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Samuel BUTTERFIELD
Mary Ann BALLARD
Husband:  Samuel BUTTERFIELD
Birth:  17 May 1647, Woburn, Middlesex Co., MA
Death:  1714, Chelmsford, Middlesex Co., MA 
Father:  Benjamin BUTTERFIELD
Mother:  Ann __?__
Marriage:
Wife:  Mary Ann BALLARD
Birth:  1650, Andover, Essex Co., MA
Father:  William BALLARD
Mother: Grace __?__
Children:
1.  Samuel BUTTERFIELD
2.  Mary BUTTERFIELD, b. ca. 1679
3.  Ann BUTTERFIELD
4.  Phebe BUTTERFIELD
5.  Deborah BUTTERFIELD, b. 20 Aug 1687
6.  Jonathan BUTTERFIELD
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Sources:

1.  Charles Frederic Farlow.  1911.  Ballard Genealogy.  Charles H. Pope, Boston, MA (available as a facsimile reprint from New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston).

2.  Geo. A. Gordan.  1890.  "The Butterfields of Middlesex." New England Historical and Genealogical Register 44(Jan): 33-43.  On p. 35:
His will, signed 26 April, 1703, "Samuel Buterfeld, his mark," was written by Eliezer Browne, one of the witnesses, and probated 1 July, 1715.  In it, he mentions his sons Samuel and Jonathan, and his daughters Mercy, Ann, Phebe and Deborah.  It lies in the Middlesex Registry...

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