Noble P. Beall married 11 Mar 1819 Justiana Dickinson Hooper, in Franklin, Georgia. 
Land Purchase 1844
"Noble Phelix Beall" purchased a tract of land in Tishomingo County, Mississippi. 
Death 1878 & Burial
He died 26 Nov 1878 (based on headstone inscription), Bartow Co., GA.  Note: the original profile had place of death= Texas, USA. However, this is presumed to be incorrect as he was buried in Bartow Co., GA.
Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Cartersville, Bartow, Georgia, USA 
Noble Peyton and Justiana (Hooper) Beall had a number of children. There are some important differences in the lists below that need to be reconciled.
The WikiTree Profile lists 13 children
The Jack Day List, which is believed to be reliable, includes 9 children, based on census reports from 1850 and 1860:
Martha Bernetta Beall, b. 1819, d. 1898. In 1833 m. Samuel Charles Candler. He was a member of the Charleston Convention of 1861 and merchant and farmer in Carroll Co., GA A son of Martha and Samuel was Asa Candler, who "discovered" Coca-cola. 
Thaddeas Beall, b. GA 1830; age 20 in 1850 census 
Samuel Beall, b. GA 1832; age 18 in 1850 census Listed separately 1860, merchant from GA, wife Elizabeth age 23 from Ohio 
Elizabeth Beall, b. GA 1835; age 15 in 1850 census 
Frederick Beall, b. GA 1839; age 11 in 1850 census 
Mary A. Beall, b. GA 1839; age 21 in 1860 census 
Sarah F. Beall, b. MS 1840; age 20 in 1860 census 
Isabella Beall, b. GA 1841; age 9 in 1860 census 
Francy Beall, b. MS 1843; age 7 in 1860 census 
The F.M.M. Beall List includes 8 children; it is not clear why there are differences in names and dates; FMMB does not mention a source for his data; his data is generally less reliable and error-prone.
Martha, b. 1832; m. Samuel Charles Candler of Carrollton, GA 
↑ 2.02.12.22.126.96.36.199.72.82.9 See "B_ALEX_DNA404_32-114 Noble Peyton Beall" in Jackson H. Day, Pre-1800 Maryland Beall Database. Code Number identifies ancestor and generation and is essential to identification. Unpublished Manuscript, Available on Request from Author.
↑ 3.03.13.23.188.8.131.52.73.8 Fielder M.M. Beall, Colonial Families of the United States Descended from the Immigrants . . .; Higginson Book Company, Salem, MA, 1929, p.196
↑DAR Lineage Book: NSDAR Vol. 93: 1912, p. 250; Ancestry.com;
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