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The Warriner family of New England origin. : Being a history and genealogy of William Warriner

The Warriner family of New England origin. : Being a history and genealogy of William Warriner

Source : Internet Archive

The Warriner family of New England origin. : Being a history and genealogy of William Warriner

The Warriner family of New England origin. : Being a history and genealogy of William Warriner

Source : Internet Archive

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horn Oct. 18, 1802, married Charles Ball, Oct. 24, 1822, in Springfield.


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Lucy Jane Ball, daughter of Norman and Betsey (Warriner) Ball. Residence (1898) Suffield, Conn. Children: Jofin Worthington Hastings, physician in


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C. Hastings married, 2d, Lucy Jane Ball, daughter of Norman and Betsey (Warriner) Ball. Residence (1898) Suffield, Conn. Children: Jofin


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ist, Alfred Leonard, married, 2d, Norman Ball, son of Eli Ball, of Agawam. Norman Ball died Nov. 30,


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of Springfield, Mass., (6) Lucy Jane Ball, second wife of Joseph C. Hastings, of Suffield, Conn.


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shoemaker in Springfield, unmarried, (2) Cynthia Ball (widow of Wm. Chapman Clark, of Worcester, Mass.) ,* (3) Elizabeth (widow of


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all Hving (1898): (i) Alfred Leonard Ball, shoemaker in Springfield, unmarried, (2) Cynthia Ball (widow of Wm. Chapman Clark, of


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of this wife he married Harriet Ball. Shortly after their marriage he died, Oct. 21, 1860, aged 56. His widow


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married again in 1892 to Lavinia J. Ball. His religious denomination is Christadelphian, his trade that of jeweler.