Person:Alexander Beall (2)

m. 21 May 1646
  1. William Beal (Bell)1647 - 1731
  2. Alexander Beall1649 - 1744
  3. James Beall, , Senior1652 - 1725
  4. Andrew (Andro) Beal (Bell)1655 - 1742
  5. Robert ? Beal (Bell)Aft 1655 - Aft 1755
m. 1680
m. 1685
  1. William Beall1683 - 1756
  2. Ruth Beall1686 - 1719
  3. Ninian Beall1686 - 1771
  4. John Beall1688 - Aft 1742
  5. Mary Beall1694 - 1716
  6. James Beall, Jr1698 - 1733
  7. William BeallAbt 1700 - 1769
m. Abt 1708
Facts and Events
Name Alexander Beall
Gender Male
Birth? 11 Oct 1649 St. Andrews, Fife County, Scotland
Baptism? 11 Oct 1649 St Andrews, Fifeshire, Scotland
Marriage 1680 to Elizabeth DICK
Marriage 1685 , , Maryland, USAto Elizabeth (Hepburn) COOMBS
Alt Marriage 1687 to Elizabeth (Hepburn) COOMBS
Marriage Abt 1708 , Prince Georges, Maryland, USAto Elizabeth BUCKERFIELD
Property? 1716 , Montgomery, Maryland, USA648 acres
Occupation? Magistrate
Property[1] , Prince Georges, Maryland, USA920 acres
Probate[2] 6 Sep 1744 , Prince Georges, Maryland, USA
Death? 16 Sep 1744 Largo, Prince George's, Maryland, United States
Burial? Maryland, United States

ALEXANDER BEALL was born in St. Andrews, Fife County, Scotland.

Alexander was christened in St. Andrew's Church, Edinburgh, Scotland on October 11, 1649.

Alexander married ELIZABETH COOMBES in 1684 in Scotland.

Alexanders will was probated on September 6, 1744, Prince Georges County, Maryland. He mentions in his will brother Robert, sons William and Ninia, children of son John deceased; children of son James, deceased; son-in-law, John Jackson and Mrs. Lingen Wilson.

Alexander's brother, Robert did not have the same father and mother as did Alexander. It has been surmised that Robert was a Scotch foster brother.

Alexander and other county officials signed on July 30, 1695, a congratulatory address to King William, felicitating him upon his escape from assassination. This address was headed "Civil Officers and Magistrates of Prince Georges County."

Alexander owned Friendship Enlarged. It extended from present day Washington City to the Burnet Mills, on Sligo Creek. It contained 920 acres. (Source: Book of Montgomery Early Patents)

Alexander bought 648 acres of land in Montgomery County, Maryland in 1716.

Alexander Beall with other county officials signed 30 Jul 1695, a congratulatory address to King William, on his escape from assassination. This address was headed "Civil Officers and Magistrates of Prince Georges County."

  1. Property named Friendship Enlarges. It wxtended from (now) Washington City to the Burnt Mills, on Sligo Creek which totals 920 acres. From Book of Montgomery Early Papents.
  2. He mentioned in his will a brother Robert, sons William & Ninian, children of son John (deceased), children of James (deceased) son-in-law, John Jackson & Mrs Lingen Wilson.