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Re: Harry Bingham Ballou Jr. of Medford MA
Posted by: Denise Jones (ID *****3965) Date: April 17, 2004 at 07:55:11
In Reply to: Harry Bingham Ballou Jr. of Medford MA by David Ballou of 959

Harry Bingham Ballou Jr. was the son of Harry Bingham Ballou, son of Ira H. BALLOU and Edith Cordelia Bingham who was born 20 Jul 1831 in Concord, Essex, Vermont; d. Feb 1886 or Mar 1887-Boston, Mass. They had four children: Nellie R. Ballou (b. 1851), Frank O. Ballou (b. 1853), Harry Bingham Ballou (b. 1861), and one other.

For more information, see:
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~dagjones/captdavidperry/pafg05.htm#2470

Edith [Bingham] Ballou was the daughter of Warner Bingham, who was the son of Sarah (Sally) Perry, who was the daughter of Capt. David Perry. Capt. Perry was a veteran of the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary War. He wrote his autobiography for his posterity in 1819; his story is quite remarkable. See:
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~dagjones/captdavidperry/

Are you a descendant of Ira and Edith [Bingham] Ballou? If so, you are a descendant of Capt. David Perry.

I would like to know more about Harry Bingham Ballou Jr., and about the children of Ira and Edith [Bingham] Ballou. Can you tell me more? Please e-mail me.


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