New Hampshire Genealogist & New England Genealogist
 
Robert Peel Ramsden was born on Oct 26 1840 in or near Linthwaite, England, the son of William Ramsden & Sophia Rebecca (Ramsden) . He married Ellen Lousia Wright on Jul 3 1867 in E Cambridge, MA . Ellen was born on Mar 8, 1850 in W. Newton, Ma daughter of Patrick Wright & Bridgett Taffe . Tradition says that when Ellen was 17, she & Robert were stranded together in a train station overnight. Fearing her daughter had been compromised, Bridgett insisted they marry even though the Wright’s were Catholic and the Ramsden’s were Protestant. When nothing become of it, Bridgett then decided she wanted them to get a divorce. Ellen refused. She died on Apr 11, 1913 in Lawrence, Ma  and was also buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Salem, NH . He died May 13, 1927  and was buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Salem, NH on May 14, 1927 .

Robert & his mother Sophia were not found on the 1865 Massachusetts Census, but according to late US Censuses, the indication is they arrived somewhere about Oct-Nov 1864-1865 . Tradition says that Robert’s little brother Henry came with them. Records show their father had died between 1845-1851 near Huddersfield, England , and their mother Sophia was with Robert in 1870-Framingham , after having lived in Newton, MA during 1868 . From 1880 to after 1910 they family resided in Lawrence, MA. During this time, it appears he was naturalized in Oct 1884, however, I have not yet seen the file yet .

On Oct 22 1904, Robert returned to Boston from a visit to England on the ship Cretic which departed Liverpool on Oct 13th. It appears he made the trip, or at least, returned alone. The passenger list indicates he was 64 yrs old, married, Spinner, can read & write, citizen of England (America is crossed off), last residence Liverpool, destination18 Kendal St. Lawrence, Ma. He had previously lived in the US for 39 yrs, the last time in 1904. “Good” is crossed out for health and “senility” is written in  .

During 1920 he is in Cambridge with his daughter Florence and it looks as if he may have married again but be widowed a second time .He is in So. Royalston MA in May 1922 according to his son William’s passport application .

Robert and Ellen had 13 children & 10 living in 1900 which indicates we’re missing another one
who was born & died young, but after looking high & low, the child can’t be found . The others were:

1. Charles H. Ramsden died Nov 13, 1869 in Framingham 1 day old 

2. Walter Ramsden b. Jan 1 1871    d. Mar 17 1876 

3. George Wright Ramsden born Apr 11 1873 in Saugus, MA  & married Lizzie Russell   and resided in Methuen, Ma in 1938 .  

4. William Henry Ramsden born Feb 13, 1875 in Saugus, Ma , married Bertha Anderson on Oct 3 1904 . She was born in Sweden, and resided in Boston, Ma in 1938 . I found his application for a passport on ancestry to go visit her family in Sweden. It states his father arrived Oct-Nov 1865 and at the time (May 3, 1922) is living in So Royalston, Ma, & had previously lived in Lawrence, Andover, Saugus, Newton, MA  

5. Alice Phebe Ramsden born 1877 m: Herbert John David Stevenson -see previous - 

6. James Walter Ramsden/Walter James Ramdsen born Aug 24 1878 . He married Bertha Bibbons Sep 16 1909 Lawrence, MA . He died in 1931 .  

7. Charles Augustus Ramsden born Sept 8 1880 in Lawrence, MA  m: Catherine Agnes Cullen  resided in Boston, Ma in 1938 

8. Frederick Ramsden born June 8 1883 in Andover Ma , married Edith Josephine Kimball, “Josie”  and resided in Providence, RI in 1938 .

9. Florence Ramsden born Mar 28, 1885 in Andover Ma  She died Feb 9 1947 & was buried in Pinegrove Cemetery, Salem NH . Florence married Silas Knight born 1885  and resided in Dorchester, Ma in 1938 .

10. Ellen/Helen Louisa Ramsden born Aug 29 1887 in Andover, married Dennis Spears  and resided in Everett, Ma in 1938 . 

11. Maude Ramsden born Aug 1 1890 in Lawrence, married Vincent Sinclair  & resided in Taunton, Ma in 1938 

12. Edwin/Edward L. Ramsden born Apr 7 1892 in Lawrence, Ma.  Died July 12 1938 in
Derry, NH of a heart attack . He is buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Salem, NH . He was married to Evelyn Anderson. They had several children, some of whom are living and are therefore not published here .

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It's been a crazy few months here, but I'm excited to be back blogging! First things first though, I can't help but want to share a little bit about the vintage venues & vendors we chose for our big day on May 10 2015! 
I definitely recommend all of the following local New Hampshire businesses.

The Alvirne Chapel, 160 Derry Rd, Hudson, NH 03051
(603) 888-7005
     This lovely stone chapel was built at the turn of the century and holds a love story all its own. The beautiful stained glass windows and obvious charm 
offered the perfect place for our ceremony. 
Londonderry Historical Society's Parmenter Barn, Pilgrim Rd. Londonderry NH 03053

This beautiful historical barn located on pristine grounds & surrounded by acres of apple orchard was the perfect place for our reception. What better place for a genealogist than a beautiful place like this?! I highly recommend this venue for any event you would like to host. They were extremely accommodating & simply wonderful to work with. It's great to know that all donations go to an outstanding historical society who hold local history in their hearts & take it to an exemplary level. 
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Photo credit to my daughter by love & marriage, Brandy Mulhare
Culinary Capers, LLC, Windham, NH 03087
603 898-3614
www.culinary-capers.net
Romeyn Murphy, Amylynne Murphy and Nelson Agbesi
De'Nelson's Photography, Atkinson, NH
603-247-2459
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Photo credit to my daughter by love & marriage, Brandy Mulhare
Music was performed by my adorable new son-by-love & marriage
Alex Murphy & Amanda Vantine
We were married by Jayson Bowes of Derry, NH 
who holds a special place in our hearts and family.
Our floral arrangements, favors & cake were made by my youngest daughter Jaquelyn & I.
Beautiful rainbow topped off the evening as we drove off.
Our Beautiful Family :)
Alex Murphy, Brandy Mulhare, Romeyn Murphy, Amylynne (Baker), Jaquelyn Santagate, Shealyn Santagate, not pictured
Amanda Vantine, Alex Murphy, David VanTassel, Ben Williamson, Brandy Mulhare,
Romeyn Murphy, Amylynne Murphy, Jayson Bowes, Scott Vachon
Seated: Marion Baker, Jax Santagate, Alison Kopp
Amanda Vantine, Alex Murphy, Ben Williamson, Brandy Mulhare, Romeyn Murphy, Amylynne Murphy, Jayson Bowes & Jaquelyn Baker-Santagate
 
 
The following sketches are mostly taken from The Life & Family of John Bean of Exeter and his Cousins by Bernie Bean, 1970 and The Proceedings of John Bean (1660) Association at its (4th) Annual Reunion at Portland, ME August 31 1899 & the genealogy compiled within it by Josiah Drummond. The dates are exactly as they appear in Bernie Bean’s The Life & Family book. Unless otherwise specified, I have not seen the record & am unclear what calendar the dates were recorded under, therefore I do not want to assume January was the first month of the year.

John MacBean & Margaret 
   John Bean was born John MacBean bef 1634 in Strathdearn, Inverness-Shire, Scotland. Bernie Bean states that the authority of this place is Ida Mable Williams King author of 1935 Bean Genealogy, descendants of Samuel (5) of Glover, VT. His age, according to Bernie Bean (via Josiah Drummond) confirms there is an existing affidavit from 1694 in which John states he was “sixty years of age or more”. John MacBean is said to be the son of Donald MacBean, grandson of Aaron MacBean, (likely pronounced McBayne)  b. 1570, Inverness Shire, Scotland). They were proud members of the Clan MacBean which had lived in that part of Scotland since the late 1200’s when the Clan migrated from the east of Scotland. I don’t know about you but I suddenly have an urge to watch Braveheart….but I digress. It is said Donald & Aaron were farmers, leather makers and builders, but this tradition seems to have been an assumption based on John’s chosen professions in America.
   John m. (1) Hannah Lissen, on 4-18-1654 in Exeter. She was born in Scotland about 1635, the daughter of Nicholas and Alice Lissen. She died in 1659 in Exeter after the childbirth of her third child.
   John m. (2) Margaret ___? before 11-15-1660 in Exeter, Rockingham Co., New Hampshire. She was born about 1640 in Scotland. She died 1714 in Exeter. She was the mother of his last 9 children.
    He died between 1-24-1718 & 2-8-1718 at Exeter, NH and he along with Margaret and his first wife Hannah are buried in the Congregational Church Grave yard in Exeter, known as the Old Meetinghouse. A marker was placed over the graves in 1972. They were members of the congregation tho John remain Presbyterian till the day of his death. There was no Presbyterian church in Exeter, and there is none even now, so they went to the Congregational Church.
    John was one of 272 Scottish Prisoners of War from the Battle of Worcester, labeled “ruffians” & “troublemakers” who were exiled from Scotland & arrived in Boston on February 24-1652 aboard the “The Sarah and John”. They were intended to be sold as indentured workers to pay for the cost of their transportation unless they could pay. John Bean, along with most others it seems, could not afford to pay for his passage & was in fact sold to the highest bidder. No doubt resentful about his deportation by England after they won the Scottish rule, John did not take the Oath of Allegiance to England until 1677, after King Charles & Oliver Cromwell were dead. .  It seems it was on this ship that the “Mac” on many names was left off by the clerk. John kept it that way.
    Of these 272 men on the ship, it seems John Bean was friends with Henry Magoon & Alexander Gordon. Having arrived in this land with no kin, it seems they formed a bond that made them family for the rest of their lives. Bernie Bean found evidence that places John Bean working in the mills of Exeter for his future father-in-law Nathaniel Lissen. He states that the lists of Stackpole it states 7 of the 272 prisoners were sold to work in the saw mills on the Exeter & Oyster Rivers. Nathaniel Lissen owned those mills. The six other men who served Lissen were: John Barber, Alexander Gordon, John Sinclair, John Hudson, John Thompson and Walter Jackson. Henry Magoon is said to have served his indenture-ship in southern Maine.
    Nathaniel & Alice Lissen (who were not my ancestors) were both born in Scotland came to America in 1637 with their three daughters Elizabeth, Mary & Hannah. John of course married Hannah, Elizabeth married Henry Magoon & Mary married Alexander Gordon.
    John is said to have been a most ambitious man. He became part owner of the mills with his father-in-law. He farmed & was a tanner, manufacturing moccasins for Indians & boots for the settlers, and he was a real estate speculator & developer. It is said he was the first to buy land from the Natives north of Lake Winnepesaukee, but this cannot be proven. Prior to his death John did become a land owners of about 20 farms.
     Bernie Bean seems to have done a thorough job proving various traditions & misinterpretations of records. One should definitely refer to his work if there is any doubt about information that has been retold or found elsewhere.
                                 Children by Hannah Lissen:
1. Mary Bean b. 6-8-1655 (Jun 18 1655 HoE 66), Exeter married 6-25-1674 Joel Judkins. They
    were gr gr grandparents of Daniel Webster [dau. Hannah m. Ebenezer Webster]
2. Henry Bean b.1657; d. 3-5-1662 (Mar 5 1662 HoE 66), Exeter , NH
3. Hannah Bean b.1659 Exeter, NH; d.7-18-1692, Kingston NH m: Abraham Whittacre. 
    Hannah had 5 children, all of whom were massacred by Indians on their farm in Kingston)
                                               Children by Margaret:
4. John Bean b.8-15-1661 (Aug 15 1661 HoE 4); d. 5-18-1666, Exeter
5. Daniel Bean b.3-23-1663 (Mar 23 1662-3 HoE 4); m. 1684? Mary Fifield
6. Samuel Bean b.5-23-1665 (Mar 23 1665-6 HoE 4); m. Mary Severance
7. John Bean b.10-13-1668 (Oct 13 1668 HoE 4); m.1700? Sarah Wadleigh
8. Margaret Bean b.10-17-1670 (Oct 27 1670 HoE 4); m. William Taylor
9. James Bean b.12-17-1672 (Dec 17 1672 HoE 4)  
10. Jeremiah "Jeremy" Bean b.4-20-1675 (Apr 20 1675 HoE 4); m. Ruth Johnson see previous
11. Elizabeth Bean b.9-24-1678 (Sept 24 1678 HoE 4); m. John Sinclair
12. Catherine Bean b.1680; m. Richard Dolloff
 
Hannah Lissen had two sisters, Elizabeth who m. Henry Magoon and Mary who m: Alexander Gordon. Abraham Whitacre was the son of Abraham and Elizabeth (Simonds) Whitacre. Elizabeth Simonds was the dau of William.

More notes on John Bean
First appears in town records according to HoE on Jan 21 1660-1 granted 10 acres w/ "Nicholas Listen" Oct 10 1664 30 acres HoE; Apr 3 1671 6acres; Feb 3 1698 100 acres; 

Burial: Church Yard of the Congregational Church, Exeter, Rockingham Co., New Hampshire
Christening: Fallis, Dayiot Parish, Scotland

Bet. 1680 - 1690, He signed the famous New Hampshire petition .
1671, He was one of a committee chosen to run the lines between Exeter and adjoining towns.
November 30, 1677, Took the oath of allegiance.
January 24, 1717/18, John d. between 1-24-1718 and 2-8-1718
Elected: 1680, Pound Keeper of Exeter, NH
Military service: February 24, 1651/52, Scotish Prisoner of War; Battle of Worcester
Abt. 1660, Grantee of Land in town of Exeter, NH
July 22, 1664, Conveyed to him on this date a house lot of twenty acres, and ther lots in Exeter containing ten, five and twenty-six acres by John Fed, of Exeter, NH
Bet. 1664 - 1708, Other Land Grants made to him; 10-10-1664, 4-1-1671, and 2-21-1708.

According to the Genealogical & Family History of the State of Maine compiled by George Thomas Little, A. M. , Litt. D. page 439
"Margaret Bean joined Hampton Church in 1671, and good wife Bean was among those who were dismissed from that church in 1698, "in order to their being incorporated unto a church state in Exeter." Margaret Bean was one of those who organized the church in Exeter, September 2, 1698; she was a member in 1705, which was the last mention of her. She died before 1718."
     

 
 
The following sketches are mostly taken from The Life & Family of John Bean of Exeter and his Cousins by Bernie Bean, 1970 and The Proceedings of John Bean (1660) Association at its (4th) Annual Reunion at Portland, ME August 31 1899 & the genealogy compiled within it by Josiah Drummond. The dates are exactly as they appear in Bernie Bean’s The Life & Family book. Unless otherwise specified, I have not seen the record & am unclear what calendar the dates were recorded under, therefore I do not want to assume January was the first month of the year.

Jeremiah Bean was b. 4-20-1675 Exeter, NH d. 1727, Exeter, m. 1708?, Hampton Falls, NH, Ruth Johnson, b. 1-1-1675, Hampton Falls, d. (before) 12-27-1758, Exeter, NH, the daughter of Matthew Johnson & Rebecca Wiswall.

Jeremiah served in the Indian wars between 1695 and 1710 under Capt Gilman. He was a Scout as was his brother James. He was a farmer and a blacksmith. His home in Exeter was located where the jail was later built. There are perhaps a dozen wills, deeds and other conveyances of property by the hand of Jeremiah and Ruth from which we gather much information about them. However, none of these provided the proper order of the birth of their children nor the birthdates, only that James was the oldest. The date of Ruth’s death was before that given here because that was the date when her will was executed. Jeremiah, from all we can learn of him appears to have been a quiet sort of person, going about his own business, & taking things pretty much as they came. He and Ruth were of Presbyterian background and members of the Hampton Church until his mother moved her membership to the new church in Exeter. They had 9ch., all b. in Exeter.
                                   Children of Jeremiah & Ruth:
1. James Bean b. 1708 m: 1st Ruth Sanborn m: 2nd Lydia Hoag There are 14 children between
    the 2 wives listed in the book.
2. Margaret Bean m: Jonathan Glidden of Epping - family has not been found
3. Elizabeth Bean - m: Joseph Norris
4. Deborah Bean m: James Dudley son of James & Mercy (Folsom) Dudley, born in Exeter
     a1715 and he died in May 1761 and she in Andover in 1810 -It is unclear of she is really a 
     child of this couple or not.
5. Jeremiah "Jeremy" Bean b. 1720  m: Abigail Prescott
6. Richard Bean - d. 6- - 1749, Exeter. He was a blacksmith. He died unmarried about 1750,
    Jeremy admin his estate.
7. Tabitha Bean m: Daniel Elkins of Kingston
8. Hannah Bean - m: John Elkins of Kingston. These two boys were brothers and the sons of
    Moses and Ann (Shaw) Elkins of Kingston, NH
9. John Bean b. 

 
 
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Okay....so this kind of explains why my blog is on hiatus :)
I have never been happier! But I'm also pretty busy...I'll be back, but it will be as Amylynne (Baker) Murphy! 

Amylynne Baker-Santagate, daughter of Mrs. Marion (Stevenson) Baker and the late Mr. Arthur L. Baker Jr., is to be married to Romeyn Todd Murphy, son of Mrs. Susan (Santoro) DeRoche, wife of John DeRoche of Florida, and the late Mr. Romeyn D. Murphy. The couple met as teenagers in Windham, and nearly 30 years later found an extraordinary bond. Amylynne is the Administrative Assistant for the Windham Independent News, as well as a professional genealogist. Romeyn, who is employed by Bob’s Discount Furniture, recently relocated from the Distribution Center in Taftsville, CT to the Manchester, NH store. Their combined family includes Brandy C. Mulhare, 25, Alexander D. Murphy, 21, both of Connecticut, Shealyn E. Santagate, 19, of Weirs Beach, NH & Jaquelyn M. Santagate, 16, of Hampstead, NH.  A small family wedding is planned for May 10 2015. They reside in Hampstead, NH.

 
 
Big changes going on around here & busy, busy, busy....I'll be back not sure when yet :)
 
 
Time for family! We will be on a break for the holidays through Jan 10th 2015. See you then!
 
 
"Don’t just sit there like a bump on a log"

 
 
The following sketches are largely taken from The Life & Family of John Bean of Exeter and his Cousins by Bernie Bean, 1970 and The Proceedings of John Bean (1660) Association at its (4th) Annual Reunion at Portland, ME August 31 1899 & the genealogy compiled within it by Josiah Drummond. The dates are exactly as they appear in Bernie Bean’s The Life & Family book, unless otherwise specified, I have not seen the original vital records & am unclear what calendar the dates were recorded under, therefore I do not want to assume January was the first month of the year. The probate notes are from the file I have seen myself.
   Jeremiah Bean b. 1720, Exeter, NH, died between Jan 24 1808-Feb 3 1808, Brentwood, NH, married Jun 15 1749, Hampton Falls, NH, Abigail Prescott, b. _____, d. after Jan 24 1808, possibly the dau of Benjamin & Elizabeth (Coffin) Prescott. 
   Jeremy is said to have been born in the Bean home in Exeter, NH which is said to have been located where the old jail used to be. The house was later used as a counting house by The Old Exeter Mfg. Co. In 1760 Jeremy moved to his farm in the southwest corner of Brentwood & there lived until he died. In 1794, a mill which had been part of The Gilman Estate, plus 5 acres of land lying on the other side of the river, was deeded by Jeremy to his son Richard. It was located at what was known as “Coppy Hole”. Jeremy bought one quarter interest in this mill (Known as Copy Hold Saw Mill), plus 721/2 acres, in 1772 from Tristram Gilman Esq. Estate, who d. in 1741. He paid 116 pounds, 5 shillings for it.
     Having seen the original Rockingham County Probate file # 7887 for Jeremiah Bean of Brentwood at the NH State Archives, it is described as the following. It specifically mentions his "beloved wife Abigail", his sons Richard, Jeremie and Asa, his dau, Molly (wife of Joel Bean), Ruth (wife of Benjamin Page), and Gr. Ch. Obadiah, Levi, Hannah (wife of James Hoit), Jeremiah, Ai, and Stephen, "children of my son Levi Bean,” and Gr. Ch. Jonathan, Nabby “wife of Jonathan Bachelder,” Benjamin and Lydia, "children of my son Benjamin Bean, deceased". Jeremiah Bean, son, Executor, to maintain Abigail during her natural life, date Jan 24 1808. Jeremiah Bean of Hawke was bonded as Executor Feb 3 1808. (I will transcribe the file at a later date, but in the meantime if you would like photos of the documents, email me.)
    All previous records of the births of his children have been somewhat mixed up and even Josiah Drummond admitted in a letter and his speech at the 1896 Bean Reunion that his records were not satisfactory. Though even now they are not complete, we have made progress since in determining the correct order of birth of this family. Because Jeremy bought the farm in southwest Brentwood in 1772, some have thought he lived in Exeter until then, however he did move from Exeter in 1760 for his son Benjamin was born in Brentwood; at what farm or location we do not know. The last two children listed are not in the proper order of birth. They died in infancy or childhood and no dates are available. One old family record shows them born in Brentwood but this is doubtful. They had 9 children. From “The Book of Dow” and “The Hoyt Family” we have dates for the birth of both Levi and his wife, Patience. Both dates are obviously in error but we quote them here with no question mark. Jeremy was a Quaker.
     The informant of this section in the Proceedings of John Bean book is a Mr. Blaisdell - there is a lot of information about where they lived. He states this Jeremy was brought up & raised in Exeter then moved to southern part of Brentwood about 1760. This Jeremiah was evidently called "third" even though he was not actually a III, but within the whole scope of the family he was. The other Jeremiah in Brentwood, son of James, lived in the northern part of Brentwood about 4 miles from where this Jeremiah lived.
                     Children of Jeremiah Bean & Abigail Prescott: pg 149 see for more
1. Richard Bean b: 7-25-1750, Exeter & Brentwood, Trader, alive in 1804 m: Mary Gove b. Dec 19 1754 (Book of Dow) daughter of Obadiah Gove & May Dow on Apr 17 1776Book of Dow & Gove Family). He died ????? She died in Brentwood, NH July 5 1839 (Gove Family pg 74)
              Children of Richard Bean & Mary Gove (10 children per Book of Dow): 
         i. Richard Bean Jr. m: Nancy (Shaw) on Feb 6 1801 (NHVR) They lived in Brentwood
           and can be found on several deeds in Rockingham County. One of which is to Obadiah
           Bean Jun 15 1811 #197-110 in which Richard Jr sells him a place he had built to make
           nails. Both "Richard Bean Jr of Brentwood" & Nancy his wife, can be found signed on
           RC Deed# 203-381. Nancy was murdered by Richard Jr Feb 14 1841 in Brentwood, 
           NH See this blog
                           Richard & Nancy had at least 4 daughters:
                     a. Hannah M. Bean b. 1807 in Brentwood, NH m: Jeremiah Richards d. Oct 17
                        1906 in Boston, Massachusetts
                     b. Clara A. Bean b. 1809 in Brentwood, NH  m: John D. Snell & d. Aug 25
                        1895 in Boston, Massachusetts.
                     c. Sophia F. Bean b. 1818 in Brentwood, NH m: Joel M. Thurston d. Apr 20
                        1904 in Lowell, Massachusetts
                     d. Eliza S. Bean m. Davis died in Amesbury, MA
        ii.  Mary  Bean m: Mark Prescott 
       iii.  Betsy  Bean m: Jonathan Smith 
       iv.  Ruth  Bean m. -----Roe 
       v.   Ira  Bean died suddenly of heart disease
      vi.   Hannah  Bean m: Gideon Davis of Warren 
     vii.   Lois  Bean m: John Blaisdell of Gilford 
     viii.   Enos  Bean m. ------ Dudley 
      ix.   Eunice  Bean m: Joseph Young and removed to Salem, MA 
       x.   Levi  Bean never married, d. a 1839-40?
      xi.   Sophia  Bean m: ---Fogg of Enfield
2. Levi Bean b: 9-3-1753 d: 1804-1806 m: Patience Gove daughter of Obadiah Gove & May Dow (Gove Family pg 74) See previous
3. Jeremiah "Jeramie" Bean  b: 2-13-1754, Exeter       alive 1808
4. Asa Bean b:  ?,  Exeter        alive in 1808
5. Molly/Mary Bean   b: 11-3-1756, Exeter m Joel Bean She is married by 1808
6. Benjamin Bean   b. 1760, Brentwood d: before 1808. Children:
      i.  Jonathan Bean
     ii.  Nabby Bean m: Jonathan Bachelder
    iii.  Benjamin Bean
    iv.  Lydia Bean
7. Ruth Bean    b: 11-12-1767, Brentwood (1769)  Lived in Gilford m: Benjamin Page son of Moses & Judith (French) Page born Feb 2, 1763; he died June 6, 1836, and she Feb 3, 1859 a91,2m,21d. Children:                    
     i. Ruth Page b Nov 12, 1794
    ii. Benjamin Page b; Sept 26, 1798
8. James Bean   b:  ?  d: young, Brentwood
9. Betsey Bean   b:  ?  d: young, Brentwood

 
 
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Hattie Rich Studio: Manderville, Lowville, NY
Week 6 of Friday's Find!   This photo was found in Jewett City, Connecticut

If in one of these Friday's Find blog posts you find your relative, please contact me. I will either give you the item if I have it, or refer you to the person that does have the item to work it out between the two of you (at no profit to me).

1900 - Hattie Rich is on Steward St in Lowville, NY with her parents:

William Rich Head b. Apr 1844 Architect & Builder 
                   b. New York f. New Hampshire m. New Hampshire
Helen Rich Wife b. Sept 1850  All others New York
Harry Rich Son b. Jul 1876
Lillian Rich Daughter-in-law b. Jan 1876
Mabel I Rich Daughter b. Sep 1878
Hattie L. Rich Daughter b. Mar 1881
Henry C. Rich Son b. Dec 1884
George W. Rich Son b. Dec 1889