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North Carolina Ballards revised

Lynne D. Miller
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Lincolnton, North Carolina : L.D. Miller, 1998
241 leaves

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Photocopy of original, 2000.

John Ballard was born ca. 1639 in Bitton, England, and immigrated to Nansemond County, Virginia, in 1659 as an indentured servant. His sons John, Ralph, and Joseph migrated to North Carolina. Includes other Ballard families of unknown relationship who lived in North Carolina.

Includes index.

Includes Abernathy, Alexander, Bacon, Ballard, Barrett, Carothers, Carr, Fisher, Hearn, Keever, McNabb, Mundy, Oliphant, Porter, Pritchard, Ridenour, Sampler, Sharp, Taliaferro, Welch, Wells, Wilson, Wood and related families.

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