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This study focuses on the surname Beebe, but because my Beebe family also traces its lines back to the spelling "Bebe", that name is also included in this study. This study was created on May 20, 2015.

Other Variations of the Name Beebe

There are many variations of the name Beebe, however, the only lines this family have used so, far are: Primarily Beebe, Bebe and Beeby. So far, the only way another variation [Beebee] of the name has been used is as a Secondary name that came up in documents occasionally, were their actual Last Name at Birth was Beebe. Just, want to let anyone who views this know that my LNAB is Beebe. However, my name has shown up in documents and has at times been missplaced into other files because, someone misspelled my LNAB. This has happened to me under all three of these names and a few others as well. Have had my medical records lost numerous times because, of this very mishap. One of the largest files lost was my medical records but it was lost permanently. It caused quit a stir because, doctor's at the time needed one document from the file that was permanently lost to determine just what the doctor's had done during one of the surgery's I had. Because, of that incident the problem I was having has to this day never been resolved. I sincerely, hope this never happens to you.

Please check out the Beebe Name Study Homepage for more information.

About

This is a One Name Study for any descendant who has either taken the yDNA test or who would like to collect and share information that would be helpful in further exploring our Beebe heritage.

It is my hope that other researchers like yourself will join our study to help make it a valuable reference point for people studying lines that cross or intersect and may have orginated from the same name. Please, contact the project leader, Alison Andrus if you have any questions or would like to get involved.

Ongoing Track Record

At the time of this Beebe One Name Study on May 20, 2015 there have been 1,486 profiles created for the name Beebe. As far as this date there have been only 9 profiles created for the name Bebe, and 98 profiles have been created for the name Beeby. For those of you that just want to know there are currently, 25 Beebee's. Just thought it would be interesting to keep a track record for these Beebe variations. So, we can check back later at any given time and see just how much these family lines have grown.

Status Update

It has been a year and three months later since I first started the Beebe One Name Study. It is currently August 10, 2016. I just finished adding the Beebe's from my Watchlist and the open profiles from the Beebe Genealogy from here on WikiTree. I am sure I accidentally missed adding some of the names. If, I missed adding one of your profiles please, fill free to add it to this list and any new names you add profiles for. The Beebe One Name Study is a work in progress and is intended to be for everyone. According to the various Beebe Name Variations on their respective pages the Beebe profiles have been dwindling down instead of growing this past year, except for one of the Name Variations. The current number of names have changed as follows: There are currently 1,412 Beebe's listed which is down 74 names from last year. There are currently 4 Bebe's listed which is down 5 names from last year. There are currently 76 Beeby's listed which is down 22 names from last year. Only the Beebee's have increased this year 51 names are listed which is up from last year by 26 names. I for one find these numbers alarming as I thought we were not suppose to be able to remove profiles from WikiTree. The numbers indicate 101 names have been removed from WikiTree since last year. This is only one group of family names that have been removed. How many other family names have been removed from WikiTree alarms me even more?

Status Update

It has been almost 2 years since this study was last updated. Many variations of the name of Beebe have been added and many more profiles have been added. Below find a list of all the Variations of the Beebe name with the amount of profiles on WikiTree following: Beebe (2,990}, Babb (1,140), Bobo (711, Bibb (620), Bybee (587), Bieber (529), Bibby (411), Bibeau (255), Bobb (175), Bebee (157), Beeby (148), Bebb (80), Beebee (72), Baby (60), Babe (51), and Bebeau (39). Entered July 28, 2018 By Barbara Jean (Beebe) Duren.

Origin of the Beebe Name

Before the 1900's few people were able to read, write, or even spell their own name. Therefore, it was left to the person registering an event to write what he believed was the correct spelling of the name. Usually that meant they tried to spell it like it was pronounced to him. This is why there are so many variations within the same family group, and even at the same time and for the same person. These are some of the more widely used variations that follow: Beebe, Bebe, Beeby, Beebee, beby, Beebey, Bebee, Beebie, Bibi, Baby

The spelling Beebe has been used consistently in my family as far back as I have been able to trace it. The first to use the name was Samuel Beebe who was born in 1470. His son Thomas Beebe was born in 1535. These two men are a prime example of how many different ways one person can have their name show up in so many ways. Thomas Beebe had his name show up in one document three different ways. The same man had his name show up in another document four different ways.

Another example of the variations that have been used can be seen in the Broughton parish records of John Beebe/Beebis/Beeboe/Beebee/Beebie/Baybye and finally Beeby: This is quite an impressive list for just one person.

However, the spelling Beeby is perhaps the most typical in England {View the table- "Beebe name variants 1881 census"} at:

The following information has been edited from the original notes written by Clarence Beebe of Connecticut, USA and part of the text was gotten from an article found on Compuserve.

The ultra-enthusiast might be pleased to know the name apparently appears in records of remote antiquity, as seen in the memorandum that follows:

"One of the kings of the Second Dynasty in Egypt, dated something like 3000 BC, was Bebi whose hieroglyphic is given the table Sakkarah, a monument discovered by M. Mariette in Egypt. The table represents a priest named Tounars rendering homage in the name of Rameses II to a series of 58 kings belonging to the first six dynasties."

In "Book 21" of "The History of Rome", by Livy, it is related how one Quintus Baebius, a man of advanced years, was sent as a ambassador to Hannibal and to the Carthaginian Senate to demand peace or war. This is dated, "Year of Rome 534".

Then in later times, there is a tradition of French origin which is plausible. Ancient family papers, said to be in archives of Aston Hall, Warwickshire, England show this family descended from the Norman Knights - Richard and William de Beebe - who were of the Royal Guard of William the Conqueror. They passed over to England at the time of the conquest and were "by the King granted manors in Warwickshire", where the family lived up to the close of the Commonwealth.

During his visit to England in 1893, Clarence Beebe from the USA took and copied a portion of the ancient Norman Rolls that are kept in the Tower of London which dates from the reign of King John. There he found "Willelmus Babbe Pracpositus, AD 104 who with four other jurors, adjudged the values of property".

One of the earliest authenic records of the family name found by Clarence Beebe is in Bridge's History of Northamptonshire, England, printed in 1740 under the heading "Town of Brackley, Sutton Hundred", occurs the folowing: "Here was formerly an Infirmary or Hospital for the sick, dedicated to St. Leonard, from 1297 to 1417, it was governed by masters, one of which was Joh Beby, February 10, 1403". At East Farndon, Joh Beby was incumbent of the curch of St. John the Baptist, sometime between the years 1398 and 1411. At Castre is a church dedicated to St Kyneburga. Within the porch of this church, around the moulding of the south door, is cut in wood, this inscription: "Ricardus Beby, Rector Ecclesie DeCastre, Fecit Fieri".

To those interested in knowing about one branch of the family that has the right and title to a Coat of Arms, here is a description found in Burkes Encyclopedia of Heraldry:

A blue shield with gold Chevron and three gold bees.
Crest: A golden Beehive indicative of industry,
vigilance and persistency of purpose.
Motto: So Defendendo.
Arms: Dilley (Willey) Court, England.

The founder of this family was a Non-Conformist Chaplain to the regiment of Colonel Knight in (Geo.) Monk's (i.e. Duke of Albermarle) army, about 1640.

The name Beebe may have had its origins in two Norman Knights, who originally spelled the name "de Boebe". The de was eventually dropped after coming to England, the name being Anglicised to its present spelling Beebe.

From the learned researchers of John Thorpe, an old authoritative chronicler and Herald of Duddeston, Warwickshire, there is a clear account of the relation and history of this family "from their ancient home in the Valle de Saive, Normandy, France, to 1669 in Warwick County, England, from where John, Nathaniel, and Eli Beebe emigrated to the colonial province of York". Ancient family papers in the archives of Aston Hall shows that this family descended from the Norman Knights Richard and Guilliaume de Boebe, who where of the Royal guard of William the Conqueror. They journeyed over to England at the time of the conquest and were "by the King granted manors at Bordesley in the county of Warwick", where the family lived from the time of the Norman Conquest up to the close of the Commonwealth.

"During the Parliamentary Wars, John Beebe of Duddeston Hall, County of Warwick, with two sons, having ardently stood by the poplar cause against the tyranny of the Royal Stuarts fighting first under Essex and Hampden, subsequently with desperate resolution through all of Cromwell's campaigns, were at the restoration of the monarchy, exposed to persecution by the court officials. They were summoned by the King's Governor of Warwick to take an oath of allegiance to this regime, but such being a military court they denounced it's right, defiantly refusing to be bound by any oath commanded by an unlawfully constituted perity of Beebe Family and others who had fought for contumacy in money and estate, three cadets of the family with John Beebe and the yeomen, Richard Rathbone, Thomas Clifton and Henry Clinton at once emigrated to the province of York and settled upon estates within the royal demense. Subsequent to the settlement within the royal province of York another branch settled in Roxbury, Massachusetts. They held correspondence with the noble and liberal lord Stanley and Henry Fairfax of Durham, two noblemen who felt a deep interest in the welfare and prosperity of the Beebe family and others who had fought for constitutional freedom during the great struggle of the Parliamentary wars".

These letters and the manuscript of the Beebe family, colonial and home, were preserved by William Watt Esq. lord of the manor of Aston in the archives of Aston Hall, Warwickshire.

The motto of the family, granted by King Henry V, to Sir John Beebe for distinguished gallantry at the siege of Harfleur, and presented by the King upon a Gold Shield, is in Norman French:

"Fidele et Brave" - Faithful and Brave.

The American Connection

The church registers of St. Andrews (in the village of Broughton, Northamptonshire, England) date from 1560 and varify the names of John Beebe1 and his children who emigrated to America in the year of 1650, as stated in his will. This will is on file in Hartford, Connecticut. They were puritans and known in England as husbandsmen, or yeomen. It can be probably said, that nine out of the families named Beebe in America descend from the three sons of this John1, to wit, John2, Samuel4, and James9.

They landed in Boston Harbour and worked their way westward, they were influential in the settlement of New London, Connecticut. From there the family branched out in all directions.

Individuals of this family were prominent in the "King Philips War, especially John2, who with his men marched through the wilderness and relieved the soldiers of Major Talcott on the Connecticut River.

The Family of Samuel4, became large land owners and inter-married with well-to-do families. The name is found among the "Minute Men of '76", and in the Armies of the Revolutionary war as officers and enlisted men. Special services under General Washington were rendered by a descendant of John2.

The pension rolls of the Revolutionary war contain a number of Beebe family names. Bezaleel Beebe was especially prominent in that war and James a descendant of James2, became a member of the Order of the Cincinnati.

In 1775, a descendant of John2 called Martin, prepared with others a memorial to Congress recommending the passage of a Declaration of Independence. The name is variously spelled in the same document Beebe, Beby, Beeby, and Beebee.

John Beebe, who immigrated to America Colonies in 1650, died on the SS Speedwell and left a will in which mention is made of his children, and of the fact that he came from Broughton, Northamptonshire, England. Clarence Beebe, the author of much of this text, "had the pleasure of visiting this quaint old English village in 1893, and varified from church records the names of John, his wife's Christian name Rebecca, and those of his children, as well as the dates of their birth."

Kettering is the principal town of the district in which Broughton is situated. Kettering is the town were Samuel1 and his family were born and raised in. In Kettering the name of Beebe is still a familiar name. The village of Broughton, is about 7 miles from Kettering. It is a large, straggling, old fashion village. It is situated partly in hollows and partly on elevated knolls. There were probably not more than two or three of its hundred houses which were not thickly covered with thatch. The church of St. Andrew, and ancient buildings, was naturally the most prominent to the view, situated in the centre of the village, and surrounded by trees. Approaching the church, the roadway is embowered by the trees on either side. The church combines the early decorated Norman and Perpendicular styles. It includes chancel, nave, aisles, and north and south porches. There is a tower clock and a chime of five bells.

The church was rebuilt in 1828, and fully restored in 1854. It contains a beautifully carved stone font of the perpendicular period of (1600). The carving was the gift of the Duke of Buccleuch.

Broughton Church Registers date from 1560. The surrounding church-yard is replete with moss-grown memorials of the past. The Registers are kept securely in an iron box in the crypt of the church. They are in a bad state of preservation and are crumbling with age.

Abstracts of wills from the Archdeaconary Court at Northampton indicate that the Beebe's mentioned were not conspicuous people, but were styled "yeomen, labourers and shoemakers".

Little Addington in Northamptonshire, England, furnishes its quota of Beebe's. The Register of its church commence about 1588 and an early record is the marriage of Henry Bebe with Millicent Rands, on May 13th 1641.

Meaning of the Name Beebe


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1846 - bef 31 Oct 1906
20 Apr 1871 Callender, Webster, Iowa, United States - 13 Sep 1955

B

1811 Vermont
09 Apr 1813 Waterford, New London, Connecticut, United States - 12 Dec 1896
14 Mar 1765 New London, New London, Connecticut - bef 10 Dec 1792
17 Jun 1809 DeRuyter, Madison, New York, United States
23 Mar 1869 Lake City, Calhoun County, Iowa, United States - 13 May 1951
03 May 1775 New London, New London, Connecticut - 1853
bef 20 Oct 1728 New London, New London, Connecticut - abt 1822
abt 1674 New London, New London, Connecticut - 04 Oct 1729
30 May 1721 Danbury, Fairfield, Connecticut - 07 Feb 1806
14 Feb 1753 Salisbury, Litchfield, Connecticut - 03 Jun 1844
1800 Herkimer, Herkimer, New York, United States - abt 1838
28 Apr 1769 New London, New London, Connecticut
20 Jul 1723 New London, New London, Connecticut
21 Apr 1756 Saybrook, Middlesex, Connecticut
abt 1814 Guilderland, Albany, New York, United States - 03 Feb 1892
05 Apr 1779 Old Saybrook, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States
1728 Lyme, New London, Connecticut - 29 Sep 1813
10 Apr 1776 New London, New London, Connecticut - 03 Apr 1851
03 Dec 1725 East Haddam, Middlesex, Colony of Connecticut - 21 Oct 1801
15 Jul 1783 Connecticut, United States - 18 Nov 1857
28 Aug 1832 Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States - 14 Oct 1905
09 Mar 1763 Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut
03 Feb 1881 Lenawee, Michigan, United States - 19 Jul 1966
15 Dec 1882 Sandgate, Bennington, Vermont, United States - 18 Feb 1948
27 Jan 1819 New Concord, Columbia, New York, United States - 30 Apr 1887
1866 Cleveland City, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States - 08 Jul 1928
abt Jan 1859 Wisconsin, United States - abt 1937
1801 Wentworth, Nova Scotia
1801 New Carlisle Quebec, Canada - 28 Feb 1870 photo
30 Jun 1761 Ashford, Windham, Connecticut - 07 Nov 1843
12 Oct 1777 Lyme, New London, Connecticut, United States - 03 Mar 1868
1711 New London, New London, Connecticut
17 Jun 1667 New London, New London County, Connecticut Colony - 07 Jun 1748
28 Nov 1876 Ithaca, Tompkins, New York, United States - 08 Feb 1948
08 Nov 1877 Rupert, Bennington, Vermont, United States - 21 Aug 1878
17 Nov 1853 Hopkinton, Washington, Rhode Island, United States - 03 Sep 1873 photo
1844 New York
02 Mar 1896 Bedford, Taylor, Iowa, United States - 16 May 1975
abt 1852 - 07 Nov 1906
1860 - 04 May 1922
03 Sep 1825 - 05 Mar 1847
04 Jan 1798 New York, United States - 24 Dec 1872 photo
16 Oct 1831 - 30 Apr 1892
24 Nov 1624 Great Addington, Northamptonshire, England - 1671
12 Sep 1799 Chatham, Columbia, New York, United States - aft 1805
19 Jul 1773 New London, New London, Connecticut
29 Oct 1759 New London, New London, Connecticut Colony - 30 Jan 1841
1649 Broughton, Northamptonshire, England
abt 1555 Great Addington, Northamptonshire, England - 08 Apr 1624 photo
28 Oct 1909 New Carlisle, Bonaventure, Quebec, Canada
26 Aug 1891 Reese, Saginaw, Michigan, USA - 14 Jan 1946 photo
19 Apr 1917 Flint, Genesee, Michigan, United States - 21 Jun 2004 photo
abt 1600 Great Addington, Northamptonshire, England - bef 05 Oct 1656
1870 Cleveland City, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States - 1880
Feb 1854 New York, United States - 1901 photo
01 Sep 1860 Wakefield, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States - 17 Feb 1929
09 Oct 1882 Ohio, United States - 30 Mar 1970
1857 Mannsville, Jefferson, New York, United States - 25 Jun 1908 photo
07 Sep 1870 Dundee,Yates,Ny
08 Dec 1768 Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut
abt 1754 New London, New London, Connecticut - 03 Sep 1838
13 Oct 1829 Chatham, Columbia, New York, United States - 27 Feb 1905
1787 - bef 1810
07 Oct 1903 Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States - 01 Nov 1928

B cont.

abt 1806 New York, United States - 13 Jan 1863
22 Sep 1866 Lake City, Calhoun County, Iowa, United States - 30 Jul 1946
10 Oct 1852 Cass, Michigan, United States - 10 Oct 1852
abt 1815 Whitestown, Oneida, New York, United States - 27 Apr 1898
18 Sep 1810 - 27 Aug 1841
02 Jun 1818 Ludlow, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States - 20 Feb 1909 photo
13 Feb 1901 Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States
abt 1854 Ohio, United States - abt 1937
10 Oct 1852 Cass, Michigan, United States - 28 Jun 1893
07 Apr 1802 Kingsboro, Montgomery, New York, USA - 18 Jan 1866
24 Oct 1805 New Carlisle, Bonaventure, Québec - 29 Apr 1856 photo
07 Jun 1768 York, York, Province of Pennsylvania - 25 Jul 1852
abt 1791 Wentworth, Upper Canada - 30 Jul 1850 photo
06 Jun 1859 Oakland, Brant, Ontario, Canada - 04 Aug 1939
1802 New York, United States - 25 Nov 1873
09 Oct 1780 Chatham, Columbia, New York, United States
01 Jan 1729 - bef 1739
07 Jan 1764 Oyster Ponds, Suffolk, New York - 23 May 1800
20 Jun 1777 New London, New London, Connecticut, United States - 12 Apr 1864
06 Jul 1809 New Carlisle, Bonaventure, Québec - 14 Feb 1893 photo
1807 Madison County, New York - 11 Mar 1873
03 Jul 1730 New London, New London, Connecticut, - 17 Sep 1753
05 Jul 1779 New London, New London, Connecticut, United States
02 Dec 1978 Alaska, United States - 16 Mar 1988
22 Nov 1830 Wibraham, Hampden, Massachusetts - 28 Apr 1890
28 Dec 1830 Orient, Suffolk, New York - 21 Sep 1911
20 Jul 1831 Wentworth Co., Ontario, Canada - 15 Dec 1886 photo
03 Jun 1846 Lorraine, Jefferson, New York, United States - 06 Jan 1931
05 Feb 1823 USA - 30 Mar 1825
1858 - 1936
abt 1672 New London, New London, Connecticut - abt 1701
abt 11 Mar 1603 Burbage, Leicestershire, England
21 Jul 1913 Port Daniel, Bonaventure, Quebec, Canada - 29 Apr 1995 photo
bef 16 Nov 1735 Colchester, New London, Connecticut - abt 16 May 1812
abt Aug 1833 New York, United States - 07 Mar 1913
18 Oct 1874 Litchfield, Connecticut, United States - 08 Sep 1875
31 Aug 1886 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United States
23 Oct 1899 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United States - 13 Jul 1990
1788 New London, Connecticut, United States - 1867
26 Jun 1773 New London, New London, Connecticut
13 Jul 1727 New London, New London, Connecticut, - abt 23 Jul 1727
1871 Salem, Washington, New York, United States
02 Aug 1877 Evanston, Cook, Illinois, United States - 20 Aug 1965
06 Jun 1771
12 Aug 1892 Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island, United States - 06 Dec 1953
20 Jan 1802 Essex, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States - 20 Oct 1870
27 Jan 1731 East Haddam, Middlesex, Connecticut - 23 Feb 1817
abt 1583 Great Addington, Northamptonshire, England - aft 1633
22 Jan 1762 Amenia, Dutchess, New York - 19 Mar 1842 photo
14 Sep 1918 New Carlisle, Bonaventure County, Quebec, Canada - 12 Oct 2008 photo
21 Apr 1870 Webster County, Iowa - 27 Oct 1870
12 Apr 1796 Chatham, Columbia, New York, United States - 23 Jul 1798
02 May 1806 Chatham, Columbia, New York, United States - 22 Aug 1878
20 Oct 1728 New London, New London, Connecticut
13 Nov 1770 Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut - 14 Nov 1773
1857 Illinois, United States - 1952
25 Nov 1912 Forest Township, Genesee County, Michigan, United States - 11 Jan 1913
16 Jul 1765 Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut - 15 Jun 1832
06 Aug 1881 - 05 Jun 1889
30 Jan 1872 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States - 09 May 1900
abt 1855 Lambeth, Surrey, England, United Kingdom
06 Nov 1871 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States - 15 Jun 1960
12 Sep 1897 East Marion, Suffolk, New York, United States - Oct 1977
03 Mar 1850 Newfield, Tompkins, New York, United States - 22 Jul 1916
16 May 1883 Vassar, Tuscola, Michigan USA - abt 1930

B cont.

05 Jun 1732 New London, New London, Connecticut
25 Apr 1860 Oakland, Ontario, Canada - 30 May 1937
05 Jun 1730 Haddam, Middlesex, Connecticut - 09 Dec 1813
02 May 1764 Colchester, New London, Colony of Connecticut - 04 Jul 1851 photo
11 Aug 1772 Susquahana River, York, Province of Pennsylvania - 12 Mar 1861 photo
1803 Waterford, New London, Connecticut, United States - 31 Jan 1858
14 Feb 1840 Kinderhook, Columbia, New York, United States - 23 Nov 1932
18 Apr 1788 Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut, United States - 26 Nov 1859
1866 Illinois, United States
29 Aug 1852 Lake, Ohio, United States - 24 Nov 1917
28 Mar 1783 Lyme, New London, Connecticut, United States - 12 Dec 1834
20 Jan 1755 Lyme, New London, Connecticut - 20 Nov 1826
17 Jan 1736 Litchfield, Litchfield, Colony of Connecticut - 03 Feb 1770 photo
11 Dec 1863 Minnesota, United States - 23 Jan 1938
abt 1808 New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada - 29 Apr 1890 photo
29 Aug 1952 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, United States - 2019 photo
abt 1771 - 29 Dec 1835
16 Apr 1688 Southold, Suffolk, New York, British Colonial America - 07 May 1764 photo
1864 New London, Connecticut, United States - 17 Nov 1902
1847 Connecticut, United States - 15 Jan 1927
25 Jul 1697 New London, New London, Connecticut - abt 1765
abt 1804
09 Jul 1663 New London, New London, Colony of Connecticut - 19 Feb 1752
21 Feb 1890 Mentor, Lake, Ohio, United States - 04 Apr 1975
03 Apr 1934 Big Sandy, Chouteau, Montana, United States - 25 Aug 1992 photo
30 May 1790 Orient, Southold, Suffolk, New York, United States - 29 Dec 1814
15 Mar 1878
22 May 1863 Hudson, Summit, Ohio, United States
11 Oct 1780 Lyme, New London, Connecticut, United States - 09 Nov 1858
abt 1884
03 Aug 1742 Lyme, New London, Connecticut Colony, British Colonial America - Jun 1760
05 Sep 1767 Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut Colony - 23 Jan 1831
1811 Sharon, Litchfield, Connecticut, United States - 15 Jun 1845
1717 East Haddam, Middlesex County, Connecticut - 12 Feb 1761
abt 1812 Whitestown, Oneida, New York, United States - 12 Aug 1895
01 Jul 1800 Paris, Oneida, New York, United States - 17 Jul 1861 photo
22 Feb 1777 Piermont, Grafton, New Hampshire, United States - 22 Nov 1876
16 Sep 1912 Millington Township, Tuscola, Michigan, United States - 03 Dec 1992
21 Nov 1915 Bay City, Bay, Michigan, United States - 27 Jun 2007
28 Nov 1818 Oakland, Brant, Upper Canada - 17 Feb 1892 photo
08 Feb 1830 Lorraine, Jefferson, New York, United States - 26 May 1840
Apr 1867 Salem, Washington, New York, United States - 1931
1849 - 06 Aug 1874
29 Jan 1859 Of Guilderland,Schoharie,Ny - 09 May 1937
02 Jan 1845 Steuben Township, Steuben County, Indiana, United States - 12 May 1870
1854 - 18 Mar 1896
02 Nov 1878 Dayton, Hennepin, Minnesota, United States
abt 23 Sep 1869 Maple Park, Kane, Illinois, United States - 19 Feb 1957
abt 1771
03 Jan 1860 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States - 16 Jan 1944
14 Oct 1906 New Carlisle Quebec, Canada - 1994 photo
1806 New York, United States
abt 1840
23 May 1871 Long Branch, Monmouth, New Jersey, United States - 04 Mar 1956
09 Oct 1788 North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States - 16 Aug 1874
01 Jan 1884 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States - 30 Mar 1980
11 Nov 1842 Steuben Township, Steuben County, Indiana, United States - 05 Oct 1864
1867 Fort Dodge, Webster, Iowa, United States - 29 Jan 1924
11 Sep 1902 New Carlisle, Bonaventure, Quebec, Canada - 08 Apr 1931
01 Jun 1872 Brantford, Brant, Ontario, Canada - 02 Dec 1944 photo
13 Mar 1852 - 24 Mar 1931
29 Jul 1877 Brooklyn, New York, USA - 04 Jun 1962 photo
08 Mar 1846 New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, United States - 08 Dec 1858
01 May 1842 Wilbraham, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States - 02 Apr 1916
 
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