Flint Hill I is the old family home of a branch of the Beall family, a prominent family in Montgomery Co., MD in the 18th and 19th centuries. It is believed that Edward Beall and his bride Rachel Edmonston Beall moved to this property in about 1770 and built the log part of the Flint Hill I homestead. Eden Beall, a son of Edward and Rachel, passed it to his son Charles W. C. Beall in 1862. It was sold to Granville Stabler in 1878 and subsequently changed ownership many times. The house was demolished in 1995, and state of Maryland judged that historic preservation was not required. The area has subsequently been developed.
See a discussion of this property in the following document through the state of Maryland.
The Flint Hill homestead contains burials of members of the Beall family, including Eden Beall and his wife Priscilla Perry Beall.
- Added: 3 Jan 2017
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #2631429
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