Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography/Beall, Reazin

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BEALL, Reazin, soldier, b. in Pennsylvania 10 Aug., 1770; d. in Wooster, Ohio, 20 Feb., 1843. He was appointed ensign in the U.S. army 7 March, 1792, and battalion-adjutant and quartermaster in 1793, and was an officer under Gen. Anthony Wayne in his campaign against the Indians. In September, 1812, he was made brigadier-general of Ohio volunteers. He also filled many important civil offices, and from 1813 till 1815 was representative from Ohio in congress.