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Did you know that the ancestor of Ball residents in Alabama lived near President George Washington?

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.


Some Related BALL, STUART and STEWART Families of Alabama includes genealogy information, sources and notes on Alabama descendants of John Ball (1675-1722) of Stafford County, Virginia and Alexander Stuart (1675-1712).

George Washington commander in chief of ye armies of ye United States of America engraved by W. Sharp, from an original picture.(Library of Congress) (2)George Washington commander in chief of ye armies of ye United States of America engraved by W. Sharp, from an original picture.(Library of Congress) 

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:

1.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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Donna R. Causey, resident 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 developed the websites www.alabamapioneers and www.daysgoneby.me All her books can be purchased at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. She has authored numerous genealogy books. RIBBON OF LOVE: A Novel Of Colonial America (TAPESTRY OF LOVE) is her first novel in the Tapestry of Love about her family where she uses actual characters, facts, dates and places to create a story about life as it might have happened in colonial Virginia. Faith and Courage: Tapestry of Love (Volume 2) is the second book and the third FreeHearts: A Novel of Colonial America (Book 3 in the Tapestry of Love Series) Discordance: The Cottinghams (Volume 1) is the continuation of the story. . For a complete list of books, visit Donna R Causey

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7 comments

  1. Jason L. McBride

    Is he related to Parkes E Ball? If so, this is the link we needed!!!!

    1. Jason L. McBride

      Also, I have the Ball Plantation Home near Aliceville Alabama. If anyone has more Ball family information, I would appreciate it

  2. Freeda Vinson McDowell

    Merl Luker Greene Is this part of our Ball family?

    1. Merl Luker Greene

      Freeda, I only have the BALL Line back to 1750. William Ball. b. 1750, Culpepper, VA. m. to Sarah Agnes Martin. d. 1805, Laurens Co, SC. His son Jeremiah Ball, b. 1775, Culpepper, VA, m. to Elizabeth Saunders. d. 1806 in SC. Jeremiah’s daughter, Elizabeth Ball b.19 Jul 1807 Laurens Co, SC. m. to Isaac B. Garrett. she died in Campbellton, GA 7 Mar 1873. I have a note that says Elizabeth is from the same line of Balls as George Washington and his Mother, Mary Ball.

    2. Freeda Vinson McDowell

      Irememberred your note about the Washington family link. I think my Ancestry info may go a little further back, but I’ll have to log in to see. My dna has matched to numerous cousins in that part of the family.

  3. Jean Cox

    Yep, and I qualify for membership in the Nat’l Society of Washington Family Descendants, through the Balls and down through the Dyers. Yea.

  4. Jason L. McBride

    I’m not sure my Ball family is in this DNA, but I now live in my GGG grandfathers plantation home built in 1820 …. Parks E Ball Plantation House.

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