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Family Sheet

Name: Samuel Beebe Note Born: 23 Jun 1633 at Broughton, , Northamptonshire, England Married: 1662 at Plumb Island, , , Suffolk NY USA Died: Father: John Beebe Jr. Mother: Rebecca Ladd
Name: Mary Keeney Born: 1639 at New London, , , CT Died:
Name: Mercy Beebe Born: Died:
Name: Samuel Beebe Born: 1660 at New London, , , CT Died:
Name: Susannah Beebe Born: Abt 1663 Died:
Name: William Beebe Born: Abt 1665 at New London, , , CT Died:
Name: Agnes Beebe Born: Abt 1667 at New London, , , CT Died:
Name: Nathaniel Beebe Born: 1668 at New London, , , CT Died:
Name: Ann Beebe Born: Abt 1672 at New London, , , CT Died:
Name: Jonathan Beebe Born: 19 Aug 1674 at New London, , , CT Died: Wife: Bridgett Brockway
Name: Mary Beebe Born: Abt 1678 at New London, , , CT Died:
Name: Thomas Beebe Born: Abt 1682 at New London, , , CT Died:
1). BIOGRAPHY 2 DEC 1651 Land was granted to him in New London, CT. Note Note Samuel twin to Thomas, and was baptized with him at Broughton, England, 23 June 1633. He came to New England in 1649 with his brother John. He lived briefly in Gloucester, MA but then removed to New London, CT where land was granted to him 12 2 1651 as well as several times afterwards. In 1708 he testified that he and his brother made the fence to Mr. Winthrop s ox pastue sixty years since. This expression is understood tomean about sixty years as he could not have been in new London earlier than the summer of 1650. A deed is recorded in NewLondon, and dated 8 May 1716 from Mary Beebe, then resident of Colchester, andrelict of Samuel Beebe, late of New London, deceased, and conveyed to Samuel Fox of New London, for a valuable sum of money, land in New London, originally granted to William Keeney. He probably moved from Plum Island and died there early in 1712 as administration was granted on his estate, 6 April 1712, tohiswidow, Mary and his son Samuel of Southold, Long Island. The Genealogy by Clarence Beebe names a first wife, Agnes Keeney, which is believed to be in error.Search does not reveal any such person other than Mary Keeney s mother, the wife of William Keeney. It appears that Clarence Beebe merely repeated the incorrect information provided by Frances M. Caulkins, who earlier wrote the History of New London. New London Probate Record A 620 , rejected the will of Samuel Beebe of New London, dated 10 Nov. 1702, mentions wife Mary executor , sons Samuel, William, Nathaniel, Jonathan, and Thomas Beebe daughters Agnes, Susannaand Mercy. His daughter Mary was not mentioned, although Mary dec d was mentioned in the distribution of her father s estate.


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