John Crallé1

M, #83281, b. 18 September 1756
FatherJohn Crallé1 b. 18 Sep 1724
MotherJudith Ball1 b. 17 Jan 1735, d. 30 Apr 1759
Last Edited13 Nov 2017
     John Crallé was born on 18 September 1756 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA; Hill [1990:23] cites "The Register of St. Stephens Parish."1

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 23. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.

Col. Spencer Mottrom Ball1

M, #83282, b. 9 September 1736, d. December 1786
FatherCol. Spencer Ball1 b. 14 Mar 1707, d. 11 Feb 1767
MotherFrances (?)1
Last Edited13 Nov 2017
     Col. Spencer Mottrom Ball married Elizabeth Waring, daughter of Col. Francis Gouldman Waring and Lucy Cocke; Hill [1990:23] cites NNVHS:2171, Dec. 1971, Charles WH Warner "Hoskins of Virginia, Tappahannock, VA. 1971, p. 267.1 Col. Spencer Mottrom Ball was born on 9 September 1736 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA; Hill [1990:23] cites "The Register of St. Stephens Parish."1
Col. Spencer Mottrom Ball died in December 1786 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA, at age 50; Hill [1990:23] cites "Northumberland Co., VA, Record Bk 13:306-308, DAR Patriot Index, 2nd Supplement."1
     Col. Spencer Mottrom Ball lived at Coan, Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA; He inherited "Coan."1

Reference: See Hill [1990:23-27] for information on the childrens of Spencer and Elizabeth [Waring] Ball.2

Family

Elizabeth Waring

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 23. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.
  2. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck, p. 23-27.

Mary Ball1

F, #83286, b. 26 March 1740
FatherCol. Spencer Ball1 b. 14 Mar 1707, d. 11 Feb 1767
MotherFrances (?)1
Last Edited13 Nov 2017
     Mary Ball married Winder Kenner.1 Mary Ball was born on 26 March 1740; Hill [1990:23] cites "Kenner Bible copied by Elizabeth C. Peirce, MBWM & L."1

Family

Winder Kenner d. c 1785

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 27. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.

Winder Kenner1

M, #83287, d. circa 1785
Last Edited13 Nov 2017
     Winder Kenner married Mary Ball, daughter of Col. Spencer Ball and Frances (?).1
Winder Kenner died circa 1785 at Lancaster Co., Virginia, USA; Hill [1990:23] cites "Lanc. Co., VA, Deeds & Wills, etc., 18:172b."1
     Reference: See Hill [1990:27] for information on the childrens of Winder and Mary (Ball) Kenner.1

Family

Mary Ball b. 26 Mar 1740

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 27. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.

James Ball1

M, #83288, d. between 21 December 1785 and 9 October 1786
FatherCol. Spencer Ball1 b. 14 Mar 1707, d. 11 Feb 1767
MotherFrances (?)1
Last Edited13 Nov 2017
     James Ball married Mary "Molly" Vaulx, daughter of Capt. Robert Vaulx and Mary Ball.1
James Ball died between 21 December 1785 and 9 October 1786 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA; Hill [1990:23] cites "Northumberland Co., VA Record Bk 13:263-265.1
     Reference: See Hill [1990:27] for information on the childrens of James and Mary (Vaulx) Ball.1

James Ball and Mary "Molly" Vaulx lived at Potomac Hill (part of Coan), Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA; per Hill [1990:27]: "Inherited part of Coan called Potomac Hill."1

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 27. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.

Mary "Molly" Vaulx1

F, #83289
FatherCapt. Robert Vaulx1 b. bt 1708 - 1713, d. 26 Mar 1755
MotherMary Ball2 b. c 1720, d. bt 1743 - 1748
Last Edited13 Nov 2017
     Mary "Molly" Vaulx married James Ball, son of Col. Spencer Ball and Frances (?).1
     Mary "Molly" Vaulx and James Ball lived at Potomac Hill (part of Coan), Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA; per Hill [1990:27]: "Inherited part of Coan called Potomac Hill."1

Reference: See Hill [1990:27] for information on the childrens of James and Mary (Vaulx) Ball.1

Family

James Ball d. bt 21 Dec 1785 - 9 Oct 1786

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 27. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.
  2. [S3744] Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, online <http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/>, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I023828&tree=Tree1. Hereinafter cited as Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck.

Capt. Robert Vaulx1

M, #83290, b. between 1708 and 1713, d. 26 March 1755
FatherRobert Vaulx2,3 b. c 1680, d. bt 13 Nov 1721 - 29 Nov 1721
MotherUnknown (?)3,2 d. b 1711
Last Edited4 Aug 2019
     Capt. Robert Vaulx was born between 1708 and 1713 at Cople Parish, Westmoreland Co., Virginia, USA.3 He married Mary Ball circa 1743 at Westmoreland Co., Virginia, USA;
His 2nd wife.4
Capt. Robert Vaulx died on 26 March 1755 at Cople Parish, Westmoreland Co., Virginia, USA.3
     

;
From "Early Colonial Settlers...":
     "Children:
      Milly VAULX b: ABT 1733
      Mary "Molly" VAULX b: ABT 1735
      Katy VAULX b: ABT 1737
      Kenner VAULX b: ABT 1738
      Elizabeth VAULX b: ABT 1740
      Sally VAULX b: ABT 1742."4 He was listed as a beneficiary in Robert Vaulx's will on 29 November 1721 at Westmoreland Co., Virginia, USA;
From "Early Colonial Settlers...":
     "From Craig M. Kilby, Westmoreland County Virginia Deeds & Wills No. 7, 1720-1722
     "DW 7-p 252-254 13 Nov 1721. Will of Robert Vaulx, Gent, of Washington Parish. Presented in court 29 November 1721 by Eliza Vaulx, relict and one of the executors, Augustine Washington and Richard Kenner, the other executors, and proved by Alexander Parker and Jane Washington, two of the witnesses. Washington and Kenner refused the executorship and probate was granted to Eliza Vaulx. Recorded 5 December 1721.
Legatees: (1) to sons Robert and James Vaulx, "all my land that I hold of the patent called Vaulxes" adjacent to "my forest Plantation" to be equally divided, reserving to son James his first choice; (2) to son Robert Vaulx, the plantation at the head of Pope's Creek 'whereon I now live" with all the land appertaining to him and his heirs forever; (3) remainder of estate to be equally divided between wife Eliza and "my three children." (4) beloved wife Eliza Vaulx and two friends Augustine Washington and Richard Kenner executors. Signed by signature. Witnesssed by /s/ W. Sturman, /s/ Alexander Parker, and /s/ Jane Washington.
     "WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1709-1712 : pg 74
Westmoreland County Court 29th of Augt 1711
- VAULX his Will proved
The Last Will and Testament of JAMES VAULX deced was presented into Court by ROBERT VAULX, his Executor, who made Oath thereto and being proved by the Oaths of GEORGE ALDERSON and FRANCES
FRANKLIN, wittnesses thereto, is admitted to Record and on motion of ROBERT VAULX and his performing what is usuall in such cases, Certifycate is granted himfor obtaining a Probat thereof in due form; and he is ordered to return an Inventory of the Testator's Estate to the next Court upon Oath. It is alsoe ordered Mr. HUMPHREY POPE, Mr. LAWRENCE POPE, Mr. JOHN ELLIOTT, Mr. JOSEPH WEEKES and Mr. AUGUSTINE HIGGINS or any four ofthem being first sworn before
one ofher Majties Justices of the Peace for this County doe some tyme before the next Court value and appraise the Estate and make return thereof to the nextCourt
     "WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1712-1714 : pg 103
Westmoreland County Court 27th of May 1714
- BRIDGES's Guardian Upon the Petition of WILLIAM BRIDGES and
MARY BRIDGES, Son and Daughter of WILLIAM BRIDGES, Gent., deced.,
Mr. ROBERT VAULX is admitt their Guardian he haveing entered into Bond with security for the due performance ofthe Trust reposed in him; ordered he be imediately possessed with the Estates left them by their deceased Father ofwhat nature or kindsoever the same be or in whose hands the same shall remaine
     "http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=148&last=&g_p=G1&co llection=NN Grant
Title Fisher, Martin.
Publication 21 March 1691/1692.
Gen. note "On page 148 is the record of the conveyance of the land to Martin Fisher from Captn. John Lord.".
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Description: 726 acres in the forrest. Adjoins the land of Robert Vaulx and John Butler, extending &c. by a path called Majr. Wards Path.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 1, 1690-1692, p. 146-147 (Reel 288).
Recorded survey available. Northern Neck Grants No. 1, 1690-1692, p. 148 (Reel 288)."

Family

Mary Ball b. c 1720, d. bt 1743 - 1748
Child

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 27. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.
  2. [S3744] Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, online <http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/>, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I023827&tree=Tree1. Hereinafter cited as Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck.
  3. [S3744] Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck, online http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I023665&tree=Tree1
  4. [S3744] Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck, online http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I023828&tree=Tree1

William Ball1

M, #83291, b. 1738, d. between 25 October 1807 and 28 December 1807
FatherCol. Spencer Ball1 b. 14 Mar 1707, d. 11 Feb 1767
MotherFrances (?)1
Last Edited13 Nov 2017
     William Ball was born in 1738 at Coan, Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA.1 He married Hannah Smith, daughter of Joseph Smith and Kitty Anderson, in 1759 at Fauquier Co., Virginia, USA; Hill [1990:27] cites "DAR #248405.1
William Ball died between 25 October 1807 and 28 December 1807 at Warrenton, Fauquier Co., Virginia, USA; Dates are probably for will and probate. Hill [1990:27] cites Fauquier Co., VA Will Bk 4:440-441.1
     Reference: See Hill [1990:27] for information on the children of William and Hannah (Smith) Ball.1

Family

Hannah Smith b. 1740, d. c 1821

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 27. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.

Hannah Smith1

F, #83292, b. 1740, d. circa 1821
FatherJoseph Smith1
MotherKitty Anderson1
Last Edited13 Nov 2017
     Hannah Smith was born in 1740.1 She married William Ball, son of Col. Spencer Ball and Frances (?), in 1759 at Fauquier Co., Virginia, USA; Hill [1990:27] cites "DAR #248405.1
Hannah Smith died circa 1821.1
     Reference: Regarding parents for Hannah Smith, Hill [1990:27] cites "Lucy M. S. Price, The Sidney-Smith & Clagett-Price Genealogy, Shenandoan Publishing House, Strasburg, VA, 1927, p. 40."1

Family

William Ball b. 1738, d. bt 25 Oct 1807 - 28 Dec 1807

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 27. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.

Joseph Smith1

M, #83293
Last Edited13 Nov 2017
     Joseph Smith married Kitty Anderson.1

Family

Kitty Anderson
Child

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 27. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.

Kitty Anderson1

F, #83294
Last Edited13 Nov 2017
     Kitty Anderson married Joseph Smith.1

Family

Joseph Smith
Child

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 27. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.

Jesse Ball1

M, #83295, d. between 1 February 1769 and 13 March 1769
FatherCol. Spencer Ball1 b. 14 Mar 1707, d. 11 Feb 1767
MotherFrances (?)1
Last Edited13 Nov 2017
     Jesse Ball died between 1 February 1769 and 13 March 1769 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA; Died unmarried. Dates are probably for will and probate. Hill [1990:28] cites Northumberland Co., VA Record Bk 7:325.1

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 28. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.

Betty Ball1

F, #83296
FatherCol. Spencer Ball1 b. 14 Mar 1707, d. 11 Feb 1767
MotherFrances (?)1
Last Edited13 Nov 2017
     Betty Ball married William Roane in March 1758 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA; Date is of marriage bond.1
     Reference: See Hill [1990:28] for information on the children of William and Betty (Ball) Roane.1

Reference: Hill [1990:28] cites Essex Co., VA, Will Bk 13:531-632; Wm & Mary Qrtly, 1st series, col. 18:267-268; & Eastwick #25:2.1

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 28. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.

William Roane1

M, #83297
Last Edited13 Nov 2017
     William Roane married Betty Ball, daughter of Col. Spencer Ball and Frances (?), in March 1758 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA; Date is of marriage bond.1
     

Reference: See Hill [1990:28] for information on the children of William and Betty (Ball) Roane.1

Reference: Hill [1990:28] cites Essex Co., VA, Will Bk 13:531-632; Wm & Mary Qrtly, 1st series, col. 18:267-268; & Eastwick #25:2.1

Family

Betty Ball

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 28. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.

Richard Ball1

M, #83298, b. 25 October 1710, d. before 18 June 1735
FatherCapt. Joseph Ball1,2 b. 15 Oct 1680, d. b 15 Sep 1721
MotherMary Mottrom1,2 b. c 1691, d. a 1725
Last Edited9 Aug 2019
     Richard Ball was born on 25 October 1710; Hill [1990:28] cites St. Stephens Parish Register.1
Richard Ball died before 18 June 1735 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA; Hill [1990:28] cites St. Stephens Parish Register.1
     In Capt. Joseph Ball's will dated 19 October 1720 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA, Richard Ball was named as an heir;
From "Early Colonial Settlers..."
     "James Hughes 2006-10-01 12:50:15. A Geanealogy of the Glassell Family , Page 66
WILL OF CAPT. JOSEPH BALL, 1720.
     "In the name of God Amen. I, JOSEPH BALL, of the County of Northumberland, being sick and weak of body, but of perfect mind and memory, praise be to Almighty God for the same, and calling to mind the uncertainty of this life, that it is but a blast, I do therefore make and ordain this to he my last Will and Testament in manner and form following.
     "Imprimis, I give my soul to God that gave it to me, in full and certain hope of pardon and remission for all my sins, and through the merits of my dear and blessed Saviour Jesus Christ, and my body to be decently buried according to the discretion of my Executors hereinafter named: and as for what temporal estate it has pleased Almighty God of his great goodness to bestow upon me, I give and bequeath as follows:
     "Item, I give to my two sons, Spencer and Richard Ball, all that tract of land that I now live on, being about 1500 acres, which was formerly settled on them by deed, but supposing that Spencer's part will take some of the land above the glade, my desire is that the glade shall be the division between them; and I do give my son, Spencer Ball, and his heirs forever, one negro man named Gie, in consideration that he make over to my son, Richard Ball, and his heirs male forever, lawfully begotten of his body, all his right, title and interest of the land aforesaid, lying above the glade, and for the want of such issue, to return again to my son Spencer, &c., and in case my son Spencer fail to perform the same as aforesaid, then I give the aforesaid negro to my son, Richard Ball, and his heirs forever.
     "Item, I give to my daughter, Sarah Ball, my land in Richmond County, to her and her heirs forever, provided my loving wife give each of my two sons, viz: Joseph and William Ball, part of her land at Black Point, but in case my wife should not give my said sons part of her land, that then I give my land in Richmond Co. to my said two sons, Joseph and William Ball, and their heirs forever.
I give my dear and loving wife all the negroes I had with her and one negro boy named Tom, and after her decease I give the said Tom to my son, Richard Ball, and his heirs forever. I give my dear wife my horse named Sprite.
     "Item, I give my son, Richard Ball, one negro man named Cuffy, to him and his heirs forever.
     "Item, I give to my three children, viz., Sarah, Joseph and William Ball, six negroes, viz., Harry, Jenny, Nan, Hannah, Winny and Billy, to them and their heirs forever, and my will is that each of my said children shall have their proportional share of the said negroes and their increase delivered to them, as they, my said children, shall come of age, or at the day of marriage.
     "Item, I give my son Spencer my young black horse.
     "Item, I give all the rest of my estate not heretofore given, unto my dear wife and five children, viz., Spencer, Richard, Sarah, Joseph and William Ball, to be equally divided among them.
     "Item, my will is that my loving brothers, Richard and Geo. Ball, have the tuition of my children and the management of their estate; notwithstanding it is my desire that they do not take my children from their dear mother, upon any account than as they shall think reasonable for the better educating them, nor their estate without she marry again, and that her then husband should prove unkind to my children, and not take provident care of them and their estate, that then my desire is that my said brothers take upon them the whole care of my children and the management of their estate.
     "Item, I do hereby nominate and appoint my dear and loving wife executrix of this my last Will and Testament, and I do revoke and make null and void all former Wills and Testaments by me made, and I do hereby ratify and confirm this to be my last Will and Testament. In witness whereof, I hereunto set my hand and seal this the 19th day of 8ber, 1720.
     "JOSEPH BALL [L.] Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of David Ball, Jno. Jossy, Jno. Lacy. Die 9ber 15, 1721. Probated, North'd County, "to be the last Will and Testament of Capt. Joseph Ball, dec'd," &c. Teste Richard Lee, Cl'k Ct."3

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 28. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.
  2. [S3744] Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, online <http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/>, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I032897&tree=Tree1. Hereinafter cited as Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck.
  3. [S310] Unknown author, will date per A.TOWLER [Nettie], GEnie Sept. 12, 1993 (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Sarah Ball1

F, #83299, b. 10 March 1714
FatherCapt. Joseph Ball1,2 b. 15 Oct 1680, d. b 15 Sep 1721
MotherMary Mottrom1,2 b. c 1691, d. a 1725
Last Edited9 Aug 2019
     Sarah Ball was born on 10 March 1714; Hill [1990:28] cites St. Stephens Parish Register.1 She married William Harding on 14 February 1730/31 at Richmond Co., Virginia, USA; Dates are of marriage bond.1
     Reference: See Hill [1990:28-29] for information on the children of William and Sarah (Ball) Harding.3
In Capt. Joseph Ball's will dated 19 October 1720 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA, Sarah Ball was named as an heir;
From "Early Colonial Settlers..."
     "James Hughes 2006-10-01 12:50:15. A Geanealogy of the Glassell Family , Page 66
WILL OF CAPT. JOSEPH BALL, 1720.
     "In the name of God Amen. I, JOSEPH BALL, of the County of Northumberland, being sick and weak of body, but of perfect mind and memory, praise be to Almighty God for the same, and calling to mind the uncertainty of this life, that it is but a blast, I do therefore make and ordain this to he my last Will and Testament in manner and form following.
     "Imprimis, I give my soul to God that gave it to me, in full and certain hope of pardon and remission for all my sins, and through the merits of my dear and blessed Saviour Jesus Christ, and my body to be decently buried according to the discretion of my Executors hereinafter named: and as for what temporal estate it has pleased Almighty God of his great goodness to bestow upon me, I give and bequeath as follows:
     "Item, I give to my two sons, Spencer and Richard Ball, all that tract of land that I now live on, being about 1500 acres, which was formerly settled on them by deed, but supposing that Spencer's part will take some of the land above the glade, my desire is that the glade shall be the division between them; and I do give my son, Spencer Ball, and his heirs forever, one negro man named Gie, in consideration that he make over to my son, Richard Ball, and his heirs male forever, lawfully begotten of his body, all his right, title and interest of the land aforesaid, lying above the glade, and for the want of such issue, to return again to my son Spencer, &c., and in case my son Spencer fail to perform the same as aforesaid, then I give the aforesaid negro to my son, Richard Ball, and his heirs forever.
     "Item, I give to my daughter, Sarah Ball, my land in Richmond County, to her and her heirs forever, provided my loving wife give each of my two sons, viz: Joseph and William Ball, part of her land at Black Point, but in case my wife should not give my said sons part of her land, that then I give my land in Richmond Co. to my said two sons, Joseph and William Ball, and their heirs forever.
I give my dear and loving wife all the negroes I had with her and one negro boy named Tom, and after her decease I give the said Tom to my son, Richard Ball, and his heirs forever. I give my dear wife my horse named Sprite.
     "Item, I give my son, Richard Ball, one negro man named Cuffy, to him and his heirs forever.
     "Item, I give to my three children, viz., Sarah, Joseph and William Ball, six negroes, viz., Harry, Jenny, Nan, Hannah, Winny and Billy, to them and their heirs forever, and my will is that each of my said children shall have their proportional share of the said negroes and their increase delivered to them, as they, my said children, shall come of age, or at the day of marriage.
     "Item, I give my son Spencer my young black horse.
     "Item, I give all the rest of my estate not heretofore given, unto my dear wife and five children, viz., Spencer, Richard, Sarah, Joseph and William Ball, to be equally divided among them.
     "Item, my will is that my loving brothers, Richard and Geo. Ball, have the tuition of my children and the management of their estate; notwithstanding it is my desire that they do not take my children from their dear mother, upon any account than as they shall think reasonable for the better educating them, nor their estate without she marry again, and that her then husband should prove unkind to my children, and not take provident care of them and their estate, that then my desire is that my said brothers take upon them the whole care of my children and the management of their estate.
     "Item, I do hereby nominate and appoint my dear and loving wife executrix of this my last Will and Testament, and I do revoke and make null and void all former Wills and Testaments by me made, and I do hereby ratify and confirm this to be my last Will and Testament. In witness whereof, I hereunto set my hand and seal this the 19th day of 8ber, 1720.
     "JOSEPH BALL [L.] Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of David Ball, Jno. Jossy, Jno. Lacy. Die 9ber 15, 1721. Probated, North'd County, "to be the last Will and Testament of Capt. Joseph Ball, dec'd," &c. Teste Richard Lee, Cl'k Ct."4

Family

William Harding b. 15 Feb 1712, d. c 1762

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 28. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.
  2. [S3744] Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, online <http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/>, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I032897&tree=Tree1. Hereinafter cited as Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck.
  3. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck, pp. 28-29.
  4. [S310] Unknown author, will date per A.TOWLER [Nettie], GEnie Sept. 12, 1993 (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

William Harding1

M, #83300, b. 15 February 1712, d. circa 1762
Last Edited13 Nov 2017
     William Harding was born on 15 February 1712.1 He married Sarah Ball, daughter of Capt. Joseph Ball and Mary Mottrom, on 14 February 1730/31 at Richmond Co., Virginia, USA; Dates are of marriage bond.1
William Harding died circa 1762.1
     Reference: See Hill [1990:28-29] for information on the children of William and Sarah (Ball) Harding.2

Family

Sarah Ball b. 10 Mar 1714

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 28. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.
  2. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck, pp. 28-29.

Joseph Ball1

M, #83301, b. 2 March 1712, d. 1735
FatherCapt. Joseph Ball1,2 b. 15 Oct 1680, d. b 15 Sep 1721
MotherMary Mottrom1,2 b. c 1691, d. a 1725
Last Edited9 Aug 2019
     Joseph Ball was born on 2 March 1712; Hill [1990:28] cites St. Stephens Parish Register.1
Joseph Ball died in 1735 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA.1
     In Capt. Joseph Ball's will dated 19 October 1720 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA, Joseph Ball was named as an heir;
From "Early Colonial Settlers..."
     "James Hughes 2006-10-01 12:50:15. A Geanealogy of the Glassell Family , Page 66
WILL OF CAPT. JOSEPH BALL, 1720.
     "In the name of God Amen. I, JOSEPH BALL, of the County of Northumberland, being sick and weak of body, but of perfect mind and memory, praise be to Almighty God for the same, and calling to mind the uncertainty of this life, that it is but a blast, I do therefore make and ordain this to he my last Will and Testament in manner and form following.
     "Imprimis, I give my soul to God that gave it to me, in full and certain hope of pardon and remission for all my sins, and through the merits of my dear and blessed Saviour Jesus Christ, and my body to be decently buried according to the discretion of my Executors hereinafter named: and as for what temporal estate it has pleased Almighty God of his great goodness to bestow upon me, I give and bequeath as follows:
     "Item, I give to my two sons, Spencer and Richard Ball, all that tract of land that I now live on, being about 1500 acres, which was formerly settled on them by deed, but supposing that Spencer's part will take some of the land above the glade, my desire is that the glade shall be the division between them; and I do give my son, Spencer Ball, and his heirs forever, one negro man named Gie, in consideration that he make over to my son, Richard Ball, and his heirs male forever, lawfully begotten of his body, all his right, title and interest of the land aforesaid, lying above the glade, and for the want of such issue, to return again to my son Spencer, &c., and in case my son Spencer fail to perform the same as aforesaid, then I give the aforesaid negro to my son, Richard Ball, and his heirs forever.
     "Item, I give to my daughter, Sarah Ball, my land in Richmond County, to her and her heirs forever, provided my loving wife give each of my two sons, viz: Joseph and William Ball, part of her land at Black Point, but in case my wife should not give my said sons part of her land, that then I give my land in Richmond Co. to my said two sons, Joseph and William Ball, and their heirs forever.
I give my dear and loving wife all the negroes I had with her and one negro boy named Tom, and after her decease I give the said Tom to my son, Richard Ball, and his heirs forever. I give my dear wife my horse named Sprite.
     "Item, I give my son, Richard Ball, one negro man named Cuffy, to him and his heirs forever.
     "Item, I give to my three children, viz., Sarah, Joseph and William Ball, six negroes, viz., Harry, Jenny, Nan, Hannah, Winny and Billy, to them and their heirs forever, and my will is that each of my said children shall have their proportional share of the said negroes and their increase delivered to them, as they, my said children, shall come of age, or at the day of marriage.
     "Item, I give my son Spencer my young black horse.
     "Item, I give all the rest of my estate not heretofore given, unto my dear wife and five children, viz., Spencer, Richard, Sarah, Joseph and William Ball, to be equally divided among them.
     "Item, my will is that my loving brothers, Richard and Geo. Ball, have the tuition of my children and the management of their estate; notwithstanding it is my desire that they do not take my children from their dear mother, upon any account than as they shall think reasonable for the better educating them, nor their estate without she marry again, and that her then husband should prove unkind to my children, and not take provident care of them and their estate, that then my desire is that my said brothers take upon them the whole care of my children and the management of their estate.
     "Item, I do hereby nominate and appoint my dear and loving wife executrix of this my last Will and Testament, and I do revoke and make null and void all former Wills and Testaments by me made, and I do hereby ratify and confirm this to be my last Will and Testament. In witness whereof, I hereunto set my hand and seal this the 19th day of 8ber, 1720.
     "JOSEPH BALL [L.] Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of David Ball, Jno. Jossy, Jno. Lacy. Die 9ber 15, 1721. Probated, North'd County, "to be the last Will and Testament of Capt. Joseph Ball, dec'd," &c. Teste Richard Lee, Cl'k Ct."3

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 29. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.
  2. [S3744] Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, online <http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/>, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I032897&tree=Tree1. Hereinafter cited as Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck.
  3. [S310] Unknown author, will date per A.TOWLER [Nettie], GEnie Sept. 12, 1993 (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

William Ball1

M, #83302, b. 1720, d. before 10 June 1745
FatherCapt. Joseph Ball1,2 b. 15 Oct 1680, d. b 15 Sep 1721
MotherMary Mottrom1 b. c 1691, d. a 1725
Last Edited9 Aug 2019
     William Ball was born in 1720 at Coan, Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA.3 He married Hannah Kenner, daughter of Richard Kenner and Elizabeth Heale, on 10 June 1742 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA; Date is for marriage bond.1,3,4
William Ball died before 10 June 1745; died intestate; Hill [1990:29] cites Northumberland co., VA Order Bk 1743-1749:68.1,3
     In Capt. Joseph Ball's will dated 19 October 1720 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA, William Ball was named as an heir;
From "Early Colonial Settlers..."
     "James Hughes 2006-10-01 12:50:15. A Geanealogy of the Glassell Family , Page 66
WILL OF CAPT. JOSEPH BALL, 1720.
     "In the name of God Amen. I, JOSEPH BALL, of the County of Northumberland, being sick and weak of body, but of perfect mind and memory, praise be to Almighty God for the same, and calling to mind the uncertainty of this life, that it is but a blast, I do therefore make and ordain this to he my last Will and Testament in manner and form following.
     "Imprimis, I give my soul to God that gave it to me, in full and certain hope of pardon and remission for all my sins, and through the merits of my dear and blessed Saviour Jesus Christ, and my body to be decently buried according to the discretion of my Executors hereinafter named: and as for what temporal estate it has pleased Almighty God of his great goodness to bestow upon me, I give and bequeath as follows:
     "Item, I give to my two sons, Spencer and Richard Ball, all that tract of land that I now live on, being about 1500 acres, which was formerly settled on them by deed, but supposing that Spencer's part will take some of the land above the glade, my desire is that the glade shall be the division between them; and I do give my son, Spencer Ball, and his heirs forever, one negro man named Gie, in consideration that he make over to my son, Richard Ball, and his heirs male forever, lawfully begotten of his body, all his right, title and interest of the land aforesaid, lying above the glade, and for the want of such issue, to return again to my son Spencer, &c., and in case my son Spencer fail to perform the same as aforesaid, then I give the aforesaid negro to my son, Richard Ball, and his heirs forever.
     "Item, I give to my daughter, Sarah Ball, my land in Richmond County, to her and her heirs forever, provided my loving wife give each of my two sons, viz: Joseph and William Ball, part of her land at Black Point, but in case my wife should not give my said sons part of her land, that then I give my land in Richmond Co. to my said two sons, Joseph and William Ball, and their heirs forever.
I give my dear and loving wife all the negroes I had with her and one negro boy named Tom, and after her decease I give the said Tom to my son, Richard Ball, and his heirs forever. I give my dear wife my horse named Sprite.
     "Item, I give my son, Richard Ball, one negro man named Cuffy, to him and his heirs forever.
     "Item, I give to my three children, viz., Sarah, Joseph and William Ball, six negroes, viz., Harry, Jenny, Nan, Hannah, Winny and Billy, to them and their heirs forever, and my will is that each of my said children shall have their proportional share of the said negroes and their increase delivered to them, as they, my said children, shall come of age, or at the day of marriage.
     "Item, I give my son Spencer my young black horse.
     "Item, I give all the rest of my estate not heretofore given, unto my dear wife and five children, viz., Spencer, Richard, Sarah, Joseph and William Ball, to be equally divided among them.
     "Item, my will is that my loving brothers, Richard and Geo. Ball, have the tuition of my children and the management of their estate; notwithstanding it is my desire that they do not take my children from their dear mother, upon any account than as they shall think reasonable for the better educating them, nor their estate without she marry again, and that her then husband should prove unkind to my children, and not take provident care of them and their estate, that then my desire is that my said brothers take upon them the whole care of my children and the management of their estate.
     "Item, I do hereby nominate and appoint my dear and loving wife executrix of this my last Will and Testament, and I do revoke and make null and void all former Wills and Testaments by me made, and I do hereby ratify and confirm this to be my last Will and Testament. In witness whereof, I hereunto set my hand and seal this the 19th day of 8ber, 1720.
     "JOSEPH BALL [L.] Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of David Ball, Jno. Jossy, Jno. Lacy. Die 9ber 15, 1721. Probated, North'd County, "to be the last Will and Testament of Capt. Joseph Ball, dec'd," &c. Teste Richard Lee, Cl'k Ct."5

Family

Hannah Kenner b. c 1725, d. 1752

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 29. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.
  2. [S3744] Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, online <http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/>, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I032897&tree=Tree1. Hereinafter cited as Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck.
  3. [S3744] Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck, online http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I038583&tree=Tree1
  4. [S3744] Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck, online http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I029358&tree=Tree1
  5. [S310] Unknown author, will date per A.TOWLER [Nettie], GEnie Sept. 12, 1993 (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Hannah Kenner1

F, #83303, b. circa 1725, d. 1752
FatherRichard Kenner2,3 b. c 1691, d. a 18 Jan 1726/27
MotherElizabeth Heale3,4 b. c 1694, d. a 1728
Last Edited9 Aug 2019
     Hannah Kenner was born circa 1725 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA.3 She married William Ball, son of Capt. Joseph Ball and Mary Mottrom, on 10 June 1742 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA; Date is for marriage bond.1,5,3
Hannah Kenner died in 1752 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA.3
     Reference:
From "Early Colonial Settlers..."
     "1713-1749 Northumberland County, Virginia Wills and Administrations: 1726-1729 Record Book, Page 35
Kenner, Richard, of St. Stephens Parish
W. W. 2 February 1725---W0 P. 18 January 1726/7
     "Wife Elizabeth Kenner-two parts of my personal estate during her natural life and after her decease to go to my daughter Hannah Kenner, the other part of my personal estate to be divided equally between my two sons Rodham and Richard Kenner.
     "Son Rodham Kenner•all the tract of land called old "Rodham's" land, to him and the heirs lawfully begotten of his body.
     "Son Richard Kenner-all the tract of land called old "Suche's" •land, to him and the heirs lawfully begotten of his body.
     "Son Richard Kenner-tract of land in Lancaster County which I had by my wife. If my son Rodham Kenner should sue and recover the land from my son Richard Kenner, the land I gave to him to go to my son Richard Kenner.
     "Sons Rodham and Richard Kenner to be sent to England at the age of fourteen to be educated, if my executors think their estates can afford ito
     "Wife Elizabeth-nine negroes vizt: Lieutenant, young Andrew,Sherry, Rose, Jude, Kate, Tom, Mary, and little Hannah.
     "Godson Richard Straughan-two cows and calves to be delivered next fall and one cow and calf the spring followingv two ewes, and one ram
     "Negro Nick-twelve months after my decease to go and live with my sister Elizabeth Debutts during her natural life, and after her decease to be free from bondage.
     "Rest of my negroes to be divided equally between my son Rodham and Richard Kenner and my daughter Hannah Kenner, and to their heirs, to be divided when my son Rodham shall attain the age of twenty one years.
     "Wife Elizabeth, and friend Robert Clark, executors. My wife to act as my executrix only during her widowhood, and if Robert Clark should die, I appoint my two uncles my executors.
     "Sister Frances Spellman-negro girl Carolina and her future increase, to her and her heirs.
     "Sister Hannah Cralle-negro girl Rachell and her future increase to her and her heirs.
Witness: Christopher. Neale. Allen Harvey, and David Straughan.3

; Hill [1990:29] says "Hannah Kenner, sister of Rodham Kenner".1
In Richard Kenner's will dated 2 February 1725 at St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA, Hannah Kenner was named as an heir;
From "Early Colonial Settlers..."
     "1713-1749 Northumberland County, Virginia Wills and Administrations: 1726-1729 Record Book, Page 35
Kenner, Richard, of St. Stephens Parish
W. W. 2 February 1725---W0 P. 18 January 1726/7
     "Wife Elizabeth Kenner - two parts of my personal estate during her natural life and after her decease to go to my daughter Hannah Kenner, the other part of my personal estate to be divided equally between my two sons Rodham and Richard Kenner.
     "Son Rodham Kenner - all the tract of land called old "Rodham's" land, to him and the heirs lawfully begotten of his body.
     "Son Richard Kenner - all the tract of land called old "Suche's" •land, to him and the heirs lawfully begotten of his body.
     "Son Richard Kenner - tract of land in Lancaster County which I had by my wife. If my son Rodham Kenner should sue and recover the land from my son Richard Kenner, the land I gave to him to go to my son Richard Kenner.
     "Sons Rodham and Richard Kenner to be sent to England at the age of fourteen to be educated, if my executors think their estates can afford ito
     "Wife Elizabeth - nine negroes vizt: Lieutenant, young Andrew,Sherry, Rose, Jude, Kate, Tom, Mary, and little Hannah.
     "Godson Richard Straughan - two cows and calves to be delivered next fall and one cow and calf the spring followingv two ewes, and one ram
     "Negro Nick-twelve months after my decease to go and live with my sister Elizabeth Debutts during her natural life, and after her decease to be free from bondage.
     "Rest of my negroes to be divided equally between my son Rodham and Richard Kenner and my daughter Hannah Kenner, and to their heirs, to be divided when my son Rodham shall attain the age of twenty one years.
     "Wife Elizabeth, and friend Robert Clark, executors. My wife to act as my executrix only during her widowhood, and if Robert Clark should die, I appoint my two uncles my executors.
     "Sister Frances Spellman - negro girl Carolina and her future increase, to her and her heirs.
     "Sister Hannah Cralle - negro girl Rachell and her future increase to her and her heirs.
Witness: Christopher. Neale. Allen Harvey, and David Straughan.2

Family

William Ball b. 1720, d. b 10 Jun 1745

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 29. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.
  2. [S3744] Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, online <http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/>, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I040391&tree=Tree1. Hereinafter cited as Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck.
  3. [S3744] Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck, online http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I029358&tree=Tree1
  4. [S3744] Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck, online http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I032779&tree=Tree1
  5. [S3744] Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck, online http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I038583&tree=Tree1

William Banks1

M, #83304, b. before 1755, d. circa 1815
FatherGerrard Banks (II)1 b. c 1705, d. bt 20 Mar 1776 - 7 Feb 1780
MotherAnn Stanton1 b. 1715, d. 1 Dec 1791
Last Edited14 Aug 2019
     William Banks was born before 1755 at Culpeper Co., Virginia, USA.1
William Banks died circa 1815 at Patrick Co., Virginia, USA.1
     Reference:
From "Early Colonial Settlers...":
     "WILL: Written: March 20, 1776, probated: February 7, 1780, Book 1, Page (315) or 515 -- Leaves all the estate to his wife for her life or widowhood.1 "
In Gerrard Banks (II)'s will dated 20 March 1776 at Virginia, USA, William Banks was named as executor;
From "Early Colonial Settlers...":
     "WILL: Written: March 20, 1776, probated: February 7, 1780, Book 1, Page (315) or 515 -- Leaves all the estate to his wife for her life or widowhood, "at her decease land I live on, on south side of Bly's Path to the main branch that empties into Buffalo river just above Cabell's Mill to go to Son William for life and at his decease to go to son Reuben;
to daughters Mary and Sarah the Banks slaves;
To Sons: Linn, and Adam 5 shillings each; to Elizabeth Hume and Rachel Higginbotham (both my daughters) 5 shillings each;
grandson, Gerard to have one horse, saddle & bridle to the value of 15 pounds to be furnished him by sons William and Reuben out of what I give them and I desire my grandson may have a good schooling to be paid for by my sons William and Reuben. (The wills of Amherst County, VA 1761-1865) The Codicil, dated Dec 22, 1779, revokes "part of my will giving negro Sam to sons William and Thomas and leaves him as part of the Widows property which is at her death or remarriage to be divided between sons William, Thomas and Reuben and Daughters Mary and Sarah Banks. Witnesses: David Shepherd, Gabl. Penn, Geo. Penn, Lawrence Campbell, Eliz. Howell. Ux; son, William.
     "Part of Will of Gerard Banks, Feb. 7, 1780; Amherst County, VA Will book 1, (1761-1780) Reel 17, p. 515-517.
     "Item 1, land unto my beloved wife during her life or widowhood all my estate & at her decease I give to my son William Banks all that part of tract of land whereon I now live that lies on S. side of Bly path to the main branch that empties into Buffalo just above Cabell Mill and a Negro man named Sam during his life and at his decease
     "I give the said land unto my son Reuben Banks to him and his heirs forever, and the said Negro Sam to my son Thomas Banks to him & his heirs forever.
     "Item I give unto my son Reuben Banks, one Negro man named Ben to him & his heirs forever.
     "Item I give unto my daughter Mary Banks a boy called Scott and a Negro woman named Diane to her & her heirs forever.
     "Item I give unto my daughter Sarah Banks, one Negro girl named Grace during her life an in case she should die without ______I then give the said Negro Grace to my son Reuben Banks to him & his heirs forever.
     "Item I give unto my son Linn Banks & Adam Banks each five shillings & unto Elizabeth Hume & Rachel Higginbotham, (both daughters) five shillings each.
     "Item the land whereon I now live at the decease of my beloved wife or her second marriage I give to my son Reuben Banks to him & his heirs forever.
     "Item I give to my grandson Gerrard Banks one horse, saddle & bridle of the value of fifteen pounds to be furnished by my son William & Reuben Banks out of what I give them, and good schooling I desire my said grandson may have & paid for by my sons William & Reuben Banks also.
     "Item at the decease of my beloved wife or second marriage all my whole & sole estate not otherwise disposed after paying all my just debts I give to be equally dived between my sons William, Thomas, Reuben Banks and my daughters Mary & Sarah Banks to them & their heirs forever and lastly do I appoint for Executors to this my last will and testament my two sons William & Reuben Banks.
Title: Will Probate
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Official Document
Page: Dated 3/29/1776
Text: Pr. 2/7/1780, Amherst Co, VA."2

Citations

  1. [S3744] Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, online <http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/>, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I081410&tree=Tree1. Hereinafter cited as Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck.
  2. [S3744] Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck, online http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I042060&tree=Tree1

Col. Rodham Kenner1

M, #83305, b. 2 January 1717/18, d. 8 August 1743
FatherRichard Kenner2,3 b. c 1691, d. a 18 Jan 1726/27
MotherElizabeth Heale3 b. c 1694, d. a 1728
Last Edited9 Aug 2019
     Col. Rodham Kenner was born on 2 January 1717/18 at St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA.3

His estate was probated on 18 January 1726/27 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA.3
He married Susanna Opie, daughter of John Opie and Ann (?), on 24 April 1735 at St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA;
Her 1st husband.4,1
Col. Rodham Kenner died on 8 August 1743 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA, at age 25.3
     Reference:
From "Early Colonial Settlers..."
     "1713-1749 Wills-Admin Northumberland Co Va, (Lewis & Booker): 261a
TURNER, John of St. Stephens, Northumberland County, Virginia.
Will Written 6 Dec 1741 Will Proved 12 Apr 1742
Wife - Febie TURNER - negro wench Isabell during her natural life and then to son John TURNER.
Son Henry TURNER - tract of land called "Opies Quarter" and twenty four acres, bought from Rodham KENNER, being one hundred and twenty four acres, to him and his lawfully begotten heirs, if none to son George Turner and the lawfully begotten heirs of his body, if none to have and land and negro when he comes of age or married.
Son George Turner - negro girl Lucy at the age of twenty one or marriage.
Daughter Elizabeth HAYDEN - negro boy Adam which her husband has in her possession in full of their part.
     "Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800;
HEALE, John. 27 Nov. 1737. Rec. 13 Jan. 1738.
Legatees: Sister, Mrs. Hanah Ball and her children. Brother, Capt. George Heale's children; brother, William Heale's daugh- ter, Betty. Cousins: Roadham Kenner and his sister. Nephew George Heale, son of my brother, William Heale, dec'd. Brother: Joseph Heale. Others-Henry Jenkins, Joseph Carter, John Rogers, William Stamps. Exors: George Heale, and John Rogers. Wits: William Ball Jr., James Bailey, Joseph Carter and Gavin Lawry. W.B. 13, p. 74.
     "1713-1749 Northumberland County, Virginia Wills and Administrations: 1726-1729 Record Book, Page 35
Kenner, Richard, of St. Stephens Parish
W. W. 2 February 1725---W0 P. 18 January 1726/7
Wife Elizabeth Kenner-two parts of my personal estate during her natural life and after her decease to go to my daughter Hannah Kenner, the other part of my personal estate to be divided equally between my two sons Rodham and Richard Kenner.
Son Rodham Kenner all the tract of land called old "Rodham's" land, to him and the heirs lawfully begotten of his body.
Son Richard Kenner-all the tract of land called old "Suche's" •land, to him and the heirs lawfully begotten of his body.
Son Richard Kenner-tract of land in Lancaster County which I had by my wife. If my son Rodham Kenner should sue and recover the land from my son Richard Kenner, the land I gave to him to go to my son Richard Kenner.
Sons Rodham and Richard Kenner to be sent to England at the age of fourteen to be educated, if my executors think their estates can afford it
Wife Elizabeth-nine negroes vizt: Lieutenant, young Andrew,Sherry, Rose, Jude, Kate, Tom, Mary, and little Hannah.
Godson Richard Straughan-two cows and calves to be delivered
next fall and one cow and calf the spring followingv two ewes, and one ram
Negro Nick-twelve months after my decease to go and live with my sister Elizabeth Debutts during her natural life, and after her decease to be free from bondage.
Rest of my negroes to be divided equally between my son Rodham and Richard Kenner and my daughter Hannah Kenner, and to their heirs, to be divided when my son Rodham shall attain the age of twenty one years.
Wife Elizabeth, and friend Robert Clark, executors. My wife to act as my executrix only during her widowhood, and if Robert Clark should die, I appoint my two uncles my executors.
Sister Frances Spellman-negro girl Carolina and her future increase, to her and her heirs.
Sister Hannah Cralle-negro girl Rachell and her future increase
to her and her heirs.
Witness: Christopher. Neale. Allen Harvey, and David Straughan."3

; Hill [1990:29] names wife of William bal (d bef 10 June 1745) as "Hannah Kenner, sister of Rodham Kenner", but I'm not certain which Rodham she is referring to.2 Col. Rodham Kenner was also known as Rodham Kenner.2
In Richard Kenner's will dated 2 February 1725 at St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA, Col. Rodham Kenner was named as an heir;
From "Early Colonial Settlers..."
     "1713-1749 Northumberland County, Virginia Wills and Administrations: 1726-1729 Record Book, Page 35
Kenner, Richard, of St. Stephens Parish
W. W. 2 February 1725---W0 P. 18 January 1726/7
     "Wife Elizabeth Kenner - two parts of my personal estate during her natural life and after her decease to go to my daughter Hannah Kenner, the other part of my personal estate to be divided equally between my two sons Rodham and Richard Kenner.
     "Son Rodham Kenner - all the tract of land called old "Rodham's" land, to him and the heirs lawfully begotten of his body.
     "Son Richard Kenner - all the tract of land called old "Suche's" •land, to him and the heirs lawfully begotten of his body.
     "Son Richard Kenner - tract of land in Lancaster County which I had by my wife. If my son Rodham Kenner should sue and recover the land from my son Richard Kenner, the land I gave to him to go to my son Richard Kenner.
     "Sons Rodham and Richard Kenner to be sent to England at the age of fourteen to be educated, if my executors think their estates can afford ito
     "Wife Elizabeth - nine negroes vizt: Lieutenant, young Andrew,Sherry, Rose, Jude, Kate, Tom, Mary, and little Hannah.
     "Godson Richard Straughan - two cows and calves to be delivered next fall and one cow and calf the spring followingv two ewes, and one ram
     "Negro Nick-twelve months after my decease to go and live with my sister Elizabeth Debutts during her natural life, and after her decease to be free from bondage.
     "Rest of my negroes to be divided equally between my son Rodham and Richard Kenner and my daughter Hannah Kenner, and to their heirs, to be divided when my son Rodham shall attain the age of twenty one years.
     "Wife Elizabeth, and friend Robert Clark, executors. My wife to act as my executrix only during her widowhood, and if Robert Clark should die, I appoint my two uncles my executors.
     "Sister Frances Spellman - negro girl Carolina and her future increase, to her and her heirs.
     "Sister Hannah Cralle - negro girl Rachell and her future increase to her and her heirs.
Witness: Christopher. Neale. Allen Harvey, and David Straughan.5

Col. Rodham Kenner left a will on 1 March 1742/43 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA;
From "Early Colonial Settlers..."
     "1713-1749 Northumberland County VA Wills: Lewis & Booker; Page 261a Kenner, Rodham of St. Stephens Parish
W. W. 1 March.1742/37--W. P, 8 August 1743
Wife Susanna Kenner - my chair and horses, servant boy James,one third part of all my land, negroes and personal estate during her natural life and at her decease the said negroes and their increase to be equally divided between my two sons Richad and Rodham.
Son Richard Kenner - all that tract of land called "Old Rodoms," and one third part of all my negroes and personal estate.
Son Rodham Kenner - all that tract of land called "Old Trussels" and one third part of all my negroes and personal estate.
If my son Richard Kenner or his heirs should sue and recover said land giving to Rodham, then Rodham to have the negroes and their increase given to my son Richard,
Wife Susanna Kenner, and brotherin-law Lindsey Opie, Major John Waughop, and John Kennedy, executor.
Witness: Joseph McAdam and David. Morgan."3

Family

Susanna Opie b. 5 Feb 1719/20, d. b 10 May 1748
Child

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 50. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.
  2. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck, p. 29.
  3. [S3744] Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, online <http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/>, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I026960&tree=Tree1. Hereinafter cited as Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck.
  4. [S3744] Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck, online http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I030866&tree=Tree1
  5. [S3744] Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck, online http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I040391&tree=Tree1

Anthony Haynie1

M, #83306, b. circa 1651, d. 31 January 1709
FatherJohn Haynie2,3 b. 1624, d. b 22 Jul 1697
MotherJane Morris3 b. b 1628, d. 1674
Last Edited12 Aug 2019
     Anthony Haynie was born circa 1651 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA.3 He married Sarah Harris circa 1688 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA;
Her 1st husband.1,4,3,5
Anthony Haynie died on 31 January 1709 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA.4

His estate was probated on 10 June 1710 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA.4,3

     Reference:
From "Early Colonial Settlers":
     "1706-1713 Order Book Part 2 - Northumberland Co Va; Hamrick: Pg 664
Northumberland County Court - 21st day of June 1710
Probate of the Last Will and Testament of ANTHONY HAYNIE is granted to SARAH HAYNIE and GRACE BALL Executrixes therein named the said Will being proved by the Oaths of RICHARD BALL and HANCOCK NICHOLLS Witnesses thereto and is Recorded.
     "Northumberland County, Virginia Record Book 17, 1706-1720, re-recorded records, p. 107.
I give unto my loving wife Sarah Haynie, the daughter of my father-in-law John Harris, the hundred acres of land the sd. Harris gave unto me by deed of sale &c., to her and the heirs of her body &c. . . . Unto my wife Sarah Haynie and my daughter Grace Ball and their heirs &c. all the land or lands belonging unto me Except one Moyety of or half of the land I have Joyning on the land of Coll. Peter Hack, the which Excepted Moyety I give unto my brother John Haynie &c. Provided my brother John pay an Equall part of the charge with my wife and daughter from the Date of the Deed of the sd. land to me and of what charge they shall be att untill they are possessed of it . . . if brother John refuse, sd. land to wife and daughter to be equally divided between them . . . my wife and daughter Grace Ball Exors."
Wit: Richard Ball, Hancock Nicholls, Fransisin Frizele, John Harris.
     "Old Rappahannock Co Va Order Book - 1689-1692; Antient Press: pg 215
- Rappahannock County Court 1st of July 1691
- ANN REYNOLDS this day in open Court made Oath upon the Holy Evangelists that the bastard Child borne of her body lately was begotten by JOHN DODD
- This day JAMES ORCHARD for & on behalfe of ANN REYNOLDS confessed Judgmt. to the Church Wardens of Sittingburne Parish for the use of the Parish for Five hundred pounds of tobb: being the fine by Law due from the sd ANN REYNOLDS for comitting the sin of fornication, wch: this Court have ordered to be pd. wth cost of suit
- This day ANN REIGHNOLDS in open Court did binde her Son ANTHONY HEYNEY an Apprentice to JAMES ORCHARD to serve him the sd ORCHARD his Executrs. Admistrs. untill he shall arive unto the age of one & twenty years, the sd ANTHONY being three years old on the 21st of 9br: Ano. 1690."3

Family

Sarah Harris b. c 1672, d. b 10 Jul 1749
Child

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 29. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.
  2. [S3744] Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, online <http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/>, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I041690&tree=Tree1. Hereinafter cited as Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck.
  3. [S3744] Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck, online http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I032901&tree=Tree1
  4. [S4450] Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Tidewater Virginia Families (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1989), p. 653. Hereinafter cited as Davis [1989] Tidewater Virginia Families.
  5. [S3744] Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck, online http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I032902&tree=Tree1

Sarah Harris1

F, #83307, b. circa 1672, d. before 10 July 1749
Last Edited12 Aug 2019
     Sarah Harris was born circa 1672 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA.2 She married Anthony Haynie, son of John Haynie and Jane Morris, circa 1688 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA;
Her 1st husband.1,3,4,2 Sarah Harris married Francis Waddy circa 1711 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA;
Her 2nd husband.5
Sarah Harris died before 10 July 1749 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA; Date of probate of will.1,2
     Reference:
From "Early Colonial Settlers":
     "1747-1749 Record Book Northumberland Co Va, (Lewis & Booker): Page 336
Waddy, Sarah
W. W. 10 May 1746---Codicil 23 August 1746---W. P. 10 July 1749
Grandson John Ball-use of negro man George during his natural life, and after his death negro George to go to my four grandsons vizt: George, David, Richard, and Joseph Ball.
Grandson Joseph Ball-negro woman Nan.
Grandson Thomas Ball(the son of my grandson George Ball)-negro girl Moll, Grandaughter Sarah Dameron-use of negro girl Betty during her natural life, and after her death to my grandaughter Grace Dameron. Also my bed, bolster, bedstead, and furniture belonging to said bed.
Daughter Grace Ball-the use of negro woman Hannah during her natural life, and after her death to my four grandsons vizt: George, David, Richard, and Joseph Ball.
Grandaughter Sarah Dameron-four hundred pounds of tobacco a year for ten years (if it should please God she should live so long),to be paid by my daughter Grace Ball. Also my iron bound chest, my large bible, and common prayer book.
Daughter Grace Ball-all my negroes not given.
Five grandsons John, George, David, Richard, and Joseph Ball- the rest" of my estate, to be divided equally between them.
Grandson George Ball, executor,
Witness: David Ball
CODICIL: Grandson. John Ball-my new safe, great table,great trunk, and my case of draws.
     "1706-1713 Order Book Part 2 - Northumberland Co Va; Hamrick: Pg 664
Northumberland County Court - 21st day of June 1710
Probate of the Last Will and Testament of ANTHONY HAYNIE is granted to SARAH HAYNIE and GRASE BALL Executrixes therein named the said Will being proved by the Oaths of RICHARD BALL and HANCOCK NICHOLLS Witnesses thereto and is Recorded.
     "Northumberland County, Virginia Record Book 17, 1706-1720, re-recorded records, p. 107.
I give unto my loving wife Sarah Haynie, the daughter of my father-in-law John Harris, the hundred acres of land the sd. Harris gave unto me by deed of sale &c., to her and the heirs of her body &c. . . . Unto my wife Sarah Haynie and my daughter Grace Ball and their heirs &c. all the land or lands belonging unto me Except one Moyety of or half of the land I have Joyning on the land of Coll. Peter Hack, the which Excepted Moyety I give unto my brother John Haynie &c. Provided my brother John pay an Equall part of the charge with my wife and daughter from the Date of the Deed of the sd. land to me and of what charge they shall be att untill they are possessed of it . . . if brother John refuse, sd. land to wife and daughter to be equally divided between them . . . my wife and daughter Grace Ball Exors."
Wit: Richard Ball, Hancock Nicholls, Fransisin Frizele, John Harris.
     "1706-1713 Order Book Part 2 - Northumberland Co Va; Hamrick: Pg 824
Northumberland County Court - June 18, 1713
- the Last Will and Testament of JOHN HARRIS deceased was presented in Court by SARAH HAYNIE and GEORGE BALL his Executors who made oath thereto And being proved by the oaths of HANCOCK NICKLESS and JOSIAS DAMERON witnesses thereto is admitted to record and on the motion of the said SARAH HAYNIE and GEORGE BALL and the performing what is usual in such Cases Certificate is granted them for obtaining a probate thereof in due form.
     "1713-1749 Northumberland County, Virginia Wills and Administrations: Page 144a
Ball, George
W. W. 14 April 1746---W. P. 9 June 1746
My mother-in-law Sarah Waddy-the land that she now lives on and one half of my tract of land I now live on, during her natural life.
Wife Grace Ball-one half of the tract of land I now live on
during her natural life, and if my wife should outlive her mother, she to have the other half during her natural life in lieu of her dower of my lands elsewhere.
Son John Ball-use of all the other tracts of land except one hundred acres adjoining along "Waddy's Creek", which I give to my son David Ball after the death of his grandmother and mother, during my son David's natural life.
if my son John Ball's wife Margaret should depart this life before my son John, and my son John Ball should marry again and have issue of his body by his then wife, that the said issue have the said land, and if he should not have issue my son George Ball to have the land I live on, and he to make over to my son David Ball his land.
Son John Ball-the use of that part of my land in St. Stephens Parish that I bought of my mother-in-law Sarah Waddy, bounded northerly and easterly upon Colo. Mottrom and Dodson, southerly and westerly upon a new line of marked trees as per deed acknowledged to me in the General Court, during his natural life to him and his issue and if none to my son David Ball and his heirs.
Son George Ball-the four parcels I purchased of Jno. Bledsoe, John Nichles, Thos. Dameron, and William Bently. Also two hundred acres of land in King George County, the southermost part adjoining to the land of Scott's, with the plantation not to include above a third part of ye choice level land next adjoining to the land of William Harding.
son Richard Ball-two hundred acres of land, most north eastermost corner in King George County, including one third part of the choice level land lying next adjoining to the land of William Harding, to him and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten,and for want of such heirs to my son George Ball. Also one hundred and fifty acres of land in St. Stephens Parish in Northumberland County, to him and the heirs of his body, and for want of such issue to my son David Ball.
Son Joseph Ball-all the remainder part of my land in King George County to him and his heirs, and for want of such heirs to my son Richard Ball and the heirs of his body, and for want of such heirs to my son George Ball and his heirs.
Son Joseph Ball-my water mill lying in St. Stephens Parish, after the widowhood of his mother.
My son Joseph Ball-at all times to grind free all my son John Ball's corn during his natural life, that is for the use of his farm. If my son Joseph Ball dies without lawful' issue the mill to go to my son David Ball, except one third part to my son John Ball during his natural life and then to the heirs of his body by a second wife, and if no such issue to my son David Ball and his heirs.
Wife Grace Ball-negro Tom to her and her heirs; and the use of five negroes vizt; Robin, Dick, Dinah, Mime, and young Sorofee,
and their increase during her natural life, and then they to go to my son George Ball.
Two sons John, and George Ball-my copper still and worm.
Son George Ball-my water mill in Wicco. Parish after the widowhood of his mother and he to grind my son John Ball's corn in Wicco. Parish for his family during John's natural life.
Son David Ball-all my law books, my watch, and chair and harness, and no more of my personal estate. It is not for any disrespect to my son, but my deceased brother David Ball has given him a considerable estate.
Daughter Sarah Dameron-negro woman named Arrobell and her daughter Franky and their increase, also the personal estate that is in her possession.
Thirty pounds current money to be raised out of my estate-to buy land for my grandson George Dameron.
Daughter Harris Ball-seven negroes vizt: Sorofee, Rose, Beety, Letty, Barbara, Betty, and Sinah and their future increase. Daughter Grace Burn-five negroes vizt: Jone, Sue, Abraham,Tibitha, and Jesse, and their future increase.
Son John Ball-the use of six negroes vizt: Sam, Phillis, Ben, Humphry, young Rose, and young Torn, during his natural life and then to the heirs of his body, lawfully begotten by a second wife, and for want of such issue to be equally divided between my four sons George, David, Richard, and Joseph Ball,
Son George Ball-four negroes vizt: Will, Betty, Peter, and George.
Also my writing desk, new saddle and bridle, pistols and holsters, pettycoat, the owson(housing)that is silver laced, and the use of the personal estate he has already received.
Son Richard Ball-three negroes vizt: Crowner, Judey, and Moll, one feather bed, bolster, bedstead, rugg and blanket, and the rest of the personal estate he has already received.
Money to be raised out of my estate-to pay for the building and furnishing of my son Richard Ball's house.
Son Joseph Ball-two negroes vizt: Jaety and Laney, the large table and looking glass in the hall, after the death of his mother. Money to be raised out of my estate-to pay for the building and furnishing of my son Joseph Ball's house, and also money for my son Joseph Ball to complete his paying for the land that he bought of his cousin Jesse Ball.
Son John Ball-after the death of his mother, my desk and bookcase that stands in the hall, the oval table in the chamber, and the rest of the personal estate he has already received.
Daughter Harris Ball-a good bed and furniture, four. dutch chairs, two pewter. dishes and six plates, and the horse and bridle called hers.
Rest of my personal estate not already given-to be equally divided between my wife and son Joseph Ball.
Daughter Harris Ball-the use of my house called a necessary, during her maiden life. Also sufficient ground on the plantation I now live on for her slave to work, and house room for corn and tobacco. Estate not to be appraised.
Wife Grace Ball, and my son George Ball, executors.
Witness: John Ball, David Ball, and Richard Ball."2

Family 1

Anthony Haynie b. c 1651, d. 31 Jan 1709
Child

Family 2

Francis Waddy b. b 1680, d. b 21 May 1735

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 29. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.
  2. [S3744] Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, online <http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/>, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I032902&tree=Tree1. Hereinafter cited as Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck.
  3. [S4450] Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Tidewater Virginia Families (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1989), p. 653. Hereinafter cited as Davis [1989] Tidewater Virginia Families.
  4. [S3744] Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck, online http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I032901&tree=Tree1
  5. [S3744] Early Settlers of So Md and VA Northern Neck, online http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/, https://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I085596&tree=Tree1

Francis Waddy1

M, #83308
Last Edited13 Nov 2017
     Francis Waddy married Grace Haynie, daughter of Anthony Haynie and Sarah Harris, after 1746; her 2nd husband, her 1st husband d. in 1746.1
     ; Hill [1990:29] cites "Record Bk 1747-1749:144a, 336, Order Bk 1713-1719:98, 100, 17 Feb 1712."1

Family

Grace Haynie d. bt 9 Nov 1751 - 10 Feb 1752

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 29. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.

John Ball1

M, #83309, b. 1715, d. between 12 October 1750 and 8 April 1751
FatherCapt. George Ball1 b. c 1683, d. bt 14 Apr 1746 - 9 Jun 1746
MotherGrace Haynie1 d. bt 9 Nov 1751 - 10 Feb 1752
Last Edited13 Nov 2017
     John Ball married Margaret Pinkard, daughter of Thiomas Pinkard and Elizabeth Downman.1 John Ball was born in 1715.1 He and Margaret Pinkard were divorced in 1740; per Hill [1990:29]: "John's will states that he & Margaret separated in 1740."1
John Ball died between 12 October 1750 and 8 April 1751 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA; Hill [1990:29] cites Northumberland Co., VA, Record Bk #1:282.1

His estate was probated on 8 April 1751 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA.1

     In Capt. George Ball's will dated 14 April 1746 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA, John Ball was named as an heir;
Hill [1990:29] cites Northumberland Co., VA, Record Bk 1743-1749:144a-145a.
     per Tyler [1915:176]: "...names in his will sons George, John, David, Richard, Joseph, and daughter Harris Downman."1,2

John Ball left a will on 12 October 1750 at Northumberland Co., Virginia, USA.1

Family

Margaret Pinkard
Child

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 29. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.
  2. [S3818] LL. D. (ed.) Lyon Gardiner Tyler, compiler, Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography (Baltimore, MD: Reprint: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. - Original: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., NY, 1998 Reprint of 1915 edition), p. 176 seen on Ancestry.com on 20 Dec 2018 at: https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/48228/VABiographyI-000435-178/249598?backurl=https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/20817937/person/19470487154/facts/citation/74619877439/edit/record#?imageId=VABiographyI-000435-178. Hereinafter cited as Tyler (1915) - Enc of VA Biography.
  3. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck, pp. 28-29.

Margaret Pinkard1

F, #83310
FatherThiomas Pinkard1
MotherElizabeth Downman1
Last Edited13 Nov 2017
     Margaret Pinkard married John Ball, son of Capt. George Ball and Grace Haynie.1 Margaret Pinkard and John Ball were divorced in 1740; per Hill [1990:29]: "John's will states that he & Margaret separated in 1740."1 Margaret Pinkard married David Boyd after 1740; per Hill [1990:29]: "[her first husband's] will states that he & Margaret separated in 1740."1

Family 1

John Ball b. 1715, d. bt 12 Oct 1750 - 8 Apr 1751
Child

Family 2

David Boyd

Citations

  1. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Ball Families of Virginia's Northern Neck: An Outline (n.p.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Inc., 1990
    P. O. Box 97, Lancaster, VA 22503, 1990), p. 29. Hereinafter cited as Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck.
  2. [S388] Compiled by Margaret Lester Hill, Hill [1990] Ball Families of VA's Northern Neck, pp. 28-29.