Thomas Ballard

 
 


    Thomas Ballard came to Jamestown in 1635.  He had a home there as well as a large plantation south on the James river.  He was appointed to the Royal Council and lived an exciting life a hundred years before our revolt against English rule.  He narrowly escaped being hung by the King’s men during a rebellion.  He later lived in Williamsburg on land where the college of Williams and Mary now stands.



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