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Bel-Pre was a tract of land in eastern Aspen Hill, Maryland.


Bel-Pre was (tentative) located to the north and east of "Garter Lost", north of "Hermitage".

Deed References

The 1814 Resurvey may be read from scanned images, in this directory. Please see the file README.

Liber 192, Folio 496

April 25, 1907, transferring from Edward Palmer Rabbitt and wife Lottie Rabbitt to John Rabbitt, Charles Rabbitt, and Clayton Rabbitt.

Parcel 1


1. Beginning for the same at a stone, the beginning of a tract of land called "Garter Lost" and running thence North 10 degrees East, 101.7 perches (1678 feet) to a pile of stones at the end of 23.5 perches (387.75 feet) on the 9th line of said tract

2. Then with the 26th line of "the Resurvey on Part of Hermitage", with 1 degree allowance, South 49.5 degrees East 19.73 perches (325.5 feet) to a stake

3. Then parallel with the first line South 10 degrees West, 86.97 perches (1435 feet) to intersect the sixth line of Lot No.2, second part in the division of lands made by Philander C Riley and others, Commissioners, in a cause in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, sitting as a Court of Equity, wherein John W. Beall and wife are Complainants and Ann E Beall and others are Defendants (#275 Equity)

4. Then with said line South 84.5 degrees West, 17.64 perches (291 feet) to the place of beginning.

Containing 10 acres of land, "more or less", and being part of the land which was conveyed by the said Edward Palmer Rabbitt by Isaac H Beall and Edmund D Beall and wife by deed {April 25, 1907, contemporary of that date and not yet recorded}.