Beatty, Charles 1715?-1772
Charles Beatty, having received a classical education, partly in Ireland and partly in this country, entered the Log College as a student of divinity, and after having been licensed, was settled, in 1743, at Neshaminy, Pa., as the successor of his instructor, Rev. William Tennent, Sr., but he, by a permitted absence from his congregation, engaged in the public service as chaplain to the army, on several expeditions against the French and Indians. In 1763, he was appointed trustee of the College of New Jersey, and to raise funds on its behalf, went, in the place of Dr. Witherspoon, to Barbardoes, where he took the fever and died, 1772, aged 57.
Annals of the American Pulpit, Volume 3 - 1860 (see page 119)
The journal of a two months tour with a view of promoting religion among the frontier inhabitants of Pennsylvania, and of introducing Christianity among the Indians to the westward of the Alegh-geny Mountains ; to which are added, remarks on the language and customs of some particular tribes among the Indians, with a brief account of the various attempts that have been made to civilize and convert them, from the first settlement of New England to this day by Charles Beatty Read Online
Printed for William Davenhill and George Pearch, 1768
Charles Beatty Biogrphical Sketch: at a geneology website
Charles Beatty Biographical Information: Scotch-Irish in America, 1900 (see page 64)