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Colonel William Ball of Virginia

Earl L. W. Heck

Colonel William Ball of Virginia

the great-grandfather of Washington

by Earl L. W. Heck

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Published by S. M. Dutton in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ball, William, 1615-1680.,
  • Ball family.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Earl L. W. Heck.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.B2 1928
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p. l., 11-47, [1] p.
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6717215M
    LC Control Number28017796
    OCLC/WorldCa2640354

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Hayden earlier concurs to the opinion that Eichard Ball, of Virginia, was the father rather than the eldest brother of Colonel William Ball. Me find in the St. Helen’s Eegister that a daughter, Eebecca, was born to Eichard Ball, Parson of St.

Helen’s and Elizabeth his wife.” in and in Colonel William Ball of Virginia. [Earl L W Heck] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.

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Colonel William Ball of Virginia, the great-grandfather of Washington. by Heck, Earl Leon Werley, Topics Ball, William,Ball family Publisher. Cover title: William Ball and Hanna Atherold of Virginia. Col. William Ball (ca. ) was born in England and married Hannah Atherold (ca. ), daughter of Thomas and Mary Harvey Atherold, there in They had at least four children, ca.

born in England. The family immigrated to Maryland in COL. WILLIAM BALL, (), of "Millenbeck," Lancaster Co., Va. Birth and marriage dates from the records of William Ball Wright, Ball family records "COLONEL WILLIAM BALL of VIRGINA, the Great Grandfather of George Washington", by Earl L.

Beck, published and sold by. and played a prominent part in Virginia history. Colonel Ball was a zealous supporter of the Virginia branch of the Church of England. He and John Washington were wardens of Christ Church, Lancaster County.

(Taken from Heck's book) Children of Col. William Ball (): Captain William Ball (1/2//30/) and Ms. Colonel William Ball of Virginia, the Grandfather of Washington on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The most prominent line is that of Colonel William Ball I () of London, England who immigrated with his wife Hannah Atherold (d, ) and two of their three children, Joseph (b.

), and Hannah (b. ), in and settled in Lancaster County, VA as planters and eventually merchants. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Col William Ball III (–Nov ), Find a Grave Memorial no.

citing Saint Mary's Whitechapel Episcopal Churchyard, Lancaster, Lancaster County, Virginia, USA ; Maintained by Michael & Kristi Gifford (contributor Colonel William Ball of Virginia book. Rev.d William Ball Wright, 'Ball Family Records' etc., 2.(a) The Rev.d William Ball Wright's 'Ball Family Records', second edition, was published in B25 He noted that 'Colonel' William was spoken of in the 'Cheshire Visitation' as a 'soldier' under Fairfax,B26 serving in the Royal Army, and that he.

Captain William Ball's Will (2nd Generation) () Inventories and Wills 8 P Lancaster Court Records (Probated November 2, ) In the name of God Amen I Capt.

William Ball of the parish of St. Marys White Chapel in the County of Lancaster in Virginia being sick & weak in body but of sound & Perfect memory Praised be ye Almighty God for the same & considering the frailty of this. During this time period, Ball had dealings with John Washington, George Washington's paternal great-grandfather.

The four children of William Ball and Hannah Atherold were Richard Ball (died in Maryland in ), William Ball (II) of Virginia, Hannah Ball (later the wife of Colonel David Fox, and Joseph Ball.

Colonel William Ball probably had a brother in Virginia. Col. Ball did not apply for a land grant until at least 8 years after arriving in It is thought that he was waiting out the bad times at home and planned to return with the Stuarts when they were returned to the Throne.

Book - "Colonel William Ball of Virginia" by- Earl L. Heck Col. William Ball of Virginia was the youngest brother of a family of five brothers who came to America: Richard and William settled in Virginia.

John, Francis and Alling settled in New England. "At the time of his death, Colonel Ball owned nearly two thousand acres of land in. descent of Colonel William Ball from the family of Ball of Barkham and Wokingham in Berkshire, England. Perhaps the pnncipal dissident voice was that of Earl L.

Heck, whose privately printed Colonel William Ball of Virginia, the Great-grandfather of Washington (London, ) suggests another possible line of descent. Few if any of these accounts. Tradition has it that in the s 'Colonel' William Ball went to Virginia, founding a line which was to produce the mother of George Washington.

The English ancestry of 'Colonel' William is, however, uncertain. The earliest surviving family records concerning the family pedigree, and when 'Colonel' William. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Heck, Earl L.W. (Earl Leon Werley), Colonel William Ball of Virginia.

London, S.M. Dutton,   A tiny fraction of some of my ancestors from the extended Ball family tree. Left to Right: Mary (Ball) Washington (My 1st cousin and George Washington’s mother), Martha (Dandridge) Custis Washington (First Lady & 3rd cousin), Colonel Robert “King” Carter (acting Governor of Virginia & 2nd cousin), and Thomas Lee (Governor of Virginia & 2nd cousin).

in Joseph Ball, II's letter book, now in the Library of Congress, most writers from Horace Edwin Hayden to Douglas Southall Freeman have tended to accept what has become virtually the traditional descent of Colonel William Ball from the family of Ball of Barkham and Wokingham.

in Berkshire, England. Discover life events, stories and photos about Col William Ball III () of England. Letter, 21 DecemberLieutenant Charles McPherson, Waddrills Point Ferryhouse, to Lieutenant Colonel [Burgess] Ball, at General Da Pointail's, informing Colonel Ball that he cannot go to Virginia until orders are received from General Cornwallis concerning Ball's parole.

A letter written to Hayden 19 May by Thomas Ball Esq (direct descendant of William) said: "William Ball, son of Col. William ofm.(I) Miss Harris, and not Miss Williamson.

She was an orphan, an only child, and very wealthy for that day. By this marriage a large quantity of land came into the Ball.

Colonel Ball was a zealous supporter of the Virginia branch of the Church of England. He and John Washington were wardens of Christ Church, Lancaster County.

(Taken from Heck's book) Children of Col. William Ball (): Captain William Ball (1/2//30/) and Ms. Williamson, Ms. Harris, Ms. Margaret Downman. Around 'Colonel' William's youngest son, Joseph, was apparently sent to join his father in Virginia, as an entry in the Lancaster County Orders Book in January /61 records the grant of a certificate to William Ball for the transportation of twenty people, including Joseph Ball.[1] Appearance in William Ball's will.

Biography. 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, kit # and kit # I have traced them back to a son of Col.

The thing about Richard Ball son of m Ball is that in the book "COLONEL WILLIAM BALL OF VIRGINIA THE GREAT GRANDFATHER OF WASHINGTON" by Earl Richard is listed as -died in infancy Now this was not true,Richard Ball eldest son of Col William Ball setteled on the Patapsco river in Baltimore county Maryland in Col.

William Ball was born on September 12in Millenbeck, Lancaster County, Colony of Virginia, to Captain William Ball, II and Margaret Ball. Col had 7 siblings: Capt George Ball of Wicomic, Maj James James of Bewdley Ball Sr, Captain Joseph Ball of Coan, Margaret Downman, Capt.

Richard Ball, Samuel Henry Ball and William Ball III. [Married Well and Often--Marriages of the Northern Neck of Virginia,p.citing Northumberland Co., VA, Order Book ; Record Book ; Johnson] Sources from Published Genealogical Articles "Col.

William Ball of Balleston, MD, and Millenbeck, VA, Great Grandfather of George Washington". Early life. Ball was born on May 2, in England to William Ball and Hannah Atherold.

His father William Ball () emigrated to Virginia in becoming a trader and planter, eventually settling with his family in Millenbeck, Virginia. Settlement in Virginia colony. He moved to the Colony of Virginia sometime before He lived at the Epping Forest plantation in Lancaster County.

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William Ball of Virginia; The great-grandfather of Washington, 10 00; Quantity Add to Cart. By E. Heck. 47p. (London). Share 0 Tweet Pin it 0 Fancy +1. We Also Recommend. B all, Col. Joseph, of "Epping Forest, " Lancaster, was son of Col., William Ball, of Lancaster, and his wife, Hannah Atherold.

He was born in England,and came to Virginia in his infancy. He was burgess from Lancaster county in the assemblies of andand in the sessions of Aug.,and May 13 and J   Colonel Ball was a zealous supporter of the Virginia branch of the Church of England.

He and John Washington were wardens of Christ Church, Lancaster County. (Taken from Heck's book) Children of Col. William Ball (): Captain William Ball (1/2//30/) and Ms. Williamson, Ms. Harris, Ms. Margaret Downman. Colonel Burgess Ball () was the great great grandson of Colonel William Ball I, and a resident of Leesburg VA.

He was also an aide-de-camp to General Washington in the Revolutionary War. Washington’s mother was a granddaughter of Colonel William I. Besides the Washingtons, the Balls intermarried with other families in and around. Colonel William Ball V was born on Septem in Millenbeck, Lancaster, Virginia, son of Capt William Ball and Margaret Mary Williamson.

He was married in the year in Lancaster, Virginia, Verenigde Staten to Hannah Beale, they had 13 children. He was married on Febru in Lancaster, Virginia to Margaret Ball.

He was married in the year in Culpepper, Virginia. Working Timeline - Earliest Virginia and Maryland Records. 2 Jun Land Patent to Dominick Theriott of Lancaster County, land on Clapham's Creek and adjacent to Edwin Conway, due for importation of 32 persons, including William Ball FOUR TIMES, and Richard Ball.

Virginia [2, 3] He was the first of the Ball line in Virginia. Residence: Abt Lancaster County, Virginia: Military Service: Lancaster County, Virginia: as a Colonel in the Militia: Name: William Ball: Died: Nov Millenbeck, Lancaster, Virginia [1, 3] Person ID: I If the Legends Are True Last Modified: 4 May.

Mary Ball (born c. ) was raised in the family Epping Forest estate, the only child of Joseph Ball (–), an English justice, vestryman, lieutenant colonel, and Burgess in the Colony of Virginia and Mary Johnson.

The Washington family owned land (on the banks of the Potomac River in Fairfax County, Virginia) since the time of Augustine’s grandfather John Washington in   Col.

William Ball was the Ball immigrant. He was the great grandfather of George Washington. Almost all of these Virginia ancestors were members of the House of Burgesses.

William was a member of the House of Burgesses, The majority of the earliest ancestors came to VA in the era. The Balls were from Lancaster Co., VA.- Colonel William Ball of Virginia, the great-grandfather of Washington.: Heck, Earl Leon Werley, Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming: Internet Archive.