An Elaborate History and Genealogy of the Ballous in America

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Press of E. L. Freeman & son, 1888 - 1323 էջ
Maturin Ballou was settled in Providence, Rhode Island as early as 1646, where he married Hannah Pike. Four of their six or seven children survived. Descendants are scattered throughout eastern United States.
 

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