1665. Frederick Canfield Bearce was born on 26 January 1818 in Hartford, Connecticut (Hartford). He lived in Kinderhook, New York (Columbia) in 1850. In 1850 he was a carpenter in Kinderhook, New York (Columbia). In 1860 Frederick was a farmer in Boonslick, Missouri (Howard). He lived in Boonslick, Missouri (Howard) on 11 July 1860. He died on 11 September 1860 at the age of 42 in Rocheport, Missouri (Howard). Frederick was abt 3/4 Wampanoag/Narragansett/Mohican Indian from 49/128 from father and 3/8 from mother. "Frederick Canfield Bearce, her oldest son, was aboard a British Whaler at the time, where he lived for three years after he had swum the icy waters of Hudson Bay, and escaped his Northern Canadian Indian Captors. (See written Manuscript) His captors treated him kindly, as he was only a boy, and also an Indian. He was kidnapped by a Mohican half-blood as an act of vengeance against Gideon Noble Bearce, who had threw him at Lagrangeville Dut Co., and cut the tendon in his right wrist in a quarrel over Margaret Ann Roe."
Quoted from "From out of the Past, Who Our Forefathers Really Were, Our White and Indian Ancestors back to 1628" by Franklyn Ele-wa-tum "Swimming Eel" BeArce.
Surname spelled BURRIS in 1850, as BEARSE in 1860, as BIERCZ in 1880.
Frederick Canfield Bearce and Julia Anna Canfield were married about 1840 in Connecticut. Julia Anna Canfield was born in 1819/20 in of Hartford, Connecticut (Hartford). She lived in Kinderhook, New York (Columbia) in 1850. She lived in Boonslick, Missouri (Howard) in 1860. Julia died in October 1872 at the age of 52 in Morgan, Illinois.
Frederick Canfield Bearce-46307 and Julia Anna Canfield-59228 had the following children: