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Elizabeth (Harleston) Ball (abt. 1679 - 1720)

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Elizabeth Ball formerly Harleston
Born about in Coffinswell, Devonshire, Englandmap
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Wife of — married in St. James Parish, Berkeley County, SCmap
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Died in St. James Parish, Berkeley County, South Carolina, British Coloniesmap
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Biography I

John Harleston[1]
Born: 02 August 1572;
Died: 25 June 1624, South Ockendon, Essex
Baptized: Knebworth, Hertfordshire.
Father: Thomas Harleston
Mother: Mary Lytton.
Maternal Grandfather: Rowland Lytton, Esq.
Spouse: Elizabeth Hoo[2] (1st), married on 26 June 1592, at St. Paul's Walden, Hertfordshire. She is the daughter of Thomas Hoo and Helen Peryent. She died 7 July 1608.
Children of this union:
1. Elizabeth Harleston;
2. Jane Harleston, m. Josiah Harte;
3. Helen Harleston, m. Alexander Brand;
4. Anna Harleston, m. Frances Lidiard;
5. Martha Harleston;
6. Mary Harleston.
Spouse: Jane Wentworth[3] (2nd), 1 Sept 1608, at Stepney, Middlesex; daughter and co-heiress of Philip Wentworth, Gent., of St. Margaret's, Ipswich, Suffolk, by Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Corbett, Knt. Jane was born about 1579, and died about 15 April 1626.
Children of this union:
1. John, Gent., Harleston[4]
2. Thomas Harleston
3. Henry Harleston
4. Peter Harleston
5. George Harleston
6. Robert Harleston
7. Edmund Harleston
8. Edward Harleston
9. Affra Harleston
10. Mary Harleston
Occupation: Justice of thd Peace in Essex.
Affra Harleston[5]
Baptized: at South Ockendon, Essex on 12 October 1615.
Immigrated: South Carolina, in the Carolina, April 1670.
Married: John Comin, (Gent.) or Coming, before 25 February 1671/2 in Charleston, South Carolina, of Comingtree Plantation. They had no issue.
John Coming's Will Proved: 20 August 1694.
Affra Coming's will dated 28 December 1698, was proved 9 March 1698/9.
John Harleston, Gent. [6] of Malling, Essex
Baptized: 15 November 1610, at South Ockendon, Essex.
Married: Elizabeth ___________ .
Died: before 28 December 1698.
Children of this union:
1. John Harleston
2. Anne Harleston, m. Rev. Thomas Bulkley;
3. Elizabeth Harleston [7]
Citation
  • South Carolina Hist. Mag. 3 (1902): 150-173.TG 9 (1988): 163-225.
John Harleston, Gent. [8]
From: Dublin, Ireland
Immigrated to South Carolina before 1703, settling in St. James Parish, Berkeley County.
Married: Elizabeth Willis in Charleston, South Carolina 15 April 1707.
Children of this union:
1. John Harleston
2. Nicholas Harleston
3. George Harleston
4. Daniel Harleston
5. Edward Harleston
6. Philip Harleston
7. Ann Harleston, m. Jonathan Scott.
John Harleston[9] left a will dated 16 September 1734. Elizabeth Willis Harleston's will was dated 5 June 1754, and proved 2 July 1756.

Citation
  • South Carolina Hist. Mag. 3 (1902): 150-173.TG 9 (1988): 163-225.
Elizabeth Harleston Ball [10]
Immigrated to South Carolina before 1 June 1699.
Married: Elias Ball, Gent.[11]about 1699. He was of St. James Parish, Berkeley County and Charleston, South Carolina.
Died: 31 August 1720
Children of this union:
1. Elias Ball;
2. John Coming Ball;
3. Anne Ball, m. Capt. Philip Dawes and George Austin;
4. Elizabeth Ball, m. John Ashby, John Vicarage and Richard Shubrick.
Citation
Deas Recollections of the Ball Family of South Carolina & Comingtree Plantation (1909). TG9 (1988): 163-225.

Sources

  1. Source: Richardson, Douglas; Everingham, Kimball G., Editor. Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Vol. III, pg 231-232, #16-17. Salt Lake City, Utah. 2013.
  2. Source: Sarah Klingman's Family Tree - Elizabeth Harleston.

Footnotes

  1. Richardson, Douglas. Everingham, Kimball G., Editor. Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Vol. III, pg 231-232, #16-17. Salt Lake City, Utah. 2013.
  2. Richardson, Douglas. Everingham, Kimball G., Editor. Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Vol. III, pg 231-232, #16-17. Salt Lake City, Utah. 2013.
  3. Richardson, Douglas. Everingham, Kimball G., Editor. Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Vol. III, pg 231-232, #16-17. Salt Lake City, Utah. 2013.
  4. Richardson, Douglas. Everingham, Kimball G., Editor. Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Vol. III, pg 231-232, #16-17. Salt Lake City, Utah. 2013.
  5. Richardson, Douglas. Everingham, Kimball G., Editor. Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Vol. III, pg 231-232, #16-17. Salt Lake City, Utah. 2013.
  6. Richardson, Douglas. Everingham, Kimball G., Editor. Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Vol. III, pg 231-232, #16-17. Salt Lake City, Utah. 2013.
  7. Richardson, Douglas. Everingham, Kimball G., Editor. Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Vol. III, pg 231-232, #16-17. Salt Lake City, Utah. 2013.
  8. Richardson, Douglas. Everingham, Kimball G., Editor. Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Vol. III, pg 231-232, #16-17. Salt Lake City, Utah. 2013.
  9. Richardson, Douglas. Everingham, Kimball G., Editor. Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Vol. III, pg 231-232, #16-17. Salt Lake City, Utah. 2013.
  10. Richardson, Douglas. Everingham, Kimball G., Editor. Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Vol. III, pg 231-232, #16-17. Salt Lake City, Utah. 2013.
  11. Richardson, Douglas. Everingham, Kimball G., Editor.Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Vol. III, pg 231-232, #16-17. Salt Lake City, Utah. 2013.

Acknowledgments

  • Thank you Lynden Rodriguez, first created this profile on Monday, July 21, 2014.


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