Person:Samuel Ball (1)

  1. John Ball1720 - Abt 1769
  2. Moses BallAbt 1729 -
  3. Samuel Ball1734 - 1810
  4. Daniel Ball1737 -
  5. David Ball
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Name Samuel Ball
Gender Male
Birth? 17 Jun 1734 Bloomfield, Essex, New Jersey, United States
Other? 29 Feb 1776 Military Unknown
Death? 12 Jan 1810 Hanover, Morris, New Jersey, United States
Burial? First Presbyterian Church,Hanover,Morris County,New Jersey

Ball, Samuel - b. 7/1734 d 1/12/1810 was commissioned captain 1775 in ColWilliam Winds' Regiment of Morris Co. NJ minute men. He married SarahPlume and lived in Hanover Twnship. Buried at 1st Presbyterian Church,Hanover, NJ.

Deacon Samuel BALL. Son of Deacon John BALL & his 1st Wife. Born 17 Jul1734 in Bloomfield, Essex Co., New Jersey. Died 12 Jan 1810 in Hanover,Morris Co., New Jersey. Buried in, Hanover, Morris Co., New Jersey. Capt.Samuel Ball of Morris Co., New Jersey served in the active militaryforces from New Jersey during the period ofthe Revolutionary War,1775-1783, as follows

Captain, Colonel William Winds'Battalion of Volunteers, May 2nd 1775Captain, First Company, from Hanover, Colonel William Winds' Regiment,Morris Co., NJ Militia, Sept 14, 1775 Adjutant, Colonel Sylvanus Seeley'sRegiment Morris Co. Militia Active Service: In alarm at Springfield from7th to the 15th of June 1780 and from Jan 2nd to Jan 8th 1781

Received Certificate #163 dated May 3rd, 1784, signed by Silas Condictfor L12:2:10, depreciation of his Continental pay as Adjutant in theMorris Co. Militia

FOR THE CHIEF OF STAFF Signed JP Callahan, Major, Arty, NJARING AssistantAdjutant General


Jul 1734 - born Samuel lived near "Whipeny" River,Morris Co., New Jersey(according to a letter from Cornelius L. Ball to John R.Burnet, 13 Jul1850) Buried at First Presbyterian Church, Morris Co., NJ Diedatage 75years, 6 months (according to History of FPC Hanover) 12 Jan 1810 - diedWill 12 Jan 1810 (Names Amzi Lewis and James Harvey (Sons) as Exec. AlsoWill#1410 N Abs Wills Vol 12 Pg. 25 Morris Co., New Jersey

He married Deborah FARRAND, About 1775. Born 1744 in New Jersey. Died 21Feb 1806 in Hanover, New Jersey. "of" Bloomfield, New Jersey - 17 Aug1777 - Hanover, NJ Presbyterian Church member

Samuel b Jul 1734 d 12 Jan 1810 Hanover, s/o John md (1) Anne MILLER d177- md (2) Deborah FARRAND PLUME, wid. of Robert, chn: 1. Aaron bp 4 Sep1768; Samuel bapt. 8 Jul 1770; Electa bp 4 Oct 1772; dau. bap 23 Jan1774; Sarah bp9 Apr 1775; m-2: John bp 8 Nov 1779; Amzi bp 22 Feb 1784;Deborah bp 14 Jan 1787. 12chn.

J.R. Burnet mss. NJHS Lib. p. 220: Deacon Samuel BALL, s/o Dea. JohnBALL, d 12 Jan 1810, ae 75y 6m (Hanover Church Yard). His first wife wasa dau. ofAaron MILLER, clockmaker at Eliz. Town. His 2nd wife Deborah,was a widow PLUME, whose maiden name was FARRAND of Bloomfield. She d Feb1806 in her 62nd y. Hanover tombstone Inscr.

Died at age 75 years, 6 months (according to FPC Hanover)

Ball, Deacon Samuel. In memory of Deacon Samuel Ball who departed thislife 12 Jan AD 1810, aged 75 years and 6 months. "Let me die the death oftherighteous and let my last end be like his."

May have been a member of The HanoverTownship Militia.

pg. 137. "...The captains, chosen by the privates, also met the approvalof the committe; they were Samuel Ball..." wrote to Joanne:

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Captain in Morris County Militia