I looked and I don't have any William Beasley's.
Here are some other Dias data besides the ones in my original query.
(1) This is a PA Thomas DIAS/DYAS who married Elizabeth Dillon:
Notes for THOMAS DIAS:
1790 Thomas Dyes, your Co. PA 2 male, 1 female, no slaves
1800 Thomas, Dias, Westmoreland, PA 1 male, 1 female
1820 Thomas, Dias, Indiana Co. PA, West Wheatfild
(2) Several spellings I found on Dias,Dyart,Dyas, Diess, Dies, Dais, Dyess
(3)Other information I found on the name Dias
The name Dias is derived from the Spanish Diegues, which means son of Diego.
Diego should be Tiago (which is James for the English speaking or Jacques, for
the French, or Giacommo for the Italian, which at the end goes back to Jacob)
(4) 1790 PA, Philadelphia Co. found a Joseph Diar, 1 son, 6 female
(5)From the Abstracts of Franklin's Penn. Gazette, 1728-1748 Dias, Moses, near the Gap, pen.:
(6) Maryland marriages, 1634-1777
Rebecca Dyas, married Thomas Hutchings, Feb. 4, 1741, 2 TA-174
Eliza Dyar, married James Greene, July 26, 1727, 1 PG-286
Jane Dias married Mark Hargidon, Aug, 5, 1719, 2-TA-90
(7)ST. Michael's & Zion Church, Philadelphia, PA
Dorothea L. Dies, married Simon Freysbach April 7, 1752
Michael Deis, married Anna Sophia Opp. July 9, 1754
Jacob Deiss, married Dorothea Schmidt, May 15, 1769
(8) Maryland Calendar of Wills
Francis Dias was Testamentary of Peter Lemaire's will in Calvert Co. Maryland
Oct. 9, 1693, March 31, 1694
(9)Sitefinder U.S. Places Names Database
Dias, PA, Indiana Co, Dias Creek, Cape May, Maryland
(10) 1910 CAMBRIA CO. PA
Dias, Raney (?) 32 married 7 years born PA. Margareet 25, Devore 7,Opal M. 6,
Blain D. 3, George W. 11 mo. & Ulzlr, Lesle- bro-in-law, who are they?