Sunday, January 22, 2017

Census Sunday: Alfords in Mississippi

Jesse Warren Ball & Cynthia Alford




1850 US Census, MS, Marion; ancestry.com; Jesse Ball family.

Jesse Ball 41 b GA $1,200
C 30 b MS
N 16 b MS
J 10 b MS
Louisa 9 b MS
M 7 b MS
S 6 b MS
JJ 4 b MS
A 4 b MS
Lacey 1 b MS


1860 US Census, MS, Pike, Holmesville; ancenstry.com; Jesse Ball family.

Jesse Ball, farmer, 51 b GA, $1,000/$8,500
Synthia 39 b MS
All children b MS
Misouria A 17
Sampson 15
John J 13
Lacey A 11
Jeptha O. 11
Ide W (m)7
Mira M (f)4
Ennera W (f) 2
Harrison P. 2/12

1870 US Census, MS, Marion, Columbia; ancestry.com; Jesse Ball family.

Jesse Ball 62 b MS, farmer, $500/$150
All born MS
Ida Wesley (m) 17
Martha E 15
Myer M 14
Emma 12
Harrison J 10
James A Terrell 24, farming
Lucy A 21, wife
John R. W. 2
Jesse Nelson 3/12

Alfred Baer 12 farm hand

Cynthia Ann (Alford) Ball is my 2nd great grand aunt.
Cynthia's sister, Lacey A. Alford, married James Michael Ball.




5 comments:

  1. Initials instead of names always makes me mad. I'm relieved when I can match them up easily the next census, but when they don't match - GRRRR!

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    1. I completely understand what you are saying. Those initials rather than names sometimes make me want to pull out my hair. ha!

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  2. I always like your Census Sunday posts because you make it so easy to understand who's who and where they were when.

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    1. Marian, thanks for stopping by & for your kind comments!

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  3. Have you found any connection to the Ball Family of Charleston, SC?

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