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Beckham genealogy : putting together what time has torn apart

Rosmary Beckham
Beckham, Rosemary (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[New Braunfels, Texas : R. Beckham, 1986]
131 leaves : ill., facsims., maps
2nd revision

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Includes index.

Contains direct ancestors of the author Rosemary Bechkam. The daughter of James William Caswell Beckham and Rosa Lee Hulse Beckham, Rosmary was born 20 December 1931 probably in Graham, Texas. She is a descendant of "William Beckam our first proven ancestor in America [who] appears in the early 1720's in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. He married his wife Phyllis in about 1725 probably in Virginia. They moved to Granville, North Carolina around 1746. He appears to have died by 1777. The death date of his wife Phyllis is uncertain. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Florida, Texas and elsewhere.

Includes Beckham, Sneed, Burch, Bell, Bledsoe, Bennett, Ballard, Chandler, Cheves, Duren, Featherstone, Green, Gardner, Harris, Moore, Montfort, Morgan, McMillion, Norris, Ormond, Rainey, Smith, Scoggins, Sterling, Stribbling, Thorn, Westbrook, Williams and related families.

Library has Vol. 1.

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