"Speights Bridge was the township wherein some early Census were taken. I do not have a list of the Civil War battles waged in Greene County. I didn't get Mr. Edge's contact information.
Perhaps Mr. Edge could give me a list of cemeteries…"
"Yes, my sister posted this Bible. I think a couple of the dates may be a little incorrect. But it shows Edmund Beaman d. 5 Mar 1824. States his wife is Pamela. I want to know where Noah is buried and more about Noah's wife Nancy Ann Brand.…"
I am also interesed in learning where Noah Beaman and Nancy Ann Brand (his wife) might have been buried. Noah died 5 Mar 1824 and Ann died 21 Sep 1822. They lived in the Speights Bridge township of Greene County. I can prove their marriage and thirteen children from a Bible in the possession of my uncle. I have a copy. Any trace of where Noah's likely father, Edmund Beaman, might have been buried would be appreciated, too."Thank you for any assistance.See More
"Thank you, I did that and was able to see the Beaman name. I would love to be able to do some research in wills and estates but live in Colorado so it is impossible for me to physically go to these places. I have to depend on the interent.
"Thank you for your reply. I think that Noah could be the brother of Jeremiah. I have seen where Edmund Beeman had 7 children: John Cotten Beaman, Robert Prentiss Beaman, William P. Beaman, Jeremiah Beaman, Jethro Beaman, Edmond Beaman and Noah…"
Who is Noah Beaman's Father? My Noah married Nancy Ann Brand and had 13 children. He died May 5, 1824. I believe his Father was Edmund. who could have been married to Sarah ? or Pamela? He could have been the brother of Jeremiah. He lived in Greene County NC and at least one of his children, John R. Beaman is buried in the Herring Cemetery near Appie, NC. If you can help me find Noah's ancestors I would be most appreciative.
"Who is Noah Beaman's Father? My Noah married Nancy Ann Brand and had 13 children. He died May 5, 1824. I believe his Father was Edmund. who could have been married to Sarah ? or Pamela? He could have been the brother of Jeremiah. He lived in…"