Note: Moved from Connecticut to New York in 1835. Deed: From Isaac Briant to Almon Beecher, November 9, 1841, Book #7 page 330 Chemung County town of Catharine - Dix Chemung - west half of lot #20 in the south west section of township # two, of Watkins & Flint purchase 28 acres in all.
Deed: from Lanus W. Holmes to Almon March 29, 1841 Book #6 page 440 and 441 Chemung County, the East part of Lot #23
Corning Democrat, September 15, 1870: DEATH OF ALMON BEECHER, ESQ. - We are required to perform the mournful duty of announcing to our readers the death of Almon Beecher, Esq.- He died at his residence in Beaver Dam, in this County on Saturday last the 3rd, from Dropsy of the heart, having reached the age of 64 years and one day. Mr. Beecher was one of our oldest and best citizens, having spent thirty or more years of his life in this immediate vicinity, and many in and out of this county will join in sincere sorrow at his death.
Watkins Express, September 8, 1870: Mr. Beecher was one of the oldest and best known citizens of the area, having spent 30 or more years of his life in the immediate vicinity. He was born in the state of Vermont and we believe resided there in early life; but as many as 30 years ago we knew of his residing at Rhodesport; whence he soon removed to the village of Havana and from there to Beaver Dams where with steady, honorable industry as a farmer he thereafter procured for himself and family a comfortable living...At the time of his death and for at least a year before, he held the position of Crier of the Court for this County.
1830 United States Census: Hinesburg, Vermont: Almond Beecher shown with one male aged 10-15 yrs, one male aged 20-30 yrs and one female aged 20-30 yrs.
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