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Joseph Augustus Benedict

Family reference: 123.27A.2

Born Born 3 Jan 18361  
Married Married 25 Dec 18601 Emily Smith
Died Died 19091  

Lineage:

  • Joseph Augustus Benedict8, (Nehemiah7, Joseph6, Samuel5, Samuel4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1)

Parents:

Children:

  1. Elmer Benedict, 1861-1939
  2. Edward L. Benedict, 1862-1944
  3. Estelle Benedict, 1866-1953
  4. Addie Benedict, 1868-1938
  5. Maude Benedict, 1870-1934
  6. Harry Lewis Benedict, 1879-1965
  7. Josephine Benedict, 1882-1927
  8. Edith Benedict, 1884-1885
  9. DeLouie Benedict, 1884-1934

Joseph and Emily Smith

Emily Ophelia Smith was the daughter of James Harvey and Phebe Ann [Furman] Smith. She was born on Sept. 23, 1844 and died in January 1928.1

Footnotes

  • Joseph Benedict's biography is in Henry Benedict on p. 352 and in Elwyn Benedict on p. 51.

Notes on the children:

Childrens' notes from Elwyn Benedict p. 61.
  • Edward; mentally affected at 13 years, died unmarried at age 75.
  • Elmer; unmarried; painter and violin player; died at age 74 during church service.
  • Estelle; born Feb. 9, 1866 at Phillipsport, N.Y.; married Nov. 20, 1884 to Mack C. High, son of Benjamin M. and Margaret Martha [Calwell] High. She died April 20, 1953 at Columbia, S. Carolina.
  • Addie; born Feb. 11, 1868?; married Edward Charlesworth Wrightson, he born 1863 and died 1936; she died 1938.
  • Maud; born May 13, 1870; married Compton Lee Lockman, he born Oct. 1872; she died 1934.
  • Harry Lewis; born June 24, 1879; married April 12, 1909 to Emma May Turner, she born Oct. 4, 1889 in Spartanburg co. He was retired carpenter at University of South Carolina and then a florist, resided at Hope Street, Columbia, S. Carolina.
  • Josephine; born in 1800's; died Dec. 1927.
  • Edith; unknown.
  • DeLouie; see his bio page.

Sources

  1. "Genealogy of the Benedicts in America", Vol. II by Elwyn E. Benedict; 1st pub. 1969; orig. avail. at Daughters of the American Revolution in Washington, DC.
  2. "Genealogy of the Benedicts in America", by Henry M. Benedict; 1st pub. 1870; orig. avail. at Daughters of the American Revolution in Washington, DC.

-- DanielBenedict - 14 Jul 2008
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