Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography/Beaseley, Nathaniel

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BEASELEY, Nathaniel, pioneer, b. in 1751; d. in Knox co., Ohio, 27 March, 1835. He was a large and powerful man, a noted Indian fighter, and performed valuable services in the St. Clair and Wayne campaigns. He afterward settled in Chillicothe, Ohio, was a member of the general assembly in 1819-20 from Adams co., and senator from Brown in 1820-'2. He was also canal commissioner and major-general of militia.