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Abraham Benedict

Born Born 27 May 1745   Norwalk, Fairfield co., Conn
Married Married Date Lydia Hoyt at Location
Died Died 1845   Lisbon, Otsego co., NY

Parents:

Children:

  1. John Thomas Benedict; 1773-1845
  2. Deacon Isaac Benedict; 1775-1829
  3. Abram Benedict?; 1779-1855
  4. Polly Benedict 1785-
  5. Ruth Benedict 1787-
  6. Lydia Benedict 1789-

Lydia Hoyt and Family

Lydia Hoyt was b 1747 at Norwalk, Fairfield County, CT and d ca 1812 at Lisbon, Otsego County, NY. Lydia was the dau of Moses Hoyt b 1712 Norwalk, CT., d 1785 Norwalk. Her mother was Mary ?, b 1715 Norwalk, CT, d 1785 Norwalk, CT.

Military Records

New York, Northern District - Census of Pensioners, 1841, Elba, NY
Benedict, Abraham, age 94, head of household, John T Benedict

Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots
Name: Abraham Benedict Location: Elba NY 15 Reference: Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.1, p. Serial: 6924; Volume: 14

Census Records

1840 US Federal Census: Genesee, New York; Roll: 287; Page: 636.

  • Name: Abraham Benedict, Military service: Veteran, Township: Elba, County: Genesee, State: New York, aged 94, employed in agriculture

Sources

Benedicts to America, Vol I, Pg 67
25. JOHN4 (Thomas,3 John,2 Thomas1
m. Elizabeth --; d. 1789; was pounder, tythingman and lister between 1735-65. His will was made May 24, 1787; proved Aug. 31, 1789. Inventory showed 106 10s. 4d. Ch. b. Norwalk.
1) (73.) ENOCH.
2) (74.) ABRAHAM.
3) - MARY, m. Stephen Gregory.
4) - ELIZABETH, m. Thomas Hays.
5) - SARAH, b. June 15, 1752; m. William Bouton, Feb. 15, 1769; d. Aug. 26, 1844. Mr. Bouton, b. Jan. 16, 1749, was son of Joseph, son of Jachin, son of John, son of John, an original settler in Norwalk, 1651. He d. May 31, 1828. (Hall, pp. 306-7.) Rev. Nathaniel Bouton, D. D., their son, b. June 20, 1799; grad. of Yale, 1821; Andover Theol. Sem. 1824; pastor of 1st Cong. church Concord, N. H., from March, 1825-1867. He delivered, July 9, 1851, in the first Cong. church, Norwalk, an historical discourse in commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the settlement of Norwalk, Ct. Res. at Concord, N. H., and is engaged in editing state papers. His eldest son N. Sherman Bouton of Chicago, Ill., was Brig. Quar. Mast. in an Ill. Regt., and was in the battles at Stone River, Chattanooga and Chickamauga; his second son, John B. Bouton, grad. D. C., 1849, and is chief editor of New York Journal of Commerce.

Benedicts to America, Vol I, Pg 95
74. ABRAHAM5 (John,4 Thomas,3 John,2 Thomas1)
b. 1745; m. Lydia Hoyt, who d. New Lisbon, about 1812. He was a Revolutionary soldier and pensioner. He d. aged 100, at N. L. Ch.
1) (181.) JOHN THOMAS, b. June 26, 1773; d. March 7, 1845.
2) (182.) ISAAC.
3) (183.) ABRAM, b. 1779; d. July 5, 1855.
4) (184.) MOSES, b. Feb. 2, 1783; d. Aug. 30, 1864.
5) - POLLY, m. Nathan Dart.
6) - RUTH, m. Ira Thurston; had a son, Rev. Curtis Thurston.
7) - LYDIA, m. Benj. Thomas; d. Clarendon.

Footnotes

Note: Per online ancestry.com, Abraham d at Elbe, Genesee County, NY

-- SandeeToo - 25 Mar 2009
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