How did you determine that Elizabeth Waters was Johnathan Beason's wife?

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I am always intrigued by the name "anonymous".  Is this a person? Is this someone in the "cloud"?   would be nice to know just who anonymous is.  Might even be a cousin - who knows.....

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John Walters, died 1836 in Dallas County, AL, names his daughter "Betsy," wife of Jonathan Beeson.  Jonathan and wife are also mentioned in a deed transaction, as I recall, in Franklin Co, GA, prior to removing to Alabama, which is where more Walters information can be found.  Family Finder DNA matching is now supporting this data, with matches to the Walters and Cawthon families.  Pam Pressney
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Elizabeth Walters born in Franklin Co, GA marriedJonathan Beeson and they had at least two children:  Jonathan and Joel    Son Jonathan married Elizabeth Steward in 1823 at Perry County, AL and had at least one child:  John Stuart beeson b: December 09, 1827 in Perry County, Alabama  d: December 04, 1909 inUvalde County, Texas; buried @ Bear Creek Cemetery near Con Can, TX.;  John Stuart Beeson married Sophia Wingfield who was born February 1836 in Claiborne Parish, Louisiana; they had 10 children.  

Elizabeth was the daughter of John Walters who died about 1836 in Dallas Co, AL.  She had at least one sister: Millie Walters

This is from my personal records

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