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From: "kathy e." <>
Subject: Re: [BECK] Beck Pennsylvania 1780's
Date: Sat, 26 Jun 2004 11:48:05 -0400
I believe John C. was originally in Northampton / Lehigh County before moving to Lancaster and the Cumberland Valley .
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From: Barbee Hodgkins<mailto:>
Sent: Saturday, June 26, 2004 11:32 AM
Subject: [BECK] Beck Pennsylvania 1780's
Has anyone done a survey on the Beck's in Lancaster County PA?
I am searching for John Christian/Christopher Beck born 1787 in that
area. I would like to make a list of all the Beck's residing in
Lebanon county, Chester County and Lancaster.
The 1790 Census lists 37 Beck families in Pennsylvania. Does anyone
know how many in Lancaster Co?
On Wednesday, June 23, 2004, at 11:17 AM, Darren King wrote:
> I'm new to the list, and have a simple question concerning the Becks
> in Pennsylvania.
> Is it generally accepted that all (most?) Becks in Pennsylvania in the
> later 1700's were descendents of the Johann (Yahon) Heinrich Beck and
> his sons that settled in Northampton County from the Alsace region in
> the mid 1700's?
> I'm researching a Beck line that I've dead-ended at with a Cyrus Beck
> (1810-1880). He moved to Baltimore County in the mid-1800's from
> Pennsylvania, possibly the Lancaster county area I've been told. In
> the first few US census there are quite a few Beck households there
> but without a full listing there are a number of families that could
> be his parents.
> If I knew that Yahon was the root of the Beck tree, at least I could
> try working forwards to Cyrus from his sons.
> Or does anyone have this a Cyrus born in 1810 in their tree that could
> help me out?
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