Christmas greetings. I have not been able to come up with anything more of a meaningful nature on the Crisp side, except that there were quite a few Vincent Crisps in Coventry, Warwick. (My g-g-grandfather was William Vincent Beard). May not mean anything. They all date from way back.
However, I note that the William Beard born Sandhurst 1811, who I think could be my g-g-g-grandfather, has a sister Mary Gwinnett Beard born 1806. I presume Gwinnett is a variation on Gwenneth, which is a very traditional name among our Beard family here in Oz (in fact it's Mum's sister's name), along with Phoebe and Marion/Marian. (My Mum was supposed to be called Phoebe, being the eldest girl, but her Mum put her foot down.) Anyway, I think this is another blow in favour of the Sandhurst Beards. Sorry I can't give you any more. Also apologies for taking so long to reply, but we spend a lot of time out bush - no Internet - no electricity come to that, except for what we generate on our solar panels, so only get to genealogize when we are in the big smoke.