Posted by: Kenneth Parker (ID *****8332) Date: August 31, 2014 at 17:16:57 In Reply to: Re: Jacob Beeler, land ownership by Evelyn J Herronof 1172
Just as we said.
Not a single word about any relationship to anyone. ***************************************************
Another example of claiming a document states something it does not say. Total nonsense and exactly like the famous "Beeler Family Bible". I don't see a bit of difference.
An amateur attempt to show Jacob Beeler 1750-1843 in a place and time he never was.
We are not even close to anything but your opinion on who Henry Miller sold a tract of land to.
Please show the "double register". It is there and your citation knows it. Jacob to Jacob and the book of Beeler gave it away.
There is proof for Jacob Beeler 1761-1842 as grantee to both Arnwine and Miller. It is that simple. Double register by Jacob Beeler ("s").
Jacob Beeler 1750-1843 did not have a thing to do with the transfers in 1792 and 1794.
Just to recap where we are with Jacob Beeler 1750-1843:
1. Jacob Beeler 1750-1843 is NOT a son of Ulrich and Maria Buehler May 2014.
2. “Beeler Family Bible” aka “Jacob Beeler Bible”, aka “Underwood Bible” has no relationship of Jacob Beeler 1750-1843 to anyone and no relationship shown within the Bible to anyone listed.
3. Jacob Beeler 1750-1843 cannot be found in a single document with the other Jacobs until 1812. He is 62 years old in 1812 and pays no white pole.
4. Jacob Beeler 1750-1843 was not born in Shenandoah Virginia.
5. Ulrich Beeler and George Beeler cannot be proved sons of Ulrich and Maria Buehler. Their “proof” had been the “Beeler Family Bible” that has been the basis of a hoax for twenty years.
6. All references to a Joseph Beeler and Jacob Beeler before 1796 are to sons of John Valentine Beeler 1737-1823. No primary document contradicts that position.
7. Joseph Beeler 1744-1833 and Jacob Beeler 1750-1843 NEVER file a North Carolina Grant for service in the War of the Revolution.
8. Jacob Beeler 1750-1843 buys his first property in Sullivan County on 3 May 1815 and Ms. Herron proved it (maybe*). He bought that land from the John Valentine Beeler family and we do know who filed the patent.
9. The V.A. marker for Jacob Beeler 1750-1843 in the Beeler Cemetery, Bristol TN is a mistake and never should have been placed.
The "Double Register" deed would be neat if you could.
Thank you for the documentation. It proves exactly what we already knew. Jacob Beeler 1761-1842 bought it.