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Please, help me find these three: Alexander Beebe, Alexander Thomas Beebe, and Thomas Alexander Beebe of Great Addington, Northamptonshire, England and all of them were born in the 1500s, therefore, can anyone help me find out about these three men.

Known as the: John Beebe, Jr. was born 1560 in Broughton, Northamptonshire, England. John Beebe who immigrated to this country in 1650, died on shipboard, aboard the SS Speedwell, and left a will that named all of his children. Have done 13 years Research and have been told that Thomas Beebe 1535-1662 is the first Beebe, however there is no path leading to his name. Would really like to be able to find out who was the earliest descendant. So, I can lead my children and grandchildren on a clear path to their ancestry.

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on 2013-11-15 22:06:04

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by rosiesblossoms on 2013-11-17 13:31:27

im not sure if this is what your looking for but hope it may help
thomas alexander beebe born 1516-1626
born great addington ,northampshire, eng died in bermondsey,surrey
his wife was sarah elizabeth,and elizabeth
hope this is of some help to you

by rosiesblossoms on 2013-11-17 13:48:41

alexander beebe 1540-1624
born same place as above he married elizabeth hull[1555-1633]they had a daughter named alice born 1606-1657
also there is another alexander beebe[ he is the son of thomas alexander beebe
john he was born 1570-1638
second alexander [johns father was born 1535-1561
hope this helps

by rosiesblossoms on 2013-11-17 13:51:42

if you go to this site it will give you photos of some of them .just type in there name .where they are from and the names will come up i have just found this site also its very helpful this is how i found the above info for you
site is mundia .com
hope this helps with your search

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