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Ancestors of Leonard Ballew

Author: David L Ballew
Publisher: [West Palm Beach, Florida] : [D.L. Ballew], [1987?]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Rice Meredith Ballou was born somewhere in Virginia, and was the father of Leonard Ballou, who married Ester Bolieu and moved to South Carolina. Leonard died of smallpox in Philadelphia during the Revolutionary War. Rev. Leonard Ballou (1762-1856), son of Leonard and Ester, married twice and moved to Macon County, Tennessee. Descendants and relatives of Rice lived in Virginia, South Carolina, Pennsylvania,  Read more...
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Named Person: Ballew.; Ballou.; Ferris.; Forshay.; Kincaid.; Krause.; McCan.; Misel.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David L Ballew
OCLC Number: 866276089
Notes: Includes index (listing Ballou as a variant spelling).
Includes Ferris, Forshay, Kincaid, Krause, McCan, Misel and related families.
Description: vi, [4], A-D, 40, [25] leaves : genealogical tables
Responsibility: by David Lloyd Ballew.

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Rice Meredith Ballou was born somewhere in Virginia, and was the father of Leonard Ballou, who married Ester Bolieu and moved to South Carolina. Leonard died of smallpox in Philadelphia during the Revolutionary War. Rev. Leonard Ballou (1762-1856), son of Leonard and Ester, married twice and moved to Macon County, Tennessee. Descendants and relatives of Rice lived in Virginia, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas, Texas, California and elsewhere.

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