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Ann Elizabeth Rose (wife of Benjamin Franklin Ball), her ancestors and descendants

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East Lansing, Michigan : H.A. Ball, 1982
2 v. : facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Ancestors and related families of Ann Elizabeth Rose Ball. She was born in 1859 at Curryville, Missouri, the daughter of John Allen and Elizabeth Ann Ayres Rose. She married Benjamin Franklin Ball (1859- 1936) in 1886 at Curryville. She died in 1955 at St. Louis, Missouri. John Allen Rose was born in 1829 in Robertson County, Tennessee, the son of Mason Rose (1805-1875) and Nancy Parker Rose (1807-1901). He married Elizabeth Ann Ayres in 1853 at Curryville, Missouri. They had six children, 1854-1867, born in Pike County, Missouri. He died in Pike County in 1875. Elizabeth Ann Ayres was born in 1831 at Spencerburg, Missouri, the daughter of Thomas Jefferson Ayres (1800-1871) and Elizabeth Lewis Ayres (1806-1883). She died in 1887 at Spencerburg, Missouri.

Ancestors include William Rose (1655-after 1724) of Virginia; Matthias Ayres (fl. 1743) of London, England, and Buckingham County, Virginia; Richard Parker (d. 1782) of Henrico and Halifax counties, Virginia; Abraham Lewis (d. 1802) of Loudoun County, Virginia; and Jean Pierre Bondurant (ca. 1680-1735) of Lyons, France, and Virginia.

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