Here is information from "The Clan MacBean in North America, Volume II" by Joseph S. Bean:
"Susan Bean b. 3/13/1801, Bean Creek, Franklin Co., TN, d. 1838, Mulberry, AR, m. 1820, Henry Anderson Quesenberry d. 5/27/1841, Ft. Smith, AR, a brother of William Minor Quesenberry and a son of John Quesenberry. (Names in the Quesenberry family are used over and over again from one generation to the next.)"
"William Minor Quesenberry, b. 8/21/1822, Ft. Smith, AR, d. 9-6-1888, Neosho, MO, m. 12-10-1847, Washington Co.,AR, Adaline Parks (from the same family as Nancy Parks who m. Mark Bean).William was a noted artist in Arkansas and especially in western Arkansas.He was known as "Cush" because the correct pronunciation of the name is "Cushenberry," the "Q" sounding like "Cu."Some of his works are shown as being painted by "Bill Cush."It was Bill who did the portrait of Richard Henderson Bean, which today hangs in the home of his grandchildren in Lampasas, TX."Bill Cush" served in the Mexican War as a quartermaster under Archibald Yell, and in the Civil War under Albert Pike.Returning to Fayetteville, AR after the war, he became Associate Editor of The ARKANSIAN and cartoonist for the Boudinot's Chain of Newspapers.He was a nephew of Mark and Richard Henderson Bean, and a brother-in-law as well, having married Adaline Parks, a sister of both Nancy and Mary Jane Parks who m. Mark and Richard Bean.All of his and Adaline's children were b. in Fayetteville, AR."
Steve, the children are listed, but I don't know if you already have that information; let me know if you need it.Also, the Clan MacBean has a website, www.clanmacbean.org (or .net, double-check it on Google).