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  • Birth  1843  New York, New York Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Person ID  I1292  Ellis-Pagoria Family Tree
    Last Modified  23 Dec 2012 
     
    Father  Israel Clark Beal,   b. 19 Jun 1809, Junius, Seneca County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Sep 1850, Brunswick, Medina County, Ohio Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Temperence Howell,   b. 1810, Junius, Seneca County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 09 Dec 1874, Sandusky, Ohio Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  Jun 1831  Junius, Seneca, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F496  Group Sheet
     
  • Photos 1870 Census - Temperance (Howell) Beal & Family.jpg
    1850 Census - Israel, Temperance Beal.jpg
     
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    • Audrey Maxine Ellis' Great Grand Uncle

      Constantine Beal
      Age at Enlistment: 19
      Enlistment Date: 31 Jul 1862
      Rank at enlistment: Corporal
      State Served: Ohio
      Was POW?: Yes
      Survived the War?: Yes
      Service Record: Promoted to Full Sergeant on 06 Sep 1862.
      Enlisted in Company B, Ohio 111th Infantry Regiment on 31 Jul 1862.
      Promoted to Full 1st Sergeant on 27 Dec 1863.
      Promoted to Full 1st Lieutenant on 26 Jun 1864.
      Mustered out on 28 Dec 1864.
      Commissioned an officer in on 28 Dec 1864.
      Mustered out on 31 Mar 1866.

      Birth Date: abt 1843
      Sources: Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio

      111th Infantry Regiment Ohio
      Date of Organization: 6 Sep 1862
      Muster Date: 27 Jun 1865
      Regiment State: Ohio
      Regiment Type: Infantry
      Regiment Number: 111th
      Officers Killed or Mortally Wounded: 2
      Officers Died of Disease or Accident: 3
      Enlisted Killed or Mortally Wounded: 52
      Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident: 158
      Regimental Soldiers and History: List of Soldiers

      Regimental History
      OHIO
      ONE HUNDRED and ELEVENTH INFANTRY
      (Three Years)

      One Hundred and Eleventh Infantry. - Col., John R. Bond;
      Lieut.Cols., Benjamin W. Johnson, Moses R. Brailey, Isaac R.
      Sherwood; Maj. Thomas C. Norris. This regiment was organized
      at Camp Toledo, Sept. 5 and 6, 1862, to serve for three years.
      It was a northwestern Ohio regiment, having been raised in San-
      dusky, Lucas, Wood, Fulton, Williams and Defiance counties. It
      took the field at Covington, Ky., and remained in that state
      employed in various duties for the greater part of a year. It
      was then ordered to East Tennessee, where it was first engaged
      at Huff's ferry, losing only a few wounded, as it was on the
      right flank of the brigade and partially under cover of dense
      woods. At Loudon creek a brisk skirmish took place between the
      regiment and the 6th S. C. sharpshooters, composing Gen. Long-
      street's advance, and in this engagement the regiment lost 4
      killed and 12 wounded. In the engagement at Campbell's station
      the regiment occupied the front line, directly in front of two
      batteries of Confederate artillery, and was for 6 hours exposed
      to the shells of the enemy's concentrated fire, but lost only 8
      men killed and wounded. It passed through the siege of Knox-
      ville, occupying the fort on College hill, and lost 6 men
      killed and wounded. After Gen. Longstreet's retreat it took
      part in the skirmishes at Blain's cross-roads and Dandridge and
      occupied an outpost 6 miles in front of the city when Gen.
      Schofield fell back the second time on Knoxville. In May the
      regiment united with the left wing of Gen. Sherman's army to
      participate in the Atlanta campaign. It marched to Tunnel Hill
      on May 7, and on the following day skirmished into a position
      in front of Buzzard Roost gap. It had but seven companies en-
      gaged at Resaca, but out of the number 7 men were killed and 30
      wounded. In the engagement at Dallas it lost 15 men killed and
      wounded. It was actively engaged in the siege of Kennesaw
      mountain, the battles at Pine and Lost mountains, on the Chat-
      tahoochee river, near Nickajack creek, at Peachtree creek, in
      the siege of Atlanta and the skirmishes at Utoy creek and Love-
      joy's Station. It started on the Atlanta campaign with 380 men
      and of this number lost in killed and wounded 212. Following
      Hood into Tennessee, it participated in the skirmishes at Co-
      lumbia and was detailed to remain in the rear to guard the
      forks of Duck river while Gen. Thomas' army fell back on Frank-
      lin. In the fight at Franklin, out of 180 men engaged the
      regiment lost 22 men killed on the field and 40 wounded, many
      being killed by Confederate bayonets. It was severely engaged
      during both days of the fighting in front of Nashville and in a
      charge on the second day it captured 3 Confederate battle-flags
      and a large number of prisoners, losing 7 killed and 15 wound-
      ed. After pursuing Hood for some distance, the regiment was
      sent to North Carolina, where it joined the army under Gen.
      Terry and took an active part in the capture of Fort Anderson
      and in the skirmishes at Town creek and Goldsboro. It then did
      garrison duty at Salisbury until ordered home to be mustered
      out, the latter event occurring on June 27, 1865. The regiment
      numbered 1,050 when it entered the service and received 85 re-
      cruits. Of these men 234 were discharged for disability, dis-
      ease and wounds; 200 died of disease contracted in the service;
      252 were killed in battle or died of wounds and 401 were mus-
      tered out, leaving 48 unaccounted for.

      Source: The Union Army, vol. 2

      Battles Fought
      Fought on 2 Jan 1863 at Stones River, TN.
      Fought on 14 Feb 1863.
      Fought on 14 Nov 1863 at Huff's Ferry, TN.
      Fought on 15 Nov 1863 at Loudon Creek, TN.
      Fought on 16 Nov 1863 at Lenoir, TN.
      Fought on 16 Nov 1863 at Campbell's Station, TN.
      Fought on 20 Nov 1863.
      Fought on 21 Jan 1864 at Strawberry Plains, TN.
      Fought on 22 Jan 1864 at Knoxville, TN.
      Fought on 9 May 1864 at Rocky Face Ridge, GA.
      Fought on 14 May 1864 at Resaca, GA.
      Fought on 27 May 1864 at Dallas, GA.
      Fought on 2 Jun 1864 at Mud Creek, GA.
      Fought on 2 Jun 1864 at Dallas, GA.
      Fought on 22 Jun 1864 at Kenesaw Mountain, GA.
      Fought on 27 Jun 1864 at Kenesaw Mountain, GA.
      Fought on 28 Jun 1864 at Kenesaw Mountain, GA.
      Fought on 2 Jul 1864 at Kenesaw Mountain, GA.
      Fought on 20 Jul 1864 at Atlanta, GA.
      Fought on 22 Jul 1864 at Atlanta, GA.
      Fought on 24 Jul 1864 at Atlanta, GA.
      Fought on 29 Jul 1864 at Atlanta, GA.
      Fought on 6 Aug 1864 at Atlanta, GA.
      Fought on 5 Sep 1864 at Lovejoy Station, GA.
      Fought on 30 Sep 1864 at Stone Mountain, GA.
      Fought on 28 Nov 1864 at Columbia, TN.
      Fought on 29 Nov 1864 at On Retreat From Columbia, TN.
      Fought on 29 Nov 1864.
      Fought on 30 Nov 1864 at Franklin, TN.
      Fought on 15 Dec 1864 at Nashville, TN.
      Fought on 16 Dec 1864 at Nashville, TN.