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201 Leslie moved to Flint, Mich. with his father in 1915. Leslie Burton Roosevelt Beals
 
202 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lewis Beals
 
203 At one time Lewis and Caroline also lived in Bill Town, Kings Co., N.S. and Worchester, Mass. Lewis Handley Beals
 
204 She was the Asst. Post Mistress at Stratham, N.H. Lillian Beals
 
205 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lincoln Henry Beals
 
206 An alternate date of birth is Sept 28, 1839. Louise Beals
 
207 "Spurr notes" say she was born Feb 2, 1853.
 
Lucy " Sophia" Beals
 
208 per GWBeals' research, Lucy and Charles Walker moved to Michigan about 1917.
But, there's a border crossing record that states it was 1925. 
Lucy Jane Beals
 
209 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mabel Beals
 
210
 
Margaret Estella Beals
 
211 Martha was adopted. She was two days old when found on the door step. Martha and Joseph McKim had 6 children Martha Alice Beals
 
212 Spurr notes says she was born Dec. 10, 1815. Mary Beals
 
213 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mary Ellen Beals
 
214 Mary and George were married at the home of her brother, William.
Mary was adopted by Arod and Margaret. 
Mary Emma Maxwell Beals
 
215
 
Mary Helen Beals
 
216 Are Mary L. Beals and Nelly Beals one and the same person? Mary L. Beals
 
217 Maurice passed away on Wednesday November 15, 2017 in Farmington, Maine from natural causes with family and friends around him. Maurice Wendell Beals
 
218 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Melody Elizabeth Beals
 
219 Micah and Jerusha had children. Micah Beals
 
220 1901 census says Milledge was born Sept 6, 1857. Milledge Beals
 
221 The Bishop genealogy says Minard and Emeline were married Dec 10, 1853.
They were married by Rev. I.E.Hall.
Rev. Thomas Handley Chipman was a Baptist minister at Bridgetown and in 1809 the first minister at Nictaux. He died there in 1830.
According to the 1881 census, the following were living with Minard and Emeline:
Marietta Bishop, age 18, daughter of Judson W. and Louisa Craft (Beals) Bishop. In 1883 she married William A. Chute.
John Hatt, age 14, who, in 1889, married Euphemia S. Beals.
Elizabeth Stephens, age 50. 
Minard Chipman "Deacon" Beals
 
222 This Earl Beals (who married Edith Muxlow) was the youngest son of Albert (son of Samuel). However, there is another Earl Beals, who married an Edith Muxlow, who was the youngest son of Samuel. There are different dates associated with the two set of people. Were there in fact two Earls and two Ediths or is the information incorrect? The source is the genealogy prepared by George Washington Beals and his work has sometimes proven to be unreliable. Morgan "Earl" Beals
 
223 Nehemiah and Emily were first cousins. They were married by Rev. A.McNutt.
They lived in Nictaux across the street from the Methodist church. The "Wesleyan" of Sat., 1 Nov 1851 says they were married on the 20th of October. 
Nehemiah Beals
 
224 Are Nellie and Mary L. Beals one and the same person? Nellie Beals
 
225 Nelson died from Typhoid Fever. Nelson Rinford Beals
 
226 According to Susan Sonju, Owen married Olive Marguerite Sproule. Owen Willard Beals
 
227 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Pamela Joyce Beals
 
228 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Paul Edgar Beals
 
229 Two of Jane's 7 children predeceased her Percilla Jane Beals
 
230 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Philip Beals
 
231 Philip graduated from Acadia University with a BS in 1909. He enlisted in World War 1 in 1916 as a machine gunner and was killed during the bombardment of Triangle before Lens. Philip Sydney Beals
 
232 Rachel and Boyd lived on the eastern part of her father's land south of the South Williamston road and Boyd eventually bought the 88 acres in 1808. This property was sold to John Warner (husband of Elizabeth Kent, daughter of Zarah and neice of Abel Beals by marriage) about 1824. A quotation from Mary F. Kendrick's history of Springfield "Down the Road to Yesterday" follows:

"In..... 1824, Mr. Boyd MacNayr brought his wife and children to their new home. Mrs. MacNayr rode on horseback holding her three months old baby in her arms while another small child sat in the saddle with her. Mr. MacNayr walked beside the horse guiding it along the rough forest trail that extended from Lawrencetown to Grinton's Settlement, a distance of twenty-five miles. They arrived on Lunenburg Road on April 14, 1824".

In 1824 Rachel was 41 and Boyd 45. Without a doubt they were very courages pioneers. They were the parents of fourteen children, 6 sons and 8 daughters. The two youngest were born in Springfield, one living only one day. The three months old baby referred to above died five months after they arrived. Many of their descendants still live in Springfield. Rachel died at the age of 90. 
Rachel Beals
 
233 Unmarried. Randolph Beals
 
234 She was the grandmother of Clyde Morse. Rebecca Ann Beals
 
235 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Richard Beals
 
236 "Spurr notes" say he was born in 1857. Richard Douglas Beals
 
237 "Spurr notes" say he was born Oct 6, 1842. Richard Douglas Beals
 
238 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Richard Leon Beals
 
239 Robert and Mary Ann lived in the "Ed Beals" house.
1901 census says Robert was born Mar 19, 1843. 
Robert Beals
 
240 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Robert Beals
 
241 The 1901 census finds Robert with his family and father living in Pt.Edward/Sarnia, Ontario. Robert Beals
 
242 Hardy and Edith lived in Providence, R.I. and Fayville, Mass. Robert " Hardy" Beals
 
243 Robert and Dorothy were divorced sometime in the late 50's or early 60's.
Robert died "a long time ago". 
Robert Gordon Beals, II
 
244 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Robert Gordon Beals, III
 
245 Robert went to the U.S.A. at the age of 12. Robert Hanley Beals
 
246 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Roy William Beals
 
247 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ruth Beals
 
248 Nancy Bennett, Ruth's niece, says she died Sept 8, 1927.
 
Ruth Ellen Beals
 
249 In 1871 he bought a small lot of land at the corner of Highway 2 and Nictaux road. Sampson Beals
 
250 He worked on the family farm and then in ship building at Bear River, Annapolis co., N.S. About 1845 the family moved to Erin, Wellington Co., Ontario where he was a bailiff for the newly formed district. He was living in Grand Valley in 1953. In 1867 he, his brother Isaac and their families moved to Peck, Michigan (about 75 miles northwest of Sarnia, Ont.) where land was becoming available to settlers. Samuel Beals
 

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