Benajah Stephenson

b. 25 October 1726, d. 20 April 1806
     Benajah Stephenson was born on 25 October 1726 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America.1 He was baptized on 25 October 1726 in First Congregational Church, in Springfield, Massachusetts, America.1 He was the son of Benajah Stephenson and Priscilla Howard. On Monday, 20 April 1750 in Springfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, Benajah Stephenson married Almy Long, daughter of Thomas Long.2 In 1790 the Census listed Benajah Stephenson as the head of a family in Springfield in Hampshire County, Massachusetts. Benajah and Joseph Kellogg are sharing one house.3 He and Calvin Stephenson recorded a deed on 16 August 1796 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, USA; 8 acres for 6 pounds. In 1800 the Census listed Benajah Stephenson as the head of a family in Springfield in Hampshire County, Massachusetts. One male and one female over 45. One female between 16 and 25 years of age..4 He died on 20 April 1806 in Springfield, Massachusetts, USA, age 79.5,6

Children of Benajah Stephenson and Almy Long

Citations

  1. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887.
  2. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887, Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts. Record of Marriages, Vol. 2, 1728-1807. (FHL 185416) page 69.
  3. [S320] 1790 US Federal Census Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts.
  4. [S172] 1800 US Federal Census Springfield Hampshire MA.
  5. [S169] Deaths, Ordinations, Probate Records from Newspapers, 1785-1812 Marriages, typescript by Mrs. Seth Ames Lewis. [n.d.] , page 40: The Hampshire Federalist, April 22, 1806: Died -- On the 21st inst. Mr. Benajah Stephenson, age 80.
  6. [S170] Copied by Ella May Lewis, Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths, 1736-1809, First Church, Springfield, Massa.

Jonathan Lombard

b. 4 January 1727
     Jonathan Lombard was born on 4 January 1727 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America. He was the son of Ebenezer Lombard and Rachal Loomis.

Jerusha Warner

b. 13 December 1727
Charts
John Warner
     Jerusha Warner was born on 13 December 1727 in Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut, America.1 She was the daughter of Obediah Warner and Sarah Lewis. On Saturday, 26 October 1748 in Waterbury, in New Haven, Connecticut, America, Jerusha Warner married Aaron Harrison.1 Her married name was Jerusha Harrison (Warner).

Citations

  1. [S225] Lucius A. and Lucius B. Barbour, Barbour: Connecticut vital records prior to 1850.

Jean Pierre Lentz

b. 30 December 1727, d. 25 October 1800
     Jean Pierre Lentz was born on 30 December 1727 in Blaschette, Lorentzweiler, Mersch, Luxemburg.1 He was the son of Nicolas Lentz and Anne Fohlen. On Saturday, 10 December 1763 Luxemburg, Jean Pierre Lentz married Catherine Keyser, daughter of Pierre Keyser and Elizabeth Kirsch. John's step-father, Michael Lentz, was his witness.2 Jean Pierre Lentz died on 25 October 1800 in Schrondweiler, Mersch, Luxemburg at age 72.

Children of Jean Pierre Lentz and Catherine Keyser

Citations

  1. [S249] Lentz Ernsdorff, Family History.
  2. [S250] 1962 Filmé par la Genealogical Society of Utah, Nommern, Luxembourg; Registres paroissiaux, 1637 - 1797.

Anne Lloyd

b. circa 1728
     Anne Lloyd was born circa 1728 in Essex, Virginia, America. She was the daughter of Samuel Lloyd and Sarah Turner. Circa 1744 Virginia, America, Anne Lloyd married John Wren, son of John Wren and Hannah Anne Turner. Her married name was Anne Wren (Lloyd). Anne Lloyd was an heir in the will of her uncle Anne Lloyd. "Gives to his son-in-law Edward Dixon two lots in Port Royal (Caroline County), and property on the Mattaponi River (2818 acres) also 368 acres on a branch of Deep Run, also a tract of land (1025 acres) in Fairfax County to be divided among the children of Edward Dixon.... A legacy to granddaughter, Sally Turner; gives his niece Ann Wren and her two children fifty pounds currency; states that whereas his deceased son Harry Turner, in his will directed that his [Harry's] son Thomas should have the best education to be gotten in Virginia, the testator now states that all of his grandsons should have the same at the expense of his estate, and by the same tutor and that no expense should be regarded in giving them a finished education. He orders that all his grandsons and his niece Ann Wrenn's son John, should be placed together: "the house on the top of the hill near where Anne Marshall lives" to be finished and furnished for them, and four negroes selected to wait on them.... Further in the will is mention of his recovery of 50 pounds money from Capt James Garnett for a tract of land in Essex County belonging to my niece Ann Wren and, being agreed with me, said money to be invested in Negroes and same settled on her children.
Turner directs his executors to make up any difference there may be so all the children of Ann Wren can have a negro slave. Circa 1759 in King George, Virginia, America, Anne Lloyd married Alexander Hansford. Her married name was Anne Hansford (Lloyd).

Children of Anne Lloyd and John Wren

Asa Scovil

b. circa 1728
Charts
John Warner
     Asa Scovil was born circa 1728. Circa 1758 in Waterbury, in New Haven, Connecticut, America, Asa Scovil married Lois Warner, daughter of Obediah Warner and Sarah Lewis.

Edward Collins

b. 1729, d. August 1818
     Edward was born in Virginia, America, in 1729. Circa 1750 Virginia, America, Edward Collins married Jane Jones, daughter of James Jones and Mary (?). Edward Collins made a will in August 1818.1 Edward died in August 1818 Virginia, USA.

Child of Edward Collins and Jane Jones

Citations

  1. [S665] The Virginia Geneologist, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009.

Rachel Frost

b. 1729, d. 6 May 1807
     Rachel Frost was born in 1729. On Thursday, 25 April 1765 in Springfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, Rachel Frost married Joseph Lombard, age 41, son of Ebenezer Lombard and Rachal Loomis. Her married name was Rachel Lombard (Frost). Rachel Frost died on 6 May 1807 in First Congregational Church, in Springfield, Massachusetts, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S170] Copied by Ella May Lewis, Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths, 1736-1809, First Church, Springfield, Massa.

Elizabeth Taintor

b. January 1729
     Elizabeth Taintor was born in January 1729 in Westborough, Worcester, Massachusetts, America.1 She was the daughter of Simon Taintor and Rebecca Harrington.

Citations

  1. [S335] Charles M. Taintor, The genealogy and history of the Taintor family.

Michael Greten

b. May 1729, d. 9 July 1785
     Michael Greten was born in May 1729 in Rammeldange, Hostert, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg.1 On Sunday, 8 February 1749/50 in Rammeldange, in Hostert, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg, Michael Greten married Maria Wagener, age 19, daughter of Luke (Berens) Wagener and Anna Philips.1,2 Michael Greten died on 9 July 1785 in Rammeldange, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg at age 56.1

Child of Michael Greten and Maria Wagener

Citations

  1. [S249] Lentz Ernsdorff, Family History.
  2. [S256] 1995 Filmé par la Genealogical Society of Utah, Rammeldange, Luxembourg Fichier des mariages, 1698-1794.

Lydia Warner

b. 6 June 1729
Charts
John Warner
     Lydia Warner was born on 6 June 1729 in Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut, America.1 She was the daughter of Obediah Warner and Sarah Lewis. On Friday, 28 May 1751 in Waterbury, in New Haven, Connecticut, America, Lydia Warner married Thomas Welton.1 Her married name was Lydia Welton (Warner).

Citations

  1. [S225] Lucius A. and Lucius B. Barbour, Barbour: Connecticut vital records prior to 1850.

Elizabeth Stephenson

b. 21 August 1729
     Elizabeth Stephenson was born on 21 August 1729 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America.1 She was the daughter of Benajah Stephenson and Priscilla Howard.

Citations

  1. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887.

John Stephenson

b. 21 August 1729, d. 21 June 1777
     John Stephenson was born on 21 August 1729 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America.1 He was the son of Benajah Stephenson and Priscilla Howard. On Thursday, 1 December 1757 in Springfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, John Stephenson married Margaret Webb, age 22, daughter of Cornelius Webb and Mary Osbourne. John Stephenson died on 21 June 1777 in Springfield, Massachusetts, America at age 47.

Child of John Stephenson

Children of John Stephenson and Margaret Webb

Citations

  1. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887.

Henry Childers

b. circa 1730, d. 20 September 1813
     Henry Childers was born circa 1730 in Charlotte, Virginia, America.1 He was the son of Thomas Childers. Circa 1755 in Albemarle, Virginia, America, Henry Childers married Susanna Goolsby, daughter of Thomas Goolsby III and Lucy Bryant.2,1 Henry Childers and Susanna Goolsby recorded a deed on 7 October 1765 in Amherst, Virginia, America. Deed to John Childers of Albemarle. Henry Childers and Susanna Goolsby recorded a deed on 27 August 1770 in Amherst, Virginia, America. Also on Feb 3 1777, William Goolsby bought land, a part of which had belonged to Henry Childers (Amherst County Virginia, Deed book D, page 394) and on Dec 1 1777 conveyed to Henry Childers land patented by Thomas Goolsby on Feb 16 1771 (Ibid, page 509.) Henry Childers recorded a deed in December 1777 in Amherst, Virginia, America. By a deed dated December 1777 Henry received land granted to Thomas Goolsby February 1771 and passed on to Henry by Thomas Goolsby's son William. The land was located on Roberts Creek, a branch of the Pedlar River. The property was described as being adjacent to that of Moses Swinney, father of Nancy who married Henry's son, Goolsby. He served in the Virginia Militia in Captain Samuel Hickenbottem's company for six months in 1781.3 In 1787 Henry Childers lived. He is found on the Tax List of in 1796 at in Campbell, Kentucky, USA. 84 acres on south fork of the Licking.4 He is found on the Tax List of in 1797 at in Campbell, Kentucky, USA. Henry has 84 acres on the south fork of the Licking River.5 In 1800 the Census listed Henry Childers as the head of a family in Pendleton County, Kentucky. Pendleton, later Grant, County Kentucky census of 1800.6 He is found on the Tax List of in 1808 at in Garrard, Kentucky, USA. He was excused by the court from paying taxes because of illness and infirmity. He died on 20 September 1813 Kentucky, USA. He and Joshua Childers was in military service during the Revolutionary War on 4 March 1831. The pension application states that he served in the Virginia Militia in Captain Samuel Hickenbottem's company for six months in 1781. Joshua Childers is a signator on the pension application for his father.

Children of Henry Childers and Susanna Goolsby

Citations

  1. [S665] The Virginia Geneologist, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009.
  2. [S425] Edith Louise Wood, A genealogical history of the Sturgeon, Elder and allied families of Kentucky.
  3. [S729] The Pendleton County Genealogical & Historical Society, Pioneers of Pendleton County Kentucky.
  4. [S349] Campbell County Kentucky Tax List 1796,.
  5. [S347] Campbell County Kentucky Tax List 1797,.
  6. [S105] 1800 US Federal Census, Pendleton County, Kentucky.

William McClain

b. circa 1730
     William McClain was born circa 1730 in Albemarle, Virginia, America. He and Alexander McClain are is found on the Tax List of in 1797 at in Campbell, Kentucky, USA. 500 acres of south fork of the Licking (there is also a William McClain who has 150 acres at Bank Lick.)1

Child of William McClain

Citations

  1. [S347] Campbell County Kentucky Tax List 1797,.

Daniel Beebe

b. circa 1730
     Daniel Beebe was born circa 1730 in East Haddam, Middlesex, Connecticut, America. On Sunday, 10 January 1751 in New London, in New London, Connecticut, America, Daniel Beebe married Hannah Beebe, age 20, daughter of Ezekiel Beebe and Hannah Rogers.1

Citations

  1. [S225] Lucius A. and Lucius B. Barbour, Barbour: Connecticut vital records prior to 1850.

Samuel Beebe

b. circa 1730
     Samuel Beebe was born circa 1730 in East Haddam, Middlesex, Connecticut, America. On Wednesday, 6 April 1757 in New London, in New London, Connecticut, America, Samuel Beebe married Jemima Beebe, age 24, daughter of Ezekiel Beebe and Hannah Rogers.1

Citations

  1. [S225] Lucius A. and Lucius B. Barbour, Barbour: Connecticut vital records prior to 1850.

Moseby Childers

b. 1730, d. 11 September 1777
     Moseby Childers was born in 1730 in Albemarle, Virginia, America. He was the son of John Childers and Elizabeth Hatcher Mosby. Moseby Childers and William Childers recorded a deed in 1752 in Cumberland, Virginia, America. William and Mosely/Mosby Childers, brothers, from Robert Thompson, land in Cumberland Co. Moseby Childers died on 11 September 1777 in the Battle of Brandywine.

Maria Wagener

b. 22 February 1729/30, d. 26 January 1796
     Maria Wagener was baptized on 22 February 1729/30 Luxemburg.1 She was the daughter of Luke (Berens) Wagener and Anna Philips. On Sunday, 8 February 1749/50 in Rammeldange, in Hostert, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg, Maria Wagener married Michael Greten, age 20.1,2 Her married name was Maria Greten (Wagener). Maria Wagener died on 26 January 1796 in Rammeldange, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg at age 65.1

Child of Maria Wagener and Michael Greten

Citations

  1. [S249] Lentz Ernsdorff, Family History.
  2. [S256] 1995 Filmé par la Genealogical Society of Utah, Rammeldange, Luxembourg Fichier des mariages, 1698-1794.

Hannah Beebe

b. 27 November 1730, d. 26 March 1768
     Hannah Beebe was born on 27 November 1730 in New London, New London, Connecticut, America.1 She was the daughter of Ezekiel Beebe and Hannah Rogers. On Sunday, 10 January 1751 in New London, in New London, Connecticut, America, Hannah Beebe married Daniel Beebe.1 Hannah Beebe died on 26 March 1768 in New London, Connecticut, America at age 37.

Citations

  1. [S225] Lucius A. and Lucius B. Barbour, Barbour: Connecticut vital records prior to 1850.

Obadiah Warner

b. 20 June 1731, d. 25 June 1750
Charts
John Warner
     Obadiah Warner was born on 20 June 1731 in Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut, America.1 He was the son of Obediah Warner and Sarah Lewis. Obadiah Warner died on 25 June 1750 in Waterbury, Connecticut, America at age 19.1

Citations

  1. [S225] Lucius A. and Lucius B. Barbour, Barbour: Connecticut vital records prior to 1850.

John Childers

b. circa 1732
     John Childers was born circa 1732 in Charlotte, Virginia, America. He was the son of Thomas Childers.

Silas Stephenson

b. 2 September 1732
     Silas Stephenson was born on 2 September 1732 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America.1 He was the son of Benajah Stephenson and Priscilla Howard.

Citations

  1. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887.

Daniel Lombard

b. 14 October 1732
     Daniel Lombard was born on 14 October 1732 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America. He was the son of Ebenezer Lombard and Rachal Loomis.

Jemima Beebe

b. 25 January 1732/33, d. October 1786
     Jemima Beebe was born on 25 January 1732/33 in New London, New London, Connecticut, America.1 She was the daughter of Ezekiel Beebe and Hannah Rogers. On Wednesday, 6 April 1757 in New London, in New London, Connecticut, America, Jemima Beebe married Samuel Beebe.1 Jemima Beebe died in October 1786 in Wilbraham, Massachusetts, USA at age 53.

Citations

  1. [S225] Lucius A. and Lucius B. Barbour, Barbour: Connecticut vital records prior to 1850.

Joshua Taintor

b. February 1733
     Joshua Taintor was born in February 1733 in Westborough, Worcester, Massachusetts, America.1 He was the son of Simon Taintor and Rebecca Harrington.

Citations

  1. [S335] Charles M. Taintor, The genealogy and history of the Taintor family.

Esther Warner

b. 9 November 1733, d. February 1746
Charts
John Warner
     Esther Warner was born on 9 November 1733 in Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut, America.1 She was the daughter of Obediah Warner and Sarah Lewis. Esther Warner died in February 1746 in Waterbury, Connecticut, America at age 12.1

Citations

  1. [S225] Lucius A. and Lucius B. Barbour, Barbour: Connecticut vital records prior to 1850.

Almy Long

b. 1734, d. 24 February 1783
     Almy Long was also known as Ami Long. She was born in 1734 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, America. She was the daughter of Thomas Long. On Monday, 20 April 1750 in Springfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, Almy Long married Benajah Stephenson, age 23, son of Benajah Stephenson and Priscilla Howard.1 Her married name was Almy Stephenson (Long). Almy Long died on 24 February 1783 in Springfield, Massachusetts, USA, age 49.2

Children of Almy Long and Benajah Stephenson

Citations

  1. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887, Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts. Record of Marriages, Vol. 2, 1728-1807. (FHL 185416) page 69.
  2. [S170] Copied by Ella May Lewis, Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths, 1736-1809, First Church, Springfield, Massa.

Jane Jones

b. circa 1735, d. after August 1818
     Jane, daughter of James Jones and Mary (?), was born in Spotsylvania, Virginia, America, circa 1735. Jane Jones was the daughter of James Jones and Mary (?) Circa 1750 Virginia, America, Jane Jones married Edward Collins. Her married name was Jane Collins (Jones). Jane Jones was an heir in the will of Edward Collins in August 1818.1 Jane Jones died after August 1818 Virginia, USA.

Child of Jane Jones and Edward Collins

Citations

  1. [S665] The Virginia Geneologist, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009.

Marie Keyser

b. circa 1735, d. 12 May 1805
     Marie Keyser was born circa 1735 in Schrondweiler, Nommern, Mersch, Luxemburg. She was the daughter of Pierre Keyser and Elizabeth Kirsch. Circa 1752 in Schrondweiler, in Nommern, Mersch, Luxemburg, Marie Keyser married Michael Lentz, son of Nicolas Lentz and Anne Fohlen. Her married name was Marie Lentz (Keyser). Marie Keyser died on 12 May 1805 in Schrondweiler, Mersch, Luxemburg.

Children of Marie Keyser and Michael Lentz