Categories: Loving Acquaintance Patent.
There are numerous different persons named William Beall in this time period and they are easily confused.
This William Beall was referred to as "William Beall, Jr." and was associated with the Loving Acquaintance land patent.
William Beall was the son of Thomas Beall, Immigrant, 
William Beall was born about 1700. This date is based on a deposition William Beall, Jr, made before the Prince Georges County court in 1734, stating his age was 34. 
William Beall was an Innkeeper and lived in Prince Georges County.
In 1719 William Beall, Jr, received Loving Acquaintance from his father Thomas . On Jul 24, 1719 Thomas Beall gift deeds to four of his children; his son William Beall is to receive one Negro man called Mane; two cows and calfes and two breeding sowes and one feather bedd and furniture. .
Subsequently a suit of William Beall, Jr against Thomas Beall, Jr, to vacate the patent for land Loving Acquaintance, vacated. 
On 11 Feb 1723 he married Elizabeth Stockett  Fielder M. M. Beall claims the William Beall who m. Elizabeth Stockett was a William who was born in 1729, which would make him aged 6 at the time of marriage. Acc to FMMB (111), Elizabeth Stockett was the daughter of Thomas Stockett  Do not confuse with the William Beall, born about 1710, who married Mary.
1725 William Jr bought Denmark and two years later in 1727  he sold Denmark; his wife Elizabeth waived dower.
In 1730 William receives personalty under the will of his brother Benjamin. Benjamin was named in the will father Thomas; the gift deed of 1719, and siblings Thomas, William, Elizabeth Dryden, and Ninian, with brother Ninian to be Benjamin's executor. .
1730 Thomas Beale, Sr, planter, of Prince Georges County, gift deeds to his son William Jr all of Loving Acquaintance, being about 312 acres, retaining life estate for self and wife Elizabeth. Witnesses included John Beall, Jr.  Oct 4, 1732 Thomas deeded personal property to son William, no wife signing 
27 Feb 1738 petition by William Beall, Jr, son of Thomas Beall, stating that patent of Loving Acquaintance for 312a is deficient by 129a and requests said patent be vacated and cancelled. Granted. Chancery Ct Record 7 (IR#4:63). Possibly done to save taxes. (Broadbent,BGN:300)
In 1734 he made a deposition to the Prince Georges County court stating that his age was 34. 
Depositions. Dec 9, 1734. Wm Beall jun aged 34 years...abt 12 years ago he carried the chain as James Edmonston ran a tract of land called Seatle. (PGLO T:237, LDS 0014249, item 2.
12 Feb 1736 William Beall makes agreement with his father's widow, Elizabeth, to receive her 1/3 dower in exchange for 21 year occupancy of the mansion house plus meal, corn, etc. (PG Co Register of Wills, T:439).
On Jul 20 1738 William Beall transferred land to Christopher Lowndes  who built a large brick house on this land near Bladensburg; the house, called Bostock, was in excellent condition in 1914. 
In 1746  William Beall Jr, Innholder, bought Lookout next to Addition to Plummers.
In the 1750 rent rolls, William Beall Jr had Loving Acquaintance, Plummers Pleasure, Addition to Plummers Pleasure, and Lookout.
On 13 Jan 1756 Wm Beall Jr granted to son Basil part of Plummers Pleasure .
On 31 Jan 1756 Wm Beall Jr of PGC granted to son Rezin part of Plummers Pleasure 56 acres and houses to Rezin Beall; if no heirs, to son Thomas. 
On 29 Mar 1765 Wm Beall Jr granted to son Thomas of Prince Georges County Batchelors Choice on East Paint Branch of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac River (41 1/2 acres), also Batchelors Content 120 acres.  30 Mar 1770 Wm Beall Jr to son Nathaniel 150 acres of Flag Bottom. 
14 Jan 1778 Rezin to Basil for £150 part of Plummers Pleasure; wife Amelia waived dower. (PGLO CC2:486)
16 Jan 1778 William to son Basil 183 acres Loving Acquaintance and 135 acres Plummers Pleasure. (PGLO CC2:417) 
William Jr's children are listed by Heterick 
Note: Sources from Maryland Beall Database are heavily abbreviated. Over time these will be "de-abbreviated" to be made more useful!
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On 25 Jun 2017 at 18:07 GMT Steven Beall wrote:
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