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Generation No. 1

1. Alexander1 Bell was born Bet. 1620 - 1628 in St. Andrews, Fife County, Scotland, and died Aft. 1655 in Scotland. He married Margaret Ramsay May 21, 1646 in St Andrews, Fife County, Scotland.

Notes for Alexander Bell:

Marriage to Margaret Ramsay per Parish Register: Marriage registered in parish register of St. Andrews Parochial Parish, St. Andrews, Fife County, Scotland.

Note: It is generally accepted among Beall researchers that Alexander Bell and Margaret Ramsay were the parents of the presumed immigrants, James, Alexander and Robert. However, it should be noted that there is actually no primary evidence in the support of that conjecture, nor is it established that James, Alexander and Robert were immigrants.

Fielder M. M. Beall claimed that the four sons, William, Alexander, James and Andro, born to Alexander and Margaret of St.Andrews, were the same William, Alexander, James and Andrew who immigrated to Calvert County, Maryland. However, the William that Fielder identified as an immigrant in Maryland has since been shown to be a William Delt, not a William Beall, and there is no evidence whatever that the Andrew Beall that Fielder found in Calvert County, Maryland, was a brother of Alexander and James. Andrew did not mention them in his will, nor he in theirs. On the other hand, there is good evidence to support the supposition that Robert was a brother of James and Alexander.

Fielder claimed that since Robert had different parents than James and Alexander, he must have been a Scottish foster brother of James and Alexander. But, of course, there is no evidence that Robert's parents were different than those of James and Alexander.

An alternate--possibly better--view is that the father of James, Alexander and Robert was someone named John. This conjecture is based on Scottish naming convention in which typically the first son is named after the paternal grandfather. It is observed that Alexander, James and Robert each named a son John. James' first born son was John. The order of the births of the sons of Alexander and Robert is not known, but it is possible that the eldest son of each was also named John.

Also, the connection between Ninian Beall, the immigrant, and James, Alexander and Robert has not been established. However, a hand written document (c.1921) by Ruth Beall, granddaughter of Rezin Beall and an early Beall researcher, was found in the Beall file in the Kentucky Room in the Clark County Library. In this document, Ruth says that Ninian Beall had three brothers, [Thomas], John and George. Unfortunately primary documentation in support of this conjecture is lacking due perhaps to the loss of the early records of Calvert County, Maryland. However, It seems possible that James, Alexander and Robert were the sons of John Beall, brother of Ninian Beall.

Notes for Margaret Ramsay:

The spelling of Margaret's maiden name follows the spelling given by Alexander Graham Bell in his book entitled, The Bells of Saint Andrews, based on information supplied by Walter MacLeon, genealogical research worker for Edinburgh (Ref. information contained in, The Brooke Beall family and the Johns family, by Eleonor Mildred Vaughn Cook.)

Children of Alexander Bell and Margaret Ramsay are:

2i.William2 Beall, born 1647.

Notes for William Beall:

Baptism registered in parish register of St. Andrews Parochial Parish, St. Andrews, Fife County, Scotland, August 22, 1647. According to Fielder M. M. Beall, this William Beall immigrated to Marland and married Elizabeth Stallings. However, that hypothesis has been discredited. The William Delt who married Elizabeth Stallings has been shown not to be a Beall. There is no evidence that the William Bell born August 22, 1647 in Scotland ever immigrated to America.

+3ii.Alexander Beall, born 1649 in St Andrews, Fife County, Scotland; died 1743 in Maryland.

+4iii.James Beall, born 1652 in St Andrews, Fife County, Scotland; died 1725.

5iv.Andrew Beall, born 1655 in St. Andrews, Fife County, Scotland.

Notes for Andrew Beall:

Baptism registered in parish register of St. Andrews Parochial Parish, St. Andrews, Fife County, Scotland, March 3, 1655. According to Fielder M. M. Beall, this Andrew immigrated to America. However, there is no evidence that the Andrew that Fielder identified as the immigrant, Andrew, was a brother to Alexander and James of Prince George's County.

+6v.Robert Beall, died Aft. 1751.

Generation No. 2

3. Alexander2 Beall (Alexander1 Bell) was born 1649 in St Andrews, Fife County, Scotland, and died 1743 in Maryland. He married Elizabeth Coombes(?) Bef. 1683. He married Elizabeth Buckerfield Aft 1708

Notes for Alexander Beall:

Assuming that the Alexander Beall of Prince George's County, Maryland, is the son of Alexander Bell of St Andrews, Scotland, his Baptism is registered in parish register of St. Andrews Parochial Parish, St. Andrews, Fife County, Scotland, October 11, 1649. While this seems possible, it has not been established that the two are one and the same.

The first mention of Alexander Beall (Allexander Beale) in the records of Maryland was his name as a witness to the will of Lawrence Rowland in the county of Calvert on December 26, 1694. Alexander was the only one of those signing who could write his name. (Ref. The Brooke Beall family and the Johns family, by Eleonor Mildred Vaughn Cook.) That Alexander was literate may be an indication that he was an imigrant as postulated.

Probate of Alexander's will was on September 05, 1744, at Prince George's County, Maryland. His will is at the Hall of Records in Annapolis (Box, folder 45). It is dated January 1743 (1744 by our calendar). It does not mention his wife indicating that she died prior to 1743. After specific bequeaths, he left the remainder of his estate as follows: 1/5 the children of son, James (deceased), 1/5 to the children of son, John (deceased), 1/5 to son, William, 1/5 to son, Ninian, and 1/5 to son-in-law, John Jackson, the husband of Ruth.

Notes for Elizabeth Coombes/Elizabeth Buckerfield:

It appears that Alexander must have married at least twice. Evidence presented by Donna Russell in "The Maternal Ancestry of Mary Bates, wife of Lingan Wilson of Prince George's County, Maryland," in The American Genealogist, Vol 68-2, pp 72-76, has establish that Alexander was married to Elizabeth Buckerfield-Bates-Beall (daughter of Henry Buckerfield and Elizabeth Parker-Buckerfield-Holdsworth-Hepburn). However, Elizabeth Buckerfield could not possibly have been the mother of Alexander's children because she was married to William Bates in England between 1698 and 1707.

Elizabeth Buckerfield was the mother of Mary Bates, wife of Lingan Willson--who Alexander mentioned in his will. As a result of this mention in Alexander's will, some have speculated that Mary may have been his daughter. However, evidence developed by Russell establishes that Mary was the daughter of William Bates and Elizabeth Buckerfield.

As for Alexander's first wife, there is speculation that she may have been Elizabeth Coombes, as proposed by Fielder M. M. Beall. There is nothing in the primary record to confirm the marriage of Alexander to Elizabeth Coombes, but following that speculation only, Elizabeth Coombes is herein listed as the mother of Alexander's children.

Children of Alexander Beall and Elizabeth Coombes are:

+7i.William3 Beall, born Abt. 1683 in Prince George's County, Maryland; died 1756 in Maryland.

8ii.Ninian Beall, born in Prince George's County, Maryland; died Bet. 1761 - 1764.

+9iii.John Beall, died 1742.

+10iv.James Beall, born in Prince George's Co., Maryland; died 1733.

11v.Ruth Beall, died Aft. 1744. She married John Jackson.

4. James2 Beall (Alexander1 Bell) was born 1652 in St Andrews, Fife County, Scotland, and died 1725. He married Sarah Pearce 1693.

Notes for James Beall:

Baptism registered in parish register of St. Andrews Parochial Parish, St. Andrews, Fife County, Scotland, February 5, 1652. This assumes that James Beall of Prince George's County, Maryland is the son of Alexander Bell of St Andrews, Scotland. While this seems possible, it has not been established.

Children of James Beall and Sarah Pearce are:

12i.John3 Beall, born Bef. 1704.

13ii.Nathaniel Beall, born Abt. 1705.

14iii.James Beall, born 1710.

15iv.Robert Beall, born 1716.

16v.Joseph Beall, born 1719.

17vi.Zephaniah Beall.

18vii.Sarah Beall, born April 1712. She married Regnale Odell.

19viii.Margaret Beall. She married Thomas Odell.

6. Robert2 Beall (Alexander1 Bell) died Aft. 1751.

Notes for Robert Beall:

Robert's Baptism is not listed with those of William, Alexander, James and Andrew. However, in his will, Alexander, gave his wearing apparel to his "brother," Robert, and Alexander's son, James, in a deed to John Beall, the son of Robert Beall, referred to John as the "son of my Uncle Robert," (Prince George's County Deeds, M, f.336) contained in, The Brooke Beall family and the Johns family, by Eleonor Mildred Vaughn Cook.)

Therefore, on the supposition that Alexander Bell and Margaret Ramsay were the parents of Alexander and James of Prince George's County, Maryland, they must have been the parents of Robert also.

Children of Robert Beall are:

20i.John3 Beall.

21ii.James Beall.

Generation No. 3

7. William3 Beall (Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born Abt. 1683 in Prince George's County, Maryland, and died 1756 in Maryland. He married Elizabeth Magruder Abt. 1711 in Maryland, daughter of Samuel Magruder and Sarah Bell.

Notes for William Beall:

On March 30, 1756, William's will was probated (Ref. Frederick County, Md. Wills, Libra 30, folio 71). It named his wife, Elizabeth, sons: Alexander, Richard, and William, and daughters: Margarett Beale (wife of Andrew Beale), Elizabeth Harding (wife of Elias Harding) and Jemima.

He named his wife, Elizabeth, and his son, Alexander, his executrix & executor. He gave to his daughter, Margaret Beale, wife of Andrew Beale, a tract of land called Discontent containing one hundred & ten acres which had been given given to her long ago, but not conveyed. Also, he gave to his son, Richard Beall, part of a Tract of Land called, Fatt Oxen, containing fifty acres which was given many years ago but not conveyed.

To his wife, Elizabeth, he gave the residue of his Estate, but mentioned his desire that she should within two years after his decease, pay unto his Son, William Beall, as much money as was needed to procure him an hundred acres of Land, & after her Decease then the Remainder of the Estate to be equally divided between his Daughters, Jemima Beall, Elizabeth Harding & his son, William Beall.

Children of William Beall and Elizabeth Magruder are:

+22i.Alexander4 Beall, born Abt. 1712 in Upper Marlboro, Prince George, Maryland; died Abt. May 1759 in Frederick County, Maryland.

23ii.Margaret Beall, born Abt. 1722. She married Andrew Beale.

24iii.Richard Beall, born Abt. 1722.

25iv.Jemima Beall, born Abt. 1725; died 1764 in Frederick County, Maryland.

+26v.Elizabeth Beall, born Abt. 1728.

27vi.William Beall, born Abt. 1729.

9. John3 Beall (Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) died 1742. He married Verlinder Magruder.

Children of John Beall and Verlinder Magruder are:

28i.Samuel4 Beall, born 1713 in Calvert County, Maryland; died 1777 in Washington County, Maryland. He married Eleanor Brooke May 23, 1734.

29ii.Josiah Beall, born Abt. 1715.

+30iii.Sarah Beall, born Abt. 1720 in Montgomery County, Maryland.

31iv.Hannah Beall, born Aft. 1732; died Bet. November 1789 - December 1791.

10. James3 Beall (Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born in Prince George's Co., Maryland, and died 1733. He married Mary Edmondson 1718.

Child of James Beall and Mary Edmondson is:

32i.James4 Beall, born 1728; died 1804. He married Mary Elizabeth Edmondson.

Generation No. 4

22. Alexander4 Beall (William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born Abt. 1712 in Upper Marlboro, Prince George, Maryland, and died Abt. May 1759 in Frederick County, Maryland. He married (1) Elizabeth Harding Abt. 1730 in Prince Georges County, Maryland, daughter of John Harding and Elizabeth Williams. He married (2) Sarah Ogle Aft. 1756.

Notes for Alexander Beall:

In 1756/57, (two years before his death), per Frederick County tax list, Captain Alexander Beall, was taxable for:
91 acres, Jovial Ramble
286 acres, Discovery
50 acres, Jacob's cowpen
84 acres, Rubbish
84 acres, Refuse
246 acres, King Cole
259 acres, The forrest

In his will (Probated, May 5th, 1759, Ref. Frederick County, Md. Wills, Liber A No. 1, folio 127), Alexander Beall gave his son, Leonard, the Tract or parcel of land called Fyffe (The Forest). To his daughter, Sarah, the Tract of Land in the occupation of Elizabeth Harding, containing eighty four acres. To his son, William Magruder, the tract of Land called, King Cole, but with the stipulation that if he should die without Lawful Heirs, the Tract of Land was to be sold and the money to be equally divided between his Daughters, Sabrina, Mary and Martha.

To his son, Edward, he gave the Tract of Land called, Joval Ramble, and also one other Tract of Land Called, Jacobs Cowpen, but with the stipulation that if Edward, was to die before he arrive at the age of twenty-one years or have lawful Heirs, that the tracts of Land were to be sold and the money equally divided between his Daughters, Sabrina, Mary and Martha. Also to his son, Edward, all my other Lands that he had any Right, Title or Interest to, except what Lands he had right to by his Wife, Sarah. Also excepted was a Tract of Land that he had sold by a verbal agreement to George Ross.

He also gave each of the following children, William Magruder, Elizabeth, Sarah, Edward, Sabrina, Mary, and Martha, the sum of twenty pounds currency, each to be paid to them as they respectively arrive at Age or marry, but if any of the said Children should die before they arrive at Age or marry, that the respective Sum or Sums of money were to be given to his wife, Sarah.

Finally, he gave his wife, Sarah, all the Remainder of his real and personable estate which he received with her or had any Right, Title of Interest to, by marrying her.

Notes for Elizabeth Harding:

While Fielder M. M. Beall has Sarah Magruder as the first wife of Captain Alexander Beall, and Elizabeth Heterick proposed Sarah Edmonston, Nancy Lesure has since established that his first wife was Elizabeth Harding, daughter of John Harding and wife Elizabeth.

At the time of Alexander's death in 1759, he willed to his daughter Sarah "that tract of land now in the occupation of Elizabeth Harde containing 84 acres. Also, this same Elizabeth Harde in her own will, 1768/1769, made a bequeath to unnamed grandchildren who were "sons and daughters of Alexander Beall and my daughter Elizabeth." (Ref, Nancy Lesure, "Sarah Beall and Lawrence Owen: A Marriage proven by Land Records.)

Elizabeth Harding-Beall was a sister of Elias Harding who married Alexander's sister, Elizabeth Beall-Harding. Her Baptism was October 28, 1713, St Barnabas, Leeland, Queen Annes Parish, of the Episcopal Parishes of Prince George's County Maryland.

Children of Alexander Beall and Elizabeth Harding are:

33i.Sabina5 Beall, born 1731. She married Jeremiah Beall Abt. 1749.

+34ii.Leonard Beall, born 1736 in Montgomery County, Maryland; died 1804 in Clark County, Kentucky.

35iii.Sarah Beall, born 1735. She married Lawrence Owens.

36iv.William Magruder Beall, born 1737.

37v.Mary Beall, born 1739. She married Thomas Edmonston.

38vi.Martha Beall, born 1742. She married Roger Edmonston.

39vii.Edward Beall, born Abt. 1742 in Maryland; died December 30, 1797. He married Rachel Edmonston February 26, 1770.

40viii.Elizabeth Beall, born 1744.

26. Elizabeth4 Beall (William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born Abt. 1728. She married Elias Harding, son of John Harding and Elizabeth Williams.

Children of Elizabeth Beall and Elias Harding are:

41i.Elizabeth5 Harding, born Abt. 1747.

42ii.Walter Harding, born Abt. 1748; died Bef. November 1799.

30. Sarah4 Beall (John3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born Abt. 1720 in Montgomery County, Maryland. She married Zachariah Magruder in Allegaheny County, Maryland, son of Samuel Magruder and Eleanor Wade.

Children of Sarah Beall and Zachariah Magruder are:

43i.Samuel Bruce5 Magruder.

44ii.William Beall Magruder, born Abt. 1737.

+45iii.Eleanor Magruder, born 1733 in Maryland; died Aft. 1789 in Kentucky.

Generation No. 5

34. Leonard5 Beall (Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born 1736 in Montgomery County, Maryland, and died 1804 in Clark County, Kentucky. He married Eleanor Magruder 1759 in Maryland, daughter of Zachariah Magruder and Sarah Beall.

45. Eleanor5 Magruder (Sarah4 Beall, John3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born 1733 in Maryland, and died Aft. 1789 in Kentucky. She married Leonard Beall 1759 in Maryland, son of Alexander Beall and Elizabeth Harding.

Notes for Leonard Beall:

In Captain Alexander Beall's will, April 9, 1759-May 5, 1759, Eldest Son Leonard inherited tract "Forrest" whereon he now lives. Book A1 Page 127, Fredrick County, Maryland. The land he inherited totaled 259 acres.

(He also must have somehow obtained "Refuse," not mentioned specifically in Alexander's will, based on his sale of it in 1763. Alternately, it is possible, as has been speculated, that he sold it on behalf of his younger brother, Edward, who inherited lands "not otherwise devised." Refuse was comprised of 84 acres.)

Known land records involving Leonard Beall in Maryland are as follows:

August 25, 1763, Deed, Leonard Beall to William Thrasher, 84 acre tract called "Refuse" for 3500 lbs of tobacco. Eleanor, wife of Leonard, waived dower. Book H, Page 592, Land Office Fredrick County, MD.

September 22, 1763, Deed, Leonard Beall to Charles Blackmore, 100 acre tract of land called "The Forest." Eleanor, wife of Leonard, waived dower. Book H Page 620, Land Office, Fredrick County, MD

January 21, 1772, Deed of partition of "Forrest" between Andrew Heugh of Frederick County and Leonard Beall, eldest lawful son and devisee of the late Captain Alexander Beall, Book M, Page 632, Land Office, Frederick County MD.

January 22, 1772, Deed Leonard Beall to Elias Harding, part of tract called "Forrest" for 138 lbs. 8 shillings and 9 pence. Eleanor, wife of Leonard, waived dower. Book N, Page 668, Land Office, Frederick County, MD

Note: Montgomery County was created in 1776 from Frederick County, which had been created from parts of Baltimore and Prince George's Counties in 1748. Prince George's had been created from Calvert and Charles counties in 1695. Leonard lived in a portion of Frederick County that became Montgomery County in 1776.

Sometime between 1884 and 1889, however, Leonard and family moved to Fayette County, Virginia (now Clark County Kentucky), where he patented 150 acres about 8 miles east of Winchester, Kentucky, on Stoner Creek.

According to the survey for the land, it was about one mile below the Daniel Boone settlement on the same creek. The land was acquired in the following manner: Three warrants were acquired by a Thomas Jones for his service in the French and Indian war. Jones transferred his warrants to Walter Chiles who filed the entry in 1880 and had the land surveyed in 1884. The survey was then assigned to Leonard Beall, probably in 1888, by Walter Carr, attorney for Walter Chiles for an undisclosed sum. (Leonard first appeared on the Fayette County, Virginia tax list in 1889.) Leonard then took possession of the land and got the grant.

Clark County tax records show that Leonard's son, Richard, acquired 50 of those acres between 1795 and 1797. In the 1795 tax list, Leonard is shown with 150 acres. In 1797, Leonard is shown with only 100 acres and Richard is shown with the remaining 50. Leonard sold the remainder of his 100 acres to William Frame in 1803 (Ref. Kentucky Land and Property Deeds, Book 5, Page 169-170 and Book 5, Pages 255-257).

Also in 1803, Leonard was appointed guardian of Alexander and Tabitha, "infant Orphans of Richard Bell Deceased." per Clark County, Kentucky Order Book 3, Page 237. Richard was a son of Leonard and Eleanor not previously known. (After Leonard died, Margaret, the mother of the children, was appointed guardian in May 1804, per Order Book 3, Page 301.)

Notes for Eleanor Magruder:

In a listing obtained from Daughters of the American Revolution, Eleanor was born in 1733, married Leonard in 1759 and died after 1789. This would indicate that she died in what is now Clark County, Kentucky.

Children of Eleanor Magruder and Leonard Beall are:

+50i.Zachariah Hardin6 Beall, born 1761 in Montgomery County, Maryland; died October 09, 1826 in Scott County, Illinois.

+51ii.Richard Beall, born Abt. 1762.

+52iii.Edward Beall, born 1764 in Montgomery County, Maryland.

+53iv.Rezin Beall, born May 05, 1775; died March 01, 1827 in Kentucky.

Generation No. 6

50. Zachariah Hardin6 Beall (Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born 1761 in Montgomery County, Maryland, and died October 09, 1826 in Scott County, Illinois. He married Nancy Ann Evans May 15, 1794 in Clark Co. Kentucky, daughter of Richard Evans and Mary Mabery.

Notes for Zachariah Hardin Beall:

According to DAR documents, Zachariah H. Beall was a veteran of the Revolutionary War, serving as a Private - 6th Co. under Capt Aaron Harris, Montgomery County, Maryland 1780.

He moved to Kentucky prior to 1789 with his father, his mother and his brothers. He and his wife, Nancy had seven children which he was left to raise alone after she died in 1807. It is said that he lived on Stoner Creek west of Winchester, Near Goshen Church, in Kentucky. This probably refers to the 71 acre farm he bought from James Evans in 1813 and which he sold to James Pace in 1825.

After his children were grown, he moved to Morgan (now Scott) County, Illinois, with two of his younger sons, Richard and Thomas, and probably his youngest daughter, Susannah. He patented [purchased from the government] three parcels of land in Illinois totaling 388 acres. He died a year later on October 9, 1826.

Note: According to DAR, he is buried on the farm in Clark County, Kentucky, that he sold to James Pace in 1825. A record copy of an application for membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution by a descendent of Mary Polly Beall-Flynn, daughter of Zachariah Harding Beall, gave the location of his burial as Scott County, Illinois---which would seem reasonable in view of his acqisition of land in Illinois as noted above. However, a note by the DAR examinor on the application insisted that he was buried on the Pace farm.

Alternately, according to several articles which were reprinted in the CLARK COUNTY CHRONICLES "Conducted and Collaborated by the Clark County Historical Society" beginning May 31, 1923, "The father of the late Leonard Beall, of Kiddville, is also buried in [Bethlehem Church Graveyard]." According to the articles, the graveyard is" situated on a dividing ridge between the Kentucky and Licking Rivers, a short distance south of the church building."

However, this seems unlikely too. He had undoubtedly entered the land in Illinois two or three years earlier and then had to travel to Clark County, Kentucky, in September of 1825 to sell his farm in Kentucky to James Pace. He obviously returned to Illinois since he sold 80 acres of his land in Illinois in June of 1826. It is hard to believe that Zachariah would return from Kentucky sometime before June of 1826 and then again immediately leave his home in Illinois to return to Kentucky prior to his death. Thus it appears likely that he died and was buried somewhere in Scott County, Illinois.

Based on land documents to settle Zachariah Hardin Beall's estate in Morgan Co., IL in Oct 1826, the following heirs were mentioned: Polly Flynn & husband Michael; Leonard Beall; Eleanor Hazlerigg and husband Charles; Richard Beall & wife Jemima Elledge; Susannah Beall; Thomas Beall (who was administrator of estate) & wife Catharine Hunter, and Elizabeth Wheeler & husband Alexander.

In the 1810 census, in Zachariah's household, there were two males less than 10 years of age (Richard and Thomas), one male 10 but less than 16 (Leonard), one male 45 or greater (Zachariah), two females less than 10 (Susannah and Elizabeth), and two females 10 but less than 16 (Polly and Eleanor). Zachariah was not found in the 1820 census, but tax records place him in Clark County, Kentucky, until at least 1824. In 1824, his taxable property was 71 acres of land and 7 horses.

Children of Zachariah Beall and Nancy Evans are:

+54i.Eleanor7 Beall, born March 15, 1795 in Clark County, Kentucky; died August 23, 1838 in Fountain County, Indiana.

+55ii.Leonard Beall, born November 13, 1796 in Clark County, Kentucky; died January 02, 1880 in Clark County, Kentucky.

+56iii.Mary Polly Beall, born September 20, 1797 in Kentucky; died September 1862.

57iv.Elizabeth Beall, born Abt. 1798. She married Alexander Wheeler.

+58v.Thomas Beall, born Abt. 1799 in Clark Co., Kentucky.

+59vi.Richard Beall, born February 03, 1800 in Clark County, Kentucky; died January 17, 1884 in Winterset, Iowa.

60vii.Susannah Beall, born June 05, 1806. She married Ambrose Parsons.

51. Richard6 Beall (Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born Abt. 1762. He married Margaret Abt. 1886.

Notes for Richard Beall:

Richard (along with Zachariah, Edward and Reason/Rezin), was a son of Leonard Beall and Eleanor Magruder. Richard was married to Margaret and had at least two children, Alexander and Tabitha.

This conclusion is based mainly on an 1804 deed transfer listing Margaret as an heir of Leonard plus prior tax records showing that she acqired the land from Richard. In addition, there is the War of 1812 pension affidavit by Leonard Beall (son of Zachariah) in which Leonard (son of Zachariah) stated that he and Alexander were first cousins and that their fathers were brothers.

Clark County tax records show that Richard acquired 50 acres from Leonard sometime between 1795 and 1797. In the 1795 tax list, Leonard is shown with 150 acres. In 1797, Leonard is shown with 100 acres and Richard is shown with the remaining 50.

In the 1799 tax list, Richard can not be found, and in his place Margaret is listed with the 50 acres. By 1805, Leonard also has disappeared from the list, but Margaret still has her 50 acres and if one views the tax list for 1805, it will be noted that the land she had in 1804 was entered by Walter Chiles, surveyed by Walter Chiles and patented by Leonard Bell. Thus it is established that the land she acquired from Richard originally came from Leonard.

It is established also that Richard was the father of Alexander and Tabitha because of the guardianship order giving Leonard guardianship of Alexander and Tabitha because the order speaks of Alexander and Tabitha as the "infant Orphans of Richard Bell Deceased." Ref. Clark County, Kentucky Order Book 3, Page 237.

Note that Rebecca Beall is listed below as a daughter of Richard and Margaret. This has not been confirmed by any primary record. However, she was married in Clark County, Kentucky, and presumably lived there prior to her marriage. However, she could not possibly have been a daughter of Leonard and Eleanor, nor could she have been a daughter of Zachariah, nor Edward, nor Rezin. A search of tax records does not appear to provide any other possibility for her parentage.

Children of Richard Beall and Margaret are:

+61i.Rebecca7 Beall, born May 15, 1787; died October 07, 1859.

62ii.Alexander D. Beall, born May 31, 1795. He married Sarah Davidson, November 1820 in Madison County, Illinois.

63iii.Tabitha D. Beall, born August 27, 1797. She married William E. Elledge, February 22, 1819, in Harrison County, Indiana.

52. Edward6 Beall (Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born 1764 in Montgomery County, Maryland. He married Elizabeth.

Children of Edward Beall and Elizabeth are:

64i.Thompson7 Beall.

65ii.John Beall.

66iii.Jane Beall.

67iv.Eleanor Beall.

53. Rezin6 Beall (Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born May 05, 1775, and died March 01, 1827 in Kentucky. He married Nancy Williams 1797.

Children of Rezin Beall and Nancy Williams are:

68i.Ruth7 Beall, born 1798. She married Elijah Wills 1826.

69ii.Elizabeth Beall, born 1800 in Clark County, Kentucky. She married William Stephenson 1830.

70iii.Otho Beall, born November 03, 1802; died April 06, 1882.

Generation No. 7

54. Eleanor7 Beall (Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born March 15, 1795 in Clark County, Kentucky, and died August 23, 1838 in Fountain County, Indiana. She married Charles Hazlerigg November 03, 1814 in Clark Co., Kentucky.

Children of Eleanor Beall and Charles Hazlerigg are:

+71i.Nancy8 Hazlerigg, born August 28, 1815 in Clark County, Kentucky; died February 12, 1887 in Viola, Linn County Iowa.

72ii.Sarah Hazlerigg, born May 10, 1817.

73iii.Joseph Hazlerigg, born January 25, 1819.

74iv.Richard Hazlerigg, born December 13, 1820; died March 19, 1890. He married Francis Powell Abt. 1860.

75v.Fielding Hazlerigg, born November 17, 1822.

76vi.William Hazlerigg, born November 03, 1824.

+77vii.Susan Hazlerigg, born April 01, 1826 in Clark County, Kentucky; died January 20, 1857 in Fairview, Jones County, Iowa.

+78viii.Mary Hazlerigg, born September 04, 1828 in Fountain County, Indiana; died January 09, 1878 in Praireburg, Linn County, Iowa.

79ix.Charles Hazlerigg, born August 11, 1830.

80x.John Hazlerigg, born August 27, 1832.

81xi.Catherine Hazlerigg, born July 13, 1835.

82xii.Eleanor Hazlerigg, born March 16, 1837.

55. Leonard7 Beall (Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born November 13, 1796 in Clark County, Kentucky, and died January 02, 1880 in Clark County, Kentucky. He married Mary Polly Young October 19, 1819 in Clark Co. Kentucky.

Children of Leonard Beall and Mary Young are:

83i.William Rash8 Beall, born February 09, 1821 in Clark County, Kentucky; died 1903.

84ii.Edward Young Beall, born October 11, 1823 in Kentucky; died 1888.

85iii.Thomas Garrett Beall, born August 13, 1826; died December 1902 in Clark County, Kentucky. He married Margaret McClure 1902.

+86iv.Martin Luther Beall, born May 04, 1830; died December 03, 1896 in Fayette County, Kentucky.

87v.Elizabeth Warren Beall, born March 03, 1833; died March 24, 1852.

88vi.Sarah A. Beall, born December 04, 1837. She married Samuel T. Hadden.

89vii.Ambrose Dudley Beall, born April 04, 1840; died September 19, 1853.

56. Mary Polly7 Beall (Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born September 20, 1797 in Kentucky, and died September 1862. She married Michael Flynn December 16, 1821.

Child of Mary Beall and Michael Flynn is:

90i.Mahlon8 Flynn, born 1835.

58. Thomas7 Beall (Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born Abt. 1799 in Clark Co., Kentucky. He married Catharine Hunter.

Children of Thomas Beall and Catharine Hunter are:

91i.Anna8 Beall, born Abt. 1828.

92ii.Nancy Beall, born Abt. 1835.

59. Richard7 Beall (Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born February 03, 1800 in Clark County, Kentucky, and died January 17, 1884 in Winterset, Iowa. He married Jemima Elledge March 07, 1824 in Morgan Co., Illinois, daughter of Francis Elledge and Charity Boone.

Notes for Richard Beall:

Richard Beall was born February 3, 1800, in Clark County, Kentucky and migrated to Morgan (now Scott) County, Illinois, sometime in the early to mid-1820s, probably with his father, Zachariah, and/or his brother, Thomas.

He married Jemima Elledge in Morgan County, Illinois, on March 7, 1827. Three years later, he sold two pieces of land he had owned less than two years and he and Jemima moved to Pike County where he patented [purchased land from the government for $1.25 an acre] 160 acres of land in section 26 of Griggsville township. Ten years later, in January of 1840, he sold this land for $2,500.00 and, apparently, used the money to buy property in Griggsville to build a public house and tavern.

In the 1850 census, he and his family were living in the public house of which he was the proprietor. He listed his occupation as tavern keeper and net worth at $3,200.00. A number of other people also appear to have been living there on a more or less permanent basis including one of his married daughters, her husband and child, a couple of farmers, a tailor, a carpenter, an attorney with wife and child, and a teacher.

One of the more interesting things about Richard was the number of land transaction in which he was involved. Between 1830 and 1855 in Pike County, Illinois, Richard was involved in at least 20 land transactions, either buying or selling. It appears that he was a farmer until 1840 when he built the public house and tavern. Presumably, after 1840, he rented out his farms. However, he apparently didn't keep it very long. In 1852, according to his obituary, He joined the [Baptist] church in Griggsville, and, presumably, gave up his tavern. About four years later, he moved to Madison County, Iowa, where, also according to the obituary, he was a pillar of the church.

Richard died in 1884 at the age of 84, and is buried in the Winterset, Iowa, cemetery next to his wife, Jemima, with whom he shares a stone.

Notes for Jemima Elledge:

According to Jess Thompson, Jemima was the daughter of Edward (Neddie) Elledge and Malinda Scholl and was named for Daniel Boone's daughter, Jamima.

However, the Edward Elledge who was the son of Francis Elledge and Charity Boone, and married Malinda Scholl appears to have been born in 1791. Since Jemima was born in 1802, that seems highly unlikely, even impossible.

An alternate suggestion is that she was the daughter of Francis Elledge and Charity Boone, in which case she would have been Neddie's brother.

Children of Richard Beall and Jemima Elledge are:

+93i.Charity Ann8 Beall, born Abt. 1825.

94ii.Josea Jane Beall, born 1826.

+95iii.Susannah Beall, born Abt. 1827.

96iv.Rebecca Ellen Beall, born April 27, 1829; died July 24, 1897. She married Gideon McKibben May 25, 1875 in Winterset, Iowa.

97v.Zachariah Beall, born 1832.

98vi.Sarah Beall, born 1835.

+99vii.(John?) Edward Beall, born December 23, 1838 in Griggsville, Pike Co., Illinois; died January 28, 1918 in Alfalfa, Caddo County, Oklahoma.

100viii.Leonard B. Beall, born July 06, 1840; died October 02, 1908 in Alfalfa, Caddo Co., OK..

101ix.Eliza Beall, born 1845.

61. Rebecca7 Beall (Richard6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born May 15, 1787, and died October 07, 1859. She married Boone Elledge June 02, 1809 in Clark County, Kentucky, son of Francis Elledge and Charity Boone.

Children of Rebecca Beall and Boone Elledge are:

102i.Francis8 Elledge, born 1810.

103ii.William Boone Elledge, born 1811.

104iii.Mariah Jane Elledge, born November 14, 1815.

105iv.Benjamin Franklin Elledge, born January 03, 1819.

106v.Joel Leonard Elledge, born Abt. 1821.

107vi.James Holiday Elledge, born February 24, 1823.

108vii.Thomas Patterson Elledge, born April 27, 1825.

109viii.Adam Douglas Elledge, born March 09, 1827.

Generation No. 8

71. Nancy8 Hazlerigg (Eleanor7 Beall, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born August 28, 1815 in Clark County, Kentucky, and died February 12, 1887 in Viola, Linn County Iowa. She married Alexander Rhoten May 20, 1832 in Fountain County, Kentucky.

Children of Nancy Hazlerigg and Alexander Rhoten are:

110i.Thomas9 Rhoten, born July 12, 1833.

111ii.Mary Ellen Rhoten, born May 27, 1837.

112iii.Sarah Ann Rhoten, born June 29, 1839.

113iv.Susan Rhoten, born September 27, 1841.

114v.Melinda Rhoten, born October 14, 1846.

115vi.Emily Jane Rhoten, born August 23, 1848.

116vii.John Henry Rhoten, born March 26, 1851.

117viii.Ruth C. Rhoten, born June 16, 1853.

118ix.Charles William Rhoten, born June 06, 1854.

77. Susan8 Hazlerigg (Eleanor7 Beall, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born April 01, 1826 in Clark County, Kentucky, and died January 20, 1857 in Fairview, Jones County, Iowa. She married Silas Parsons Abt. 1844.

Children of Susan Hazlerigg and Silas Parsons are:

119i.Mary Ellen9 Parsons, born Abt. 1845.

120ii.John A. Parsons, born Abt. 1847.

+121iii.Orlando Parsons, born Abt. 1849.

122iv.Ruth Parsons, born Abt. 1851.

+123v.Charles Parsons, born Abt. 1854.

78. Mary8 Hazlerigg (Eleanor7 Beall, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born September 04, 1828 in Fountain County, Indiana, and died January 09, 1878 in Praireburg, Linn County, Iowa. She married Neeley Parsons March 05, 1848 in Jones County, Iowa.

Children of Mary Hazlerigg and Neeley Parsons are:

124i.Infant9 Parsons, born November 1848.

+125ii.Ann C. Parsons, born March 19, 1850 in Fairview, Jones County, Iowa; died February 18, 1875 in Fairview, Jones County, Iowa.

+126iii.Ella Josephine Parsons, born February 09, 1852 in Jones County, Iowa; died December 23, 1949 in Redlands, San Bernardino County, California.

127iv.Marvin Meeley Parsons, born February 11, 1855.

128v.William Hasa Parsons, born February 11, 1856.

129vi.Joseph M. Parsons, born April 02, 1859.

130vii.Sarah Will Parsons, born August 06, 1860.

131viii.Trueman Ernest Parsons, born January 01, 1862.

132ix.Henry Silas Parsons, born November 13, 1864.

86. Martin Luther8 Beall (Leonard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born May 04, 1830, and died December 03, 1896 in Fayette County, Kentucky. He married Narcissus Neal Bush.

Children of Martin Beall and Narcissus Bush are:

133i.Leonard Nelson9 Beall, born July 14, 1862.

134ii.Edward Bush Beall, born September 14, 1864.

93. Charity Ann8 Beall (Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born Abt. 1825. She married Robert A. Matthews April 08, 1842.

Children of Charity Beall and Robert Matthews are:

135i.Alanzo W9 Matthews, born Abt. 1843.

136ii.Richard T Matthews, born Abt. 1845.

137iii.Nancy L Matthews, born Abt. 1848.

138iv.Austin Matthews, born Abt. 1850.

139v.Clarissa J Matthews, born Abt. 1852.

140vi.Susan A Matthews, born Abt. 1854.

141vii.Mary E. Matthews, born Abt. 1856.

142viii.Julia Matthews, born Abt. 1858.

95. Susannah8 Beall (Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born Abt. 1827. She married Abel D. Hills November 11, 1846 in Pike County, Illinois.

Children of Susannah Beall and Abel Hills are:

143i.Alfred9 Hills, born Abt. 1849.

144ii.Mary I Hills, born Abt. 1851.

145iii.Jemima Hills, born Abt. 1853.

146iv.Charity Ann Hills, born Abt. 1855.

147v.Elizabeth Hills, born Abt. 1856.

148vi.Edward Hills, born Abt. 1858.

149vii.Eliza E. Hills, born Abt. 1860.

99. (John?) Edward8 Beall (Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born December 23, 1838 in Griggsville, Pike Co., Illinois, and died January 28, 1918 in Alfalfa, Caddo County, Oklahoma. He married Hannah Hircock October 18, 1866 in Madison Co., Iowa, daughter of Peter Hircock and Elizabeth Hicks.

Notes for Edward Beall:

Edward was a farmer in Madison County, Iowa, Roosevelt County, New Mexico, and Caddo County, Oklahoma. He served as a private in Co. E, 47th Iowa volunteer infantry during the Civil War. He is buried in the Alfalfa Cemetery, Alfalfa, Oklahoma.

Notes for Hannah Hircock:

Hannah is buried in the Elida, New Mexico, Cemetery.

Children of John Beall and Hannah Hircock are:

+150i.William Edward9 Beall, born August 05, 1867 in Winterset, Madison Co., Iowa; died November 25, 1948 in Carlsbad, New Mexico.

+151ii.Frederick Oliver Beall, born February 01, 1871 in Winterset, Madison Co., Iowa; died June 05, 1940 in Lawton, Oklahoma.

+152iii.Oran Thomas Beall, born October 07, 1875 in Winterset, Iowa; died March 09, 1951 in Woodward, Oklahoma.

+153iv.Clarence Aaron Beall, born September 26, 1880 in Winterset, Madison Co., Iowa; died December 24, 1959 in Olahoma City, Oklahoma.

154v.James Arthur Beall, born October 29, 1884 in Winterset, Madison Co., Iowa; died September 01, 1917 in Kansas.

Generation No. 9

121. Orlando9 Parsons (Susan8 Hazlerigg, Eleanor7 Beall, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born Abt. 1849. He married Mary Ellen Stevens.

Child of Orlando Parsons and Mary Stevens is:

155i.Lena Maude10 Parsons.

123. Charles9 Parsons (Susan8 Hazlerigg, Eleanor7 Beall, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born Abt. 1854. He married Mary Jane Stevens.

Child of Charles Parsons and Mary Stevens is:

156i.Alice Alzora10 Parsons, born August 18, 1877.

125. Ann C.9 Parsons (Mary8 Hazlerigg, Eleanor7 Beall, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born March 19, 1850 in Fairview, Jones County, Iowa, and died February 18, 1875 in Fairview, Jones County, Iowa. She married Henry Franklin Came September 26, 1868.

Children of Ann Parsons and Henry Came are:

157i.Ray D.10 Came, born Abt. 1870.

158ii.Myrtle Came.

126. Ella Josephine9 Parsons (Mary8 Hazlerigg, Eleanor7 Beall, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born February 09, 1852 in Jones County, Iowa, and died December 23, 1949 in Redlands, San Bernardino County, California. She married Salathiel Ary November 19, 1874 in Prarieburg, Linn County, Iowa.

Children of Ella Parsons and Salathiel Ary are:

159i.Winifred Mabel10 Ary, born September 01, 1875.

160ii.Leona Mary Ary, born October 22, 1877.

161iii.Ernest S Ary, born March 07, 1879.

162iv.Charles Leslie Ary, born November 13, 1885.

163v.Ethel J. Ary, born November 09, 1887.

164vi.Benjamin Whitelaw Ary, born June 15, 1892.

150. William Edward9 Beall (Edward8, Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born August 05, 1867 in Winterset, Madison Co., Iowa, and died November 25, 1948 in Carlsbad, New Mexico. He married Clara Alice Huffman December 25, 1888, daughter of John Huffman and Amanda Hoffman.

Children of William Beall and Clara Huffman are:

165i.Lillian10 Beall, born September 1889.

166ii.Edward Beall, born January 1891.

167iii.Frederick Beall, born January 1895.

168iv.Clyde Beall, born October 1895 in Iowa; died 1896 in Iowa.

169v.Roxie Beall, born December 1897.

170vi.Frank Beall, born October 1899.

151. Frederick Oliver9 Beall (Edward8, Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born February 01, 1871 in Winterset, Madison Co., Iowa, and died June 05, 1940 in Lawton, Oklahoma. He married Martha.

Children of Frederick Beall and Martha are:

171i.Bertha10 Beall, born Abt. 1904.

172ii.Edith Beall, born Abt. 1906.

173iii.Opel Beall, born Abt. 1909.

174iv.Arthur Beall, born Abt. 1911.

175v.Mary Beall, born Abt. 1914.

176vi.Blanche Beall, born Abt. 1916.

177vii.Edward Beall, born Abt. 1918.

178viii.Marie Beall, born Abt. 1921.

152. Oran Thomas9 Beall (Edward8, Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born October 07, 1875 in Winterset, Iowa, and died March 09, 1951 in Woodward, Oklahoma. He married Cora Flora Carpenter January 30, 1904 in Iowa, daughter of Philander Carpenter and Matilda Shutt.

Notes for Oran Thomas Beall:

In 1908, Oran and Cora moved to New Mexico with his father and three of his brothers. However, after five years of drought conditions in New Mexico, Oran, his father and brothers moved to Oklahoma. Oran and Cora arrived in Oklahoma in 1913, settling on a farm 2 miles north of Alfalfa, Oklahoma which was purchased from T. J. Warren for $4000.00. Oren and Cora are both buried in the Alfalfa Cemetery.

Children of Oran Beall and Cora Carpenter are:

+179i.Lloyd Thomas10 Beall, born February 10, 1905 in Iowa; died June 16, 1983 in Carnegie, Oklahoma.

+180ii.Vernon Beall, born June 30, 1906 in Elida, New Mexico; died June 22, 1979 in Aromas, California.

181iii.Ethel Beall, born 1907. She married Jim Boyer.

+182iv.Cleo Beall, born 1908.

+183v.Loren Elmer Beall, born February 23, 1914 in Alfalfa, Oklahoma; died August 15, 1983 in San Francisco, California.

+184vi.Oren Beall, born February 23, 1914 in Alfalfa , Oklahoma; died Bef. 1999.

+185vii.Mabel L. Beall, born May 24, 1915 in Alfalfa, Caddo Co., Oklahoma; died December 21, 1974 in Long Beach, California.

153. Clarence Aaron9 Beall (Edward8, Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born September 26, 1880 in Winterset, Madison Co., Iowa, and died December 24, 1959 in Olahoma City, Oklahoma. He married Maude May Ogburn October 25, 1903 in St. Charles, Iowa.

Children of Clarence Beall and Maude Ogburn are:

186i.Ethel10 Beall.

187ii.Lester Beall.

188iii.Ruth Evelyn Beall.

+189iv.Lonnie Richard Beall, born 1905; died 1937 in Alfalfa, Caddo Co., OK..

+190v.Velma Mabel Beall, born 1908.

+191vi.Elvert Albert Beall, born 1909.

+192vii.Hazel Uta Beall, born 1912.

+193viii.Irwin Dale Beall, born 1916.

+194ix.Cecil Chester Beall, born June 30, 1918 in Caddo Co., Oklahoma; died November 27, 1971.

Generation No. 10

179. Lloyd Thomas10 Beall (Oran Thomas9, Edward8, Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born February 10, 1905 in Iowa, and died June 16, 1983 in Carnegie, Oklahoma. He married Alta Bendette Cook June 18, 1927 in Anadarko, Oklahoma, daughter of Fred Cook and Pearl Elliott.

Children of Lloyd Beall and Alta Cook are:

195i.Elmo Darrell11 Beall, born May 13, 1928 in Alfalfa, Oklahoma; died November 06, 1996 in Talahina, Oklahoma..

+196ii.June Estelle Beall, born November 04, 1931 in Alfalfa, Oklahoma.

197iii.Sandra Sue Beall, born August 25, 1940 in Alfalfa, Oklahoma, Caddo Co.; died January 01, 1941 in Alfalfa, Oklahoma, Caddo Co..

+198iv.Clifford Herbert Beall, born February 19, 1942 in Alfalfa, Caddo Co., Oklahoma.

+199v.Esther Marie Beall, born July 02, 1943 in Alfalfa, Oklahoma, Caddo Co..

+200vi.Juanita Pearl Beall, born September 15, 1945 in Alfalfa, Caddo Co., Oklahoma.

180. Vernon10 Beall (Oran Thomas9, Edward8, Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born June 30, 1906 in Elida, New Mexico, and died June 22, 1979 in Aromas, California. He married Delia Beryladean Ticer July 14, 1928 in Anadarko, Oklahoma, daughter of Cleveland Ticer and Alpha Willis.

Children of Vernon Beall and Delia Ticer are:

201i.Beryl11 Beall, born Abt. 1940. He married Shirley.

202ii.Melba Jean Beall, born Abt. 1937. She married Hans San Vantvliet.

+203iii.Rosemary Beall, born February 10, 1948.

182. Cleo10 Beall (Oran Thomas9, Edward8, Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born 1908. He married Ione Stephens.

Child of Cleo Beall and Ione Stephens is:

204i.Dorothy11 Beall, born Abt. 1933.

183. Loren Elmer10 Beall (Oran Thomas9, Edward8, Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born February 23, 1914 in Alfalfa, Oklahoma, and died August 15, 1983 in San Francisco, California. He married Viola Virginia Barney Unknown.

Children of Loren Beall and Viola Barney are:

205i.Sharon11 Beall, born Abt. 1939.

206ii.Elvin Beall, born Abt. 1942.

184. Oren10 Beall (Oran Thomas9, Edward8, Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born February 23, 1914 in Alfalfa , Oklahoma, and died Bef. 1999. He married Naome Alice Caldwell June 25, 1935.

Children of Oren Beall and Naome Caldwell are:

207i.Margo11 Beall, born Abt. 1939.

208ii.Esleta Beall, born Abt. 1941.

209iii.Arthur Oren Beall, born Abt. 1936.

210iv.Gilbert Beall, born Abt. 1946.

185. Mabel L.10 Beall (Oran Thomas9, Edward8, Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born May 24, 1915 in Alfalfa, Caddo Co., Oklahoma, and died December 21, 1974 in Long Beach, California. She married Roy Kidd February 02, 1936 in Oklahoma, son of Leonard Kidd and Bessie Unknown.

Child of Mabel Beall and Roy Kidd is:

+211i.Nancy Elizabeth11 Kidd, born 1953.

189. Lonnie Richard10 Beall (Clarence Aaron9, Edward8, Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born 1905, and died 1937 in Alfalfa, Caddo Co., OK.. He married Lucy B.Pierce December 15, 1923 in Caddo Co., Oklahoma.

Children of Lonnie Beall and Lucy B.Pierce are:

212i.Catherine11 Beall.

213ii.Alene Beall.

214iii.Patsy Ann Beall.

190. Velma Mabel10 Beall (Clarence Aaron9, Edward8, Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born 1908. She married Joe Scott.

Children of Velma Beall and Joe Scott are:

+215i.Leo (Leo)11 Scott, born 1939.

216ii.Ola Scott.

217iii.Leroy Scott.

191. Elvert Albert10 Beall (Clarence Aaron9, Edward8, Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born 1909. He married Cloy Halsted.

Child of Elvert Beall and Cloy Halsted is:

218i.Nonna Jean11 Beall.

192. Hazel Uta10 Beall (Clarence Aaron9, Edward8, Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born 1912. She married Marvin Halsted.

Children of Hazel Beall and Marvin Halsted are:

219i.Fern11 Halsted.

220ii.LaVern Halsted.

193. Irwin Dale10 Beall (Clarence Aaron9, Edward8, Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born 1916. He married Melba Walton.

Children of Irwin Beall and Melba Walton are:

221i.Wanda Jo11 Beall.

222ii.Lonnie Beall.

223iii.Dalene Beall.

194. Cecil Chester10 Beall (Clarence Aaron9, Edward8, Richard7, Zachariah Hardin6, Leonard5, Alexander4, William3, Alexander2, Alexander1 Bell) was born June 30, 1918 in Caddo Co., Oklahoma, and died November 27, 1971. He married Virginia Mildred Cain May 15, 1937.

Children of Cecil Beall and Mildred Cain are:

+224i.Joyce Sue11 Beall, born November 12, 1938.

225ii.Melvin Dennis Beall, born June 24, 1941.

226iii.Cecil Don Beall, born August 14, 1948.

 

 

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