Hannah (Benedict) Cross
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Hannah (Benedict) Cross (1812 - 1893)

Hannah "Susannah" Cross formerly Benedict
Born in Nassau, Rensselaer, New York, United Statesmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 18 Sep 1836 in Monroe, New York, United Statesmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Roscoe Township, Winnebago, Illinois, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 15 Mar 2019
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Contents

Biography

Hannah was born in 1812. She passed away in 1893.

Genealogical Records

Biographic and Genealogical References

  1. ) Benedict Genealogy; Page 182. Jacob Benedict (203), son of Enoch Benedict, b 23 April 1779; m. 17 Oct 1811 Rhoda Beebe, daughter of Rev. Dr. Lewis Beebe of NY, b. 24 Jan 1788, and d. 26 Jan 1832. Jacob died 26 January 1832. Jacob (203), the son of Enoch Benedict, was born 23 April 1779 and died 27 March 1855 at Perrinton.
    1. ) Children of Jacob and Rhoda (Beebe) Benedict:
      1. ) Susannah, b. 21 July 1812; m. 21 Sept 1836; Robert J. Cross of Roscoe Illinois.
      2. ) Cornelia, b. 4 Jan 1814; m. 28 My 1836, Isaac Coles of Rockton, Ill.
      3. ) Miraim Elizabeth, b. 15 March 1816; m. 16 Oct 1815, Nelson Tiffany of Roscoe, Ill.
      4. ) John, b. 23 Jan 1818; m; res. Clinton Junction Wisconsin
        1. ) Julie Sara Wesly
        2. ) Albert Jacob.
      5. ) Caroline, b. 6 Aug 1819; d. 30 Sept 1820.
      6. ) Enoch, b. 13 Aug 1824; m. 16 July 1845, Antoinett N. Wiltsee; soldier in the Mexican War, and d. at Puebla, 15 Nov 1847.
      7. ) Julia Ann, b. 20 Nov 1825; d. 15 May 1858.
      8. ) James. b. 4 March 1828;m. 13 March 1854, Abby Linnell; res. Clinton Junction, Wisconsin. They had six children. Three d. in infancy. Harriet, Gertrude, and Lewis Eugene are living.
      9. ) Lewis, b. 21 Jan 1834; m. 17 Sept 1862, Louisa, daughter of Zena and Mary Denison of Perrinton, b. 5 June 1830; res Lima. Child:
        1. ) Mary Elizabeth, b. 29 May 1865.

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Sources

  1. Benedict, Henry Marvin. The Genealogy of the Benedicts in America, Albany, Joel Munsell, 82 State St.,1870. Public Domain. The Genealogy of the Benedicts in America --Title Page

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