Obituaries - Beall
BEALL, FRANK CHARLES continued
Governor Warfield. Funeral arrangements will not have been completed until after the arrival of the daughters from Baltimore.” [CET 5-25-1925, p. 14]
“Funeral of Frank C. Beall. The funeral of Frank C. Beall, who died at his home, this place, at 12:45 a.m., Thursday, will be held Saturday at 9:30 a.m. at St. John’s Episcopal Church, with Rev. Louis B. Browne, officiating. Mountain Lodge, No. 99, A.F. and A.M. and Antioch Commandery, Knights Templar, will attend the obsequies. Burial will be in the family lot, Percy cemetery.” [CET 5-29-1925, p. ?]
He is listed as the chaplain of BPOE in the Sketch (1912, p. 18). He sold a house to his father-in-law as noted in Thomas and Williams, v. II, p. 490-491. He was the owner of a hardware store on Main Street in the 1850's (FMJ 6-22-1889). Notice of Mr. Beall's death was also located in SJE.
BEALL, GEORGE NELSON
(son of NELSON AND CAROLINE BEALL)
b. January 31, 1867
d. August 12, 1941
a. 74 yrs. 6 ms. 12 dys.
“Prof. George N. Beall. Professor George N. Beall, 74, unmarried son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Beall, pioneer resident of this city, died last night at Miner’s Hospital, where he had been a patient since Saturday. In failing health for sometime, Mr. Beall suffered a stroke.
A violinist, he maintained a studio here for many years. The Beall orchestra, with Mr. Beall as the leader, was for many years, one of the most prominent musical organizations in the county. He was the owner of several rare violins.
Mr. Beall acquired his early education at a school in Indiana, Pa., and his musical education from private instructors.
He was widely known as a sportsman and spent many of his summers at the South Branch of the Potomac with fishing parties. A member of St. John’s Episcopal Church and a charter member of Frostburg Lodge No. 470, B.P.O. Elks, he was held in high esteem in the community, where he contributed much to the cultural life.
The last member of his immediate family, he was a cousin of former State Senator J. Glenn Beall, this city, and was a brother of the late Frank C. Beall, prominent hardware merchant here for many years. With the exception of several years, when he resided at Staunton, Va., where he was connected with an iron foundry owned by his father, he spent practically all his life in Frostburg. The body is at Hafer’s Funeral Home, where friends and relatives will be received.” [CET 8-13-1941, p.11]
“George N. Beall Rites. Rites for George N. Beall, musician, who died Tuesday at Miner's Hospital, were held yesterday at Hafer's Funeral Home, with Rev. Lewis R. Browne, rector of St. John’s Episcopal Church, officiating. The ritual of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks was read by Upton B.F. Edwards, Thomas G. Davis, Richard Holben, Joseph Lyons, George Stern, Dr. Albert C. Cook and George G. Jeffries. The pallbearers were Thomas W. Price, William Jeffries, Dr. Albert C. Cook, J.W. Cornish, Richard Hohing and Thomas G. Davis. Interment was in the family lot in Percy cemetery.” [CET 8-15-1941, p.11]
Mr. Beall was director of the Mountain City Orchestra, according to the Sketch (1912, p. 14), and is pictured with the Mountain City String Quartette on the same page.
(daughter of RICHARD AND SUSAN BEALL)
There is only a footstone for Mary in the cemetery, located near the graves of her brothers and sisters.
b. November 30, 1814
d. February 13, 1886,
a. 71 yrs. 2 ms. 13 dys.
“Married. On Wednesday, Sept. 25th at the residence of Prof. J.L.Wright, near Greensboro, N.C., by the Rev. J.L. Ried, D.D., Nelson Beall, Esq. of Frostburg, Md., and Miss Annie Hill, of Texas, formerly of Charleston, S.C.” [FMJ 10-12-1872]
“Death of Capt. Beall—-Capt. Nelson Beall, of this place, died 8 o’clock Saturday evening, Feb. 13, 1886, in the 72nd year of his age, at his winter home, Winter Park, Florida. His remains reached Frostburg Wednesday afternoon last and were interred in the old cemetery Thursday afternoon. A friend of Mr. Beall will furnish further particulars next week.” [FMJ 2-20-1886]
“A brief notice last week informed our readers of the death on the 13th inst., at Winter Park, Florida, of Capt. Nelson Beall, of this place. The details of the sad event go to show that his end was peaceful and painless. He had for years suffered with a digestive trouble. As age came on this grew worse and his suffering more constant and acute. Through all the long ordeal, however, he never feared death, and during his last hours he spoke of the coming change with perfect composure and resignation.
Anthony E. Crosby and Michael R. Olson
28 x 22 cms
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