Alsie Ball: Birth: WFT Est 1806-1848. Death: WFT Est 1820-1929
Celia "Senia" Anne Ball: Birth: 16 JUL 1833. Death: WFT Est 1820-1929
Note: [ralphroberts.ged] [roberts.GED] [roberts.GED] THE HERITAGE OF OLD BUNCOMBE COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA VOLUME II, 1987 --OLD BUNCOMBE COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, IN COOPERATION WITH THE HISTORY DIVISION OF HUNTER PUBLISHING COMPANY, WINSTON SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA. Moses was ordained to the office of the ministry on August 8, 1812 by Elders Thomas Snelson and Stephen Morgan. In 1818 he joined Bullo Creek Baptist Church as a charter member. In 1834 he joined Newfound Baptish Church. In 1848 he joined the Walnut Creek Church and in 1852 he moved his membership to Bear Creek Church where he remained until his death in 1859. During his life as a minister, Rev. Moses Freeman pastored a total of 13 Baptist Churches.After the death of Mary Fanny, Moses married on December 28, 1845, at the age of 72, Elizabeth Jarvis Ball, the widow of Joel Ball, who was the son of William Ball (1766-1844) and Sarah Campbell (1763-1840) . Elizabeth was the daughter of Jabez Jarvis, Jr. IT IS OF INTEREST TO NOTE THAT THOMAS FREEMAN, BROTHER OF MOSES, MARRIED MARY BALL, ANOTHER CHILD OF WILLIAM BALL and the sister of JOEL BALL. Mary Fannie Ball was the daughter of DANIEL BALL born about 1715 who married ELIZABETH OSBURN. Her sister ELSIE BALL married AARON FREEMAN, JR. (Aaron Jr. married 2nd ALABETH BALL)Mary Fannie's other sister ELIZABETH BALL MARRIED DANIEL FREEMAN. Notes for ELIZABETH JARVIS: When Elizabeth Jarvis Ball married Moses Freeman he was 72 and she was 50. Married on December 28,1845. Elizabeths three daughters went with her, Nancy Ball-age 22, Lucinda Ball-age 20. Lucinda is found as Miranda, and Coena-age 17. Coena has been found as Cenia or Celia. May 1, 1862 This indenture made and entered into this the first day of May and in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-two betwixt Elizabeth Freeman of the State of North Carolina and county of Madison of the one part and Manley Ball of the state and county of the other part. Witnessess that I the said Elizabeth Freeman in the afore said to the last request of Joel Ball my former husband do this day give and bequest unto the afore said Manley Ball a certain piece of land lying and being in the state and county afore said on the west side of the French Broad River including a part of the tract of land owned by William Bayles at his decease, Beginning on a white oak and popular on the west side of a ridge at the edge of a path and runs south sixty-five west one hundred poles to a black oak on a ridge corner betwixt Noah Ball and Manley Ball then east down the top of a small ridge a conditional line to a small dogwood on the west side of Bayles Branch, then eastwardly to a white oak on the Bayles tract line, then north with the line to the beginning continous sixty-five acres more or less and I the said Elizabeth Freeman doth here myself, my heirs inventers or administrators give and grant the afore said Manley Ball, his excutus or grants and every affortance there unto the belonging or administrators ever free for and all rights, titles, claims, or demands what ever in witness where of I have here unto set my hand and official seal the date and day here above written. Writer marked out Elizabeth Freeman (seal) her x mark North Carolina ] Madison County] The due excutiner of the foregoing instrument was this day proven before me by the oath and examination of Garrett Ramsey the subscribing witness there to let said instrument-------- Children of JOEL BALL and ELIZABETH JARVIS are: 6. i. NOAH4 BALL. 7. ii. JAMES MANLEY BALL, b. October 08, 1836; d. November 11, 1914, Madison,Co. NC.
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