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Re: Dr. William Pope Yeaman 1832---1911
Posted by: Robert King (ID *****9076) Date: August 29, 2009 at 23:44:59
In Reply to: Dr. William Pope Yeaman 1832---1911 by brian futrell of 13

My Yeaman family is a different one than the one you are tracing. However, in 1914, members of my Yeamans corresponded with those who were related to Dr. William Pope Yeaman. The result was a genealogical chart that went back to Dr. William Pope Yeaman's great-grandfather identified as a Moses Yeaman b. 1747. This Moses Yeaman lived in New Jersey and Ohio and married Sarah C. Clark. They had 7 children: Nancy, SAMUEL COURTLAND, Harvey, Lydia, Jemima, Sarah, and Rachel Yeaman. Samuel Courtland Yeaman (b. 1772) lived in Ohio and by his 1st wife Priscilla --- had 9 children: John, STEPHEN MINOR, Cassandra, Otha William (b. 1802), Emily, Amanda, William, Harvey, and Priscilla Yeaman. Samuel Courtland Yeaman 2nd married to Mary and had a 10th child, a son Samuel Yeaman (b. 1827) by her. Stephen Minor Yeaman lived in Indiana and Kentucky and had 6 children: George H., John H. WILLIAM POPE, Harvey, Malcolm, and Caldwell Yeaman. William Pope Yeaman married (name not given) had 8 children: Stephen, John, Luretia, Popie, Sarah, Elizabeth, Samuel, and Ida Yeaman. Stephen Yeaman is then listed as the father of 3 children: Marshall, Stephen, and Pope Yeaman. No dates are given for any of these people other than what I included. Some of the older biographical/genealogical histories include some of the Yeamans who are connected to this family.

I hope this helps a little. Again, this is not my Yeaman family so I really know little about these people.


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