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Barclay BALLARD

Male Abt 1751 - Abt 1814  (~ 63 years)


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  • Name Barclay BALLARD 
    Born Abt 1751 
    Gender Male 
    Name Bartlett BALLARD 
    Died Abt 4 May 1814  Lynchburg, Campbell County [now Independent City], VA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • (1) Barclay Ballard of Bedford County, Virginia (c. 1751-1814) <https://ballardofvirginia.wordpress.com/lineage-group-iii-descendants -of-william-ballard-of-caroline-county-virginia-c-1715-1794/barclay-ba llard-of-bedford-county-virginia-c-1751-1814/>:

      Barclay Ballard of Bedford County, Virginia (c. 1751-1814), was the son of William Ballard of Bedford County, Virginia.

      Barclay [Barklay] Ballard married Judith Johnson, who died 17 July 1824. At one time residing in Caroline County, on 20 May 1775, Barclay (also known as Bartlett) received a certificate from the Caroline "Circular" Monthly Meeting to the South River Monthly Meeting, dated 11 March 1775. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297.

      The next year Barclay [Bartlett] was granted on 13 January 1776 by the South River Monthly Meeting a certificate to the Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting to marry. On 27 February 1776 at Cedar Creek Montlhy Meeting, Bartlett of Bedford County, son of William Ballard married in a public meeting of friends Judith Johnson, daughter of John Johnson of Amelia County. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 227. On 11 May 1776 at Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting, Barclay is reported married to Judith Johnson. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 228.

      On 15 November 1777 Judith Ballard is received by South River Monthly Meeting on certificate from Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting, certificate dated 14 June 1777. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297.

      On 16 September 1780 at South River Monthly Meeting, Barclay is condemned for misconduct. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297. On 17 February 1781, at South River Monthly Meeting, Barclay appealed to the Quarterly Meeting concerning his dismissal by this Monthly Meeting. "Matter drags indefinitely." Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297. In 1782, at South River Monthly Meeting, Barclay Ballard is condemned for misconduct and requests reinstatement. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297. On 18 June 1782 at South River Monthly Meeting, the Quarterly Meeting upheld the decision of the Monthly Meeting to dismiss Barclay, but recommended that leniency be shown.

      On 4 May 1814, it is reported at South River Monthly Meeting that Barclay Ballard died age 62 or 63 years. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297.

      Their children were [as recorded in a Record Book of the South River Monthly Meeting, Bedford County, Virginia]:

      [i] Johnson, b. 3 November 1776. On 1 March 1805, Johnson Ballard married Polly Douglass. George Douglas, Surety. Married by George Rucker, 5 March 1805. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 875. However, on 8 June 1805 at South River Monthly Meeting, Johnson Ballard is dismissed, having married contrary to discipline. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297.

      [ii] James, b. 23 October 1777. On 13 February 1806 at South River Monthly Meeting, James Ballard of Bedford County, the son of Barclay and Judith Ballard, married at South River Meeting House in Campbell County Betsy Butterworth of Campbell County, the daughter of Benjamin and Rachel Butterworth. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297. The witnesses who signed the marriage certificate were: William Ballard, Benjamin Butterworth, Josiah Bailey, Jonathan Johnson, William Butler, John Lynch, James S. Butler, Thomas Burgess, Wm. Davis, Jr., Polly Butterworth, Milley Butterworth, Nancy Ballard, Susanna Bailey, Mildred Ratcliff, Anna Lynch, Matilda Roberts, Druscilla Burgess, Sally Lodge, Mildred Tyree, Judith Johnson, Betsy Douglass, Alice Grewell, Mary Butler, Zalinda Davis, William Stanton. James Pinkney Bell, Our Quaker Friends in Ye Olden Time (Lynchburg: J.P. Bell Co., 1905), p. 74. James Ballard died 7 May 1810 and was buried at the South River Burial Ground. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297.

      [iii] Lydia, b. 7 December 1778 at South River Monthly Meeting. Lydia Ballard of Bedford County married Timothy Johnson. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297. On 11 September 1799 she is again reported married to Timothy Johnson. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297.

      [iv] William, b. 15 January 1780, died August 1816. On 14 November 1805 at South River Monthly Meeting. William Ballard of Bedford County, the son of Barclay and Judith Ballard, married at South River Meeting House in Campbell County Nancy Butterworth, the daughter of Benjamin and Rachel Butterworth of Campbell County. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297. The witnesses to the wedding were: Barclay Ballard, Benjamin Butterworth, James Ballard, William Stanton, James Candler, John P. Swinney, Edward Lynch, Timothy Grewell, Isaac Pidgeon, Polly Butterworth, Betsy Butterworth, Polly Ballard, Huldah Stanton, Fancy Johnson, Deborah Douglas, Mildred Ratcliff. Bell, p. 73. Their child: Granderson Butterworth Ballard, b. 27 April 1808. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297. William Ballard is reported dead in August 1816 at South River Monthly Meeting. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297. On 12 July 1817, at South River Monthly Meeting, Nancy Ballard and her children Granderson Butterworth, Samuel Moorman, William Frederick and Elizabeth Ann are granted a certificate to Miami Monthly Meeting in Ohio. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297.

      [v] Susanna, b. 2 March 1781. On 15 July 1804 at South River Monthly Meeting Susanna Ballard, daughter of Barclay and Judith Ballard of Bedford County married Josiah Bailey of Campbell County, Virginia. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297. The witnesses to the wedding were: Thomas Johnson, Johnson Ballard, William Butler, Amos Holloway, Nicholas Johnson, Benjamin Johnson, John Swinney, Joseph Johnson, Rhoda Johnson, Agatha Johnson, Elizabeth Holloway, Salley Macey, Betsy Butterworth, Nancy Johnson, Susanna Stone. Bell, p. 73.

      [vi] Samuel, b. 26 June 1783.

      [viii] Thomas, b. 12 March 1785. On 1 October 1812, Goose Creek Monthly Meeting, Thomas produced a certificate from South River Monthly Meeting to marry Sarah Lewis, the daughter of Joel and Sarah Lewis. They were married at Goose Creek Meeting House (lower) in Bedford County. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 349. On 5 November 1812 at Goose Creek Monthly Meeting Thomas is reported married to Sarah Lewis. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 349. On 7 January 1813, Sarah Lewis was received on certificate from Goose Creek Monthly Meeting, dated 7 January 1813. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297. They removed to Ohio, for on 10 September 1814 the South River Monthly Meeting granted to Thomas and his wife Sarah a certificate to Center Monthly Meeting in Ohio. Hinshaw, Vol. VI, p. 297.
    Person ID I37337  Frost, Gilchrist and Related Families
    Last Modified 9 Dec 2019 

    Father William BALLARD,   b. Abt 1715,   d. Bef 29 Apr 1794, Bedford County, VA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 79 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Mary BYRUM,   b. Abt 1710,   d. Abt 1765, Bedford County, VA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 55 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Married 1734  Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting, Louisa County, VA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F16109  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Judith JOHNSON,   d. 17 Jul 1824 
    Married 27 Feb 1776 
    Children 
     1. Susanna BALLARD,   b. 2 Mar 1781  [natural]
     2. Samuel BALLARD,   b. 26 Jun 1783  [natural]
     3. Thomas BALLARD,   b. 12 Mar 1785  [natural]
     4. William BALLARD,   b. 15 Jan 1780,   d. Abt Aug 1816  (Age 36 years)  [natural]
     5. Johnson BALLARD,   b. 3 Nov 1776  [natural]
     6. James BALLARD,   b. 23 Oct 1777,   d. 7 May 1810  (Age 32 years)  [natural]
     7. Lydia BALLARD,   b. 7 Dec 1778  [natural]
    Last Modified 9 Dec 2019 14:42:13 
    Family ID F16469  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart