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Beall Brown Bird early Nelson Co. Ky
Posted by: Gene Bird Date: September 19, 2000 at 13:43:16
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I have tried for several years to sort out those pesky Brown and Beall family alliances. I have had little success. I have Beall and Brown in my tree that I cannot identify. If anyone can help with an ID on any of the following it would be very helpful to me. These families had family ties in Nelson and Washington County, Ky. Possibly in Bullitt County also.

John Beall, Sr. born ca. 1750, married Sarah Unknown and had 3 children that I know of: Cibby, John, Jr; and Mary/Polly Beall. The children married Owens, Stroder and Bennett (my line) respectively, In Washington County, Ky.
Can anyone ID John Sr. or Sarah?

Samuel Brown born ca. 1750-1760 married Jannett/Jane Camron/Cameron and had children:
Archibald C. and John Brown, in Nelson County, Ky. An ID on Samuel would be great.

Edward Bird witnessed a Washington County, Ky. land sale between Benjamin Brown and Walter Beale/Beall in Dec. 1794.
I think Edward may have been related to one or both of these men. An ID on Benjamin or Walter would be very helpful. They may well be related to these other Bealls or Browns. Edward Bird married Nancy Ann Cambron. Perhaps the Beall, Brown connection is through the Cambron family. The connection could also be through one of the other families such as Brothers, Taylor, Barlow or Sapp.

There is a chance that my Bealls and Browns may be related to Frances Beall m. Anthony Brown of early Nelson County, Ky.
Or, does anyone know who my Bealls and Browns are?

Thanks, Gene Bird

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