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Thomas Beall (abt. 1638 - 1707)

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Thomas Beall
Born about in Largo, Fife, Scotlandmap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married about in Waterford, Englandmap
Descendants descendants
Died in St. Mary's, Marylandmap
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Cautions

Caution: Dr James Beall and Anne Marie Calvert

Many personal genealogies found on the internet show Dr. James Beall and his wife Anne Marie Calvert as major ancestors of most Bealls in Maryland. Unfortunately, no documented facts have been found for either the life events, the children, or even the existence of these two persons. Thomas Beall is often shown as the son of James and Anne Marie, but Thomas' real parents are still to be discovered.

Caution: Several Thomas Bealls and their Children

There were various Thomas Bells, Beales or Bealls at roughly the same time in England, Scotland, and Maryland. Sorting them out requires puzzle-solving and detective skills. Here is how they play out: (Editing in process by Jack Day, February 26 2015.)

Beall-12 Thomas Beall b. St. Andrews, Fifeshire, Scotland, probably abt 1631; son of James. Scottish. Presbyterian. Wife's name Elizabeth, parentage not known. Associated with Loving Acquaintance in Prince Georges County. Aged 100 in Prince George's County, Maryland in 1730.

  1. Euphene, b. PGC 1676. (FMMB=1676), m. by 1719 William Tannehill/Tennehill, III. Identified in father's 1719 gift deed [1]; Tannehill d. ca 1732, Prince Georges Co, MD. Marshall also has b: 1676 in Prince George's County, Maryland[2]
  2. Elizabeth, b. say 1692 (FMMB=1660) m. Dryden or Drayden. Identified both in father's 1719 gift deed and in 1730 will of brother Benjamin.
  3. William, b. PGC 1670 Referred to as William, Jr, b. 1700 (FMMB=1670). Identified in father's 1719 gift deed as "William, Jr," which simply means there was another William Beall in the community who was older, not necessarily his father. In 1719 gift deed receives Loving Acquaintance from father Thomas [3]; also identified in brother Benjamin's 1730 will [4]. FMMB (108) and Beall News confuse this William with William Beall, Sr, of Alexander, d. 1756, who m. Elizabeth Magruder Beall, b. G1685, widow of Ninian Beall, Jr. William of Alexander was associated with Friendship Enlarged. Marshall has him as William Beall b: 1700 in Prince George's County, Maryland[5]
  4. Benjamin, b. PGC 1667 or say 1702 (FMMB=1667); Identified in father's 1719 gift deed; his own 1730 will establishes father and other siblings. Marshall has birth abt 1678 in Prince George's County, Maryland[6]
  5. Thomas, b. PGC 1665. Thomas, Jr b. say 1704 (FMMB=1665). Was identified in 1730 will of his brother Benjamin. Marshall has birth abt 1680 in Calvert County, Maryland[7]

Beall-147 Thomas Beall, husb of Elizabeth Lee, English. Roman Catholic. Associated with Ann Arundel County and St. Mary's.

  1. John b. PGC 1674 to Thomas & Elizabeth. Or b. 1685. John Beall b: AFT 1667 in Calvert County, Maryland[8] In the 1687 will of Robert Lee of St. Mary's County there is mention of Thomas Beall and wife Elizabeth, Robert Lee also mentions his parents in Waterford, England. Robert Lee leaves 200 acres Law's Gift in Dorchester County to John Beall, son of Thomas Beall. Robert Lee also mentions three Brookes family members. FMMB:124-5 by error adds this John, Jr, as youngest son of Thomas Beall (Beall-12) [9]
  2. Elizabeth Beale, b. 1678, m. Rev. Henry Jennings, William & Mary Parish, St. Mary's Co.

Beall-157 Thomas Beall, son of Col. Ninian. From his will it appears he had neither wife nor children to inherit at the time of his death.

Beall-281 Thomas Beall b. Scotland Sept 1644, m. Janet Oliphant, father of Robert, Immigrant. Never left Scotland.

  1. Robert "the Scotsman" Beall.

Beall-288 Thomas Beall, son of Col. Ninian. To be merged into Beall-157.

Additional Children of some Thomas not yet placed

From Jack Day's research

  1. Ninian b. 1696. Broadbent has proved Ninian of Thomas to be Ninian Jr/Sr, b. 1696 (Census of 1776), d. 1780. [10](+B-ANDREW-12/1696) FMMB believed Ninian Jr/Sr, with above dates, to be Ninian the Elder, son of Charles of Col. Ninian, and that Ninian of Thomas was b. ca 1672 and d. 1764-5. FMMB placed with Ninian of Thomas data on Friendship Enlarged which belongs with Ninian of Alexander, q.v..

Children Once Linked to Thomas Beall and Elizabeth Lee

Other children currently linked are most likely children of other Beall families who must be identified so that these profiles can be correctly placed.

  1. Ninian, b. PGC 1672 to Thomas & Elizabeth Lee or Scotland 1670 to Thomas & Jenat Oliphant
  2. Charles b. PGC 1678 to Thomas & Elizabeth

Children Listed by Mike Marshall[11]

  1. Elizabeth Beall b: 1695 in Prince George's County, Maryland[12]
  2. Ninian Beall b: 1696 in Prince George's County, Maryland[13]


1639 Biography of Thomas of Arundel and his wife Elizabeth Lee

Birth

Major Thomas Beale, b. G1639, well bef 1665.

1660 Marriage

Possibly same Thomas Bell with wife Elizabeth who immig. in 1659 (Skordas:35, LOA 5:485) since this family settled in Anne Arundel Co, intermarrying with Dorseys, Howards, etc--see slave account, below.

1660 in Waterford, Herefordshire, England m. Elizabeth lee, b. abt 1640. [14]

According to will (28 Dec 1687-4 Jan 1686/1687) of Robert Lee of St. Mary's County, m. bef 1686 (since there was a son at the time of the will) Elizabeth Lee, b. bef 1668, daughter of Robert and granddaughter of Michael and Christian Lee of Waterford, England.

If Thomas was b. G1639, then was as old as 47 and well established at time of marriage, which could have taken place earlier.

1659 Immigration

Skordas shows several men named Thomas Bell and Beale who entered the Province of Maryland between 1659 and 1680. Thomas Beall of Prince George's County, b. Scotland; d. after 1732 MD; said to have m. twice in Scotland and twice in MD; his last wife was Elizabeth ; children from wills; mother and order of birth unknown: [15]

Thomas Bell came to the Province of Maryland 1659. In 1663 Thomas Bell demanded 100 acres of land for transporting himself and wife, Elizabeth, into the Province in 1659. Liber 5, folio 485, Land Office, Annapolis. Patent issued to Thomas Bell, planter, Feb. 17, 1665, for 100 acres of land in Anne Arundel County, called Bell's Haven, for transporting himself and wife, Elizabeth, into the Province in 1659. [16]

Another source indicated that Thomas emigrated to Maryland in 1659. This would appear to be a different Thomas.

Note: To Province of Maryland
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=1d52ae44-89d3-477d-a89d-73ecab1093bd&tid=13232476&pid=-35178616
First Families of America
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=c9380417-e510-48e6-900d-fa1fe918a4f9&tid=13232476&pid=-35178616

Or possibly Immig ca 1667 as indentured servent from Exon or Topsham, England. Skordas:31 lists Thomas Beale of St. Mary's Co, who received a warrant for service in 1672 (17:57). Lived St. Mary's County.

Religion

From the presence of a Catholic priest, who performed a marriage [1710] of two slaves, below, it may be inferred that Thomas Beale was Roman Catholic. However, services on the vestry of William and Mary Parish in the late 1600's suggests at least nominal adherance to the Church of England. Other Thomas Bealls.

Do not confuse with B-ANDREW-1/1631 Thomas Beall who owned Loving Acquaintance, since that Thomas Beall was Presbyterian.

Father-in-law's Will and Estate

Robert Lee's will conveys property to Henry Darnall, Col. Diggs, Maj. Nicholas & Eliza Sewall, Mrs. Eliza Baker, Heath Beale, Thomas Grunwin, John Powell, Mrs. Van Sweringen, Maria Van Sweringen, Francis Pennington, Mrs. Ellinor Brookes and sister Mary Darnall.

  • Personalty to Henry Darnall, Jr;
  • to father and mother Michael and Christian Lee of Waterford, England.
  • To John Beall, Jr, son of Thomas Beall, and heirs, 200 acres Low's Gift in Dorchester, Co.
  • Executor, Henry Darnall. [17]

On 7 Jan 1686/7 Robert Lee's inventory, St. Mary's Co, came to £54.16.5. Appraisers were Garratt Vansweringen and Thomas Beal. Debts were owed to Michall Taney, Robert Carvile, Col. Diggs, Anthony Underwood for note on Michael Taney, Thomas Marshall, George Sulivan, John Kock, George Coome, Gilbert Clark, John Skreech, John Harris, Samson Stoddart. [18]

Mr. Thomas Jackson, 9.343 I SM £89.7.1 Jul 25 1687 The amount of the inventory also included #148353. Appraisers: Garret Vansweringen, James Cullen. List of debts: Henry Denton, John Cralley, Thomas Clegatt, James Neale, James Heath, Col. William Digges and his lady, Edward Day, William Aylward, Owen Guyther, Roger Meredith, Arthur Keifer William Asquith, Joseph Lowe, Richard Smithson paid to William Wells, Joseph Semple, David Lewis, John Edwards, William Garrett paid to Joseph Ebb, Joshua Guybert, William Taylard, James Cullen, Edward Hazard. John Bromfield, Robert Weekes, John Harrison & Philip Lynes, John Peerce, John Booth, Marmaduke Semme, Thomas Merefield, Edward Cumpton, Roger Tolle, Robert Large paid to Arthur Keifer Robert Larger, a court order per John Symons paid to William Garrett, Joseph Freeman, Henry Wells, Charles Carpenter, John Laws, Edward Boothby, John Reevely, Charles Calvert, Thomas Ward, Gerge Butler, Anne Hopewell, Richard Keen, Thomas Haddock, Abraham Boyer, Richard Thompson, John Woodhouse, Capt. Henry Smith, John Doxey, Thomas Griffin, Jonathon Jackson, John Warner, Edward Hazard, Thomas Price, Mary Rogers, William Guyther, William Holmes, James Ricketts, Edward Chester, Michaell Brown, Robert Smith, Jacob Jackson, John White, Francis Roberts, William Dent, William Doyner Hugh Manning, Charles Shepard, Albert Albarrough, James Dowglas, William Lowry, Thomas Green, John Crolly, Nicholas Cole, Daniell Bell, Richard Grible, William Price, Christopher Goodson, Thomas Courtney, Dominick Power, John Cole, Elizabeth Anctill, James Nicholls, George Thompson, Joseph Cornish, Timothy Tracy, Nicholas Sewall, Esq., John Starke, William Brady, Gilbert Turberville, Thomas Pew, Solomon Rotter, Charles Smith, Edward Fisher, Emanuel Pitcher, Robert Mason, Col. Henry Darnall , Thomas Jones, Philip Clarke, James Biscoe, John Browne, Joseph Semple, Joseph Low, John Sikes, Jonathon Wilson, Madam Elizabeth Calvert, Thomas Beal. [19]

Lee, Robert, St. Mary's Co., 28th Dee., 1687; 4th Jan., 1687. To Henry Darnall and wife, Col. Diggs and Wife, Maj. Nicholas Sewall and wife, Mrs. Eliza.: Baker, Mrs. Eliza: Beale, Mr. Heath, Thomas Grunwin, John Powell, Mrs. Van Sweringen., Maria Van Sweringen, Francis Pennington, Mrs. Ellinor Brookes and her sister Mary Darnall, and to Henry Darnall, Jr., personalty. To father and mother, Michael and Christian Lee, in Waterford, Eng., personalty. To John Beall, Jr., son of Thomas Beall, and hrs., 200 A., "Low's Gift," in Dorchester Co. Ex.: CoL Henry Darnall. 4. 280[20]

Robert Lee 9.459 I SM £54,16,5 Jan 7 1687 The amount of the inventory also included #12282. Appraisers: Garratt Vansweringen, Thomas Beal. List of debts: Michall Taney, Robert Carvile, Col. Digges, Mr. Anthony Underwood for note on Michael Taney, Thomas Marshall, George Sulivan, John Kock, George Coome, Gilbert Clark, John Skreech, John Harris, Samson Stoddart. [21]

1743 A Slave Suit

In June 1743 a lawsuit was brought by slaves represented by William Cumming, attorney, in Anne Arundel Co. [22] for slaves' freedom. The suit gives information about slaves and servants of Thomas Beale. The suit mentions Mary Molloyd, b. say 1664, a servant from Ireland, who following transport to Maryland say 1684, served a portion of her servitude (normally 7 years) in St. Mary's County with Madam Vansweringen (apparently still living in 1743) and the balance with Thomas Beale, since deceased. By Peter, an East India Indian who lived with Lord Baltimore in the City of St. Mary's, she had a daughter Mary, b. NLT 1690. [Mary Molloyd is not mentioned by Skordas among those who received 50 a after completion of their servitude, and it may be she forfeited this entitlement due to her involvement with Peter.] Mary was apparently treated as a slave ("unjustly detained") by "John Beale of Ann Arundel County, Gentleman, son of the aforesaid Thomas Beale." By Richard Fisher, a Negro slave, Mary had a number of children, the petitioners.

Ann Fisher, Robert Fisher, James Fisher, Richard Fisher, Mary Fisher, Frances Fisher, Edward Fisher, and Charles Fisher by William Cumming their attorney Preferred to the Court here the following petition vizt.

To the Worshipfull his Lordship's Justices of Anne Arundel County Now in Court sitting.

The petition of Ann Fisher, Robert Fisher, James Fisher, Richard Fisher, Mary Fisher, Frances Fisher, Edward Fisher, and Charles Fisher Humbly showeth that your petitioners are all the sons and Daughters of a Certain Mary Fisher of Ann Arundel County a free Woman and a slave that the afsd. Mary Fisher your Petitioner's Mother is the daughter of a certain Mary Molloyd Born in Ireland who came into this Province a servant for a term of years and served part of her servitude with Madam Vansweringen and the rest with Mr. Thomas Beale since Deceased.

That during the last of the afsd. servitude the afsd. Mary Fisher your petitioner's Mother was born of the afsd. Mary Molloyd her Mother who then Declared and Charged a certain Peter an East India Indian who then lived with the Lord Baltimore in the City of St. Mary's to have been the Father and begetter of the afsd. Mary Fisher that the afsd. Mary Fisher for many years was unjustly Detained by John Beale of Ann Arundel County, Gentleman, son of the aforesaid Thomas Beale, a Slave, that during that time your Petitioners were born, and a certain Richard Fisher a Negro slave is said to be reputed Father to your Petitioner.

That your Petitioners are advised that as their said Mother was the issue of a white Woman that by Law they are no slaves but are entitled to their freedom. But so it may please your Worships, your petitioner Ann Fisher by Thomas Gassaway of Baltimore County, Gentleman, upon petition of Robert Fisher, by Thomas Jennings of Anne Arundel County, Gentleman, your petitioner James Fisher by John Dorsey, son of Caleb Dorsey of Ann Arundel County aforesaid Gentleman, your petitioner Richard Fisher by Richard Dorsey of Anne Arundel County afsd. Gentleman, your petitioner, Mary Fisher by Richard Warfield Junr. of Anne Arundel County afsd. Gentleman, your petitioner Frances Fisher by Colonell Henry Ridgely of Anne Arundel County afsd., your petitioner Edward Fisher by Philip Hammond of the County afsd. Esquire, and your petitioner Charles Fisher by Elizabeth Beale of the County widow are all hindered of their liberty and are kept as slaves by the respective forementioned Persons.

In order that your Petitioners May have a fair and impartial tryal and may be releived in all the singular the Premises according to law and Justice. May it Please your Worships to grant your Petitioners have that Summons's may issue to the afsd. Thomas Gassaway, Thomas Jennings, John Dorsey, Richard Dorsey, Richard Warfield, Junr., Colonell Henry Ridgely, Philip Hammond, and Elizabeth Beale to appear at a certain day to answer the premises and to stand and abide to such order and Decree as shall be made therein with the liberty to summons such evidences as your petitioners shall conceive materially to appear at a Certain day and your petitioners pray, etc. Signed William Cumming June 7, 1743. Which aforegoing Petition being read and heard the same is by the Court here rejected. Whereupon the said Petitioners by their attorney afsd. pray an appeal to the Provincial Court to be held in Annapolis the third Tuesday of October Next.

In a separate document [23] petition of Ann Fisher humbly showeth that your petitioner's grandmother was a White Woman who served her time in Saint Mary's County who had your petitioner's mother by an East India Indian, who became a free Molato after serving some time to Major Beale of Saint Mary's County afsd. and after his decease came to John Beale, Esq., of this county where she now lives. that your petitioner is now made a slave during her life which your petitioner humbly conceives is contrary to Law. Your petitioner's case tenderly considered, your petitioner most humbly begs your worship's opinion in the premises; and your petitioner as in duty bound shall ever pray ... adjudged by the court here that the petitioner is a Slave during life by virtue of an act of assembly made in the year 1664 ... and for it appears to the court here by depositions legally attested that the petitioner's mother was lawfully married by a priest of the Romish Church, one Mr. Robert Brooke, to a negro man named Dick, a slave then belonging to Mr. Thomas Beale of Saint Mary's County by which said slave, the petitioner's mother had the petitioner and several other children after marriage. The petitioner now being about thirty two years of age. 1743-1744, Liber IB, no.4 </ref>

Ann Fisher deposes that her mother Mary "was lawfully married [G1710] by a priest of the Romish Church, one Mr. Robert Brooke, to a negro man named Dick, a slave then belonging to Mr. Thomas Beale of Saint Mary's County". This document also states that Mary Fisher "became a free Molato after serving some time to Major Beale of Saint Mary's County afsd. and after his decease came to John Beale, Esq., of this county where she now lives. In the first document, the petitioners claim that since their mother was the issue of a white woman, they are not to be kept as slaves:

  • Ann Fisher, b. ca 1711 (aged about 32 in 1743), kept as slave by Thomas Gassaway, Baltimore Co, Gentleman
  • Robert Fisher, kept as slave by Thomas Jennings of Anne Arundel County, Gentleman
  • James Fisher, kept as slave by John Dorsey, son of Caleb Dorsey of Ann Arundel County, Gentleman
  • Richard Fisher, kept as slave by Richard Dorsey of Anne Arundel County, Gentleman
  • Mary Fisher, kept as slave by Richard Warfield Junr. of Anne Arundel County, Gentleman
  • Frances Fisher, kept as slave by Colonell Henry Ridgely of Anne Arundel County
  • Edward Fisher, kept as slave by Philip Hammond of Anne Arundel County
  • Charles Fisher, kept as slave by Elizabeth Beale of Anne Arundel County, widow

The petition was rejected by the court and appealed to the Provincial Court at its next session. Note that Mary Molloyd owed service to a Mrs. Vansweringen, and a Mrs. Vansweringen was mentioned in Robert Lee's will.

Occupations and Offices

1672 planter;
1680's innkeeper & merchant.
Elected to Lower House, St. Mary's County, 1697-1707;
Alderman, St. Mary's City 1689, 1694;
William & Mary Parish vestry, St. Mary's County, 1693-1696;
Justice, St. Mary's County, 1694-1713.
Captain, 1704, Major, 1706.
Gentleman, 1713[24]

1713 Deaths

Thomas Beale's will prob. May 25, 1713; personal property £344 including 9 slaves. An Elizabeth Beale, widow, is living at time of the 1743 suit, but this may be Thomas' daughter, not wife.

Death:
Date: 1730
Place: St Marys, St Mary's, Maryland, United States[25]
  • Source: S3 Author: Ancestry.com Title: Public Member Trees Publication: Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2006; Repository: #R2
  • Repository: R2 Name: www.ancestry.com


Sources

  1. PGLO F:185; FMMB:124
  2. Mike Marshall (mrmarsha2004@yahoo.com), Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia’s Northern Neck Counties. Rootsweb, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id=I008334. Accessed 2/24/2014.
  3. PGLO F:185; FMMB:107
  4. PGW 1:180, Md Cal Wills VI; FMMB:107
  5. Mike Marshall (mrmarsha2004@yahoo.com), Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia’s Northern Neck Counties. Rootsweb, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id=I008334. Accessed 2/24/2014.
  6. Mike Marshall (mrmarsha2004@yahoo.com), Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia’s Northern Neck Counties. Rootsweb, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id=I008334. Accessed 2/24/2014.
  7. Mike Marshall (mrmarsha2004@yahoo.com), Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia’s Northern Neck Counties. Rootsweb, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id=I008334. Accessed 2/24/2014.
  8. Mike Marshall (mrmarsha2004@yahoo.com), Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia’s Northern Neck Counties. Rootsweb, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id=I008334. Accessed 2/24/2014.
  9. LOA Chancery Records 4:80
  10. Beall News: 131-145), confirming Heterick (V:1) and Roberta Hull.
  11. Mike Marshall (mrmarsha2004@yahoo.com), Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia’s Northern Neck Counties. Rootsweb, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id=I008334. Accessed 2/24/2014.
  12. Mike Marshall (mrmarsha2004@yahoo.com), Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia’s Northern Neck Counties. Rootsweb, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id=I008334. Accessed 2/24/2014.
  13. Mike Marshall (mrmarsha2004@yahoo.com), Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia’s Northern Neck Counties. Rootsweb, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id=I008334. Accessed 2/24/2014.
  14. Mike Marshall (mrmarsha2004@yahoo.com), Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia’s Northern Neck Counties. Rootsweb, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id=I008334. Accessed 2/24/2014.
  15. EFSM Vol Vi page 248, cited by Marshall
  16. Liber 5, folio 485, L. O. A.; EFSM Vol Vi page 248, cited by Marshall
  17. Maryland Calendar of Wills, 4:280
  18. Abstracts of the Inventories and Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland. 1685-1701 Libers 9,10,101C, 11A, 11B Volume 3 Compiled by V.L. Skinner. Published by Family Line Publications. Copied by Robert Berenger
  19. Mike Marshall (mrmarsha2004@yahoo.com), Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia’s Northern Neck Counties. Rootsweb, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id=I008334. Accessed 2/24/2014.
  20. Mike Marshall (mrmarsha2004@yahoo.com), Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia’s Northern Neck Counties. Rootsweb, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id=I008334. Accessed 2/24/2014.
  21. Mike Marshall (mrmarsha2004@yahoo.com), Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia’s Northern Neck Counties. Rootsweb, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id=I008334. Accessed 2/24/2014.
  22. 17 June 1743, pp 11-12, Court Slave Records of Anne Arundel Co) 14 June 1743, pp.11-12.
  23. Liber IB No 4, 1743, p. 83
  24. Papenfuse, Biographies, Maryland Legislature 1635-1789, I:122.
  25. Source: #S3 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Ruth Moore

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Refers to Thomas of Ninian

Name: Thomas /Beall/[26]
Birth:
Date: 1647
Place: , , , Scotland[27]


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On 23 Feb 2015 at 20:44 GMT Jack Day wrote:

To avoid creating new profiles, and it appearing there are actually three Thomas Bealls here, I propose that we think of saving the profile of Beall-12 for the one I've temporarily designated "B-THOM"; Beall-147 for "B-ANDREW", and Beall-281 for "B-ARUNDEL". Beall-234 and Beall 171 have already been merged into Beall-147.

On 6 Dec 2014 at 04:22 GMT Connie (Cebulski) Wade wrote:

I believe the following Thomas Beall are the same:

Beall-12, Beall-147, Beall-171, Beall-234, Beall-281

Most of which have missing information. Thomas Beall was born 1638 in Largo, Fifeshire, Scotland and died Aug 3, 1707 in Prince George, Maryland. He married Elizabeth Lee b. 1640 Waterford, Eng - d. 1678 Prince George, Maryland

On 6 Dec 2014 at 04:21 GMT Connie (Cebulski) Wade wrote:

I believe the following Thomas Beall are the same:

Beall-12, Beall-147, Beall-171, Beall-234, Beall-281

Most of which have missing information. Thomas Beall was born 1638 in Largo, Fifeshire, Scotland and died Aug 3, 1707 in Prince George, Maryland. He married Elizabeth Lee b. 1640 Waterford, Eng - d. 1678 Prince George, Maryland

On 6 Dec 2014 at 04:21 GMT Connie (Cebulski) Wade wrote:

I believe the following Thomas Beall are the same:

Beall-12, Beall-147, Beall-171, Beall-234, Beall-281

Most of which have missing information. Thomas Beall was born 1638 in Largo, Fifeshire, Scotland and died Aug 3, 1707 in Prince George, Maryland. He married Elizabeth Lee b. 1640 Waterford, Eng - d. 1678 Prince George, Maryland

On 5 Dec 2014 at 15:34 GMT Connie (Cebulski) Wade wrote:

Beall-147 and Beall-171 appear to represent the same person because: There is information within each profile that can be merged. I do believe these profiles to represent the same person.

Thomas Beall is my 7th great grandfather.



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