Beaman Branch 1 Family Tree

Includes Beaman, Campbell, Caspersen, Ferguson, Fussell, Glass, Lively, O'Hara, & Zilker Family Members

Details

Details

Introduction To The Details About This Family Tree

This Details page provides information about:
Family Member Name Substitutions
Family Member Color Codes
Text Color Codes
Icons & Symbols
Location Descriptions
Documentation
Contact Email


Family Member Name Substitutions

Living substitutes for the name of living family members for privacy reasons: List.
Their biographical details are excluded from the tree.

[UnknownS] substitutes for any deceased family member's unknown surname: List.
For reference purpose he(she) also has a Descriptive Name that ties him(her) to another family member.

[UnknownG] substitutes for any deceased family member's unknown given name: List.
For reference purpose he(she) also has a Descriptive Name that ties him(her) to another family member.

[UnnamedG] substitutes for the given name of any family member without a given name: List.
He(She) also has an Alternate For Given Name obtained from the death certificate, gravestone, etc.



Family Member Color Codes

The family members in the grandparental & step-grandparental lines of Niels George Beaman & Gloria Lively with the surnames:
Beaman
Campbell
Caspersen
Ferguson
Fussell
Glass
Lively
O'Hara
Zilker
along with the family members with unknown surnames are color coded in the charts & lists with these colors:



Text Color Codes

Text displayed in this color are links to other pages in this website.
Highlighted text are displayed in this color, but the text are not links to other pages in this website.



Icons & Symbols
There is a  icon at the top of each family member's biographical page.
Click once on the icon to open a window containing a 3 generation ancestor chart & listings of siblings, spouses, & children in the tree.
Click once on any family member displayed in the window to open his\her biographical page or click once again on the icon to close the window.

A icon on a deceased family member's biographical page indicates he(she) was a veteran of the United States of America Armed Forces.
Clicking on the icon will open this list.

If there is a icon for an event in a family member's biographical page, clicking on the icon will open an exhibit for that event.

A + symbol to the right of a child listed in the Family section of a family member's biographical page indicates the child has children in the tree.

Color coded tree icons listed in the table below are for the grandparental & step-grandparental lines of Niels George Beaman & Gloria Lively.
The display of any of these tree icons to the right of a family member's name indicates the family member is a descendant of the corresponding ancestor.
Hovering the mouse cursor over the tree icon will open a small tooltip box with the ancestor's name:

Descendant of Dexter Beaman, the earliest generation Beaman family member in the tree.
Descendant of Benjamin F. Campbell, the earliest generation Campbell family member in the tree.
Descendant of Johan Jensen Caspersen, the earliest generation Caspersen family member in the tree.
Descendant of John Ferguson, the earliest generation Ferguson family member in the tree.
Descendant of Nicholas Fussell, {Sr.}, the earliest generation Fussell family member in the tree.
Descendant of Johann Michael Glass, the earliest generation Glass family member in the tree.
Descendant of Thomas Lively, the earliest generation Lively family member in the tree.
Descendant of John H. O'Hara, the earliest generation O'Hara family member in the tree.
Descendant of Anthony Zilker, the earliest generation Zilker family member in the tree.


Location Descriptions In The United States of America

Each location is described by using a standardized series of 4 jurisdiction levels.
The 4 jurisdiction levels are listed in order from the smallest jurisdiction level to the largest jurisdiction level:
city (or town), county (or parish), state (or territory), country.
Each jurisdiction level is separated by a comma.
A - symbol substitutes for a missing or unknown jurisdiction level for a location.
A + symbol indicates no jurisdiction at a level for a location.
U.S.A. is the abbreviation for United States of America.

Location Descriptions Outside The United States of America

There are a few locations outside the United States of America.
Each location is also described by using a series of jurisdiction levels listed in order from the smallest jurisdiction level to the largest jurisdiction level.
Each location series though is not standardized for the number of jurisdiction levels & types of jurisdiction levels.
These location descriptions are a work-in-progress.



Documentation

Nearly all of the family members' details are confirmed with documents in hand.
The few details without documents in hand for confirmation are enclosed using brackets "{ }".
Currently the only details where this clarification occurs are the cases where:
a father & son share the same name & there are no documents showing the father used "Sr." as a name suffix & the son used "Jr." as a name suffix.
In these cases, to distinguish between the father & son in the database, the "{Sr.}" name suffix has been added to the father's name & the "{Jr.}" name suffix has been added to the son's name.



Contact Email

Please use the email address below for questions, additions, corrections, or document requests.