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Thomas J Beaty
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Birth: 1844
Death: Jul. 15, 1925

T.J. Beatv was born ca 1844. During the Civil War he served as Capt with Terrell's TX Cavalry, Co. K. He served from the spring of 1864 until 1865. He had a brother who was killed at the Battle of Richmond. He applied for Pension #11778 on 23 Dec 1903 and stated that he was blind. According to a list in the Texas State Archives in Austin, this veteran was totally disabled. He was living at Silver Lake at the time. He was married on 20 Jan 1881 to Mary Darby. He died 15 Jul 1925 and was buried at Providence Cemetery just over the Van Zandt County line in Smith County.

(Civil War Veterans of Van Zandt County, Texas Military and Pension Information Biographies and Obituaries Muster Rolls Newspaper Articles Compiled by Sibyl Creasey)

Thomas J. Beaty was born in South Carolina the son of Thomas Beaty and Roxie Ann Beaty. He had two older brothers who served in CSA Company H 10th Regiment Texas Cavalry. William W. Beaty was killed at Richmond, Kentucky and Joseph K. Beaty died in camp at Little Rock, Arkansas.

(JSM #48010416)
Family links: 
  Thomas Beaty (1802 - ____)
  Roxie Ann Bell Beaty (1811 - ____)
  Charlotte Talitha Beaty Wilson*
  Joseph K Beaty (1828 - 1862)*
  William W. Beaty (1829 - 1862)*
  Devora Vashti Beaty Benton (1836 - 1923)*
  Sarah Beaty Greer (1836 - 1921)*
  Thomas J Beaty (1844 - 1925)
  Roxanna Beaty Allen (1847 - ____)*
  Julia Savannah Beaty Florence (1850 - 1914)*
*Calculated relationship
Providence Cemetery
Smith County
Texas, USA
Created by: Bruce McMinn
Record added: Nov 09, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61356652
Thomas J Beaty
Added by: Bobby Wayne Smith
Thomas J Beaty
Added by: Bruce McMinn
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Correction: His rank was Captain Co. K Terrell's Texas Cavalry
- Mollie Moore Davis 217 UDC Tyler, Texas
 Added: Feb. 28, 2017
Thank you for your Confederate Service. Rest in Honored Glory. Sergeant Co. K Terrell's Texas Cavalry CSA
- Mollie Moore Davis 217 UDC Tyler, Texas
 Added: Feb. 28, 2017
There was once a CSA memorial on your grave.
 Added: Feb. 21, 2013
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