John Beaty

John Beaty was a Lieutenant killed at the battle of Kings Mountain.

Washington County VA surveyor’s book entries show where he lived.

Page 1 – Francis Beatie…30 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the waters of Little Holston, branch of the Middle Fork of Holston River, at the foot of Walkers Mountain…Beginning near the lines of John Beaties patent land…by a spring at the foot of Walkers Mountain…February 25, 1781…Warrant #6171 dated December 30, 1780

Page 35 – Andrew Kinkinnon…361 ac…on both sides of Little Holstein, branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning in a sinkhole amongst a parcel of rocks, corner to John Beatties old tract…on James Thompsons line…on Bates old line…January 3, 1783 – Andrew Kinkinnon…400 ac on Little Holstein River…200 ac surveyed on January 21, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…September 1, 1781

Page 22 – Francis Kinkennon…390 ac…Preemption Warrant…Beginning line of John Beatys patent land…on the north side of a sinkhole by the road side…October 28, 1782

Page 22 – Thomas Stuart…360 ac…Commissioners Certificate…1 certificate granted to John Robinson for 150 ac and assigned to Stuart, the other for 250 ac granted to Stuart…on the waters of Little Holstein, branch of the middle fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to John Beatys patent land…April 25, 1792 – Thomas Stuart, assignee of John Robinson…250 ac…by actual settlement made in 1773, near the headwaters of Little Holstein adjoining francis Beaty, John Beaty, Hugh Johnston, the heirs of Robert Buchanan…August 9, 1781