Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

Christopher Beall

Male 1753 - 1831  (78 years)


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  • Name Christopher Beall 
    Born 1753 
    Gender Male 
    Died 17 Jul 1831  Anne Arundel County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I060429  Tree1
    Last Modified 19 Mar 2019 

    Family Anne Brooke,   b. Bef 1764, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 11 Jan 1780  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 19 Mar 2019 
    Family ID F29345  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • MD 400, pg 97
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      REPORT FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR IN RELATION TO THE PENSION ESTABLISHMENT OF THE UNITED STATES 1835
      COPIED AND INDEXED BY WILLIAM R. NAVEY, HOLLY RIDGE, NC 28445-0251

      CHRISTOPHER BEALL
      ANN ANRUNDEL COUNTY
      PRIVATE
      MARYLAND LINE
      $96.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
      $1,276.00 AMOUNT RECEIVED
      MAY 14, 1819 PENSION STARTED
      AGE 79
      TRANSFERRED TO DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
      FEBRUARY 19, 1823
      TRANSFERRED FROM DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
      DIED AUGUST 20, 1831
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      MARYLAND PRISONERS ON LONG ISLAND
      List of Her Soldiers Captured by the British in August, 1776.
      From The Baltimore Sun.
      Lists containing the names of thirty Maryland soldiers who were taken prisoners in the Battle of Long Island Aug. 27, 1776, are carefully treasured by Mr. William Ridgely Griffith, Chairman of the Maryland Committee which is preparing to dedicate, in Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug, 27, the monument to the men who saved the American Army in that battle.
      These lists are copies of papers which were recently discovered in the land office at Annapolis. They read as follows:

      Payroll for prisoners taken on Long Island from 27th August to the 10th December, 1776:
      Sergt. Thomas McKee 10: 6: 0
      Sergt. Daniel Dwigins 10: 6: 0
      Corp. Samuel Durgins 9: 8:10
      William Lock 8:11: 8
      John McLaine 8:11: 8
      Christenberry Cuff 8:11: 8
      William Holme 8:11: 8
      Thomas Cooper 8:11: 8
      John Lowrey 8:11: 8
      Thomas Fisher 8:11: 8
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      90.2: 6

      Annapolis, 14 Feb., 1777.
      I hereby certify that the above-named soldiers belonging to the Company of Maryland Regulars under my command last campaign, and taken prisoners in the action on Long Island on the 27th August last, are returned to Maryland.
      PETER ADAMS.

      Payroll for prisoners taken on Long Island from 27th August to 10th December, 1776:
      Sergt. Alex. Porter 10: 6: 0
      David Gibony 8:11: 8
      Valentine Lynn. 8:11: 8
      Isaac Rue 8:11: 8
      Philip Hern 8:11: 8
      John Good 8:11: 8
      Frederick Myer 8:11: 8
      John Coster 8:11: 8
      Samuel Denny 8; 11 : S
      Basil Holland, corporal 9: 8:10
      Jacob Greenwald 8:11: 8
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      .96: 9:10
      I hereby certify that the above-named soldiers, belonging to the Company of Maryland Regulars under my command last campaign, and taken Prisoners in the action on Long Island of the 27th August, are returned to Maryland.
      BENJAMIN FORD

      Payroll for prisoners taken on Long Island from 27th August to 10th December, 1776:
      Zachariah Gray, corporal 9: 8:10
      Zachariah 8:11: 8
      Phillip Wellen 8:11: 8
      Daniel M. Kay 8:11: 8
      Joseph Beary 8:11: 8
      William Backer 8:11: 8
      Christopher Beall 8:11: 8
      George Nott 8:11: 8
      John Armstrong 8:11: 8
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      78: 2: 2

      Annapolis, 15th February, 1777.
      I hereby certify that the above-named soldiers, belonging to the Company of Maryland Regulars under the command of Capt. Barton Lucas last campaign, and taken prisoners in the action on Long Island of the 27th August last, are returned to Maryland.
      PETER BROWN, Late Ensign of said Company.