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151 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Harris Almon Beals
 
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Harry Afton Beals
 
153 Harry was born with cataracs and required assistance all his life. Harry Stanley Beals
 
154 "Seven young men were out in a boat on Lake Tupper near Brookfield, N.S. fishing and on return the boat swamped and two men, Eldridge Burk and Havelock Beals, both of Brookfield were drowned". The May 13, 1878 issue of the Daily Telegram of Saint John, N.B. Havelock Beals
 
155 Don Beals says Hazel was born Mar 8, 1934. Hazel Virginia Beals
 
156 Helen Beals graduated from Acadia University in 1919 with a B.A. degree and the following year studied for the Certificate in Library Science at Simmons College in Boston. On completion of that course she became librarian at the Episcopal Theological School in Cambridge, Mass., a position she held for five years. In 1926 she returned to Nova Scotia and for the next 18 years was the assistant librarian at Acadia. She spent the academic year 1944-45 at the University of Toronto pursuing graduate studies in art and archaeology. In 1945 she was appointed head of the Department of Art at Acadia and held that post until she retired in 1963.

Helen was a gifted artist (her mother was also an artist) and an excellent teacher. In recognition of her exceptional contribution to the advancement of art in the Annapolis Valley and through the maritimes, the government of Nova Scotia presented her with a Cultural Life Award in 1981. In 1987 she gave almost 200 of her water colours to the Acadia Art Gallery.
 
Helen Dorothy Beals
 
157 Year of birth: 1871 census says 1843; Gravestone says 1841. Henrietta Beals
 
158 The 1881 census shows "Charlton" (75) living with Susan (Amelia)(35), his daughter and Ida (14) perhaps her daughter.
The 1891 census indicates Henry C. Beals was living with his daughter Abigail Young and her family 
Henry Charlton Beals
 
159 Herbert and Augusta were first cousins. Herbert Beals
 
160 [BWBeals:] After much study, it is my opinion that this Howard G. Beals b.1897 in Vermont is one and the same person as Howard George Beals b.1887 in Nova Scotia. For my rationale, please see the documents "Both Howards are the Same Person.pdf" as well as "Two Howard Beals.pdf". However, the decendants of this Howard G. Beals supposedly b.1897 in Vermont disagree with my opinion based on their personal knowledge of their ancestor. Howard G. Beals
 
161 [BWBeals:] After much study, it is my opinion that this Howard George Beals b.1887 in Nova Scotia is one and the same person as the Howard G. Beals b.1897 in Vermont. For my rationale, please see the documents "Both Howards are the Same Person.pdf" as well as "Two Howard Beals.pdf". However, the decendants of the Howard G. Beals supposedly b.1897 in Vermont disagree with my opinion based on their personal knowledge of their ancestor. Howard George Beals
 
162 Howard was killed in action in France during WW1. Howard L. (LeRoy) Beals
 
163 Mr. Beals was engaged to be married prior to entering the war. Mr. Beals died of a bomb explosion injuring his shoulder and hip. His fiancee never married and lived in the USA. Howard L. (LeRoy) Beals
 
164 He was killed in a train accident at age 35. Hugh Blackburn Beals
 
165 Hugh was a brakeman for the Boston and Albany RR, which ran between Boston MA and Albany NY. He accidentally fell from a train and was run over by a switching engine, sustaining multiple injuries. Hugh Blackburn Beals
 
166 Ira died at age 4 months and 14 days. Ira Beals
 
167 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Irwin Beals
 
168 Annapolis Spectator says death date was May 13, 1898

Some time after 1845 he joined his brother Stephen in Erin, Ontario and married there. In 1867 the family moved to Peck, Mick. (about 75 miles northwest of Sarnia, Ont.) 
Isaac Beals
 
169 Isaac and Catherine were first cousins. They were married by Rev. Stephen Bamford. Spurr notes say they were married Dec 25, 1820.

Isaac obtained his land by way of his father's will and no doubt had occupied it for a number of years. It was described in the will as "the eastern side of my farm". Isaac and Catherine had five children, three sons and two daughters. One son, Nehemiah, lived in Nictaux and the other two, John Strong and Isaac, were farmers in Inglisville. 
Isaac Beals
 
170 Isaac was known as "Ike" and also as an "herb doctor".
Isaac and Mary were married by Rev. Wesley Beals.
They lived on the Percy Connell place.
Mary's parents lived in Port George, Annapolis Co., N.S. 
Isaac Beals
 
171 They lived in North Brookfield, Queens County, N.S. but in 1884 they moved to Blaine Maine. Isaac Beals
 
172 Date of death in Annapolis Township Book - April 1, 1820. Jacob Beals
 
173 He was known as "Lower Jacob" because he lived at the foot of the south mountain while another Jacob, son of Elijah, lived on the mountain in Inglisville. Jacob L. Beals
 
174 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jacqueline Elizabeth Beals
 
175 He and Hannah were married by Rev. N. Vidito.
Spurr notes say he was born 13 Jan, 1815. 
James " Priestly" Beals
 
176 An alternate marriage date is June 6, 1923. James "Gordon" Beals
 
177 Lewis and Janetta moved to Massachusetts in 1887. Janetta Maud Beals
 
178 G. Hersberg's obit/memorial to fellow astronomer Carlyle Smith Beals says the Janitza was adopted on page 40 of the FRS publication. Janitza Beals
 
179 Her daughter Ruth was born out of wedlock. Jennie was 17 years old and died six days after giving birth. Ruth was adopted by a Trautvetter family. Jennie May Beals
 
180 Jessie and Thadeus were first cousins. Jessie Clyde Beals
 
181 John and Lucy were 1st cousins.

He came to Milford, N.H. 1n 1891 from Temple, (N.H. ?). He lived on the farm formerly owned by Joseph Colbur, Jr. in the south part of town. 
John Beals
 
182 Cooper and Nancy were married by Rev. Sampson Busby.

He was the baby of the family and was commonly called "Cooper". (A Methodist itinerant minister named John Cooper was in the area in 1791. In his will Abel bequeathed the west side of his farm to his youngest son. Cooper married Nancy Clark on January 18, 1828 and 20 days later their first child was born. Nancy's mother was Abel's second wife and it would be easy to assume that she lived with the family. They had eight children, 3 sons and 5 daughters who all married and lived in the area.
 
John "Cooper" Beals
 
183 In 1890 John was a buttermaker in Wilton, N.H. He moved from Wilton to Milford in 1894. He was a carpenter there and lived in Milford Springs. John Cooper Beals
 
184 John's middle name may have been "Edward". John Edwin Beals
 
185 John and Sarah were married by Rev. N.Videto.

They lived on the Ernest Hirtle place in Inglisville.

Being senile at age 91, he left the house in his underwear on a cold night, curled up in a sleigh behind the barn and frose to death. He was living with his youngest daughter and her husband, Euphemia and John Hatt. 
John Strong Beals
 
186 In 1871 John was living in Lakeville, Conn. John Wesley Beals
 
187 Headstone in the Whitman Cemetery says that death date was 1902. Johnson " Howard" Beals
 
188 He was known as "Harris". Joseph Harris Beals
 
189 G.W.Beals says they were married in 1915. First child was born Jan. 1914. Joseph Henry Beals
 
190 Josephine's uncle, Elijah Minot Beals was a witness at the wedding. Josephine and John were married by Rev Parker Josephine Beals
 
191 In October, 1807, Joshua bought 200 acres of land from his father. This land was situated in what is now Inglisville and therefore he had the distinction of being one of the first settlers of what was then known as "Beals Mountain". Joshua and Rebecca had two sons and seven daughters. Two of their grandsons (sons of Isaac) emigrated to Blain, Maine and their descendants still live there and in Massachusetts. Their other son, Stephen, and his descendants lived in the Middleton (Annapolis Co.) area. Joshua Beals
 
192 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Joy Arden Beals
 
193 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Judith (Judy) Beals
 
194 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kathryn Evelina Beals
 
195 Lamert spent some time in jail once for selling a thousand dollars worth of apples which he took from an orchard belonging to someone else. Lamert Beals
 
196 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Laura Marion Beals
 
197 The 1881 census shows Lavinia's husband as Phiness. In The will (1411) of Minard C. Beals her husband is recorded as Thomas. Lavinia Beals
 
198 He was Known as "Lyle". Lawrence" Lyle" Beals
 
199
 
Leona Maude Beals
 
200 Leonard served in the US Civil War, Company F of the Maine 13th Division Leonard Martin Beals
 

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