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|Karen Beaman (#46899075)|
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|My husband and I began our genealogy research about 14 years ago when we each were given "family trees" started by others years ago. It was apparent to us just from reading this information that it could not all be correct. It wasn't. We have since corrected the errors and added thousands of members to our family tree. The Find A Grave web site has been a tremendous informational source in our research. |
Our goal upon retirement is to research cemeteries while traveling to complete some gaps in our research and to perhaps aide others in theirs.
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|Madre||memorial # 32486197 Beaman|
Good Day, Karen Beaman!
Initially I wish to express by appreciation for your volunteer hours on this web site. Yes, you are indeed helping us "genealogist-wanna-be's" with your volunteer hours kindly creating these memorials. Thank You!
I myself am not related to this family of Beamans, but I am assisting my newly acquired nephew with his family history (he's an Aydelott that married my niece in California), so I am not looking for a transfer. I imagine as I work these branches, I may find more of your wonderful work on FindAGrave and send you my gratitude in advance.
Best wishes for your retirement & travels!
Added by Madre on Jul 28, 2016 10:32 AM
|Carolyn||Lewis R. Beaman|
Hello, I am writing to see if you might have some information on my 3x great grandfather Lewis R. Beaman. The earliest information I have is his marriage to the widow Susanna Cratin Wheeler in 1815 Wilkes county Georgia. I think he may be a member of the Beaman family in NC. Lewis had a great grandson named Fain/Fayne Fite Beaman 1904 Missouri-1940 Oklahoma. I have noted there are around seven Beaman men in the families that moved from NC to Indiana with this given name Fain/Fayne, I think it may be more than a coincidence. Any and all help is appreciated. Thank you, Carolyn Beaman Niessner
Added by Carolyn on Mar 01, 2016 9:47 AM
|Adrienne Parks||Lavinia's male children|
I noted where you made a point of stipulating that Lavinia and George had two children: Mollie and Meg.
Yet on Find-a-Grave, it lists four-five boys (like Pinkus and Andrew ...) who also bear the last name Stanley. It there a second wife? I can't find a reference to George and Lavinia separating - except on the 1880 US FED CEN - in which it is handwritten that they are "separated living apart." However that can be taken that they are no longer living as man and wife. Or that by virtue of his work (or other circumstances) she has taken the children to live temporarily in another location). Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
|Gary L. Pettit||connecting Beamans|
Hello Mrs Beaman,
I am interested in connecting the Beaman family. Can I help with do this? Can you email me at my email address in a older message i sent you. I read it and my first line makes no sense to me. Its my old age. Look foward in hearing from you.
|Carolyn Stowell Huffman||Pleasant Elmer Beaman|
I would like to manage this as I want to add his obituary to Find A Grave. Thank you
|Teresa Benitez||RE: Sarah Lucinda|
|Brad Albee||Ila Mea Beaman 32722206|
There are two Ila Mae Beaman's in the Greenfield Cemetery...sort of....below is the Find A Grave pages and also a link to an ancestry.com page that will give more info...
Ila Mae (Beaman) Kelley; Find A Grave #69005001
Ila Mae Kelley; Find A Grave #69005175
you might consider removing your page on her...
|susan g beaman||Bio & Links|
My husband, David (son of Clarence Beaman, Jr. Knoxville, TN) has a cousin Henry Walker (son of Clara Jean Beaman Walker CBJr's sister) who has volumes of info about the Beaman family. There is also a genealogy book which researches & compiles the Beaman family info as far back as the 1600's in England. I'm not in proximity to this book right now, so I cannot verify the 1600 date, but I think I'm accurate, & it is a wonderful & really complete record of the Beaman family. If you aren't familiar w/ this book, when I return to it's proximity, I can give you the ISBN # so you can order if you like.
|Steve Baker||Clinton Beaman|
I live near Cataract, Indiana. I looked for Clinton's grave marker, but there is none. I talked to Warren and Becky Beaman who live in Cataract. Warren said Clint was his Great Great Uncle. He also said there is no marker other than the small metal one the funeral home puts on new graves and it is now gone. He told me that he was buried close to other Beamans which is the first and second roll of monuments in the tree shadow of the picture I uploaded on Clinton's memorial page. Warren and Becky are curious about your relationship to Clinton and where you are located.
|Karen Tolliver||O C Beamon|
I see your entry for OC - I'm wondering if wife, Myrtle, is buried there also?
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