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 Isabella H. <I>Frey</I> Beall

Isabella H. Frey Beall

Birth
Somerset County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death 30 Apr 1875 (aged 50–51)
Uniontown, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial Uniontown, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, USA
Memorial ID 62712588 · View Source
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Isabella H. Frey was born in Somerset County, PA in 1824. Her parents were John "Frye"/Frey, Esq. of Somerset County, PA and Anne, "Ann" Coddington Frey of Selbysport, Md which is now part of Garrett County, MD. The Coddington family were pioneers, brothers who fought in the Rev. War. Isabella Frey's uncle was Dr. William Frey who married Anne Coddington's sister, Charlotte. Frey brothers married Coddington sisters. The Frey line goes all the way back to Tobias Frey (1684-1748) the immigrant ancestor.

Isabella Frey married Louis Dunn Beall before 1848. Since her father died very young (33 years old), Isabella and her brother, Samuel Kimble Frey and her sister Mary Ann Frey Neely (wife of William R. Neely), were written up in the orphans court of Somerset, PA.
Louis Dunn and Isabella Frey Beall had the following children:
Mary Beall Gilmore
Lillie Bell Beall Vance
Clarence Huber Beall who is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Uniontown, PA.
Louis Erwin Beall who is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery also.

Isabella Frey Beall's will was in the family papers. It states:
I, Isabella H. Beall of Uniontown Fayette County, Pennsylvania being of sound mind and body do make publish and declare this my last will and testament as follows, viz First I direct that all my debts be paid by my Executor as soon as conveniently can be done after my decease, Second- I give and bequeath my stock in the National Bank of Fayette County, at Uniontown to my daughter, Lilly B. Lyons in trust for her sole and separate use. Third I give and bequeath my stock in the Dollar Savings Bank of Uniontown to Dr. Frederick C. Robinson in trust to hold the same for the sole and separate use of Elizabeth S. Beall wife of my son, Clarence and of her daughter Kate S. Beall, the dividends, profits or proceeds arising from said stock to be paid to the said Elizabeth S. Beall during her life and after her death to the said Kate. The property in this stock is to be vested absolutely in Kate S. Beall for her sole and separate use upon the death of her mother but it is to remain in the hands of the trustee above named until she arrives at the age of twenty years when it shall be delivered to her as aforesaid, Fourth, I give and bequeath to the Congregation of the Methodist Episcopal Church for repairing the present church edifice or building a new one as they may deem most advisable. Fifth, I give and devise the west half of the lot of ground on which is erected the double brick dwelling house occupied by my son, Clarence and myself fronting on Main Street about nineteen feet and running feet and running back of equal width to Peter Sheet to Dr. Frederick C. Robinson and his heirs in trust for the sole and separate uses of my daughters, Lilly B. Lyons and Mary S, Beall share and share alike as tenants in common the whole of the rent issues and profits thereof to go to the said Mary S. Beall until she marries or arrives at the age of twenty one years after which the same to be equally divided between Lilly and Mary, but should either of them die without children then the share of the one dying shall rest in and be distributed among my survivorship to such as shall outlive the others. Sixth, I give and devise to my sons, Louis E. Beall and Clarence H. Beall their heirs and assigns forever as tenants in common, the residue of my said lot of ground situate in the Borough of Uniontown bounded by the said portions devised to my daughters Mrs. Lyons and Mary S. Beall by lot of E. A. Lingo, by the Siston Alley and by Peter Street together with the buildings and appurtenances. The said Clarence and Louis are to pay to my daughter Mary the rent of the same which is now payable to me until she arrives at the age of twenty-one years or marries, in either of which the said rent is to cease and the said lot to belong to the said Clarence and Louis absolutely.
Seventh, all of the residue of my estate not heretofore disposed of I give, devise, and bequeath to my sons Clarence H, Louis E. and my daughters, Lilly B. Lyons and Mary S. Beall to share and share alike as tenants in common. I hearby nominate and appoint my friend Charles S. Seaton, Executor of this my last Will and testament, in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 9th day of March 1875.
Isabella H. Beall

Signed sealed published and declared by the testatrix Isabella H. Beall as and for her last will and testament in the presence of us who have hereto subscribed our names as witnesses at her request in her presence and in the presence of each. The interlineations between and in, lines four and five and seventeen and eighteen were made before signing.
Edward Campbell
Sam’l K. Frey


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"Isabella H. Beall Died April 30, 1875 aged 51 years."


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  • Maintained by: Candee
  • Originally Created by: PhilKel
  • Added: 8 Dec 2010
  • Find A Grave Memorial 62712588
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Isabella H. Frey Beall (1824–30 Apr 1875), Find A Grave Memorial no. 62712588, citing Oak Grove Cemetery, Uniontown, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, USA ; Maintained by Candee (contributor 47836631) .