An Elaborate History and Genealogy of the Ballous in America
Maturin Ballou was settled in Providence, Rhode Island as early as 1646, where he married Hannah Pike. Four of their six or seven children survived. Descendants are scattered throughout eastern United States.
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Abigail Abner Abraham Aldrich Anna Ariel Arnold Bellingham Benjamin Betsey birth-date Brown Buffum Burrillville Charles Cook Cumberland Daniel date not given David DESCDTS DESCENDANTS Elisha Eliza Elizabeth Esther Esther Ballou Eunice Ezekiel family record farmer father further traced George Glocester Hannah Harris Henry homestead Hosea Hosea Ballou husband J. P. Issue James James3 Jencks Jillson Joanna John John2 John3 John5 Joseph July July 11 July 25 June June 12 June 20 Lapham lived Lucy Lydia Maria Martha Mary Mass Maturin Mendon Monroe Moses Mowry Nancy Nathan Nathaniel Nathaniel Cook Newell North Smithfield Obadiah Oliver Olney Peck Peter Phebe prob reported resided Richmond Samuel Sarah Ballou Sayles Scott Seagrave Sept settled Silas Simeon Smith Smithfield Stephen Susanna Thayer turin unreported Wheaton Whipple widow wife William William Ballou Woonsocket worthy Wrentham
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