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Some Related BALL, STUART and STEWART Families of Alabama [Kindle Edition]

Donna R Causey

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Book Description

Save yourself considerable time, work and expense! This book includes genealogy information, sources and notes on Alabama descendants of John Ball (1675-1722) of Stafford County, Virginia and Alexander Stuart (1675-1712).

Sample the e-book to see the first two sections which includes a descendant outline of John Ball and Alexander Stuart to see if this is your family line.


JOHN BALL DESCENDANTS

John Ball was born 1675 in Stafford Co., Virginia and died 1722 in Stafford County, Virginia. He married Winnifred Williams on Mary 9, 1713 in Charles Co., Maryland. He and his wife had descendants in Alabama. His son, Moses Ball, the ancestor of Alabama descendants, received a grant from Lord Fairfax and lived near General George Washington.

John and his wife Winnifred (Williams) Ball had the following children:

1.James Ball (b.1698)
2.Mary Ball (ca. 1698)
3.Thomas Ball (b. ca. 1703)
4.Dinah Ball (b. ca. 1704)
5.Martha Ball (b. 1708)
6.Ann Ball (b. 1712)
7.John Ball (b. 1714)
8.Moses Ball (b. May 2, 1717)
9.George Ball (b. ca. 1720)


Descendant surnames include: ALIM, BAILEY, BRASHEAR, BREEDING, BROTHERTON, DALTON, DAUGHERTY, FULLER, HANSARD, HANSON, HARDIN, HAWS, HESS, HOBBS, HUBBARD, HUGHES, JACKSON, JOHNSON, JONES, KELLY, LOCKHART, LONG, MAY, MCDANIEL, MITCHELL, MULLINS, PRICE, ROBBINS, STRAUS, STEWART, TATE, THOMAS, THRIFT, TUNNELL, WARREN, WEATHELY, WEATHERLY, WHITT, WILLIAMS, WILSON

ALEXANDER STUART

Alexander Stuart was born in either Scotland or Ireland in 1675. He married Catherine Montgomery in 1705. He and his wife have descendants in Talladega, Alabama. The last name was changed to Stewart in later descendants. Alexander and Catherine had the following known children:

!.Alexander Stuart (b. 1706 Londonderry, Northern Ireland)
2.Mary Catherine Stuart Calhoun (b. 1713 Londnderry, Northern Ireland) She married John Noble

Descendant surnames include: AIKEN, BALL, BALLARD, BARRON, BICKEL, BIGGER, BUCHHOLZ, BURKETT, BURNS, CALDWELL, CALHOUN, CARTER, COWAN, DEAN, DUNCAN, DURRETT, ETHERIDGE, FRENCH, GALLAGHER, GILMAN, GLEATON, GRAY, GREEN, HARBISON, HANSARD, HENSLEE, HOLBROOK, HOLCOMBE, HOLLEY, HOLLINGSWORTH, HUTTON, JONES, JORDAN, KERR, KING, KISER, MARTIN, MASSEY, MCCALLA, MCCLAIN, MCCORD, MCELROY, MCELWAIN, MCFADDEN, MEADOR, MINOR, MONTGOMERY, NEWMAN, NICHOLS, NOBLE, OGDEN, PEARMAN, PLATT, PLEMONS, RAY, ROBERTS, ROBINSON, SHERMAN, SMITHERMAN, SPENCE, STANCEL, STEWART, STRIPLIN, TREADWAY, WALKER, WEATHERLY, WEST

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About The Author
Donna R. Causey is a native of Alabama. Donna has a passion for history and owns the website www.alabamapioneers.com. She has also authored numerous genealogy books. Ribbon of love is the first in her historical fiction series, Tapestry of Love, set in colonial Virginia. Faith and Courage is the second in the series. Type Donna R. Causey in the search box above to see all her books.


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  • File Size: 268 KB
  • Print Length: 132 pages
  • Publisher: Donway Publishing (June 16, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DG3TWIO
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Donna R. Causey, native of Alabama, was a teacher in the public school system for twenty years. When she retired, Donna found time to focus on her lifetime passion for historical writing.

She owns the websites www.alabamapioneers.com and www.daysgoneby.me and has authored numerous genealogy books.

Ribbon of love is the first in her historical fiction series, Tapestry of Love, where she uses actual characters, facts, dates and places in the romantic love stories set in colonial America. Faith and Courage is the second in the series, and FreeHearts is the third. She is currently working on the next book in the series.

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