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History of Addison county Vermont, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers (1886)

History of Addison county Vermont, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers (1886)

Source : Internet Archive

History of Addison county Vermont, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers (1886)

History of Addison county Vermont, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers (1886)

Source : Internet Archive

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twenty-five. His second wife was Victoria Ball, of Salisbury, Conn., who died in June, 1806, at the age of forty-six.


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brothers, located south of where George E. Ball, his grandson, now lives. Although without property when he arrived, he acquired


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Alvin Ball, from Bennington, Vt, with his two brothers, located south of where George E.


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He married Alvin Ball's widow when he was an old man.


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Volunteers for three years. -A. M. Ball, L. S. Beach, J. Devine, S. W. Diggles, J. Duprey, J. Farrell, A.


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Stephen Ball also operates a cider-mill (near the Kimball mill), which he started about twenty


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of Israel Ball, grandfather of Joseph P. Ball, who was afterwards one of the most influential men in the town.


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Sterling, and Persis, wife of Israel Ball, grandfather of Joseph P. Ball, who was afterwards one of the most influential


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Rufus Ball removed to Corinth and died there.


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productive farm. Mr. Clark married Lucy Ball, had a family of three children, Joel T., Ira, and Laura, and died


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Ball was a son of Michael and Delia (Champlin) Ball. Delia died in 1857, leaving a family of live children,


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now living-Ezra, George, and Emma. Mr. Ball then married for his second wife Ann Spooner, by whom he had one


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Ball, George E., Ferrisburgh, North Ferrisburgh p. o., one of the prominent farmers of this town,


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Ball was a son of Stephen and Urana (Smedley) Ball, of Ferrisburgh, Vt., who were married in 1843. Mrs. Ball


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He was a son of Alvin and Mary (Siple) Ball, she a native of Addison county, Vt., and he of


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Michael, and Ansel 0. Mr. Alvin Ball settled in Ferrisburgh, Vt, in 1795.


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who were married in 1843. Mrs. Ball died on November 30, 1861, leaving a family of six children-Peter P., Artemus


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married in February, 1866, to Charlotte E. Ball, of Essex county, N. Y. They have had a famliy of five


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Kimball was a daughter of Alvin and Mary (Siple) Ball, of Ferrisburghr Yt. Lyman Kimball was born in Nelson, N.