Notes for JONATHAN/JOSEPH BENNETT:|
The book " The other Bennetts" by Isabel (Bennett)Ridell states that Ephraim (4) family consisted certainly of Ephraim (5), James, Thaddeus, Thomas, Abraham, David, and JONATHAN, OR JOSEPH.
JOSEPH BENNETT: was a Bapist minister, and had also a son of the same name and calling. He was a continental soldier under Colonel Brinkerhoff and Captain Brown, and a Corporal under Colonel Malcolm and Captain Delevan.
|iii.||THOMAS BENNETT, b. Goshen, New York.|
|43.||iv.||EPHRIAM BENNETT, b. 01 May 1762, Rhode Island; d. 26 Oct 1843, Dix, Shuyler County, New York (at Sons Home).|
|v.||JAMES BENNETT, b. Abt. 1763, Rhode Island.|
Notes for JAMES BENNETT:|
Taken from the book entitled "The Other Bennetts" by Isabel (Bennett) Ridell supplied by the Chemung Historical Society Chemung New York:
JAMES BENNETT the second son of Ephraim Sr was a renowned Indian fighter. A family tradition relates that his young son was killed and scalped by the savages. Later James met at Tioga Point, an Indian, who drunken, boasted of this exploit. James at this time was restrained from killing him, but later the Red Man disappeared.
His descendants are also somewhere in the great west. He served in the Orange county regiment, under Col. John Hathorne and Capt David McCamly.
|44.||vi.||THADDEUS BENNETT, b. 09 May 1760, Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island ?; d. 08 Jan 1834, Harrisonville (now Minford) Harrison twp., Scioto County, Ohio.|
|vii.||ABRAHAM BENNETT, b. 1784; d. 03 May 1836, Scioto County, Ohio bur. Greenlawn Cem. Porstmouth; m. (1) MARY; b. 1795; d. 19 Jan 1819, Portsmouth, Scioto County, Ohio bur. Greenlawn Cemetary; m. (2) PRISCILLA MCFADDEN.|
Notes for ABRAHAM BENNETT:|
Paid taxes in Chemung county at Big Flats in 1800.
Sergeant 1st Regiment, Ohio Militia, War of 1812, died in his 52nd year May 3 1836
Notes for MARY:|
Mary Bennett died 19 January, 1819 in her 24th year; burried Greenlawn Cem. Portsmouth.
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