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HUSBAND

George Bean (1)
Parents George Bean, Ann unknown (19)
Born  
Died 1866, Delaware Co., Ohio (1)
Buried  
WIFE Susannah Carr (1)
Parents  
Born  
Died 1867, Delaware Co., Ohio (1)
Buried  
Married  
CHILDREN 7 children total (1)
John Bean (1) 2nd of 7 (1)
Hiram Bean (28)

 

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RECORDS
1826 Auditor's List (28)
100AC, value $171
1830C Scioto Twp., Delaware Co., OH (28)
1 M 5-10; 1 M 10-15; 2 M 15-20; 1 M 40-50; 1 F under 5; 1 F 5-10, 1 F 10-15; 1 F 15-20; 1 F 30-40
1840C Scioto Twp., Delaware Co., OH (28)
1 M 50-60; 2 M 15-20; 1 F 40-50; 1 F 20-30; 2 F 10-15
1850C Scioto Twp., Delaware Co., OH (28)
2294-2304 George, 60, VA; Susanna, 58, VA; Benjamin, 27, OH; ;Rebecca, 20, OH; Susanna, 9, OH
1850AG (28)
150AC Improved; 39AC Unimproved; value land $2835; value farm machinery $75; 5 horses; 6 milch cows; 3 other cattle; 20 sheep; 22 swine, value live stock $315; 40bu wheat; 800bu corn; 100bu oats; 40lbs wool; 40bu potatoes; 200lbs butter;130lbs maple sugar; home manufacture $25; value animals slaughtered $90
1860C Scioto Twp., Delaware Co., OH (28)
917 George, 70, VA; Susannah, 70, VA; Minerva, 25, OH; Mary OH
OCCUPATION
Justice of the Peace; Scioto Twp., Delaware Co., OH (28)
MILITARY
None found.
KNOWN RESIDENCES
bef. 1817; Hardy Co., VA (28)
abt. 1817; Ross Co., OH (28)
abt. 1819; Scioto Twp., Delaware Co., OH  (1)
IN THE NEWS
None found.
BIOGRAPHY
George and Susannah were both natives of the "Old Dominion."  There they married and removed to Ross Co., Ohio where they remained for about two years, and then came to Delaware Co., Ohio and settled on Mill Creek in Scioto Township.  The parents were energetic and it was not long before they had an area of ground cleared.  They became quite "well-to-do" for the period and area.  They remained on this land until their death.  Around 1880, the original cabin built in 1819 was known to be standing and was probably the oldest building in the county still standing. (1)
RESEARCH CONCERNS & ISSUES
None found.