|Birth: ||Dec. 21, 1855|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Sep. 12, 1940|
North Carolina, USA
Harriett Morgan Clark Beall was born in 1855 even though her tombstone has 1853. She died in Pinehurst, N. C. while visiting her daughter Priscilla McKaig Beall Scofield. She married in Washington, D. C. on Dec. 4, 1884 Louis Erwin Beall, son of Louis Dunn Beall and a desc. of the Maryland Bealls that have roots in American soil since the 1600s.
Harriett M. Beall was a daughter of Samuel Edward & Harriet Mather (Betts) Clark of Troy (NY), New York City and Parkersburg, WV. The Betts were early settlers of NY, founders of Betts Corners, now Lysander, Rensselaer County, New York. Mr. S. E. Clark is a Mayflower desc. from the Cushman line. He was an oil man and died in 1881, before he could see his 2 daugthers safely married and happy (Miss Harriett M. Clark marrying Louis Erwin Beall and Miss Julia Clark marrying Beverly Cole of the Troy NY Newspaper owners).
Louis Erwin and Harriett Beall both played golf and summered in Pinehurst for the season. They were entered in tournaments and enjoyed the events immensely. The Bealls had three children: Priscilla Beall who married Edwin Lewis Scofield, of the Stamford Scofields, Edward Clark Beall of Daphne AL, and Louis Erwin Beall, Jr who drowned in a boating accident. He was a senior at Princeton.
"The Morning Herald Friday, Sept 13, 1940:
Final Rites for Mrs. Hattie Beall
Body to arrive Saturday from Pinehurst
Final rites for Mrs. Hattie Clark Beall aged 80, widow of L. E. Beall who died Wednesday night, September, 11, 1940, at her home in Pinehurst, N. C. will be conducted here Saturday afternoon.
Private burial will be made direct from the train at 3: 20 o’clock in the family plot, Oak Grove Cemetery.
The widow of Louis E. Beall who for a number of years was associated with the late Judge Nathan Ewing in the management of the old Hygeia Ice Company. Mrs. Beall had been living in Pinehurst following the death of her widely known husband, 25 years ago.
She is survived by a son, Ned Beall, in the insurance and real estate business in Alabama, a daughter, Mrs. Priscilla Scofield, of Pinehurst, and two grandchidren, Mr. Beall was a brother of Mrs. Mary Gilmore, of the McClellandtown road. Mrs. Beall was a cousin by marriage of Mrs. W. D. Ghrist, of Uniontown district and Mrs. Rachel Coll, of New England.
Her son, Ned Beall, was with her at the time she passed away.
Mr. Beall built the homestead which later occupied by J. Edgar Hustead. He purchased the seven - acre tract and erected a magnificent home. The Bealls and the Clarks are among the pioneer families in the Uniontown district.
Guy Gilmore is in charge of the funeral arrangements here Saturday afternoon. Rev. H. O. Danelson rector of the Brownsville Episcopal church, will conduct for the final rites."
Samuel Edward Clark (1821 - 1881)
Harriette Mather Betts Clark (1824 - 1906)
Louis Erwin Beall (1848 - 1916)*
Louis Erwin Beall (1885 - 1907)*
Priscilla McKaig Beall Scofield (1887 - 1967)*
Edward Clark Beall (1892 - 1966)*
Caroline M Clark (1848 - 1849)*
Edward Chauncey Clark (1854 - 1855)*
Harriett Morgan Clark Beall (1855 - 1940)
"Harriett Clark Beall
Oak Grove Cemetery
Maintained by: Candee
Originally Created by: PhilKel
Record added: Dec 08, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 62712478
Cynthia Dawn Higgins Page
Added: May. 5, 2014
Harriett Morgan Beall was my great grandmother. May she rest in peace.|
Added: Feb. 21, 2013