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Elizabeth Ann Duval Beall
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Birth: Jul. 3, 1807
Bardstown
Nelson County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Sep. 2, 1881
Austin
Travis County
Texas, USA

Cause of Death: typhoid fever

d/o William Pope Duval & Nancy Hynes
w/o Samuel Beall - 02 Oct 1833 in KY
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Children:
1. Marcia Beall - b. 1834
2. Duval Beall - b. 07 Oct 1841 in KY
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Note provided by Helen Adair Patton Cawyer on 10 Feb 2014.

I have received confirmation from the Filson Society in Louisville, KY that Elizabeth Ann DuVal Beall was married to Samuel Beall, b. 1803 in Louisville, Jefferson Co, KY. Samuel's father was Norborne Booth Beall, owner of Spring Station plantation in Jefferson County, and KY delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1824 (the family appears on the Washington, DC, census for 1840). I have not been able to confirm Samuel's date of death. This Samuel Beall was the natural son of Norborne Booth Beall, and not to be confused with Samuel Tannehill Beall who is listed as a ward of NBB as of August, 1810.
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Note provided by Helen Adair Patton Cawyer on 08 Feb 2014.

Subsequent research and confirmation from the Filson Society in Louisville, KY, has enabled me to find out that Elizabeth DuVal did marry Samuel Beall. He was born ca. 1803 in Louisville and was the son of Norborne Booth Beall and Ann Pasture Maupin (Beall) who owned the original Spring Station mansion in the Louisville area.

Norborne Beall was also the guardian of Samuel Tannehill Beall, father of General Nelson Rector Beall. This was a confusion due to two boys named Samuel in the same household, but NBB's son went by Samuel Jr. to differentiate himself from Samuel T. Beall.

It was this Samuel Jr. that married Elizabeth DuVal in Bardstown, Oct. 2, 1833. Therefore, this Norborne Booth Beall was also my 3rd great grandfather, something which I had incorrecty believed was Norborne BROOKE Beall (never found info on this name and I believe now it was a family error).
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Note provided by Helen Adair Patton Cawyer on 19 Jul 2011:

My research on Elizabeth DuVal Beall, who was my gr gr grandmother, has led me back to Bardstown, Nelson Co, KY where I found a marriage record for Elizabeth DuVal and Samual Beall in October of 1833 (Ky marriage record info). This correlates with my mother's record also.

I believe that Samuel Beall once had a guardian in Kentucky, one N.B. Beall (Norborne), who may have been an uncle or cousin. This is from early Kentucky court records.

Therefore, I believe that Elizabeth DuVal was not married to Norborne Beall. This is an error according to my research unless otherwise printed on her headstone (which I do not see in the photo.)
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Nahm is a great niece (16 Mar 2013) 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  William Pope Duval (1784 - 1854)
  Nancy Hynes DuVal (1786 - 1841)
 
 Spouse:
  Samuel Beall (1803 - 1847)*
 
 Children:
  Duval Beall (1841 - 1889)*
 
 Siblings:
  Elizabeth Ann Duval Beall (1807 - 1881)
  Burr Harrison DuVal (1809 - 1836)*
  Thomas Howard Duval (1813 - 1880)*
  John Crittenden Duval (1816 - 1897)*
  Mary DuVal Hopkins (1817 - 1911)*
  Marcia Pope DuVal Paschal (1819 - 1865)*
  Florida G. DuVal Howard (1826 - 1909)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Oakwood Cemetery
Austin
Travis County
Texas, USA
Plot: Section 1, Lot 206
 
Created by: Geno-seeker
Record added: Aug 12, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 56973381
Elizabeth Ann <i>Duval</i> Beall
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Elizabeth Ann <i>Duval</i> Beall
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Elizabeth Ann <i>Duval</i> Beall
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- Geno-seeker
 Added: Mar. 18, 2013
Gone but not forgotten...
- Nahm
 Added: Sep. 18, 2011
My beloved great, great, grandmother! Can't believe I actually found your gravesite. May God bless you and rest in peace forever.
- Helen III
 Added: Jul. 19, 2011
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