| Lizzie BALLARD3,401 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 73123. Parents: William
G. BALLARD and Florence GOODALL.
Lucy BALLARD3,405 was born in 1780.3,405 She died after 1860.3,405 She is reference number 95852.
Mabel BALLARD3,401 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 73127. Parents: William G. BALLARD and Rosa B. BARNETT.
Margaret Ann BALLARD3,401 was born on 3 May 1857 in Mercer County, WV.3,401 She died after 1896 in Pinch, WV.3,401 She was also known as Maggie. She is reference number 73112.
MARGARET ANN "MAGGIE" BALLARD was born May 3, 1857, in Mercer County,
(West) Virginia, the only known daughter of William and Elizabeth J. Lavender Ballard.
Shortly after her 15th birthday, Maggie was united in marriage with Joseph H. Boggs on
May 30, 1872, in Kanawha Co., WV. Joseph was the son of Levi J. and Amanda Boggs.
The marriage was performed by her maternal uncle, Rev. John S. Lavender. Maggie's
brother, Wilson, also was united in marriage that day with Miss Mary Wells.
The Joseph and Maggie Boggs family settled on Campbell's Creek and in Malden,
Kanawha, WV. Shortly after her 16th birthday, Maggie gave birth to a son who she
named William H. Boggs (1873).
The Boggs family then moved to Nelsonville, Athens, Ohio, where their second child,
James Wilson Boggs, was born in 1876. The family moved back to Kanawha Co. circa.
1877. While in Kanawha County, Joseph and Maggie produced five more known children whose
names were Minnie Mae, born 1878; Levi J., born 1883; David, born 1887-1888; Rosa, born
1889-1890; and Mary E., born 1891.
The Joseph and Maggie Boggs family made their final home in Kanawha County, West Virginia,
Sadly, Maggie Ballard Boggs died some time before 1896 probably in Pinch, WV. Joseph
remarried Drusilla Pittman in 1896. Their only known child was named Rebecca Fran Boggs.
Both Joseph and Maggie's burial locations are presently unknown.
SOURCES: Research of Lisa Tong, Research of JB Parents: William H. BALLARD and Elizabeth Jane LAVENDER.
Spouse: Joseph BOGGS. Joseph BOGGS and Margaret Ann BALLARD were married on 30 May 1872 in Kanawha County, WV -- By Rev. John S. Lavender.3,401 Reference Number:1207416 Children were: William A. BOGGS, James Wilson BOGGS, Minnie Mae BOGGS, Levi J. BOGGS, David BOGGS, Rosa BOGGS, Mary E. BOGGS.
Margaret Mae BALLARD3,401,916 was born in Nov 1882.3,401 She died in 1952.3,401 She was also known as Maggie. She is reference number 72781. Parents: Wilson Lively BALLARD and Mary WELLS.
Spouse: Frank MASSEY. Frank MASSEY and Margaret Mae BALLARD were married. Reference Number:1201355
Mary BALLARD.188 Parents: Richard BALLARD and Elizabeth ORRICK.
Mary Ann BALLARD.19
Mary Ann BALLARD3,401 was born in 1838 in Monroe County, (W)V.3,401 She died after 1880 in Kanawha Co., WV.3,401 She is reference number 73726. Parents: Wilson BALLARD and Sarah GOODALL.
Mary Opal BALLARD3,405,577 was born on 16 Oct 1923 in Houston, Harris, TX.3,405,577 She died on 21 Mar 1980 in Corpus Christi, Nueces, TX.3,405,577 She was buried Unknown in Robstown, TX.3,577 She is reference number 94962.
Cause of Death:<CAUS> Oatcell cancer of lung
MARY OPAL BALLARD was Audrey's first daughter, second child. Following
her birth, there were 3 more sons before her first "little sister" was
born who was named Blanche after her grandmother ANNA BLANCHE MAGILL.
Then the birth of another sister, Barbara and a little brother Dickie.
She was married three times, and longed for children but n ever had any.
First husband unknown. Second husband, Eugene McDaniel. Thi rd husband,
Leon Todd. She lived her last 20 years in Hobbs, NM. She passed away in
a Corpus Christi, TX, hospital (Memorial) and is buried in Robstown
Memorial Gardens in Robstown, TX.
Parents: Lee Roy BALLARD and Audrey Verna WINSLOW.
May BALLARD3,453 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 60083.
Micajah BALLARD.188 Parents: Richard BALLARD and Elizabeth ORRICK.
Nancy Ann BALLARD3,401 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 73816.
Netty BALLARD5,128 was born about 1801.5,128
Nicholas BALLARD3,401 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 73636. Parents: John BALLARD and Elizabeth THOMPSON.
Spouse: Elizabeth W. CLARK. Nicholas BALLARD and Elizabeth W. CLARK were married. Reference Number:1215130
Pamela Kay BALLARD3,405 was born on 8 Aug 1947 in Houston, Harris Co., TX.3,405 She died on 11 Oct 1973 in Houston, Harris Co., TX.3,405 She is reference number 99001. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Marriage fact]3,405 Parents: Conoley Edward BALLARD.
Phillip BALLARD3,38 was also known as Phillip Ballard.3,38 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 5719.
Phillip BALLARD3,38 was born before 1820.3,38 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 21826.
Poletus Washington BALLARD3,401 was born in 1832 in Monroe Co., (W)V.3,401 He died after 1880.3,401 He is reference number 73725. Parents: Wilson BALLARD and Sarah GOODALL.
Poletus Washington BALLARD3,401,919 was born on 30 Apr 1854 in Monroe County, (West) Virginia.3,401 He died in 1915 in Boone Co., WV.3,401 He is reference number 72754.
Kanawha County Marriage Records 1871-1880:
"Groom Name: Ballard, Washington
Bride Name: Mary Ann Coiner
He being born in Monroe Co., VA (WV). Her being born in Kanawha Co., he being age 26, she being age 24, she getting the permission of her father, George Coiner, married by Rev. C.J.? Rippetoe?."
"William" Poletus Washington Ballard was born April 30, 1854, in Mercer Co., (W)V, the son of William and Elizabeth Jane Lavender Ballard. As a child, Ballard had to endure a lot of moving around. The William and Elizabeth Ballard family lived in Mercer County, (W)V, from 1852 to about 1857, in Cabell County, (W)V, from about 1858 to about 1860, and in Monroe County, (W)V, in 1861. Ballard's siblings were Wilson L. Ballard, James P. Ballard, John W. Ballard (died young), Margaret A. Ballard, and William G. Ballard. The William and Elizabeth Ballard family moved to Kanawha County, (W)V, in about 1862. Poletus went through a great loss in 1865. His father, William Ballard, was murdered in the Co. G, 7th WV Cavalry camp at Coalsmouth on March 18, 1865. William was shot by John Wesley Adkins, a
private in the same company. Poletus Ballard remained with his mother and siblings for many years after that. He, along with his brothers Wilson and James, were coal miners in the London area by the year 1869. Wash Ballard, as he was called, married Lucy Johnson June 22, 1876, at Kanawha Co., WV. The marriage produced one child who was named Leola (aka Ola). Sadly, Lucy died some time before 1880. Wash remarried Mary Ann Coiner August 25, 1880, at Kanawha Co., WV. The marriage produced the following children: William H., Lillian M., George W. (died young), Bertha, James W., Forest L., Hattie (aka Gracie), E. Russell, and Ella F. Wash and Mary Ann ran a boarding house at Eskdale from about 1905 to about 1913. They bought property at Fosterville in Boone Co., WV, in 1914. There, Wash ran a general store out of a barn near the house. His establishment was one of the first to have a power box
(generator) in it's basement for power. "William" Poletus Washington Ballard died between 1914 and 1920 most likely at Fosterville, Boone, WV. His burial place is believed to be Red Warrior Cemetery, Cabin Creek, WV, but no tombstone has been found. Mary Ann Coiner Ballard died December 25, 1938, at Fosterville, Boone, WV. She is buried at Montgomery Memorial Park, London, WV. NOTES: Pronunciation of POLETUS: (PLEE-tus) If you are a descendant of Poletus W. Ballard or one of his siblings, please contact me for instructions on how to join the "W-EBallard" mailing list through OneList. My email address is WrldTrvlr2@email.msn.com" Parents: William H. BALLARD and Elizabeth Jane LAVENDER.
Spouse: Mary Ann COINER. Poletus Washington BALLARD and Mary Ann COINER were married on 25 Aug 1880 in Kanawha Co., WV.3,401 Reference Number:1198658 Children were: William Henry BALLARD, Lillian May BALLARD, George Washington BALLARD, Bertha BALLARD, James Wilson BALLARD, Forest Luther BALLARD, Hattie R. BALLARD, Elmer Russell BALLARD, Ella Frances BALLARD.
Richard Wayne BALLARD Sr.3,405 was born on 15 Jun 1919 in Rockdale, Milamco., TX.3,405 He died on 20 Oct 1992 in Tulsa, OK.3,405 He is reference number 95216. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Marriage fact]3,405 Parents: Charles Warren BALLARD and Ursula MARQUIS.
Robert Leon BALLARD3,401,920 was born on 1 Feb 1919 in Cabin Creek, Kanawha, WV.3,401 He died on 7 Sep 2000 in West Virginia.3,401 He is reference number 72678. Parents: William Henry BALLARD and Elizabeth Almara BATTON.
Spouse: Living HOLDREN.
Susannah BALLARD7,188 was born about 1732 in Cleve Prior, Worceston, England. Parents: Richard BALLARD and Elizabeth ORRICK.
Thomas BALLARD3,401 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 73122. Parents: William G. BALLARD and Florence GOODALL.
Thomas BALLARD3,405 was born WFT Est 1666-1704.3,405 He died WFT Est 1707-1785.3,405 He is reference number 98674. Parents: Capt. John BALLARD and Elizabeth BLAND.
Thomas BALLARD3,401 died in 1829 in Albemarle County, VA.3,401 He was born Between 1744-1745 in Albemarle County, VA.3,401 He is reference number 73631.
Virgie BALLARD3,401,921 was born in Feb 1879.3,401,922 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 72983. Parents: Wilson Lively BALLARD and Mary WELLS.
W.R. BALLARD3,401,923 was born in Aug 1880.3,401 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 73036. Parents: Wilson Lively BALLARD and Mary WELLS.
William BALLARD3,401 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 73641. Parents: John BALLARD and Molly POWERS.
William BALLARD3,405 was born WFT Est 1846-1866.3,405 He died WFT Est 1880-1952.3,405 He is reference number 98296.
William BALLARD5,128 was born about 1780.5,128 He is reference number 6321.
Spouse: Rebecca WILEY. William BALLARD and Rebecca WILEY were married. Reference Number:3836
William Curtis BALLARD3,87 was born on 13 Jan 1835 in , Ste Genevieve Co, MO.3,87 He died on 14 Apr 1914 in Dickens, Dickens Co, TX.3,87 He was buried Unknown in Dickens Cemetery, Dickens, Dickens Co, TX.3,87 He is reference number 46909.
William G. BALLARD3,401 was born on 27 Sep 1861 in Monroe Co., (West) Virginia.3,401 He died after 1920 in Kanawha Co., (West) Virginia.3,401 He is reference number 73096.
WILLIAM G. BALLARD was born September 27, 1861, in Monroe County, (West)
Virginia, the fifth son and last known child of William and Elizabeth J. Lavender Ballard.
William was born with a nerve disorder which caused him to tremble. He lived with his
mother at Brownstown (Marmet), Kanawha, WV, until he married Rosa "Rosie" B. Barnett on
October 2, 1886, in Kanawha Co., WV. Rosie died in 1888 and William
remarried Florence Goodall on September 11, 1890, in Kanawha Co., WV.
William's known issue with Rosie: James and Mabel Ballard
William's known issue with Florence: Thomas, Lizzie, Willie, and John Ballard.
Florence died between the years 1910 in Kanawha County, WV. William died some time after
1920 in Kanawha Co., WV. His burial location is presently
unknown. Parents: William H. BALLARD and Elizabeth Jane LAVENDER.
Spouse: Florence GOODALL. William G. BALLARD and Florence GOODALL were married on 11 Sep 1890.3,401 Reference Number:1207142 Children were: Thomas BALLARD, Lizzie BALLARD, Willie BALLARD, John BALLARD.
William H. BALLARD3,401 was born in 1830 in Monroe Co., (West) Virginia.3,401 He died on 18 Mar 1865 in Coalsmouth, WV (St. Albans), Kanawha County.3,401 He is reference number 73085.
William Ballard was born in 1830 in Monroe Co., (W)V, the
son of Wilson Ballard and Sarah Goodall Ballard. On January 8,
1852, he was united in marriage with Elizabeth Jane
Lavender, daughter of John and Jane Baker Lavender.
Elizabeth was born in 1827 in Wythe County, Virginia. She
died August 14, 1889, in Kanawha Co., WV.
Their marriage produced six children: Wilson L., 1852;
Poletus W., 1854; James P. and John C., 1855; Margaret A.,
1857; and William G., 1861.
While married, William and Elizabeth lived in Monroe,
Mercer, Cabell, and Kanawha Counties, (W)V.
Tragically, William (a private in the 7th WV Cavalry) died
March 18, 1865, in Coalsmouth, Kanawha, WV, after being
shot (murdered) by a fellow soldier (John W. Adkins).
Brief History of the Seventh West Virginia Cavalry
Adapted from Loyal West Virginia 1861-1865, by Theodore F. Lang
The Eighth Regiment, Virginia Infantry, (of the Union Army) was organized in the Kanawha Valley, by Major John H. Oley, during the fall of 1861, headquarters being at Charleston. The regiment was ordered to New Creek in April, 1862, becoming a part of General Fremont's Mountain Department, and with the Sixtieth Ohio Infantry, was organized as an advance brigade, and placed under the command of Colonel Cluseret, A.D.C. to General Fremont. In the pursuit of Stonewall Jackson up the Shenandoah Valley, this brigade had the advance, and were engaged in several skirmishes with Turner Ashby's cavalry, following him closely to Harrisonburg, where they engaged him, resulting in the death of Ashby. This brigade occupied the center at the Battle of Cross Keys and was complimented by General Fremont for its gallantry.
The regiment became a part of General Bohlen's brigade, Sigel's Corps, in General John Pope's campaign, and served with great gallantry in all the engagements of that campaign, including the Second Battle of Bull Run. On arriving at Washington, D.C., the regiment was transferred to General Milroy's brigade, and returned with him to western Virginia, and was again assigned to duty in the Kanawha Valley. In November, 1862, it was transferred to Colonel Moor's brigade. On the assignment of General Averell to the Fourth Separate Brigade, this regiment was mounted, and became a part of his brigade, as the Seventh West Virginia Cavalry, with which it served as long as the organization existed.
The regiment spent the last years of its term in the Kanawha Valley, occupying the following different posts: Charleston, Coalsmouth, Winfield, Point Pleasant, and Guyandotte. Early in January two or three brigades of Confederate troops were sent to winter in the counties immediately in the front of these posts, and the regiment was kept very actively engaged during the winter, to prevent incursions by them, and in the protection of loyal citizens and their property. Several small engagements took place, in which a number of the enemy were killed, and about two hundred prisoners taken. About the 1st of February, 1865, six officers and nearly one hundred fifty men were discharged by reason of expiration of term of service, but the regiment was immediately filled to the maximum by the muster-in of recruits.
From the time of the surrender of Lee's army the regiment was engaged in patrolling the twenty counties of southwestern Virginia, composing the District of Kanawha, for the purpose of paroling returned Confederates and maintaining order in the country. Over 5000 Confederates were paroled by the officers of this regiment. In June, 1865, Colonel John H. Oley, who had been in command in the Kanawha Valley for a year previously, received an appointment as Brevet Brigadier-General, to rank from March 13, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service in West Virginia.
The regiment was mustered out at Charleston, West Virginia, on August 1, 1865. The regiment lost during the war: killed in battle and died of wounds, 5 officers and 28 enlisted men; died of disease or accident, 2 officers and 201 enlisted men; total, 236.
Service of the 7th West Virginia Cavalry
Adapted from Compendium of the War of the Rebellion by Frederick Dyer
8th REGIMENT INFANTRY
Organized at Buffalo, W. Va., November, 1861. Attached to District of the Kanawha, W. Va. Unassigned to May, 1862. Cluseret's Advance Brigade, Dept. of the Mountains, to June, 1862. Bohlen's Brigade, 3rd Division, 1st Corps, Pope's Army of Virginia, to September, 1862. Milroy's Independent Brigade, Defences of Washington, D.C., to October, 1862. Point Pleasant, W. Va., District of the Kanawha, W. Va., Dept. of the Ohio, to March, 1863. Averell's 4th Separate Brigade, 8th Army Corps, Middle Department, to June, 1863. Averell's 4th Separate Brigade, Dept. of West Virginia, to December, 1863. 3rd Brigade, 4th Division, Army of West Virginia, to January, 1864.
SERVICE.--Post duty at Buffalo, W. Va., till April, 1862. Ordered to New Creek, W. Va. At Franklin till May 25. Pursuit of Jackson up the Shenandoah Valley May 26-June 19. Mt. Carmel Road near Strasburg June 1. Strasburg and Staunton Road June 1-2. Harrisonburg June 6. Battle of Cross Keys June 8. Port Republic June 9. Moved to Strasburg June 19-22, thence to Middletown June 24, and duty there till July. Middletown July 7. At Winchester till August 2. Pope's Campaign in Northern Virginia August 2-September 22. Fords of the Rappahannock August 20-23. Freeman's Ford August 22. Sulphur Springs August 23-24. Waterloo Bridge August 25. Gainesville August 28. Groveton August 29. Bull Run August 30. In the Defences of Washington, D.C., till September 29. Moved to Mt. Pleasant, W. Va., September 29-October 9. Outpost duty at various points in District of West Virginia, till June, 1863. Skirmish, Gilmer County, W. Va., April 24, 1863. Regiment mounted at Bridgeport June, 1863. Moved to Grafton June 17. Beverly July 2-3. Huttonsville July 4. Moved to Cumberland, Md., July 7. Hedgesville and Martinsburg July 18-19. Averell's Raid through Hardy, Pendleton, Highland, Bath, Greenbrier and Pocahontas Counties, W. Va., August 5-31. Huntersville August 22. Warm Springs August 24. Jackson River August 25. Rocky Gap near White Sulphur Springs August 26-27. At Martinsburg till November, Averell's Raid against Lewisburg and the Virginia & Tennessee Railroad November 1-17. Mill Point November 5. Droop Mountain November 6. Covington November 9. Averell's Raid to Salem on Virginia & Tennessee Railroad December 8-25. Gatewood's December 12. Covington, Jackson River and Scott's or Barber's Creek December 19. At Martinsburg till January, 1864. Designation changed to 7th West Virginia Cavalry January 26, 1864.
7th REGIMENT CAVALRY
Organized from 8th West Virginia Mounted Infantry January 26, 1864. Attached to 3rd Brigade, 4th Division, West Virginia, to April, 1864. 3rd Brigade, 2nd Cavalry Division, West Virginia, to June, 1864. 2nd Brigade, 2nd Cavalry Division, West Virginia, to July, 1864. 1st Separate Brigade, Kanawha Valley, W. Va., to August, 1865.
SERVICE.--Duty at Martinsburg and Charleston, W. Va., to April, 1864. Crook's Raid on Virginia & Tennessee Railroad May 2-19. Rocky Gap May 6. Cloyd's Mountain May 9. New River Bridge May 10. Cove Gap May 10. Blacksburg May 11. Union and Pond Mountain Gap May 12. Meadow Bluff May 24. Hunter's Raid to Lynchburg May 26-July 1. Buffalo Gap June 6. Lexington June 11. Buchanan June 13. New London June 16. Diamond Hill June 17. Lynchburg June 17-18. Liberty June 19. Buford's Gap June 20. About Salem June 21. At Loup Creek June 29. Ordered to the Kanawha Valley and duty at Charleston, Coalsmouth, Winfield, Point Pleasant and Guyandotte till August, 1865. Coalsmouth September 30, 1864. Skirmish at Winfield October 26, 1864 (1 Co.). Operations in the Kanawha Valley November 5-12. Mustered out August 1, 1865. Parents: Wilson BALLARD and Sarah GOODALL.
Spouse: Elizabeth Jane LAVENDER. William H. BALLARD and Elizabeth Jane LAVENDER were married on 8 Jan 1852 in The John Lavender House, Monroe, (W)V.3,401 Reference Number:1201000 Children were: Wilson Lively BALLARD, Poletus Washington BALLARD, James Preston BALLARD, John Calvin BALLARD, Margaret Ann BALLARD, William G. BALLARD.
William Henry BALLARD3,401,924,925 was born on 28 Sep 1882 in Cabin Creek, Kanawha Co., WV.3,401,926 He died on 4 Feb 1955 in Charleston, Kanawha Co., WV.3,401 He was buried on 6 Feb 1955 in Montgomery Memorial Park, London, WV And Pryor Funeral Home.3,401 He is reference number 72672.
Both born in Kanawha Co., he being age 18, she being age 16, she getting the permission of her father, J.O. Batton, married by Rev. M.F. Compton, both single."
"William Henry Ballard was born September 28, 1882 at Cabin Creek, WV, the son of Wash (William Pletus or Poletus) and Mary Ann Coiner Ballard. His siblings were: Forest Luther, Bertha, James William, Hattie, Lillie, Elmer Russell, and Ella. On May 20, 1901, he was united in marriage with Elizabeth Batton. Elizabeth had a troubled childhood. Her mother, Caroline Keeney Batton, died when Lizzie was at a young age. Her father, James Overton Batton, remarried a woman by the name of Ethel who had two daughters and possibly a son. Lizzie and her sister Anna were most of the time ordered around or tormented by Ethel's demanding children. To break away from her despair, Lizzie married William Ballard. Together, they had 11 children together. Living in Cabin Creek, William was a coal miner and Lizzie ran the boarding house they had at Wevaco until she got ill in approx. 1939. From the boarding house, which the Ballards had from about 1927 to 1940, they moved to a small house at Wevaco where Lizzie could rest. On January 3, 1942, Elizabeth Ballard died at Kanawha Valley Hospital of an ovary carcinoma. William, in terrible grief, remained at Wevaco until he got ill also over the period of many years. He lived with a few of his children until he was hospitalized. Before his death, he went in and out of a coma. William Henry Ballard died February 4, 1955 at Charleston Memorial Hospital of pulmonary lung cancer. Their tombstones read: WILLIAM BALLARD 1882 - 1955 ELIZABETH BATTEN Wife of W.H. BALLARD 1884 - 1942."
1920 Census for Kanawha County:
"Ballard, W.H., Head, Age 37
-- Elizabeth, Wife, Age 35
-- Lena, Daughter, Age 17
-- Lillian, Daughter, Age 15
-- Russell, Son, Age 11
-- Clarence, Son, Age 9
-- Chas., Son, Age 6
-- Robt., Son, Age 11/12 mo."
Danny and Elizabeth not yet born. Parents: Poletus Washington BALLARD and Mary Ann COINER.
Spouse: Nellie Mae Hettesimer GLUSENCAMP. William Henry BALLARD and Nellie Mae Hettesimer GLUSENCAMP were married. Reference Number:1198657
Spouse: Elizabeth Almara BATTON.
William Henry BALLARD and Elizabeth Almara BATTON were married on 20 May
1901 in Charleston, Kanawha Co., WV By Rev. M.F. Compton.3,401 Reference
William Henry BALLARD3,401 was born in Sep 1906 in Cabin Creek, Kanawha, WV.3,401 He died on 2 Dec 1907 in Wake Forest, Kanawha, WV.3,401 He was also known as Billy. He is reference number 73658.
Cause of Death: Croup Parents: William Henry BALLARD and Elizabeth Almara BATTON.
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