On Apr 13 1686 Baronelle, 472 acres, on the Eastern Bank of the Potomac was surveyed for John Beall. 
1699 Indian Ranger
From Feb 6 1699 to May 6 1700 John Beall received pay from the Maryland Assembly for services as Indian Ranger under his father's command. 
Deed of Gift 1706
These references are likely referring to the same event:
Deed of Gift 10 Mar 1706 of a slave from Ninian and Ruth Beall to son John Beall. 
Col. Ninian Beall mentions a son, John, in a Deed of Gift, dated March 4, 1707: "out of mutual affection and love we bear our son, John, one Negro boy." 
He patented The Barrens in that portion of Charles Co. which became Prince George's Co; mentioned in two deeds in 1713 and 1715 as the property of Thomas Truman Greenfield. 
Note: This may be the same land called Baronelle. 
Inheritance 1707 from Brother Thomas
John may have been a carpenter, as his brother Thomas, a carpenter, left him all his working tools in his will written in 1707. 
Jourdan: He died by 21 May 1711, when his brother Charles was Admn. 
F.M.M. Beall: He died sometime in 1710; Charles Beall, Administrator, submitted a valuation report "of the Goods Chattles and Credits" on May 21, 1711. 
Heterick: He died by 15 May 1710, Prince George's Co., when his brother Charles was appointed Administrator. 
On July 21, 1710 in Prince Georges County, William Scott and Henry Thomson appraise property of John Beall, deceased, late of PGC at £26/17/4, of whom negro boy aged six was valued at £7. 
May 21 1711 Charles Beall, brother, Administrator of Good, Chattells & Credits of John Beall, late of PG Co, deceased, submitted report; after all debts paid, value of estate £14/8/9.25d.
Paid wine for ye funeral 1/19; paid Mrs. Elis Clark for sugar, 13/6; paid John Trundle for making ye coffin, £1. 
John was therefore deceased at time of father's death in 1717 and not mentioned in will.
↑ John Beall (B-NIN-3) in Jackson H. Day, Pre-1800 Maryland Beall Database. Code Number identifies individual's ancestor and generation and is essential to identifying person in database. Unpublished Manuscript, Available on Request from Author.
↑ 2.02.12.22.32.42.5 Fielder M.M. Beall, Colonial Families of the United States Descended from the Immigrants . . .; Higginson Book Company, Salem, MA, 1929, pp.48-49.
↑ 3.03.13.23.33.4 Jourdan, Elise Greenup, Early Families of Southern Maryland, Vol. 6, Elise Greenup Jourdan, Westminster, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2007, pp. 134-35
↑ J. Ninian Beall, cited in Jackson H. Day, Pre-1800 Maryland Beall Database. Code Number identifies individual's ancestor and generation and is essential to identifying person in database. Unpublished Manuscript, Available on Request from Author.
↑ 5.05.15.25.35.4 Fielder M. M. Beall, Colonial Families of the United States Descended from the Immigrants...of the Following Names: Bell, Beal, Bale, Beale, Beall. From Data Collected by Lieut-Colonel Fielder M. M. Beall, U. S. Army. Chevy Chase, Maryland, 1929. page 48.
↑ Wilma Ranger, cited by Jackson H. Day, Pre-1800 Maryland Beall Database. Code Number identifies individual's ancestor and generation and is essential to identifying person in database. Unpublished Manuscript, Available on Request from Author.
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Hi Matthew, I believe this John Beall-365 may be a duplicate of Beall-97 John Beall, because: Col. Ninian Beall only had one son named John. Note the death date of 1711 in your notes; this matches Beall-97.
Beall-158 and Beall-79 appear to represent the same person because: Same name, parents, death year/place. The difference in birth date and place can be discussed in the bio section. Better sources/documentation would be helpful.