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From: "Ray & Ellie Andrew" <>
Subject: RE: Currituck
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2000 07:24:48 -0800
Thanks, Donna; I kept forgetting to respond :-) And you know what I want to
know even more? Where did the Beasleys come from originally? Were they
English? And *when* did they get to the Outer Banks?
BTW, Donna, it looks like I'll be there after June 17. Maybe we should have
an Outer Banks Family Reunion--everyone welcome, regardless of family ties
as long as they are Outer Banks family ties. Wouldn't that be great fun??
> Barbara...I'm not Ellie, but Ellie and I have found out we share the same
> great-great-great grandfather. I am researching information on Samuel
> Beasley household. My great-great grandmother was Affa (Alpha or Orpha)
> Beasley. Her son was Bailey (Baly or Baley) Beasley. Samuel's second wife
> was Lydia, and they are listed on the 1850 Roanoke Island census.
> I'm going
> to come out to North Carolina in June and try to find more. I was there
> last year, but the person who was helping me just kind of blew me
> off when I
> got there. Any help you have would be greatly appreciated.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: [SMTP:]
> > Sent:Friday, March 17, 2000 11:53 PM
> > To:
> > Subject:Re: Currituck
> > Ellie,
> > I have an early Currituck Book that lists quite a few Beasleys. I would
> > be
> > happy to do a lookup for you if you like.
> > I am searching for early Coopers or Cowpers.
> > Barbara Cooper McGee
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