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Re: Reeder in AR Arkansas????

Linda Roberts (View posts)
Posted: 10 May 2006 6:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
The Beach line is not a part of anything I have researched other than looking for the lady to help her try to find a Reeder connection.

I looked around to try to find something on John Benjamin Beach but have not found anything with reference to his marrying a Mary Jane Reeder.

Regrettably, Madison Co, AR marriage records are few and far between. There must have been a problem with courthouse fires or something.

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MISC IGI RECORD ON LDS SITE....

Husband's Name
Miles BEACH (AFN:W1HH-6M) Pedigree
Born: Abt 1812 Place: , Burke Co, N.c.
Married: 1835 Place:
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Wife's Name
Aletha VAUGHAN (AFN:W1HH-7S) Pedigree
Born: Abt 1814 Place: Rutherford, , Tenn.
Married: 1835 Place:

Father: Daniel VAUGHAN (AFN:KG8N-WR) Family
Mother: Margaret (Peggy) HAMMONS (AFN:KG8N-R3)
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Children
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1. Sex Name
F Virginia BEACH (AFN:118M-WTC) Pedigree
Born: Abt 1836 Place: , , Ark
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2. Sex Name
F Milley BEACH (AFN:118M-WVK) Pedigree
Born: Abt 1839 Place: , , Ark
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3. Sex Name
M Miles BEACH (AFN:118M-WWR) Pedigree
Born: Abt 1848 Place: , , Ark
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4. Sex Name
M John (Benjamin) BEACH (AFN:118M-WX0) Pedigree
Born: Abt 1850 Place: , , Ark
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5. Sex Name
M William BEACH (AFN:118M-WZ6) Pedigree
Born: Abt 1857 Place: , , Ark
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http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...

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1840 Madison County, Arkansas Census
1 male 20-30 Miles Beach)
3 females under 5 (Virginia, Milly, Unknown)
1 female 20-30 (Aletha Vaughan)

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1850 United States Federal Census Record
Name: Miles Beach Age: 38 Estimated birth year: abt 1812 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Male
Home in 1850 (City,County,State): Prairie, Madison, Arkansas Year: 1850; Census Place: Prairie, Madison, Arkansas; Roll: M432_27; Page: 254; Image: 510.
Miles Beach Prairie, Madison, AR abt 1812 Tennessee
Aletha Beach Prairie, Madison, AR abt 1814 North Carolina
Virginia Beach Prairie, Madison, AR abt 1836 Arkansas
Milley Beach Prairie, Madison, AR abt 1839 Arkansas
Benjamin Beach Prairie, Madison, AR abt 1849 Arkansas

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1860 United States Federal Census
Name: Miles Bead Age in 1860: 48 Birth Year: abt 1812 Birthplace: North Carolina Home in 1860: Prairie, Madison, Arkansas Gender: Male Post Office: Little Spring Year: 1860; Census Place: Prairie, Madison, Arkansas; Roll: M653_45; Page: 367; Image: 368.
Household Members: Name Age
Miles Bead 48 NC
Letty Bead 46 TN
Virginia Bead 23 AR
Miles Bead 12 AR
John Bead 10 AR
William Bead 3 AR
Elizabeth Westmorland 62 NC
David Westmorland 20 TN

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1870 United States Federal Census
Name: Miler Beach Estimated Birth Year: abt 1810 Age in 1870: 60 Birthplace: North Carolina
Home in 1870: Prairie, Madison, Arkansas Race: White Gender: Male Post Office: Hindsville Year: 1870; Census Place: Prairie, Madison, Arkansas; Roll: M593_58; Page: 415; Image: 349.
Miler Beach Prairie, Madison, AR abt 1810 North Carolina White Male
Leotha Beach Prairie, Madison, AR abt 1818 Tennessee White Female
Miler Beach Prairie, Madison, AR abt 1849 Arkansas White Male
Dannel Evans Prairie, Madison, AR abt 1857 Arkansas White Male

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1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
A. M. BEACH Self M Male W 30 AR Farmer NC TN
Mary J. BEACH Wife M Female W 26 AR Keeping House TN AL
Lethie E. BEACH Dau S Female W 6 AR AR AR
James M. BEACH Son S Male W 4 AR AR AR
Miller BEACH Son S Male W 1 AR AR AR
Lethie BEACH Mother W Female W 54 TN Keeping House --- ---
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Source Information:
Census Place Prairie, Madison, Arkansas
Family History Library Film 1254050
NA Film Number T9-0050
Page Number 591A
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http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ar/madison/land/madison...

LAND RECORDS - MADISON CO, AR

BEACH ABRAHAM 17 17N 27W 0 1843/03/10
BEACH ABRAHAM 17 17N 27W 160 1843/03/10
BEACH ABRAHAM 17 17N 27W 40 1843/03/10
BEACH ABRAM 17 17N 27W 40 1843/03/10
BEACH BARNETT 10 17N 27W 160 1851/10/01
BEACH BARNETT 27 17N 27W 0 1851/10/01
BEACH BARNETT 28 17N 27W 0 1851/10/01
BEACH ENOCH 22 17N 27W 40 1854/11/15
BEACH MILES 4 17N 27W 40 1843/03/10
BEACH MILES 5 17N 27W 40 1843/03/10
BEACH MILES 28 17N 27W 160 1843/03/10
BEACH WILLIAM 28 17N 27W 40 1843/03/10 CANCELED
BEACH WILLIAM 28 17N 27W 40 1854/11/15

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ar/madison/history/good...

GOODSPEED'S HISTORY OF MADISON CO, AR

Vaughan's Valley.-The most fertile and beautiful landscape in Northwestern Arkansas is named from its pioneer settlers, Samuel and Daniel Vaughan. Born in Virginia, their father, William Vaughan,
removed to Warren County, Tenn., and thence to Wayne County, Mo., where he was one of the earliest settlers, and thence to Crawford County, Ark., where he located on the Arkansas River near Short Mountain Creek. Crossing the Boston mountains Samuel and Daniel Vaughan settled near Evansville, Washington County, before the Indian title to that section had been extinguished, and, being encroachers, their improvements were destroyed by the regular soldiers. In 1826
they removed to Cane Hill, Washington County, where they were the first settlers, and in 1828 migrated to what is now known as the Tuttle settlement, on Richland. In 1831 Samuel Vaughan removed to the valley and bought the improvements of one Friend, an Indian half-breed of migratory habits, then its only occupant. Isaac Vaughan now lives here. Samuel Vaughan dealt largely in Government claims. He died at the age of seventy-seven. Daniel Vaughan lived all his life on his first claim, a short distance west of Hindsville. William and John Hind, from Warren County, Tenn., arrived about 1832, John locating on the site of Hindsville, and William southeast two and one-half miles. Miles, Abram, John and Barnett Beach, Samuel and Riley Lane, John Harp, Jackson Titsworth and William Evans were also [p.424] among the early settlers. The field notes of the government survey of Township 17 north. Range 27 west, show the "road from Osage Prairie to Izard court-house," crossing diagonally from southeast to northwest the dwellings of "Hynd," Beach and Vaughan. This origin was sectionized in 1834.

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Linda Roberts
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