Hi Barbara, I did a search of the old NEHGR's for you and found nothing where a Bagley from Orlando's line connected to a Bean.It might have something to do with the fact that Orlando was a Town Clerk in Waterborough and several of the Bean family were living there as well.They might have been friends or neighbors etc. I did find however find several other Bagley mentions in the Waterborough VR's. Also Orlando Bagley became a freeman on Dec.24, 1690 and he was listed as of Amesbury, MA at the time.He took the Oath of Allegiance in "Eamesbury" (Amesbury) on Dec. 20, 1677. From the Early Settlers of Old Norfolk it says Orlando Bagley - Amesbury - 1655 - wife Sarah, daughter of Anthony COLBY 1669.Orlando married Sarah Colby in 1642.Bagley and wife still living in 1661.
From the Early Settlers of Salisbury, MA I found the following - Anthony COLBY died Dec. 11, 1660 he married Susanna ______. Children - Isaac, Rebecca, Mary, Thomas, Sarah who married Orlando Bagley - and it gives a date of March 6, 1653. ???
From the Waterborough, ME VR's John Bagley, Jr. and Miss Theodate Chase both of Waterb. were married March 28, 1829 by Orlando BAGLEY Justice of the Peace. It says - Recorded by me Orlando Bagley Town Clerk. On their Intent to marry dated Dec. 20, 1828, John's name is the same but Theodate's is shortened to just Miss Data Chase. John and Theodate had the following children: Anstres Bagley born May 20, 1830 Ransel b. Jan. 29, 1832 Vienna b. Feb. 11, 1837 Orlando b. March 9, 1837 and Flavilla BAGLEY b. March 22, 1840. all births recorded by Joseph CHASE - Town Clerk (prob. related to Theodate).
There is also a John Bagley, Jr. and Lovey LORD both of Waterb. who filed their Intent to marry on Sept. 19, 1801. They married in Dec. 1801 by the Rev. Henry Hobbs.
Also as a matter of possible interest to you...from the NEHGR - Emmigrants to America from Liverpool (Liverpool being only a port of departure as these Numerous folks on this list were from all over...England, Scotland and Ireland etc.) I found a John BAGGELY who was apprenticed to William WEBSTER his self for 4 years - delivered on March 21, 1697.
Also on this very same list I found Alexander SINCLAIR of Glasgow who was a servant sent to Virginia in the ship LOYALTY whose Capt. was Henry BROWN Commander - Oct. 19, 1698. On this ship with him was John Carneagee of Aberdeene in Scotland also to serve 4 years.
Hope some of this is helpful to you.Wish I could have found some Bean's connected to Bagley's for you. I'll keep my eyes open.