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A biographical history of eminent and self-made men of the state of Indiana : with many portrait-illustrations on steel, engraved expressly for this work (Volume 2)

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A biographical history of eminent and self-made men of the state of Indiana : with many portrait-illustrations on steel, engraved expressly for this work (Volume 2)

A biographical history of eminent and self-made men of the state of Indiana : with many portrait-illustrations on steel, engraved expressly for this work (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

A biographical history of eminent and self-made men of the state of Indiana : with many portrait-illustrations on steel, engraved expressly for this work (Volume 2)

A biographical history of eminent and self-made men of the state of Indiana : with many portrait-illustrations on steel, engraved expressly for this work (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

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Ball, William C 8 1


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Ball, William C 8 I Bannister, Samnel N 7 3


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27, 1846. His father, William James Ball, was an old resident of Vigo County, and for a long time actively


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llic Richmond and l.ogansporl Railroad. Mr. Ball's mother, whose maiden name was Julia Sterritt Creighton, was a native of Chillicothe,


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September, 1859, he married Miss Mary J. Ball, the eldest daughter of Owen Ball, Esq., one of Lafayette's oldest and


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Ball, the eldest daughter of Owen Ball, Esq., one of Lafayette's oldest and most valued citizens. Colonel Williams is an


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eldest daughter of the vener21)le James Ball, Esq., of Lafayette, Indiana, he was united in marri.age to that lady on