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76 based on information in the 1930 census Family: F2344
 
77 Bedford Co., VA, Will Book 25, p. 165:
[in margin] Lawless P's will
In the name of God, Amen, I Prudence Lawless being of sound mind and disposing memory, do make & ordain this my last will and testament, in manner and form following. First, I desire my just debts and funeral expenses to be paid as soon after my decease as may be practicable. Second; after the payment of my debts and funeral expenses, I will and bequeath to my daughter Martha Lawless all my property of every kind and description whatsoever, both real and personal, to be held by her in fee simple upon condition however that she the said Martha Lawless shall reside with me during the remainder of my life as at present, and attend to, provide for and take care of me in my declining years, and in case she should die before I do, or should leave me to provide for myself without her assistance, then my will is that all my property should do sc__ to my heirs according to the laws regulating the same. The real estate bequeathed by this will is that tract of land on which I now reside lying in Bedford County about three miles south of Liberty & containing about one hundred acres and being same tract of land conveyed to me by Frances Leftwich by deed dated November 27th 1839, & by me conveyed to James Cadwallender by deed recorded in Bedford County Court Clerk's Office, which last deed was made in consideration of support of me for life by said Cadwallender & other considerations in said deed named. The condition of said deed having been broken by said Cadwallender & he having left me to care for & support myself as best I could, the same has been forfeited & annulled. In case I should become possessed of any other real estate, however I will and bequeath that in the same manner as this. Witness my hand this the twelfth day of May 1874. (words "one hundred words" underlined before signing)
Prudence (her X mark) Lawless
Witnesses
John A. Lazenby
Charles B. Frazer
Rt. S. Quarles
In Bedford County Court September 27th 1880, This the last will and testament of Prudence Lawless deceased, bearing date on the twelfth day of May 1874, was produced in Court proved according to law by the oaths of John A. Lazenby and Robert S. Quarles two of the subscribing witnesses thereto, and ordered to be recorded as the true last will and testament of said Prudence Lawless deceased.
Teste,
Rt. S. Quarles, C.B.C. 
Family: F986
 
78 Bedford County marriage bond dated 4 May 1853. Family: F1111
 
79 Bedford County marriage bond was dated 6 Jan 1804. Ann was noted to be a daughter of Chloe. Robert Warnock was surety. They were married by George Rucker on 9 Jan 1804. Family: F1004
 
80 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F2335
 
81 Benjamin Johnson of Louisa, low in health, to loving wife Agness Johnson during her life slaves, Terry and Lucy and use of plantation I now live and live stock until my sons and daus. arrive at age or marry.
To daughter Sarah Terrill negro Nancy, 1 horse bridle and saddle;
To son Christopher Johnson 200 acres land on Turkey Run in Louisa Co., 1 negro named [illeg.], 1 cow & calf and man named Diamond.
To my son William Johnson 200 acres on Fishing Creek, negro boy H[illeg], horse, colt, saddle, bridle & 10 [illeg]
To son Benjamin 200 acres on Fishing Creek in Albemarle County being part of the [torn] of land as I give to son William.
To dau. Terr[torn] negro Toby.
To son Collings Johnson 200 acres to be laid off upper end of the land wheron I now live from the river crossing road to Hudson's line and ?50 cash to be raised of [estate] horse, saddle, etc.
To dau. Agness J[?] negro Dick.
To son Newboy Johnson the plantation whereon I now live [torn] 200 acres it being part of the tract of land I gave my [torn] 200 out of ?30 cash to be raised out of my [torn].
If any children die without heirs then estate to be divided equally between rest of my children. After wife Agnes' decease ?25 cash to be paid to each of my daughters to wit Sarah Terrell, Penelope Johnson and Agness Johnson out of [torn] and remainder equally divided among all my [torn] I appoint wife Agness Johnson executrix and son William Johnson exor. 20th day 12th month [no year given]. wit. George Holland, Sarah Holland, Thos. Moreman. sig. Benjamin J[torn] Recorded 28 May 1754.
[1754 May 28, County Louisa, Book 1, page 32, Benjamin Johnson, will] 
Family: F990
 
82 Berg Und Thal Lutheran Church Family: F1126
 
83 Canon Pyon Church, now St. Lawrence's Church Family: F540
 
84 Carver and his family appear in the census for District 85, Parke County, Indiana, dated 16 September 1850. Listed are:
Carver Benbo, age 32, male, carpenter, born NC
Lucinda Benbo, age 30, female, born Ind.
Emma Benbo, age 8, female, born Ind., attended school within the year
Amanda Benbo, age 6, female, born Ind., attended school within the year
Ellen Benbo, age 4, female, born Ind., attended school within the year
Ellwood Benbo, age 2, male, born Ind.
Daniel Benbo, age 1, male, born Ind.
Henry Ballinger, age 18, male, carpenter, born NC

Carver and family appear in the census for Providence, Hardin County, Iowa, dated 7 July 1860. The household consists of:
C. Benbow, age 42, male, farmer, real estate value $1400, personal estate value $600, born NC
L. Benbow, age 40, female, born Ind.
A. J. Benbow, age 16, female, born Ind., attended school within the last year
E. Benbow, age 15, female, born Ind., attended school within the year
T. E. Benbow, age 13, male, born Ind., attended school within the year
D. H. Benbow, age 11, male, born Ind., attended school within the year
W. R. Benbow, age 9, male, born Ind.
R. T. Benbow, age 6, female, born Ind.
C. P. Benbow, age 2, male, born Iowa
H. C. Benbow, age 1, male, born Iowa

Carver and family appear in the census for Providence, Hardin County, Iowa, dated 14 June 1870. The household includes:
Benbow, Carver, age 52, male, white, farmer, real estate value $5000, personal estate value $600, born NC, US male citizen >21
Lucinda, age 50, female, white, keeping house, born Ind.
Thos E, age 23, male, white, working on farm, born Ind., US male citizen >21
William, age 19, male, white, working on farm, born Ind., attended school within the year
Charles, age 13, male, white, born Iowa, attended school within the year
Horace, age 12, male, white, born Iowa, attended school within the year
Mary A, age 8, female, white, born Iowa, attended school within the year
(Living next-door are Thomas and Margaret Benbow, ages 72 and 64, both born in NC.)

Carver and family appear in the federal census for Providence, Hardin County, Iowa, dated 12-14 June 1880. The household contains (all are white, and all are single except parents):
Benbow, Carver, male, age 63, carpentering, unemployed 6 months during census year; born NC, father born NC, mother born NC
Lucinda, female, age 59, wife, keeping house; born Ind., father born NC, mother born NC
William, male, age 29, son, farmer; born Ind., father born NC, mother born Ind.
Horace, male, age 21, son, farmer; born Iowa, father born NC, mother born Ind.
Mary Anna, female, age 19, daughter, at home; born Iowa, father born NC, mother born Ind.
Nicholson, John, male, age 18, servant, farm laborer; no answers on places of birth for him and parents

Carver and family appear in the 1885 Iowa state census for Providence (township 86, range 20, section 26), Hardin County, as follows:
Benbow, Carver, age 67, male, married, bridge builder, born NC
Lucinda, age 65, female, married, born Indiana
Thomas E., age 37, male, widowed, bridge builder, born Indiana
Morton, age 9, male, single, born Washington S.
Edna, age 7, female, single, born Oregon
Bertha, age 5, female, single, born Washington S.
Dillon, Rose, age 24, female, single, domestic, born in Hardin County
(This family is listed next to the family of William Benbow, age 33, born Indiana, and his wife Susannah and daughter Ethel -- apparently Carver's son William.)

Carver and family appear in the 1889 Washington State census for Garfield County; enumerator didn't fill in date on form. The household included (they were not listed in order of age; all were white; all but child are married):
H. C. Benbow, age 29, male, teacher, born in Iowa
Mary Benbow, age 22, female, born Ogn.
L. Benbow, age 1, male, born W.S. [Washington State]
Carver Benbow, age 65, male, mechanic, born NC
Lucinda Benbow, age 63, female, born Ind.

Carver and family appear in the Washington State Census for Pomeroy, Garfield County, dated 13 May 1892:
W R Benbow, age 40, male, wagonmaker, married, born in Indiana
C. Benbow, age 75, male, wagonmaker, married, born N. Carolina
L. Benbow, age 74, female, married, born Indiana
E. C. Benbow, age 30, female, married, born in Ohio
E. Benbow, age 9, male, single, born in Iowa
F. M. Benbow, age 7, female, single, born in Iowa
T. E. Benbow, age 45, male, carpenter, married, born in Indiana
R. Benbow, age 33, female, married, born in Iowa
M. C. Benbow, age 17, male, single, born in Wash.
E. Benbow, age 15, female, single, born in Wash.
B. M. Benbow, age 13, female, single, born in Wash. 
Family: F24
 
85 Charles is noted in the 1881 as "ad. child," indicating he was adopted. It is not known to us at the moment how or why the adoption occurred. Family: F2115
 
86 Christopher entered into business with John A. Mebane and James McIver in April 1833, when they set up a mercantile business in Greensboro called (originally) Mebane, Moring, & McIver. Then Moring bought out McIver's interest, and it became Mebane and Moring. Shortly before Moring's death in August 1836, Francis K. Armstrong and John A. Mebane and Christopher Moring formed a partnership to set up a mercantile business in Rockford, Surry County NC, named Armstrong, Mebane & Co. (perhaps that was the name after Moring died and they bought out his interest). Christopher Moring died intestate. His estate took a number of years to probate, due to the complicated business endeavors and difficulties establishing his true assets vs. liabilities. One estate document quotes his surviving partners as saying that Moring "had a large family, kept a public house, and annually contracted a large debt with the firm, and never advanced more, or but little more than paid to own (?) debts." Christopher was one of the organizers of First Presbyterian Church of Greensboro, and is buried in the cemetery there. Family: F1943
 
87 Cornelius Pierce of Bertie Prect., Co. of Albemarle, planter to John Benbow of Bertie Prect. 7 Feb. 1731 in consideration of a years labor 200 acres on the south side of Moratock river, upon Kehukee swamp and the Mill swamp, joining Bird all houses, orchards, etc. Wit: Robert Radford, John Nairne Reg. Edge. Prect. Feb. Ct. 1732 Robert Foster C.Ct. (Deed Book One, page 25, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

Daniel McDaniel (prect. not identified) to John Benbow (prect. not identified) 26 Feb. 1731 100 pounds 561 acres on the south side of Moratuck river in Kehukee woods, joining William Drew, Killingsworth, John Surjoyner and Kehukee swamp all houses etc. Wit: John Nairn, William Nairne Reg. Edge. Prect. Feb. Ct. 1732 Robert Foster C. Ct. (Deed Book One, page 27, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

Benjamin Foreman of Edge. Prect. to John Benbow (prect. not identified) 18 Sept. 1735 10 pounds 200 acres more or less, joining other lands of John Benbow, the Beaverdam, the mill pond, a little island and the Mill swamp all houses, orchards, gardens, fences etc. Wit: Thomas Hill, Benjamin Rawlings Reg. (not given) C. Ct. (not given)
(Deed Book One, page 101, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

John Benbow of the province of N.C. to Arthur Bryan son of John Bryan of the province of N.C. 9 Sept. 1735 for 100 pounds of pork 100 acers more or less on the south side of Moratock river, joining Kehukee swamp near the bridge Wit: Benjamin Rawlings, William Bryant - Reg. (not given) C. Ct. (not given)
(Deed Book One, page 104, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

John Benbow of Edge. Prect. to Archibald Stinson (prect. not identified) 4 Feb. 1738 10 pounds current money of Va. 200 acres more or less on the south side of Morratock river on Kehukee swamp, joining Killingsworth and Arthur Bryant. Wit: Henry _______ , John Stinson Reg. (place not given) May Ct. 1738 Thomas Kearney D. C. Ct.
(Deed Book One, page 242, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

John Benbow of Edge. Co. to Constant Devotion of Edge. Co. 19 Aug 1740 20 pounds sterling money of England 261 acres more or less, joining William Drew, Alen Drew, John Surjoyner and Kehukee swamp Wit: J. Edwards, Js. Arthand (?) Reg. (place not given) Aug. Ct. 1740 J. Edwards C. Ct.
(Deed Book One, page 346, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

Nicholas Sessums and Ann his wife of Edge. Co. to Isaac Anderson of Edge. Co. 20 Jan. 1755 14 pounds current money of Va. 100 acres on the south side of Cahukey swamp all houses, buildings etc. and is the lower part of the tract for 200 acres conveyed to John Benboe by Benjamin Foreman, Jr. 24 Aug 1730 and by the sd. Benboe conveyed to his daughter Ann Benboe now the wife of the sd. Nicholas Wit: Robert Wright, William Sessums Reg. Edge. Co. Feb. Ct. 1755 B. Wynns C. Ct.
(Deed Book Two, page 185, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

John Spell, Jr., of Edge. Co., planter to Isaac Anderson of Edge. Co., planter 31 Nov. 1753 10 pounds current money of Va. 100 acres on a branch of Kehukee swamp, joining Cornelius Pierce and Holly's branch land the sd. Spell had b his spouse Elizabeth as by a deed of gift from her father John Benbo 20 July 1752 Wit: Charles Johnson, John Benbo I his mark, Elizabeth Spell X her mark Proved this 25 Oct. 1754 J. Hasell C. J.
(Deed Book Two, page 217, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

Benjamin Foreman, Sr. of N.C. to Thomas Pope of Edge. Co. 27 Oct. 1748 5 pounds 200 acres more or less on the south side of Roanoke river, joining John Benbo, Benjamin Foreman, Jr. and James Bynum's Mill swamp Wit: James Myhand, Abraham Dew Reg. Edge. Co. Feb. Ct. 1748 B. Wynns C. Ct.
(Deed Book Three, page 318, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

Barnabe Bird husband of Ann Melton late of Bertie Co. to Benjamin Foreman, Jr. of Edgec. Co. 26 July 1751 25 pounds current money of Va. 625 acres on the south side of Kehukee swamp, joining Richard Melton and the swamp - a patent to Ann Melton in Apr. 1723 Wit: John Benbo I his mark, John Harrell I his mark, John Harrell, Jr. Reg. Edge. Co. Aug. Ct. 1751 B. Wynns C. Ct.
(Deed Book Four, page 115, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

Benjamin Foreman, Jr. of Edge. Co. to John Benbo of Edge. Co. 21 Aug. 1750 10 pounds current money of Va. 200 acres on the south side of Cahukee swamp, joining Johnson's Mill swamp, Cornelius Pierce, Ann Melton and the sd. Benbo part of a patent to Ann Melton Wit: William Williams, Richard Whitaker Reg. Edge. Co. Aug. Ct. 1751 B. Wynns C. Ct.
(Deed Book Four, page 117, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

John Fort of Edge. Co. to Thomas Pope of Edge. Co. 12 Mar. 1752 30 pounds current money of Va. 200 acres more or less in th fork of Charles Johnson's mill pond Wit: Thomas Pope, William Pope, John Benbo I his mark Reg. Edge. Co. May Ct. 1752 B. Wynns C. Ct.
(Deed Book Four, page 281, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

John Benbo of Edge. Co. to Ann Benbo of Edge. Co. 20 July 1752 10 pounds sterling money of Great Britain 100 acres on Foreman's mill half the land bought of Benjamin Foreman all houses etc. Wit: Lott Harrell X his mark, William Williams Reg. Edge. Co. Aug. Ct. 1752 B. Wynns C. Ct.
(Deed Book Four, page 305, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

John Benbo of Edge. Co. to Elizabeth Benbo of Edge. Co. 20 July 1752 10 pounds sterling money of Great Britain 100 acres on the lower side of Holly branch the land I now live on which was bought from Cornelius Pearce all houses etc. Wit: Lott Harrell X his mark, William Williams Reg. Edge. Co. Aug. Ct. 1752 Benjamin Wynns C. Ct.
(Deed Book Four, page 306, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

John Benbo of Edge. Co. to Elizabeth Benbo (co. not identified) granddaughter of the sd. John 20 July 1752 10 pounds sterling money 100 acres between the lands of Ann and Elizabeth Benbo all houses, buildings part of the land I bought of Benjamin Foreman Wit: Lott Harrell, William Williams Reg. Edge. Co. Aug. Ct. 1752 B. Wynns C. Ct.
(Deed Book Four, page 307, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

John Benbo of Edge. Co. to Jude Benbo of Edge. Co. 20 July 1752 10 pounds sterling money of Great Britain 100 acres on the upper side of Holly branch all houses etc. part of the land I bought of Cornelius Pierce Wit: Lott Harrell X his mark, William Williams Reg. Edge. Co. Aug. Ct. 1752 B. Wynns C. Ct.
(Deed Book Four, page 308, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

John Benbo of Edge. Co. to Elizabeth Benbo (co. not identified) 13 July 1752 20 pounds sterling 3 head of horses and mares and 16 head of cattle (stock marks are described) and pigs and sows Wit: Lott Harrell X his mark, William Williams Reg. Edge. Co. Aug. Ct. 1752 B. Wynns C. Ct.
(Deed Book Four, page 316, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

John Benbo of Edge. Co. to Ann Benbo of Edge. Co. 13 July 1752 10 pounds sterling money of Great Britain chest, feather bed, furniture etc. Wit: William Williams, Isaac Anderson Reg. Edge. Co. Aug. Ct. 1752 B. Wynns C. Ct.
(Deed Book Four, page 317, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

John Benbo of Edge. Co. to Judah Benbo of Edge. Co. 13 July 1752 10 pounds sterling money of Great Britain colts and stears (stock marks are described) furniture etc. Wit: William Williams, Isaac Anderson Reg. Edge. Co. Aug. Ct. 1752 B. Wynns C. Ct.
(Deed Book Four, page 318, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann)

John Benbow of Edge. Co. to Thomas Gibson of Edge. Co. 25 Sept. 1752 4 pounds Va. money 280 acres on the north side of Kehukey swamp, joining a slash and the swamp as by patent to the sd. Benbo Wit: Charles Johnson, William Hobby A his mark Reg. Edge. Co. Nov. Ct. 1752 B. Wynns C. Ct.
(Deed Book Four, page 363, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann

John Benbo in right of his wife Elizabeth late widow of Joseph Watts decd., the sd. Elizabeth and Elizabeth Watts one of the co-heirs all of Edge. Co. to John Bradford of Edge. Co. 26 Apr. 1753 16 pounds proclamation money 150 acres on the south side of Conocanaro swamp, joining Arthur Crafford part of a grant to Timothy Spelling in 1725 Wit: Richard Whitaker, Robert Whitaker Reg. Edge. Co. Aug. Ct. 1753 Benjmain Wynns C. Ct.
(Deed Book Four, page 487, "Abstracts of Deeds, Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1732 through 1758;" by Margaret M. Hofmann

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North Carolina.
At a Council held at the Council Chamber in Edenton November the 3rd 1735

Present His Excellency Gabriel Johnston Esqr Govr
The Honoble Will Smith Esqr Member of His Majestys Council
The Honoble E Moseley Esqr Member of His Majestys Council
The Honoble Nath Rice Esqr Member of His Majestys Council
The Honoble R Moore Esqr Member of His Majestys Council
The Honoble E. Porter Esqr Member of His Majestys Council

Read the following Petitions directed to His Excellency the Governour in Council setting forth that they obtained Warrants from the late Governour Burrington Vizt

Francis Parker 640 on So side Fishing Creek, Davie Hopper 640 on Kehukee Swamp, Wm Merrit 100 on the No Side of Kehukee Swamp, Jno Starky 400 on Et side White Oak River, Robert Turner 115 on So Dividing Creeks, Simon Parker 300 on No side of Swifts Creek, Francis Parker Jun 300 on So side Morrattock river, Jno Benlow Edg. 450 on Buck Medow assigned to Benj Foreman

Which were surveyed and returned into the Secretarys Office and hath advertised the same pursuant to the Rules prescribed and Prayed Patents may be granted them for the same

(Minutes of the North Carolina Governor's Council
North Carolina. Council
November 03, 1735 - November 29, 1735
Volume 04, Pages 67-73)
http://docsouth.unc.edu/csr/index.html/document/csr04-0043
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[no date] petition of Ben Foreman to the Governor in Council; john Benbo obtained a warrant for 450 ac from the "late" governor. The land is on Buck "Medow", S side of Maratuck R, and joins William Drew's line. The survey was made and Benbo's right was sold to Ben Foreman. So Foreman asks for a grant in his name. [signed] Ben Foreman exd. by J. Montgomery, Att. Gen.; [on the back] advertised by Rawlins [sic] "Sept. 23" at Bertie Prect. [signed] J Montgomery; granted "Nov. 4"' [land in Bertie Co].
(Colonial Petitions for Land Resurveys, Some Land Warrants 1753-1774, Caveats of Land Warrants 1767-1773, in NC, by Dr. A. B. Pruitt; pages 56-57) 
Family: F1030
 
88 Date of marriage unknown. No issue. Family: F1397
 
89 Dates for children's births need verification. Family: F1392
 
90 Dave Whittall is searching for the ancestors of this family group. Please contact the website administrator if you can help. Family: F2164
 
91 Death certificate from Commonwealth of Virginia gives his age as 63, place of birth as Pittsylvania County, occupation as farmer, cause of death as consumption, date of death as 21 March 1879, place of death as Pittsylvania County, and parents as "Oba & (not legible) Terry."

I am in the process of getting more documentation to supplement this connection. 
Family: F2364
 
92 den 18 dicto (Oct) (1659)
Dirck Janszen, Wedr Van Janneken Theunis, en Geertie Jans, Van St. Marten in Noordtholl.
(Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York, Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801, by Samuel S. Purple, M.D., New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, 1890 publication reprinted by Heritage Books 2003, p. 24) 
Family: F1857
 
93 den 28 dicto (Dec). (1641)
Dirck Janszen, j. m. Van Amsterd. en Jannetje Theunis, j. d. als voren.
(Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York, Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801, by Samuel S. Purple, M.D., New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, 1890 publication reprinted by Heritage Books 2003, p. 11) 
Family: F1856
 
94 During the 1910 census, Sinclair is listed as being married twice, while Julia is listed as being married once, with their present marriage having been within the last month.

These are the children shown in the household with Sinclair and wife Julia in the 1930 census, which varies from the 1920 household, as a couple of children listed in Sinclair's household in 1920 are shown in Martha Benbow's household next-door in the 1930 census.  
Family: F2344
 
95 Dutch Church, possibly in NYC Family: F1175
 
96 eleven children: eight daughters and three sons Family: F155
 
97 Elizabeth transferred her Friends membership from New Garden Meeting to Spring Meeting the year after her marriage. She was granted a certificate from New Garden on 23rd day, 2nd month, 1811, which was received at Spring Meeting on 27th day, 4th month, 1811.

On 26th day, 9th month, 1846, the family of Thomas and Elizabeth, and children Edna [Edith], Thomas, Mary, Ann, Carolina, Louise W., Katherine E. and Jesse were granted a certificate to White Lick Meeting in Indiana. They were received there on 16th day, 12th month, 1846. (Hinshaw, Vol. 1, p. 454)

The records at White Lick Meeting indicate that the whole family was received there, but the later records of West Union Meeting state that Thomas died in Virginia on the family's journey to Indiana. Therefore, Thomas died sometime during October or November. Some family information with unknown documentation states that Thomas died on 17 Oct 1846 in Sweet Springs, VA.

On 19th day, 4th month, 1849, Elizabeth Rubottom and daughters Louisa Amanda and Katherine Elizabeth were granted a certificate by West Union Meeting in Morgan County to Bloomfield Meeting in Parke County. They were received at Bloomfield on 5th day, 9th month, 1849. (Heiss, Part Five, p. 262) 
Family: F126
 
98 Elizabeth's father's will calls him "Thomas Bosworth of Birmingham, baker." Family: F554
 
99 Ernest was born in Paxville, Clarendon County, SC. The town of Paxville sits near the line between Sumter County and Clarendon County. The county line between Sumter and Clarendon changed at one point, and Clarendon was created from Sumter District in 1855, so the two counties are closely connected.

His death certificate lists his birth date as 1910 and place of birth as “Packville, SC.” He was a construction laborer by profession, and his marital status was listed as separated. He died 18 Aug 1953 in Winston-Salem, Forsyth County, NC, where his address was 1121 N. Ridge Avenue. The death certificate information did not give Ernest's parents’ names. Cause of death was listed as coronary occlusion of 4 days duration, due to hypertensive C-V disease. Place of death as Kate B. Hospital. Place of burial was Evergreen Cemetery in Winston-Salem; date of burial was 8-23-1953.

The World War I draft registration card for Ernest gave his birth date as 26 Jan 1900, and place of birth as Clarendon County, SC. The 1900 census records for his family of origin indicate the year of birth may actually have been 1896. He was in farming, with his employer and nearest relative being Louis Benbow of Paxille, Clarendon County, SC.

The 1930 federal census for Calvary Township, Clarendon County, SC, lists a household headed by Ernest Benbow, with wife Lizzie and daughters Wilhelmina and Annie R., and sister-in-law Alice Weeks. Weeks was Lizzie's maiden name. 
Family: F856
 
100 family information notes a son named John William Ashman Dean. Family: F622
 

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