Person:John Beal (37)

Watchers
John Solomon Beal
  1. John Solomon Beal1843 - 1896
  2. Mary Beal1844 - 1904
  3. Jacob Solomon Beal1845 - 1917
  4. Samuel Solomon Beal1847 - 1917
  5. Susanna Beal1850 - 1916
  6. William Solomon Beal1852 - 1924
  7. Adaline Beal1855 - 1919
  8. Ellen Beal1856 - 1926
  9. Levi Solomon Beal1858 - 1919
  10. Herman Solomon Beal1860 - 1935
  11. Urias Solomon Beal1862 - 1928
  12. Minerva Jane Beal1864 - 1932
  13. Sarah Catherine Beal1868 -
  • HJohn Solomon Beal1843 - 1896
  • WEliza Boyer1841 - 1879
m. 24 Oct 1867
  1. Levi J. Beal1868 - 1929
  2. Grant Beal1869 -
  3. Milton John Beal1870 - 1939
  4. Laura Bell Beal1874 - 1876
  5. Ira Sankey Beal1877 - 1956
  6. Ida Belle Beal1878 -
  1. Norma Beal1881 - 1900
  2. Iva Pearl Beal1887 -
  3. Bertha Elma Beal1889 - 1920
  4. Harry Clark Beal1893 - 1977
Facts and Events
Name John Solomon Beal
Gender Male
Birth? 1 Mar 1843 Donegal Twp., Westmoreland, Pennsylvania
Marriage 24 Oct 1867 to Eliza Boyer
Death? 19 Jan 1896 , Westmoreland, Pennsylvania

John can be found in the following census:

1850 Lower Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset, PA Federal Census 1860 Southampton Twp., Somerset, PA Federal Census 1870 Southampton, Somerset, PA Federal Census 1880 Southampton Twp., Somerset, PA Federal Census

Fayette County, Pennsylvania, Genealogical and Personal History The Beals of Connellsville, Pennsylvania , came from Somerset county to Westmoreland county . John and Samuel Beal were both born in Somerset county , where Samuel yet resides a retired farmer of Ursina . John Beal was reared on the farm and when only a boy ran away from home and joined the Union army. He enlisted in Company F, Sixtyfirst Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, and served during the last three years of the war. He saw hard service with the Army of the Potomac and was engaged in some of the hard fought historic battles of the Civil war. There were other boys in the family but they settled in the West. After the war John Beal returned home, resumed farming, and married about 1871 . He moved to Westmoreland county, Pennsylvania , where he purchased a farm near Mount Pleasant which he cultivated until his death, January 19, 1896 . He was a well-to-do farmer of quiet taste and habits, devoted to his family and business. He was a member of the Evangelical church and faithful to all his obligations. He married Eliza -, born in Somerset county , where she died in 1878 . She had brothers and sisters who died in Somerset county , and some yet living. Children of John and Eliza Beal : Levi J. , now a farmer of Frostburg, Maryland ; Melton J. , an engineer of Juniata, Pennsylvania ; Ira S., of whom further.