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Pioneers' Association (Outagamie County, Wis.) / Record of the pioneers of Outagamie County, Wisconsin : also an appendix containing the minutes and records of the Pioneer Association since our annual meeting of 1895

Record of the pioneers of Outagamie County,   pp. [5]-107 PDF (21.2 MB)

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Anson Ballard, son of Samuel and Diana Ballard, was
born in Appling, Jefferson county, N. B., on the 30th day
of Dec. A. D. 1821; he
came to Appleton in 1850,
and remained until his
death on the 4th of April,
1873. He was-married in
Sheboygan in 1851 to
Harriet M. Story.  He
practised law with Perry
H. Smith several years
and later on went into
real estate business which
he followed up to the time
of his death. Mr. Ballard
was a prominent member
of  the Congregational
church in Appleton, also
a Mason and Knight
Templar and thoroughly
interested in educational
work. Th., nnamR of hRI
ANSON BALLARD.        children are Irving  M.
Ballard, Leda A. Ballard,
now Mrs. 0. E. Clark; Irene Ballard, now Mrs. T. W.
Orbison; Della S. Ballard died Oct. 14, 1857; Eugene Bal-
lard died Dec. 10, 1864; Nellie Ballard, Mrs. W. L. Conkey,
died Aug. 10, 1891; Frederick J. Ballard, Pearl Edna
Ballard died April 12, 1877. Anson Ballard had two
brothers, Porter and Jesse Ballard, who came to Appleton
in an early day and cleared and established homes on the
n. e. X of Sec. 24, T. 24, R. 17. Porter Ballard lived there
until his death ; his son, Clinton Ballard, now lives on the
homestead. Jesse Ballard removed to Missouri and died
Was born in the year 1862.

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