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Edward Ball of 1670 : family line

compiled by Edward Graham, 1987 ; copied from original by A. Elden Ball
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Salt Lake City, Utah : A.E. Ball, 1995?]
24 p.

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Edward Ball (ca. 1670-1726) was born in Middlesex County, Virginia. He and his wife, Keziah, were married ca. 1694. They had fourteen children, 1696-1719. He died in Middlesex County. Descendants of his sons, Edward Ball (1701-1742), Daniel Ball (b. 1713), Valentine Ball (ca. 1714-1770), and Benjamin Ball (b. 1719), listed lived in Virginia, Alabama, Texas, Kentucky, Missouri, Illinois, Iowa, and elsewhere. Record chiefly traces some male lines only.

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