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51 "Pete" joined the Navy and met his wife in San Francisco. They lived there several years and later in San Jose. He finished high school with GED and took auto mechanic training and was a master mechanic; specializing in transmissions. His hobbies were camping, fishing and sailing. He belonged to a sailing club. He died at his residence from arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease. Frank was divorced (late 1970's). He has five sons and nine grandchildren. Frank and Marvia raised five exceptional and talented sons. Beasley, Franklin Edward (I825)
 
52 "Richard Claude married twice and raised twelve children out of thirteen. He lived in Mississippi and Louisiana most of his life. Richard Claude is buried at Coax Cemetary." EO Beasley also stated that Richard Russell Stephenson's two sons were buried at Roberson Cemetary (see notes at Richard). Was there another son? Was only one son buried at Roberson? It may seem a minor point, but only two sons are listed, and I can't reconcile the contradiction.  Stephenson, Richard 'Claude' (I4097)
 
53 "Richard Russell was born in Alabama, Montgomery County. He Married and lived in Miss., all of his married life. He, Bessie, and two sons are buried at Roberson Cemetary, Jefferson, Miss."  Stephenson, Richard 'Russell' (I4099)
 
54 "Robert Federick was born in Alabama. In 1870 Bullock County, Ala., Census, showed Robert as an Overseer on a farm, near Perote, Ala. He traveled to Mississippi before his other brothers and sisters came, and settled around Meadville and Bude Mississippi. He was a farmer and a chair Maker most of his life. The reports from descendents say that Robert F. changed the spelling of the family name Stevenson to Stephenson when he arrived in Mississippi from Alabama. Robert and Georgia Ann are buried at Ephesus Primative Baptist Church Cemetary, Harriston, Miss. There is a Family Reunion held every 1st Sunday in May, for his Descendents, in Rayville, Louisiana. He and Georgia Ann raised seven children out of ten. We the Compilers regret we were unable to get all information on the family, but hope what we have will help others to continue with it." Additional information on Robert Frederick and descendents has been provided by Melinda Stephenson Owenby. Specific information or comments provided by Melinda is denoted by "MSO".  Stephenson, Robert Fedrick (I2167)
 
55 "Robert Hilton is Buried at Pleasant Hill Cemetary, Henderson, Tex."  Beasley, Robert Hilton (I3692)
 
56 "Ronald was killed in an auto wreck." (letter from Marie Beasley, Sep 2004) Beasley, Ronald Joe (I1113)
 
57 "Sarah (Sallie) and Willie raised ten of their thirteen children. They lived in Mississippi most of their married life. Both are buried at Ephesus Primative Baptist Church Cemetary, near Harriston, Miss."  Stephenson, Sarah Elafair 'Sallie' (I2480)
 
58 "She was very short, about 5' tall and petite. A wonderful, loving person" (Patsy Hutcheson; March 29, 2003) Beasley, Velma Lee (I801)
 
59 "Tennessee, County Marriages, 1790-1950", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KZ7R-37Y : accessed 2 November 2015), C G Beasley and Jennie Early, 1874. Family F5
 
60 "Tennessee, Marriages, 1796-1950," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XDMM-9LW : accessed 2 November 2015), Charles G. Beazley and Tennessee Thoburn, 06 Apr 1869; citing Davidson County, Tennessee, reference ; FHL microfilm 2,0 Family F4
 
61 "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KS1X-XSC : accessed 03 Jan 2014), John Cordell Willis, 23 Jan 1969; citing certificate number 12933, State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 2137324. Willis, John 'Cordell' (I1773)
 
62 "The State - Posted on Wed. Mar. 20, 2002 Rev Wilburn Beasley Turbeville (S.C.) - Services for Rev. Wilburn Beasley 84, will be held at 4 p.m. Thursday at Horse Branch Free Will Baptist Church with burial in the church cemetery. Visitation will be from 7-9 tonight at the church. Floyd Funeral Home, Olanta, is in charge. Memorials may be made to Horse Branch Free Will Baptist Church, Turbeville, SC 29162 to build a church in India in memory of the Rev. Beasley. Beasley, Wilburn (I92)
 
63 "Thomas (Tom) was a farmer. He and Jessie lived in and around Rayville, Louisiana most of their married life. Some of their descendents still live there."  Stephenson, Osborn Thomas 'Tom' (I3480)
 
64 "Thomas Earl Sr. is buried near Granbury, Texas. We are sorry we were unable to get information on this Family."  Beasley, Thomas Earnest (I3977)
 
65 "Unable to get information."  Beasley, Wilfred McDonald (I2201)
 
66 "Unable to get information."  Stephenson, Clem Roy (I2527)
 
67 "Unable to locate any of this family. James A. and his Mother farmed the land near Linwood, Ala. Pike County, until he sold it in 1892. James A. was a Bachelor for 36 years, and I'm sure he was caring for his Mother, Which we would like to say he was a fine person."  Beasley, James A (I4684)
 
68 "Victor Hilton was a small boy when his Parents left Alabama and went to Texas. He was born in Alabama. Married and reised his family in Texas. Victor and Georgia are buried at Pleasant Hill Cemetary, near Henderson Tex., with some of their family."  Beasley, Victor Hilton (I1599)
 
69 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I240)
 
70 "Webster Lulian and Docie Mae lived in and around Union Church, Miss., most of their married life. Their burial lot is at Union Church Cemetary. Lulian Lee, their son, is buried at Pleasant Hill, Miss. All the children were born in Mississippi and most of them still live there."  Stephenson, E Webster 'Luellian' (I4243)
 
71 "Wiliam Lennon Jr. and Mary E. lived in Texas most of their married life. They both always had a helping hand for anyone in need. They raised seven children of eight. Both are buried at Pleasant Hill Cemetary, near New London and Henderson, Tex., with some of their children."  Beasley, William Lennon Jr (I2927)
 
72 "William shares a tombstone with his father John B. Beasley." (e-mail from Elaine Cody May 12, 2008) Beasley, William Buell (I539)
 
73 "William Thomas was a Primative Baptist Preacher. He was born in Alabama, and moved to Mississippi with his parents. Wm Thomas and Queen Ann are buried at Crowville, Franklin County, Louisiana."  Stephenson, Rev. William Thomas (I4286)
 
74 "William's birthday shows 1878 in one record we received and 1885 in another record. William and Fannie were living in Mississippi when they died. We were unable to get all family information."  Stephenson, William C (I4281)
 
75 "Wince was in US Marines in World War II. He attended Co-Lin Jr College, Wesson, Miss., and Miss. State College. Taught High School in Independance, Miss. He is Buried at Cleveland, Miss, Bolivar Co."  Nordan, Wince Walker (I2740)
 
76 "Wm M, Simeon and Philip Beasley all worked for the railroad in the early 1850s. Simeon continued working with the rail road for many years. My mother talked about her father talking about that. Simeon is my mother's grandfather. I don't think my mother was particularly proud of some of her Beasley relatives. When I first started researching in 1980, she always claimed to know nothing and had no interest in knowing anything. One of my aunts finally told me that he was from DeKalb Cty. But no one in the family has ever heard of any of his sisters or brothers. Richard Robinson, Simeon's father in law, once said that the Lord was punishing him for his sins throught his sons in law. Simeon's wife was Nancy Jane Robinson. She was born July 25, 1843, or 1841 and died on Dec 18, 1880. She died during an influenza epidemic." (e-mail from Janie Holleroth to David Beasley 5/7/2001) Beasley, Simeon R (I51)
 
77 # Event: 1860 Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana,,, John B. Mabie appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Eli Mabie and Elizabeth Ann Beezley Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana # Event: 1880 Tippecanoe, Kosciusko County, Indiana,,, John B. Mabie and Julia Anne Long appeared on the census of 1880 Tippecanoe, Kosciusko County, IndianaJohn Mabie, Head, M, M, W, 27, IN, Farmer, Fa: OH, Mo: IN Ann Mabie, Wife, F, M, W, 28, IN, Keeping House, Fa: OH, Mo: PA Della Mabie, Daughter, F, S, W, 4, IN, Fa: IN, Mo: IN Willie Mabie, Son, M, S, W, 8 mo, IN, Fa: IN, Mo: IN # Event: 1870 Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana,,, John B. Mabie appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of Eli Mabie and Elizabeth Ann Beezley Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana # Event: 15 JUN 1899 Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana,,, John B. Mabie was mentioned in the will of Eli Mabie 15 Jun 1899 Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana. "He left everything to Eliza A. Mabie. After his death it would go to his children: John, William A., Rose and Ollie. The will was wittnessed by John D Widaman and John A. Sloane. -- MERGED NOTE ------------ # Event: 1860 Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana,,, John B. Mabie appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Eli Mabie and Elizabeth Ann Beezley Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana # Event: 1880 Tippecanoe, Kosciusko County, Indiana,,, John B. Mabie and Julia Anne Long appeared on the census of 1880 Tippecanoe, Kosciusko County, IndianaJohn Mabie, Head, M, M, W, 27, IN, Farmer, Fa: OH, Mo: IN Ann Mabie, Wife, F, M, W, 28, IN, Keeping House, Fa: OH, Mo: PA Della Mabie, Daughter, F, S, W, 4, IN, Fa: IN, Mo: IN Willie Mabie, Son, M, S, W, 8 mo, IN, Fa: IN, Mo: IN # Event: 1870 Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana,,, John B. Mabie appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of Eli Mabie and Elizabeth Ann Beezley Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana # Event: 15 JUN 1899 Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana,,, John B. Mabie was mentioned in the will of Eli Mabie 15 Jun 1899 Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana. "He left everything to Eliza A. Mabie. After his death it would go to his children: John, William A., Rose and Ollie. The will was wittnessed by John D Widaman and John A. Sloane. Mabie, John B. (I5078)
 
78 # Event: 1880 Tippecanoe, Kosciusko County, Indiana,,, Rose Mabie appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Eli Mabie and Elizabeth Ann Beezley Tippecanoe, Kosciusko County, Indiana # Event: 1870 Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana,,, Rose Mabie appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of Eli Mabie and Elizabeth Ann Beezley Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana # Event: 15 JUN 1899 Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana,,, Rose Mabie was mentioned in the will of Eli Mabie 15 Jun 1899 Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana. "He left everything to Eliza A. Mabie. After his death it would go to his children: John, William A., Rose and Ollie. The will was wittnessed by John D Widaman and John A. Sloane. -- MERGED NOTE ------------ # Event: 1880 Tippecanoe, Kosciusko County, Indiana,,, Rose Mabie appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Eli Mabie and Elizabeth Ann Beezley Tippecanoe, Kosciusko County, Indiana # Event: 1870 Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana,,, Rose Mabie appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of Eli Mabie and Elizabeth Ann Beezley Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana # Event: 15 JUN 1899 Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana,,, Rose Mabie was mentioned in the will of Eli Mabie 15 Jun 1899 Tippecanoe Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana. "He left everything to Eliza A. Mabie. After his death it would go to his children: John, William A., Rose and Ollie. The will was wittnessed by John D Widaman and John A. Sloane. Mabie, Rose (I2490)
 
79 #5982 Family F1669
 
80 <p><i>Consolidated Lists of Civil War Draft Registrations, 1863-1865</i>. NM-65, entry 172, 620 volumes. Records of the Provost Marshal General’s Bureau (Civil War), Record Group 110. National Archives, Washington D.C.</p> Source (S107)
 
81 <p><i>Consolidated Lists of Civil War Draft Registrations, 1863-1865</i>. NM-65, entry 172, 620 volumes. Records of the Provost Marshal General’s Bureau (Civil War), Record Group 110. National Archives, Washington D.C.</p> Source (S89)
 
82 <i>Find A Grave</i>. Find A Grave. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi. Source (S95)
 
83 'Calvin Dee and Avis Ethel lived in and around Lincoln County, Miss., all of their married life. The Family burial lot is Wellman Cemetary, Lincoln County, Mississippi.'  Nordan, Calvin Dee (I3699)
 
84 'Earnest Clement was born in Mississippi and lived there most of his life. He is buried at Heuck's Cemetary, Lincoln County, Miss.'  Nordan, Earnest Clemmens (I3421)
 
85 'John Samuel was born in Pike County, Ala. He moved to Mississippi with his Parents in 1884. He and Emma married in Wesson, Miss., and lived there most of their married life. Both are buried at Heuck's Cemetary, Lincoln County, Miss.'  Nordan, John Samuel (I1078)
 
86 'Murphy' according to family anecdote. Source for birth/death dates spells the name 'Murphree'.Moved to Louisiana. ref: Bradie Beasley Joel Murphree Beasley Sr. was born in Coffee County, Alabama. He was employed by the Baldwin Turpentine Still, when a young man. The Company moved to Vancleave, Mississippi in 1922 and Joel Murphree went with them. He married Matilda there and raised his family. He died in 1943, and Matilda remarried to Rev. C. F. Taylor until her death in 1969. They both are buried at Evergreen Cemetary in Vancleave, Miss. Most of their Descendents still live in Mississippi. 'Murphy' according to family anecdote. EO Beasley spells the name 'Murphree'.  Beasley, Joel 'Murphy' (I3568)
 
87 'Robert Dee and Cythia Nordan lived in and around Lincoln County, Miss., all their marrid life. Both are buried at Heuck's Cemetary, Miss.'  Nordan, Robert 'Dee' (I2164)
 
88 'Unable to locate.'  Nordan, Floyd F (I1680)
 
89 (Blk. 7-Lot 6); (1st MO. Cav. Mexican War.) (Member of G. A. R.), Iowa Burgett, Joseph W (I3884)
 
90 (Co. A. 103rd Reg. Ill. Inf.), Iowa Beezley, Paul (I4342)
 
91 (From O'Mary Family Tree - Generation Three: Ancestry.com) Beasley, Elizabeth (I2249)
 
92 (guess) Beezley, Allan Caraway (I172)
 
93 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3742)
 
94 (per email Mark A Beasley Feb 2016 - "Aft 1885" does not appear to be correct) Estimate after death of first wife Sarah before birth of Sonya. Family F138
 
95 , ralph beasley. Source (S131)
 
96 1. JOHN (BEASELEY)1 BEEZLEY. He married (1) UNKNOWN BEEZLEY. He married ( 2) RACHEL UNKNOWN (PRICKETT). Notes for JOHN (BEASELEY) BEEZLEY: From Will Book A P 16 Champaign County, Ohio Copy of John Beezley Will In the name of God Amen. I, John Beezley being weak in body but of soun d and perfect mind and memory, Blessed Be Almighty God for the same. Do m ake and publish this my last Will and Testament, in the manner and form f ollowing, that to any- first I give and bequeath to John Prickett, my s tepson one hundred and fifty dollars in moveable property. I do also gi ve and bequeath to Nicholas Prickett, my second stepson, one hundred an d fifty dollars in moveable property, I also give and bequeath to Isaac P rickett my third stepson one hundred and fifty dollars in moveable prop erty and I also give and bequeath to Gitta Davis, seventy five in money , payable in April, one thousand eight hundred and fourteen, and sevent y five payable in one thousand eight hundred and fifteen, I also give a nd bequeath to William Beezley, Joseph Beezley, Thomas Beezley, and Isa ac Beezley, and also Jane, Sarah and Racheal in equal portion each. One h undred is paid to William Beezley and eighty is due to Joseph Beezley f or which he is to receive a Certificate for One hundred and Sixty acres , and also Isaac and Sarah is to receive forty dollars of the first pay ment from Armstrong. Sarah's to be taken out of her part that is to be d ivided. John Mederas is to receive fifty dollars, out of the above paym ent, from Armstrong--And I do hereby appoint, Nicholas Prickett and Wil liam Beezley, Executors of this my last Will and Testament, hereby revo king all former Wills by me made. In witness whereof I have hereunto se t my hand, this ninth of August in the year of our Lord- One thousand e ight hundred and twelve, Signed Sealed Published and Declared in the pr esence of of us. John Warren John Beezley Seal. Robert Crosley Witnesses William Christy John Warren and William Christy made affidavits in Clermont County, Ohi o on 18, January 1814. Per Harriett Husman 5/2/84 1797 Ross FROM ELDER, DANIEL CLARK’S JOURNAL Pioneer Baptist Preacher, Warren Co unty, Ohio: Miami Baptist Association of Ohio The Miami Baptist Association was the first institution of the kind es tablished in the State of Ohio. On the 4th of November, 1797, the foll owing members, viz.: James SUTTON, Daniel CLARK, John MASON, John SMITH , Moses HUTCHINGS, John BEEZLEY, Abner GARRARD, Ebenezer OSBORN, D avid DAVIS,Wm. MILNER, Ross CROSLEY, Hercules TURNER, Chas. REYNOLDS, S amuel BALVILLE, John BUCKLES, Bambo HARRIS, John MCGRUE, Levi JENNINGS, H enry TUCKER, Wm. BURT, Morris OSBORN, Jonathan GARRARD, Peter SMITH, El ijah STITES, Isaac FERRIS, Nathaniel GARRARD, Thos. SHIELDS, Francis DU NLEVY and Thos. WADE met in conference at Columbia and proceeded to bus iness as follows: Brother John SMITH chooses moderator and Brother Davi d SNODGRASS Clerk. -- MERGED NOTE ------------ 1. JOHN (BEASELEY)1 BEEZLEY. He married (1) UNKNOWN BEEZLEY. He married ( 2) RACHEL UNKNOWN (PRICKETT). Notes for JOHN (BEASELEY) BEEZLEY: From Will Book A P 16 Champaign County, Ohio Copy of John Beezley Will In the name of God Amen. I, John Beezley being weak in body but of soun d and perfect mind and memory, Blessed Be Almighty God for the same. Do m ake and publish this my last Will and Testament, in the manner and form f ollowing, that to any- first I give and bequeath to John Prickett, my s tepson one hundred and fifty dollars in moveable property. I do also gi ve and bequeath to Nicholas Prickett, my second stepson, one hundred an d fifty dollars in moveable property, I also give and bequeath to Isaac P rickett my third stepson one hundred and fifty dollars in moveable prop erty and I also give and bequeath to Gitta Davis, seventy five in money , payable in April, one thousand eight hundred and fourteen, and sevent y five payable in one thousand eight hundred and fifteen, I also give a nd bequeath to William Beezley, Joseph Beezley, Thomas Beezley, and Isa ac Beezley, and also Jane, Sarah and Racheal in equal portion each. One h undred is paid to William Beezley and eighty is due to Joseph Beezley f or which he is to receive a Certificate for One hundred and Sixty acres , and also Isaac and Sarah is to receive forty dollars of the first pay ment from Armstrong. Sarah's to be taken out of her part that is to be d ivided. John Mederas is to receive fifty dollars, out of the above paym ent, from Armstrong--And I do hereby appoint, Nicholas Prickett and Wil liam Beezley, Executors of this my last Will and Testament, hereby revo king all former Wills by me made. In witness whereof I have hereunto se t my hand, this ninth of August in the year of our Lord- One thousand e ight hundred and twelve, Signed Sealed Published and Declared in the pr esence of of us. John Warren John Beezley Seal. Robert Crosley Witnesses William Christy John Warren and William Christy made affidavits in Clermont County, Ohi o on 18, January 1814. Per Harriett Husman 5/2/84 1797 Ross FROM ELDER, DANIEL CLARK’S JOURNAL Pioneer Baptist Preacher, Warren Cou nty, Ohio: Miami Baptist Association of Ohio The Miami Baptist Association was the first institution of the kind est ablished in the State of Ohio. On the 4th of November, 1797, the follo wing members, viz.: James SUTTON, Daniel CLARK, John MASON, John SMITH, M oses HUTCHINGS, John BEEZLEY, Abner GARRARD, Ebenezer OSBORN, Da vid DAVIS,Wm. MILNER, Ross CROSLEY, Hercules TURNER, Chas. REYNOLDS, Sa muel BALVILLE, John BUCKLES, Bambo HARRIS, John MCGRUE, Levi JENNINGS, H enry TUCKER, Wm. BURT, Morris OSBORN, Jonathan GARRARD, Peter SMITH, El ijah STITES, Isaac FERRIS, Nathaniel GARRARD, Thos. SHIELDS, Francis DU NLEVY and Thos. WADE met in conference at Columbia and proceeded to bus iness as follows: Brother John SMITH chooses moderator and Brother Davi d SNODGRASS Clerk. Beezley, John (I4319)
 
97 100 $ Grove ave ' Family F132
 
98 16 Feb 1868 is the DOB recorded in some places, but according to the 1870 census she was likely a newborn, not named at that time. Beasley, Laura Bell (I291)
 
99 16 months old Stephenson, Clidie (I3624)
 
100 1790 Census of St. Thomas, Cheraws District, SC (Roll M637-11, Image 2 19) John Beeseley 1-4-4-0-0 males 16+ (before 1774) = John Beesely fema le (before 1790) = Margaret males <16 (1774-1790) = Charles " = R euben (eloise kathleen mcginty howard's line thru Reubens son, John Mallard Beasley) " = John " = Abraham females ( before 1790) = Rachel " = Margaret " = Pharaby Beasley, Reuben (I362)
 

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