PIONEERS AND IMMIGRANTS
Warranty Deed from Francis Beardmore to John Beardmore

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Admin/Biog History Francis Beardmore, Sr. and Deborah Malkin Beardmore were married in England. Francis was born in Staffordshire in 1790 and Deborah in 1788. The couple had five sons: Francis Bearmore, Jr.; John B. Beardmore; George M. Beardmore; and the other two are unknown; and one daughter, Mary Ann Beardmore Bramley. In 1850 the entire family immigrated to the United States and settled on a farm in Vinland Township, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. The land was located in Section 15 and Section 10, Vinland Township. The farm was located north of the Village of Clementsville on what is now County T. Francis divided amd sold the land to his sons John and George in 1857. In 1870, Francis was 80 years old and living on the farm of his son-in-law, John and Mary Ann Bramley, in Vinland Township. His wife is not listed in the US Census that year.
John B. Beardmore was born in Staffordshire, England in 1827. He was the second of five sons of Francis Beardmore, Sr. and Deborah Malkin Beardmore. Francis was born in Staffordshire in 1790 and Deborah in 1788. In 1850 the entire family immigrated to the United States and settled on a farm in Vinland Township, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. In 1855, John formally applied for United States citizenship. In 1857, he purchased part of his father's farm, while his younger brother George purchased the remainder. John owned 80 acres in Section 15 and 40 acres in Section 10, Vinland Township. The farm was located north of the Village of Clementsville on what is now County T. He married Caroline "Carrie" Hull on January 22, 1860. The couple had two children: Francis "Frank" Beardmore, born circa 1861; and Carrie Beardmore, born circa 1862. John B. Beardmore died December 18, 1896 in Winnebago County.
Classification Archives
Collection Small Collections, People
Dates of Accumulation July 1, 1857
Abstract Warranty Deed from Francis Beardmore (father) to John Beardmore (son) for the amount of $1.00. The land is in the Northwest 1/2 of the Northwest 1/4 of Section 15 (80acres) and the Southeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 in Section 10 (40 acres). This property is located in Vinland Township, Winnebago County, Wisconsin.
Category 8: Communication Artifact
Legal Status Oshkosh Public Museum
Object ID SC618.14.2
Object Name Deed
People Beardmore, John B.
Beardmore, Francis, Sr.
Subjects Immigrants
Emigration & immigration
Citizenship
Pioneers
Farmers
Title Warranty Deed from Francis Beardmore to John Beardmore
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