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Edward Beaty Sr.Age: 70 years17261796

Edward Beaty Sr.
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Birth April 4, 1726 34 29
Death of a maternal grandfatherJoris Aertse Middagh
after 1728 (Age 20 months)

Birth of a brotherGeorge Beaty
about 1732 (Age 5 years)

Birth of a sisterMargaret Beaty
about 1734 (Age 7 years)

Birth of a sisterJane Beaty
about 1736 (Age 9 years)

Death of a fatherRobert Beaty
about 1740 (Age 13 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherSusannah Asfordby
1745 (Age 18 years)
MarriageEleanor Ann MartinView this family
June 6, 1751 (Age 25 years)
Birth of a son
Richard Burgoyne Beaty
1754 (Age 27 years)
Address: Huntingdon County was carved out from Bedford County in 1787
Birth of a son
Patrick Beaty
about 1755 (Age 28 years)

Birth of a son
Edward Beaty Jr.
about 1756 (Age 29 years)

Birth of a son
Thomas Beaty
about 1757 (Age 30 years)

Birth of a son
John Beaty
about 1758 (Age 31 years)

Birth of a son
William Beaty
about 1760 (Age 33 years)

Birth of a son
Robert Beaty
about 1762 (Age 35 years)

Kentucky County, Virginia Formed December 31, 1776 (Age 50 years)

Note: Kentucky County (then alternately spelled Kentucke County) was formed by the Commonwealth of Virginia by dividing Fincastle County, VA. into three new counties: Kentucky, Washington, and Montgomery, effective December 31, 1776. During the three and one-half years of Kentucky County's existence, its seat of government was Harrodstown (then also known as Oldtown, later renamed Harrodsburg).
Articles of Confederation November 17, 1777 (Age 51 years)

Note: The Continental Congress submitted the Articles of Confederation to the states for ratification.
Kentucky County, Virginia Abolished June 30, 1780 (Age 54 years)

Note: Kentucky County was abolished on June 30, 1780, when it was divided into Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln counties of Virginia.[1] These later petitioned together to separate from Virginia, which was approved by the Virginia House of Delegates.
Birth of a son
Martin Beaty
October 8, 1784 (Age 58 years)
Birth of a daughter
Angess or Nancy Beaty
about 1786 (Age 59 years)
Death of a sisterMorraica Maria Beaty
about 1790 (Age 63 years)

Census August 2, 1790 (Age 64 years)
Kentucky Becomes 15th State June 25, 1792 (Age 66 years)

Lincoln County, Kentucky Formed June 25, 1792 (Age 66 years)

Note: Lincoln was one of the original three counties formed out of Virginia's Kentucky County. (The other two were Fayette and Jefferson counties.) These three were separated from Virginia to create the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 1792.
George Washington Relected December 5, 1792 (Age 66 years)

Note: Geo. Washington relected to his second term as president.
Marriage of a childPatrick BeatyElizabeth UmsteadView this family
about 1795 (Age 68 years)
Will May 4, 1796 (on the date of death)
Death May 4, 1796 (Age 70 years)
Burial 1800 (3 years after death)
Tyrone Twp, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, USA
Latitude: N40.57118 Longitude: W78.14029

Address: Waterstreet Cemetery Shaffersville Huntingdon County Pennsylvania, USA
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Marriage: May 17, 1719Kingston, Ulster County, New York, USA
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Family with Eleanor Ann Martin - View this family
Marriage: June 6, 1751Ulster County, New York, USA
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Martin Beaty
Birth: October 8, 1784 58 56Waterstreet, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death: June 17, 1856
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Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, USA is 115 miles north and west of Frederick, Maryland. I only mention this as our Grandmother, Susannah Asfordby Beaty was a catalyst for the building of Frederick County Maryland after John Morton Beaty died. *********************** *********************** In 1785 Edward Sr. was warranted land in Bedford County such as: Beaty, Edw'd., Sen'r., 300, Nov. 3, 1785 ********************** ********************* The below information was gathered 09-15-2012 Notes for EDWARD BEATY: Settled in the Juniata Valley, a part of Bedford County that later became Huntingdon Co., Pennsylvania, USA, around 1770. Thought to have immigrated from Maryland. Said to have had seven sons who served in the Revolutionary War. ************************ ************************ The below information was gathered 09-15-2012 RaNelle Parker L-324 & L-405 Descendants of Edward Beaty Generation No. 1 1. EDWARD1 BEATY was born 1726, and died 1796 in Huntingdon Co., Pennsylvania, USA. He married ELEANOR ANN MARTIN 1751. Notes for EDWARD BEATY: Settled in the Juniata Valley, a part of Bedford County that later became Huntingdon Co., Pennsylvania, USA, around 1770. Thought to have immigrated from Maryland. Said to have had seven sons who served in the Revolutionary War. (Lineage #10, Beaty Project 2000, says Edward's first wife was named Agness.) Will Book #1, Huntingdon Co., Pennsylvania, USA In the Name of God Amen. I, Edward Beaty, of Tyrone Township in the County of Huntingdon and State of Pennsylvania, being grown old and frail of body but of a sound, disposing mind and memory and knowing that it is appointed for all men to die, do this Fourth day of May in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety Six, make and ordain this instrument of writing to contain my Last Will and Testament, and I allow my executor, hereafter to be named, as soon as possible to pay all my funeral charges and for what wordly goods the Lord has been pleased to give unto me I bequest in form and manner followgin - Vis. Item. I leave and bequest to my beloved wife Anne Beaty a third of all my goods and personal estate during her natural life and at her decease all is to fall back to my children. Item. I leave and bequest to my two sons William and Robert Beaty all that part of any real estate in Water Street from the large sugar tree in the meadow until it joins Thomas Johnson land, to them, their heirs and assigns, forever. Item. I leave and bequest to my daughter Agnes Adams, thirty pounds to be raised off my real estate and paid to her two years after my decease. Item. I leave and bequest to my six sons, Richard, John, Edward, Patrick, Martin, and Thomas Beaty, all the rest of my real estate, both real and personal, to be equally divided amount (sic) them. But if any of them, my six sons, should die before they come of age or have not lawful issues of their own, then and in that case I allow their share or shares to be divided amount the surviving brothers and to their heirs and assigns forever. Item. I allow and it is my will, if it would not suit to have my plantation divided amount my six sons, then and in that case if any of my six sons is not able to sell my plantation, either at public or private sale as they may gauge best for the benefit of my children, I allow my executors to convey the same to the purchaser and the money arising therefrom to be equally divided amount my six sons, and do nominate, constitute and appoint my beloved wife Anne Beaty and my two sons, William and Robert Beaty, my whole executors of this my last Will and Testament. His EDWARD BEATY Mark Before signing, if that part of my plantation which is now in lawsuit should be lost, my sons William and Robert Beaty are to share equally of the remainder of the same with the rest of their brothers. Witnessed by: Hugh Maguire/Robert Taylor Children of EDWARD BEATY and ELEANOR MARTIN are: i. AGNES2 BEATY. Notes for AGNES BEATY: In 1845 living "at an advanced age" in Gaysport, Pennsylvania, USA. ii. THOMAS BEATY. 2. iii. WILLIAM BEATY, d. 1830, Otterville, Cooper, Missouri. 3. iv. JOHN BEATY, b. 1752. 4. v. RICHARD B. BEATY, b. 1754, Tyron Twp, Huntingdon Co., Pennsylvania, USA; d. November 05, 1845, Lee Co., Virginia, USA. 5. vi. PATRICK BEATY, b. Abt. 1755. 6. vii. EDWARD BEATY, b. 1756; d. December 27, 1845, Lee County, Virginia, USA. 7. viii. ROBERT BEATY, b. 1762; d. Abt. 1836, Near Cooper Co., Virginia, USA. 8. ix. MARTIN BEATY, b. October 1784, Huntingdon Co., Pennsylvania, USA; d. December 24, 1856, Belmont, Gonzales Co., TX. Generation No. 2 2. WILLIAM2 BEATY (EDWARD1) died 1830 in Otterville, Cooper, Missouri. He married SALLY (UNKNOWN). Notes for WILLIAM BEATY: In 1798 bought property in Jonesville, Virginia, USA. Purchase witnessed by brothers Richard, Robert, and Martin Beaty. Child of WILLIAM BEATY and SALLY (UNKNOWN) is: i. ELIZABETH (ELIZA)3 BEATY, b. 1821, Sumner, Tennessee; d. 1864, Sugar Run, Virginia, USA; m. JAMES A. G. ELYB. 3. JOHN2 BEATY (EDWARD1) was born 1752. He married MARY JACKSON. Notes for JOHN BEATY: Child of JOHN BEATY and MARY JACKSON is: i. JOHN3 BEATY. Notes for JOHN BEATY: Belew Cemetery records show a John W. Beaty, b. 1903, d. 1911. May be different John. 4. RICHARD B.2 BEATY (EDWARD1) was born 1754 in Tyron Twp, Huntingdon Co., PA, and died November 05, 1845 in Lee Co., Virginia, USA. He married ELIZABETH NANCY MORTON. She was born in Pennsylvania, and died October 23, 1853 in Lee Co., Virginia, USA. Notes for RICHARD B. BEATY: Lee Co., Virginia, USA Census of 1840 lists under: age 80-90. Lived in Lee Co. as early as 1798. He and wife Elizabeth are buried near their home, two miles from Jonesville, Virginia, USA. Virginia At a Court of Quarter Sesseions begun and held for Lee County at the Court House thereof on Monday, the 16th day of March, 1846, the last will and testament of Richard Beaty deceased was proved by the oaths of C. M. France, John Miller, and Charles Couk, witnesses thereto, and in order to be recorded.
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BurialWaterstreet Cemetery, Huntingdon County, PA - Edward Beaty b 1726 d 1796Waterstreet Cemetery, Huntingdon County, PA - Edward Beaty b 1726 d 1796
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