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Beall Cemetery
Layhill, Montgomery County, Maryland

Lat: 39° 05' 16"N, Lon: 77° 03' 41"W

Contributed by Juan Bofill, Mar 05, 2006, last edited Aug 10, 2007 [juanster@terpalum.umd.edu]. Total records = 10.

From LayHill Road and Bel Pre road (Bel Pre only goes in one direction. The road becomes Bonifant Road on the other side of Layhill Rd) you would take Bel Pre Road west until you come to Beaverwood Lane. Turn left on Beaverwood. Make a right turn on Beechvue Lane. The cemetery is on the left side of the road. I think it was between the 4th and 5th house in a clump of trees.

Beall Cemetary is a small family cemetery located in the Layhill area. Judging from the dates on the markers the last burial took place in 1895. The cemetery is not well maintained.

This is a complete list of all visible and legible headstones which I completed on Mar 05, 2006, when I visited the cemetery.

- Juan Bofill

Beall, Eliza, b. Oct 8, 1802, d. Mar 1877, s/w Nancy Beall
Beall, Elizabeth A., b. Jan 2, 1831, d. Sep 27, 1893
Beall, I Franklin, b. Dec 15, 1864, d. Dec 21, 1892
Beall, Isaiah F, b. Jan 20 1823?, d. Mar 4, 1867, s/w Mary Jane Bready
Beall, Nancy, b. Jan ??, d. Feb ??, s/w Eliza Beall, difficult to read
Beall, Thomas W., b. Aug 8, 1859, d. Sep 6, 1867
Bready, Mary Jane Beall, b. Apr 1, 1829, d. Oct 12, 1869, s/w Isaiah F Beall, w/o Charles Bready
Champayne, Ell Maria, b. Feb 27, 1825, d. Feb 21 1873, w/o John R
Rannie, Isabella, d. Feb 1895, age: 84 years, a native of Scotland
Rannie, James, d. Oct 8, 1878, age: 65 years, a native of Scotland
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