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Nancy Ann Ball (Brashears)

Also Known As: "Nancy Ball", "Nancy"
Birthdate: (87)
Birthplace: Brashear's Meadow, Prince George's County, Province of Maryland
Death: November 30, 1816 (87)
Arlington, Fairfax County, Virginia, United States
Place of Burial: Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Robert Cager Brashear, II and Charity Brashear
Wife of Moses Ball, Sr.
Mother of George Ball; Ens. John Ball; Moses Ball, Jr.; Robert Ball; Captain George Russell Ball, Sr. and 10 others
Sister of Zaza Brashears; Clara Brashear; Phillip Brashears; Benjamin Brashears; Basil Brashear and 9 others

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About Nancy Ann Ball

Ann was the daughter of Robert Cager Brashears and Charity Dowell Brashears. She married Moses Ball Sr on 23 Jun 1745 in Prince George's County, MD.

Moses' name, wife and children's names and dates are in the Ball Bible which has been given to the Historical Society of Virginia in Arlington. Children taken from Moses Ball Bible, owned by Frank Ball of Arlington, VA.

At the time of Nancy's birth, Maryland was a colony of England.

"Ancestral File v4.19," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/M7VJ-2K6 : accessed 24 September 2012), entry for Ann (Nancy) BRASHEARS.

Find A Grave Memorial # 87870351 - http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=87870351 - lists Nancy's place of death as Prince William Co., MD, and states she was taken back to Arlington, Arlington Co., VA for burial.

"The Ball Family of the Potomac (1654-2004)" by Doris LeClerc Ball, PH.D. and George L. Ball, M.S.

"The Ball Family of Southwest Virginia" by Palmer R. Ball (1933)

"Ball Family History" by Joan Huseman Ball (1980)



Ann was the daughter of Robert Cager Brashears and Charity Dowell Brashears. She married Moses Ball Sr on 23 Jun 1745 in Prince George's County, MD. They had children:

John (b. 1746) m. Mary Ann Thrift Moses Ball, Jr. (1748) m. Mary Ann Hardin Robert (b. 1750 d. 1776) -- never married George (b. 1752) m. Elizabeth Tunnell Bazil (b. 1751 d.) m. Belinda Unknown and had children Anne (b. 1753 d. July 19, 1812) never married James (b. 1755) married Unk. and had 4 children Sabilla (b. 1857 d. January 4, 1817) never married

Moses' name, wife and children's names and dates are in the Ball Bible which has been given to the Historical Society of Virginia in Arlington.

Moses and Nancy Ann lived on Four Mile Run adjoining that of George Washington, Also, according to existing records, they did surveying together and had business dealings. General Washington mentions Moses Ball in his diary several times. Friday, April 22, 1785, he states: "Took an early breakfast at Abbington and accompanied by Dr. Stewart and Lund Washington and having sent for Moses Ball, who attended, I went to the corner of the above land." Here follows a description of a survey in which one of his servants, William, a chain carrier, fell and broke his knee pan and there was much difficulty in getting him home.

In another diary entry, dated May 16, 1786, George Washington states: "When I returned home found Moses Ball and his son John and William Carlin here; the first having his effects under execution wanted to borrow money to redeem them; I lent him Ten Pounds for this purpose." When making his will, Moses didn't forget this loan.

Sources:

"The Ball Family of the Potomac (1654-2004)" by Doris LeClerc Ball, PH.D. and George L. Ball, M.S.

"The Ball Family of Southwest Virginia" by Palmer R. Ball (1933)

"Ball Family History" by Joan Huseman Ball (1980) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A very important piece of history about this family is found in the Will of Moses Ball, Sr.

WILL OF MOSES BALL, SR.

Fairfax County, Virginia Will Book F, No.1, p. 176 15, December 1786

                          15 October 1792 
      

In the name of God, Amen, fifteenth day of December, in the year of Our Lord God, One thousand seven hundred and eighty-six, I, MOSES BALL, being in perfect memory, thanks be to Almighty God, and calling to remembrance the uncertainty of this transitory life and that it is appointed once for all men to die, do make, constitute and ordain this to be my last Will and Testament in manner and form following, revoking and disannuling by these presents all and every other Will or Wills heretofore by me made and declared either by word or writing and this only is to be taken for my last Will and no other.

      

And first I recommend my soul unto the hands of God in whom and through the merits of Jesus Christ I trust and beleive assuredly to be saved and to have full remission of all my sins and that my soul with my body at the general day of resurrection Shall rise again with joy.

      

Firstly, I recommend my body to the grave to be decently buried at the discretion of my executors hereafter named, and as for the settling of my temporal Estate and such Goods, Chattles, and Debts which it hath pleased God to bestow upon me, I do order, give and dispose in manner and form following:

      That is to say, First, I give and bequeath unto my well beloved son, JOHN BALL, twenty five acres of land, beginning on the south side of Four Mile Run at the White Oak of General Washington's, thence with Washington's line to Alexander's line and the meanders of Long Branch Westwardly until the quantity of twenty-five acres is made then with a Southerly line from the Long Branch to said line of Alexander. 
      

Secondly, I desire that the remaining part of my land may be in the possession of my dearly beloved wife, ANN BALL during her natural life to be at her discretion during her widowhood but in case she marries, then the said land is to be disposed of at the discretion of my Executors, and the profits arising therefrom to be equally divided among my surviving children after my just debts is paid (my son JOHN excepted).

      

Thirdly, I desire that my Executors as soon as possible pay to his Excellency, General Washington, the sum of ten pounds with interest, a sum I borrowed from him and William Carlin, security for which to secure Mr. Carlin I had to give him an Instrument of Writing mentioning two Cows and Earlings, the only intending the sum said of ten pounds to be made out of the aforesaid cattle in case he (Mr. Carlin) should be obliged to pay General Washington, th above mentioned sum of ten pounds.

      

Fourthly, I give and bequeath to my well loved daughter SIBILA BALL, one bed and furniture as it stands at the decease of her mother agreeable to the conditions of the land.

      

Fifthly, and lastly I desire that my son, JOHN BALL and Mr Joseph Birch, to be the only and sole Executors of this my Last Will and Testament, and I do by these presents revoke and disannul all and every other Wil or Wills, Legacy or legacies heretofore by me made or done, acknowledging THIS AND NO OTHER to be my last Will and Testament; as witness I have here unto set my hand and seal the day and year above written.

      (Signed) Moses Ball (Seal) 
      Signed, Sealed and Acknowledged in the presence of 
      Elijah Wood 
      William Culberhouse 
      Chloe Culberhouse (X) her mark 
      At a court held in Fairfax County, Virginia, 17th September 1792, this Will was presented in Court and proved by the Oath of Elijah Wood. And at a Court held for the said county 15th October 1792, it was further proved by the Oath of William Culberhouse and ordered to be recorded. 

Signed, F.W. Richardson, Clerk

Source: "The Ball Family of Southwest Virginia" by Palmer R. Ball (1933) pages 3-4 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Ancestral File

name: Ann (Nancy) BRASHEARS gender: Female birth: 26 Sep 1729 Calvert Co., MD death: 30 Nov 1816 Arlington, Prince William, VA afn: 1W38-Z9 Parents father: Robert BRASHEARS (AFN: 1W3B-N1 ) father: Samuel Junior BRASHEAR ; JR. (AFN: 1ZDQ-Q3 ) mother: Charity DOWELL (AFN: 1W3B-P6 ) mother: Elizabeth BRASHEARS (AFN: 1ZDQ-R8 ) Marriages (1) spouse: Moses BALL ;SR. (AFN: 1W38-X4 ) marriage: 27 Jun 1745 Fairfax Or, Arlington County, Virginia children (12)

  

child 1: Robert BALL (AFN: 1W3B-CG ) gender: Male birth 10 Apr 1750 Alexandria, Fairfax Co., Virginia death 12 Oct 1776

  

child 2: Sabilia BALL (AFN: 272D-BN8 ) gender: Female birth Abt 1759 Fairfax Co., VA death 4 Jan 1817

  

child 3: George BALL ;[Captain] (AFN: 1W38-SF ) gender: Male birth 1743 Fairfax Or, Alexandria, County, Virginia death 24 Dec 1825 Ewing, Lee, Virginia

  

child 4: Sabilla BALL (AFN: 1W3B-H5 ) gender: Female birth 1760 , Fairfax Co., Virginia death 4 Jan 1817

  

child 5: Brizil BALL (AFN: 26CX-S0L ) gender: Male birth 1751 , , Fairfax, Virigina death Bef 1835 Alexandria, Arlington Co, Virigina

  

child 6: William Carlin BALL (AFN: 29CR-5WF ) gender: Male birth Abt 1764 , Fairfax Co., Virginia death Dead

  

child 7: John BALL (AFN: 1W3B-94 ) gender: Male birth 25 Jul 1746 , Fairfax, VA death 14 Dec 1814 Of Arlington, Arlington, Virginia burial Dec 1814 Arlington, Arlington, Virginia, (Old Ball Cem.)

  

child 8: Anne BALL (AFN: 1W3B-G0 ) gender: Female birth 26 Oct 1757 , Fairfax, VA death 19 Jul 1812

  

child 9: Moses BALL ;JR. (AFN: 1W3B-B9 ) gender: Male birth 1748 Beech Creek, Fairfax Co., Virginia death 15 Dec 1831 Hawkins Co., Hawkins Co., Tennessee

  

child 10: Bazil BALL (AFN: 1W3B-DM ) gender: Male birth 1751 , Fairfax, VA death 1835 Alexandria, Arlington County

  

child 11: James BALL (AFN: 1W3B-FS ) gender: Male birth 7 Apr 1755 St Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia death 1783

  

child 12: Philip BALL (AFN: 29CR-4XG ) gender: Male birth Abt 1766 , Prince Georges, Maryland death Abt 1815

  

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Notes This person's information was combined while in Ancestral File. The following submitters of the information may or may not agree with the combining of the information: CECILIA CALLOWAY/BURNS/ (2067095) DANNIE/BRASHEAR/ (2080513) MARVA DIANE/BEARD/ (2113707) ALEA/BEITO/ (2145665) JACK/LAWSON/ (2171407) JAMES FREDERICK/SHAFFER III/ (2180791) A ELDEN/BALL/ (2181145) BARRY & RUBY/WELLS/ (2205395) NORMAN R/BARBER/ (2229518) WANDA S/THOMAS/ (2238507) DALLAS ALBERT/JOHNSON/ (2264551) TERRY N./GRUMBLES (2334507) STANLEY GORDON/SMITH/ (2486258) KAREN/CLIFFORD/ (2661637) CARLOS LEON HALE JR/STEPHANIE/WINGO/ (2663273)

Source Citation "Ancestral File v4.19," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/M7VJ-2K6 : accessed 24 September 2012), entry for Ann (Nancy) BRASHEARS. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Pedigree Resource File

name: Ann Nancy Brashear gender: Female birth: 26 SEP 1729 Prince George County, Maryland death: 30 NOV 1816 Prince William County, Maryland afn: 3JZF-6T6 Marriages (1) spouse: Moses Ball , Sr. (AFN: 3JZF-4TT ) marriage: 23 JUN 1745 Prince George County, Maryland children (8)

  

child 1: Moses Ball , Jr. (AFN: 3JXH-MR6 ) gender: Male birth 1748 Fairfax County, Virginia birth ABT. 1748 Fairfax County, Virginia death AFT. 15 DEC 1831 Hawkins County, Tennessee death 15 DEC 1831 Hawkins County, Tennessee

  

child 2: George Ball (AFN: 3JZC-RJ0 ) gender: Male birth 1752 Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia death 24 DEC 1825 Russell County, Virginia

  

child 3: Basil Ball (AFN: 3JZF-G1L ) gender: Male birth 1754 Fairfax County, Virginia death BEF. 1835 Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia

  

child 4: Sabilla Ball (AFN: 3JZF-MQS ) gender: Female birth ABT. 1762 Fairfax County, Virginia death 4 JAN 1817

  

child 5: Anne Ball (AFN: 3JZF-J76 ) gender: Female birth 26 OCT 1757 Fairfax County, Virginia death 18 JUN 1812

  

child 6: John Ball (AFN: 3JZF-8HG ) gender: Male birth 25 JUL 1746 Fairfax County, Virginia death 14 DEC 1814

  

child 7: Robert Ball (AFN: 3JZF-CXN ) gender: Male birth 10 APR 1750 Fairfax County, Virginia death 12 OCT 1776

  

child 8: James Ball (AFN: 3JZF-KN2 ) gender: Male birth 1758 Fairfax County, Virginia death 1793

  

Submission submitter: hgpoynor2711784 submitter: gpoynor2711783 submission date: 01 Apr 2000 submission id: MM9R-7QC person count: 2,974

Notes -source: Ron Myers

Source Citation "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familys ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A Find A Grave visitor has made a suggestion to you (9-8-13) regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Ann Ball.

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I am a Brasher Descendant and Brasher is the same as Brashers and Brasiers and so on and for research Surname variations should be noted when Placing any information on line. Thank you.

Ann was the daughter of Robert Cager Brashears and Charity Dowell Brashears. She married Moses Ball Sr on 23 Jun 1745 in Prince George's County, MD. They had children:

John (b. 1746) m. Mary Ann Thrift Moses Ball, Jr. (1748) m. Mary Ann Hardin Robert (b. 1750 d. 1776) -- never married George (b. 1752) m. Elizabeth Tunnell Bazil (b. 1751 d.) m. Belinda Unknown and had children Anne (b. 1753 d. July 19, 1812) never married James (b. 1755) married Unk. and had 4 children Sabilla (b. 1857 d. January 4, 1817) never married

Moses' name, wife and children's names and dates are in the Ball Bible which has been given to the Historical Society of Virginia in Arlington.

Moses and Nancy Ann lived on Four Mile Run adjoining that of George Washington, Also, according to existing records, they did surveying together and had business dealings. General Washington mentions Moses Ball in his diary several times. Friday, April 22, 1785, he states: "Took an early breakfast at Abbington and accompanied by Dr. Stewart and Lund Washington and having sent for Moses Ball, who attended, I went to the corner of the above land." Here follows a description of a survey in which one of his servants, William, a chain carrier, fell and broke his knee pan and there was much difficulty in getting him home.

In another diary entry, dated May 16, 1786, George Washington states: "When I returned home found Moses Ball and his son John and William Carlin here; the first having his effects under execution wanted to borrow money to redeem them; I lent him Ten Pounds for this purpose." When making his will, Moses didn't forget this loan.

Sources:

"The Ball Family of the Potomac (1654-2004)" by Doris LeClerc Ball, PH.D. and George L. Ball, M.S.

"The Ball Family of Southwest Virginia" by Palmer R. Ball (1933)

"Ball Family History" by Joan Huseman Ball (1980) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A very important piece of history about this family is found in the Will of Moses Ball, Sr.

WILL OF MOSES BALL, SR.

Fairfax County, Virginia Will Book F, No.1, p. 176 15, December 1786

                          15 October 1792 
      

In the name of God, Amen, fifteenth day of December, in the year of Our Lord God, One thousand seven hundred and eighty-six, I, MOSES BALL, being in perfect memory, thanks be to Almighty God, and calling to remembrance the uncertainty of this transitory life and that it is appointed once for all men to die, do make, constitute and ordain this to be my last Will and Testament in manner and form following, revoking and disannuling by these presents all and every other Will or Wills heretofore by me made and declared either by word or writing and this only is to be taken for my last Will and no other.

      

And first I recommend my soul unto the hands of God in whom and through the merits of Jesus Christ I trust and beleive assuredly to be saved and to have full remission of all my sins and that my soul with my body at the general day of resurrection Shall rise again with joy.

      

Firstly, I recommend my body to the grave to be decently buried at the discretion of my executors hereafter named, and as for the settling of my temporal Estate and such Goods, Chattles, and Debts which it hath pleased God to bestow upon me, I do order, give and dispose in manner and form following:

      That is to say, First, I give and bequeath unto my well beloved son, JOHN BALL, twenty five acres of land, beginning on the south side of Four Mile Run at the White Oak of General Washington's, thence with Washington's line to Alexander's line and the meanders of Long Branch Westwardly until the quantity of twenty-five acres is made then with a Southerly line from the Long Branch to said line of Alexander. 
      

Secondly, I desire that the remaining part of my land may be in the possession of my dearly beloved wife, ANN BALL during her natural life to be at her discretion during her widowhood but in case she marries, then the said land is to be disposed of at the discretion of my Executors, and the profits arising therefrom to be equally divided among my surviving children after my just debts is paid (my son JOHN excepted).

      

Thirdly, I desire that my Executors as soon as possible pay to his Excellency, General Washington, the sum of ten pounds with interest, a sum I borrowed from him and William Carlin, security for which to secure Mr. Carlin I had to give him an Instrument of Writing mentioning two Cows and Earlings, the only intending the sum said of ten pounds to be made out of the aforesaid cattle in case he (Mr. Carlin) should be obliged to pay General Washington, th above mentioned sum of ten pounds.

      

Fourthly, I give and bequeath to my well loved daughter SIBILA BALL, one bed and furniture as it stands at the decease of her mother agreeable to the conditions of the land.

      

Fifthly, and lastly I desire that my son, JOHN BALL and Mr Joseph Birch, to be the only and sole Executors of this my Last Will and Testament, and I do by these presents revoke and disannul all and every other Wil or Wills, Legacy or legacies heretofore by me made or done, acknowledging THIS AND NO OTHER to be my last Will and Testament; as witness I have here unto set my hand and seal the day and year above written.

      (Signed) Moses Ball (Seal) 
      Signed, Sealed and Acknowledged in the presence of 
      Elijah Wood 
      William Culberhouse 
      Chloe Culberhouse (X) her mark 
      At a court held in Fairfax County, Virginia, 17th September 1792, this Will was presented in Court and proved by the Oath of Elijah Wood. And at a Court held for the said county 15th October 1792, it was further proved by the Oath of William Culberhouse and ordered to be recorded. 

Signed, F.W. Richardson, Clerk

Source: "The Ball Family of Southwest Virginia" by Palmer R. Ball (1933) pages 3-4 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Ancestral File

name: Ann (Nancy) BRASHEARS gender: Female birth: 26 Sep 1729 Calvert Co., MD death: 30 Nov 1816 Arlington, Prince William, VA afn: 1W38-Z9 Parents father: Robert BRASHEARS (AFN: 1W3B-N1 ) father: Samuel Junior BRASHEAR ; JR. (AFN: 1ZDQ-Q3 ) mother: Charity DOWELL (AFN: 1W3B-P6 ) mother: Elizabeth BRASHEARS (AFN: 1ZDQ-R8 ) Marriages (1) spouse: Moses BALL ;SR. (AFN: 1W38-X4 ) marriage: 27 Jun 1745 Fairfax Or, Arlington County, Virginia children (12)

  

child 1: Robert BALL (AFN: 1W3B-CG ) gender: Male birth 10 Apr 1750 Alexandria, Fairfax Co., Virginia death 12 Oct 1776

  

child 2: Sabilia BALL (AFN: 272D-BN8 ) gender: Female birth Abt 1759 Fairfax Co., VA death 4 Jan 1817

  

child 3: George BALL ;[Captain] (AFN: 1W38-SF ) gender: Male birth 1743 Fairfax Or, Alexandria, County, Virginia death 24 Dec 1825 Ewing, Lee, Virginia

  

child 4: Sabilla BALL (AFN: 1W3B-H5 ) gender: Female birth 1760 , Fairfax Co., Virginia death 4 Jan 1817

  

child 5: Brizil BALL (AFN: 26CX-S0L ) gender: Male birth 1751 , , Fairfax, Virigina death Bef 1835 Alexandria, Arlington Co, Virigina

  

child 6: William Carlin BALL (AFN: 29CR-5WF ) gender: Male birth Abt 1764 , Fairfax Co., Virginia death Dead

  

child 7: John BALL (AFN: 1W3B-94 ) gender: Male birth 25 Jul 1746 , Fairfax, VA death 14 Dec 1814 Of Arlington, Arlington, Virginia burial Dec 1814 Arlington, Arlington, Virginia, (Old Ball Cem.)

  

child 8: Anne BALL (AFN: 1W3B-G0 ) gender: Female birth 26 Oct 1757 , Fairfax, VA death 19 Jul 1812

  

child 9: Moses BALL ;JR. (AFN: 1W3B-B9 ) gender: Male birth 1748 Beech Creek, Fairfax Co., Virginia death 15 Dec 1831 Hawkins Co., Hawkins Co., Tennessee

  

child 10: Bazil BALL (AFN: 1W3B-DM ) gender: Male birth 1751 , Fairfax, VA death 1835 Alexandria, Arlington County

  

child 11: James BALL (AFN: 1W3B-FS ) gender: Male birth 7 Apr 1755 St Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia death 1783

  

child 12: Philip BALL (AFN: 29CR-4XG ) gender: Male birth Abt 1766 , Prince Georges, Maryland death Abt 1815

  

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microfilm: 1394248 submission: AF83-056401

  

microfilm: 1394468 submission: AF86-000615

  

microfilm: 1394374 submission: AF83-092396

  

microfilm: 1394096 submission: AF83-019566

  

microfilm: 1394023 submission: AF83-004453

Notes This person's information was combined while in Ancestral File. The following submitters of the information may or may not agree with the combining of the information: CECILIA CALLOWAY/BURNS/ (2067095) DANNIE/BRASHEAR/ (2080513) MARVA DIANE/BEARD/ (2113707) ALEA/BEITO/ (2145665) JACK/LAWSON/ (2171407) JAMES FREDERICK/SHAFFER III/ (2180791) A ELDEN/BALL/ (2181145) BARRY & RUBY/WELLS/ (2205395) NORMAN R/BARBER/ (2229518) WANDA S/THOMAS/ (2238507) DALLAS ALBERT/JOHNSON/ (2264551) TERRY N./GRUMBLES (2334507) STANLEY GORDON/SMITH/ (2486258) KAREN/CLIFFORD/ (2661637) CARLOS LEON HALE JR/STEPHANIE/WINGO/ (2663273)

Source Citation "Ancestral File v4.19," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/M7VJ-2K6 : accessed 24 September 2012), entry for Ann (Nancy) BRASHEARS. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Pedigree Resource File

name: Ann Nancy Brashear gender: Female birth: 26 SEP 1729 Prince George County, Maryland death: 30 NOV 1816 Prince William County, Maryland afn: 3JZF-6T6 Marriages (1) spouse: Moses Ball , Sr. (AFN: 3JZF-4TT ) marriage: 23 JUN 1745 Prince George County, Maryland children (8)

  

child 1: Moses Ball , Jr. (AFN: 3JXH-MR6 ) gender: Male birth 1748 Fairfax County, Virginia birth ABT. 1748 Fairfax County, Virginia death AFT. 15 DEC 1831 Hawkins County, Tennessee death 15 DEC 1831 Hawkins County, Tennessee

  

child 2: George Ball (AFN: 3JZC-RJ0 ) gender: Male birth 1752 Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia death 24 DEC 1825 Russell County, Virginia

  

child 3: Basil Ball (AFN: 3JZF-G1L ) gender: Male birth 1754 Fairfax County, Virginia death BEF. 1835 Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia

  

child 4: Sabilla Ball (AFN: 3JZF-MQS ) gender: Female birth ABT. 1762 Fairfax County, Virginia death 4 JAN 1817

  

child 5: Anne Ball (AFN: 3JZF-J76 ) gender: Female birth 26 OCT 1757 Fairfax County, Virginia death 18 JUN 1812

  

child 6: John Ball (AFN: 3JZF-8HG ) gender: Male birth 25 JUL 1746 Fairfax County, Virginia death 14 DEC 1814

  

child 7: Robert Ball (AFN: 3JZF-CXN ) gender: Male birth 10 APR 1750 Fairfax County, Virginia death 12 OCT 1776

  

child 8: James Ball (AFN: 3JZF-KN2 ) gender: Male birth 1758 Fairfax County, Virginia death 1793

  

Submission submitter: hgpoynor2711784 submitter: gpoynor2711783 submission date: 01 Apr 2000 submission id: MM9R-7QC person count: 2,974

Notes -source: Ron Myers

Source Citation "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familys ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A Find A Grave visitor has made a suggestion to you (9-8-13) regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Ann Ball.

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I am a Brasher Descendant and Brasher is the same as Brashers and Brasiers and so on and for research Surname variations should be noted when Placing any information on line. Thank you.

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Nancy Ann Ball's Timeline

1729
September 26, 1729
Prince George's County, Province of Maryland
1743
1743
Age 13
1746
July 25, 1746
Age 16
Fairfax County, Province of Virginia
1748
April 20, 1748
Age 18
Fairfax, Fairfax County, Province of Virginia
1750
April 10, 1750
Age 20
Alexandria, Fairfax, Province of Virginia
1752
May 2, 1752
Age 22
Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia, United States
1754
1754
Age 24
Alexandria, Fairfax County, Province of Virginia, United States
1755
April 7, 1755
Age 25
Virginia, United States
October 26, 1755
Age 26
Fairfax County, Province of Virginia