George Dixon Beale

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George Dixon Beale

Also Known As: "Mancreed", "Nancrede"
Birthplace: Hampton, Virginia, United States
Death: Died in Washington, District of Columbia, District of Columbia, United States
Place of Burial: Congressional Cemetery Washington District of Columbia
Immediate Family:

Son of George Beale, III and Mary Beale
Husband of Emily Beale
Father of Truxton Dixon Beale; Gen. Edward F. Beale; George Nancrede (or Mancreed(e)) Beale; Elizabeth Read and Emily Wheeler
Brother of Robert Beale and Catherine Ann Crosby

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About George Dixon Beale

George Beale was a paymaster in the U.S. Navy. He earned a Congressional Medal for Valor in the War of 1812.

On Saturday evening, George Beale, Esq., late a Purser in the Navy of the United States, after a severe and lingering illness. His friends and the Army and Navy officers now in the city, are requested to attend his funeral tomorrow morning, at 11 o'clock, from his late residence near the city. George Beale entered the United States' Navy as Purser, about the commencement of the late war with Great Britain, and shortly afterwards joined the late gallant Com. McDonough, on Lake Champlain, where he remained until the close of it.

He participated in several severe skirmishes with the enemy, and bore a conspicuous part in the glorious action of the 11th of September, (upon which occasion he volunteered his services,) which elicited the thanks of Congress, a gold medal, etc. voted by that body to the distinguished Commander, and those engaged with him. To lofty patriotism, and an indomitable spirit that nothing could subdue, he united a chivalrous sense of honor, which he cherished ardently through life. He was a true son of the "Old Dominion." His warm friendships and generous nature will make his loss lamented by many friends; but to his bereaved and afflicted widow and children, his loss will be irreparable.
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George Dixon Beale's Timeline

Hampton, Virginia, United States
Age 28
Age 28
Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
February 4, 1822
Age 30
Washington, District of Columbia, District of Columbia, United States
Age 37
April 4, 1835
Age 43
Washington, District of Columbia, District of Columbia, United States
Congressional Cemetery Washington District of Columbia