|Birth: ||Jan. 27, 1889|
|Death: ||Aug. 22, 1948|
Ball, Nelson M. Born January 28, 1899 on a farm north of Versailles. He died at 59. He was a shoe repairman and retired farmer. He had a heart attack at the fairgrounds while at a ball game. The funeral was held at
the Methodist Church with Rev. Val B. Strader officiating. Music by Eunice Morris and Mrs Harold Floyd. He was buried in the Versailles cemetery
Nelson spent his entire live in Versailles except for five years in Camdenton. He was the son of James Waldo and Margaret Ann Ball. When he retired from farming he moved to Camdenton, where he established a shoe repair shop. After five years he returned to Versailles and opened
a shoe shop next to Central Missouri Milk Co-Op Milk Station. He married Miss Gladys Sanford of Versailles on Sept 14, 1912 of this union four children were born, two died in infancy. He is survived by his
wife and two daughters: Mrs James (Katherine) LaQuey of Richland and Miss Marceline Ball of Camdenton; a grandaughter: Mary Jean LaQuey; a sister: Julia Ball of Kansas city; a brother Lester Ball of Sedalia and
his mother-in-law: Mrs Sudie Sanford. A brother Austin Ball died three years ago.
Death Cert# 27105.
Billy B. Ball (1922 - 1922)*
Eleanor Ann Ball (1925 - 1925)*
Created by: Bonnie Morris Conrad
Record added: Jun 13, 2010
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