Caleb Benedict

Born Born 1709 Norwalk, Fairfield co., Conn.
Married Married ca 1732 Mehitable Hoyt at Norwalk, Fairfield County, Conn.
Died Died 19 May 1761 New Canaan, Fairfield co., Conn.


  • Father: John Benedict; 1676-1766
  • Mother: Mary (Haite/Hoyt); 1677-

Children: all children b New Canaan, Fairfield County, Conn

  1. Caleb Benedict; bap. 1733, d bef 1740
  2. Mehitable Benedict 1st; bap. 1735, d bef 1748
  3. Ruth Benedict; bap. 1738 m David St John
  4. Caleb Benedict; bap. 1740
  5. James Benedict; b 1743
  6. Ezra Benedict; bap. 1746, d 1832
  7. Mehitable Benedict 2nd; bap. 1748; d. young
  8. Anna Benedict; bap. 1751 m Joseph Stevens
  9. Adah Benedict; bap. 1751 m Eliasaph Kellogg
  10. Benjamin Benedict; 1755-1832
  11. Mehitable Benedict 3rd; bap. 1760

Caleb Benedict and Mehitable Hoyt

Caleb Benedict, Ensign Sr. and Mehitable Hoyt were 2nd cousins; their common ancestor was Sgt Walter Hoyt.

Parents of Mehitable Hoyt

Per Hoyt Family Tree, Mehitable b 1714, Norwalk, Fairfield County, CT and d 13Dec1797, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT and was the dau of Caleb Hoyt b 1686 Norwalk, Fairfield County, CT, d 11Apr1755 and Mehitable KEELER b 1685 Norwalk, Fairfield County, CT, d 21Mar1755 Ridgefield, Fairfield County, CT. Caleb Hoyt married MEHITABEL KEELER 25 Feb 1707/08 in Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA, daughter of JOHN KEELER and MEHITABEL ROCKWELL. She was born 1685 in Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA, and died 21 Mar 1755 in Ridgefield, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA.



  • Family reference: 233
  • Family Tree:
  • Lineage: Caleb Benedict4, (John3, John2, Thomas1)
  • Books:
    • GBA-I p. 571

CALEB, b. 1709; m. Mehitable, dau. Caleb and Mehitable (BLATCHLY) Hoyt of Norwalk, who was b. 1714, and d. Dec. 13, 1797; moved to New Canaan, and was received into the church, 1773; surveyor, lister, constable, and tything-man, between 1735 and 1773; selectman, 1774 and 1785; was known as "Ensign" as early as 1755; lived on Brushy Ridge, and d. May 19, 1761, of small-pox. Ch. all b. New Canaan.1


  1. "Genealogy of the Benedicts in America", by Henry M. Benedict; 1st pub. 1870; orig. avail. at Daughters of the American Revolution in Washington, DC.

-- JimBenedict - 24 Nov 2005

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