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Tennessee: John Valentine Beeler 1737-1823, Find-A-Grave # 9179443. son of Uhlrich and Maria Beeler (Buhler). Came to the waters of Beaver Creek, north of the Holston River in April 1770. Neighbor of Evan, John and Isaac Shelby in Sullivan County, North Carolina Territory. Revolutionary War service, North Carolina Grant No. 10, April 17, 1780, "Sapling Grove", early North Carolina and Tennessee Land Grants for Rev. War service. Moved to Grainger County at the end of the Chickamauga War 1776-1794, against Dragging Canoe. Sons Joseph Beeler 1762-1845, Find-A-Grave # 5237785 and Jacob Beeler 1761-1842, Find-A-Grave # 117396266 served under Capt. John Pemberton and Col. Isaac Shelby at the Battle of King's Mountain, South Carolina, October 7, 1780. Grandsons Joseph Beeler (Jr) ca.1793-1814 Find-A-Grave # 7630528 and Benjamin A. Beeler 1794-1877, Find-A-Grave # 61871888 served in the War of 1812, under General Andrew Jackson at Horseshoe Bend against the Creek Indians. Buried in Liberty Hill Cemetery, Washburn Tennessee. 

John Valentine Beeler 1737-1823

Born in Pennsylvania, son of Ulrich and Maria Buehler. Married to Mary Turney Beeler.

Took his family to the frontier of North Carolina Territory in April of 1770. Claimed a plantation on the waters of Beaver Creek, north of the Holston River. Filed North Carolina War of the Revolution Grants for service of Officers and Soldiers not in the Continental Line of North Carolina.

Filed first N.C. Grant No.10, 428 acres, on 17 April 1780. Moved with son Joseph Beeler 1762-1845 to Washburn, Grainger County, Tennessee, at the end of the Chickamauga War in 1796. Is buried in Liberty Hill Cemetery, Washburn, Tennessee. Joseph Beeler 1762-1845 in same cemtery.

Veterans Administration marker for son Jacob Beeler 1761-1842 is placed in Liberty Hill Cemetery, Washburn, TN. Probably buried in Beeler Cemetery, Bristol, TN. Grave site unknown.

Veterans Administration markers for Joeph Beeler 1762-1845 in Liberty Hill Cemetery, Washburn, TN.  Served at the battle of King's Mountain, South Carolina, 7 October 1780, with brother Jacob Beeler 1761-1842.

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