BAT, GERARD. Mayor of London (BEAT'A', 1991, by J. Gordon Beattie. York: Ryedale Printing.
- History of the Beatties of Langholm)
BAT, NICHOLAS. Mayor of London (J. Gordon Beattie, op.cit.)
BETY, DAVID. Provost of Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland. (J. Gordon Beattie, op.cit.)
BEATTIE, JOHN was Burgess in Aberdeen (NSCM I, p.24, Miscellany of the New Spalding Club,
Aberdeen 1890-1908, 2 Vols) (The 1473 through 1635 listings below, Linda Merle extracted
from George F. Black's Surnames of Scotland. NY Public Library, 1946, p. 65.)
BATY, WM. was burgess of Montrose (Registrum Episcaptus Aberdonensis, Edinburgh, 1845, 2
Vol) Vol II p 170).
BATY, JOHN rendered to Eschequer accts of same burgh (Eschequer Rolls of Scotland Vol 1-23
(1264-1600), ed. 1878-1908, XIX, p.43)
BATY, JOHN was prependary of Lincloudane (Selections from the Records of the Regality of
Melrose and Manuscripts of Earl Haddington, Edinburgh, 1914- 17, 3 Vol, Vol III, p 393).
BATIE, ANDREW was Burgess of Dumfries (Edgar, p 242).
BETTIE, ROBERT was burgess of Montrose (RPC, 2nd Series, Vol 5, p 517)
BEATY, JOHN. Marbletown, Ulster Co, NY elected High Sheriff. His widow, Susannah Asfordby
Beatty, migrated to Frederick Co Maryland where a large Beatty colony was established.
(BP2000 Lineage One)
BEATTY, THOMAS. Frederick, MD. (1703-1769) Judge of Prince Georges Co 1739-1748; Frederick
Co 1748-49 & 1752-1760. Elected to MD House of Burgesses 1757, 1758. One of the
"Sons of Liberty" who led the revolt against the Stamp Act in MD.
Beatty, John (1749-1826) Born in Neshaminy, Pa., December 10,
1749. Colonel in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War; member of New Jersey
state house of assembly, 1789-1790; Delegate to Continental Congress from New Jersey,
1784-1785; U.S. Representative from New Jersey at-large, 1793-1795; secretary of state of
New Jersey, 1795-1805. Died in Trenton, N.J., May 30, 1826. Interment at First
Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Trenton, N.J.
BEATTY, CHARLES (COL.), (1730-1804), son of Thomas (1703-1769), Frederick MD. Elected to
MD Assembly 1773.
BEATTY, WILLIAM (JR.) (C0L.), (1738-1801), cousin of Charles (1730-1804), Served in
Maryland Legislature. Buried, Mt. Olive Cemetery, Frederick MD.
BEATTY, JOHN (1749-1826) Born in Pennsylvania. Member of New Jersey state legislature;
Delegate to Continental Congress from New Jersey; U.S. Representative from New Jersey,
1793-95. Interment at First Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Trenton, N.J. (BP2000 Lineage 5
- Was Commissar General of Prisoners of War during the Revolution. Negotiated with
Cornwallis, papers on file at The Library of Virginia, Richmond)The Political Graveyard
website, created and maintained by Lawrence Kestenbaum.
Beatty, William (1787-1851) Born in Ireland. U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 23rd
District, 1837-1841; member of Pennsylvania state legislature. Interment at Old Butler
Cemetery, Butler, Pa.
BEATY, JAMES, M.P. - b. Killashandra, Ireland, 1798;M.P. for Toronto East in 1867 and
1872; Came to York, Ontario in 1818 and in 1836 he was elected as a reform councillor for
St Lawrence Ward; Claimed to have carried the Orange flag banner?] in the first Toronto
Orange Parade in 1822. (Contributed by Marsha Walker, L284)
Beatty, John (1828-1914) Born near Sandusky, Ohio, December 16, 1828. General in the Union
Army during the Civil War; U.S. Representative from Ohio 8th District, 1868-1873. Died in
Columbus, Ohio, December 21, 1914. Interment at Oakland Cemetery, Sandusky, Ohio.
BEATTY, OTHO (1773-1803), born Frederick Co. MD, son of William Jr. above and brother of
Henry and Adam following. Representative from Franklin Co Kentucky to the Kentucky House
BEATTY, HENRY. (1760-1840), born Frederick Co. MD, migrated to Winchester VA where he
became one of the community leaders and served on the City Council. Erroneously listed as
Mayor of Winchester by some sources...a position held by Beatty Carson, of unknown
relation. Henry was the son of Lineage One, Col. William (Jr.) Beatty of Frederick MD.
Buried, Mt. Hebron Cemetery, Winchester, VA.
BEATTY, ADAM. Born in Frederick MD to Lineage One Col. William (Jr.) Beatty, migrated to
KY and was elected to the KY Legislature in 1809 and served as Circuit Judge 1811-1824. A
close friend of Henry Clay.
Rochester, William Beatty (1789-1838) Born in Hagerstown, Md., January 29, 1789. Member of
New York state legislature, 1816; U.S. Representative from New York, 1821-23; state court
judge, 1823; candidate for Governor of New York, 1826. Lost in the wreck of the steamer
Pulaski off the coast of North Carolina, June 14, 1838; his remains were never recovered.
(BP2000 - Lineage One - son of Sophia Beatty of Frederick MD who married Nathanial
Rochester and with him founded Rochester, NY. Sophia was the daughter of Col. William
(Jr.) Beatty of Frederick MD listed above.) Part of the information from the Political
Graveyard website, created and maintained by Lawrence Kestenbaum.
Bate, William Brimage (1826-1905) of Nashville, Tenn. Born near Castalian Springs, Tenn.,
October 7, 1826. Served in the U.S. Army during the Mexican War; member of Tennessee state
house of representatives, 1849-1851; general in the Confederate Army during the Civil War;
Governor of Tennessee, 1883-1887; U.S. Senator from Tennessee, 1887-1905. Died in
Washington, D.C., March 9, 1905. Interment at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Nashville, Tenn.
Bate, Don E. of Lansing, Mich. Alternate delegate to Republican National Convention from
Michigan 6th District, 1932. Burial location unknown.
BEATY, MARTIN. (1784-?) Born in Virginia, October 8, 1784. Member of Kentucky state
legislature; U.S. Representative from Kentucky, 1833-35. In Kentucky in 1818, drilled the
first oil well in the world. Interment at Belmont Cemetery, Belmont, Tex. (BP2000 Lineage
#10 --records shows birth in PA) The Political Graveyard website, created and maintained
by Lawrence Kestenbaum.
BEATTY, WILLIAM. (1787-1851) Born in Ireland. U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania,
1837-41; member of Pennsylvania state legislature. Internment at Old Butler Cemetery,
Butler, Pa. The Political Graveyard website, created and maintained by Lawrence
BEATTY, DAVID L., Mayor of Louisville, Ky., 1841-43. Burial location unknown The Political
Graveyard website. Created and maintained by Lawrence Kestenbaum.
BEATTY, ROBERT (COL.), Lineage 4, County Clerk, Smyth Co, Virginia.
BEATTY, JOHN. (1828-1914) Born in Ohio, December 16, 1828. General in the Union Army
during the Civil War; U.S. Representative from Ohio, 1868-73. Died December 21, 1914.
Interment at Oakland Cemetery, Sandusky, Ohio. The Political Graveyard website Created and
maintained by Lawrence Kestenbaum.
BREWER, FRANCIS BEATTIE. (1820-1892) Born in Keene, N.H., October 8, 1820. Member of New
York state assembly, 1873; U.S. Representative from New York, 1883-85. Died July 29, 1892.
Internment at Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh, Pa.
The Political Graveyard website, created and maintained by Lawrence Kestenbaum.
WESLEY IRVING BEATTY 1877-1942, Served in the Nebraska House of Representatives,
1935-1937. Lineage 17. Submitted by Hal Beatty, L17.
BEATTY, DANIEL FISHER of Lineage 130B was mayor of Washington Township, NJ, for 1879 and
1880. (Doris Stanford, Lineage 130B)
BEATIE, C.F. (Lineage 4) The Oregonian, April 28, 1882
"DEAD--Hon. C.F.Beatie, ex-chairman of the democractic state central committee, died
at his home in Oregon City last Monday. Mr. Beatie was am honorable and honored man and
his death is more than a local loss."
[Charles Fountain Beatie was the grandson of William Beattie, who lived in Washington
City., VA and had fought at the Battle of Kings Mt. along with his brother David and John.
He came to Oregon in 1850 and obtained a DLC in Clackamas City. He was born in Washington
City., VA in 1827, son of Capt. William Beatie and Rhoda (White) Beatie, and died April
22, 1882.] [Elizabeth Baldwin, 4/98]
Robert Breckenridge Beatie "...one of the most popular men in the county as is
clearly evidenced that he was elected sheriff for two terms, and although a democrat in an
overwhelmingly republican country, was elected for the second term by a majority of more
than eleven thousand. Again his popularity was demonstrated when in 1910 he was elected
county judge by a majority vote of one thousand eighty. . ." as recorded in The
History Of Oregon by Hodgkin. Robert was the son of Charles Fountain Beatie referred
to in the 1882 entry. (Nancy Pullman, August, 1998)
Beatty, William H. Chief justice of California state supreme court, 1888-1914. Burial
BEATY, JOHN MORTON. born 29 Jun 1882 Wise Co VA; d. 25 Jan 1928 Richmond VA. Son of
Napoleon Ewing Beaty, M.D. Was a State Senator in Virginia at the time of his death.
Source: John Bennett Boddie, "Historical Southern Families", Vol. II. Pub.
Redwood City, California. 1958 [ISDN 8063-0028-0], p. 282. John Morton was of our BP2000
Lineage 10 who lived in Lee/Wise Cos VA. (Submitted by Michael Allen, 16 Oct 1998)
Beatty, Virgil of Beattyville, Ky. Alternate delegate to Republican National Convention
from Kentucky 7th District, 1920. Burial location unknown.
Beattie, Gladstone of St. Petersburg, Fla. Delegate to Republican
National Convention from Florida at-large, 1932. Burial location
Beattie, Trudy Member of Iowa Republican State Central Committee 4th District, 1971. Still
living as of 1971..
BEATTIE, DAVID STUART Sir New Zealand politician; Governor-General of New Zealand
1980-1985 (1924-- )
BEATTIE, MOLLIE. US administrator and environmentalist; commissioner of Vermont Department
of Forests, Parks and Recreation 1985-1989; director of US Fish and Wildlife Service
1993-1996 (1st female director) 1947-1996
BEATTIE, PETER DOUGLASS, born 1952. Minister of Health, Queensland, Australia.
Beatty, Kevin Workers World candidate for Presidential Elector
from Michigan, 1996. Still living as of 1996.
Mayor Charles "Chuck - Hatchet" Beatty, Current Mayor - Waxahachie, Texas.
Resume and photo: http://www.waxahachie.com/cbeatty.htm
Otto Beatty, Jr. (D) Attorney and Ohio State Representative. Resume and photo: http://www.house.state.oh.us/reps/bios/beatty.html
Chuck Beaty- City Council Member, City of Riverside, California. Resume and photo: http://www.ci.riverside.ca.us/council/ward1.html