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Taverner BealeAge: 50 years17061756

Name
Taverner Beale
Given names
Taverner
Surname
Beale
Birth 1706

MarriageFrances MadisonView this family
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Birth of a son
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Taverner “Lawrence” Beale
February 7, 1741 (Age 35 years)
Death 1756 (Age 50 years)

Note
Residence: 28 APR 1753 Orange Co., VA. 3 Event: appointed to Committee to determine location of a courthouse Appointment ABT JUN 1749 Orange Co., VA. 4 Note: History of Orange Co., VA. - June 1749. \"The Court judging the present situation inconvenient to the inhabitants are of the opinion that the court ought to be held near the dividing line of the lands of Erasmus Taylor and Timothy Crosthwait, \" appointed Benjamin Cave, Geo. Taylor, Taverner Beale, Wm. Taliaferro, John Willis, Francis Moore and Henry Downs, or any five of them, to meet and agree on the most convenient place for a courthouse and arrange for its construction, with powerto agree on the manner thereof, and with workmen to erect a prison, pillory, and stocks. The original courts were held in the homes of various individuals until 1728 when the first courthouse was built south of the Rapidan River near Governor\'s (later Somervilles\'s) Ford about four miles downstream from the location of the Locust Grove plantation. Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=flager&id=I06598
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Residence: 28 APR 1753 Orange Co., VA. 3 Event: appointed to Committee to determine location of a courthouse Appointment ABT JUN 1749 Orange Co., VA. 4 Note: History of Orange Co., VA. - June 1749. \"The Court judging the present situation inconvenient to the inhabitants are of the opinion that the court ought to be held near the dividing line of the lands of Erasmus Taylor and Timothy Crosthwait, \" appointed Benjamin Cave, Geo. Taylor, Taverner Beale, Wm. Taliaferro, John Willis, Francis Moore and Henry Downs, or any five of them, to meet and agree on the most convenient place for a courthouse and arrange for its construction, with powerto agree on the manner thereof, and with workmen to erect a prison, pillory, and stocks. The original courts were held in the homes of various individuals until 1728 when the first courthouse was built south of the Rapidan River near Governor\'s (later Somervilles\'s) Ford about four miles downstream from the location of the Locust Grove plantation. Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=flager&id=I06598
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Frances was the aunt of President James Madison. When her husband Jacob was killed in the Indian raid in the area of Greenville, SC., Frances was taken captive along with her daughter Eleanor. Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=flager&id=I41602