Any Beattie

This page focuses on the Beattie/Beaty/etc. family of Washington County and various descendants. It also serves as a collection point for data that may pertain to other early Beattie families.

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Redmond Cole files: Judge Cole corresponded with descendants of John Beattie and Francis Beattie in order to clarify the relationship of Beattie families who settled in Kentucky and Missouri
circa 4 Jun 1824Washington County, Virginia:
Martha H. Beattie, d. 23 Oct 1824, age 4m 19d; buried Old Glade Spring Cemetery
[Who were her parents?]
circa 6 Sep 1834Washington County, Virginia:
Elizabeth M. Beattie, d. 21 Feb 1837, age 2y 5m 15d; d/o A. E. Beattie
[Did this read stone d/o A. & E. Beattie? Was she the daughter of Absalom and Eliza Beattie? There is a gap in the birth order of their children from 1833-1838]
circa 16 Mar 1836James W. Beattie, d. 9 Feb 1838, age 1y 10m 24d
[Who were his parents?]

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The attached image was cropped from the Bill of Complaint (30 Aug. 1802) filed by Mathew Ryburn and James Dysart as executors of John Beattie, dec'd against Edward Crawford. The suit involved a boundary dispute on land John Beattie's executors sold Crawford. The bill contains two statements proving John Beattie and Francis Beattie (both of Washington Co., Virginia) were brothers
Letter dated 27 March 1826 from Josiah Beattie (7 Mile Ford, VA) to Samuel Beattie (Boone Co., MO)
1938 Letter from Redmond Cole regarding Beattie Family (held by the descendants of David A. Beattie; not part of the R. Cole Collection above)
Last Edited13 Dec 2013