Hi Todd, and welcome to the forum,
Does anyone have any ideas on this watch?
The first thing that strikes me is that the case and movement of this watch were made in Switzerland, not Liverpool. Richard and George Beasley or Beesley were well-known watchmakers recorded as working in Liverpool between 1825 and 1848. The case has no visible hallmarks of any kind, let alone English ones; the 18K mark is not a guarantee of purity. The decorated style of the case is often seen on Liverpool watches of the period, but English cases wouldn't have a hinged inner cover like this, made of plated base metal, or with the details engraved on it like this.
The reasonable quality movement is in typical Swiss 'Lepine' style and the escapement is a tangential lever.
The conclusion is that you have a Swiss product which was intended to deceive buyers, mostly outside the UK, that this was made by one of the better-known Liverpool companies, many of whom had a strong export trade to the US.