Note: Jacobus, Donald Lines, Families of Ancient New Haven, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1981, plus Additions and Corrections.
Note: Stevens, Harriet W.W. Waldhams Genealogy. Frank Allaben Genealogical Company, New York. 1913.
Note: United States Census Information: 1810 Lyman Beecher shown with one male under 10 years of age; one male aged 26-45, one female under ten years; one female aged 26-45
Other Beechers noted in the same census: John Beecher: shown with one male aged 16-26, one male aged 45 and up, one female aged 16-26; one female aged 26-45; and one female aged 45 and up.
John Beecher Jr. shown with one male aged 10-16; one male aged 26-45; and one female aged 26-45
United States Census Information 1830: Lyman Beecher shown with one male person aged 15-20, one male person aged 50-60; one female aged 15-20; and one female aged 40-50
Also shown 1830: Austin Beecher shown with one male aged 10-15; one male aged 20-30; one male aged 40-50; females aged under 5; 5-10; 10-15; 15-20; and 40-50 Hervey Beecher shown with males aged under 5; two aged 5-10; and one aged 40-50; females aged 10-15, two; and one aged 30-40
Austin and Hervey (Harvey) were Lyman's brothers
"Deacon Lyman Beecher, a good man, a very respectable inhabitant, kind neighbor, came to his death by the accident of falling from a load of hay, the team going down a steep pitch in the road, the wagon passed over him, broke one of his legs and otherwise wounded him that he died the ninth day after the accident which was the 18th day of April, 1842." Leonard E. Carpenter, The Town of Hinesburg, Vermont (privately printed, 1961), quotes Erastus Bostwick who lived to a very advanced age and in his ninties reminisced about early life in the town. p.18
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