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Encyclopedia of Massachusetts, biographical--genealogical, (Volume 5)

Encyclopedia of Massachusetts, biographical--genealogical, (Volume 5)

Source : Internet Archive

Encyclopedia of Massachusetts, biographical--genealogical, (Volume 5)

Encyclopedia of Massachusetts, biographical--genealogical, (Volume 5)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : BALL


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Abraham Mahan, July 15, 1804, Stephen Ball Mahan, February 24. 1807, Mary Mahan, January 22, 1813, Benjamin Franklin Mahan. By


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James, August i, 1719, married Hannah Ball , Benjamin, mentioned below.


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: Phebe , John, married Sarah Ball , Joseph, of whom further, and Hannah, who became the wife of Samuel


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of Benjamin Ball, son of Jonathan Ball and grandson of Francis Ball. Benjamin Ball was born in West Springfield in


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homestead upon which his greatgrandfather, Benjamin Ball, settled in 1745, and where stands the "great elm tree," an estate now


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the Ball family, descendants of Francis Ball, have lived in the Connecticut River Valley and contributed to the upbuilding of


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also a Ball descendant. Colonel Edwin Heman Ball was one of the men of the sixth American generation who reflected


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BALL, James Rowe, Agriculturist.


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James Rowe Ball, the well-known agriculturist of Holyoke, Massachusetts, was born on the homestead, where


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ENCYCLOPEDIA OF BIOGRAPHY ant Charles Ball, was born at the homestead in Holyoke, August 19, 1809, and died there


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Charles Ball, and his great-great-grandfather, Benjamin Ball, its first owner. Three of these generations were born at the old home


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its owner is deeply attached. Mr. Ball, now an octogenarian, has never known another home nor did his father nor


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(VII) Francis Wayland Ball, son of Colonel Edwin Heman Ball and his second wife, Eurydice (Ely)


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BALL, Francis Wayland, Successful Bnsines* Man.


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Susan (White) Wilbur. Mr. and Mrs. Ball have three children: i. Francis Wayland, Jr., born January i, 1868, now a


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came under the ownership of Mr. Ball. He laid it out in streets and residence lots, erected appropriate residences which


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married Margaret, a daughter of Samuel Ball, who bore him sons and daughters, ineluding a son, Jonathan (2) Smith, born


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in the Boston Artillery Company. Samuel Ball was a deputy to the General Court. The second wife of Moses Paine


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born February 8, 1820, married Charles A. Ball, of Winchester, William R., mentioned below , Betsey M. (VII) William R.


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president and treasurer of the Lynn Base Ball Club, ex-treasurer of the Chamber of Commerce, for sixteen years was treasurer