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Revolutionary War 1
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Army 1
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Private 1
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05 Jul 1762 1
Frederick County Virginia 1
Death:
1845 1
Grainger County Tennessee 1
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Joseph Beeler 1
Birth:
05 Jul 1762 1
Frederick County Virginia 1
Death:
1845 1
Grainger County Tennessee 1
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Revolutionary War 1

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Army 1
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Private 1
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1775 1
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1783 1

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Marker at Find-A-Grave # 5237785. Tennessee: Son of John Valentine Beeler 1737-1823 and Mary Turney Beeler 1740-1810. Came with his father to what now is Sullivan County Tennessee in April 1770. Overmountain Man at the Battle of King's Mountain, South Carolina, October 7, 1780. Younger brother of Jacob Beeler 1761-1842, United States Pensioner S.5277, Find-A-Grave # 117396266. Buried in Liberty Hill Cemetery, Washburn Tennessee. Brothers were in Capt. John Pemberton's Company at King's Mountain and participants in the Chickamauga War against Dragging Canoe, 1776-1794. Son, Joseph Beeler, Jr., served in the War of 1812, Creek War, at Battle of Horseshoe Bend under General Andrew Jackson. Died in that campaign and is buried in Alabama. Joseph Beeler (Sr) 1762-1845 maintained extensive land holdings in Sullivan County and Grainger County Tennessee throughout his life. 

Jacob Beeler 1761-1842, King's Mountain Rifle

King's Mountain Nat'l. Military Park, Blacksburg, S.C.

Photograph of the Jacob Beeler 1761-1842 rifle as is displayed in the museum. Brought to North Carolina Territory in 1770 by John Valentine Beeler 1737-1823. Given to his son Jacob Beeler 1761-1842 and carried on the battlefield 7 October 1780. Displayed by the National Military Park as a relic of the engagement.

On loan from the private collection of a descendent of John Valentine Beeler 1737-1823, Grainger County Beelers.

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