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Samuel Beck
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Birth: Jan. 3, 1796
Death: Jul. 3, 1876

Col. Samuel Beck was born 3 Jan 1796 in North Carolina. He was the son of Jeffrey Beck, Jr. and Mary McDaniel. He died 3 Jul 1876 in Rabun, Georgia, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Warwoman, Rabun, Georgia. He married Tobitha Langston 1812 in Pickens County, South Carolina. She was born 25 Jun 1796 in South Carolina, the daughter of James Langston and Joannah Davis. Tabitha died 25 Nov 1856, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Warwoman, Rabun, Georgia.
They had 9 children:
F 1) Mary (Polly) Beck b. 25 Oct 1812 d. 10 Dec 1909
F 2) Joannah Beck b. 15 Sep 1816 d. 26 Oct 1907
M 3) John Beck, Major b. 23 Dec 1819 d. 24 Jan 1873
M 4) Berry B. Beck b. 26 Aug 1822 d. 26 May 1892
M 5) Samuel M. Beck, Capt. b. 29 Oct 1826 d. 8 Sep 1902
F 6) Arah A. Beck b. 29 Jul 1829 d. 23 Jun 1921
M 7) Jasper N. Beck b. 10 May 1832 d. 14 Sep 1862
M 8) Martin Van Buren Beck b. 16 Oct 1834 d. 3 Feb 1921
F 9) Martha J. Beck b. 25 Feb 1838 d. before 1917
Colonel Samuel Beck
Samuel Beck was born in Randolph County, North Carolina, in 1796. His parents, Jeffrey Beck, Jr. and Mary McDaniel Beck were living in close proximity to her family where they all owned land. While Samuel was still a young boy, around 1805/06, the family decided to move to South Carolina. Jeffrey formed and led a wagon caravan to Pickens, South Carolina. The wagon caravan consisted of Jeffrey's family and the families of his married children. Samuel grew up in Pickens, Oconee County, South Carolina, on a plantation which his father owned on Little River. Tobitha Langston was a daughter of a neighbor. Her parents, James and Joannah Langston, also owned land on Little River. Samuel and Tabitha were married in 1812. Samuel was an unusually large man for it is said he weighed over 300 pounds. He was six feet tall, had dark hair, black eyes, and a fair complexion. He and Tabitha had their first four children while they lived in South Carolina. In 1822 Samuel bought land in Rabun, a newly formed county in Georgia. This was just across the river and South of where their parents lived in South Carolina. On this land they built their first home on Dick's Creek. It was a crude cabin of hewn logs and puncheon floor.--from the book "Ancestors and Descendants of Colonel Samuel Beck and Tabitha Langston" by Susan Lewis Koyle and Patricia Lewis Cramer
 
 
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 Parents:
  Jeffery Beck (1752 - 1838)
  Mary Ann McDaniel Beck (1750 - 1832)
 
 Spouse:
  Tobitha Langston Beck (1796 - 1856)
 
 Children:
  Mary Beck Wall (1812 - 1909)*
  Joannah Beck Wall (1816 - 1907)*
  Berry Benson Beck (1822 - 1892)*
  Samuel Meren Beck (1826 - 1902)*
  Jasper Newton Beck (1832 - 1862)*
  Martin Vanburen Beck (1834 - 1921)*
 
 Siblings:
  Gideon Luwellen Beck (1777 - 1860)*
  Isaiah Springer Beck (1778 - 1854)*
  Miriam Beck York (1779 - 1861)*
  Rebecca Emaline Beck Swafford (1784 - 1863)*
  Samuel Beck (1796 - 1876)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Antioch United Methodist Church Cemetery
Rabun County
Georgia, USA
 
Created by: BK
Record added: Aug 29, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 57879368
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