Ida Beach Burial: April 1959, Hurd Cemetery,lot 224 Orleans, Ionia Co., MI Louia Hall Burial: August 1963, Hurd Cemetery Annex, lot 224, Ionia Co., MIspouse: >Hall, Louis A. (<1881 - 1963)
James Beach/Beech was buried September 1885, Wheeler Cemetery, Ionia Co., Michigan. His descendant information is being researched by Mary Gentry (e-mail: mary@@clnk.com) (Oct 1999)spouse: >Bement, Mary E. (1835 - 1921)
Tirzah Beach is buried under the name of Terese R. Beach. She died on Feb 15, 1861 at the age of 1 year and was buried in Plot 3 (same as her parents) in Wheeler Cemetery, Orleans, Ionia County, Michigan. (Source: Mary Gentry, Oct 1999)
Burial: December 1919, Hurd Cemetery Annex, Ionia Co., MI Medical Information: cause of death: Interstitial Nephritisspouse: >Cole, Mary Jane (1861 - 1920)
John Beaufort, Earl of Somerset, K.G., afterwards Marquess of Dorset, Lord High Admiral of England.spouse: >Holland, Margaret (>1396 - )
For the fifty-one descendants of Abigail Beaumont and James Mason refer Broderbund World Family Tree, Volume 7, Pedigree #3895; and Volume 11, Pedigree 2598.spouse: >Mason, James (1759 - 1820)
spouse: >Kitelinger, Hiram Hunter (1867 - 1929)
Buried in Prairie Cemetery, Fennimore WI. Place died from "Highlights of Times Review" indexed by Cheryl Lemanski, 4 Dec 1907 issue.
Charles Griswold Beaumont was a harness maker and coal dealer.spouse: >Pratt, Mary (1822 - 1898)
CHARLES HENRY BEAUMONT attended the private school of Miss Harrison, the public school, and Hartford High School, and took a course at Hannum's Business College. He went to Nebraska in November, 1887 where he became a prominent financier. In 1888 he organized the Madrid Exchange Bank at Madrid, Nebraska. He became President of the bank and retained that position for eighteen years; and was still active there about 1913. In 1905 he organized, and was elected president, of the Commercial State Bank of Elsee, Nebraska in which bank he still interest in about 1913. He was elected State Bank Examiner for Nebraska in January 1905, which office he held for six years. On 7 Jan 1911 he organized the Nebraska State Bank of Lincoln, the largest bank in Nebraska at that time, and was elected Cashier and occupied that position about 1913. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 342)spouse: >Nash, Grace Evangeline (1867 - >1912)
Daniel Beaumont was an early settler of New York's Champlain region north of Plattsburgh. He was "fanatically" Federalist (anti-Jeffersonian) according to his family. He was a Revolutionary War veteran wounded at Princeton. He was a town clerk for Champlain in 1807.spouse: >Murdock, Lois (~1763 - )
DEBORAH BEAUMONT had no issue to survive.spouse: >Gilbert, Thomas (1658 - )
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 8, Ed. 1, Tree #2913, Date of Import: 30 Apr 1997]spouse: >Day, Mary Elizabeth (1836 - 1898)
LIVED IN NEW YORK AND WISCONSIN 
Info from Meredith Bakken.
EDMUND BUCKLEY BEAUMONT may have had two or three children, names unknown.spouse: >Church, Elizabeth Hart (~1814 - 1913)
ELIJAH BEAUMONT, while a young man, served in the War of 1812 as a member of a company of riflemen from East Hartford (Source: Connecticut in the Revolution and War of 1812). Later he became a man of large affairs in his native town; he and his sons establishing a formidable combination in the business of supplying ship timber and fire wood, and their success was more than ordinary. As a business man and farmer, he was one of the foremost in Hartford County, and one of the pioneer tobacco growers in the Connecticut Valley. Honorable and upright in acts, he was unassuming in manner, and a man of few words. He and his wife celebrated their fiftieth anniversary of their marriage, with eight of their children present. (Source: Bement Chronicles in America, 1928, p. 155)spouse: >White, Electa (1794 - 1875)
ELIZABETH BEAUMONT had ten children, through whom came a number of distinguished descendants. The Chapman descendants are researched on the Brøderbund World Family Tree, Volume 4, Pedigree #3959.spouse: >Chapman, John (~1645 - )
Information on Fear Alden's children can be found under DAR 250818. [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #3963, Date of Import: 26 Apr 1997]spouse: >Doud, David (1776 - 1858)
FREDERIC ELLSWORTH BEAUMONT, before reaching his majority, was engaged in the banking business with his brother, Charles Henry Beaumont, at Madrid, Nebraska, where he remained until 1911. He then became one of the Vice Presidents of the Nebraska State Bank at Lincoln, and still held that position about 1914. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 343)spouse: >Beemer, Luree (1882 - >1914)
HENRY GEORGE BEAUMONT continued the family business of ship timber, that his father founded, throughout his life. He was first a junior partner in the firm, and after the withdrawal of his next older brother, and the death of his father, as sole representative thereof, and always with marked efficiency. He was also extensively engaged in tobacco raising and general farming. In his various business enterprises he accumulated a handsome property, both real and personal. Both he and his wife are interred in the Beaumont family plot in Center Burying Ground, East Hartford, Connecticut. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 238)spouse: >Norton, Jane E. (1830 - 1900)
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #3963, Date of Import: 26 Apr 1997]spouse: >Alden, Fear (1755 - 1836)
One of five brothers: William, Samuel, Oliver, Daniel who served in the Revolutionary War. He had four sisters also: Sarah, Anne, Lydia, and Abigail. Occupation: Shoemaker and hunter. Family Bible is in the possession of Mrs. Ana Stevens, at least in 1969, widow of Andrew S. Stevens, son of Lydia Beaumont Stevens, Johnstown, Ohio. Revolutionary War records 1775-78, list him as a PVT., Col. Durkee's Regt. About 1812 arrived in St. Albans Township, Franklin Co., VT. (or what it would be in 1813) with family, traveling with Peter Stevens and his son, Justice, both from Luzerne Col, Pa. He lived on a farm which stills bears his name. Later it was purchased by Perry Smoots or Roy Wills. People that knew him referred to him as a "NIMROD". In 1813 the township was organized and the first election was held at the house of S. Carpenter, Sr. The first trustees were Isaiah Beaumont, Peter S. Stevens, and David Drake. First clerk was Noble Landon. The township was named by Landon for his native place, St. Albans, Franklin County, Vermont, and at this election they received the consideration, which was four gallons of whiskey, and this seems a liberal allowance, as there was but seventeen electors.
JAMES WHITE BEAUMONT was an importer of teas and spices. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 156)spouse: >Crockrell, Sarah J. (~1829 - 1859)
JOHN BEAUMONT (1-1) was born about 1612 in Yorkshire County, England, the third of six children of Thomas and Jennet (Stafford) Beaumont. Thomas was born about 1586, married Jennet Stafford in 1605, and died 9 Dec 1646 in England. It is believed, but not verified, that Thomas was the son of William and Rosamond Beaumont. It is not known if John's oldest brother, or his three sisters, ever came to America.spouse: >???, Mrs. John Beaumont (1616 - >1647)
John and his older brother William (b. about 1608) sailed from the London Customs House on the ship, Elizabeth, on 15 Apr 1635, under William Stagg, Master, bound for New England with eighty or more souls. The records of the London Customs House afford information as to the eighty passengers and show that the ship left England legally; all passengers having been examined touching their conformity to the discipline of the English State Church; all had taken oath of allegiance and supremacy, and there were no subsidy men. Among their fellow passengers were ancestors of Levi Parsons Morton of New York, Senator Isaac Chapman Bates of Massachusetts, and Senator Henry Alden Richardson of Delaware.
He settled first with his brother William at Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts and was granted five acres of land there, 30 Mar 1640. In August 1643, his name appears on the list of men able to bear arms in Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts. The following year he was of Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts purchasing there, 14 June 1644, of Jonathan Brewster, certain books which had formed part of Elder William Brewster's library. Shortly after this he died, leaving a widow and one son. The records of the Salem Quarterly Court show that the widow married one John Tucker, and the son, John, had been placed under the guardianship of Daniel Rea (see note below) of Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts before July 1647. His only son, John, probably shortened the name to Bement and therefore originated it in America.
WILLIAM BEAUMONT, the elder of the two brothers, was of Salem in 1637, and probably somewhat earlier. At that time Salem, though only eleven years old, was the oldest settlement in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, older even than Charlestown and Boston and possibly offered more substantial opportunity to the colonist. The stay of William Beaumont at Salem was, however, not of long duration; marrying Lydia Danforth, he settled at Saybrook - the fort at the mouth of the Connecticut River, overlooking the broad waters of Long Island Sound, and then just united to the Connecticut government. It is believed that William Beaumont (b. 1608) retained the Beaumont name and likely originated the Beaumont name in America. William (1608-1698) married Lydia Danforth (aft. 1625-1686) in 1643 and they had seven children. William's descendants are on record for nine generations through their sixth child, Samuel Beaumont (b.1655). _________________
DANIEL REA (or Rey) was, according to some traditions, a native of Scotland, but this is of doubtful authority. On coming to New England he settled first at Plymouth, where in 1630, he purchased a garden plot of Anthony Annabel, but soon removed to the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and under date of 6 Feb 1631, is mentioned in a letter from Governor Bradford, commending him, with others who had gone from Plymouth Colony, to the favorable notice of Governor Winthrop. He died at Salem Village, afterwards Danvers, leaving an unsigned will. An amicable settlement of his estate was made to his heirs. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America, 1928, pp. 1-10) _________________
Much information is contained in the publication, "Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England", which contains the following excerpts:
JOHN BEAUMONT, who came on the Elizabeth from London, 1635, aged 23, may have lived at Salem 1640, and at Scituate in 1643.
WILLIAM BEAUMONT, Saybrook, perhaps the brother of John, came in the same ship, at the same time, aged 27, married 9 Dec 1643, Lydia daughter of Nicholas Danforth, had Lydia, born 9 Mar 1645; Mary, 12 Nov 1647; Elizabeth 2 Mar 1650; Deborah, 29 Nov (prob.) 1652; Abigail, 20 Feb 1655; Samuel, 28 Feb 1657; and Rebecca, 7 Sept 1659. Lydia, married 3 Feb 1668, (1) Samuel Boyes, and next, 15 Apr 1684, (2) Alexander Pygan; Mary married 3 Jan 1672, John Tully; Elizabeth married 26 Mar 1677, Capt. John Chapman; and Deborah married 27 Sept 1681, Thomas Gilbert, and died 17 June 1683. William was a freeman of Connecticut 1652, his wife, Lydia, died 16 May 1686; and he died 4 Feb 1699. His wife, Lydia, was the only female named among eight grantees of the survivors in the will of Joshua, son of Uncas, the Ind. sachem.
Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England 1860, Boston, Volume I, pp. 96-97 Showing three generations of those who came before May 1692 on the basis of the Farmer's Register with two supplements in four volumes, by James Savage (Former President of the Massachusetts Historical Society and the Editor of Winthrop's History of New England.
Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., Originally Published Boston, 1860-1862 Reprinted with, "Genealogical Notes and Errata," excerpted from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. XXVII, No. 2, April, 1873, pp. 135-139, and A Genealogical Cross Index of the Four Volumes of the Genealogical Dictionary of James Savage, by O.P. Dexter, 1884.
Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1965,1969,1977,1981,1986, 1990
Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number 65-18541 International Standard Book Number: 0-8063-0309-3, Set Number: 0-8063-0795
Married and was a Lawer in the Philippines in 1917. (Source: Letter from Mrs. John Winfield (Cora Bement) Moses, Pittsfield, Maine to J. Granville Leach dated 27 Feb 1917).
JOHN ROWLEY BEAUMONT represented East Hartford in the Connecticut Legislature in 1866. He had no issue. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 155)spouse: >Chalker, Lydia (~1817 - )
Was a stenographer in Boston in 1917. (Source: Letter from Mrs. John Winfield (Cora Bement) Moses, Pittsfield, Maine to J. Granville Leach dated 27 Feb 1917).
Laura Goodrich Beaumont and her husband, Alfred L. Smith, are buried in Rocky Hill, Connecticut. Alfred was a cigar maker. Much of the information on the descendants of this family branch were provided by Janice L. Vars, jlvars2@@iconn.net (Nov. 1998)spouse: >Smith, Alfred Lasher (1817 - 1858)
LEONARD BEAUMONT was married twice and had issue by both marriages. The family record of Mrs. J. Frank Cowles says there was a son, Oliver Bement. (Source: Bement Chronicles in America; 1928, p. 150)spouse: >
Lucius Makins Beaumont was a Justice of the Peace.spouse: >Bulkley, Martha G. (~1817 - ~1885)
LYDIA BEAUMONT married (1) Samuel Boyes, and later was second wife of (2) Alexander Pygan from Norwich in old England. When she died in 1734 the New England Weekly Journal, in reciting her death, said: "she was the first female child born in Saybrook; her mother was a Danforth." She had issue by both marriages, her only child by the second marriage, Lydia Pygan, married the Rev. Eliphalet Adams. (Source: Massachusetts Historical Society Collections, Fourth Series, Vol. 1).spouse: >Boyes, Samuel (~1644 - )
Bement Chronicles in America 1928, p. 5
Died of typhoid-fever contracted at school in New Britain, Connecticut.
Mary Beaumont was as member of WRC #69 Lydia Circle of St. John's Lutheran Church and Ward Ridge Ladies Aid. Lived in Hope, South Dakota and Crawford and Grant Counties in Wisconsin.spouse: >Locke, William Fletcher (>1880 - 1903)
Refer to Broderbund World Family Tree, Volume 8, Pedigree #2913 for descendants of Mary Beaumont and Alonzo Ward.
spouse: >Kitelinger, David (~1863 - )
Buried Prairie Cemetery, Fennimore WI