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Allegheny co., PA Deeds
Microfilm # 1497875
Bk. 35 pg. 405
James Beatty and Ux to John Arnold
This indenture made 9 Sept. 1826 between James Beatty and Mary, his wife, of St. Clair twp. Allegheny co., PA to John Arnold of Fayette twp., Allegheny co., PA for $164 a tract of land in Fayette twp., Allegheny co., PA, bounded as follows: post by O'harra's heirs..thence by lands of James Beatty.thence by lands of John Stonesipher..to the beginning. It being part of a tract granted by the Commonwealth of Penn. To William Scott by deed bearing date 24 May 1785 in Patent Bk. H Vol. 13 pg. 191. It being part of a tract William Scott and MaryAnn, his wife, by deed 2 Dec. 1816 sold to Henry
Noble, and he and wife Polly, conveyed to James Beatty 2 Dec. 1816...
James Beatty
Mary Beatty
In Presence of:
Mary Elliott
A. McCurdy
James Beatty acknowledged and Mary Beatty relinq. Dower 9 Sept. 1826
A. McCurdy
Recorded 28 Jan. 1828



36-280
Mary Beatty to Jane Torrence
This indenture made 10 May 1828 between Mary Beatty of St. Clair twp., Allegheny co., PA to Jane Torrence, daughter and of twp., co., & state afsd. Mary Beatty for love and affection she bears to her daughter & for $1 a tract of land situate in Robinson twp., Allegheny co., PA , bounded as follows: Beginning at a black oak and running thence by the lands of John Hall .by lands of Jno. Quigley.lands of James Quigley..land of Allen.land of John McMichael.land of Mary Beatty..land of William Guy.. to the place of
beginning containing 67 acres and or thereabouts, included in which is a parcel of land containing 5 A more or less granted for a meeting house.

Mary (her X mark) Beatty
In Presence of J. S. Scully
William McMurtrie
Mary Beatty acknowledged the deed 10 May 1828
J. S. Scully, J.P.
Recorded 12 May 1828



36-281
Mary Beatty to Cunningham Beatty
This indenture made 10 May 1828 between Mary Beatty of St. Clair twp., Allegheny co., PA of first part to Cunningham Beatty of the same twp., co., and state afsd., son, of the other part. Mary Beatty for love and affection which she bears to her son and $1, a tract of land in St. Clair twp., Allegheny co., PA, bounded as follows: beginning at.thence lands of Francis Currien? And Joseph Phillis.thence the lands of West Elliott.thence the land of Mary Beatty.Mathews heirs..thence land of Thomas Wynne.thence Samuel
Finch, William Miller.to the place of beginning containing 95 acres & 24 perches, neat measure. Being part of a tract granted by patent dated 20 April 1785 to Daniel Elliott, a certain part of which, including the above described premises became by sundry means, conveyances, vested in James Beatty, who died seized thereof and by his will dated 16 Jan. 1823 devised the same to said Mary Beatty with power to dispose of the same as in said will is mentioned..
Mary (her X mark) Beatty
In Presence of:
J. S. Scully
William McMurtrie
Mary Beatty acknowledged _ day of _ 1828
J. S. Scully, J.P.
Recorded 12 May 1828

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37-318
Deed of Annuity-James Torrence & wife to Mary Beatty
To all whom these presents shall come, we, James Torrence and Jane, his wife, of St. Clair twp., Allegheny co., PA send greetings. Whereas, Mary Beatty, widow, mother of said Jane, by her deed bearing date hereinwith hath granted, sold to the said Jane a tract of land situate in Robinson twp. In sd. county containing 67 A and a half or thereabouts (included in which is a piece of land containing 5 A more or less granted for a meeting house..) We, James Torrence, and Jane, his wife, in consideration of said grant have
given and confirmed unto sd. Mary Beatty one annuity or rent charge yearly of the sum of $20 and annum payable yearly and every year from the date hereof to be received, taken, had, and to be issuing out of said parcel of land...
James Torrence
Jane M. Torrence
In presence of:
J. S. Scully
William McMurtrie
James Torrence and Jane Torrence, his wife acknowledged the deed 10 May 1828.
J. S. Scully, J.P.



Microfilm #1497863
Allegheny co., PA Deeds
Bk 2 pg. 40
William Beatty to Abraham Dean, etal
This indenture made 4 Nov. 1789 between William Beatty of Antrim twp., Franklin co., PA to Abraham Dean and Jane Dean, his mother, of Allegheny co., PA fpr 200#, they being administrators of William Dean, estate, deceased. Sells tract of land in Allegheny co., PA bounded by the lands of Andrew Porter, which formerly belonged to said Beatty, afsd. and land of Hugh Davis and others which was granted unto a certain John Wilkins by an application and order of survey for 300A, No. 398, bearing date at Philadelphia, 3 Apr. 1769, which was surveyed unto said Beatty and likewise returned. Said land is situate on the west side of the waters of Turtle Creek.
William Beatty (seal)
In the presence of:
James Ellis
James Watson
Allegheny county SS
20 Jan. 1790 James Ellis and James Watkins acknowledge as witnesses.
Sam'l Jones,
Justice of Court of Common Pleas
Recorded 20 Jan. 1790


This land is also Application date 3 April 1769. Joseph is L-112
Bk. 3-pg. 90
This indenture made 3 Dec. 1792 between Joseph Beatty of the county of Woodford, in the district of Caintuck of the one part and William Beatty of the county of Franklin and state of Pennsylvania of the other part, for 80#-100A surveyed on a location and order of survey granted unto James Allen by the Honorable proprietors of Pennsylvania the 3 April 1769 No. 1473. Said 100 A to be laid off next the tract adjoining of Hugh Davidson and John Moor, Esq. To the only proper use and behoof of the said William Beatty,
his heirs and assigns forever. Yielding and paying unto the said Hornorable Proprietors the purchase money, interest, and quit rents due and hereafter to become due for the same and the said Joseph Beatty for himself and his...

In testimony whereof the said Joseph Beatty to these presents hath interchangeably set his hand.
Joseph Beatty (seal)
In the Presence of:
Walter Beatty
John Beatty
Franklin county SS
Before me James Maxwell, Esqr., Associate Judge of Franklin county came Walter Beatty, one of the subscribing witnesses to the within instrument of writing and swore he saw Joseph Beatty sign, seal and acknowledge the within as his act and deed...
Recorded Apr. 18, 1793

Allegheny co., PA Deeds
Microfilm # 1497893
Bk. 4K (83) pg. 476
This indenture made 20 April 1848 between Robert J. Beatty and Charlotte Beatty, his wife, of the one part, the said Robert J. being one of the heirs of Robert Beatty, Esq., deceased, and Rebecca Beatty, widow of said deceased, of the other part, all of the twp. of Plum, Allegheny co., PA. Witnesseth, that the said Robert Beatty, Esq. died possessed of a certain tract of land in county and twp. aforesaid leaving 13 heirs and legal
representatives to said tract, adjoining lands of John Moss & son, William Clugston's heirs, John Johnston, David Crookshank, Samuel Snodgrass, Joel Monroe, Samuel Beatty's heirs, Calhoon Clogston, and heirs of David Caldwell, the said Robert J. Beatty being one of the heirs of said Robert Beatty, Esq., deceased, and claiming 1/13th part of said tract. Witnesseth, that said Robert J. Beatty and Charlotte, his wife, for $200 paid by Rebecca Beatty....
R. J. Beatty
Charlotte Beatty
In Presence of:
Sam'l. E. Shaw
John R. Beatty
Received the day of the within deed from Rebecca Beatty the sum of $200.
R. J. Beatty
Allegheny co. SS
20 April 1848 Robert J. Beatty & Charlotte Beatty, his wife, acknowledge and
Charlotte Beatty relinquishes dower.
Sam'l E. Shaw, J.P.
Recorded 27 Jan. 1849


Allegheny co., PA Deeds
Microfilm # 1497893
Bk. 4K (83) pg. 477
This indenture made 15 Dec. 1845 between Samuel Beatty and Ann J.G. Beatty, his wife, of the one part. The said Samuel being one of the heirs of Robert Beatty, Esq., deceased, and Rebecca Beatty, widow of said deceased, of the other part, all of the twp. of Plum, Allegheny co., PA. Witnesseth, that the said Robert Beatty, Esq. died possessed of a certain tract of land in county and twp. aforesaid leaving 13 heirs and legal
representatives......his 1/13th part...(same as previos deed)...$200...

Samuel Beatty
Ann Jane G. Beatty
In presence of:
Sam'l E. Shaw
Cyrus Boggs
Recorded 27 Jan. 1849


Allegheny co., PA Deeds
Microfilm # 1497893
Bk. 4M (85) pg. 115
(re-checked for accuracy of names)
To all people to whom these presents shall come Eli C. Beatty of Cromwell twp. Huntingdon co., PA and Maria, his wife, send greetings. Whereas Robert Beatty, Esq., late of Plum twp. Allegheny co., PA, in his lifetime by sundry conveyances was possessed of a tract of land warranted in the name of William Beatty, lying and being in Plum twp., county and state, aforesaid containing 300 acres, more or less, and died intestate leaving thirteen children, viz. Drusilla, William, Mary, Eli C., grantor hereto, Robert, Rebecca, Samuel, Richard, Elizabeth, Jonathan, Margaret, John R., grantee,
and James. Know ye, said Eli C. Beatty and Maria, his wife, for $150 paid
by John R. Beatty......
E. C. Beatty
Mariah (her X mark) Beatty
In Presence of:
Thos. F. Cromwell
Samuel Isett
Recived on the day of the within written indenture the consideration money mentioned in full.
Attest: Thos. F. Cromwell
E. C. Beatty
Huntingdon County SS
15 Jan. 1846 before me Thomas J. Cromwell, Esq., J.P., came E. C. Beatty and
Maria, his wife, and acknowledged the deed, Maria relinquished dower.
Recorded 21 March 1849.



Allegheny co., PA Deeds
Microfilm # 1497893
Bk. 4M (85)
pg. 116
This indenture made the 15 March 1848 between R. C. Beatty, M.D., and Isabella M., his wife, of Peebles twp., Allegheny co., PA of the first part and John R. Beatty of Plum twp., county and state, aforesaid, party of the second part. For $280 a parcel of land in Plum twp. Allegheny co., PA, bounded as follows: on east by lands of John Morrison and heirs of David Colwell, on the south by John Johnston and David Crookshanks, on the west by Joel Monroe and Ebinezer Gill and on the north by Wm. Shaw and Calhoun
Clugston. Being a part allotted to him out of the estate of his father, Robert Beatty, deceased, also, of his uncle, Samuel Beatty, deceased, containing in said described piece of land 14 acres, more or less, and also, all his right, title, interest and claim in and to the same as one of the heirs of James Beatty, deceased.......
R. C. Beatty
I. M. Beatty
In Presence of:
Thomas Davison
15 March 1849 R. C. Beatty acknowledged and I. M. Beatty, his wife,
relinquished dower.
Recorded 21 March 1849.


Microfilm # 1497874 (excerpts)
Allegheny co., PA Deeds
Bk. 2G (32) Pg. 59
This indenture made 4 April 1825 between Robert Johnston of Plum twp.,Allegheny co., PA of the one part and Samuel Snodgrass of twp., co., and state afsd. of the other part. Robert Johnston for $890 paid by Samuel Snodgrass for two tracts of land situate in twp. and county afsd.

Bounded: Beginning at a post on Beatty's line .....thence by Beatty's line containing
86 1/4 Acres, part of a tract granted to Robert Johnston by patent dated 3 March 1789 in patent book No. 14 pg. 524 & another tract....
Robert Johnston
In Presence of William McJunkin
Robt. Beatty

Allegheny SS
Before me Robert Beatty, Esq., one of the justices of the peace for sd. county appeared Robert Johnston.......4 Mar 1825 (rechecked date ?) Recorded 11 April 1825.



Bk. 2-G (32)
Pg. 74
This indenture made 5 April 1825 between Francis Beatty, Sr. of Indiana twp.
Allegheny co., PA, farmer, of the one part and John Armstrong, school master, of the city of Pittsburg of the other part. Francis Beatty, Sr. for $650 a piece of ground in the city of Pittsburg.

Bounded as follows: beginning in Virgin Alley....to the place of beginning...being a
parallelogram....same lot John Wills by deed bearing date 13 Apr. 1812 leased to James Eaton, who conveyed on 27 Mar. 1813 to Francis Beatty, Sr., Nancy Eaton, James Eaton's wife, also signed said conveyance.

Recorded Allegheny co., Bk. S pg. 449, assgmt. recorded pg. 457 in same book.
Francis Beatty, Senr.
In presence of:
M. B. Lowrie

City of Pittsburg SS
Mathew B. Lowrie, an alderman in and for said city. Francis Beatty, Sr. acknowledged the deed.Nicholas B. Lowrie Recorded April 25, 1825
Microfilm # 1497874 (excerpts)
Allegheny co., PA Deeds
Bk. 2G (32)
Pg. 59
This indenture made 4 April 1825 between Robert Johnston of Plum twp.,
Allegheny co., PA of the one part and Samuel Snodgrass of twp., co., and
state afsd. of the other part. Robert Johnston for $890 paid by Samuel
Snodgrass for two tracts of land situate in twp. and county afsd. Bounded:
Beginning at a post on Beatty's line .....thence by Beatty's line containing
86 1/4 Acres, part of a tract granted to Robert Johnston by patent dated 3
March 1789 in patent book No. 14 pg. 524 & another tract....
Robert Johnston

In Presence of William McJunkin
Robt. Beatty

Allegheny SS
Before me Robert Beatty, Esq., one of the justices of the peace for sd.
county appeared Robert Johnston.......4 Mar 1825 (rechecked date ?)
Recorded 11 April 1825.



Bk. 2-G (32)
Pg. 74
This indenture made 5 April 1825 between Francis Beatty, Sr. of Indiana twp. Allegheny co., PA, farmer, of the one part and John Armstrong, schoolmaster, of the city of Pittsburg of the other part. Francis Beatty, Sr. for $650 a piece of ground in the city of Pittsburg. Bounder as follows: beginning in Virgin Alley....to the place of beginning...being a parallelogram....same lot John Wills by deed bearing date 13 Apr. 1812 leased to James Eaton, who conveyed on 27 Mar. 1813 to Francis Beatty, Sr.,
Nancy Eaton, James Eaton's wife, also signed said conveyance. Recorded Allegheny co., Bk. S pg. 449, assgmt. recorded pg. 457 in same book.

Francis Beatty, Senr.
In presence of:
M. B. Lowrie
City of Pittsburg SS
Mathew B. Lowrie, an alderman in and for said city.

Francis Beatty, Sr. acknowledged the deed.Nicholas B. Lowrie
Recorded April 25, 1825



Bk. 2-G (32)
Pg. 291
This article of agreement made 12 July 1825 between James Beatty and Katharine, his wife, of the one part and William Beatty, son of the sd. James and Katharine Beatty of the other part, all of Allegheny county and state of Pennsylvania. Witnesseth that whereas the aforesaid James and Katharine is now becoming aged and infirm and not able to labor and to procure a maintenance or support and whereas the said James Beatty and Katharine his wife is at present in right and in the possession of a certain tract of land on which they now reside lying and being in Wilkins twp., Allegheny co., PA. Bounded as follows: -on the west by lands of John Willson, on north by the lands of Hance Woods, on the east and northeast by the lands of Thomas May and Samuel Uer and on the south and southeast by the lands of the heirs of John Johnston, Esq. and John Kelly's heirs containing 75 acres, thereabouts.
James Beatty and Katharine his wife have granted, bargained, sold and confirm unto William Beatty, subject to the following conditions and payments.- I, William Beatty pay to said James and Katharine Beatty such sums from time to time of money as will be necessary to procure a comfortable support and maintenance for them during their natural life and at time of funeral if either should require to provide a funeral, etc. etc. and keep accurate accounts and it is to be used against the price set by five men chosen by said William and the other heirs of said James and Katharine, each of which shall be the choice of one. (So five men each chosen by one of the five heirs shall set the worth of the land-DVZ) -One fifth part paid to Ellie Beatty, son of said James and Katharine or to
his heirs. -One fifth part to James Beatty or his heirs, son of aforesaid James and Katharine.
-One fifth part to ..........................(skipped part when originally copied)...............Obe, formerly Rachel Beatty, or to her heirs. -One fifth part to Jane Ireland wife of Thomas Ireland or to her heirs, formerly Jane Beatty, and in case there should be no remainders or overplus after paying monies first stipulated by said William Beatty and his heirs
then William & c (wife-DVZ)shall not be bound to pay any farther sum.
(Other conditions-very long deed-see deed-DVZ)
James Beatty
Katherine (her X mark) Beatty
William Beatty
In Presence of:
A.F. Gore
James Ross
Allegheny co. SS-
James, Katharine, William acknowledged the deed.
14 July 1825,
A. F. Gore, J.P.
Recorded 12 Dec. 1825


This James Beatty:
1820 Allegheny co., PA Pitt twp.
pg. 162
Hance Woods
(next hh)
David Bailey
(next hh)
Pitt twp. pg. 162
Jaems Battey
1 m 16-18
2 m 18-26
1 m 45+
1 f 16-26
1 f 45+
0201
(next hh)
Pitt twp. pg. 162
Elias Battey
1 m 26-45
3 f und 10
1 f 16-26
01
(did Pitt twp. become Wilkins twp?)
1850 Allegheny co., PA Wilkins twp. pg. 273
Thomas Ireland 51 laborer Ireland
Jane 53 PA
William 22 or 27 PA
Mary 25? PA
Robert 24 laborer PA
Elisa 15 (f) PA
Hugh 13 PA
Sarah 6 PA
1850 Allegheny co., PA Wilkins twp. pg. 272
This one?
John Abers 50 farmer 2500 PA
Rachel 49 PA
John 16 or 14 PA
Katharine 23 PA
Mathew 12 PA
William 8 PA
Matilda Goss 3 PA
John Lowry 27 PA
Robert 25 PA
(Deeds: James, William, Eli, Beatty, etal to John Aber and James Beatty,
Estate to John Aber-1837-Did John Aber end up with the land?)


Bk. 2G (32) pg. 513
This indenture made 8 October 1825 betweem Francis Beatty of Indiana twp., Allegheny co., PA of the one part and Francis Beatty, Jr., his son of the same place of the other part. For natural love and affection and for $200 a tract of land in twp. afsd. in Cunningham's District of Depreciation land being lot # 3 as shown on survey....139 acres more or less...same land William Wusthoff, late sheriff of Allegheny co. levied on and sold as the
estate of James Sample unto John Wilkins as by deed poll dated 12 Jan. 1802 and said John Wilkins with Catherine, his wife by deed dated 19 July 1811 and recorded Bk. S pg. 72-73 conveyed unto Francis Beaty.
Francis Beaty
In Presence of:
M. B. Lowrie
City of Pittsburg
Before me an Alderman for said city ....Francis Beatty acknowledged the deed.
8 Oct. 1825
Mathew B. Lowrie, "Ald."
Recorded 25 March 1826


Bk. 2H (33) pg. 44
This indenture made 4 Sept. 1820 between William Marshall of Indiana twp. Allegheny co., PA and Anna, his wife of the one part and Francis Beaty of the same place of the other part. William Marshall and Anna, his wife for $860 tract of land called Sugarloaf Borough situate on Northwest side of River Allegheny in co., afsd. ....containing 235 A and 135 perches and allowance of six percent for roads & c being lot #97 in Cunningham's District # 4 of Depreciation Lands which 9 May 1786 granted to John Cornman and the executor of said John Cornman conveyed to Archibald McCall and
Mathew Pearce 20 March 1796 and the said Mathew Pearce 22 Mar 1796 to Nathan
Leefborough and deed of partition and Archibald McCall and Elizabeth, his wife to William Marshall.
William Marshall
Anny Marshall


2-H (33) pg. 276
This indenture made 21 Sept. 1826 between Michael Linders of Indiana twp. Allegheny co., PA and his wife of the one part and Robert Beatty of the same place of the other part. Witnesseth, Michael Linders and Mary, his wife, for $100 a tract of land in Indiana twp. being part of lot # 1 in Cunningham's District of Depreciation Land. Patent to Joseph Jessup and he to Michael Linders.

Michael Linders
Mary (her X mark) Linders
In Presence of:
Wm. D. Hawkins
J.P. for Alleghen co., PA
Michael Linders acknowledged and Mary Linders relinquished dower.
21 Sept. 1826
Recorded 3 Oct. 1826



This James Beatty:
1820 Allegheny co., PA Pitt twp.
pg. 162
Hance Woods
(next hh)
David Bailey
(next hh)
Pitt twp. pg. 162
Jaems Battey
1 m 16-18
2 m 18-26
1 m 45+
1 f 16-26
1 f 45+
0201
(next hh)
Pitt twp. pg. 162
Elias Battey
1 m 26-45
3 f und 10
1 f 16-26
01
(did Pitt twp. become Wilkins twp?)
1850 Alleghen co., PA Wilkins twp. pg. 273
Thomas Ireland 51 laborer Ireland
Jane 53 PA
William 22 or 27 PA
Mary 25? PA
Robert 24 laborer PA
Elisa 15 (f) PA
Hugh 13 PA
Sarah 6 PA
1850 Allegheny co., PA Wilkins twp. pg. 272
This one?
John Abers 50 farmer 2500 PA
Rachel 49 PA
John 16 or 14 PA
Katharine 23 PA
Mathew 12 PA
William 8 PA
Matilda Goss 3 PA
John Lowry 27 PA
Robert 25 PA
(Deeds: James, William, Eli, Beatty, etal to John Aber and James Beatty,
Estate to John Aber-1837-Did John Aber end up with the land?)


Bk. 2G (32) pg. 513
This indenture made 8 October 1825 betweem Francis Beatty of Indiana twp.,
Allegheny co., PA of the one part and Francis Beatty, Jr., his son of the
same place of the other part. For natural love and affection and for $200 a
tract of land in twp. afsd. in Cunningham's District of Depreciation land
being lot # 3 as shown on survey....139 acres more or less...same land
William Wusthoff, late sheriff of Allegheny co. levied on and sold as the
estate of James Sample unto John Wilkins as by deed poll dated 12 Jan. 1802
and said John Wilkins with Catherine, his wife by deed dated 19 July 1811
and recorded Bk. S pg. 72-73 conveyed unto Francis Beaty.
Francis Beaty

In Presence of:
M. B. Lowrie
City of Pittsburg
Before me an Alderman for said city ....Francis Beatty acknowledged the
deed.
8 Oct. 1825
Mathew B. Lowrie, "Ald."
Recorded 25 March 1826

Bk. 2H (33) pg. 44
This indenture made 4 Sept. 1820 between William Marshall of Indiana twp.
Allegheny co., PA and Anna, his wife of the one part and Francis Beaty of
the same place of the other part. William Marshall and Anna, his wife for
$860 tract of land called Sugarloaf Borough situate on Northwest side of
River Allegheny in co., afsd. ....containing 235 A and 135 perches and
allowance of six percent for roads & c being lot #97 in Cunningham's
District # 4 of Depreciation Lands which 9 May 1786 granted to John Cornman
and the executor of said John Cornman conveyed to Archibald McCall and
Mathew Pearce 20 March 1796 and the said Mathew Pearce 22 Mar 1796 to Nathan
Leefborough and deed of partition and Archibald McCall and Elizabeth, his
wife to William Marshall.
William Marshall
Anny Marshall

2-H (33) pg. 276
This indenture made 21 Sept. 1826 between Michael Linders of Indiana twp.
Allegheny co., PA and his wife of the one part and Robert Beatty of the same
place of the other part. Witnesseth, Michael Linders and Mary, his wife,
for $100 a tract of land in Indiana twp. being part of lot # 1 in
Cunningham's District of Depreciation Land. Patent to Joseph Jessup and he
to Michael Linders.
Michael Linders
Mary (her X mark) Linders
In Presence of:
Wm. D. Hawkins
J.P. for Alleghen co., PA
Michael Linders acknowledged and Mary Linders relinquished dower.
21 Sept. 1826
Recorded 3 Oct. 1826

1820 Allegheny co., PA Plum twp. pg. 196
Robert Battey
4 m und 10
2 m 10-16
1 m 18-26
1 m 45+
3 f und 10
2 f 10-16
1 f 16-26
1 f 26-45

Robinson twp. pg. 93-image 4
James Beaty
1 m 10-16
1 m 18-26
1 m 45+
1 f 10-16
1 f 26-45

Robinson/St. Clair twp. pg. 95-image 5
Francis Bealey
1 m 18-26
2 m 26-45
1 f 16-26
2-2

(next household)
William Bealey
1 m und 10
2 m 18-26
1 m 26-45
2 f und 10
1 f 16-26
3-3

Indiana twp. pg. 218
Francis Battey
2 m und 10
2 m 18-26
2 m 26-45
1 m 45+
3 f 16-26
0202

Pittsburg pg. 24
William Beatey
1 m 16-18
1 m 18-26
1 f 10-16

Pitt twp. pg. 162
Jaems Battey
1 m 16-18
2 m 18-26
1 m 45+
1 f 16-26
1 f 45+
0201

Pitt twp. pg. 162
Elias Battey
1 m 26-45
3 f und 10
1 f 16-26
01

Pittsburg pg. 35
William Battey
1 m 18-26
1 m 45+
2 f 16-26
1 f 26-45

1820 Allegheny co., PA
Samuel Batey (image 2)
Versailles pg. 190
1 m und 10
1 m 18-26
3 m 26-45
1 f 16-26

Allegheny co., PA Deeds (excerpts) Microfilm # 1497864
Bk. 4-D Pg. 138-139
This indenture made 26 day of January 1773 between William Baty of Cumberland county and Province of Pennsylvania, farmer, of the one part & Joseph Clugston of the same place of the other part. Witnesseth that the said William Beattey for 50 current money paid by said Joseph Clugston. William Beattey confers upon Joseph Clugston all that tract or parcel of land situate in Bedford county on the waters of Turtle Creek adjoining other lands of the said Beattey's, Robert Johnston and Adam Dickey, surveyed by virtue of a location for 300 acres with the allowance, with the appurtenances...
William Beattey (seal)
In Presence of:
James Brotherton
Thomas Prather
Received of Joseph Clingston 50 on 26 January 1779.
William Beattey


Cumberland co. SS
Before me one of the subscribing Justices in and for said county came
William Beattey & acknowledged the above indenture to be his act & deed..26
Jan. 1773
Thos. Prather
Recorded June 1, 1795.

He probably brought the purchase deed in to be recorded when he was going to
sell part of it 22 years later.

Microfilm # 1497864
Allegheny co., PA Deeds (excerpts)
Bk. 4-D Pg. 139-140
This indenture made 14 January 1795 between Joseph Clugston of York co., PA
of the one part and William Clugston of aforesaid county of the other part.
Joseph Clugston for 200 confers upon William Clugston part of a tract of
land lying and being in Plumb township, Allegheny county, in the state
aforesaid. Beginning at a post the corner of Joseph Beatty's land and
running west 233 perches to a spanish oak tree..S 117 perches.E233 perches
and a straightline to the beginning containing 150 acres of land.
Joseph (his~mark) Clugston
In Presence of: Thomas White, William McClean
Acknowledged 2 Jan. 1795
Recorded 1 June 1795

Allegheny co., PA Grantor Index to Deeds
Microfilm # 1532925
1788-1880
1806-Beaty, ___, by shrff, etal to John Johnston (13-362)
1813-Beatty, Alexander by shrff.-John Meck (19-162) Pittb.
1832- Beatty, Alexander-Michael Allen (43-294) Alleg.
1832- Beatty, Alexander-William Fitzsimmons (43-302) Alleg.
1832- Beatty, Alexander, etal-Michael Allen, Assgne, etal (43-306) Vol.
Asgmt.
1832-Beatty, A & W & Co.- Michael Allen, Assgne, etal (43-306) Vol. Asgmt.
1832-Beatty, A & W & Co.-Alexander Beatty P of A (43-318)
1863-Beattie, Amelia, etal-Eliza McKee, etal (161-334) Brghm.
1865- Beattie, Amelia, etal-Eliza Bell (179-584) Alleg.
1872-Beatty, Ann J. E., etal-William Coleman (290-105) Patton twp.
1875-Beatty, Ann B., Est.-Robley D. Beatty (346-163) Pgh 19Ward
1879-Beatty, Ann J. G., etal-Alexander Linton (389-337) Release
1848-Beatty, Benjamin F., by shrff.-Jacob Geyer (81-576) Alleg.
1870-Beatty, Belle C., al-R. C. Beatty (252-411) Pgh 19wd
1880-Beatty, B. D., Est.-James S. Negley, Jr. (408-541) Pgh 19wd
1849-Beatty, Charles C., Trste-Eli Welliver (88-352) Alleg.
1850-Beatty, Charles C., Trste, etal-James Miller (90-195) Alleg.
1851-Beatty, Charles C., Trste-Leonard Louey (95-393) Alleg.
1851-Beatty, Charles C., Trste-Thomas A. Robinson (96-554) Alleg.
1851-Beatty, Charles C., Trste-John Shannon (96-570) Alleg.
1851-Beatty, Charles C., Trste-James B. Graham (101-20) Alleg.
1851-Beatty, Charles C., Trste-John Larimer (101-22) Alleg.
1851-Beatty, Charles C., Trste-M. M. Samford (116-482) Alleg.
1860-Beatty, Catherine, al-Peter Stewart (145-233) Shaler twp.
1863-Beatty, Cavin, al-Stewart S. D. Thompson (164-138) Wilkins twp.
1863-Beatty, Cavin, al-David Sampson (164-140) Wilkins twp.
1866- Beatty, Catherine, al-Robert Chessman (193-498) Shaler twp.
1866- Beatty, Catherine, al-Robert Chessman (198-41) Shaler twp.
1871- Beatty, Catherine, al-Edward Curren (270-536) Pgh.
1875- Beatty, Cavin, al-John Sampson, al (336-633) Penn twp.
1864-Beatty, David E., ux-Francis Brady (168-422) Allegh. 4wd
1865-Beatty, David E., ux-James M. Taylor (182-331) Pgh 9wd
1790-Beatty, Ercuries-Nathan McDowell (2-178) Pgh
1790-Beatty, Ercuries-Nathan McDowell (2-179) Allegh
1790-Beatty, Ercuries-Nathan McDowell (2-182) Reserve Tract
1803-Beatty, Ercuries-Joseph Asheton (12-8) Pgh
1803-Beatty, Ercuries, ux-James B. Clow (12-12) Manor of Pgh
1805-Beatty, Ercuries, ux-James O'Hara (13-242) Allegh. Co.
1805-Beatty, Ercuries, ux-James O'Hara (13-243) Reserve Tract
1806-Beatty, Erkuries-John Johnston, al (12-472) Pgh
1810-Beatty, Erkuries-Joseph Asheton (16-509) Allegy

1813-Beatty, E., ux-John Johnston, al (19-52) Pgh
1814-Beatty, Ebenr, ux-James Patterson (19-390) Brgm.
1815-Beatty, Ebenr, ux-Felix Brunot (21-223) Pgh.
1821-Beatty, E., ux-Mary W. Ferguson (28-337) Release
1827-Beatty, Ebenr.-Robert Jones (35-43)N. Liberties
1834-Beatty, E.-Nathan McDowell (47-419) Alleg, twp.
1836-Beatty, Elizabeth, al-John Obey (50-346) St. Clair twp.
1837-Beatty, Eli, al-John Aber (53-163) Release
1843-Beattey, Elizabeth, al-Samuel Beaty (65-428) Plum twp.
1849-Beatty, Eli C., ux-John R. Beatty (85-115)Plum twp.
1857-Beattie, Elizabeth B., al-John McCullough (129-118) N. Liberties
1859-Beatty, Eliza, al-Eliza McKee (139-171) Brgm
1859-Beatty, Elizabeth, al-Eliza McKee (139-171) Brgm
1859-Beatty, Eliza, al-Nathaniel Patterson (141-385) Asgmt.
1861-Beattie, Elizabeth B.-Eliza McKee (148-472)
1865-Beattie, Eleanor M., etal-Eliza Bell (179-584) Alleg.
1865-Beatty, Eliza, Estate-Eliza Bell (179-584) Alleg.
1866-Beatty, Edward, ux-Robert Morrow (201-270) Alleg.
1867-Beatty, Elizabeth, etal-William Beatty (211-610) Patton twp.
1873-Beatty, Elizabeth, etal-William F. Beatty (307-219) Pgh 1st wd
1873-Beattie, Elizabeth B.-John F. Scott (315-631) Pgh 19 wd
1875-Beattie, E. D?, al-D. O'Connor (309-616) S. Fayette twp.
1825-Beatty, Francis, Sr.-John Armstrong (32-74) Pgh
1826-Beatty, Francis-Francis Beatty, Jr. (32-513) Indiana twp.
183_-Beatty, Francis' Estate-James Stewart, Jr. (40-312) Indiana twp.
1848-Beatty, Francis, etal-Francis Black (81-592) E. Deer twp.
1848-Beatty, Francis, etal-James Black (81-593) E. Deer twp.
1849-Beatty, Francis' Estate-Gawn Robinson (86-202) Indiana twp.
1858-Beatty, Francis-John B. Beatty (135-532) Indiana twp.
1863-Beatty, Francis' Estate-James T. Beatty, etal (158-359) Indiana twp.
1864-Beatty, Francis-James T. Beatty, al (168-504) Indiana twp.
1864-Beatty, Francis, al-Henry Young (172-414) E. Deer twp.
1867-Beatty, Francis, al-County of Allegheny (220-2) Ind. Twp.
1867-Beatty, Francis, Est.-County of Allegheny (220-2) Ind. Twp.
1867-Beatty, Francis H., al-County of Allegheny (220-2) Ind. Twp.
1872-Beatty, Francis H., al-Sarah C. Giffen (292-358) Indiana twp.
1872-Beatty, Francis H., al-John B. Beatty (280-583) Indiana twp.
1872-Beatty, Francis H., al-Margaret E. Stewart (296-672) Indiana twp.
1872-Beatty, Francis H., al-Mary A. Beatty (296-674) Indiana twp.
1872-Beatty, Francis H., al-Martha Henry (296-676) Indiana twp.
1872-Beatty, Francis H., al-Jane E. Carson (296-677) Indiana twp.
1874-Beatty, Francis H., al-Adam Kriser (331-240) E. Deer twp.


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