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From: "Charles Onken" <>
Subject: Holton Bean
Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2000 17:57:34 -0500
References: <200003221018.CAA03083@bl-14.rootsweb.com>


Amy and Teresa,
Following is a print out from Family Origins on the family of Holton Bean.
His brother, Richard Rufus, was my great-grandfather. Holton and three of
his brothers and their father fought in the Civil War with units from Iowa.
Would be glad to exchange more detailed info.
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Descendants of Lemuel S BEAN - 22 Mar 2000
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FIRST GENERATION

1. Lemuel S BEAN was born in Windsor, Windsor County, Vermont.

Lemuel S BEAN had the following children:

+2 i. Richard Lemuel BEAN.



SECOND GENERATION

2. Richard Lemuel BEAN was born on 5 Jan 1808 in Windsor, Vermont. He died
on 16 Jan 1869 in Nashua, Chickasaw, Iowa. He was buried in Oak Hill
Cemetery, Nashua, Chickasaw Co., Iowa.1 Served in Civil War in Company C
6th Iowa Cavelry. Enlisted Sept. 22 1862 at Camp Hendershot, Iowa,
Discharged April 21 1863 with rank of Private. Buried In Oak Hill Cemetery,
Nashua Iowa, Block I0 Lot 23 Grave No. I. Was member of GAR George W S
Dodge Post #132 Nashua, Iowa.
(Tombstone says age 64 at death...would indicate birth in 1805 instead of
1808)


Sarah COOK2 was born in 1812. She died on 1 Aug 1895 in Nashua, Chickasaw,
Iowa. She was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Nashua, Chickasaw Co., Iowa.1
Richard Lemuel BEAN and Sarah COOK had the following children:

+3 i. Henry BEAN.
4 ii. Levi L. BEAN1 was born in 1837 in New York. He died on 30 Jul 1863
in Corinth, Mississippi. He was buried in Union Cemetery, Corinth,
Mississippi. Served in Civil War in 7th Iowa Infantry. Enlisted July 18
1861, Mustered in July 24 1861. Killed by guerillas while foraging July 30
1863 at Corinth, Mississippi. Buried in Union Cemetery, Corinth,
Mississippi. Section 501, grave 7.
+5 iii. Richard Rufus BEAN.
+6 iv. George Willard BEAN.
+7 v. Francis Lucinda BEAN.
8 vi. Holton BEAN was born in 1849 in St Lawrence County, New York.
+9 vii. Lemuel Luellan BEAN.
+10 viii. Helen BEAN.
+11 ix. Andrew BEAN.



THIRD GENERATION

3. Henry BEAN1 was born on 11 May 1831 in St Lawrence County, New York. He
died in 1915 in Nashua, Chickasaw, Iowa. He was buried in Oak Hill
Cemetery, Nashua, Chcikasaw Co., Iowa. Served in Civil War as a member of
Company B 7th Iowa Infantry. Entered service July 8 1861 at Burlington,
Iowa. Discharged July 23 1864 at Chattanooga, Tennessee with rank of
Private. Buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Nashua, Iowa Block B Lot 37 Grave I.

Charlotte HALL1 (daughter of Hiram HALL and Jane BOYLE) was born on 15 Aug
1846 in Wisconsin. She died on 24 Jan 1917 in Nashua, Chickasaw, Iowa.
Henry BEAN and Charlotte HALL had the following children:

+12 i. Iverne BEAN.
+13 ii. (Unknown) BEAN.
+14 iii. Margaret Harriet BEAN.
+15 iv. Katheryn (Kitty) BEAN.
+16 v. John Daniel BEAN.
+17 vi. Grace BEAN.
+18 vii. Edith BEAN.
19 viii. Edward BEAN was born on 18 Feb 1881.
+20 ix. Erma BEAN.
+21 x. Louis P. BEAN.

5. Richard Rufus BEAN1 was born on 18 Sep 1838 in St Lawrence, New York
State. He died on 18 Mar 1928 in Bradford, Iowa. He was buried in
Greenwood Cemetery, Nashua, Iowa. Served in Civil War as a member of
Company G 27th Iowa Infantry. Entered service August 15 1862, at Camp
Franklin, Iowa. Discharged August 8 1865 at Clinton, Iowa with rank of
Private. Listed as a member of George W. S. Dodge GAR Post No. 132, Nashua,
IA in 1902.



He was married to Mary Ellen RIPLEY (daughter of Joseph RIPLEY and Laura
SUTTON) on 15 Jun 1861 in Floyd Co., Iowa. Mary Ellen RIPLEY was born on 4
Apr 1842 in Ohio. She died on 17 May 1916 in Bradford, Iowa. She was
buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Nashua, Iowa. Richard Rufus BEAN and Mary
Ellen RIPLEY had the following children:

+22 i. Hurtha Galena BEAN.
+23 ii. Charles Levi BEAN.
+24 iii. Hattie BEAN.
+25 iv. Sarah Ann BEAN.
26 v. Ida Elverta BEAN was born on 24 Feb 1872 in Bradford, Chickasaw,
Iowa. She died on 22 Apr 1880 in Bradford, Chickasaw, Iowa. She was buried
in Greenwood Cemetery, Nashua, Iowa.
+27 vi. David Joseph BEAN.
+28 vii. Camella Mae (Millie) BEAN.

6. George Willard BEAN1 was born on 16 Mar 1841 in Pottsdam, St Lawrence
County, New York. He was buried in 1928 in Cedar Rapids, Linn, Iowa.1
Obituary as published in Cedar Rapids Gazette & Republican, January
16, 1928:
George W. Bean, 86, a veteran of the Civil War and a resident of Cedar
Rapids for forty years, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ed Jones, 610
10th Ave., at 4 p.m. Sunday after a lingering illness. Mr. Bean was born in
Pottsdam, N. Y., March 16, 1841. Previous to his coming to Cedar Rapids he
was a resident of Nashua. He served three years as a private in Co. G 27th
Iowa Infantry. His first wife died in 1912. Besides his second wife,
Phoebe Stanley Bean, he is survived by four children, Robertes, Russell,
Mrs. Henry Jackson and Mrs. Ed Jones, all of Cedar Rapids. He also leaves
three brothers, Richard and Andrew, both of Nashua, Holton of Oneida, two
sisters, Mrs. F. L. Hicock, Waterloo, Mrs. Helen Schrieber, New Hampton,
eight grand children and eight great grandchildren. Mr. Bean was a member
of the G.A.R. Post at Nashua. Funeral services will be held in the home of
his daughter, Mrs. Jones, at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in the family
lot in Oak Hill Cemetery. He died on 15 Jan 1928 in Cedar Rapids, Linn,
Iowa. Served in Civil War in Company G 27th Iowa Volunteer Infantry.
Entered service on August 1, 1862 at Nashua, Iowa. Discharged August 8 1865
at Clinton, Iowa as a private. Listed as Honorably Discharged in the 1902
roster of George W. S. Dodge GAR Post #132. Nashua, IA.

George Willard BEAN and Phoebe STANLEY had the following children:

+29 i. Robertes BEAN.
+30 ii. Lis BEAN.

He was married to Angeline PARKER (daughter of Ackley PARKER and Roxanna
THOMPSON) on 10 May 1862 in Nashua, Chickasaw, Iowa. Angeline PARKER was
born on 19 Aug 1843 in Linn County, Iowa. George Willard BEAN and Angeline
PARKER had the following children:

+31 i. Anne BEAN.
+32 ii. Russell BEAN.

7. Francis Lucinda BEAN was born in 1843 in New York. She died in Nashua,
Chickasaw, Iowa.





9. Lemuel Luellan BEAN was born on 22 Apr 1852 in Lansing, Michigan. He
died on 6 Dec 1917 in Cedar Rapids, Linn, Iowa.

He was married to Esther M. CLEVELAND (daughter of Samuel Ansley CLEVELAND
and Jane PARKER) on 22 Jan 1873 in Nashua, Chickasaw, Iowa. Esther M.
CLEVELAND was born on 23 Feb 1856 in Nashua, Chickasaw, Iowa. She died on 8
Sep 1940 in Chickasaw Co., Iowa. Lemuel Luellan BEAN and Esther M.
CLEVELAND had the following children:

33 i. Glenn BEAN.
34 ii. Hershal B. BEAN was adopted. Adopted.
+35 iii. Frederick Ainslee BEAN.
36 iv. Myrtle BEAN was born on 6 Feb 1876 in Nashua, Chickasaw, Iowa. She
died on 7 Nov 1879.
+37 v. Samuel Levi BEAN.
+38 vi. Helen Jane BEAN.
+39 vii. Richard Lemuel BEAN.
+40 viii. James Arrin BEAN.
+41 ix. Clyde Dell BEAN.
42 x. Jay W. BEAN died on 3 Nov 1863 in Cedar Rapids, Linn, Iowa. He was
born on 10 Jan 1896 in Cedar Rapids, Linn, Iowa.
43 xi. Nina Fisher BEAN was born on 14 Jul 1910 in Nashua, Chickasaw, Iowa.

10. Helen BEAN was born in 1855 in Lansing, Michigan.



11. Andrew BEAN was born on 12 Mar 1857 in Nashua, Chickasaw, Iowa. He
died on 6 May 1944 in Nashua, Chickasaw, Iowa. He was buried in Oakhill
Cemetery, Nashua, Chickasaw, Iowa.

He was married to Anna Sophia PARKER (daughter of Charles PARKER and
Elizabeth DAVIS) on 12 Jun 1883 in Charles City, Floyd, Iowa. Anna Sophia
PARKER was born on 20 Jun 1865 in Nashua, Chickasaw, Iowa. She died on 16
Oct 1943 in Nashua, Chickasaw, Iowa. She was buried in Oakhill Cemetery,
Nashua, Chickasaw, Iowa. Andrew BEAN and Anna Sophia PARKER had the
following children:

+44 i. Pearl Elizabeth BEAN.
+45 ii. Guy BEAN.
+46 iii. Holton BEAN.
+47 iv. Leonard Dennis BEAN.
48 v. Robert BEAN was born on 18 Jun 1903 in Nashua, Chickasaw, Iowa. He
died on 4 Apr 1925 in Nashua, Chickasaw, Iowa.
+49 vi. Almeda BEAN.
SOURCES

1. State of Iowa Commision of Veterans Affairs.
2. IGI film card at Mormon Church.



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