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Dr. James Beall

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Largo, Fifeshire, Scotland
Death: May 21, 1646 (42-43)
Largo, Fifeshire, Scotland
Place of Burial: Saint Andrews, Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Son of Alexander Beall and Margaret Beall
Husband of Anne Marie Beall
Father of Alexander Beall; Colonel Ninian Beall; Mary Pottenger; Charles Beall; John Beale, of St. Mary’s and 7 others
Brother of William Beall; Andrew Beall; Alexander Beall; Robert Beall; Ruth Beall and 2 others

Occupation: M 1623ST ANDREW FIFESHARE DOCTOR OF DIVINITY, PHD of Ministry, Doctor of Divinity, Braboner (linen weaver), in St. Andrew's Fife, Scotland, PhD in Divinity
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About Dr. James Beall

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/83129354/james-beall

Dr. James B. Beall (Bell) received a Dr of Divinity from the University of Glasgow. The university has records that show that he was one of the first DDiv in the Church of Scotland.


Largo, Fifeshire


Baptism Date: Aug 1603. Baptism Place: Blundeston and Flixton, Suffolk, England. Name: James Beall. Mother: Margaret. {*Source: Ancestry.com Norfolk, England, Church of England Baptism, Marriages, and Burials, 1535-1812 for James. Suffolk Blundeston and Flixton 1558-1697. Film Frame 20 of 56.}


Some references to family:

http://phillippy.com/wkpancestry/wkpg77.htm ... 9 children. However, note that the textual description of children is not consistent with the list of children provided in dates or sequence.

http://megankeith.com/past/wc05/wc05_236.html ... also lists 9 children -- but no details.

http://dgrawrock.tripod.com/dwg%20site%20one-p/p58.htm#i3208 ... lists 10 children, but includes two Georges near in age ... and thus may be the same George (unless one died in infancy).

http://www.mclallens.com/webcards/wc57/wc57_222.htm ... an example of the tremendous inconsistencies in birth dates of children.

Others (http://www.algerclan.org/getperson.php?personID=I36100&tree=alger) only list 4 sons who went to America and became Beall's.


Burial in St. Andrews, Fiffe, Scotland. Born and died in Largo, Fife, Scotland, a descendant aof a well- known famile of royalist stock. Well educated for his day, obtaining his PhD. in divinity from the University of Glasgow. His four known sons all settled in Maryland. WFT, Vol. 10


Birth: 1603 Largoward Fife, Scotland Death: May 21, 1646 Largoward Fife, Scotland

James Beall was born in 1603 in Largo, Fife, Scotland. He was the son of Alexander Beall (1565-1612) and Margaret (Ramsey) Beall (1569-1605).

James Beall married Anne Marie Calvert (1603-) the daughter of Robert Calvert (1546-?) and Margaret (Cubie) Calvert (1557-1645).

James and Anne Marie Beall were the parents of the following known children: James, Alexander, Ninian, Sarah, George, Robert, Thomas, John, Charles and Mary Beall.

Dr. James Beall (the Scottish spelling was Bell) was a Doctor of Divinity, not a medical doctor. Several of James's children left Scotland and emigrated to the colony of Maryland. Eldest son Ninian was a proud indentured political prisoner who encouraged his siblings to join him in the New World. James did not emigrate; he lived and died in Scotland.

James Beall was a well-educated man. He earned his PhD in Divinity from the University of Glasgow. Records show he was one of the Church of Scotland's earliest Doctors of Divinity.

Church records show James and Anne Marie had the following children, all born in Scotland:

1. (Colonel) Ninian Beall, about 1625-1717, well-known 6'7", red-haired historical figure. Captured at Battle of Dunbar, sold into slavery, shipped to Barbados, then to Maryland where he achieved success and respect. He encouraged his siblings to join him there 2. Alexander Beall, about 1625-1655 (did not emigrate) 3. Mary Beall, born about 1627, married Pottinger, emigrated to Maryland 4. Charles Beall, born about 1628, emigrated to Maryland 5. John Beall, born about 1629 6. George Beall, born about 1632, emigrated to Maryland 7. James Beall, born about 1634 8. Sarah Beall, born about 1636, married Magruder, emigrated to Maryland 9. Thomas Beall, 1638-1732, married Elizabeth Lee, emigrated to Maryland 1659

Dr. James Beall died 21 May 1646 in Largo, Fife, Scotland. He was 43 years old. He was buried at St. Andrews, Fiffe, Scotland. (Don't know which St. Andrews).

Dr. James' son Colonel Ninean Beall was famous in the USA. Here is the link to his findagrave page: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=25527218


Family links:

Parents:
 Alexander Beall (1565 - 1612)
 Margaret Ramsey Beall (1569 - 1605)

Spouse:
 Anne Marie Calvert Beall (1603 - ____)

Children:
 Ninian Beall (1625 - 1717)*
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[http://gennotes.150m.com/beall.html#G0498A: Thomas BEALL of LOVING ACQUAINTANCE ANTECEDENTS and DESCENDANTS of THOMAS BEALL] of LOVING ACQUAINTANCE (ABT 1631 - AFT November 1732)

G0499A: James BEALL, Dr. [009] Birth: 1603, Largo, Ligensheim Fyffe (Fifeshire), Scotland Death: AFT 1630, Largo, Ligensheim Fyffe (Fifeshire), Scotland

Marriage: 1622/23, Ligensheim Fyffe (Fifeshire), Scotland Spouse: Anne Marie CALVERT

Child 1: Ninian BEALL (1625, Largo, Ligensheim Fyffe [Fifeshire], Scotland - 1717, Prince George's County, Maryland, British North America) [M]: m1. Elizabeth GORDON (?): m2. Ruth MOORE

Child 2: John BEALL (1628, Largo, Ligensheim Fyffe [Fifeshire], Scotland - AFT 3 July 1675, <Calvert County>, Maryland, British North America) [M]: m. Joanna SPRIGG (ABT 1644, Prince George’s County, Maryland, British North America - AFT 6 June 1675 [Will signed] and BEF 3 July 1675 [Will proved], Calvert County, Maryland, British North America) [See Joanna SPRIGG, child four under G0500A: Thomas SPRIGG(E), in Descendants of Thomas Sprigg (1604 - BY 14 January 1677/78).]

Child 3: Thomas BEALL of LOVING ACQUAINTANCE (ABT 1631, Largo, Ligensheim Fyffe [Fifeshire], Scotland - AFT November 1732, Prince George's County, Maryland, British North America) [M]: m1. Unknown UNKNOWN: m2. Elizabeth UNKNOWN


Birth: 1603 Largoward Fife, Scotland Death: May 21, 1646 Largoward Fife, Scotland

James Beall was born in 1603 in Largo, Fife, Scotland. He was the son of Alexander Beall (1565-1612) and Margaret (Ramsey) Beall (1569-1605).

James Beall married Anne Marie Calvert (1603-) the daughter of Robert Calvert (1546-?) and Margaret (Cubie) Calvert (1557-1645).

James and Anne Marie Beall were the parents of the following known children: James, Alexander, Ninian, Sarah, George, Robert, Thomas, John, Charles and Mary Beall.

Dr. James Beall (the Scottish spelling was Bell) was a Doctor of Divinity, not a medical doctor. Several of James's children left Scotland and emigrated to the colony of Maryland. Eldest son Ninian was a proud indentured political prisoner who encouraged his siblings to join him in the New World. James did not emigrate; he lived and died in Scotland.

James Beall was a well-educated man. He earned his PhD in Divinity from the University of Glasgow. Records show he was one of the Church of Scotland's earliest Doctors of Divinity.

Church records show James and Anne Marie had the following children, all born in Scotland:

1. (Colonel) Ninian Beall, about 1625-1717, well-known 6'7", red-haired historical figure. Captured at Battle of Dunbar, sold into slavery, shipped to Barbados, then to Maryland where he achieved success and respect. He encouraged his siblings to join him there 2. Alexander Beall, about 1625-1655 (did not emigrate) 3. Mary Beall, born about 1627, married Pottinger, emigrated to Maryland 4. Charles Beall, born about 1628, emigrated to Maryland 5. John Beall, born about 1629 6. George Beall, born about 1632, emigrated to Maryland 7. James Beall, born about 1634 8. Sarah Beall, born about 1636, married Magruder, emigrated to Maryland 9. Thomas Beall, 1638-1732, married Elizabeth Lee, emigrated to Maryland 1659

Dr. James Beall died 21 May 1646 in Largo, Fife, Scotland. He was 43 years old. He was buried at St. Andrews, Fiffe, Scotland. (Don't know which St. Andrews).

Dr. James' son Colonel Ninean Beall was famous in the USA. Here is the link to his findagrave page: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=25527218

(bio by: Stella) 

Family links:

Parents:
 Alexander Beall (1565 - 1612)
 Margaret Ramsey Beall (1569 - 1605)

Spouse:
 Anne Marie Calvert Beall (1603 - ____)

Children:
 Ninian Beall (1625 - 1717)*
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Burial: Saint Andrew Cathedral Graveyard Saint Andrews Fife, Scotland


Created by: Todd Whitesides Record added: Jan 08, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial# 83129354


James Beall was born in 1603 in Largo, Fife, Scotland. He was the son of Alexander Beall (1565-1612) and Margaret (Ramsey) Beall (1569-1605).

James Beall married Anne Marie Calvert (1603-) the daughter of Robert Calvert (1546-?) and Margaret (Cubie) Calvert (1557-1645).

James and Anne Marie Beall were the parents of the following known children: James, Alexander, Ninian, Sarah, George, Robert, Thomas, John, Charles and Mary Beall.

Dr. James Beall (the Scottish spelling was Bell) was a Doctor of Divinity, not a medical doctor. Several of James's children left Scotland and emigrated to the colony of Maryland. Eldest son Ninian was a proud indentured political prisoner who encouraged his siblings to join him in the New World. James did not emigrate; he lived and died in Scotland.

James Beall was a well-educated man. He earned his PhD in Divinity from the University of Glasgow. Records show he was one of the Church of Scotland's earliest Doctors of Divinity.

Church records show James and Anne Marie had the following children, all born in Scotland:

1. (Colonel) Ninian Beall, about 1625-1717, well-known 6'7", red-haired historical figure. Captured at Battle of Dunbar, sold into slavery, shipped to Barbados, then to Maryland where he achieved success and respect. He encouraged his siblings to join him there 2. Alexander Beall, about 1625-1655 (did not emigrate) 3. Mary Beall, born about 1627, married Pottinger, emigrated to Maryland 4. Charles Beall, born about 1628, emigrated to Maryland 5. John Beall, born about 1629 6. George Beall, born about 1632, emigrated to Maryland 7. James Beall, born about 1634 8. Sarah Beall, born about 1636, married Magruder, emigrated to Maryland 9. Thomas Beall, 1638-1732, married Elizabeth Lee, emigrated to Maryland 1659

Dr. James Beall died 21 May 1646 in Largo, Fife, Scotland. He was 43 years old. He was buried at St. Andrews, Fiffe, Scotland. (Don't know which St. Andrews).

Dr. James' son Colonel Ninean Beall was famous in the USA


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Place: Maryland; Year: 1634-1789; Page Number: 21 1,7486::1362648

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Place: Maryland; Year: 1634-1789; Page Number: 21 1,7486::1362648

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Dr James Beall 21 May 1646 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/83129354/james-beall


James Beall was born in 1603 in Largo, Fife, Scotland. He was the son of Alexander Beall (1565-1612) and Margaret (Ramsey) Beall (1569-1605).

James Beall married Anne Marie Calvert (1603-) the daughter of Robert Calvert (1546-?) and Margaret (Cubie) Calvert (1557-1645).

James and Anne Marie Beall were the parents of the following known children: James, Alexander, Ninian, Sarah, George, Robert, Thomas, John, Charles and Mary Beall.

Dr. James Beall (the Scottish spelling was Bell) was a Doctor of Divinity, not a medical doctor. Several of James's children left Scotland and emigrated to the colony of Maryland. Eldest son Ninian was a proud indentured political prisoner who encouraged his siblings to join him in the New World. James did not emigrate; he lived and died in Scotland.

James Beall was a well-educated man. He earned his PhD in Divinity from the University of Glasgow. Records show he was one of the Church of Scotland's earliest Doctors of Divinity.

Church records show James and Anne Marie had the following children, all born in Scotland:

1. (Colonel) Ninian Beall, about 1625-1717, well-known 6'7", red-haired historical figure. Captured at Battle of Dunbar, sold into slavery, shipped to Barbados, then to Maryland where he achieved success and respect. He encouraged his siblings to join him there 2. Alexander Beall, about 1625-1655 (did not emigrate) 3. Mary Beall, born about 1627, married Pottinger, emigrated to Maryland 4. Charles Beall, born about 1628, emigrated to Maryland 5. John Beall, born about 1629 6. George Beall, born about 1632, emigrated to Maryland 7. James Beall, born about 1634 8. Sarah Beall, born about 1636, married Magruder, emigrated to Maryland 9. Thomas Beall, 1638-1732, married Elizabeth Lee, emigrated to Maryland 1659

Dr. James Beall died 21 May 1646 in Largo, Fife, Scotland. He was 43 years old. He was buried at St. Andrews, Fiffe, Scotland. (Don't know which St. Andrews).

Dr. James' son Colonel Ninean Beall was famous in the USA. Here is the link to his findagrave page: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=25527218

Bio by: Stella


Alexander Beall was born in 1565 in Largo, Fife, Scotland. He was the son of William Beall (1535-1600) and Margaret (Patterson) Beall (1534-1600).

Alexander married Margaret Ramsey (1569-1605) in Largo, Fife, Scotland in 1593. Margaret was the daughter of John Pearce Ramsey (1530-1620) and unknown mother.

Alexander and Margaret Beall were the parents of the following known children: Alexander Beall, James Beall, Andrew Beall, William Beall, Robert Beall, Ruth Beall, John Beall and Ninian Beall.

Alexander was a braboner (Scottish for weaver).

Alexander Beall died in 1612 in Largo, Fife, Scotland.

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Dr. James Beall's Timeline

1603
1603
Largo, Fifeshire, Scotland
1620
1620
Saint Andrew's, Fife, Scotland
1625
September 16, 1625
Largo, Fife, Scotland
1627
1627
Largo, Fife, Scotland
1628
1628
Largo, Fife, , Scotland
1628
England or Scotland
1630
January 2, 1630
Fifeshire, Largo, Scotland
1631
1631
Fireshire, Largo, Fife, Scotland
1632
1632
Largo, Fife, Scotland