Henry Beardslee family (with Claucherty and Dean branches), 1801-1982. Supplemented by sections of Isaac Haight Beardsley"s Beardsley-Lee family in America, 1635-1902
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Henry Beardslee family (with Claucherty and Dean branches), 1801-1982. Supplemented by sections of Isaac Haight Beardsley"s Beardsley-Lee family in America, 1635-1902

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Published by K.P. Beardslee in Spring Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Beardsley family.,
  • Claucherty family.,
  • Dean family.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesHenry Beardslee family tree, with Claucherty and Dean branches.
Statementby Kenneth R. Beardslee.
ContributionsBeardsley, Isaac Haight, 1831-1902.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS71.B43 1982
The Physical Object
Paginationvi leaves, 221 p. :
Number of Pages221
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3205018M
LC Control Number83110273

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Beardslee, Robert "Bo" D. a lifelong Mount Clemens resident died on Thursday, Ma Born J in Mount Clemens, to the late Lawson and Hazel Jones Beardslee. A Mount. There he met and married Irma Swan, a school teacher. They had five sons, , born in Idaho and Washington. He was killed in a truck accident near Coulee, Washington. Irma Swan () was born in western Nebraska, the daughter of James Henry Swan () and Gertrude Selina Wheeler Swan (). William Haight & Anna Beardslee Leggett, Family Records [page had been removed], William H. Leggett Jr. born November 7th at Peekskill Annie B. Leggett born May the 20th of - am at Independence Valentine S. Leggett born October the 13th at - 11 ½ o'clock at night at Waterford Town Died Ma Josiah and Keziah Beardsley, or Jo and Kezzie, are identical twin brothers who were indentured to Aaron and Fanny Beardsley. They are skilled hunters, and a bit feral, owing to fending for themselves in the backcountry for most of their lives. Jo and Kezzie were orphaned young, around age two or three, during their family's passage from Europe to the colonies. Without any relatives to pay the Born: c. (age 22).