1 edition of genealogy of the Ball and Weston families found in the catalog.
genealogy of the Ball and Weston families
|Contributions||Jewett, John Edward Bullard,|
|LC Classifications||CS71.B2 1867|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||24006791|
Upcoming Weston Family Reunions. One key to a successful Weston reunion is preparation, and for the family researcher that means getting the word out in advance on what to bring (such as the family photo collection); arranging for the display of shared information; and planning activities conducive to sharing; and one of the best ways to get others to participate is in bringing something of. Between and , Raymond A. Taylor compiled the genealogies of seventy-five Weston families. The Weston Historical Society, in celebration of Weston’s th Anniversary, has transcribed Taylor’s original work and supplemented it with birth, marriage and death data as recorded in the Town Hall for the first years ().File Size: 2MB.
This was the family of a tailor named John Ball. John Ball's estate was administered by his son John of Watertown February 1, / The Ball homestead and the Rowlandson garrison were in the south part of Lancaster. John's lands were never described in the town's Book of Lands although he was one of the first inhabitants. Weston in Ancestry Family and Local Histories: Distribution of the Weston Surname in UK View a map of the distribution of Weston families in the UK. Distribution of Weston Surname in US See a map of the distribution of Weston families in the US. Weston Self-Published Genealogy Books: Weston Family Tree Connection.
Deed Book 1, page shows the purchase of 60 acres of land by John Ball on Rock Camp Creek in Will Book 1, p Cabell County, gives a partial apprisal of the John Ball estate, indicating that He must have died about Census records of show Nancy Ball, living with son Isaac M Ball family. The Local History Room in the Weston Public Library houses books and other items in various formats, including audio recordings, zoning maps, brochures, yearbooks, cemetery lists and vital records. All of these items pertain in some way to the people and history of Weston, MA, as the town has evolved from a farm town of 1, inhabitants to a.
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The genealogy of the Ball and Weston families: with a poem by Rev. J.E.B. Jewett by Jewett, John Edward Bullard, Pages: Internet Archive BookReader The genealogy of the Ball and Weston families: with a poem by Rev.
J.E.B. Jewett. Home; All editions; The genealogy of the Ball and Weston families: with a poem by Rev. J.E.B. Jewett Jewett, John Edward Bullard, The Foxes were a prominent family in 17th and 18th century Virginia. Other families include the Conways, Taylors, Taliaferros, and Chinns.
Captain Alling Ball of New Haven, CT and his wife Dorothy (d. ) whose name appears on the William Ball chart are hard to place in relation to William Ball I.
English Ball family history includes a family seat in Cheshire before the Norman Conquest in In American Ball genealogy, there was a pre-Mayflower immigrant to Virginia in The Ball motto "fulcrum dignitatis virtus" means "virtue is the support of dignity".
Part 1 of 2: This is one of the most interesting and remarkable books of early America, and a book any educated person with an interest in early colonial American history should peruse. It has three notable elements, two of general interest and one of special interest to any person whose ancestor's surnames genealogy of the Ball and Weston families book in the book.
The author was a 5/5(3). One of the earliest Coats of Arms granted to the family circais black shield, thereon a silver eagle displayed and a red label.
The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Godwinus de Westune, which was datedin the "Domesday Book of Huntingdonshire", during the reign of King William 1, known as "William. Genealogies of Connecticut Families: From the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 1 Genealogical Publishing Com, - Reference - pages 3 ReviewsReviews: 3.
This genealogy is a study in the old world as well as the new. Extensive references have been given, countless books have been consulted, nearly all procured from New England Historical and Genealogical Society, and to "Colonial Families," compiled by the New York Historical Society/5(62).
The Weston family of Canada, Ireland and the United Kingdom is a prominent family of businesspeople with global interests primarily in food and clothing businesses. The family operations began with the purchase of a bakery in by George Weston in Toronto, Ontario.
Inthe Westons were named Ireland's richest family for the tenth year running, with a wealth of € billion. what a wonderful book about my mother, faye ball of council,virginia and her father frank ball and his father cummings ball s ancestors.
i am her daughter diane ball murphy. i am trying to contact the writer of this book, palmer r ball. i was just inducted into dar (daughters of american revolution) in enon ohio today/5(5). In their book The Ball Family of the Potomac,by Doris LeClerc Ball, Ph.D.
George L. Ball, M.S., it is shown that DNA studies link John Ball of Stafford Co with a James Ball of Maryland. The Ball DNA study has two descendants of Col William Ball in haplogroup I.
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The Ball family line connects to George Washington through his maternal lineage. The first member of the Ball family to come to America was George Washington's great-grandfather, William Ball ( c), who arrived in Virginia in the s and later brought over his wife, Hannah Atherold (died ), two of their four children, and several servants.
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Titles of 36 Ball Family Books and Manuscripts. By William Rowlands Ma at To researchers and genealogy buffs of the BALL surname in America: I just returned from one day spent copying many pages from the following books that were (mostly) all together on the fourth floor of the Family.
From: "Weston, one of the prominent old New England families; the founder of the family in [America] was John. Weston, who was born in Buckinghamshire, England, inand came to America at the age of thirteen years, having landed at Salem, Massachusetts, in He resided in Salem until twenty-one years of age, then became a resident of Lynn village, in South Reading, now Wakefield.
Rebecca Ball was the first of the nine children of Ebenezer Ball and Rebecca (Butterfield) Ball of Townsend, Massachusetts. Rebecca was twice widowed and had three children, all by her first husband, William Weston of Townsend, Massachusetts. The Ball Family The Ball Family becomes a household name in the U.S.
THE PARENTS Mr. Ball was a farmer, inventor, and respected citizen who instilled confidence in his sons and assured them that they would succeed in whatever they undertook.
Mrs. Ball, a schoolteacher, gave her children love, inspiration, and direction. The Ball Family Genealogy site, was created to share accurate genealogy information on all the lines I have researched, with others who may be researching the same lines.
This line is that of my mother's paternal side of the family.Watson Genealogy; Sketch of the Weaver Family, of Swanzey, Mass. Three Wives of David Webb, of Boston, Mass., and Wethersfield, Conn. Francis West of Duxbury, Mass., and Some of His Descendants; Records of the West Family of Boston and Tuanton, Mass., and Allied Families; Descendants of Edmund Weston of Duxbury, Mass., for Five Generations.FHL Book Ppp [Ball] Hill, Ronald A.
"Ball Family Migration: Virginia to Kentucky, ," The American Genealogist, Vol. 78, No. 2 (April ) Digital version at American Ancestors ($). [Ball] Ball, Doris LeClerc and George L.
Ball. The Ball Family of the Potomac, Provo, Utah: Stevenson's Genealogy Center,