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Posted by: Diane Killeen (ID *****3817) Date: March 16, 2005 at 05:51:19
In Reply to: Re: Has anyone read this current book on King Philip's War? by Adam Flint of 143

Hi there,
I am also a descendant of Ball relatives:

1 John Ball b: Abt. 1585 in Wiltshire, England              d: 1 November 1655 in Concord, Middlesex Co., MA
2        Nathaniel Ball       b: Abt. 1625 in England               d: 18 April 1709
+Unknown Mary              m: Abt. 1648       
d: 14 February 1668/69
3 Nathaniel Ball       b: 5 July 1663       d: 4 March 1724/25
+Mary Brooks       b: 3 April 1666              d: 1726
4 Samuel Ball       b: 24 March 1696/97              
+Abigail Unknown                     
5 Samuel Ball       b: Bet. 1727 - 1731              
+Persis Flagg d: 23 January 1798 Mass.
6 Thankful Ball       
b: 22 February 1748/49 in Concord,
Middlesex Co., MA
d: 17 January 1811 in Lancaster, MA
+Ephraim Robbins, Jr       
b: 13 May 1748 in Harvard, MA       
m: 19 December 1777 in Concord, MA        d: 13 December 1828 in Lancaster, MA

My line continues through the Robbins family and includes many Warners of New York.
I look forward to comparing notes cousin

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