Ballard, Theophilus Green

John Ballard = Chelmsford, Essex 27.5.1765 Sukey Lobb botp
Sukey Lobb born 1745 was the daughter of Richard Lobb and his wife (and first cousin) Frances née Greene. Richard was the son of Stephen Lobb 1676-1720 chaplain of Penzance Castle and his wife Gratiana née Pendar. Frances was the daughter of John Greene of Chelmsford and his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Stephen Lobb (DNB d.1699) and sister of Stephen Lobb of Penzance Castle and of Theophilus Lobb (DNB 1678-1763). Sukey's mother Frances had a sister Elizabeth Greene who married James Buckland (1712-1790) in 1734, and a brother Theophilus Greene, (d.1760) surgeon of Chelmsford whose daughter Elizabeth married the Rev Noah Hill (1739-1818).. After Richard Lobb (father of Sukey) died his widow Frances married Timothy Toft (d.1780) schoolmaster of Broomfield, Essex.
Theophilus Green Ballard son of John & Sukey bapt 7.8.1770 Baddow Lane Old Chapel (Independent) Chelmsford, Essex
brother John Toft Ballard died 1795, brother Martin Lobb Ballard b 1767 married Esther Sax, brother James Buckland Ballard 1781-1846
Theophilus Green Ballard son of John Ballard of Washington, Sussex Esq appr 5.10.1784 to James Buckland of Carpenters Co. bookseller of Paternoster Row
will PCC 23.2.1790 James Buckland, carpenter, bookseller of St Faith, London execs Rev Noah Hill of Wapping and Rev Samuel Palmer of Hackney, mentioned son James, nephew Richard Lobb, nieces Elizabeth Hill and Sukey Ballard, servant Basil Denne Ballard, and Dr Lobb's tincture (Dr Theophilus Lobb DNB 1678-1763) 
Cambridge Intelligencer 7.2.1795 & Morn Chron 2.4.1795 ads for University Magazine sold by B Flower Cambridge and T G Ballard 3 Bedford Court, Covt Gdn
will PCC 4.7.1795 John Ballard Esq late of Lee Chapel, Essex but now of Tottenham Court Road dated 6.9.1794 mentioned wife Sukey, brother in law Richard Lobb, sons Martin (£100), Theophilus Green (£300) and James Buckland (£1000)
London Corresponding Society general committee 13.8.1795 div 42 Ballard (secretary?) 10.12.1795 deputed to div 64
(will PCC 20.2.1796 Edward Ballard bookseller Little Britain  not obviously related)
Morn Chron 12.3.1796 ad for Edmund Burke's Letter to a Noble Lord sold by T G Ballard 7 Little Mays Bldgs, Bedford Square
London Corresponding Society general committee 29.12.1796 Ballard brought letter from Henry Fellows at Maidstone and from Thomas Hardy
(will PCC 22.3.1797 John Ballard, Holborn not obviously related)
Cambridge Intelligencer 22.9.1798 & Courier 15.1.1799 T G Ballard bookseller 46 Chandos Street Covent Garden subs for families of LCS prisoners arrested without trial
Sukey Ballard from Bedford Court, Covent garden bur 30.3.1802 Bunhill Fields age 57
Theophilus Green Ballard = Stepney 6.1.1805 Sarah Ann Alston both of Ratcliff by banns wits AJBallard, Catherine Denn
Sarah Ann dau of Theophilus Green & Sarah Ann Ballard born 21.4.1808 and John their son born 2.4.1810 bapt 17.6.1810 St Saviour Southwark
Theophilus Green Ballard born Essex, England 20.7.1770 arrived Philadelphia 16.4.1811 naturalised Pennsylvania 2.5.1811
Theophilus Green Ballard died 11.10.1828 Philadelphia buried St James Methodist Northern Liberties burial ground (age 69)
James Buckland Ballard SunFire 1805 38 Cursitor St, Chancery Lane, gent
James Ballard bur 18.3.1846 Spa Fields age 66 from South St Giles