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Sandusky (New York, United States) (search for this): entry beakman-daniel-frederick
Beakman, Daniel Frederick, 1760-1869 Soldier; born in New Jersey about 1760; enlisted in 1778, and served throughout the Revolutionary War; was the last surviving pensioner of that war. In 1867 Congress passed a special act, giving him a pension of $500 during life. He died in Sandusky, N. Y., April 5, 1869.
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Beakman, Daniel Frederick, 1760-1869 Soldier; born in New Jersey about 1760; enlisted in 1778, and served throughout the Revolutionary War; was the last surviving pensioner of that war. In 1867 Congress passed a special act, giving him a pension of $500 during life. He died in Sandusky, N. Y., April 5, 1869.
Daniel Frederick Beakman (search for this): entry beakman-daniel-frederick
Beakman, Daniel Frederick, 1760-1869 Soldier; born in New Jersey about 1760; enlisted in 1778, and served throughout the Revolutionary War; was the last surviving pensioner of that war. In 1867 Congress passed a special act, giving him a pension of $500 during life. He died in Sandusky, N. Y., April 5, 1869.
Beakman, Daniel Frederick, 1760-1869 Soldier; born in New Jersey about 1760; enlisted in 1778, and served throughout the Revolutionary War; was the last surviving pensioner of that war. In 1867 Congress passed a special act, giving him a pension of $500 during life. He died in Sandusky, N. Y., April 5, 1869. Beakman, Daniel Frederick, 1760-1869 Soldier; born in New Jersey about 1760; enlisted in 1778, and served throughout the Revolutionary War; was the last surviving pensioner of that war. In 1867 Congress passed a special act, giving him a pension of $500 during life. He died in Sandusky, N. Y., April 5, 1869.
Beakman, Daniel Frederick, 1760-1869 Soldier; born in New Jersey about 1760; enlisted in 1778, and served throughout the Revolutionary War; was the last surviving pensioner of that war. In 1867 Congress passed a special act, giving him a pension of $500 during life. He died in Sandusky, N. Y., April 5, 1869.
Beakman, Daniel Frederick, 1760-1869 Soldier; born in New Jersey about 1760; enlisted in 1778, and served throughout the Revolutionary War; was the last surviving pensioner of that war. In 1867 Congress passed a special act, giving him a pension of $500 during life. He died in Sandusky, N. Y., April 5, 1869.
Beakman, Daniel Frederick, 1760-1869 Soldier; born in New Jersey about 1760; enlisted in 1778, and served throughout the Revolutionary War; was the last surviving pensioner of that war. In 1867 Congress passed a special act, giving him a pension of $500 during life. He died in Sandusky, N. Y., April 5, 1869.
Beakman, Daniel Frederick, 1760-1869 Soldier; born in New Jersey about 1760; enlisted in 1778, and served throughout the Revolutionary War; was the last surviving pensioner of that war. In 1867 Congress passed a special act, giving him a pension of $500 during life. He died in Sandusky, N. Y., April 5, 1869.