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Ian Beacall

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Ian C. Beacall
Born 1960s.
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Son of [private father (1940s - unknown)] and [private mother (1940s - unknown)]
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Good Evening - I have done a great deal of research on Henry Augustus Dasher, II. Although official records indicate he was born in Nova Scotia, Canada, I am certain he was born on the Dasher Slave Plantation in Augusta, Georgia, escaped slavery, made his way to Canada, and from then on hide his original birthplace. The best evidence is his daughter's (Jane Dasher) emigration from Birkenhead, England to Worcester, Massachusetts. Adopted by William Douglas and his wife Elizabeth Everett. Elizabeth Everett's grandmother was Eliza Dasher born 1824, Augusta, Georgia. Eliza Dasher was the daughter of Thomas J. Dasher who was either brother or another slave on the same plantation by Slave Owner - Christian Dasher, Jr. If you have access to Ancestry: https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/10876273/person/232065426977/facts
posted by Martha Mayo
From your friends at the Appreciation Team:

Congrats on the Super Star Badge!

posted by SJ Baty
Thank you Ian for helping me find that link. I greatly appreciate it very much.
Ian, Thanks so much for being part of the Toddlin' Tortoises Team for the 1st Connect-a-Thon for 2022. Every well-sourced profile added helps to grow a healthier Tree!
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posted by Melanie Paul
Thanks for creating / updating Clara Amiet Say's page. I like your referencing style. Its very easy to read and summarizes the information easily. Much appreciated.
posted by Anonymous Franklin
Ian, Thanks for your efforts in the recent Source-a-Thon. Every source added makes the Tree that much healthier!
Hertyl and Spertyl Slowsky Tortoises face each other, with the WikiTree globe superimposed over the words "Wonderful WikiTree" between them.  Beneath the Tortoises are the words "We're all winners in the end".
posted by Melanie Paul
Thank you for the info covering Susanna Thomas. Much appreciated.
posted by Rona Baddock
Thank You so Much Ian....we have been at a dead end on the William Butterworth ( my Gr GR grandfather who married 1821 in oldham),,now we have some names of his ancestors...ie Lawrence Butterworth 1703....Hope to find if William had brothers and sisters... Ron
My grandfather was Peter or Peter Daniel Peach, I believe he was born around 1900. He married Johanna Hendrika

Kapp in Knysna. Have you any information on them. I believe he was a dependent of the 1820 settlers in South Africa.

posted by Audrey Allen
Thank you Ian. Because of your help some time ago; I was able to track down some Cousin.

Tom Shutt

posted by Tom Shutt
What an excellent contributor and I in particular appreciate his efforts in his researchof the Cocker family going back from 1631.

Peter Cocker

posted by Peter Cocker
Have you made any connection with Edward Cocker , the mathematician, 1631-1676 known to be in London England circa 1660s

Have you been able to make any connection with the COKER's of Somerset and the West country of England where they were prevelant from circa 1100 to 1600

posted by Peter Cocker
Ian:

You just keep finding things about my family and recently you provided proof that a very good friend of over 40 years that had always questioned being relatives have be proven. Thank You Tom

posted by Tom Shutt

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