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Commemorative biographical record of prominent and representative men of Indianapolis and vicinity, containing biographical sketches of business and professional men and of many of the early settled families

Commemorative biographical record of prominent and representative men of Indianapolis and vicinity, containing biographical sketches of business and professional men and of many of the early settled families

Source : Internet Archive

Commemorative biographical record of prominent and representative men of Indianapolis and vicinity, containing biographical sketches of business and professional men and of many of the early settled families

Commemorative biographical record of prominent and representative men of Indianapolis and vicinity, containing biographical sketches of business and professional men and of many of the early settled families

Source : Internet Archive

Results : BALL


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Ball, Robert M [097


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Ball, Lucius I.. M. II 113


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Ball, Claude C 822


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LUCIUS LORENZO BALL, M. D., has been engaged in the general practice of medicine at Muncie,


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Mr. Ball purchased his father's farm and the young couple settled there, remaining two years.


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that he has not Lucius Lorenzo Ball, a representative of interested himself in public matters or office, the eighth generation


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en- land and Virginia Balls, William Ball, of gaged with his brother, William C. Pall, in Wiltshire, England. This William


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came to America, and Dr. Lucius L. Ball is a one preceding there gained their literary descendant in the ninth


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years when it was dissolved. Mr. Ball then patronage, and is chief physician for the purchased a small fruit farm,


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war he wrote to Deacon David Ball, recommending a former officer in the army to his friendship, and addressed him


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There were many descendants of Edward Ball, of Connecticut, in Xew Jersey at the time, and more than thirty of


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to the father of the William Ball (of Wiltshire) whose six sons came to America in 1635, and indicate that


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General Washington, whose mother was Mary Ball.


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Edward Ball, the father of this family, was in 1666 a member of the church


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until sold by his great-grandson, Joseph Hadden Ball, in 1849. He was twice married, first to Hannah Harrison, who died


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1 III) Thomas Ball, son of Edward, burn in 1087-88, died Dec. 18, 1744. About 1710


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the six acres assigned to Edward Ball lie between Broad and Washington streets, being now worth millions of dollars. The


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(V) Jonathan Ball was horn in New Jersey, about 1759 or 1761, and married Sarah Stiles.


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(IV) Moses Ball, born about 1735. died about 1775. His home was in Springfield, X. J.


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near South Orange, X. J. Mrs. Ball married Eor her third husband Timothy Peck, and died Dec. 23. 1790. aged


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was the grandfather of Dr. Lucius L. Ball, of Muncie, Indiana.


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of the land, and when Lucius S. Ball followed in conjunction with school teaching.


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eighty-two near Buffalo. X. Y. Mr. Ball was a large years, in February, 1895.


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married Mary Ball, sister of Joseph Ball, who was the wealthiest man then living in Pennsylvania.


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upation of farming. He married Mary Ball, sister of Joseph Ball, who was the wealthiest man then living in Pennsylvania.


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hern March 31, [810, married Maria Ball, in Fayette county, Ind.. and had nine children, all yet living, William, J.


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time he married, in Kentucky, Margaret Ball, daughter of James Ball, who is mentioned below. Mrs. King died in 1880,


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he entered the shop of James Ball, and there by close attention to business soon learned the blacksmith's trade. About


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below , Elizabeth, who married William Ball, William, Ann. who married ( .eorge Spraker , and Samuel T., who settled


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During his young manhood Mr. Ball married, in New Jersey, Rachel Calver, who was born in that State, and


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daughter Edith, the wife of Clinton Ball. Mrs. Harris passed away some years ago in Williamsburg. Feb. 5, 181)7.


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of a century, his grandfather. Samuel Ball, Inning come hither from Ohio in 1834. He is of old Virginia stock,


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stock, being a great-grandson of James Ball, who was born in Virginia, Sept. 5, 1777, and settled in Perry county,


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found in the sketch of Robert Mansfield Ball.


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George Ball, lather of Claude C. Ball, was born in Monroe township, Delaware unity, and grew to manhood among


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George M. Ball, lather of Claude C. Ball, was born in Monroe township, Delaware unity,


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the nership was dissolved, when Mr. Ball continued alone. He has been at his presenl location since that time, and


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a grandson of Thomas and Mary 1 Ball) Brown and John and Barbara (Evans) John. He i


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in Monroe township. Idis father, Samuel Ball, was one of the organizers of that township, where he had settled in


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county, Ohio, whither his father. James Ball, had migrated from Virginia, where the family has been prominent from Colonial days.


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James Ball, the grandfather of Robert Mansfield Ball, and the earliest of his ancestors of


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river. He bad a brother, John Ball, born in 1773. After the death of his father, which occurred in Virginia,


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Samuel Ball was married, in Delaware county, Ind., to Rebecca Mansfield, who also belonged to


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were held at first in Mr. Ball's home, later in the school house, and he assisted in the erection of


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seventh child of James and Anna Ball, was born Thursdav, March n,


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James Ball, the grandfather of Robert Mansfield Ball, and the earliest of his ancestors of whom he has positive knowledge,


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Monroe township with that of Samuel Ball in [840. Several members of the Mansfield family were pioneers of that township,


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On Nov. 27, 1878, Mr. Ball was married, in Delaware count}', to Ida Alice Pell, who was born Sept.


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Robert Mansfield Ball was brought up on the farm, and received the usual district school


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Ind., daughter of Andrew and Matilda Ball. She died in February, 1873.


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her husband, she married (second) William Ball, by whom she had one son. Christian E. married Maggie Tyrrell, and they


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were: Susan, who married a Mr. Ball, and went to Missouri and lived near Independence until her death, and Airs.


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the Revolution. Thomas Brown married Mary Ball, daughter of William and Mary Ball, the former of whom was a bi


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was a bi of Col. Joseph Ball, General Washington's grandfather.