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Pvt Wiley Jackson Bean
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May you rest in blessed peace 3rd great grand uncle
- Kinfolk News
 Added: Jul. 12, 2014
 
BEAN, Wiley Jackson (Private, Company "E" 13th Alabama Infantry Regiment "Randolph Rangers"). Born March 15, 1823 in Jasper County, Georgia - died of scurvy in prison January 13, 1864 at Ft. Delaware Maryland. His name is on a list of Confederate soldiers who are buried at Finn's Point, Salem, New Jersey. The U.S. erected a monument to mark the burial place of 2,436 Confederate soldiers who died at Ft. Delaware. Wiley J. Bean's name is listed on the Confederate Monument.
- Scrappy
 Added: Mar. 10, 2014
 

- Memories~RoxღEd
 Added: Jan. 24, 2014
 
You gave the Ultimate Sacrifice, So Sorry for Your Suffering. Rest In Peace, Dearest Soldier of the Confederacy.
- Dixie Home Georgia
 Added: May. 31, 2013
 

- Dixie Home Georgia
 Added: May. 31, 2013
 
For my great, great, great Grandfather, rest in peace, from your great great grandson, Carlos Bean's side of the family
- William Pritchett
 Added: Aug. 5, 2012
 
Wiley Jackson Bean was the son of Walter Bean and Martha "Patsy" Borden Davis. He enlisted in the Confederate States Army on September 8, 1861 in Eastville, Alabama. Wiley was mustered as a Private in Company "E" 13th Alabama Infantry Regiment, "Randolph Rangers" along with four cousins; Benjamin Apling Burdett, Samuel Monroe Burdett, Littleton Jesse Burdett, and Alfred W. Burdett. Wiley. He was captured along with Benjamin Burdett, and General James Archer in McPherson's Woods, on the initial outbreak at Gettysburg on July 1, 1863. He was transferred to Fort Delaware prison on Pea Patch Island, Delaware and died of scurvy in prison January 13, 1864 at Ft. Delaware Maryland. His name is on a list of Confederate soldiers who are buried at Finn's Point, Salem, New Jersey. The U.S. erected a monument to mark the burial place of 2,436 Confederate soldiers who died at Ft. Delaware. Prior to the war, he was noted as a farmer living in Fox Creek, Alabama, near Wedowee. Wiley was married to Amanda C. Falkner but she died on March 6, 1862 in Randolph County, Alabama., as a result of a horse riding accident. She is burial at Mt. Prospect Baptist Cemetery in Randolph County, Alabama. After Wiley's death, his father-in-law, Wilson Falkner, guardian of Wiley's children, filed for claims with the CSA on behalf on his grandchildren March 20, 1865. All of Wiley's children were born in Randolph County, Alabama and included; John W. Bean; Monroe Bean; Emeline Martha A. Bean; Wiley Winston "Riley" Bean; & Samuel Ashberry Bean.
- Martha Reid 19 UDC
 Added: Aug. 20, 2011
 
Wiley,You gave the ultimate sacrifice for a cause you believed in. Thank you, and may you have eternal rest.
- Gayle Hennington Van Horn.
 Added: Jul. 17, 2011
 
Your sacrifice has not been forgotten! Pvt. Wiley Jackson Bean, CSA, Company E, 13th Alabama Infantry
- Martha Reid 19 UDC
 Added: Jul. 15, 2011
 

- Krissay
 Added: Aug. 7, 2009
 

- The Bull
 Added: May. 30, 2009
 
Son of the South, The fight is over, Its time to rest, You did your duty, You gave your best. We Thank You.
- Wayne Apgar
 Added: Feb. 2, 2008
 
REST IN PEACE
BEAN, Wiley Jackson (Private, Company “E” 13th Alabama Infantry Regiment “Randolph Rangers”). Born March 15, 1823 in Jasper County, Georgia - died of scurvy in prison January 13, 1864 at Ft. Delaware Maryland. His name is on a list of Confederate soldiers who are buried at Finn's Point, Salem, New Jersey. The U.S. erected a monument to mark the burial place of 2,436 Confederate soldiers who died at Ft. Delaware. Wiley J. Bean's name is listed on the Confederate Monument.
- Bev
 Added: Dec. 7, 2004
 
 
 
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