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Sarah Eliza (Armitage) Beardslee (1837 - 1909)

Sarah Eliza Beardslee formerly Armitage
Born in Pennsylvaniamap
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married 22 Feb 1866 in Constantine, Michiganmap
Descendants descendants
Died [location unknown]
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Profile last modified | Created 5 Jul 2015
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Sarah (Armitage) Beardslee was married to a descendant of the immigrants William Beardsley and Mary Harvie.

Biography

Sarah was born in 1837. She passed away in 1909.[1]


Sources

  • Beardsley Genealogy: The Family of William Beardsley, One of the First Settlers of Connecticut. Compiled and edited by Nellie Beardsley Holt and Charles Eleazer Holt. Published at West Hartford, Connecticut, 1951. Sarah is the second wife of John Beardsley/Beardslee, Holt Record #1162, Pg. 433.
  • 1880 US Census: Constantine, St. Joseph County, MI, 25 Jun 1880, Enumeration District 191, Pg. 37
  • Find A Grave Memorial # 49809115; Pilgrim Home Cemetery, Holland MI


Footnotes

  1. Information from Beardsley family researcher Nick Dann, 5 Jul 2015.


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