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Courage through diversity : the family history of the descendants of James and Benjamin Beyea, two brothers who were born in the 1730's in or near Mamaroneck, Westchester County, New York ; believed to have been grandsons of a Huguenot martyr from LaRochelle France, and who came to Saint John, New Brunswick as United Empired Loyalists in 1783 ; the subsequent mystery of the disappearance of Benjamin's family and of the settlement of James' family in Kings and Saint John counties, New Brunswick, where most of his descendants live today


Description
Statement of Responsibility:
by John B. Beyea
Author:
Beyea, John Beverley, 1936-
Media Type:
Text
Genealogical Resource
Item Types:
Family histories
Books
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 5-7) and index
Publisher:
John B. Beyea
Place of Publication:
Fredericton, NB
Collation:
ii, 167 p. : ill., maps
Date of Original:
c1978
Subject(s):
ID Number:
929.2 Beyea -B 1978
Language of Item:
English
Copyright Statement:
Please note that as The Ontario Genealogical Society does not hold copyright on these materials, we are unable to reproduce and/or supply copies of any of the Family Histories in our Collection.
Location of Original:
Toronto Reference Library, Humanities and Social Sciences
Contact
The Ontario Genealogical Society
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

2100 Steeles Avenue West, Unit # 202
Concord, ON L4K 2V1

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Courage through diversity : the family history of the descendants of James and Benjamin Beyea, two brothers who were born in the 1730's in or near Mamaroneck, Westchester County, New York ; believed to have been grandsons of a Huguenot martyr from LaRochelle France, and who came to Saint John, New Brunswick as United Empired Loyalists in 1783 ; the subsequent mystery of the disappearance of Benjamin's family and of the settlement of James' family in Kings and Saint John counties, New Brunswick, where most of his descendants live today