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

Anne Fendall Beall

Female 1768 - 1840  (71 years)


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  • Name Anne Fendall Beall 
    Birth 18 Dec 1768  St. John's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Death 7 Sep 1840  Warrenton, Warren County, Georgia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I1774  Tree1
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2024 

    Father Josias Beall,   b. 4 Nov 1725, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 15 Feb 1803, King George's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 77 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Millicent Bradley,   b. 5 Jan 1734, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 21 Apr 1772, King George's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 38 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Marriage 11 Mar 1753  St. John's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F1165  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Arthur Moncrief,   b. Bef 1768   d. Warrenton, Warren County, Georgia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Marriage 23 Jan 1812  Warren County, Georgia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F1170  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2024 

  • Notes 
    • Name: Sarah Sharpless
      Email: sks374@mac dot com
      Note:
      Georgia Marriages to 1850 (Ancestry.com)
      Name: Anne F. Bealle
      Spouse: Arthur Moncrief
      Marriage Date: 23 Jan 1812
      Marriage Location: Warren County, Georgia

      Warren County, GA, WB 1829-1852, Page 109-111. Will of Mrs. Anne F. Muncrief, w. 3 Jul 1840, Page 7 Sep 1840, rec. 26 Sep 1840:
      To my niece Mary Anne Lockhart, wife of Henry Lockhart, negroes (named), my new carriage and all furniture which I may leave in the hhouse of Doctr. Henry Lockhart, also one pair of silver candlestickes, one silver tray & snuffers and three china flower vases.
      To my niece Anne F. Young wife of Edward Young, five Negroes which are in the possession of the said Edward Young (named) and one half pint Silver cup, one pair silver candlesticks and one Silver punch ladle.
      To my niece Susan M. Billups, wife of John Billups, on sett Silver table Spoons and one Silver pepper castor.
      To my niece Elizabeth B. Billups, wife of Robert Billups, on sett silver Table spoons and one silver pepper caster.
      To my niece Ellen A. Young, wife of William Young, one dozen silver dessert Spoons, one punch ladle and pair sugar tongs.
      To my niece Jane L. Gunby wife of Robert Gunby, one large silver ladle, one dozen silver tea spoons and one salt spoon.
      To the following persons, children of Henry Lockhart & my niece Mary Lockhart to Rowena Malvina Lockhart; to Anne E. Lockhart; to Richard H. Lockhart; to Robert A. Lockhart; to Mary Cornelia Lockhart & Ellen Jane Lockhart, $600 to purchase a Negro.
      My sister Elizabeth Anne Higdon, $400.
      To my niece Susan M. Billups, $1,000.
      To my niece Mary Anne Ely, wife of Charles A. Ely, $300.
      To my niece Jane L. Gunby, $1800.
      To my niece Elizabeth Ellenor Ogilsby, wife of Urban B. Ogilsby, $300.
      My niece Mary Jane Shields, wife of Matthew Shields, $300.
      To Florida Beall, daughter of the late Robert A. Beall, $600.
      Henry Lockhart, Exr.
      Wit: Wm. P. Butt, Eason D. Hudson, Joseph W. Thomas, Chapman F. Maddux.
      [Source: The Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., "Some Georgia County Records, Vol. 1," Southern Historical Press, Greenville, SC, 1st printing 1977, 2nd printing 1994. Page 362.]
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      Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber T No. #1
      1790-1796;
      Folio 340 MARY BEANES 03/27/1792 01i1611794
      "being of sound and disposing mind and memory . with. . the approbation of my husband Beanes
      Bequeaths to:
      1. William Bradley Beanes --son
      -to have all of testatrix's lands being parts or parcels of three tracts of land called "Brookeridge" "Beanes's Landing" and "Hale's Rest as expressed in a deed of conveyance from Colmore Beanes to testatrix-to have w/ reservation
      2, Millicent Beanes--daughter
      -to have the right of living in the chief dwelling house until her marriage and also to have the liberty for employing such slaves as she thinks proper on the lands devised to William
      -should William die w/o heirs, then to have the parcels of land left to him 3. Millicent Beanes --niece (daughter of sister Eleanor Beanes)
      Ann Fendall Beall --niece (daughter of sister Millicent .)
      -should both testatrix's son and daughter die w/out heirs then to have the parcels of land left to son William to be divided equally between them
      Witnesses: Benjamin Beall, Josias Marshall
      Bennet Swain
      Then came; Benjamin Beall and Josias Marshall
      Note: the testatrix signed the will in her own hand
      Then came: William Beanes who stated the will was written with his approbation
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      Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber T No. #1; 1803-1808;
      Folio 527 JOSIAS BEALL, near Piscataway 05/12/1801 01/12/1803
      'being aged and infirm ..."
      Bequeaths to:
      1. Robert August Beall --son
      -to have all of testator's part via tract of land called "Strife" whereon testator now lives with all the adjoining lands called "Sexington Coalpit" and "High Gate" and also
      to have "The Vineyard" and 2 parts and "The Meadow" in Charles County
      -to have the land which testator formerly purchased from George Dixon near Mattawoman with the stock of horse, cattle, sheep, and hogs/
      -to have his choice of one of testator's Negroes
      -to have silver quart tankard, silver pint tankard with testator's name on the bottom gold watch, small sword, silver soup ladle, 6 silver table spoons, 6 silver tea spoons. 1 pair of silver tea tongs, large looking glass in the hall, walnut writing desk, and
      scrutoire thereon, close stool and pot, copper kettle in testator's kitchen and instruments for surveying and plotting land--these being special legacies in consideration of his more particular attention to testator as well as on account of his increasing family--and all the above exclusive of his portion of the rentainder of the personal estate
      -to have the remaining fourth part of testator's printed hooks and many of-testator's books are lent to his sons in Montgomery County
      -Robert, Josias and James all named executors of the will
      2. John Bradley Beall -son
      Ann Fendall Beall --daughter (?)
      Benjamin Bradley Beall --son (?)
      -each to have 1/7th part of the lands in Prince George's. Charles and Montgomery Counties
      -whereas John Bradley Beall has been some years absent and "1 know not whether he be alive or Dead" --if he does not return before the year 1805 then his share to be devised to David Fendall Beall and his sister Ann Elizabeth Beall in equal division
      -Ann to have a 1/2 pint silver cup with her name on the bottom, 1 good leather trunk with a lock and key, 1 good feather bed and furn„ l sixth part of testator's china and tea ware -Benjamin Bradley to have I fourth part of the printed books and it is testator's intention that the books be divided into 4 parts according to value on them, pine hook case that stands in the parlor
      3. Josias Fendall Beall --son
      James Alexander Beall --son
      -to have the remaining part to be divided as conveniently as possible, and should any disputes arise to be settled by some judicious person and testator's son Robert -Josias to have testator's silver mounted hanger, oh pint silver cup, and one fourth of testator's printed books as a special legacy
      -James Alexander to have riding saddle, and bridle a good trunk, Lock and key and one fourth of testator's printed books as a special Legacy
      4. David Fendall Beall
      -should John Bradley Beall not return within the specified time then to divide his part with Ann Beall
      5. Josias Bradley Beall --grandson (son of Robert)
      -to have Negro boy "Benjamin" son of "Margery"
      6. William Marshall Beall --grandson (son of Robert)
      -to have Negro boy "Nathaniel Lewis" son of "Margery"
      7. Robert Augustus Beall --grandson (son of Robert)
      -to have Negro boy "John" son of "Cassy"
      -should any of testaler's grandsons die young, then their Negro to any future chi Id of testator's son Robert and his wife Elizabeth
      8. Susanna Eliza Beall --daughter of Benjamin Bradley Beall
      -to have Negro girl "Harriet Cassandra" daughter of "Milly"
      9. Ann ELizabeth Beall
      -to have I good bed and furn„ being the one on which she usually lays Witnesses; Charles Dement
      John B. Boswell
      William Boswell
      Then came: Charles Dement and John B. Boswell
      Note the testator signed the will in his own hand
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      Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1801-1803; Liber IB-5 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 364.
      At the request of Josias Fendall Beall the following Deed was recorded April 28, 1803
      Indenture made March 15, 1803; Benjamin Bradley Beall of Prince George's County, Maryland in consideration of 5 shillings current money paid by Josias Fendall Beall and James Alexander Beall of Montgomery County, Marylad and Ann Fendall Beall of Prince George's County, Maryland and for divers other good causes and considerations him thereunto moving have sold all his right to tracts of land lying in CC called "Pickley" and "Smallwood's Addition" late the property of Josias Beall deceased. Signed Ben B. Beall in the presence of and acknowledged before William Marshall, Francis Clement Dyer JP's of Prince George's County, Maryland
      Certified by John Read Magruder Jr., Clerk of Prince George's County, Maryland Court on April 5, 1803.
      March 15, 1803; Mary Beall wife of Benjamin Bradley Beall relinquished her right of dower

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      Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller

      CCLR IB7:467
      Letter of Attorney Recorded 13th day of October Anno Domini 1807
      Virginia Loudoun County Sst
      David Fendall Beall and Elizabeth his wife of the State and County Aforesaid
      For Sufficient causes and Valuable considerations them thereunto moving have made ordained constituted and in our Stead and Place put and deputed Robert Augustus Beall of Prince Georges County Maryland as our true and lawful attorney irrevocable for us and in our name to make over and convey by a good and lawful deed of Conveyance unto Josias Fendall Beall of Prince Georges County Maryland James Alexander Beall of Montgomery County and Ann Fendall Beall of Prince Georges County Aforesaid their heirs and Assigns forever all the right title and estate which we the Said David Fendall Beall and Elizabeth his wife holds in and to the lands devised to the said David Fendall Beale by the last Will and Testament of Josias Beall of Prince Georges County aforesaid deceased
      Signed sealed and acknowledged David F Beall
      in presence of Elizabeth Beall
      Edwd McDaniel
      ==
      Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1808-1810; Liber IB-8 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 406.
      At the request of Joshua Mudd the following Deed was recorded February 13, 1810
      Indenture made September 8 1809; Josias Fendall Beall and Ann Fendall Beall of Prince George's County, Maryland and James A. Beall of Montgomery County, Maryland in consideration of $1000 paid by Joshua Mudd of Charles County have sold part of a tract called "Prickly" which Josias Beall late of Prince George's County, Maryland died possessed of. Signed Josias F. Beall, Ann F. Beall, James A. Beall in the presence of and acknowledged before William Marshall, Basil Bowling
      September 8 1809; Eleanor Beall wife of James A. Beall relinquished her right of dower
      Certified by John Read Magruder Jr., Clerk of Prince George's County, Maryland Court.
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      Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1808-1810; Liber IB-8 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 408.
      At the request of Joshua Mudd the following Deed was recorded February 13, 1810
      Indenture made September 30, 1809; John S. Higdon and Ann E. Higdon his wife of Prince George's County, Maryland in consideration of $50 paid by Joshua Mudd has assigned all the right title and interest of them to a part of tract of land called "Prickly" lying in Charles County which Josias Beall late of Prince George's County, Maryland died possessed of. Signed John S. Higdon, Ann E. Higdon in the presence of and acknowledged before William Marshall, Basil Bowling
      September 30, 1809; Ann E. Higdon wife of John S. Higdon relinquished her right of dower
      Certified by John Read Magruder Jr., Clerk of Prince George's County, Maryland Court.
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      Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1808-1810; Liber IB-8 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 409.
      At the request of Joshua Mudd the following Deed was recorded February 13, 1810
      Indenture made September 8 1809; Josias F. Beall and Ann F. Beall of Prince George's County, Maryland and James A. Beall of Montgomery County, Maryland in consideration of $10 paid by Ann E. Higdon wife of John S. Higdon of Prince George's County, Maryland have sold a tract called "Smallwood's Addition" lying in Charles County which Josias Beall late of Prince George's County, Maryland died possessed of. Signed Josias F. Beall, Ann F. Beall, James A. Beall in the presence of and acknowledged before William Marshall, Basil Bowling
      September 8 1809; Eleanor Beall wife of James A. Beall relinquished her right of dower
      Certified by John Read Magruder Jr., Clerk of Prince George's County, Maryland Court.

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