Person:John Beatty (13)

Watchers
John Beatty
m. ABT 1741
  1. David Beatty1744 - 1814
  2. Martha BeattyABT 1746 -
  3. Mary BeattyABT 1746 - 1841
  4. John Beatty1752 - 1780
  5. Nancy Agnes Beatty1754 - 1833
  6. Sarah Ellen BeattyABT 1758 -
  7. Jane BeattyABT 1760 -
  8. William Beatty1760 - 1860
Facts and Events
Name John Beatty
Gender Male
Birth? 1752 Prob. Virginia
Death? 7 OCT 1780 killed at Battle of King's Mountain

http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~celiadon/ps05/ps05_258.htm

NameJohn BEATTIE, 5G UncleBirth1752Death4 Oct 1780FatherJohn BEATTIE (1711-1790)MotherElinor (Ellen) GILMORE (GILMER) (ca1722-) Misc. Notes William Gilmer, a brother of the noted scout wounded - pg. 257

Enoch Gilmer, of the South Fork of the Catawba - pg. 225367, pgs. 251, 404, 405, 581

Edmondson, Dysart, and Gilmer were families that the Beaties were related to via marriage. Military Killed 7 Oct 1780 at the Battle of King's Mountain, Revolutionary War - was an ensign, unmarried.434 He is listed as being from South Carolina

“One-third of the wounded were of Campbell’s regiment. Another remarkable fact is, that of eight Edmondsons of the Virginia troops, engaged that day, three were killed, and one was wounded—all prominent and efficient officers of that corps; the survivors having been William Edmondson, the major of the regiment, and privates John, Samuel, and William Edmondson.” - pg. 305

“Killed...were Captain William Edmondson...John Beattie...Lt. Thomas McCulloch...mortally wounded...Captain james Dysart...Robert Edmondson...and 18 privates wounded...names of ten other disabled Virginians have not been preserved - pg. 304