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Eleazer Benedict Sr

Born Born 27 Dec 1747 Danbury, Fairfield Co., Conn
Married Married 1st 01 Feb 1770 Mary Barnum Danbury, Fairfield co., Conn
Married Married 2nd 24 Apr 1777 Jerusha Crosby Danbury, Fairfield co., Conn
Died Died 13 Feb 1821 Webster, Monroe co., NY

Parents:

Children:with Mary Barnum

  1. Hannah Benedict b 1772-

Children:with Jerusha Crosby

  1. Mary Benedict 1778-
  2. Patience Benedict 1779-1861
  3. John Benedict; 1780-1861
  4. Betsey Benedict 178x-
  5. Susannah Benedict 1784-
  6. Annis Benedict 1786-
  7. Rachel Benedict 1st 1788-1791
  8. Eliud Benedict; 1790-1821
  9. Rachel Benedict 2nd 1791-
  10. Jerusha Benedict 1795-
  11. Eleazer Benedict Jr; 1798-

Mary Barnum

Mary was b Oct1747 and d at Danbury 24Oct1774. She was the daughter of Joseph Barnum

Jerusha Crosby

Jerusha was b 29Jun1754 at Danbury, CT per LDS 1435525, Danbury, Fairfield County, CT, Pg 168. She d 1821, probably at Webster, Monroe County, NY. She was the daughter of Isaac Crosby of South East, Dutchess County, NY. 1719-1815 and Mercy Foster 1719-1815. Both of her parents were b at Harwich, Barnstable County, MA, and d at South East, Dutchess County, NY

Sources

Per Benedicts To America Vol I, pg 244:
*7. Samuel4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Thomas1
m 9Dec1742, Phoebe, dau Capt. John3 Benedict [des. of James.] His will was made 18Jun1787, and proved 12Jun1792, his death occuring 19May1792. Inventory foots about Ld1200. Will names widow Phoebe, Samuel, eldest son, Eleazer, Asa, Elijah, Abigail, wife of David Knapp, Phoebe, wife of Samuel Dibble, Mary, wife of Capt. Justus Barnum, Rebecca, wife of Joseph Beebe Jr., and Anna, grandau, wife of Noble Sanford. Widow received Lb356 12s. 8d; Samuel, Lb147 5s. id.; Eleazer, Asa and Elijah, each Lb137 5s. id; Abigail, Lb73 12s. 6d; Phebe, Mary, Rebecca, Lb69 12s. 6d.; and Anna, Lb34 6s. 3d. Chd
1) (17.) Samuel b 28May1744
2) - Abigail b 31Jul1746
3) (18.) Eleazer b 27Dec1747
4)- Phoebe b 22Jan1750
5)- Mary b 15Apr1752
6)- Joanna b 21Nov1754; d 1Oct1766
7)- Rebecca b 22May1757
8)- John b 4Feb1760; d 1780
9)(19.)Asa b 22Aug1762
10)(20.)Elijah b 15Nov1765

Benedicts to America, Vol I, Pg 247
18. ELEAZER5 (Samuel,4 Samuel,3 Samuel,2 Thomas1) b. Dec. 27, 1747; m. Feb. 1, 1770, Mary, dau. Joseph Barnum, b. Oct., 1747, and d. Oct. 21, 1774; m. 2d, April 24, 1777, Jerusha, dau. of Isaac Crosby of South East, b. June 29, 1754, and d. 1821. Will made Feb. 14, 1805, and proved at Danbury, Feb. 13, 1821. He lived at New Penfield (now Webster). Ch.
1) - HANNAH, b. Dec. 23, 1772; m. 1790, Reuben Sears; d. Wayne county.
2) - MARY, b. March 15, 1778; d. Monroe Co.
3) - PATIENCE, b. April 5, 1779; m. Northrop St. John; d. 1861.
4) (38.) JOHN, b. Dec. 14, 1780.
5) - BETSEY, b. Dec. 12, 178-; m. John Comstock.
6) - SUSANNAH, b. April 16, 1784; m. Nov., 1800, Reuben Trowbridge.
7) - ANNIS, b. June 8, 1786; m. James Hodges; d. Mich.
8) - RACHEL, b. July 2, 1788; d. March 11, 1791.
9) (39.) ELIUD, b. May 8, 1790.
10) - RACHEL, b. May 11, 1791; m. George K. Camp; res. Webster.
11) - JERUSHA, b. Feb. 10, 1795; m. -- Burris; d. South East.
12) (40.) ELEAZER, b. Nov. 4, 1798.

Danbury, CT Vital Records 1685 - 1848. From the Barbour Collection as found at the CT State Library. BENEDICT Eleazer, son Samuel Jr & Phebe, b Dec 27, 1747

Danbury, CT Vital Records 1685 - 1848. From the Barbour Collection as found at the CT State Library.
BENEDICT Eleazer, b Dec 27, 1747; m Mary BARNUM, Feb 1, 1770
Eleazer, m Jerusha CROSBY, Apr 24, 1777
Eleazer, & wife Jerusha CROSBY, had child b July 2, 1788* (*Faded out)
Eleazer*, died _ (*Written above in pencil "Eleazer BEDIENT")

Footnotes

Webster is a village in Monroe County, NY. The village and town are named after orator and statesman Daniel Webster.

Southeast is a town in Putnam County, New York, in the southeast part of the county. The first settler arrived around 1730. The area first exploited was called "The Oblong," and was outside of the land claimed by the Philipse Patent. The Town of Southeast was founded in 1967, and formed the southeast corner of Dutchess County, NY, whose northeast corner was the township of North East, New York (now part of Dutchess County). In 1795, the land that had been Southeast and Frederickstown (now Kent) was divided into four townships, the present Southeast, Carmel, Kent, and Patterson, the latter two known at first as "Frederick" and "Franklin." Southeast lost its northern half, and expanded slightly to the west. Its most densely populated area in the town is the Village of Brewster, New York.

-- SandeeToo - 08 Mar 2009
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