Person:Conrad Beal (5)

  1. Sarah Beal1808 - 1879
  2. Polly Beal1812 -
  3. John J. Beal1813 - 1900
  4. Rebecca Beal1814 -
  5. Owen Joel Beal1815 - 1870
  6. Joseph Beal1817 -
  7. David Beal1819 - 1875
  8. Druscilla Beal1821 -
  9. Hiram Beal1829 - 1903
  10. Conrad Beal1829 - 1901
  1. Edwin Beal1843 - 1857
  2. Martha Ella Beal1848 -
  3. Edward Beal1849 -
  4. James H. Beal1850 - 1857
  5. Martha Sarah Beal1852 - 1862
  6. Sarah Elizabeth Beal1853 -
  7. Malinda Beal1853 - 1857
  8. Mary Alice Beal1855 - 1917
  9. Margaret C. Beal1856 - 1857
  10. Matilda E. Beal1858 - 1904
  11. Leora Beal1859 - 1863
  12. Alice M. Beal1860 -
  13. Clara J. Beal1861 - 1944
Facts and Events
Name Conrad Beal
Gender Male
Birth? 27 Oct 1829 Greenville Twp., Somerset, Pennsylvania
Death? 9 Oct 1901 Summit Twp., Somerset, Pennsylvania
Burial? 11 Oct 1901 Meyersdale, Somerset, Pennsylvania

Conrad can be found in the following census:

1850 Londonderry, Bedford, PA Federal Census 1860 Wellersburg, Somerset, PA Federal Census 1870 District 16, Allegany, MD Federal Census 1880 Meyersdale, Somerset, PA Federal Census 1900 Meyersdale, Somerset, PA Federal Census

Meyersdale Union Cemetery Soldier GAR

   Regimental History--PENNSYLVANIA 93RD INFANTRY (Three Y
   Cols., James M. McCarter, John M. Mark, C. W. Eckman; Lieut.-Cols., Jo
   hn W. Johnston, John E. Arthur, John S. Long, John J. Nevin, C. W. Eckma
   n, David C. Keller; Majs., John C. Osterloh, John M. Mark, John S. Schultz
   e, John J. Nevin, C. W. Eckman, David C. Keller, John Fritz.
   The 93rd was organized at Lebanon and mustered into the U. S. service betw
   een Sept. 21, and Oct. 28, 1861, for three years. It left Lebanon for Was
   hington on Nov. 21, and moved to Tennallytown on Jan. 22, 1862, where it w
   as assigned to Peck's brigade of the division later commanded by Gen. Couc
   h. It took part in the Peninsular campaign, being present at the sie
   ge of Yorktown, active at the battles of Williamsburg, Fair Oaks, and Malv
   ern Hill and was then stationed at Harrison's landing until the batt
   le of Chantilly.
   The regiment was held in reserve at Antietam and Fredericksburg and the wi
   nter of 1862-63 passed without further events of importance. Attach
   ed to the 6th corps, it participated in the Chancellorsville campaign a
   nd the battle of Gettysburg, where it arrived on July 2, and made a galla
   nt charge. After the battle it was ordered to guard the artillery whi
   le it crossed the mountains, and was then detailed for picket duty at Funk
   stown. It shared in the Mine Run campaign, returning to winter quarte
   rs at Brandy Station, but late in December was ordered to Harper's Ferr
   In Feb., 1864, about three-fourths of the regiment reenlisted and receiv
   ed their veteran furlough.
   In March it was joined by 800 men at Halltown and returned to Brandy Stati
   on. The 93rd was assigned to the 2nd division of the 6th corps and was ear
   ly on the field at the Wilderness, where it met with heavy losses. Engag
   ed almost daily in the active campaign which followed, the regiment lost m
   any gallant men at Spottsylvania and Cold Harbor and then marched to Peter
   sburg where it obtained little rest, being posted close to the enemy's wor
   On July 9, it was ordered to the defense of Washington, which was threaten
   ed by Gen. Early, and it took part in the marches which followed, fighti
   ng at the Opequan, Fisher's Hill, and Cedar Creek.
   On Oct. 28, 1864, the members who had not reenlisted were mustered out a
   nd in November the regiment was ordered to Philadelphia for guard duty dur
   ing the presidential election. Returning to Winchester it was order
   ed to Petersburg in December and went into winter quarters.
   On March 25, 1865, it charged the enemy's works and again on Apr. 2, wh
   en Sergt. Charles Marquette won a medal of honor for the capture of a fla
   g. The 93rd fought at Sailor's creek and then joined Sherman at Danvill
   e, remaining there until ordered back to Richmond and then Washington, whe
   re it was mustered out on June 27, 1865.
   [SOURCE: The Union Army, vol. 1]
   Fought on 30 April 1862 at Warwick, VA.
   Fought on 05 May 1862 at Williamsburg, VA.
   Fought on 31 May 1862 at Fair Oaks, VA.
   Fought on 01 July 1862 at Malvern Hill, VA.
   Fought on 15 November 1862.
   Fought on 03 May 1863 at Salem Heights, VA.
   Fought on 04 May 1863 at Salem Heights, VA.
   Fought on 02 July 1863 at Gettysburg, PA.
   Fought on 03 July 1863 at Gettysburg, PA.
   Fought on 24 April 1864 at Brandy Station, VA.
   Fought on 05 May 1864 at Wilderness, VA.
   Fought on 06 May 1864 at Wilderness, VA.
   Fought on 09 May 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House, VA.
   Fought on 10 May 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House, VA.
   Fought on 12 May 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House, VA.
   Fought on 18 May 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House, VA.
   Fought on 19 May 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House
Image Gallery
  1.   CONRAD BEAL Army-Private. Served 9/26/64-6/7/65 Unit: Company H, 93rd Regiment Burial: Union Cemetery, Meyersdale, PA

    1883 List of Pensioners Somerset County
    CONRAD BEAL of Meyersdale P.O. Gun shot wound to right hand. Monthly pension: $2.00. Date of original allowance not given.
    Somerset Past the History and Genealogy of Somerset County, PA Vol3 No3