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Henry E. Beeby
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Birth: 1836
Hastings
Oswego County
New York, USA
Death: May 12, 1921
Central Square
Oswego County
New York, USA

Lt. Henry E. Beeby, Co. F, 22nd New York Cavalry. Twenty-four years old when he enlisted 6/13/1861 at Syracuse, New York. Initially served with Co. B, 3rd New York Cavalry and later promoted to sergeant and reenlisted as a veteran in January 1864, mustering-in as a 2nd lieutenant, Co. F, 22nd NY Cav. He was captured at some point, but paroled and returned to duty. Promoted to 1st Lt. in April 1865 and remained with the 22nd NY until mustered-out at Winchester, Va., 8/1/1865. He married shortly after the war. In 1880, he and his wife, Catherine, were residing in Hastings, Oswego County, NY with their children" Florence (1866), Mary (1868), Charles (1870), Nellie (1873), Kittie (1875), and Fred (1879). Regretfully, his pension file is missing from the National Archives. His wife applied for a widow's pension in 1921.

FROM: Landmarks of Oswego County New York, edited by John C. Churchill, L.L.D., assisted by H. Perry Smith & W. Stanley Child, Syracuse, N.Y., D. Mason & Company Publishers, 1895. Part III:
"Beebe, Henry E., was born in Hastings on the farm he now owns in 1836, son of Jacob Beebe, who was born in England. The grandfather, John Beebe, was a farmer. Jacob was one of six children, came to the United Sates when he was eighteen years old and settled in Hastings, where he spent the remainder of his life. His wife was Electa Snow, and their children were: Oscar, Henry E., Cornelia, Isabell, Mary and Nellie. In 1857 Henry E. went to California and engaged in mining. In 1861 he enlisted in Co. B., 3d N.Y. Cav., served two and one-half years, re-enlisted in another regiment in which he received another comission and served until the close of the war. At the Battle of the Wilderness her was taken prisoner and confined ten months in the Macon, Savannah and Columbia prisons, After the war he returned to the homestead of 200 acres, one-half of which he purchased in 1883, where he has since resided. In 1864 he married Catherine Devendorf of Hastings, and their children are: Florence, wife of Dr. W.H. Conterman of Cleveland, N.Y.; Mary, deceased wife of Judsen Clark of Syracuse; Charles; Nellie, wife of Judsen Clark of Syracuse; Kittie, Fred and Edith. Mr. Beebe is a member of Isaac Waterbury Post, and has served as overseer of the poor, and is one of the Board of Excise commissioners."
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 Parents:
  Jacob Beeby (1805 - 1882)
  Electa Snow Beeby (1812 - 1882)
 
 Spouse:
  Catherine Devendorf Beeby (1838 - 1922)*
 
 Children:
  Florence Beeby Conterman (1866 - 1917)*
  Mary A. Beeby Clark (1868 - 1890)*
  Katherine L. Beeby (1875 - 1957)*
  Fred D. Beeby (1878 - 1942)*
 
 Siblings:
  Henry E. Beeby (1836 - 1921)
  Florance Beeby (1847 - 1853)**
  Mary A. Beeby Clark (1868 - 1890)**
  Cornelia Beeby Clark (1873 - 1937)*
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Hillside Memorial Cemetery and Park
Central Square
Oswego County
New York, USA
 
Maintained by: Robin Agarwal
Originally Created by: Deb Bernard
Record added: Nov 12, 2008
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Henry E. Beeby
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Henry E. Beeby
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- Robin Agarwal
 Added: Mar. 13, 2012
 
 
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