I'm not family, but have been studying the family for someone else.I have found a page someone has typed up from a Beckwith Family Reunion record.It says Ransom and Anna first settled at Burtville, PA, near Sartwell Creek in April 1812.Then they moved to Bishop's Summit near Clermont, PA., in 1814.Ransom and Anna were married April 25, 1812.Ransom was born Oct. 25, 1791 and died May 5, 1869, age 78 years.Anna P. was born July 11, 1798, and died June 11, 1888, age 90 years and 11 months. Their 14 children were as follows: 1. Delight Sawyer . 7/12/1813 d. 1888 2. Jabez Corkinsb. 7/31/1815 d. 1900 3. Ransom Jr. b. 12/7/1817 d.11/20/1908 4. Samuel Palmer b. 1/27/1820d. 3/4/1904 5. Simion M.b. 5/6/1822d. 1898 6. John Lymanb. 6/10/1824d.? 7. Mary Ann Catherine b. 2/18/1827 not married d. 6/9/1906 8. Asher Merrel b. 9/18/1829 not married d. 7/21/1863 9.Joel Bishopb. 11/27/1831d. 10/10/1914 10. Olive Lucretia b. 4/12/1834d. 9/15/1856 11. Nathaniel Folsom b. 8/2/1836 12. Thankful Ormanda b. 12/15/1838d. ? 13. Daniel Easterbrook b. 5/1/1841d. 9/18/1924 14. Mary Reed (adopted)d. 8/27/1943 It goes on to say that Ransom with two brothers (presumably Daniel and Simion) were on their way to settle in Ohio.At a stopover called the Crossroads in Steuben Co., NY, they met a party including the 14 year-old Anna Palmer.Ransom made a 3 day stop over.he and the talented singer Anna were married, came down in to Penna. at Sarwell Creek where the old Beckwith Homestead is now located and the above family were perhaps born.later they moved to Clermont. Ransom Beckwith went West after the War of 1865 to take up a homestead in Nebraska.he died and was buried there.Anna Palmer Beckwith came home and made her home with her children and was buried on Sartwell Creek.Ransom Beckwith's mother, ormand Merrel, who after the death of her husband Jabez Beckwith died, married Hon. Joel Bishop, is buried at Clermont, Penn.Ransom Beckwith, son of Jabez and Ormanda, was born in Herkimer Co., NY.Anna Palmer was born in Lake George, NY. Hope this helps someone. Also in the article are marriage dates of the above children, an obit of Asher Beckwith, killed in the Civil War, after being wounded at Gettysburg, and a letter from Civil War soldier Samuel , dated 1864.