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Family of Jesse Beckerton EYRE and Lydia Ann SHARPLESS

Husband: Jesse Beckerton EYRE (1793-1864)
Wife: Lydia Ann SHARPLESS (1800?-1879?)
Children: Jonas Preston EYRE ( -bef1880)
Margaret Wilson EYRE ( - )
Lewis Henry EYRE (1819-1899)
Elizabeth Ann EYRE (1822-1841?)
Susanna EYRE (1822-1899)
Marriage 26 Feb 1818 1

Husband: Jesse Beckerton EYRE

Name: Jesse Beckerton EYRE
Sex: Male
Father: Jonas EYRE (1767-1836)
Mother: Elizabeth B ENGLE ( -1798)
Birth 13 Jun 1793 1
Burial Chester Rural Cemetery, Chester, PA
Death 16 Feb 1864 (age 70) PA 2

Wife: Lydia Ann SHARPLESS

Name: Lydia Ann SHARPLESS
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1800 (app)
Death 1879 (app) (age 78-79)

Child 1: Jonas Preston EYRE

Name: Jonas Preston EYRE
Sex: Male
Spouse: Keziah Ann CLOUD (1815?-aft1880)
Death bef 1880

Child 2: Margaret Wilson EYRE

Name: Margaret Wilson EYRE
Sex: Female

Child 3: Lewis Henry EYRE

Name: Lewis Henry EYRE
Sex: Male
Birth 19 Sep 1819 1
Death 14 Dec 1899 (age 80) 1

Child 4: Elizabeth Ann EYRE

Name: Elizabeth Ann EYRE
Sex: Female
Birth 23 Apr 1822
Death 1841 (app) (age 18-19) Belmont cnty, Ohio

Child 5: Susanna EYRE

Name: Susanna EYRE
Sex: Female
Spouse: George WILSON Jr (1818-1892)
Birth 16 Dec 1822 1
Death 3 Jan 1899 (age 76) 1

Note on Husband: Jesse Beckerton EYRE - shared note

November 14, 1826



TAILORING. JESSE B. EYRE, RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the public that he continues to carry on the above business at his NEW SHOP, opposite Joshua P. Eyrestore, where all orders in his

line will be thankfully received and executed with neatness and despatch, and on accommodating terms. From his experience in the art, his acquaintance with the latest fashions from London via

Philadelphia, and his solicitude to please, he hopes to merit and receive a liberal share of public patronage. J.B.E. Having employed a first rate workman from Philadelphia, he has no doubt but

his work will give

satisfaction. - Plain work as well as fashionable will be made. A handsome assortment of cloths, cassimers, and other articles suitable for menwear will be kept for sale, at various prices.

J.B.E. Returns his thanks to his friends and the public for the past favors he has received, and all those

who may favor him with their custom, may rest assured, that the strictest reliance may be placed in his word, in complying with the orders he may have to fulfill. N.B. A journeyman wanted.


1Broomall, W. B, "1904 Pedigree Chart" (Name: Chester, Pennsylvania. W. B. Broomall. 1904.;).
2"Delaware County Republican". Abstract # 15652 "February 19, 1864. Death Notice On Tuesday, Feb. 16.