Note: !ellie philippen -- [email protected] Have seen his name as Thomas M. and William Thomas? Thomas Beaty, son of Andrew and Elizabeth (Cooper) Beaty, married Jane Mullinix, daughter of Nathaniel and Delilah Mullinix. Albert Ross Hogue. Fentress Co, TN History Volume I F45, F57 and F382. Marriage may be 4 or 14 Feb 1821 or 4 Apr 1821. Have also seen his death as 1878. However, he was still enumerated in 1880. 1830 Fentress Co, TN census Thomas Beaty 30-40 b. 1790-1800; 200011-002101; Page 3. 1833 Fentress Co, TN tax list Thomas Beaty 1840 Fentress Co, TN census Thomas Beaty 30-40 b. 1801-1810; 111001-100201; Page 7. 1850 Fentress Co, TN census Thomas Baty 49 KY; District 11 #163. 1860 Fentress Co, TN census Thomas (farmer) Beaty 53 TN 1806-1807 m District 1 #87. 1870 Fentress Co, TN census Thomas Beaty 70 TN 1799-1800 m District 1 #7. 1880 Fentress Co, TN census Thomas Beaty 80 KY 1799-1800 m father District 1 #007. Have also seen death date as & Jan 1878 which obviously isn't correct since in 1880 census. Also have seen death as Jun 1880 and 7 Jan 1893 (this is his wife's death date -- could they have died on the same date?
1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 Thomas Beaty 30-40 30-40 49 KY 53 TN 70 TN 80 KY abt 1800 Jane Beaty 30-40 30-40 46 KY 53 KY 67 KY 74 TN abt 1800 male 20-30 1800/10 female 15-20 1810/15 female 10-15 15-20 abt 1820 female 10-15 15-20 abt 1820 male 0- 5 10-15 1825/30 Nathaniel Beaty 0- 5 5-10 17 TN abt 1830 Thomas J. Beaty 0- 5 15 TN 22 TN 1835/40 Jane Beaty 0- 5 11 TN 1835/40 Martha Baty 9 TN 1840-1841 William H. Baty 7 TN 13 TN 1842-1843 Matilda Baty 4 TN 11 TN 1845-1846 Hiram Cyrus Baty 6/12 TN 9 TN 21 TN 31 TN 1850 Cathy Beaty 23 TN 34 TN 1846-1847 James Beaty 19 TN 1860-1861 Mary J. Beaty 1 TN 11 TN 1868-1869 Matilda C. Beaty 9 TN 1870-1871 Wiliam T. Beaty 6 TN 1873-1874 Nancy E. Beaty 5 TN 1874-1875 David Beaty 3 TN 1876-1877 Dicey A. Beaty 1 TN 1878-1879 Martha E. Beaty 3/12 TN 1880
"Cemetery Records, Fentress County, Tn.," by Mable Rushton Wheeler. 1850-1860-1870 Census Records of Fentress County, Tn. Walter E. Webb, Celina, Tn. "History of Pickett County," by Tim Huddleston. Alma McDonald, Provo, Utah. "History of Fentress County."
Civil War Pension (William H. Beaty, Mother Jane Beaty, Civil War Pension, Tennessee -- #115261) Jeremiah Wright: "he knows Thomas and Jane Beatty well also their son Wm. Hogan, having lived near them for some twenty years. Witness has also been sheriff of the county and is acquainted with the real estate of the county. He knows however that Thomas Beatty, his wife Jane (the pensioner) and their son Hiram now live together and eat at the same table; that said son Hiram now supports them, the old man being a cripple & the old lady an invalid. In the opinion of the affiant Jane Beatty is not entitled to a pension nor has she ever been, on the ground of dependence on her son.. Witness is on good terms with the Beatty family." (Oct 1873) H. C. Beaty states "Thomas Beaty departed this life on the 1st day of January 1881 after remaining in a perfect state of helplessness for 15 years during the whole of this time he could not walk without help and there was ten years of this time that he was not out of his bed without being lifted by affiant or some one else and on account of this long continued sickness affiant had to be at home all the time or have some one there that could wait on him which came very near ruining affiant financially." In 1889 Hiram C. Beaty states "Jane Beaty is my mother. I remember that my father was going on crutches and a stick the first I knew anything about him. He had rheumatism and was a cripple before the war.. While Thomas and William were living father conveyed this property to us jointly. Thomas died here at home and William died in the army. After their death the property was deeded to me. I had to attend to him so constantly that I could not properly attend to business affairs. I was so greatly fatigued that I could do but very little work. For some ten or fifteen years, father was so helpless he had to be lifted in and out of bed and I was the only one here to do the lifting. He was as helpless as a child and large sores come on him from lying in bed so long."
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