Bruce Alford. please review this. His death is listed as 1937 but the note says he served in World War II. Probably just a typo.
Added by Colleen on Sep 21, 2017 4:27 PM
|burch_79||Warren Cemtery, Marion County|
Please review John's parents were born 41 years after John's birth
John Warren Ball
Birth: Feb. 3, 1803 Death: May 9, 1866
Sampson Edward Ball (1844 - 1918)
Lucy Youngblood Ball (1844 - 1926
Check if his father could be
Find A Grave Memorial# 165154571
Added by burch_79 on Jun 16, 2016 6:52 PM
|Judy Schaaf||JOhn Warren Ball 1844-1917|
I forgot to ad that there is also a typo in the death date and his date of marriage to Corrinne is incorrect - the MS Marriages records has it as 9 April 1868.
Hi, please note there is some error in the obituary posted here because it states an obviously incorrect date of birth. Thanks, Judy
|Patsy (Pulis) Huffhines||Rebecca Jane Warren|
Rebecca 1807 - 1880
Can you please tell me all the words on her stone please.
Thanks you Patsy
|Patsy (Pulis) Huffhines||Liberty Warrren|
Liberty Warren 7 May 1802 - 11 Jan 1874
Kimmel can you please write me what is on Liberty's tombstone all the words and would love to know what the verse is on bottom.
Hi Jesse Warren Ball married three times. On Oct 12, 1830 in Marion Co MS he married Eliza Conerly; she died before his second marriage in 1837 to Cynthia Alford. The last marriage was to Mary Newman Stewart (in 1866). Judy
Please note that he is linked to the wrong parents (those to whom he is linked are a younger generation!. His parents were an older Sampson Edward Ball (1778-1829) and wife Elizabeth Warren Ball (1783-1816). He was my first cousin 4x removed. Judy
|Patsy (Pulis) Huffhines||John Warren SR|
B. 18 Dec. 1752 D. 22 May 1821
Do you happen to know what the bronz plaque that is laying on his old tombstone SAYS?????
Revolutionary Soldier 1775-1783
Thanks for putting him on Find A GRAVe
|LSG||Is this the same person as newspaper article?|
November 18, 1858, Page 2
Transcribed by: Laurel Baty
JOE, a slave belonging to Mr. James CARTER, of Kingston, in this county, was killed on Saturday evening last, by Mr. James T. Sheats, overseer for Mr. Carter. He was whipped or rather beaten to death with sticks. Sheats has left for parts unknown. A coronerís jury returned a verdict of murder.
Added by LSG on Apr 03, 2015 12:20 PM
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