2 edition of early Beebe families of Vermont found in the catalog.
early Beebe families of Vermont
Mitchell J. Hunt
by M.J. Hunt in Willow Grove, PA (502 Church St., Willow Grove 19090)
Written in English
|Statement||Mitchell J. Hunt.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.B44 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||93157806|
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Bio: Samuel was born in England, about Possibly in Kent. He was the son of John Stratton and Alice Piggot. He married in England, Alice Beebe, daughter of Alexander Beebe and Elizabeth Hull. Samuel & Alice were in Watertown as early as , when he was surveyor of town lots there. He was referred to by the Burial: Old Burying Place, Watertown, Middlesex County, . Vermont Center for the Book was established as the Vermont Reading Project in by founder Sally Anderson, VCB’s Executive Director. In January the Vermont Reading Project became the Vermont Center for the Book. VCB is a non-profit tax-exempt (c)(3) corporation with a volunteer board.
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Monograph of the descent of the family of Beebe, from the earliest known immigrant--John, of Broughton, England, ; including details of patriotic services of individuals during the early settlement of the country, in times of peace and war by Beebe, Clarence, Pages: The mysterious Beebe families of Beebe, Vermont-Quebec: with genealogy of the Beebe brothers of New London, Connecticut, in lines which went to Vermont, and notes on the House families of Vermont and Quebec [Mitchell J.
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revisions. by Mitchell J. HuntPages: Through genealogical research you can discover more about your family's history and also discover more about the history of Vermont. The Vermont Historical Society's Leahy Library is one of the research institutions that most researchers need to visit when doing Vermont genealogical research.
Some Vermont Vital Records of the Early 19th Century compiled by John Elliott Bowman 2 The vital records contained herein were transcribed from index cards found in two drawers of a filing cabinet at the Vermont Historical Society.
They consist of items relating to Vermont deaths and marriages in the early part of the 19th century. These File Size: KB. Beebe Plain is an unincorporated community in the town of Derby in Orleans County, Vermont, United States which extends into the Canadian municipality of Stanstead, village is divided by the Canada–United States border between Canada and the United States; the Canadian portion of Beebe Plain had the status of an incorporated municipality in its own right until The early Beebe families of Vermont BEEBE Beebe Henry Breese history BREE Callicott connections C Callicott Campbell family history and related families C Campbell The Campbell families of Tioga and Lycoming Co Penna File Size: KB.
Contents. Beebe folks, all kin to me. (No Beebe ancestors here; All are cousins or cousins-by-marriage.) Outline Descent Trees (3 families in 2 apparently unrelated family groups separated here by dashed lines.) ( ) Myron M. Beebe [ - ] 5C5. The Official William Beebe Web Site contains information about the famous American Naturalist and Scientist Charles William Beebe, Bathysphere; Otis Barton; Blair Niles, Eswyth Thane, magazine articles.
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Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America Henry Whittemore This work, as it originally appeared, ran serially from September through June in the short-lived periodical, The Spirit of 76, complete sets of which are practically unknown.
Beebe Family History | Find Genealogy Records & Family Crest Beebe Genealogy & History. Beebe stems from Old English beo (bee) plus Old Norse byr (a settlement), hence a bee settlement. A village named Beebe, six miles from Leicester, is the likely origin of the family name; it was recorded as Bebi in the Domesday Book of Early Families of Rutland, VT By Rebecca Hamel Octo at I received this from Diane Van Wormer.
She extracted the information from a book, "Early Families of Rutand, VT", compiled by Marvel G. and Donald P. Swan, ppand an early record is the marraige of Henry Bebe with Millicent Rands, The name Beebe may have had its origins in Two Norman Knights, who originally spelled the name de Boebe.
The "de" was evantually dropped after coming to England, the. "Early Beebe Families of Vermont" by Mitchell J.
Hunt; Willow Grove, Pennsylvania;Revised August ( B LAPL) (CSB44 CSL) "Genealogy of the Family of Beebe from the Earliest Known Immigrant, John Beebe of Broughton England " by Clifford Beebe, published by C.
Beebe; Gardner, Massachusetts; (CSB44 CSL). Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs is a four-volume set covering nine counties in the Hudson Valley / Mohawk Valley / Capital District area of upstate New York.
This online version is part of the Schenectady Digital History Archive, the local history and genealogy Web site of the Schenectady County Public Library, affiliated with the NYGenWeb, USGenWeb and American History and.
The mysterious Beebe families of Beebe, Vermont-Quebec: with genealogy of the Beebe brothers of New London, Connecticut, in lines which went to Vermont, and notes on the House families of Vermont and Quebec Author: Hunt, Mitchell J.
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Order of First Families of Vermont Founded Governor General ~ Verne Allen Gray ~ Stanstead County lies just north of the Vermont border in southern Quebec. It was first settled in the very early s by families from New England, especially Vermont and New Hampshire.
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