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James William Ballew
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Birth: May 12, 1876
Polk County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Oct. 7, 1958
Navarro County
Texas, USA

Son of Absalom Posey Ballew & Partelia Aveline Coxsey, married Edna Permelia Dunagan

"The Waco News-Tribune," 8 October 1958, p. 16


J. W. Ballew, 82, retired farmer and father of Principal Bennie Ballew of Bosqueville school, died at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at this home in Dawson. Funeral arrangements had not been completed last night.

Mr. Ballew is survived by his widow; four sons, Bennie Ballew of Bosqueville, Robert Ballew of Houston, Luther Ballew of Indo-China, Tom Ballew of Port Arthur; three daughters, Mrs. Ruth Wallace of Dallas, Mrs. Alfred Floyd of Dawson, Mrs. Shep Baggett of Barry.

Family links: 
  Absalom Posey Ballew (1848 - 1923)
  Partelia Aveline Coxsey Ballew (1846 - 1905)
  Edna Permelia Dunagan Ballew (1883 - 1960)
  Martha Melinda Ballew Northern (1870 - 1943)*
  Andrew Jackson Ballew (1871 - 1930)*
  George David Ballew (1872 - 1940)*
  Laura Josephine Ballew Miller (1874 - 1944)*
  James William Ballew (1876 - 1958)
  John Posey Ballew (1879 - 1962)*
  Samyel Ofe Ballew (1881 - 1890)*
  Nancy Caroline Ballew McAfee (1882 - 1948)*
  Jacob Franklin Ballew (1885 - 1962)*
  Charles Anderson Ballew (1888 - 1952)*
*Calculated relationship
Prairie Grove Cemetery
Navarro County
Texas, USA
Created by: Edward L. Williams
Record added: Mar 21, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 5307761
James William Ballew
Added by: Edward L. Williams
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From a Coxsey and Ballew in North Georgia.
 Added: Sep. 28, 2009
James, everyone should have at least one flower.
 Added: Apr. 13, 2001

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