Sunday, September 26, 2010

SNGF - Come Sunday Afternoon

Again I'm late with the SaturdayNight Genealogy Fun challenge issued by Randy Seaver over at GeneaMusings.

Here's Randy's challenge:

Hey, genealogy readers and champions - it's Saturday Night - time for more Genealogy Fun!

Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to:

1)  Pick one of your ancestral lines - any one - patrilineal, matrilineal, zigzag, from a famous ancestor, etc.  Pick a long one if you can.

2)  Tell us which position in the birth order that your ancestor was in each generation.  For example "third child, first son."  Also list how many children were born to these parents.

3)  Share your Birth Order work with us on your own blog post, in a comment to this blog post, in a comment on Facebook, etc.

 Well, that didn't look like a ferocious challenge, so I've stepped into the waters:

Cynthia Ann Beane [1959...]- first born child of Walter and Lois Beane. Four children total.

Walter Maxwell Beane [1937...]-  13th child of John Monroe Bean and first for his wife Mary Elizabeth Faudree. 15 children total.

John Monroe Bean - [1866 - 1954] sixth born child of William McHarvey Bean and Margaret Smith Perkins. Eight children total.

William McHarvey Bean - [1832 - 1890] 12th born child of William Bean and Rachel Wiseman. 13 children total.

Rachel Wiseman - [1790-1856] 4th born child of Joseph Wiseman and Elizabeth Bateman. 11 children total.

Joseph Wiseman - [1759-1836] First born child of Isaac Wiseman and Elizabeth Davis. 11 children total.

Isaac Wiseman Jr. - [1738-1818] First born child of Isaac Wiseman Sr. and Mary Marshall. 10 children total.

Isaac Wiseman Sr. - [1700-1779] First born child of Thomas Wiseman and Elizabeth Renberg. Eight children total.

Thomas Wiseman - [1680-1716] Son of Thomas Wiseman Sr. and Mary Morlon. Unknown if any siblings.

1 comment:

Marcella said...

My husband is believed to be a descendant of Thomas Wiseman. What other information do you have on this family? All of the research that we have done leads back to Thomas and Elizabeth Quadling.