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William Ballew, his ancestors and descendants

by Violet Ann Ballew Walton
Books/Monographs
English
Woods Cross, Utah : V.A.B. Walton, c1972
lx, 489 p. : ill., col. coats of arms, maps, ports.

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Bibliography chiefly interspersed, with part of bibliography on p. 447- 449.

Includes index.

Includes Boxley, King, Larson, Owen, Pugh, Woods and related families.

Rice Meredith Ballou (ca.1706-ca.1780) and his brother, Bennett, were probably sons or direct descendants of Jean Belloe, a French Huguenot who immigrated from France to Virginia. Leonard Ballou (b.ca.1735), a son of Rice Meredith Ballou, married Esther Bolieu (a cousin) and settled in Botetourt County, Virginia, later moving to Bedford County, Virginia; he died during the Revolutionary War, and his estate was appraised and settled in 1783. Descendants (chiefly spelling the surname Ballew or Ballou) lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas, Texas, California and elsewhere. Some descendants became Mormons and lived in California, Utah and elsewhere. Includes Wingfield ancestry in England.

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