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Nathaniel Benedict

Nathaniel BENEDICT, born in 1680; died 1767; was of the first generation of Benedicts born and raised in the wilderness of Danbury Connecticut. He lived for 87 years, raising four children with his wife Sarah.

Family reference: 34

Born Born 1680 Danbury, Connecticut
Married Married   Sarah
Died Died 9 Oct 1767  

Parents:

Children:

  1. John Benedict?; b. 1713; d. by Jan. 1767.
  2. Isaac Benedict; b. 1719; d. Sept. 15, 1813.
  3. Nathaniel Benedict; b. 1723; d. 1806.
  4. Samuel Benedict; d. 1756; resided in Cornwall, Ct., estate distributed July 17561

The Parents of Nathaniel

Nathaniel was of the third-generation of Benedicts pioneering on New England soil and the first-generation in Danbury. He was the fourth child for Samuel Benedict and the second for Rebecca Andrews. Nathaniel's father Samuel was raised in the English colony on the east end of Long Island, who then came to Connecticut in about 1665 as a young lad. Nathaniel's mother Rebecca came from the Andrews family of Fairfield county.

Nathaniel and Sarah

Sarah is unknown at this time.

The Final Years for Nathaniel

Nathaniel mentions his wife Sarah, son Isaac and Nathaniel and also grandson John of Cornwall in his will, which was made on January 19, 1767 and proved on December 11, 1767. The estate inventory amounted to 221 3s 7d1.

Sources

Benedicts to America, Vol I, Pg 243
NATHANIEL3 (Samuel2 Thomas1)
Information derived from will made Jan. 19, 1767, and proved Dec. 11, 1767. Mentions wife Sarah, sons Isaac and Nathaniel, also, grandson John of Cornwall. Inventory amounted to 221 3s. 7d. He b 1680, d 9Oct1767. Children: 1) (8.) JOHN.
2) (9.) ISAAC, b. 1719.
3) (10.) NATHANIEL.
4) - SAMUEL, d. 1756; resided in Cornwall, Ct.; estate distributed July, 1756. [See John (8.)]

Footnotes

Sources

  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 - 02 Nov 2007
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