The Gene Pool Colorful Families: Ball Family Books


Some Books & Film Available About the Ball Family
from the LDS Family History Center

LDS US/Can Film #0185429 - item 3

BALL Family Records, ca. 1720-1899. Copied from manuscript in Conn. Valley Historical Society by Mary E. Foster. David BALL was born in 1720 at Newark, New Jersey. He married Sarah Babcock of New Bedford, Massachusetts, in 1753. He died 3 Feb. 1807 at Wilmington, Vermont.

LDS US/Can Film #0873032 - item 4

History of the Corwell and Allied Families (Beach/Ball). Compiled by Kate W. Buchanan. Microreproduction of typescript (33 p.) written in 1938. Samuel Crowell settled in Maplewood, New Jersey in 1728.

LDS US/Can Film #0896638 - item 3

The Ball/Bruen Genealogy. By Mary Ball Coultrap, 1874-1928. On 1 microfilm reel : ill., coat of arms, geneal. tables, ports. ; 35 mm. Microreproduction of original published: Ann Arbor, Mich. : Edwards Brothers, 1938. vii, 155 p. Covering 15 generations, one line going back 43 generations. The early history of the Balls, John Ball, a puritan divine, Major John Ball, Balls in Ireland, Six brothers came to America, Children of Edward Ball, Alling Ball, Abigail Blatchley Ball, Caleb Ball and descendants, Thomas and Sarah Davis Ball and descendants, Affie Ball (Searings) and descendants, Timothy Ball and descendants, Dr. Doric Ball, Abner Ball, Garnet and Annulet Ball Andrews, Beirne Andrews, Frances Andrews, Ancestor of Esther Bruen, Rev. George Clark, Deacon John Ball, Mary Ball Bickerdyke, Joseph Ball, half-brother of Mrs. Bickerdyke, Zenas Ball, Aaron Ball and family, Rev. C.C. Ball, Jennie Ball Gordon, Usual Ball, David, son of Deacon John Ball, An incident in the life of Fannie Ball, Silas Ball and Mary Broadwell and descendants, Andrew J. Ball and Rebecca McFadden and des., Mary Frances Ball Coultrap, Ancestors of Rebecca McFadden Ball, Some New Jersey Balls, William Ball, grandfather of Geo. Washington, Descendants of Job. Allen and Mary Winton Ball, The Bruens, Mary Ball, mother of Geo. Washington, Martha Washington, The Washington ring, George Washington's letter to his wife, Martha.

LDS Book 929.273 A1 no. 154
LDS US/Can Film #0873920. item 5

The Ball Family descended from Francis Ball of Springfield, Massachusetts, died 1648 : a preliminary survey / compiled by Joseph L. Druse. East Lansing, Mich. : J.L. Druse, 1968. 28 p. Francis Ball (d.1648) immigrated from England to Springfield, Massachusetts, and married Abigail Burt in 1644 (they had two sons, and she married twice more after his death). Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Illinois, Utah and elsewhere. Includes indexes.

LDS Book 929.273 B21mac
LDS US/Can Film #1698200 item 5

The Edward Ball family of New Jersey. A study by Claudette Maerz, Bloomington. 92 p. Edward Ball was born c.1642 in Connecticut. He died 1724 in Newark, Essex County, New Jersey. He married c.1662/64 in Connecticut to Abigail Blatchley, who was born c. 1650 in Connecticut and died in Newark, Essex County, New Jersey. Her parents were Thomas Blatchley and Susannah Ball. There were six children.

LDS Book 929.273 J63m
LDS US/Can Film #1035750 item 2

Mahlon Johnson Family of Littleton, New Jersey : Ancestors and Descendants. From the records of the Mahlon Johnson Association and other sources; compiled and edited by Mary Ball Johnson Pease ... [et al.]. Morristown, N.J. : Mahlon Johnson Association, c1931. 126, [7] p. (some folded) : ill., coats of arms, geneal. tables, map, ports, index. Maps on lining papers. Mahlon Johnson descended from Connecticut Johnsons who came to Hanover, N.J. early in 18th century. Includes Baker, Ball, Condict, Davis, Huntington, Tunis and related families.

LDS US/Can Film #1303165 item 3

The Winans family in America by Winans, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1900-. Micrereproduction of original published: Rev. ed. Paterson, N.J. : C. A. Winans, 1939. 46 leaves, [1] folded leaf of plates : geneal. table. -- Revison of 1937 edition. -- Includes manuscript additions and corrections. John Winans (ca.1640-1694) immigrated about 1664 from The Netherlands to Elizabethtown, New Jersey, and married twice. Descendants lived in New Jersey, New York and elsewhere. Includes Ball, Beach, Peck, Tuttle and related families.

LDS Book 929.273 Ar24a
LDS US/Can Film 1036763 item 4

Index of Personal Names : "Genealogical History of the Archer family, 1803-1919" by M.B. Archer, published ... 1919. Compiled by George W. Archer. Arlington, Va. : G.W. Archer, 1976. This index includes comments by its author, "... the result of a comparative study of the material in the book without using other sources for clarification ... users of this index are requested to submit information that assists in answering the questions raised by the comments in this section." Includes Ball, Enochs, Hupp, Morris, Pool, Weekley and related families.

LDS Book 929.273 A1 no. 5898
LDS US/Can Film 1697574 item 30

Jonathan Stark (Revolutionary War Soldier) and Wife Margaret Ball (married: 14 May 1765, Morris County, N.J.) and Their Children and Grandchildren : A Genealogical Compilation. By Marion Stark Craig. Little Rock, Ark. : M.S. Craig, 1991. 16 leaves. Jonathan Stark was born about 1740. In 1765 he married Margaret Ball (b. 1748), daughter of Aaron Ball and Hannah Camp. They were married in Morristown, Morris Co., New Jersey. (Margaret was born in Newark, Essex Co., N.J.) They settled in New Jersey and later in Kentucky. Descendants and relatives lived in Illinois, Missouri, Texas, Arkansas, and elsewhere. Includes Stark, Craig, Ball, Gonterman, Collard, and related families.<

LDS US/Can Film 0844886 item 3

Whallon, Edward Payson. Some Family Records: Some Partial Histories of the Whallon, Hagaman, Bickle, Bridgeland, Kitchell, Peirson, Ball, Bruen, Crist, Hughes, Vincent, Bloodgood, Jans, Farrand and Tuttle / Edward Payson Whallon. ill., coat of arms, ports. Microreproduction of original published: Cincinnati, Ohio : F. L. Rowe, 1934. 147 p.

LDS US/Can Film 0185429 item 3

Ball Family Records, ca. 1720-1899. Copied from manuscript in Conn. Valley Historical Society by Mary E. Foster. Microfilm of ms. (1 leaf) at the Springfield Public Library, Springfield, Massachusetts. With: Ball family records, ca. 1769-1903. David Ball was born in 1720 at Newark, New Jersey. He married Sarah Babcock of New Bedford, Massachusetts, in 1753. He died 3 Feb. 1807 at Wilmington, Vermont.

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