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An American Family History

Enos Beach

 

Enos Beach was born on May 26, 1748 in Woodbury, Litchfield County, Connecticut. He was the son of Enos Beach and Ann Squire.

He married Esther Hurburt.

Annie Beach (1791),
Stephen Beach (1792, married Anna Belle Glazier),
Enos Beach (1793, married Betsy Seeley, daughter of Justus Seeley),
Sally Beach (1798)
Harriet Beach (1800)
Joseph Beach (1802), and
Elizabeth (Nicy) Beach (1807, married Peter Mott).

Enos died about 1851 in Elizabethtown, Leeds County, Ontario.

 

 
 

Elizabethtown
The fourteenth day of October in the fifty seventh year of the reign of our sovereign Lord George the third - 1817

The King vs Enos Beach
Blasphemy

1. Alexander Campbell
2. Samuel Steel
3. Jonathan Fisher
4. Robert Martin
5. William Lamson, Jr.
6. John Elbla
7. Baptiste Popere
8. James Lamson
9. Mathew Main
10. John Martin
11. Job Bishop
12. Calvin Throop

Witnesses for Prisoner
Walter Davis
Robert Earl
Thomas Kipley
Samuel Halliday
Samuel Kilborn
William B. Faris
Jemima Davis
Nathaniel Ketchum
James Briant
Grace Warren

The Jury find the Defendant Enos Beach Not Guilty.
Witnesses for Prisoner

Archulas Farneur
James Carley
Amasa Wood

George III ruled Great Britain from October 25, 1760 to January 29, 1820.
     
 

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