John Lucas of Eastern North Carolina Descendants and Related Families

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  • ID: I50527
  • Name: Samuel Beaman , Sr
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1793 in North Carolina
  • Death: 22 MAR 1857 in Morgan Township, Owen County, Indiana
  • Burial: New Union Baptist Church Cemetery, Morgan Township, Owen County, Indiana
  • Note:
    Samuel BEAMAN, Sr. was born about 1793 in North Carolina. He married Sarah
    "Sary" LANGDON on 31 July 1811 in Johnston County, North Carolina and had six
    children:
    1B21.James BEAMAN21 Apr 18126 Apr 1906(93)
    1B22.Elizabeth J. BEAMAN11 Jan 181418 Jan 1902(88)
    1B23.Samuel BEAMAN, Jr.20 Apr 18184 Sep 1907(89)
    1B24.Alvin BEAMAN18191888(69)
    1B25.John BEAMANAbt 1820
    1B26.Mary BEAMANAbt 1821
    1B27.Sarah BEAMANAbt 1826

    Sarah "Sary" or "Sally" LANGDON was the daughter of James and Patty (STEVENSON)
    LANGDON.

    Samuel moved his family to Owen County, Indiana in 1823 and 1824 along with his
    parents, siblings, and some of his cousins. They first settled in Morgan
    Township where Sary was a charter member of the "Little Flock Baptist Church"
    which was later formally organized as the New Union Baptist Church in November
    1842. Samuel and Samuel Jr. joined the church later.

    After Samuel's father's death 1827, the family sold the Morgan Township claim
    (W/SE/S31/T11N/R4W) to John CARTER in 1829 and resettled in Jackson Township
    where they lived next to Samuel's brother, Briant.

    Samuel also acquired a 40-acre claim in Jennings Township (NE/SE/S9/T11N/R4W) in
    1835, as well as another 40-acre claim in Jackson (SE/SW/S5/T11N/R4W) in 1836.
    The Jennings claim he deeded to his son, Samuel, in February 1840, and the
    Jackson claim to his son-in-law, George W. HELM, in February 1837. He lived in
    Jackson through at least 1850 at which time he reported having 20 improved and
    20 unimproved acres worth $250. For livestock he reported a horse, milk cow, 8
    sheep, and 280 swine.

    Samuel BEAMAN died on 22 March 1857 and his wife, Sarah (LANGDON) BEAMAN died 24
    August 1866. Both are buried at the New Union Baptist Church cemetery in Morgan
    Township.




    Father: *Francis Beaman , Jr. b: 1752 in Nansemond County, Virginia
    Mother: Susannah

    Marriage 1 Sally Langdon b: in Johnston County, North Carolina
    • Married: 31 JUL 1811 in Johnston County, North Carolina
    Children
    1. Has Children James Beaman b: 21 APR 1812 in Johnston County, North Carolina
    2. Has Children Elizabeth J. Beaman b: 11 JAN 1814 in Montgomery County, North Carolina
    3. Has Children Samuel Beaman , Jr. b: 20 APR 1818 in Montgomery County, North Carolina
    4. Has Children Alvin Beaman b: 1819 in Montgomery County, North Carolina
    5. Has No Children John Beaman b: 1820 in Montgomery County, North Carolina
    6. Has No Children Mary Beaman b: 1821 in Montgomery County, North Carolina
    7. Has No Children Sarah Beaman b: 1826 in Morgan Township, Owen County, Indiana

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