|Birth: ||Oct., 1835|
Curtis was a private during the Civil War with the 50th Regiment Illinois Infantry, Company F. He enlisted on September 12, 1861 and was discharged September 20, 1864 having a length of service of 3 years 0 months and 8 days.
In 1850, Curtis is shown in the census living with his brother Jeremiah, in Ohio. In the 1870 census it shows him as a farmer in Mahaska County, Iowa. In the 1880 census he is listed as a farmer in Webster County, Nebraska.
Curtis married (first) Caroline about 1866. Their children were Sarah, Mary, Robert, Edward, George. The 1885 census shows Caroline still as his wife.
He (second) married Agnes about 1898. The 1900 census shows his wife as Agnes.
He (third) married Rachel in 1909 in Nebraska. The 1910 census shows his wife as Rachel.
Nicholas Beal (1789 - 1843)
Mary Piersol Beal (1792 - 1860)
Jeremiah Beal (1811 - 1896)*
Hiram Beal (1813 - 1899)*
Elizabeth Beal Kirk (1815 - 1900)*
Prudence Beal Barkdull (1817 - 1873)*
William Beal (1821 - 1914)*
Rachel Beal Godbey (1826 - 1909)*
Isaiah S. Beal (1829 - 1921)*
Elmy Beal (1832 - 1840)*
Curtis Beal (1835 - ____)
50 ILL. INF.
Civil War Vet
Maintained by: jmb
Originally Created by: Gloria Barnes
Record added: Feb 08, 2010
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