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John Beall

Birthdate: (55)
Birthplace: Largo, Fife, Scotland
Death: Died in Upper Marlboro, Prince George County, Province of Maryland
Place of Burial: Urbana, Frederick County, Maryland, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Alexander Beall and Elizabeth Beall
Husband of Elizabeth Beall; Eleanor Beall and Verlinda Beall
Father of Samuel Beall; Josiah Fendall Beall; Sarah Offutt; Rebecca Magruder; John Beall and 8 others
Brother of William Beall; Ruth Jackson; Ninian Beall; James Beall; Mary Beall and 3 others
Half brother of William Bell

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About John Beall

Beall (Bell), John, gent. Prince George's County, 7th April, 1742; 18th May, 1742. To wife Verlinda, extx., 1/3 per. estate and life int. in dwell. plan. 110 A. "'Loan Head" and 1/3 of residue of real estate after son Samuel's share is deducted. To eldest son Samuel, plan. where he now lives also plan. adjoining "Charles and William's" and 139 A. "Benjamin." To son Joshua, 5s. he having been provided for. to dau. Sarah, wife of James Offutt, 200 A. of "New Dumfries" starting at boundary of "Old Dumfries". To son Basil, 163 A. "Industry"', to be conveyed to him by sons of Andrew Hamilton, dec'd, also 100 A. "'Poplar Thicket" near Monoquasy R. To youngest sons John and Clement, residue of "New Dumfries", "Chittans Addition", "Black Ash" and dwell. plan. at death of their mother. To youngest child, viz., Rebecca wife of Nathan Magruder, Basil, Lucy, John, Hannah, Verlinda (Vilender) and Clement, legacy, bequeather test. by his father Alexander also to them residue of personalty. 370 A, of "Poplar Thickett", 100 A. "Three Friends Delight", and 223 A. test. share of "Dispute" to be conveyed by bro. William and hrs., and hrs. of bro, Charles, dec'd., late of Pr. Geo. County, to be sold and money used in payment of test. debts. Test: John Brown, John Johnstone, James Pearrs [Pearce]. MCW 22. 47.

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https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=137011995

Birth: 1688 Upper Marlboro Prince George's County Maryland, USA Death: 1742 Prince George's County Maryland, USA

John Beall and Verlinda Magruder Beall, his wife are buried on the old Beall Farm which now resides in Frederick County, MD. (Prince George's county lines were moved to accommodate the newly formed Frederick County in 1748.) No tombstone for either John or Verlinda Magruder Beall exists today.

John Beall, son of Alexander Beall, Jr and Elizabeth Coombes, was born in 1688 in Upper Marlboro, Prince George's County, Maryland. He married in 1712, Verlinda Magruder in the same county. He died in Prince George's, Maryland in 1742.

Will Box DD No 1page 475; also Will , Liber 1 pages 235 & 340: John's will (Book 1,Page 340, Pr.George Co,Md.) states: To wife Verlinda, The Grist Mill on the Eastern Branch of the Potomac River called "New Dumfries" and a tract called "Lone Head ." .. To oldest son Samuel the "Charles & William", where he now dwells and the "Benjamin" 13 9 acres... To son Josias 5 shilings having already provided for him... To son Basil 163 acre s of "Industry" to be conveyed by Andrew Hamilton, deceades adn 100 acres of "Popular Thicket " near the Monacacy... To daughter Sarah Offutt, wife of James, 200 acres of "New Dumfries. " ... To sons John and Clement, The Mill after mothers death and tract "Black Esk" and "Chittams Addition"....Testators share of "Dispute" near Cabbin John, 223 acres to be made over to me by my brother William or his heirs and the heirs of brother Charles Beall, late of Prince George's County to be sold to pay debts, also 370 acres of "Poplar Thickett" and 100 acres o f "Three Friends Delight."...Legacy left to me by my father Alexander Beall to be devided among my daughter Rebecca Magruder, wife of Nathan, Basil, Lucy, John, Hanna, Verlinder and Clement Beall. Witnesses; James Pearce, John Brown, John Johnson.

As this will documents, John Beall, was the son of Alexander Beall and who was wed to Elizabeth Coombes of Maryland.

Children John and Verlinda Beall compiled from their wills: Samuel Beall b. 1713 Josiah Beall b. 4 May 1715 Sarah Beall b. 1717 wife of James Offutt Rebecca Beall b.1719 md. Nathan Magruder Basil Beall b. 1721 Lucy Beall, b. 1723 spinster See Lucy's will. John Beall, b. 1726 Hannah Beall b. 1729 Verlinder Beall b. 1731 Clement Beall b. 1734


Family links:

Parents:
 Alexander Beall (1649 - 1744)
 Elizabeth Coombes Beall (____ - 1743)

Spouse:
 Verlinder Magruder Beall (1690 - 1745)

Children:
 Samuel Beall (1713 - 1778)*
 Josiah Beall (1715 - 1768)*
  • Calculated relationship
 

Burial: Zion Church Cemetery Urbana Frederick County Maryland, USA


Created by: Candee Record added: Oct 09, 2014 Find A Grave Memorial# 137011995


Birth: 1688 Upper Marlboro Prince George's County Maryland, USA Death: 1742 Prince George's County Maryland, USA

John Beall and Verlinda Magruder Beall, his wife are buried on the old Beall Farm which now resides in Frederick County, MD. (Prince George's county lines were moved to accommodate the newly formed Frederick County in 1748.) No tombstone for either John or Verlinda Magruder Beall exists today.

John Beall, son of Alexander Beall, Jr and Elizabeth Coombes, was born in 1688 in Upper Marlboro, Prince George's County, Maryland. He married in 1712, Verlinda Magruder in the same county. He died in Prince George's, Maryland in 1742.

Will Box DD No 1page 475; also Will , Liber 1 pages 235 & 340: John's will (Book 1,Page 340, Pr.George Co,Md.) states: To wife Verlinda, The Grist Mill on the Eastern Branch of the Potomac River called "New Dumfries" and a tract called "Lone Head ." .. To oldest son Samuel the "Charles & William", where he now dwells and the "Benjamin" 13 9 acres... To son Josias 5 shilings having already provided for him... To son Basil 163 acre s of "Industry" to be conveyed by Andrew Hamilton, deceades adn 100 acres of "Popular Thicket " near the Monacacy... To daughter Sarah Offutt, wife of James, 200 acres of "New Dumfries. " ... To sons John and Clement, The Mill after mothers death and tract "Black Esk" and "Chittams Addition"....Testators share of "Dispute" near Cabbin John, 223 acres to be made over to me by my brother William or his heirs and the heirs of brother Charles Beall, late of Prince George's County to be sold to pay debts, also 370 acres of "Poplar Thickett" and 100 acres o f "Three Friends Delight."...Legacy left to me by my father Alexander Beall to be devided among my daughter Rebecca Magruder, wife of Nathan, Basil, Lucy, John, Hanna, Verlinder and Clement Beall. Witnesses; James Pearce, John Brown, John Johnson.

As this will documents, John Beall, was the son of Alexander Beall and who was wed to Elizabeth Coombes of Maryland.

Children John and Verlinda Beall compiled from their wills: Samuel Beall b. 1713 Josiah Beall b. 4 May 1715 Sarah Beall b. 1717 wife of James Offutt Rebecca Beall b.1719 md. Nathan Magruder Basil Beall b. 1721 Lucy Beall, b. 1723 spinster See Lucy's will. John Beall, b. 1726 Hannah Beall b. 1729 Verlinder Beall b. 1731 Clement Beall b. 1734


Family links:

Parents:
 Alexander Beall (1649 - 1744)
 Elizabeth Coombes Beall (____ - 1743)

Spouse:
 Verlinder Magruder Beall (1690 - 1745)

Children:
 Samuel Beall (1713 - 1778)*
 Josiah Beall (1715 - 1768)*
  • Calculated relationship
 

Burial: Zion Church Cemetery Urbana Frederick County Maryland, USA


Created by: Candee Record added: Oct 09, 2014

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John Beall's Timeline

1687
March 29, 1687
Largo, Fife, Scotland
1713
1713
Age 25
Prince George's County, Province of Maryland
1715
May 4, 1715
Age 28
Prince George's County, Province of Maryland
1717
1717
Age 29
1719
1719
Age 31
1720
1720
Age 32
Chatham County, North Carolina, United States
1721
1721
Age 33
Province of Maryland
1723
1723
Age 35
1724
December 4, 1724
Age 37
Orange, Orange County, Virginia, United States
1725
1725
Age 37
Province of Maryland