2 JUN 1641 - London, England
BEF 16 NOV 1694 - Lancaster, VA
William Ball, IIWilliam Ball II >> William Ball III >> George Ball >> Williamson Ball >> Milly Ball >> John Sydnor >> Nancy Sydnor >> Fairfax Lewis >> Orah Lewis >> Marvin George >> Maida George
William Ball immigrated with his father, he was Captain of the Lancaster County Militia and a Burgess.
William II married Margaret Williamson before November 11th, 1672. She was the son of James Williamson of Old Rappahannock County. William and Margaret had nine children. They lived on a 227-acres plantation near present day Lancaster Courthouse. William II held many of the same offices as his father; he was a Burgess, Chief Justice in county court and an officer in the militia. When his father died in 1680 William inherited most of his lands including the property that came to be known as Millenbeck.
William II wrote his will on September 28th, 1694 and it was proven soon after on November 16th. He left his land in Lancaster County to his son William III who would go on to develop the plantation at Millenbeck.
- Mann, Nina T. Millenbeck: An Archaeological Excavation of a Colonial Mansion. Lancaster, Va: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, 1976. Print. Pg. 7.
- Wright, F E. Lancaster County, Virginia Marriage References and Family Relationships. , 2015. Print. Pg. 7.
- Lancaster County Deed and Will Book 14. Pg. 55. & 82
- Ball, William. Land Grant 9 December 1706. 9 Dec. 1706.
- Virginia, Marriages of the Northern Neck of Virginia, 1649-1800
Spouse & Children:
- Richard Ball
- Joseph Ball
- Hannah Ball