Beals Family CrestThe English surname Beals has two possible origins. The first is from the Norman-French 11th century nickname for a handsome man or an attractive woman. Introduced into England after the famous Conquest of the country in 1066, it derives from the French words
bel or beal meaning fair or beautiful. The second possible origin which applies more in the North Country is locational, and from either of the two places called Beal in the counties of Northumberland and West Yorkshire. The former is first recorded as Behil, and means bee-hill, from the pre 7th Century “beo-hyll.” The first recorded spelling of the family name is in 1206 when Thomas Bele. was recoded in the Curia Rolls charters in  Essex. 

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