|Birth: ||Mar. 15, 1823|
|Death: ||Jan. 13, 1864|
New Castle County
Private, Company E, 13th Regiment, Alabama Infantry, CSA
Wiley Jackson Bean served in Company E, 13th Regiment, Alabama Infantry, along with Benjamin Apling Burdett and his two brothers, Samuel Monroe and Littleton Jesse Burdett, and other Bean and Hood brothers.
Wiley, age 38, married, enlisted September 8, 1861, at Eastville, Alabama, for a period of the war. Born in Georgia, he was listed as a farmer in Fox Creek. He was a private in Company E (Randolph Rangers), 13th Regiment, Alabama Infantry in the Army of Northern Virginia. He participated in the battles of Yorktown, South Mountain, Sharpsburg (Antietam), Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. He was captured at Gettysburg on July 1, 1863 (the first day of battle) along with Benjamin Burdett and Gen. James Archer, and was sent to Ft. Delaware on Pea Patch Island, Delaware, a Union prison.
Wiley J. died a Prisoner of War, of scurvy, on January 13, 1864. His name is on a list of Confederate soldiers 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.
Walter Bean (1791 - 1860)
Martha Davis Bean (1797 - 1850)
Amanda C. Falkner Bean (1833 - 1862)*
John W. Bean (1850 - ____)*
Monroe Bean (1852 - ____)*
Emeline Martha A. Bean Dingler (1853 - 1935)*
Wylie Winston Bean (1855 - 1921)*
Mary Elliott Bean Beavers (1858 - 1933)*
Samuel Ashbury Bean (1859 - 1924)*
Hicksey Matilda Bean Crew (1816 - 1875)*
Wiley Jackson Bean (1823 - 1864)
Mary Ann Theresa Bean Faulkner (1825 - 1916)*
David Marcellus Bean (1828 - 1910)*
Martha Ann Lucinda Bean Mitchell (1833 - 1924)*
Finns Point National Cemetery
New Jersey, USA
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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...(Read more)|
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