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Elizabeth Caroline Benedict

Born Born Apr 1847 Webster, Monroe co., NY
Married Married Date Stephen Sharpe at Location
Died Died 1918 at Location

Parents:

  • Father:Eli Benedict; 1810-1897
  • Mother:Elizabeth ? ca 1812-ca 1853

Children:

  1. Loren Sharpe 1874-

Stephen Sharpe

Stephen was b ca 1847 in New York.

Census Records

1870 US Federal Census: North Greenbush, Rensselaer, New York, Post Office: DeFreestville; Roll: M593_1083; Page: 152; Image: 312. 1Jun1870

  • Sharpe, Stephen, age 22, male, farmer, value of personal: 700, b NY
  • Sharpe, Elizabeth, age 23, female, b NY
  • 1 farm laborer

1880 US Federal Census: Rochester, Monroe, New York; Roll: T9_863; Family History Film: 1254863; Page: 318.1000; Enumeration District: 86; Image: 0333. 9Jun1880

  • Sharpe, Stephen, age 29, male, white, sells soap, b NY, parents b NY
  • Sharpe, Elizabeth, age 30, female, white, keeps house, b NY, parents b NY
  • Sharpe, Loren, age 5, son, male, white, b NY, parents b NY

Son Loren Sharpe

Per Loren's son, Loren changed his name to Clinton DeWitt Sharp.

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Clinton Dewitt Sharp City: Rochester County: Monroe State: New York Birth Date: 4 Aug 1874 Race: White Roll: 1818715 Draft Board: 2
Res 217 Penne St, Rochester, Monroe County, NY. age 44, b 4Aug1874. Messenger, Western Union Tel Co. Main Street E, Rochester, NY. Contact: Elizabeth Sharp, 217 Penne St, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Sources

Benedicts to America, Vol II, Pg 254
103. Eli7, (John6, Eleazer,5 Samuel,4 Samuel,3 Samuel,2 Thomas1)
b 16Mar1810, m Eunice Elizabeth, dau Rufus and Lucretia Moody, b in MA in 1813. At the age of 5 months she was brought by her parents in a covered wagon to Williamson, NY. At age 19 she removed to Penfield, now known as Webster, NY. She d 10Oct1902 at age 89 near Webster. He was a armer and d 4Feb1879. Bur at West Webster Cem. CH:
1) - Leonard b 1834 Civil War, believed lost. In 1958 a man came to Webster searching for his grave.
2) - William F "Tripp" b 1837 West Webster, m Jennie Buck. His grandfather built the first hotel to operate in the town of Webster. He d 24Jul1909 of cancer of the stomach at age 72. Funeral was at M.E. Church at W Webster. Buried there. Res corner of Five Mile Line Road and Ridge Road. Farmer. CH
a) Carrie b 1867, m I.N. Stuart of W Webster
b) Ora b 1877 W Webster, m Mabel Elder, b 1882 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Rural mail carrier, d 1948. CH:
i) Vincent H b 1905 W Webster, m Luella M Coon, b 1907 Canton, PA. Printer. Res 338 Colebourne Rd, Rochester 9, NY. No children
3) - Sarah b 1841, m Mr Rundle of Spokane, WA
4) - Marion b 1843. no further record
5) - Eliza b 1845 m Mr Cole, Res Rochester, NY d 1934
6) - Elizabeth b 1847, m Mr Sharp. Res Banjor, NY d 1918
7) - Mary b 1849 m Mr Fullington, Res Rochester, NY, d 1933
8) - Charles b 1851, d 1918

Footnotes

Bangor is a town in Franklin County, New York, and was named after Bangor in Wales. It is an interior town of the county, located west of the Village of Malone. Settlement commenced around 1806. The Town was organized from the Town of Dickinson in 1812, and lost some territory upon the later foundation of the Town of Brandon in 1828.

-- SandeeToo - 09 Mar 2009
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