|Birth: ||Mar. 19, 1833|
|Death: ||Feb. 9, 1917|
Lt. Col. John Bramblett Beall was born in Georgia to William Otho Beall and Nancy Farmer Chandler Beall. He was the youngest son in this family of 10 children. He married Mary Jane Merrell on Oct. 5, 1862 in Carrollton, GA. She was the daughter of William Washington Merrell and Mary Durham Merrell. John and Mary were first cousins once removed. They were the parents of 9 children: William, Mary, Sallie, Tom, John, Eloise, Millie, Lucy, and Blanch.
John was in the war serving under Col Boyd's Reg. 19th GA volunteers, Infantry. He joined in 1861 in Paulding County, GA. He wrote a book titled "In Barrack and Field" containing poems and short stories about the war. One poem dedicated to his mother was very touching. After the war, he was the editor of a newspaper for many years until his retirement.
William Otho Beall (1795 - 1851)
Nancy Farmer Chandler Beall (1797 - 1886)
Mary Jane Merrell Beall (1841 - 1922)*
William Otho Beall (1864 - 1942)*
Sarah Rebecca Beall Gaines (1869 - 1948)*
Otha Peryman Beall (1817 - 1877)*
Augustus Chandler Beall (1819 - 1903)*
Thomas Newton Beall (1820 - 1895)*
William Orlando Beall (1822 - 1862)*
James Morris Beall (1824 - 1906)*
Amelia J. Greene (1826 - 1913)*
Noble Newnan Beall (1829 - 1910)*
Martha Sarah Beall Stephens (1831 - 1903)*
John Bramblet Beall (1833 - 1917)
Mary Frances Beall Hardin (1836 - 1895)*
Note: According to Alabama death and Index record from ancestry.com the cemetery of record is listed as Elmwood Cemetery in Birmingham.
Created by: Grannie Rhonda
Record added: Aug 15, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 95405990
Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.|
Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
Added: Mar. 6, 2014
LTC John Bramblet Beall is the father-in-law of my 3rd cousin 3x removed Henrietta "Nettie" Ansley. Rest in the Peace of Our Lord.|
Added: Mar. 2, 2013