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Benjamin Family Tuscarora/Addison

 
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Natalie14612



Joined: 28 Jun 2008
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 11, 2008 6:01 pm    Post subject: Benjamin Family Tuscarora/Addison Reply with quote

[color=green][/color][b]My gg grandfather Mordecai Benjamin and his wife Margaret Hursh Benjamin are buried in Orr Hill Cemetery along with their son Wilson (1859-1872). They had 13 children. Of all the girls in the family, I can only trace one, and that is my great grandmother Delphine who married Samuel Warner.

[color=red][/color]I am looking for the following girls: :shock:
Mary E b 1837
Sarah b 1840
Susan b 1842
Jane b 1843
Ann b 1847
Mareah b 1850
Ruth b 1854
Iness b 1856 (she was unmarried and was found to be living with my g grandmother Delphine Warner, a widow, in the 1910 census).

HELP! Any ideas are appreciated.

Natalie :roll: [/b]
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Natalie14612



Joined: 28 Jun 2008
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PostPosted: Sun May 17, 2009 6:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I did find Susan Benjamin! She married Ira Warner, Samuel Warner's older brother. Samuel married my great grandmother Delphine Benjamin. They moved all over the country and eventually ended up in Spokane, WA. The STeuben County historical Society has a family tree someone did on the Warner family, and it indicates that Ira died in the 1900 flood in Galveston, TX. I don't know if he was in Galveston, but he was alive and well until 1920 when he died in Spokane. I don't know where he is buried.

Still looking for the other girls in the family :roll:
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