William Bean (c.1700 - 1782) MP

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Birthplace: St. Stephens, Northumberland, Virginia
Death: Died in Washington, Tennessee
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About William Bean

Original Message -----

From: "Bill Bean" <robean@etcrier.net>

To: <columbiamocowboy@yahoo.com>

Cc: <CLAN-MACBEAN-L@rootsweb.com>

Sent: Tuesday, November 11, 2003 6:01 PM

Subject: Re: [BEAN] New guy intro

Hi Darren,

I have your line down to Sarah Harriet Lancaster who married James Dickson

Stanley, but I have nothing below her level in that (your) family line.

The upline I have is Mary Jane Horner, Elizabeth Russell, Eliza Elizabeth

Bean, b. 11/25/1723 and her father is William Bean of VA., wife unknown.

Her brother is William Bean Sr. of TN. who married Lydia Russell. Also

brother John Been of Asheville, NC, who Robert Bean/Martha Womack of

Chattanauga, Franklin Co., TN. is descended from.

William Bean of PA and his wife Margaret Hatton came from England and died

aboard Ship while coming over. His son Matthew and sister Elizabeth

became

what we call the Beans of Bucks Co., PA. They were raised by friends of

the father when they arrived in Philadelphia.

William Bean of Northumberland Co., VA. came over in 1652 and is the line

that the TN. Beans descend from.

The other William came over much later. He is said to have married a

Margaret, but we don't know his children, which would include the father of

the William who is the father of Elizabeth. William was b. ca. 1634 and

married Margaret ca. 1655 or before and died in late 1600's. The only one

that most researchers have as his descendant until we get to William Sr. is

John Bean, b. ca. 1687 and Lydea.

I will be glad to help you and would love to have an update on your family

line.

Bill Bean, Clan MacBean Genealogist

----- Original Message -----

From: "Darren Hellwege" <columbiamocowboy@yahoo.com>

Sent: Tuesday, November 11, 2003 7:34 AM

Subject: [BEAN] New guy intro

Hello,

I just joined the list. I'm Darren Hellwege, a native of Oklahoma but

now

working in radio in Columbia, MO. I've been interested in genealogy for

some

time, and recently traced my ancestory to being a direct descendant of

William Bean, Sr. and his daughter Elizabeth. My line goes her daughter

Elizabeth Russell, John Horner Jr., Mary Jane Horner, Sarah Harriet

Lancaster, Francis Abigail Stanley, Loren Lee Roberts, Binum Dixon

Roberts,

and his living daughter who is my mom.

Have only scratched the surface, I suspect, of the interesting things to

learn about this new batch of fore-fathers I've discovered!

Thanks for hosting this group, look forward to visiting with y'all,

Happy

Veterans Day to any vets in our group, thanks for your service.

Darren Hellwege

Columbia MO

GGGGGGG-Grandson of William Bean, Sr and Margaret Hatton Bean

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WILLIAM4 BEAN (JOHN (MACBEAN)3, WILLIAM 22, WILLIAM 11)2 was born Bet. 1697 - 1700 in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland, VA2, and died WFT Est. 1729-17932. He married ELIZABETH OR MARGARET HATTON 1720 in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland, Virginia. 

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William Bean of St. Stephen's Parish's Timeline

1700
1700
St. Stephens, Northumberland, Virginia
1720
1720
Age 20
United States
1722
1722
Age 22
Northumberland, Virginia, United States
1723
November 25, 1723
Age 23
St Stevens Parish, Northumberland Co, VA, USA
1725
January 13, 1725
Age 25
Northumberland, Virginia, United States
1729
February 28, 1729
Age 29
St Stephens Parish, Northumberland, Virginia
1729
Age 29
Northumberland, Virginia, United States
1745
1745
Age 45
1746
1746
Age 46
Nansemond, VA, USA
1782
January, 1782
Age 82
Washington, Tennessee

William Bean of PA and his wife Margaret Hatton came from England and died
> aboard Ship while coming over. His son Matthew and sister Elizabeth
became what we call the Beans of Bucks Co., PA. They were raised by friends of the father when they arrived in Philadelphia.