Rachel Hutchinson1

F, #3151
     Rachel Hutchinson married Jonathan Ball, son of Jonathan Ball and Abigail Child, on 12 July 1833.1

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).

Hannah Ackerman1

F, #3152, b. circa 1780, d. 24 October 1860
     Hannah Ackerman was born circa 1780 at NH.2 She married Briggs Ball, son of Jonathan Ball and Abigail Child, on 14 June 1814 at Second Baptist Church, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA.3 Hannah Ackerman died on 24 October 1860 at Milford, Hillsborough Co., NH.1

Census, Occupation & Residence

Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH1
26 August 1850Milford, Hillsborough Co., NH"Hannah" age 42 (clearly in error), b. NH, with husband, etc.4
22 June 1860Milford, Hillsborough Co., NH"Hannah" age 80, b. NH, with husband, etc.2

Children of Hannah Ackerman and Briggs Ball

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).
  2. [S8] 1860 (June 1) U.S. Census, Milford, Hillsborough Co., NH, p. 58.
  3. [S17] Ball Families of North America as collected by Dr. Joseph L. Druse (1915-2004), 3x5 inch index card file, last updated December 2001, Personal Library of David G. Ball, North Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  4. [S7] 1850 (June 1) U.S. Census, Milford, Hillsborough Co., NH, p. 361 (back of stamped 181).

Briggs Ball1

M, #3153, b. circa 1815, d. 7 May 1816
     Briggs Ball was born circa 1815.1 He was the son of Briggs Ball and Hannah Ackerman.1 Briggs Ball died on 7 May 1816 at Milford, Hillsborough Co., NH.1

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).

Lucy Ann Ball1

F, #3154, b. 10 July 1818, d. 1870
     Lucy Ann Ball was born on 10 July 1818.1 She was the daughter of Briggs Ball and Hannah Ackerman.1 Lucy Ann Ball married George N. Sloane on 10 October 1835.2 Lucy Ann Ball died in 1870.1

Census, Occupation & Residence

26 August 1850Milford, Hillsborough Co., NH"Lucy" age 35, b. NH, with husband, etc.3

Children of Lucy Ann Ball and George N. Sloane

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).
  2. [S17] Ball Families of North America as collected by Dr. Joseph L. Druse (1915-2004), 3x5 inch index card file, last updated December 2001, Personal Library of David G. Ball, North Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  3. [S7] 1850 (June 1) U.S. Census, Milford, Hillsborough Co., NH, p. 361 (back of stamped 181).

Emily Stanley Ball1

F, #3155, b. 13 August 1820, d. 9 January 1897
     Emily Stanley Ball was born on 13 August 1820.1 She was the daughter of Briggs Ball and Hannah Ackerman.1 Emily Stanley Ball died on 9 January 1897 at Milford, Hillsborough Co., NH, at age 76.1

Census, Occupation & Residence

26 August 1850Milford, Hillsborough Co., NH"Emely" age 32, b. NH, with parents, etc.2
22 June 1860Milford, Hillsborough Co., NH"Emily" age 38, b. NH, with parents, etc.3

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).
  2. [S7] 1850 (June 1) U.S. Census, Milford, Hillsborough Co., NH, p. 361 (back of stamped 181).
  3. [S8] 1860 (June 1) U.S. Census, Milford, Hillsborough Co., NH, p. 58.

Lydia Perkins Ball1

F, #3156, b. 25 October 1822, d. 25 November 1894
     Lydia Perkins Ball was born on 25 October 1822 at NH.1 She was the daughter of Briggs Ball and Hannah Ackerman.1 Lydia Perkins Ball died on 25 November 1894 at Milford, Hillsborough Co., NH, at age 72.1

Census, Occupation & Residence

22 June 1860Milford, Hillsborough Co., NH"Lydia" age 36, b. NH, with parents, etc.2

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).
  2. [S8] 1860 (June 1) U.S. Census, Milford, Hillsborough Co., NH, p. 58.

Sarah H. Ball1

F, #3157, b. 8 May 1825, d. 1897
     Sarah H. Ball was born on 8 May 1825 at NH.1 She was the daughter of Briggs Ball and Hannah Ackerman.1 Sarah H. Ball married Oliver Blodgett, son of Anna (????), on 9 October 1848.1 Sarah H. Ball died in 1897 at Nashua, Hillsborough Co., NH.1

Census, Occupation & Residence

9 August 1850Nashua, Hillsborough Co., NH"Sarah H." age 25, b. NH, with husband, etc.2

Child of Sarah H. Ball and Oliver Blodgett

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).
  2. [S7] 1850 (June 1) U.S. Census, Nashua, Hillsborough Co., NH, p. 557 (stamped 276).

Oliver Blodgett1

M, #3158
     Oliver Blodgett was the son of Anna (????)2 Oliver Blodgett married Sarah H. Ball, daughter of Briggs Ball and Hannah Ackerman, on 9 October 1848.1

Census, Occupation & Residence

9 August 1850Nashua, Hillsborough Co., NH"Oliver" age 33, b. NH, machinist, with wife Sarah, son Albert, and mother Anna2

Child of Oliver Blodgett and Sarah H. Ball

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).
  2. [S7] 1850 (June 1) U.S. Census, Nashua, Hillsborough Co., NH, p. 557 (stamped 276).

Elizabeth Wyer Hall1

F, #3159
     Elizabeth Wyer Hall married Thomas Ball, son of Jonathan Ball and Abigail Child, say 1814.

Children of Elizabeth Wyer Hall and Thomas Ball

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).

Elizabeth Ball1

F, #3160, b. circa 1815, d. 13 November 1905
     Elizabeth Ball was born circa 1815 at Boston, Suffolk Co., MA.2 She was the daughter of Thomas Ball and Elizabeth Wyer Hall.1 Elizabeth Ball married Daniel Brown circa 1835.1 Elizabeth Ball died on 13 November 1905 at Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA.2 She was buried on 16 November 1905 at Marshfield Hills Cemetery, Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA.2

Census, Occupation & Residence

17 August 1850Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA"Elizabeth" age 36, b. MA, with husband, etc.3
17 July 1860Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA"Elizabeth" age 44, b. MA, with husband, etc.4
3 June 1870Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA"Elizabeth" age 54, b. MA, with husband, etc.5
26 June 1880Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA"Elizabeth" age 64, b. MA, with husband, etc.6

Children of Elizabeth Ball and Daniel Brown

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).
  2. [S20] Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910 from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives, images online at http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/Database/MASS_BMD/default.asp, Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA, vol. 64, p. 308.
  3. [S7] 1850 (June 1) U.S. Census, Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA, p. 414 (back of stamped 173).
  4. [S8] 1860 (June 1) U.S. Census, Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA, p. 38.
  5. [S9] 1870 (June 1) U.S. Census, Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA, p. 6 (back of stamped 401).
  6. [S10] 1880 (June 1) U.S. Census, Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA, p. 29 (stamped 591).
  7. [S409] Thomas Bellows Wyman, compiler, The Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown in the County of Middlesex and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1629-1818 (Boston MA: David Clapp and Son, 1879).

Mary Ball1

F, #3161, b. say 1817
     Mary Ball was born say 1817 at MA. She was the daughter of Thomas Ball and Elizabeth Wyer Hall.1

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).
  2. [S409] Thomas Bellows Wyman, compiler, The Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown in the County of Middlesex and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1629-1818 (Boston MA: David Clapp and Son, 1879).

Thomas Ball1

M, #3162, b. 3 June 1819, d. 11 December 1911
Thomas Ball
b. 1819 Charlestown MA
d. 1911 Montclair NJ
[photo of statue of Daniel Webster c2006]
     Thomas Ball was born on 3 June 1819 at Charlestown, Suffolk Co., MA.2 He was the son of Thomas Ball and Elizabeth Wyer Hall.1 Thomas Ball married Ellen Louisa Wilde, daughter of Daniel W. Wilde, on 10 October 1854.2 Thomas Ball died on 11 December 1911 at Montclair, Essex Co., NJ, at age 92.3
     After several odd jobs to help support his family he spent three years working at New England Museum entertaining the visitors by drawing portraits, playing the violin, and singing. He then became an apprentice for the museum wood-carver Abel Brown. He taught himself oil painting by copying prints and casts in the studio of the museum superintendent. As commissions started to come in he moved from studio to studio until finally settling in a studio in Tremont Row where he remained for twelve years. Here he painted several religious pictures and a portrait of Cornelia Wells (Walter) Richards, editor of the Boston Evening Transcript. He then turned his attention to sculpture, his earliest work being a bust of Jenny Lind.

At thirty-five he went to Florence for study. There, with an interval of work in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1857—1865, he remained for more than thirty years, being one of the artistic colony which included the Brownings and Hiram Powers. He returned to America in 1897, and lived in Montclair, New Jersey, with a studio in New York City. His work includes many early cabinet busts of musicians (he was an accomplished musician himself, and was the first in America to sing "Elijah"). In 1890 he published an autobiographical volume, "My Three Score Years and Ten", which was updated in 1900, and reprinted in 1993. Ball created the following sculptures:

- Charles Sumner in the Boston Public Garden
- George Washington in the Boston Public Garden (an equestrian statue which may be his best-known work)
- George Washington in Methuen, Massachusetts
- George Washington in Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Hollywood Hills, California
- Boston Mayor Josiah Quincy in front of Old City Hall
- Daniel Webster in Central Park, New York City
- The Emancipation Memorial in Washington, DC
- Edwin Forrest as "Coniolanus," in the Actors’ Home, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.4      Photo of Thomas Ball by L. Powers; photo of Thomas Ball's 1876 sculpture of Daniel Webster located in New York City's Central Park courtesy of Einar Einarsson Kvaran.

Census, Occupation & Residence

14 June 1900Montclair, Essex Co., NJ"Thomas" age 81, b. MA, sculptor, living with daughter Eliza and family5
15 April 1910Montclair, Essex Co., NJ"Thomas" age 91, b. MA, living with daughter Eliza and family6

Child of Thomas Ball and Ellen Louisa Wilde

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).
  2. [S409] Thomas Bellows Wyman, compiler, The Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown in the County of Middlesex and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1629-1818 (Boston MA: David Clapp and Son, 1879).
  3. [S411] Peter Fish, "Fish/Granger/Nordli/Stewart," database made available on-line courtesy of Peter Fish, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wtc48&id=I6755, database put on-line 11 January 2009.
  4. [S652] Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia, online \http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page\.
  5. [S12] 1900 (June 1) U.S. Census, Montclair, Essex Co., NJ, ED 208, Sheet 16A (stamped 117).
  6. [S13] 1910 (April 15) U.S. Census, Montclair, Essex Co., NJ, ED 192, Sheet 16B (back of stamped 103).

Sarah Ann Ball1

F, #3163, b. circa 1822, d. 23 May 1846
     Sarah Ann Ball was born circa 1822.2 She was the daughter of Thomas Ball and Elizabeth Wyer Hall.1 Sarah Ann Ball married Levi Newcomb, son of Levi Newcomb and Joanna F. Studley, on 7 January 1844.1 Sarah Ann Ball died on 23 May 1846 at Boston, Suffolk Co., MA.2

Children of Sarah Ann Ball and Levi Newcomb

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).
  2. [S412] Rosemary West, "R. K. West's Master List," database made available on-line courtesy of Rosemary West, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rkwest&id=I107865, database put on-line 6 August 2008.

Ruth Ball1

F, #3164, b. circa 1825, d. 15 August 1849
     Ruth Ball was born circa 1825.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Ball and Elizabeth Wyer Hall.1 Ruth Ball married William James Newcomb, son of Levi Newcomb and Joanna F. Studley, on 19 March 1843.2 Ruth Ball died on 15 August 1849.1

Children of Ruth Ball and William James Newcomb

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).
  2. [S412] Rosemary West, "R. K. West's Master List," database made available on-line courtesy of Rosemary West, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rkwest&id=I107865, database put on-line 6 August 2008.

William James Newcomb1

M, #3165, b. 28 March 1824, d. 4 April 1908
     William James Newcomb was born on 28 March 1824.1 He was the son of Levi Newcomb and Joanna F. Studley.1 William James Newcomb married Ruth Ball, daughter of Thomas Ball and Elizabeth Wyer Hall, on 19 March 1843.1 William James Newcomb married Susannah Cushing on 14 April 1850.1 William James Newcomb died on 4 April 1908 at age 84.1

Census, Occupation & Residence

a manufactuer, later an undertaker1

Children of William James Newcomb and Ruth Ball

Children of William James Newcomb and Susannah Cushing

Citations

  1. [S412] Rosemary West, "R. K. West's Master List," database made available on-line courtesy of Rosemary West, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rkwest&id=I107865, database put on-line 6 August 2008.

Levi Newcomb1

M, #3166, b. 8 February 1822, d. 1 October 1898
     Levi Newcomb was born on 8 February 1822 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., MA.2,3 He was the son of Levi Newcomb and Joanna F. Studley.3 Levi Newcomb married Sarah Ann Ball, daughter of Thomas Ball and Elizabeth Wyer Hall, on 7 January 1844.1 Levi Newcomb married Phebe Ann Edwards, daughter of Asa Edwards and Louisa Robinson, on 7 March 1847 at Nantucket, Nantucket Co., MA.4 Levi Newcomb died on 1 October 1898 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., MA, at age 76.3

Children of Levi Newcomb and Sarah Ann Ball

Children of Levi Newcomb and Phebe Ann Edwards

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).
  2. [S412] Rosemary West, "R. K. West's Master List," database made available on-line courtesy of Rosemary West, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rkwest&id=I107865, database put on-line 6 August 2008.
  3. [S20] Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910 from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives, images online at http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/Database/MASS_BMD/default.asp, Scituate, Plymouth Co., MA, vol. 482, p. 703.
  4. [S20] MA-VR 1841–1910, Nantucket, Nantucket Co., MA, vol. 25, p. 88.

Daniel Brown1

M, #3167, b. circa 1816, d. 1902
     Daniel Brown was born circa 1816 at Portland, Cumberland Co., ME.2,3 He married Elizabeth Ball, daughter of Thomas Ball and Elizabeth Wyer Hall, circa 1835.1 Daniel Brown died in 1902 at Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA.4

Census, Occupation & Residence

17 August 1850Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA"Daniel" age 36, b. MA, carpenter, with wife Elizabeth and sons Daniel and Thomas5
17 July 1860Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA"Daniel" age 45, b. MA, housewright, with wife Elizabeth and children Thomas and Elizabeth6
3 June 1870Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA"Daniel" age 54, b. MA, carpenter, with wife Elizabeth and children Elizabeth and William7
26 June 1880Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA"Daniel" age 64, b. ME, farmer and carpenter, with wife Elizabeth and daughter Elizabeth3

Children of Daniel Brown and Elizabeth Ball

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).
  2. [S20] Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910 from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives, images online at http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/Database/MASS_BMD/default.asp, Brockton, Plymouth Co., MA, vol. 530, p. 157.
  3. [S10] 1880 (June 1) U.S. Census, Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA, p. 29 (stamped 591).
  4. [S20] MA-VR 1841–1910, Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA, vol. 530, p. 211 (image not available on-line).
  5. [S7] 1850 (June 1) U.S. Census, Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA, p. 414 (back of stamped 173).
  6. [S8] 1860 (June 1) U.S. Census, Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA, p. 38.
  7. [S9] 1870 (June 1) U.S. Census, Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA, p. 6 (back of stamped 401).
  8. [S409] Thomas Bellows Wyman, compiler, The Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown in the County of Middlesex and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1629-1818 (Boston MA: David Clapp and Son, 1879).

Charles Grimes1

M, #3168

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).
  2. [S409] Thomas Bellows Wyman, compiler, The Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown in the County of Middlesex and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1629-1818 (Boston MA: David Clapp and Son, 1879).

Rebecca Warren1

F, #3169, d. 8 January 1855
     Rebecca Warren married John Ball, son of Briggs Ball, on 3 January 1814.1 Rebecca Warren died on 8 January 1855.1

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).

John Warren Ball1

M, #3170
     John Warren Ball was the son of John Ball and Rebecca Warren.1

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).

Arnold Wells Ball1

M, #3171, d. September 1823
     Arnold Wells Ball was the son of John Ball and Rebecca Warren.1 Arnold Wells Ball died in September 1823.1

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).

Buckminster Ball1

M, #3172
     Buckminster Ball was the son of John Ball and Rebecca Warren.1

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).

Abby Collins Ball1

F, #3173
     Abby Collins Ball was the daughter of John Ball and Rebecca Warren.1

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).

Rebecca Warren Ball1

F, #3174
     Rebecca Warren Ball was the daughter of John Ball and Rebecca Warren.1

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).

Arnold Wells Ball1

M, #3175, b. 19 January 1825, d. 21 January 1852
     Arnold Wells Ball was born on 19 January 1825.1 He was the son of John Ball and Rebecca Warren.1 Arnold Wells Ball died on 21 January 1852 at age 27.1

Citations

  1. [S19] Frank D. Warren and Mrs. George H. Ball, compilers, Letter from Moses Stockwell to Henry Stockwell (Boston, MA: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1932).