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Excerpt from Proceedings of the John Bean (1660) Association, at Its Annual Reunion at Boston, September 5, 1900
The next morning the hall was Opened at an early hour and representatives of the clan were continually arriving and the pleasant scenes of the evening before were renewed.
The Reception Committee were indefatigable and successful in their efforts to make all new comers feel at home from the moment of their arrival. There were few formal introductions, as they were not needed; and the time was spent in the delightful social manner for which our reunions have become specially noted. Lines of descent and relationship never before known were dis covered, and grandfathers and grandmothers were in great demand. Many facts and the sources whence other facts might be ascertained were discovered, which it had been previously impossible to get. The time passed so rapidly and so pleasantly that the time for the formal meeting seemed to come almost too soon.
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