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Benbow Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama
Benbow Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama
Recorded by Smilie Family Assoc. Presented by Mount Zion Baptist Church. Laurie Smilie Sanders, Historian Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Historian Smilie Family Assoc., Route 2 Box 196A, Ramer, Ala. 36069, dated July 1982; no copyright.
[found at Samford University Davis Library Special Collections manuscripts #2935, June 2004] 
 
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Benbow Coat of Arms from 1621
Benbow Coat of Arms from 1621
This is the coat of arms granted in February 1621 to John Benbow, Clerk for the Crown, who worked in the Tower of London. He is considered to be a member of the Newport Branch of the family, from Newport, Salop (Shropshire), England.

The description of this coat of arms is: "Sable, two strung bows endorsed in pale Or, garnished Gules between two bundles of arrows, in fesse, three in each, Or, barbed and tipped Argent, tied Gules. Crest: A harpy close, Or, face proper, her head wreathed with a chaplet of flowers gu." 
 
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Benbow Coat of Arms from Shropshire
Benbow Coat of Arms from Shropshire
undated; no further information at this time 
 
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Benbow Coat of Arms from Wales
Benbow Coat of Arms from Wales
undated, with original recipient unknown 
 
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Benbow Coat of Arms, for William Benbow, Gentleman of County Kent
Benbow Coat of Arms, for William Benbow, Gentleman of County Kent
book page dated 1742; copied from Ebay listing 
 
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Benbow Crater on Ambrym Volcano, Ambrym Island, Vanuatu
Benbow Crater on Ambrym Volcano, Ambrym Island, Vanuatu
Benbow Crater is the most dangerous crater on Ambrym Volcano in the South Pacific:

http://www.volcanolive.com/benbow.html

http://www.vanuatutourism.com/vanuatu/export/sites/VTO/en/kids/volcanoes/ambrym_old.html 
 
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Benbow DNA Project at Family Tree DNA
Benbow DNA Project at Family Tree DNA
We have a surname project at Family Tree DNA, with 29 members at present, including ten who live in the UK and Europe. Joining the study requires approval from the project administrator, and some help with cost is available if sufficient information is provided about a person's Benbow ancestral line, and it is a line that we would like to include in the study.


Benbow DNA Project


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Benbow Family Large Marker, Section 1-2
Benbow Family Large Marker, Section 1-2
Status: Located;  
 
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Benbow Family Large Marker, Section 2L
Benbow Family Large Marker, Section 2L
Status: Located; other large Benbow marker is beyond and to the left 
 
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Benbow House, Greensboro, North Carolina
Benbow House, Greensboro, North Carolina
Built by Dr. DeWitt Clinton Benbow, it opened in 1871, and became a major attraction and landmark in the region. It stood one block south of the Court House Square, on South Elm Street. Unfortunately, it burned on 17 June 1899. 
 
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Benbow Inn (originally called The Benbow Hotel) in Garberville, California
Benbow Inn (originally called The Benbow Hotel) in Garberville, California
A resort in the middle of California redwood country, the Benbow Hotel opened in 1926. The family sold the hotel in 1962. Its new owners restored it, and it was placed on the National Register of Historic Paces in 1983.

http://www.benbowinn.com/ 
 
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Benbow Slate Tomb at Church of St. Llwchaiarn, Llanmerewig, Montgomeryshire
Benbow Slate Tomb at Church of St. Llwchaiarn, Llanmerewig, Montgomeryshire
Status: Located; Five inscriptions (there may be some typos in this, and I am trying to double-check with the MI publications):

[1] In loving memory of George Benbow of Giants Bank Farm who died April 2nd 1903 aged 66 years

[2] In Loving Memory of Rebecca wife of the late Wesbrin Jones of Pant Heanidlors, and sixth daughter of John Benbow of giants Bank who died March 15th 1909 aged 67 years

[3] In Loving Memory of Elizabeth (Croft) wife of Pryce Benbow died 1861 aged 69 years

[4] In loving memory of John Benbow late of this parish Giants Bank who died 19th Oct 1886 in his 85 year

[5] Sacred to the memory of Margaret Beloved wife of john Benbow of Giants bank in this parish who fell asleep 6th April 1871 aged 62 years (Hunt) 
 
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Benbow Stones at St. Michael and All Angels in Ceri / Kerry, Montgomeryshire
Benbow Stones at St. Michael and All Angels in Ceri / Kerry, Montgomeryshire
Status: Located; memorial stones for Elizabeth Owen, wife of John Benbow (on left), and (on right) their son Pryce Benbow, his first wife Mary, and two of their children 
 
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Benbow Y-DNA Project - participating line
Benbow Y-DNA Project - participating line
 
['More Links'] 
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Benjamin F. Griffith, 1882-1918
Benjamin F. Griffith, 1882-1918
Status: Located;  
 
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Berkey Sisters, Daughters of Joshua Hernandez Berkey and Sarah Maria Sears
Berkey Sisters, Daughters of Joshua Hernandez Berkey and Sarah Maria Sears
(L to R) Ada Almeda, Iva Idalia, Ena Elvina, Ola Olivia, Ura Uretta, Carol Beatrice 
 
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Bethel Presbyterian Church back and old graves
Bethel Presbyterian Church back and old graves
Status: Located;  
 
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Bethel Presbyterian Church Cemetery, McLeansville, Guilford County, North Carolina
Bethel Presbyterian Church Cemetery, McLeansville, Guilford County, North Carolina
Status: Located;  
 
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Bethel Presbyterian Church, Guilford County, North Carolina
Bethel Presbyterian Church, Guilford County, North Carolina
Status: Located;  
 
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Bethel Presbyterian Church, old Dick family graves relocated during highway construction
Bethel Presbyterian Church, old Dick family graves relocated during highway construction
Status: Located; see Guilford County Genealogical Society journal, Fall 1988, Vol. 16, No. 1 (issue #43) 
 
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Bettie Nora Campbell, wife of Grover Cleveland Jacks
Bettie Nora Campbell, wife of Grover Cleveland Jacks
Status: Located;  
 
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Beulah Moore Championed All Causes
Beulah Moore Championed All Causes
newspaper article re-published in The Salisbury Post in 2009
http://www.salisburypost.com/Area/041009-beulah-moore 
 
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Beulah Stewart, wife of James Moore
Beulah Stewart, wife of James Moore
 
 
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Bezer Madison Snell
Bezer Madison Snell
 
 
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Bob Roser, a musician with a Welsh folk band
Bob Roser, a musician with a Welsh folk band
Bob won the National Welsh American Foundation's Welsh Heritage Medallion during the Annual North American Festival of Wales in 2007. He is pictured on the right, receiving the award from Dr. Arturo Roberts, publisher of Ninnau, the Welsh American newspaper. Bob is a member of a Welsh folk band, and plays both highland and small ceilidgh (mellow sound, not loud) bagpipes with a large repertoire of Welsh tunes. He lives in the greater Washington, DC, area, and he is a descendant of Sophia Benbow and Camm Moore. His band's website is: http://www.mochpryderi.com/

Bob's wife Cindy does Welsh story telling. She has won a number of prizes at Welsh events. Her website is at www.welshteller.com

Both Bob and Cindy provided the program and entertainment at the 2008 reunion, and it was greatly enjoyed by all. Bob speaks fluent Welsh, and has made several trips to Wales.
 
 

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