Person:Grace Unknown (247)

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Grace Unknown
b.bef 1620
m. bef 1640
  1. Ensign Joseph Ballardest 1640 - 1722
  2. William BallardAbt 1648 -
  3. Sarah Ballardest 1648 - 1733
  4. Elizabeth BallardAbt 1650 - 1689
  5. John Ballard1653 - 1715
  6. Hannah Ballard1655 -
  7. Lydia Ballard1657 - Aft 1693
  8. Abigail BallardAbt 1659 - 1726
  9. Mary Ann Ballardabt 1660 - 1703
Facts and Events
Name[1] Grace Unknown
Gender Female
Birth[2] bef 1620 Based on estimated date of marriage.
Marriage bef 1640 Based on estimated date of birth of eldest known child.
to William Ballard
Death[3] 27 Apr 1694 Andover, Essex, Massachusetts
References
  1. Henderson, James R. English Origins of John Lovejoy of Andover, Massachusetts. New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (New England Historic Genealogical Society, Jan 2009), 163:32.

    "… circumstantial evidence does not constitute proof that Grace Ballard was born Grace Lovejoy, the evidence does suggest that there is a reasonable likelihood that she was. Other claims regarding Grace Ballard's origins have been published, but no evidence has been found to date to support those claims. … Ballard-Ballord Bits, typescript (1978), at NEHGS, 28, says she was Grace Berwick, daughter of Thomas and Ann (_____) Berwick of Bristol, England, providing no evidence. This work is cited in Barbara Holden, 'Ballard Families,' The Essex Genealogist 16 (1996):65-67 at 67."

  2. Farlow, Charles Frederic. Ballard genealogy : William Ballard (1603-1639) of Lynn, Massachusetts and William Ballard (1617-1689) of Andover, Massachusetts and their descendants. (Boston, Mass.: Published by Charles H. Pope, 1911), 63-67.
  3. Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Andover, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849. (Topsfield, Massachusetts: Topsfield Historical Society, 1912), 2:382.

    "Ballard, … Grace, wid. William, [died] Apr. 27, 1694."

  4.   Grace Lovejoy Ballard, in Find A Grave.

    This memorial is suspect since the death was recorded at Andover, and the current town of Essex, then part of Ipswich, is more than twenty miles away.