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Edward Ballinger
  1. Edward Ballinger1712 - 1780
m. 1725
  1. Mary Ballenger1725 - 1772
  2. Francis Ballinger1726 - 1756
  3. John Ballinger1727 -
  4. Marjorie Ballinger1728 -
  5. Agathy Ballenger1729 -
  6. Susanna Ballenger1730 - 1764
  7. Agatha Ballenger1733 - 1738
  8. Edward Ballinger1736 - 1772
  9. James Ballenger1750 - 1782
Facts and Events
Name[1] Edward Ballinger
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1712 Culpeper, VA
Marriage 1725 Virginiato Mary Williams
Alt Marriage 1725 Culpeper County, Virginia USAto Mary Williams
Death[1] 1780 Culpeper, VA
Alt Death[2] ABT 1780 Culpeper County, Virginia USAY

Early Land Acquisition in Orange County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Orange County, Virginia Records:


  • Edward Ballenger received a grant of 400 acres "corner to John Sutton... near Jacob Manspoils line" on 20 June 1733, (as listed in the records below):
  • Pages 253-58. 17-18 May 1736. Joseph Bloodworth of Orange County to Edward Ballinger of Spotsylvania County. Lease and release; for £100 current money. 200 acres in the Great fork of Rappahannock River… corner to Christopher Zimmerman… Colo. Carter’s line… (signed) Joseph Bloodworth. Wit: G. Home, Jno. Christopher, Henry Field. 18 May 1736. Acknowledged by Joseph Bloodworth. 20 July 1736. Mary Bloodworth, wife of Joseph Bloodworth relinquished her right of dower. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 1, Dorman, pg. 19].


Disposition of Land from Orange County, Virginia Records:


  • Pages 249-53. 4-5 May 1736. Edward Ballenger of Spotsylvania County to Joseph Bloodworth of Orange County. Lease and release; for £100 current money. 400 acres... corner to a pattent granted to the said Joseph Bloodworth on the douth side of the Deep Run… (signed) Edward (E) Ballenger. Wit: G. Home, Jno. Christopher, Henry Field. 18 May 1736. Acknowledgement by Edward Ballenger. Mary his wife relinquished her right of dower. [Orange County Virginia deed Book 1, Dorman, pg. 19].


Records in Orange County, VA

  • Pages 336-40. 19-20 July 1736. John Buttler and Nichl. Gunnell of King William County to John Sutton of Spotsylvania County. Lease and release; for 1,800 pounds of tobacco and £4.10.- current money. 400 acres granted to John Buttler and Nichl. Gunnell 21 Nov. 1734... corner to a pattent granted to Edward Ballenger... (signed) John Buttler, Nick (N) Gunnell. Wit: Hen. Willis, Thos. Nicholls, Alexr. Cummins. 17 Aug. 1736. Acknowledged by John Buttler and Nicho. Gunnell. Sheley Gunnell and Susanna Buttler relinquished their rights of dower. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 1, Dorman, pg. 24].
  • Pages 34-37. 21-22 May 1740. Joseph Bloodworth of St. Mark's Parish, Orange County, to Robert Hutchason of same. Lease and release; for £20 current money. 200 acres whereon Hutchason now lives, part of a tract granted to Edward Ballenger for 400 acres, 20 June 1733 and by Ballenger transferred to Joseph Bloodworth by deeds 4-5 May 1736... corner to John Sutton... near Jacob Manspoils line... (signed) Joseph Bloodworth. Wit: Zach. Taylor, Richd. Yarbrough, Thos. Stanton Junr. 22 May 1740. Acknowledged by Joseph Bloodworth. Mary the wife of Bloodworth relinquished her right of dower. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 4, Dorman, pg. 37].
  • Pages 316-17. Bond of Wm. Kelly and Edward Ballenger unto Thoms. Chew, justice. For £20. 27 April 1744. Wm. Kelly is admr. of John Axford. (signed) Wm. Kely, Edward (E) Balinger.
  • Pages 337-39. Bond of Wm. Hobbs, Edward Ballenger and Alexander McMillion unto Thomas Chew, justice. For £50. 22 March 1743 [1744]. Wm. Hobbs is admr. of Higgins Axford. (signed) Wm. Hobbs, Edwd. Ballenger (E), Alexr. Mackmillan. 22 March 1743 [1744]. Acknowledged. [Orange County Virginia Will Book 1, Dorman, pg. 61].
  • Pages 7-8. John Axford. Estate account. 27 June 1744. Signed by Wm. Kelly.
Payments made to Wm. Hobbs (part of rent) and Edward Balinger (for funeral).
Received from Elizh. Axford on account of her father.
26 July 1744. William Kelly, administrator and principal creditor of John Axford returned an inventory on the sale of Axford's estate. [Orange County Virginia Will Book 2, 1744-1778, Dorman, pg. 1].
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