|Birth: ||Jul. 4, 1804|
New Hampshire, USA
Adeline Jackman was born in Boscawen, NH to Samuel Jackman, Jr. and his wife, Hannah Flanders. On February 28, 1821, when she was sixteen, she married Samuel Bean from Danbury, NH. They would have 13 children. The ten children below have been identified. There were two more daughters born between 1820 and 1830, and one son, also born between 1820 and 1830, that have not been identified.
In 1835 the family moved to Lowell, Massachusetts, where Addie's husband was a teamster and they owned a farm. They lived there the rest of their lives.
Three sons fought for the Union in the Civil War, Leroy, Lyman, and Walter. Lyman was wounded in 1864 and died a short while later. The other two sons survived. The oldest child, Lathrop, moved to Texas and was a Southern sympathizer.
Three daughters died young, at ages 10, 13 and 26. It must have been hard for their mother, as well as the rest of the family.
Samuel Bean (1797 - 1867)
Lathrop G. Bean (1823 - 1870)*
Livonia Choate Bean Eastman (1831 - 1893)*
Josephus C Bean (1832 - 1886)*
Hannah J. Bean Tracy (1834 - 1860)*
Elizabeth A. Bean (1837 - 1860)*
Lyman W Bean (1839 - 1864)*
Leroy T Bean (1840 - 1894)*
Walter F. Bean (1842 - 1907)*
Mary F Bean (1845 - 1855)*
Anna M. Bean Irving (1847 - 1912)*
Maintained by: Virginia Ginn
Originally Created by: Rick Weaver
Record added: Sep 16, 2012
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