Elizabeth Hancher

Elizabeth Hancher
B: ?    
D: ?    
M: John Crumley

M: Richard Beeson

Elizabeth Hancher     [ID 15938] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view: Ahnentafel View

She married John Crumley, Nov 21 1812, Frederick County, Virginia.1  (Jan 20 1812).2,3  (Jan 21 1812).4  John was born about 1788, William Crumley & Sarah Dunn.2  


Sarah Crumley.

John died about 1814.  On Sep 12 1814 Elizabeth was appointed guardian of Sarah Crumley, daughter of John Crumley, deceased.5  

She then married Richard Beeson, Dec 7 1819, Frederick County, Virginia.1,3,6  


Lewis R. Beeson, born c1836, Harrison County, Ohio.
Richard Y. Beeson.

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  1. Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850; http://www.ancestry.com.
  2. Posting Jul 14 2004 by "NancyL" () to CRUMLEY-L.
  3. RootsWeb WorldConnect data by Lloya Hall ().
  4. LDS IGI, citing: member submission.
  5. RootsWeb WorldConnect data by Lloya Hall (), citing:
    Berkeley County, Virginia, Guardian Bond Book 2, p. 196.
  6. Posting Jul 14 2004 by Ken Crumbly () to CRUMLEY-L.

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