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Charles Beall (1672 - 1740)

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Captain Charles Beall
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Contents

Biography

Name

Name: Capt Charles /Beall/[1]

1673 Birth

In a petition of 3 Dec 1734 byJoyce Bradford regarding the boundaries of Plain Dealing Charles Beall gave a deposition in which he gave his age as about 61 years. [2] This would place his birth as about 1673.

Fielder M. M. Beall placed the birth of Captain Charles Beall, in Calvert County in 1672. [3] son of Col. Ninian Beall [1626], Immigrant,

Possibly same Charles Beall, b 1673 (age 59 in 1732 and 61 in 1734 when deponent in PG Co. Court Cases, [4]

1680-1700

1680 Robert Lasly Will, Charles Beall inherits

In 1680 Charles Beall was a legatee in the will of Robert Lasley,which was proved Sep 15 1680 [5] [6] [7]

1696 Press Master, New Scotland Hundred

1696, aptd Press Master of New Scotland Hundred, PGC. [6]

1700-1710

Residence

He "lived on the east side of the Eastern Branch, or Anacostia River. His first home appears to have been on Bachelors Hope, on Oxon Run, in Prince George's County and partially in what is now the District of Columbia."

1704 Indian Ranger

Indian Ranger: Jan 21 1704 commissioned Commander of Indian Rangers for the Indian War [8].

Feb 21 1704 brought Col. Ninian Beall brought in stray Indian and said his son Charles Beall, who comands the Rangers, had captured. [8]

1704 Presbyterian Church Leadership

Nov 20, 1704 named by father, among others, as trustee of Church in his deed of gift [9] [10]

On November 20, 1704, Col. Ninian Beall deeded a half acre of land out of a tract called Meddows located on the Western Branch of the Patuxent River in Prince George's County, to Rev. Nathaniel Taylor, Presbyterian Minister, for erection of a church. [11]

Trustees named in the deed include Alexander Beall and a James Beall, believed to be Alexander's brother. The deed was witnessed by Samuel Magruder. [11]

The presence of a Church of Scotland minister and the publicly recorded deed of Ninian Beall for a Presbyterian church identifying several Presbyterians by name, evidence relaxation of the religious intolerance of the Maryland Assembly of 1692 which restricted religious worship to the Anglican Church. As a consequence of that Assembly Act there were few Presbyterians in Maryland, and they self-restrained in open worship. [11]

Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 116b: Deed of Gift, 20 Dec 1704

  • From: Ninian Beall, Sr. of Prince George's County
  • To: Nath'Il Taylor, Minister of Gospel
  • For a piece of money called a sixpence "I freely" give a half-acre of land being *part of a tract called The Meaddows on the Western Branch of the Patuxent River in Prince George's County to Nathaniel Taylor, to Robert Bradly, James Stoddart, John Battie, Archibald Edmundson, Thomas Beall, Sr., Thomas Beall, Jr., Ninian Beall, Jr., Charles Beall, Christopher Thompson, Joshua Hall, John Browne, John Henry, James Beall, Alexander Beall, William Offett, John Soaper and to their successors
  • Signed: Ninlan Beall
  • Witnessed: John Wight and Samll Magruder [12]

1705 Military

Apr 9, 1705, Lieut Charles Beale charged as not having done his duty with any sort of discipline [8]

Mar 27, 1707, Lieut Charles Beale asks for his soldier's pay [13]

1706 Father Deeds Land to Charles

Jul 15 1706, father Col. Ninian Beall deeds to son Charles Bachelors Hope, 440 acres, originally patented by father [14] [10] "Charles Beall bought lands in (now) Montgomery in 1715, 1718, 1719, 1720, and 1726. amounting to several thousand acres [15] [16]

Landholdings included Fife and the famous Lily Ponds on the Eastern Branch in DC...Some of his lands remained in the possession of the family and their heirs for 200 years...The Bennings, DC Power plant is on part of his land. [10] In 1717, on death of his father Col. Ninian, was awarded book of Bishop Coopers works and 1000 acres Plantation Dunneback or Dunn Back in Dorchester County lying on the south side of the Choptank River called Walters Creek (Heterick) or Wattses Creek (FMMB).

1709 Marriage to Mary Walstead

23 Sept 1709 [17] [18] m. (1) Mary Walstead, b. ca 1675, d. ca 1710. [10]. She was widow of Joshua Walstead and made a return for her husband Joshua's estate in 1695 [19] FMMB and J. Ninian Beall believe marriage took place ca 1695. This is plausable, as Mary Walstead was a widow by that time, and fits the theory that son Ninian the elder, b. 1696, was their child, however the 1709 record would appear to negate their theory.

1710-1720

May 21 1711 named administrator for estate of his brother John [20] [10].

1712 Marriage to Mary Price

Charles m (2) ca 1712 Mary Price (b. ca 1690, dau of Edward Price of PGC. [16]; d. ca 1767 [10] Beall Genealogical News, p. 69 </ref>

1713 Witness to Will

June 18 1713 Charles Beall and George Beall witnessed the will of Ralph Warinall. [10]

1717 Charles Beall Witness in Will of Edward Prise

Prise, Edward, planter, Prince George's Co., 29th Apr., 1717; 18th May, 1717.

  • To Basil Worinall., 100 A. "Litchfield in Chas. County, on S. side of Wheeler"s Branch and adjoining "Planter's Delight. "
  • To Joseph Nuton, personalty now in possession of Wm. Mattingly and Nicholas Dawson.
  • To Andrew Hamilton and James Stodert, personalty.
  • To Charles Beall, if testators wife should die, personalty.
  • Test: David Patton, James Juers, Chs. Beall,, Mark Worinall. 14, 322.
  • Note-Test. Proceedings mention Basil Warring as admr. on this estate.

1717 Inherits in Ninian Beall Will

Apr 29 1717 legatee in will of Edward Price of PGC [21] [6]

Beall, Ninian, Prince George's Co., 15th Jan., 1717; 28th Feb., 1717. To son Geo. and hrs., 480 A., "Rock of Dumbarton" on Rock Creek, and personalty. To son Charles and hrs., 1,000 A., "Dunn Back" on Watts Creek., S. side Gr. Choptank, and personalty. To granddau. Mary Beall and hrs. (dau. of son Ninian, deceased), after payment of legacies, 1/2 of personal est., also that part of "Bacon Hall" lying on a, side of road to "Mt. Calvert, " and to have her share at marriage. To grandson Samuel Beall, ex., and hrs., water mill on Collington Branch and remaining part of "Bacon Hall," providing that at 21 yrs. he makes over to afsd. Mary Beall a tract of land called "Sams Beginning" on S. side of sd. road to "Mt. Calvert." Shd. he die before he be of age to convey land afsd., then the entire tract of "Bacon Hall" is bequeathed to sd. granddau. Mary Beall. To son-in-law Andrew Hambleton, personalty. To son-in-law Joseph Belt and hrs.,, 245 A., "Good Luck,"-' he to allow to heirs of testator 4,000 lbs. tobacco. Two grandchildren of deceased son Ninian to be cared for and educated. Test. directs that a tract of 400 A. "The Recovery." in the Freshes of Patuxent R., at head of Weston Branch, and adj. land bequeathed to Joseph Belt, be sold for payment of debts, Sons Charles, Joseph Belt and Geo. to aid executor until he arrives at age of 21 yrs. Test; John Busey., Rebecca Getward, Ed. Willet. 14. 504.[7]

1719 Site Selection for New Church

Sept 18 1719 Charles Beall served on committee to divide St. Johns Parish and select site for a new church. (Site for new Rock Creek Parish in now DC approved Aug 13 1728. [22] [10] June 18 1713 with George Beall, testators to will of Ralph Warinall [23]

1720-1730

May 21 1720 Charles Beall sold to Jeremiah Belt Good Luck which he inherited from his father. [24] [10]

1720 Charles Beall sells 383 acres for 2000 lb good tobacco

PG Liber I, fol. 87-9 (12 Dec. 1720): fr. Charles and Mary Beale, for 2000 lb. good tobacco: Discovery; beginning on north side of fresh called Oxon at first bounded tree of Nonesuch; equalling 383 acres fee simple; surveyed 5 Sept. 1714 for Charles Beale, part of warrant granted Charles Beale 23 April 1714.[7]

1725 William and Charles Beall sell to Charles Davis

Prince George's, County Land Records, Liber I - folio 666 Indenture, 4 Jul 1725; enrolled 24 Aug 1725 From: William and Charles Beall, planters of Prince George's County To: Charles Davis, planter of Prince George's County For £35 a tract of land, part of Three Beall's Manor in Prince George's County; containing 2 acres /s/ William Beall (seal), Charles Beall (seal) Wit: Thos. Evans, Garvin Hamilton Acknowledged by Elizabeth Beal, wife of William, and Mary Beall, wife of Charles[7]

1727 William Young seeks boundary clarification. William Thompson deposes

Prince George's, County Land Records, Liber M, Page 268 Memorandum; Petition of William Young to the Justices on 4th Tues in Aug last [Liber N, folio 498]; Charles, Lord Baltimore, to the Justices;

  • William Young seized of 2 parcels of land called The Neck and Thompson's Town; request to determine boundaries; 12 Aug 1727; depositions follow:

Liber M, Page 269

  • William Thompson, age ca 80; mentions Walter Thompson and land called Neck
  • Christopher Thompson, age ca 60; mentions Neck, Walter Thompson and John Sherwood
  • Thomas Johnston, age ca 60; mentions William Hutchison, Sr., dec'd
  • Charles Beal, age ca 55; mentions Neck, formerly belonging to Walter *Thompson, Andrew
  • Hamilton, land of Andrew Clark and the Eastern Branch[7]

1728 Charles Beall Creditor in Inventory of James Beall

Mr. James Beall 9.211 A PG £43.2.3 Jun 18 1728 A second inventory is cited in the amount of £6.14.0. Payments to: John Allison, Ann Gitting, administratrix of Francis King, Elienor Nutthall, John Roads, John Beall, Sr., Capt. Charles Beall, Meredith Davis per Dr. Haswell, John Pearce, William Beall, Sr., James Beall (son of Alexander Beall), Mary Jones, William Scott, Capt. Leonard Hollyday on account of Thomas Brooke (merchant in London), John Farguson, cost of suit against Dr, John Haswell and his wife Sarah Haswell, Elisabeth Stimson (executrix of Solomon Stimson) per John Mawderley to be paid in my father's (unnamed) lifetime, William Smith & William Mordant, Lingan Wilson, Robert Beall, Esq. Loyd per Mr. Robert Taylor, Edmond Jenings, Charles Calvert, Esq., Holland, Lee & Brooke, Brooke & Holland. Mentions: Mr. Jennings, widow (unnamed), 8 children (unnamed). Executor: John Beall, Jr.

Oct 2 1729 Charles Beall sold to David Cranford The Meadows which he inherited from his father [25] [10]


1730-1740

1732 Indenture between James Gordon and Charles Beall

PGCo Land Records Liber Q, Page 489 Enrolled at request of James Gordon 28 Jun 1732: Indenture, 1 Jun 1732; Between Charles Beall, planter, and James Gordon; for £25; part of a tract called Crauford's Adventure; bounded by Hudson's Range now in possession of Rev. Hugh Conn on the east side of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac; containing 100 acres; /s/ Chas. Beall; wit John Beall, Jos. Chew; ack. 1 Jun 1732 by Charles Beall and Mary his wife[7]

Apr 17 1733 petition by Charles Beall to establish the boundary lines of Dunkeel, owned by Col. Ninian Beall [26][10]

1733 Indenture Charles Beall and John Macklean

PGCo Land Records Liber Q, Liber Q, Page 671 Enrolled at request of John Macklaine 24 Jul 1733: Indenture, 13 Jul 1733; Between Charles Beall, planter, and John Macklean; for £30; a parcel called Craufurd's Adventure; on the east side of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac; bounded by Hudson's Range now in possession of Rev. Hugh Conn; containing 100 acres; /s/ Charles Beall; Thomas Langton, Richard Kelly (mark) ack. 13 Jul 1733 by Charles Beall and Mary his wife[7]

1733 Indenture between Charles Beall and John Hoskins, Jr

Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland Liber T, Page 8 Recorded at request of John Hoskins, Jr., 3 Nov 1733: 29 Oct 1733; Indenture between Charles Beall, Gent., and Mary his wife, of one part and John Hawkins, Sr.; for £83; a parcel called Contention; bounded by Clement Hill's The Forest; containing 499 acres; also adjacent Beall & Magruders Purchase containing 101 acres; /s/ Charles Beall; wit. W. Manduit, Ebn. Bayne; ack. 29 Oct 1732 by Charles Beall and Mary his wife[7]

1733 Charles Beall Witness in Talbott case

Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland Liber T, Page 17 Special petition of John Talbott 30 Jul 1733; regarding boundaries of Langley; depositions taken 25 Sep 1733: Alexander Harbert, age ca 60; mentions Thomas Locker; /s/ Alexander Harbert (mark) Thomas Charter, age ca 47 Thomas Willcoxon, age ca 37 Charles Beall, age ca 60; 28 Sep 1733[7]

1733 Charles Beall Indenture

Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland Liber T, Page 53 Recorded at request of Basil Beckwith, 9 Jan 1733: 5 Sep 1733; Indenture between Charles Beall & Mary his wife, Samuel Beall, planter, and Jane his wife, of one part and Basil Beckwith; for £30; Bacon Hall on main road from Marlborough to Mt. Calvert; near house of Mary Miles; of 150 acres; /s/ Chas. Beall, Sam'l Beall; wit. John Beall, Tumor Wootton; ack. Mary, wife of Charles, and Jane, wife of Samuel; 5 Sep 1733[7]

1733 Charles Beall Indenture

Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland Liber T, Page 74 Recorded at request of Basil Beckwith, 6 Mar 1733: 25 Feb 1733; Indenture between Charles Beall, planter, and Mary his wife, and Samuel Beall and Jane his wife, of one part, and Basil Beckwith, planter; for £30; two parts of land on the west side of main road that leads to Mt. Calvert from Marlborough; tracts called Bacon Hall and Sam's Beginning; containing 150 acres; /s/ Charles Beall, Samuel Beall; wit. Mary Cramphin, Thomas Cramphin; ack. Mary Beall and Jane Beall[7]

1733 William Young Will lists Christopher Thomson as next of kin

Mr. William Young 17,494 PG £280.13.11 Jul 17 1733 Nov 29 1733 Appraisers: Charles Beall, John Henry. Creditors: David Crawford, John Docwra. Next of kin: Christopher Thomson, Robert Riddell. Administrators/Executors: William Young, Mary Young,[7]

1734 Charles Beall: Depositions regarding Dundee

Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland Liber T, Page 202 Special Petition of Charles Beall regarding the boundaries of Dundee: Deposition of Archbd. Edmonston, age ca 60 odd years; mentions Col. Ninian Beall Deposition of Clement Hill, age ca 63 years; mentions Swanson's Lott Deposition of James Edmonston, age ca 34 years; mentions his father 23 years ago Deposition of Saml. Brashers, age ca 60 years; mentions Col. Beall & Anthony Smith ca 38 years ago Deposition of Archbd. Edmonston, age ca 60 odd years Further depositions of James Edmonston mentions Widow Wells' old field Enrolled 29 Nov 1734[7]

1734 Deposition of Charles Beall

Land Records of Prince George's County. Maryland Special Petition of Joyce Bradford regarding boundaries of Plain Dealing Deposition of Charles Beall, age ca 61 years; mentions Goose Creek also John Bradford and Joice his wife Deposition of John Allison, age ca 55 years; mentions Thomas Fletchall Enrolled 3 Dec 1734[7]

1735 Indenture Charles Beall

Land Records of Prince George's County. Maryland Liber T, Page 332 Recorded at request of John Hawkins, Jr., 25 Nov 1735: 27 Aug 1735; Indenture between Charles Beall, Gent., and John Hawkins, Jr., Gent.; for £83; a tract called Contention; bounded by Clement Hill's The Forrest; laid out for 499 acres; also a parcel called Beall's & Magruder's Honesty adjacent to Contention; containing 101 acres; /s/ Chas. Beall; wit. George Noble, Turnor Wootton; ack. Charles Beall[7]

1736 Charles Beall debtor

Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland Liber T, Page 406 Recorded at request of Thomas Gorden, 24 Aug 1736: Bill of Sale from John Gordon, saddler, for £20; paid by bro. Thomas Gorden, tanner; all saddles, saddler tools, leather and household goods and debts due from Ignatius Ransom, Charles Beall, Dr. John Haswell, Hugh Conn, Charles Boreman and Christopher Brown; 5 Aug 1736; /s/ John Gorden; Thos. Dawson, George Fraser[7]

June 19 1737, Charles Beall, age 65, makes court deposition (Prince Georges County I:425 </ref> [10]

1737 Charles Beall Witness

Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland Recorded at request of Samuel Waters Jr., 30 Jun 1737: Deed of Gift from Samuel Waters, Sr., planter; for love and affection to son Samuel Waters, Jr., planter; tract called The Range being part of Jerico; containing 100 acres; 19 Jun 1737; /s/ Samuel Waters, Sr.; wit. Cha. Beall, James Beck[7]

1737 Intenture Charles Beall and Samuel Waters

Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland Liber T, Page 470 Recorded at request of Samuel Waters, Sr., 30 Jun 1737: 19 Jun 1737; Indenture between Charles Beall, planter, and Samuel Waters, Sr., planter; for £60; a tract called Water's Purchase being part of Charles and Benjamin; bounded by Joseph Richardson; containing 404 acres; /sl Cha. Beall; wit. James Beck, Henry Dixon; ack. Charles Beall and Mary his wife[7]

1737 Indenture Charles Beall and Arthur Nelson

Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland Liber T, Page 473 Recorded at request of Arthur Nelson, 30 Jun 1737: 27 Jun 1737; Indenture between Capt. Charles Beall and Arthur Nelson, planter; for £20; a tract called Cuckold's Delight part of Discontent; containing 23 acres; /s/ Chas. Beall; wit. Mary Cramphin, Thomas Cramphin; ack. Mary, wife of Charles Beall[7]

Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland Liber T, Page 474 Recorded at request of Capt. Charles Beall, 30 Jun 1737: 27 Jun 1737; Indenture between Arthur Nelson, planter, and Capt. Charles Beall; for £20; a tract called Cuckold's Delight part of Discontent; containing 16 acres; /s/ Arthur Nelson (mark); wit. Mary Cramphin, Thomas Cramphin; ack. Valentine Nelson, wife of Arthur[7]

1739 Charles Beal creditor

Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743-Liber Y; Page 3. Bond. I, John Clagett of PG, am bound to Charles Beall of PG in the sum of 50 .. money to be paid to sd Beall, to which payment truly to be paid I bind myself this Mar 7, 1739. Whereas Clagett has agreed with Beall .. and liberal exchange all the lands contained within the bounds hereafter mentioned, being part of a tract of land called Clagetts Purchase, bounded by .. that is, Beall shall hereafter hold and enjoy the afd land, then the above obligation to be void. Signed - John Clagett. Wit - Thos Harris, Thos Cramphin. Recorded Mar 28, 1739[7]

1739 Land from Charles Beall to John Pridgett

Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 46. Jun 25, 1739 from Charles Beall of PG, planter, to John Pridgett (Pritchett), for and in consideration of making good a former deed, formerly conveyed to sd Pridgett, and for sundry other causes and valuable considerations, the rest of a tract of land called Pridgetts Purchase, bounded by the west line of a tract of land called Huntington which leads from the bounded hickory of Clagetts Purchase, containing about 47 acres. Signed - Chas Beall. Wit - Nin Tannehill, Wm Pritchett. This deed was acknowledged before JPs John Beall* and Nath. Wickham*. Recorded Jun 27, 1739.[7]

1739 Pridgett posts bond to Charles Beall

Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 47. Bond. Jun 25, 1739. 1, John Pridgett of PG, am bound to Charles Beall in the just sum of 15 £ sterling, to which payment truly to be made, I bind myself. Whereas sd Pridgett, having received full satisfaction for some differences in a certain conveyance of land from sd Beall to sd Pridgett, if Pridgett forever hereafter acquits Beall from all damages and other troubles that may hereafter arise for Beall from a tract of land called Huntington, now in possession of John Abington's heirs, and likewise from a tract of land called Fringship, now in possession of the family of Stodderts, from this time and forever hereafter, then the afd bond to be void. Signed - John Pritchett Sr. Wit - Nin Tannehill, Wrn Pritchett. Recorded Jun 27, 1739.[7]

1740 Will and Death

Charles' Will 24 Mar 1737-27 Nov 1740, [27]. Listing below follows J. Ninian Beall, which is the most detailed.

  • To wife Mary, my now dwelling Beall's Adventure and Mill at Mill Branch, for life; at her death to son Charles.
  • Son Charles, remainder in that part of Bealls Adventure south of Mill Branch, including the mill; Conciliation, 473 acres, at head of Bealls Adventure; and 100 acres Pilkerton's Quest. Heterick version also includes land in Dorcet Co on Eastern Shore near Choptank Creek called Danby.
  • Son Ninian all lands between Mill Branch and Pine Branch (adjoins land of brother Joshewa).
  • Son Joshua (Joshewa) all land belonging to me between Pine Branch and Beaver Dam Branch; also 300 acres Cranfords Adventure.
  • Sons Ninian and Joshua, land in Dorcet Co, (Heterick has "the rest of the land") called Danby, equally divided if sold, if not sold Ninian to have the South Side of the Branch and Joshua to have the North.
  • Dau Mary The Charles and William 75 acres & Disbute 200 acres "to her and the heirs of her body forever".
  • To dau Rachel 118 acres of Bealls Honesty and Grubs Thickett or Grubby Thicket, 133 acres. "Provided--If either of the sisters dies without issue, then her sister to inherit and possess forever; and in case either of the three brothers dies without heirs, his lands to be equally divided between the other two brothers and their heirs forever." (Beall News:69)
  • The land called Charles and Benjamin to be sold to pay debts.
  • Wife Mary and Son Joshua/Joshewa Executors.

Charles Beall died in 1740.

1740-1750

1741 Mary Beall, Widow, to Samuel White

Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 336. Jul 11, 1741 from Mary Beall of PG, widow, and Joshua Beall of PG, planter (executors and administrators of Charles Beall, late of PG, decd), to Samuel White of PG, planter. Whereas sd Charles Beall, by his will, bequeathed a parcel of land to be sold, being a moiety or part of a tract of land called the Charles and Benjamin, originally granted unto the afd Charles Beall and Benjamin Berry, lying in PG between the Branches of Rock Cr and the Branches of Patuxent River "&c", now this deed witnesses that the afd Mary and Joshua Beall, for 23 £ 11 shillings and 3 pence sterling, sell to sd White part of the Charles and Benjamin, lying in PG, containing about 171 acres. Signed - Mary Beall, Joshua Beall. Wit - John Beall* , Nath: Wickham Jr*. Recorded Jul 18, 1741.[7]

1741 Mary Beall, Widow, to John Miles

Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 339. Jul 11, 1741 from Mary Beall of PG, widow, and Joshua Beall of PG, planter (executors and administrators of Charles Beall, late of PG, decd), to John Miles of PG, planter. Whereas sd Charles Beall, by his will, bequeathed a parcel of land to be sold, being a moiety or part of a tract of land called the Charles and Benjamin, originally granted unto the afd Charles Beall and Benjamin Berry, lying in PG between the Branches of Rock Cr and the Branches of Patuxent River, now this deed witnesses that the afd Mary and Joshua Beall, for 34 £ 8 shillings and 8 pence sterling, sell to sd Miles part of the Charles and Benjamin, lying in PG, bounded by a parcel of land formerly sold out of the sd tract to John Magruder, containing about 250 acres. Signed - Mary Beall, Jos:a Beall. Wit - John Beall*, Nath:1 Wickham Jr*. Recorded Jul 18, 1741.[7]

1745 Mary Beall Widow of Charles

Prince George's Land Records 1743-1746 - Liber BB - Page 475. Jul 7, 1745 from William Beall, Joshua Beall, & Mary Beall, planters, to William Forrist (Forrest), carpenter, for 10 shillings sterling, all that parcel of land in PG, being part of a tract of land called carpenter, for 10 shillings sterling, all that parcel of land in PG, being part of a tract of land called Beall's Manor, which is bounded by a parcel of land formerly laid out for Gerah Davis, it being part of the afd tract of land called Bealls Manor, containing about 200 acres. Signed - Wm Beall, Jos:a Beall, Mary Beall. Wit - John Adamson, David Ross, George Scott*, Jams Edmonston. This deed was ack. by William Beall & Eliza. Beall, his wife, & Mary Beall, widow of Charles Beall, & Joshua Beall, one of the executors of Charles Beall. Recorded Nov 25, 1745.[7]

Children

Because of duplications of names, names are temporarily identified by codes from the Colonial Beall Database [28]

Children Named in Will

Five children are named in the will. Following the will, J. Ninian Beall and Heterick accounts for 5 children, shown below. On the other hand, Fielder M. M. Beall accounts for 9 children, including three pairs of children with the same name.

  1. B-NIN-25 Rachel Beall, was born in 1711.[7] daughter of Charles Beall and Mary Price, m. Greenfield. Or she was born 1724 in Prince George, Maryland. She married Walter Smith Greenfield. He was born 1731 in Prince George, Maryland.Rachel to inherit 118 acres of Bealls Honesty and Grubs Thickett or Grubby Thicket, 133 acres. "Provided--If either of the sisters dies without issue, then her sister to inherit and possess forever; and in case either of the three brothers dies without heirs, his lands to be equally divided between the other two brothers and their heirs forever." [10] Or born 1711[7] Rachel, b. 1711, the elder. Probably predeceased her father, dying unmarried before 1740. According to FMMB, sources disagree as to whether she was daughter of Mary Walstead or Mary Price. No further information available. (Beall News II:4, December 1992, p. 58)[29] Rachel the younger, b. 1724 (+B-NIN-25)[30]
  1. B-NIN-21 Charles Beall, Jr.]]b. G1713,son of Charles Beall and Mary Price, remained single. Or born in 1715 in Prince George Co., MD. He died in 1763.[7] Or born 1717 in Prince Georges County, Maryland To inherit remainder in that part of Bealls Adventure south of Mill Branch, including the mill; Conciliation, 473 acres, at head of Bealls Adventure; and 100 acres Pilkerton's Quest. Heterick version also includes land in Dorcet Co on Eastern Shore near Choptank Creek called Danby. Charles the younger, b. 1726. (+B-NIN-21)[31]
  1. B-NIN-22 Ninian Beall, Mariner b. G1715, son of Charles Beall and Mary Price, to inherit all lands between Mill Branch and Pine Branch (adjoins land of brother Joshewa). m. Susannah. In addition, sons Ninian and Joshua to receive , land in Dorcet Co, (Heterick has "the rest of the land") called Danby, equally divided if sold, if not sold Ninian to have the South Side of the Branch and Joshua to have the North. Or born in 1713.[7] Ninian the Mariner, b. 1713 (+B-NIN-22)[32]
  1. B-JOHN-11 Mary Beall, b. G1717, daughter of Charles Beall and Mary Price, m. John Beall. Daughter Mary to inherit The Charles and William 75 acres & Disbute 200 acres "to her and the heirs of her body forever". Mary, b. 1722 (+B-JOHN-11)[33]


  1. B-NIN-24 Joshua (Joshewa) Beall, b. Friday, Oct 2, 1719, son of Charles Beall and Mary Price. Or born on Oct 02, 1719 in Prince George Co., MD. He died on Jan18, 1796. He married (1) Eleanor (or Elinor) Greenfield. She was born in 1726 (or 1722 in Prince Georges County, Maryland). She died in 1786.[7] To inherit all land belonging to me between Pine Branch and Beaver Dam Branch; also 300 acres Cranfords Adventure. In addition, sons Ninian and Joshua to receive , land in Dorcet Co, (Heterick has "the rest of the land") called Danby, equally divided if sold, if not sold Ninian to have the South Side of the Branch and Joshua to have the North. Joshua and his mother Mary to be co-executors. Joshua, b. 1719. (+B-NIN-24) [34]



Children Not Named in Will but credibly shown as children

  1. ELEANOR BEALL was born in 1717, daughter of Charles Beall and Mary Price, died early.[7] Or, born in 1708 in Prince George Co., MD in which case she might have been the daughter of Charles Beall and Mary Walstead, widow of Joshua Walstead. [7] Eleanor, b. 1717, prob d. young. No further information available (Beall News II:4, December 1992, p. 58)[35]

Children Not Named in Will and probably not a child of Charles Beall

  1. MARY BEALL was born in 1722. She married Zephaniah Turner about Abt. 1757 in Trinity Parish, Charles Co., MD. He was born on Sep 19, 1737 in Trinity Parish, Charles Co., MD. He died about Abt. Apr 29, 1794 in Charles Co., MD[7]

Children who are definitely not a child of Charles Beall

  1. Ninian Beall the Elder sometimes shown as a child of Charles Beall and Mary Walstead, was born in 1696 in Prince George Co., MD. He died in 1780. He was said to be the son of Charles Beall and Mary Walstead, widow of Joshua Walstead. [7] married (1) CALLET RAWLINGS. She was born in 1696. Ninian, b. 1696, the elder, d. 1780. m. (1) Catherine Duke, (2) Katherine Barton. FMMB assigns to Ninian the Elder land between Mill Branch and Pine Branch which Heterick assigns only to Ninian, the Mariner. Acc to Heterick, the Ninian b. 1696, d. 1780 is Ninian Beall, Sr., possibly of Thomas, Immigrant. Roberta Hull believes that Ninian [1696] is son of Thomas Beall. FMMB believes Ninian the elder to be the only son of Charles and first wife Mary Walstead, all others being children of second wife, Mary Price. (FMMB:70) (+B-ANDREW-12).[36]
  1. Rachel Beall, the Elder, sometimes shown as a child of Charles Beall and Mary Walstead, born in 1703 in Prince George Co., MD. She was said to be the daughter of Charles Beall and Mary Walstead, widow of Joshua Walstead. [7]
  1. Joshua Beall, the elder, born in 1705 in Prince George Co., MD.He was said to be the son of Charles Beall and Mary Walstead, widow of Joshua Walstead. [7] Charles the elder, b. 1715, d. 1763.[37]
  1. Mary Beall, born in 1709 in Prince George Co., MD. She was said to be the daughter of Charles Beall and Mary Walstead, widow of Joshua Walstead. [7] She died in 1737 in Anne Arundel Co., MD. She married (1) Ninian Beall. He was born in 1711. He died in 1790.[7]

Variant accounts of children of Captain Charles Beall

(B) List of children of Charles and first wife Mary Walstead as given by J. Ninian Beall (Beall News II:4, Dec 1992, p. 58) and established by gift instruments of slaves by Charles on Aug 30,. 1725 [Lib I, f. 685] and Oct 4, 1726 [Lib M, f. 64]. All children were of age by the date of this second instrument. 1. Ninian (1696-1740) (+B-ANDREW-12) 2. Mary (b. c. 1700) (+B-JOHN-11) 3. Rachel [the elder] (b. c. 1703) 4. Joshua (b. c. 1705) 5. Eleanor (b. c 1708) 6. Charles (d. in infancy) List of children of Charles and second wife Mary Price 7. Ninian [the mariner], c. 1715-1752. (+B-NIN-22) 8. Charles (c. 1717-1763) (+B-NIN-21) 9. Joshewa (1719-1796) (+B-NIN-24) a. Rachel [the younger] (1724-1768) (+B-NIN-25)

(C) Thomas Beall, Beall News 9. Charles (the Younger). Acc to FMMB, b. 1726; Acc to TB, b. 1698. To receive Conclusion and Pinkerton's Quest. (FMMB:69) (+1726) 6. Joshua. b. 1719 (Census) Acc to FMMB,b. 1724; Acc to TB, b. 1702. (+1719) No further information available (Beall News II:4, December 1992, p. 58) 7. Mary. Acc to FMMB, b. 1722; Acc to TB, b. 1700. Acc to Heterick, (IV:16) m. a Beall. 8. Rachel (The Younger). Acc to FMMB, b. 1724, d. 1768; m. Walter Smith Greenfield. Acc to TB, b. 1695 Acc to Heterick (IV:16), m. Greenfield.

Sources

  1. Source: #S-2050775427 Page: Ancestry Family Trees Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=13232476&pid=-35437693
  2. Land Records of Prince George's County. Maryland, cited by Gwen Boyer Bjorkman. Baker, Beeman, Boyer, Crown, Estep, James, McBee, Nusbaum, Shally, Turner and related families. See Beeman DNA Test Group. http://www.familytreedna.com/public/MCBEE/. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gwenbj&id=I2022637. Accessed October 20, 2016. See also http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id= I01829
  3. Fielder M. M. Beall, Colonial Families, 49-50, 68-70
  4. ref Y:328,T:209, Peden:10
  5. Md Cal of Wills I:95:
    Lasly, Robert, [PGCo] 10th Apr., 1680; 15th Sept., 1680.
    To John Douglas, Charles and Ninian Beall, personalty.
    John Lasly, son of Joyce Lindell and hrs., residue of estate, real and personal.
    Exs.: Ninan Beall, Jas. Moore.
    Test: Francis Swinsen, Thos. Lewis. MCW 2.115
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Fielder M. M. Beall, Colonial Families, p. 68
  7. 7.00 7.01 7.02 7.03 7.04 7.05 7.06 7.07 7.08 7.09 7.10 7.11 7.12 7.13 7.14 7.15 7.16 7.17 7.18 7.19 7.20 7.21 7.22 7.23 7.24 7.25 7.26 7.27 7.28 7.29 7.30 7.31 7.32 7.33 7.34 7.35 7.36 7.37 7.38 Gwen Boyer Bjorkman. Baker, Beeman, Boyer, Crown, Estep, James, McBee, Nusbaum, Shally, Turner and related families. See Beeman DNA Test Group. http://www.familytreedna.com/public/MCBEE/. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gwenbj&id=I2022637. Accessed October 20, 2016. See also http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id= I01829
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 MD Arch, XXV:184,186; Cited by Fielder M. M. Beall, Colonial Families, p. 68
  9. Prince Georges Land Office C:116b
  10. 10.00 10.01 10.02 10.03 10.04 10.05 10.06 10.07 10.08 10.09 10.10 10.11 10.12
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 William Hunter McLean. Alexander Beall -- 1649-1744 -- of Maryland: One Line of Descent in America. Fort Worth: Fort Worth Genealogical Society, 1977, pp 10-14
  12. Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties. Rev. Nathaniel Taylor. http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I044345&tree=tree1. Accessed October 20, 2016
  13. Md Arch XXVII:66,79; Cited by Fielder M. M. Beall, Colonial Families, p. 68
  14. Prince Georges Land Office, C:203a
  15. Scharf, Hist of W. Md, 648,649,651
  16. 16.0 16.1 Fielder M. M. Beall, Colonial Families, p. 69
  17. Prince Georges Parish Register
  18. Heterick IV:16
  19. Md Hist Mag, Mar 1922, p. 70, cited by Fielder M. M. Beall, Colonial Families, p. 69
  20. Prince Georges Orphans Court JB1:71
  21. Prince Georges Wills 14:322
  22. Vestry Minutes
  23. Md Cal of Wills III:256
  24. Prince Georges Land Office I:11
  25. Prince Georges Land Office M:503
  26. Prince Georges Land Office I:202
  27. Prince Georges Wills, WBTT:311; Cited in Heterick IV:16; and FMMB:69 as well as J. Ninian Beall/Beall News:69
  28. Jackson H. Day, Colonial Beall Database, Digital Manuscript.
  29. Shown in Fielder M. M. Beall, pages 69-70 and in Beall Genealogical News 1, 38, as a child of Charles Beall and one of his two wives.
  30. Shown in Fielder M. M. Beall, pages 69-70 and in Beall Genealogical News 1, 38, as a child of Charles Beall and one of his two wives.
  31. Shown in Fielder M. M. Beall, pages 69-70 and in Beall Genealogical News 1, 38, as a child of Charles Beall and one of his two wives.
  32. Shown in Fielder M. M. Beall, pages 69-70 and in Beall Genealogical News 1, 38, as a child of Charles Beall and one of his two wives.
  33. Shown in Fielder M. M. Beall, pages 69-70 and in Beall Genealogical News 1, 38, as a child of Charles Beall and one of his two wives.
  34. Shown in Fielder M. M. Beall, pages 69-70 and in Beall Genealogical News 1, 38, as a child of Charles Beall and one of his two wives.
  35. Shown in Fielder M. M. Beall, pages 69-70 and in Beall Genealogical News 1, 38, as a child of Charles Beall and one of his two wives.
  36. Shown in Fielder M. M. Beall, pages 69-70 and in Beall Genealogical News 1, 38, as a child of Charles Beall and one of his two wives.
  37. Shown in Fielder M. M. Beall, pages 69-70 and in Beall Genealogical News 1, 38, as a child of Charles Beall and one of his two wives.
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