Person:Joseph Ballard (1)

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Ensign Joseph Ballard
b.est 1640
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 - bef 1700
  7. Lydia Ballard1657 - Aft 1693
  8. Abigail BallardAbt 1659 - 1726
  9. Mary Ann Ballardabt 1660 - 1703
m. 28 Feb 1665
  1. Joseph Ballard1667 -
  2. Elizabeth Ballard1670 - 1706
  3. Eleanor Ballard1672 -
  4. William Ballard1674 -
  5. Hannah Ballard1677 -
  6. Dorothy Ballard1679 -
  7. Hezekiah Ballard1682 -
  8. Uriah Ballard1684 -
  9. Tabitha Ballard1686/87 -
  10. Tabitha Ballard1688 -
  • HEnsign Joseph Ballardest 1640 - 1722
  • WRebecca Ray1656 - 1739/40
m. 15 Nov 1692
  1. Sarah Ballard1693 - 1715/16
  2. Jeremiah Ballard1697 - bet 1759
Facts and Events
Name[1][3] Ensign Joseph Ballard
Gender Male
Birth[1][3] est 1640 Estimate based on date of first marriage.
Marriage 28 Feb 1665 Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Elizabeth Phelps
Marriage 15 Nov 1692 Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Rebecca Ray
Death[2] 29 Sep 1722 Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 2. Joseph2 Ballard, in 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), 69-71.

    "2. Joseph2 (William1) born at date not recorded; married first, February 28, 1665, Elizabeth, daughter of Edward and Elizabeth (Adams) Phelps, of Andover; she died July 27, 1692. He married second, November 15, 1692, Rebeckah, widow of Joseph Home (Orne); she died February 11, 1740. … He was an 'ensign.' He and his brother John started a fulling mill. He and his wife were admitted to the So. Parish church Apr. 6, 1712."

  2. Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Andover, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849. (Topsfield, Massachusetts: Topsfield Historical Society, 1912), 2:383.

    "Ballard, … Joseph, Ens., [died] Sept. 29, 1722."

  3. 3.0 3.1 Probably the oldest son, as he was granted administration of his father's estate.