samuel Fox of New London, for a valuable sum of money, landin New London, 'originally granted to William Keeney.' He probably movedto Plum Island and died there early in 1712 as administration was grantedon his estate, 6 April 1712, to his widow, Mary and his son Samuel ofSouthold, Long Island. The Genealogy by Clarence Beebe names a firstwife, Agnes Kenney, which is believed to be in error. Search does notreveal any such person other than Mary Keeney's mother, the wife ofWilliam Keeney. It appears that Clarence Beebe merely repeated theincorrect information provided by Frances M. Caulkins who earlier wrotethe History of New London. New London Probate Record (A/620), rejectedwill of Samuel Beebe of New London, dated 10 Nov 1702, mentions wife Mary(executor), sons Samuel, William, Nathaniel, Johnathon and Thomas Beebe:daughters, Agnes, Susanna and Mercy. His daughter Mary was not mentionedalthough Mary dec'd was mentioned in the distribution of her father'sestate. Mary: Daughter of William and Agnes (Duckett?) Keeney. She wascalled 'Old Goodie Beebe' in Hempsteads Diary. More recent researchershave incorrectly applied this 'pet' name to Abigail Yorke. This account is compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance,MI. 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net
Birth*: 23 June 1633, Broughton, Northamptonshire, England
Marriage*: 1660, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A., Principal=Mary Keeney
Death*: 1712, Plum Island, Suffolk County, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: John Beeby , Jr. b. circa 1600, d. 18 May 1650
Mother: Rebbeca Ladd d. before 1650

Family:

Mary Keeney b. circa 1639, d. 9 May 1725

Children:

Mary Beebe b. c 1657, d. BET. 1679 1680
Samuel Beebe , Jr. b. c 1660, d. Jul 1741
William Beebe , Sr.+ b. c 1665, d. 30 Dec 1750
Agnes Beebe b. c 1667, d. 7 Jun 1748
Nathaniel Beebe , Sr. b. c 1669, d. 1769
Susanna 'Anne' Beebe b. c 1672, d. b Nov 1702
Jonathan Beebe , Sr. b. 19 Aug 1674, d. 12 Oct 1761
Mercy Beebe+ b. c 1678, d. b 1712
Thomas Beebe b. 1680

Susanna 'Anne' Beebe
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Baptism: circa 1672, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Birth*: circa 1672, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Death*: before November 1702

Parents:

Father: Samuel Beebe , Sr. b. 23 June 1633, d. 1712
Mother: Mary Keeney b. circa 1639, d. 9 May 1725

Thomas Beebe
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Note*: Thomas Beebe, The earmark of his cattle was recorded at New London,Connecticut 05 Aug 1712. 'A croppe and half croppe on the left ear, whichwas his father Samuel's earmark.' He bought land in Colchester 02 Sep1714 which he sold in 1720. In 1725 he was of Haddam, Connecticut. Onesource (unproven) says he died 1740. This account is compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance,MI. 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net
Death*: Haddam, Middlesex County, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Birth*: 1680, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Samuel Beebe , Sr. b. 23 June 1633, d. 1712
Mother: Mary Keeney b. circa 1639, d. 9 May 1725

Thomas Beebe
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Note*: Thomas Beebe was a Ship-master in Connecticut, and was made a freeman ofthe Colony in 1666 and was of a committee of seven to fortify New Londonagainst King Philip in 1675. The date shown is the date he was baptizedin England. His homestead descended to his son Thomas, by whom it wasconveyed in the latter years of his life, to his nephew, William Holt. This account is compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance,MI. 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net
Baptism: 23 June 1633, Broughton, Northamptonshire, England
Birth*: 23 June 1633, Broughton, Northamptonshire County, England

Parents:

Father: John Beeby , Jr. b. circa 1600, d. 18 May 1650
Mother: Rebbeca Ladd d. before 1650

William Beebe , Sr.
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Note*: William Beebe, Sr. was a Quaker as was his father. His will was dated 08Aug 1750 and proved 08 Jan 1751. Mentions his sons; Samuel, Stephen,William, Ezekiel and daughters; Lydia, and Mary. Mary was under age 18and was by his third wife Hannah. Compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance, Michigan 48182.
Birth*: circa 1665, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Death*: 30 December 1750, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Samuel Beebe , Sr. b. 23 June 1633, d. 1712
Mother: Mary Keeney b. circa 1639, d. 9 May 1725

Family:

Children:

Mary Beebe

Ann Beeby
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Note*: Ann Beebe in 1622 was under age 21. Compiled by Alan D. Henry, 1199 Ashland Dr., Temperance, Michigan 48182. E-Mail - [email protected]@worldnet.att.net

Parents:

Father: John Beeby , Sr. b. circa 1560, d. 1622


         

Compiler:
David Walker
Edwards, Ontario, Canada

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