Benjamin Booth was born 4 Jul 1667 in Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, the son of John Booth and Elizabeth Granger. Benjamin married first about 1690 Mary Sutton probably in Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts. Together, they had six children:
Naomy Booth, b 3 Jul 1691; m 16 Apr 1714 Thomas Pierce; d abt 1760
Rachel Booth, b 5 May 1693; m 16 Apr 1714 Nathaniel Staples; d bef Oct 1746
Benjamin married second about 1719 Hannah Stoughton, daughter of Nicholas Stoughton and Elizabeth (Knapp) Stoughton. Together, they had two children:
Anthony Booth, b abt 1720; m 1745 Rachel Parker; d bef 14 Nov 1803
Samuel Booth, b abt 1722; d bef 9 Apr 1746
Benjamin died before 9 Oct 1747 probably in Middleborough, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts. He appears to have been survived by his second wife, Hannah.
The Ancestry and Family History of Samuel Herbert Booth of Grand Forks ND (hosted on AncestryRegister.com) - Second Gen, Person No. 5, Benjamin Booth - (1667 - bef 1747) - m1. Mary Sutton (dau of John Sutton and Elizabeth House); m2. Hannah Stoughton (dau of Nicholas Stoughton and Elizabeth Knapp) - Some Descendants of Isaiah Booth (1703 - 1759) - multiple sources
The Ancestry and Family History of Samuel Herbert Booth of Grand Forks ND (hosted on AncestryRegister.com) - First Gen, Person No. 1, Isaiah Booth - (1702/03 - bef 1759) - m. Hannah Richmond (dau of Samuel Richmond and Mehitabel Andrews) - Some Descendants of John Booth Sr. (1634 - aft 1703) - multiple sources
Young, Malcolm A., "John Booth of Marshfield and Scituate Massachusetts: Servant and Planter," Article in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register - Vol. 159; Pages 220 - 234. Boston, Massachusetts (July 2005): The New England Historic Genealogical Society.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Benjamin by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with Benjamin: