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Descendants of Record Of Family Bean


      49. Robert8 Beene (Jessie7, William6 Bean, Sr., William5, John4, William3, William2, Record Of Family1) was born 1779 in Washington County Tennessee, and died Bef. 1847. He married Sally Miller June 01, 1803 in Davidson County Tennessee.

Notes for Robert Beene:
North Carolina Land Grants in the Western Territory Furnished President Jefferson 1791

440 acres in 1782 Washington County, North Carolina on branch of Lick Creek

640 acres on German Creek, 1790, Hawkins County, North Carolina

Pioneer of Arkansas Territory, Run the first Keel boat up White River and established himself at the mouth of Polk Bayou (Batesville) in 1814 (From Penelope Allen's Scrap Book in Lawson McGhee library, Knoxville, Tennessee

More About Robert Beene and Sally Miller:
Marriage: June 01, 1803, Davidson County Tennessee
     
Children of Robert Beene and Sally Miller are:
  126 i.   Harriet9 Beene.
  127 ii.   William Beene, born May 08, 1804 in Tennessee; died March 26, 1868 in Cook County Texas. He married Caroline Reeves; born 1817; died 1854.
  128 iii.   Polly Beene, born 1806.
  129 iv.   Miller Samuel, Beene, born 1807.
  130 v.   Eliza Beene, born 1809.
  131 vi.   Elizabeth Beene, born 1809.
  132 vii.   John R. Beene, born 1813.
  133 viii.   Robert Beene, born 1815.
  134 ix.   Robert T. Beene, born 1820 in Arkansas. He married Nancy Quesenberry.
  135 x.   Jessie Beene, born 1822.
  136 xi.   Richard Beene, born 1823.
  137 xii.   Richard M. Beene, born 1825.
  138 xiii.   Andrew Jackson Beene, born 1830.


      55. Mark8 Beene (Jessie7, William6 Bean, Sr., William5, John4, William3, William2, Record Of Family1) was born 1794.

Notes for Mark Beene:
Mark and his son Richard H. Beene settled in 1817 on the Illinois River near its confluence with the Arkansas where they had located a salt spring. The next year the Beenes obtained from the Governor of Arkansas Territory a license to operate these salt springs. (Sorce: Bean Notes from the Chronicles of Ok.

Mark Beene was hanged in 1862 by Federal Bushwhackers. His grave is in Cane Hill, Arkansas

More About Mark Beene:
Burial: Cane Hill, Arkansas
     
Child of Mark Beene is:
+ 139 i.   Richard Henry9 Beene.


      58. John Hogan8 Beene (John7, William6 Bean, Sr., William5, John4, William3, William2, Record Of Family1) was born Abt. 1778.
     
Child of John Hogan Beene is:
+ 140 i.   John9 Beene, born 1803; died 1850.


      63. Reece8 Bowen (Sarah7 Beene, William6 Bean, Sr., William5, John4, William3, William2, Record Of Family1) He married Mary Moody.
     
Child of Reece Bowen and Mary Moody is:
  141 i.   Wylde Lyde Lathan9 Bowen, born October 22, 1838; died December 14, 1905. He married Mary Emma Jewell June 28, 1877; born July 13, 1858 in Jewell, Hancock County, Ga.; died 1917.
  Notes for Wylde Lyde Lathan Bowen:
Served in the Confederate Army under General Robert E. Lee. He was promoted from Captain to Major in 1861; from Major to Lt. Colonel in 1862, from Lt Colonel to Colonel in 1863, and on the battlefield at Murfreesboro he was promoted to Brigadier General. Bowen served the entire four years of the war.

After the war he settled in Hancock County, Jewel Georgia where he met and married Mary E. Jewell. They became parants of seven children. Marie, Lucile, Mabel, Orlando, Reece, and Marion and Rober E. Lee.

After they married in the early 1890's he built the fanciest Victorian house in Hancock County. A newspaper article in 1898 described it as a Model Country Home. It had a whistling tube through which (Bowan) could communicate with every room in the house, including the observatory on the top. The house called Idyl Wylde towered three and a half stories, had four fronts, a colonnade running entirely around it and balconies on the second story. Each room had an outside entrance and each bedroom had an adjoining bath. The kitchen was equipped with an elevator to the dining room, ventilators over the stoves, and water works. The house burned in the early 1930's but it's tall chimmey's stood at the intersection of highway 16 and the road to Mayfield for many years as a reminder of past splendor.

  More About Wylde Bowen and Mary Jewell:
Marriage: June 28, 1877



      65. Baxter8 Beene (Russell7, William6 Bean, Sr., William5, John4, William3, William2, Record Of Family1) was born 1790, and died 1899 in Hamblen County, Tennessee. He married Elizabeth Sampson. She was born Unknown in Washington County Tennessee.
     
Child of Baxter Beene and Elizabeth Sampson is:
  142 i.   Amanda Jane9 Beene, born 1840.


      67. Joseph8 Beene (Russell7, William6 Bean, Sr., William5, John4, William3, William2, Record Of Family1) was born 1800 in Washington County Tennessee. He married (1) Mary Baxter. He married (2) Mary Sliger January 11, 1824 in Washington County Tennessee.

More About Joseph Beene and Mary Sliger:
Marriage: January 11, 1824, Washington County Tennessee
     
Child of Joseph Beene and Mary Baxter is:
  143 i.   Joseph S.9 Beene, born September 13, 1843 in Tennessee; died November 21, 1912 in Tennessee.
  Notes for Joseph S. Beene:
Served in the Confederate Army- unit unknown



      71. Joseph Russell8 Beene (Russell7, William6 Bean, Sr., William5, John4, William3, William2, Record Of Family1) was born 1808, and died 1868 in Stark Wisconsin. He married Matilda P. Auberry 1830 in Galena Illinois. She was born 1810 in Looxahoma, Mississippi, and died 1889 in Stark Wisconsin.

More About Joseph Beene and Matilda Auberry:
Marriage: 1830, Galena Illinois
     
Children of Joseph Beene and Matilda Auberry are:
  144 i.   Mary9 Beene.
  145 ii.   John Kinnedy Beene, born 1831.
  146 iii.   William Sevier Beene, born 1835.
  147 iv.   Margaret Beene, born 1837.
  148 v.   Sarah Jane Beene, born 1838.
  149 vi.   Dredsil Holum Beene, born 1840.
  150 vii.   George Beene, born 1841.
  151 viii.   Baxter Beene, born 1844.
  152 ix.   Dora Beene, born 1846.
  153 x.   Matilda J. Beene, born 1848.
  154 xi.   Ann Beene, born 1851.


      72. Obadiah8 Beene (Robert7, John6 Bean, Sr., William5, John4, William3, William2, Record Of Family1) was born in Franklin County, Georgia, and died July 28, 1840 in Sweetens Cove, Marion County Tennessee. He married Barbara Heifner 1808 in Marion County Tennessee. She was born March 20, 1791 in Germany, and died December 22, 1841 in Sweetens Cove, Marion County Tennessee.

Notes for Obadiah Beene:
Owned 8 Slaves-5300 acres of land distributed among his heirs. Occupied a hewed log house consisting of 5 rooms and a hall, Work consisted of clearing land building fences,home building. Had 16 Children (3 died in infancy), one slave helped wife, others worked outside. Changed his name from Bean to Beene about 1818
Justice of the Peace for many years in Marion County Tennessee
Obadiah and Barbara lived first in Coffee County Tennessee until 1824

More About Obadiah Beene:
Burial: Bean-Raulston Cemetery, Marion County, Tennessee

More About Barbara Heifner:
Burial: Bean-Raulston Cemetery, Marion County, Tennessee

More About Obadiah Beene and Barbara Heifner:
Marriage: 1808, Marion County Tennessee
     
Children of Obadiah Beene and Barbara Heifner are:
+ 155 i.   Nancy Bean9 Beene, born February 14, 1809 in Coffee County Tennessee; died in Sweetens Cove, Marion County Tennessee.
  156 ii.   Martha "Patsey" Beene, born January 31, 1811 in Coffee County Tennessee; died 1859 in Nashville, Tennessee. She married Eli Tollett.
  Notes for Martha "Patsey" Beene:
Martha died in 1859 in the state hospital for the insane at Nashville, Tennessee

  More About Martha "Patsey" Beene:
Burial: Bean-Raulston Cemetery, Marion County, Tennessee

+ 157 iii.   Samuel Wilson Beene, born July 04, 1813 in Coffee County Tennessee; died November 23, 1894 in Marion County Tennessee.
  158 iv.   Elizabeth Beene, born December 24, 1814. She married Ben McMahan.
+ 159 v.   Owen Russell Beene, born December 10, 1816 in Tennessee.
+ 160 vi.   Mildred Beene, born November 14, 1818 in Sweetens Cove, Marion County Tennessee; died January 28, 1900 in Sweetens Cove, Marion County Tennessee.
  161 vii.   Rhoda Beene, born April 20, 1820. She married Daniel Wilson.
  162 viii.   Sarah Beene, born September 15, 1822. She married Joseph Monroe Wynn.
  163 ix.   Mary Ann "Polly" Beene, born November 01, 1824 in Sweetens Cove, Marion County Tennessee; died November 14, 1877 in Sweetens Cove, Marion County Tennessee. She married Lewis Payne 1840; born September 20, 1819 in Sweetens Cove, Marion County Tennessee; died March 14, 1892 in Sweetens Cove, Marion County Tennessee.
  More About Lewis Payne and Mary Beene:
Marriage: 1840

+ 164 x.   Barbara Beene, born March 28, 1827 in Tennessee; died 1923 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
  165 xi.   Annie W. Beene, born December 09, 1828 in 1839.
  166 xii.   Fannie Beene, born February 06, 1831. She married Daniel Payne.
+ 167 xiii.   Lemuel Jackson Beene, born August 10, 1835 in Sweetens Cove, Marion County Tennessee; died March 13, 1925.



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