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Albert Beam Sr (1733 - abt. 1798)

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Albert Beam Sr
Born in Kingston, Ulster, New Yorkmap
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Husband of — married [location unknown]
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Died about in Fairfield, South Carolina, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 8 Jun 2013
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Albert was a son of Jury Beem and Elisabeth Hartken, baptized on 4 March 1733 in the Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston, New York. Witnesses were Albert Beem and Marytjen Hartken.[1]

Research Notes

Deed Book Y, 1803, Fairfield County, SC: Sarah Beam administratrix of Albert Beam. Personally appeared Sarah Beam before the subscribing justice and duly made oath administratrix of Albert Beam deceased. She has to the best of her will and ability administered to the goods and chattel rights and credits of the said deceased, that she has made an equal distribution amongst the heirs of said deceased, except John and Albert Beam, Jr. who she (unreadable), and except Dorcas Beam who is under age. Her part according to her request has been placed in the hands of Mr. John Foot. Upon oath further sayeth that she the deponent is in so low a state of health at this time as to prevent her attendance on the Court of Ordinary on the 20th next pursuant to the summons of said Court, that this deponent has been for a long time so infirm as not to be able to get to Winnsborough to make a return of the above concern agreeable to Law. Sworn and subscribed the 19th day of June 1803, before D. Coleman, J.P., Sarah Beam (X) her mark.
Deed Book Y, page 326 to 328, 1817 Fairfield County, SC: "Heirs of Albert Beam to Robert Fitz Coleman. Ferdinan Beam, Edith Beam, David Coleman and wife Nancy Beam Coleman, sell to Robert Fitz Coleman for $250 all our rights to the estate of our grandfather, Albert Beam, (Sr.), deceased. Said Albert Beam died intestate leaving sons John Beam, Jesse Beam, Albert Beam (Jr.), and William Beam, as well as daughters Edith Beam Coleman, Mary Beam Coleman, Sarah Beam Coleman, and Dorcas Beam, and grandchildren Ferdinan Beam, Edith Beam and Nancy Beam Coleman, all children of Elijah Beam son of Albert Beam (Jr.), who died before his father. Said land is on Beaver Creek in Fairfield County. Dated 7 January 1817. Dower rights released by Nancy Coleman, wife of David Coleman, Recorded 14 April 1817.

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  1. Hoes, Roswell Randall. Baptismal and marriage registers of the old Dutch church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York. New York: De Vinne Press, 1891. p 194, entry 4172.: 1733 Mar 4, baptism of Albert. Parents: Jury Beem & Elisabeth Hartken. Witnessed: Albert Beem, Marytjen Hartken.


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