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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 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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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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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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Brigadier General Rufus Clay Barringer, US Confederate Army
Brigadier General Rufus Clay Barringer, US Confederate Army
 
 
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Captain John Wesley Long Benbow and bride Margaret Emily Coe
Captain John Wesley Long Benbow and bride Margaret Emily Coe
married 11 June 1944 in Sarasota, Florida 
 
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Carolyn Minerva Bailey
Carolyn Minerva Bailey
 
 
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Carolyn Minerva Bailey, about age 60
Carolyn Minerva Bailey, about age 60
 
 
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Carver and Lucinda (Rubottom) Benbow and family
Carver and Lucinda (Rubottom) Benbow and family
second photo will have numbers to use to show who is who in the photo 
 
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Carver and Lucinda (Rubottom) Benbow and family
Carver and Lucinda (Rubottom) Benbow and family
The numbers correspond to these names:
(1) Emma Kraus, (2) Ada Rawnsley, (3) Erie Williams, (4) Ethel Benbow, (5) Orpha Benbow, (6) Fred Benbow, (7) Lawrence Benbow, (8) Carver Benbow, (9) Lucinda (Rubottom) Benbow, (10) Maggie Rawnsley, (11) Mollie Williams, (12) Rose Benbow, (13) Tom Benbow, (14) Edna Benbow, (15) Nora Rawnsley, (16) Laura Rawnsley, (17) Joe Rawnsley, (18) Bertha Benbow, (19) Florence Kraus, (20) Henry Kraus, (21) William Riley Benbow, (22) Emma Benbow (wife of W. R. Benbow), (23) Mandie Benbow, being held by (24) Mary Benbow, (25) Horace Benbow, (26) Morton Benbow, (27) Wilbur Rawnsley 
 
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Carver Benbow
Carver Benbow
 
 
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Carver Benbow and wife Lucinda Rubottom
Carver Benbow and wife Lucinda Rubottom
 
 
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Charity Benbow, wife of William Wright
Charity Benbow, wife of William Wright
 
 
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Charles 'Charlie' & Fleeta Scott Benbow
Charles "Charlie" & Fleeta Scott Benbow
 
 
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Charles & Fleeta Scott Benbow at an older age
Charles & Fleeta Scott Benbow at an older age
 
 
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Charles Benbow House, built c. 1823
Charles Benbow House, built c. 1823
Built by Charles Benbow (1787-1868). Located in Oak Ridge, Guilford County, NC. Photograph taken in 1940. A fine example of Quaker house architecture. 
 
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Charles Benbow of Guilford County, 1787 - 1868
Charles Benbow of Guilford County, 1787 - 1868
This is an undated photograph of Charles Benbow, who was a grandson of immigrant Charles Benbow, and therefore our first look at the physical appearance of this line of ancestors. 
 
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Charles David Benbow III -- WWII office in England
Charles David Benbow III -- WWII office in England
During World War II, Charlie was a warrant officer with the US Army, with a combat engineer MOS. While stationed in England, he was given an office on the second floor of this garage in Chipping Norton, where he worked until his unit joined the invasion forces going into France and Germany. After that, he worked to rebuild the bridges that the Germans were destroying during their retreat back into Germany.

When we visited England and Wales in 2002, he asked us to find the garage in Chipping Norton and see if it was still standing, and take a picture of it if we could find it -- which we did. 
 
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Charles David Benbow, I
Charles David Benbow, I
 
 
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Charles David Benbow, II
Charles David Benbow, II
 
 
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Charles David Benbow, III, US Army, WW II
Charles David Benbow, III, US Army, WW II
served in European theater as combat engineer 
 

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