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Taverner « Lawrence » BealeÂge : 69 ans17411810

Nom
Taverner « Lawrence » Beale
Prénom(s)
Taverner
Nom de famille
Beale
Surnom
Lawrence
Naissance 7 février 1741 35 15
Décès du pèreTaverner Beale
1756 (Âge 14 ans)

Décès de la grand-mère maternelleFrances Taylor
1761 (Âge 19 ans)

MariageElizabeth HiteAfficher cette famille
22 décembre 1763 (Âge 22 ans)

Naissance d’une fille
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Elizabeth Beale
20 mai 1769 (Âge 28 ans)
Décès de la mèreFrances Madison
1788 (Âge 46 ans)
Mariage d’un enfantWilliam SteenbergenElizabeth BealeAfficher cette famille
10 novembre 1797 (Âge 56 ans)
Naissance d’un petit-fils
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John Beale Steenbergen
1803 (Âge 61 ans)
Profession
First sheriff of Dunmore County

Décès 5 juin 1810 (Âge 69 ans)
Titre
Colonel

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mère
Mariage :
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Famille avec Elizabeth Hite - Afficher cette famille
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épouse
Elizabeth Hite
Naissance : 19 janvier 1742Hopewell, Comté de Fauquier, Virginia, États-Unis
Décès : Clifton Forge, Comté d\'Alleghany, Virginia, États-Unis
Mariage : 22 décembre 1763
5 ans
fille

Note
Event: Guardianship 17 AUG 1779 Berkeley Co., (then VA.) WV. Note: Tavener was made guardian for George and Nelly Hite, orphans of Jacob Hite for a security of 100,000 lbs of tobacco. Note: Taverner is reported to have been the son of his wifes stepmother. He was appointed guardian of his siblings: Charles Beale, Frances Beale, Elizabeth Beale and Anne Beale - Nov 1767 Orange Co., VA. (Ref: William Everett Brockman - Orange County Virginia Families, 1956, p. 78). In May 1776, Taverner was with the Continental Army, as a 1st Lt &Quarter Master of the 8th Virginia Regiment, under Col. Mulhenburg. By 1778, Taverner is reported to have been living in the vincinity of Clifton Forge, Shenandoah Co., VA. (Ref: Ruth and Sam Sparacio \'Virginia County Court Records - Deed Abstracts of Orange County, Virginia (1778-1786), 1986, p. 3) It is reported that after the Revolutionary war, Tavener went south to the Carolina\'s to ransom his mother and sisters from the Indians. Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=flager&id=I06599
Note
Event: Guardianship 17 AUG 1779 Berkeley Co., (then VA.) WV. Note: Tavener was made guardian for George and Nelly Hite, orphans of Jacob Hite for a security of 100,000 lbs of tobacco. Note: Taverner is reported to have been the son of his wifes stepmother. He was appointed guardian of his siblings: Charles Beale, Frances Beale, Elizabeth Beale and Anne Beale - Nov 1767 Orange Co., VA. (Ref: William Everett Brockman - Orange County Virginia Families, 1956, p. 78). In May 1776, Taverner was with the Continental Army, as a 1st Lt &Quarter Master of the 8th Virginia Regiment, under Col. Mulhenburg. By 1778, Taverner is reported to have been living in the vincinity of Clifton Forge, Shenandoah Co., VA. (Ref: Ruth and Sam Sparacio \'Virginia County Court Records - Deed Abstracts of Orange County, Virginia (1778-1786), 1986, p. 3) It is reported that after the Revolutionary war, Tavener went south to the Carolina\'s to ransom his mother and sisters from the Indians. Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=flager&id=I06599
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Various sources have ascribed Elizabeths birth between 1732 and 1753. It is reported that the instant Elizabeth recieved the obligation to care for Aaron and Farncis Johnston (the offspring of Bryant O\'Bannon) in her grandfathers will of 1761, according to Elizabeth Dehuff. Ref: Colonial Families of the United States of America, Vol. IV, George Norbury Mackenzie, LLB, 1966 reports that the instant Elizabeth receieved deeds to the estates of his father Jacob at the time of Jacob\'sremoval to South Carolina. One source suggests that Elizabeth\'s Will was probated in Orange Co, VA in 1773, where its also suggested that she died. An additional source re. Elizabeth is: Author: Louise Pecquet du Bellet - \'Some Prominent Virginia Families\', Vol.4, Lynchburg, VA: J.P. Bell Company, 1907; p. 358. Elizabeth is mentioned in the1776 will of her brother John O\'Bannon Hite. Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=flager&id=I32904