There had been other heirs of Frederick Ott. Frederick White was the only son of Amelia Beamish's sister Margaret (Mason) White. He died young and without heirs, which was evidently the fate of other siblings of Thomas and his sisters.

In deeds that appear in the 1820's and 1830's, the heirs of Thomas's deceased brother Frederick (died in 1821) are not mentioned with the holders of the other six shares. But in the 1840's, the name of this Frederick's son--Charles Ott Beamish (born 1809)-starts to become associated with the holders of the original seven shares, he evidently having bought out the interest of all but one of his own eight siblings--as he now was in possession of eight-ninths of a seventh share.