Benjamin Burden
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Benjamin Franklin Burden (1783 - 1862)

Rev. Benjamin Franklin Burden
Born in Maryland, United Statesmap [uncertain]
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 6 Nov 1801 in Nicholas, Kentucky, United Statesmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Butler, Kentucky, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 18 Aug 2013
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Biography

Reverand Benjamin Franklin Burden was born 5 July 1783 in Maryland or Kentucky. Note: The 1850 U.S. census shows Benjamin was born in Maryland. The 1860 U.S. census indicates Kentucky as his birthplace. He was the son of James Burden and Maria Brain.[citation needed]

He was married 6 November 1801 in Nicholas County, Kentucky to Elizabeth Tully.

Possible children of Benjamin Burden and Elizabeth Tully are as follows [citation needed]:

  1. John Tully Burden, born 30 July 1802; died 17 February 1876 in Butler County, KY.
  2. Eli D. Burden, born 1803
  3. Benjamin F. Burden, born 1804
  4. Mariah Burden, born 28 January 1804; died 25 August 1855 in Butler County, KY.
  5. Delilah Burden, born 1809; died 1885 in Butler County, KY
  6. Ahasuerus Burden, born 1811; died 1876 in Jefferson County, KY.
  7. William A. Burden, born 1811; died c. 1860 in Butler County, KY.
  8. Gabriel S. Burden, born 10 February 1812; died 4 February 1892 in Butler County, KY.
  9. Cynthia Ann Burden, born 1813; died 1851 in Ohio County, KY.
  10. Jemima Burden, born 1815
  11. Martha Patsy Burden, born 1817
  12. Isiah Burden, born 10 September 1818 ; died 10 May 1860 in Butler County, KY.
  13. Elizabeth Ann Burden, born 1821; married Phillip C. Pearce, 14 May 1840 in Butler County, KY
  14. Reverand Garrett Wayne Burden, born 1823
  15. Alfred D. Burden, born 1826
  16. America Jane Burden, born 1827; died 1862.
  17. Harriet Lena Burden, born 28 February 1828; died 1862 in Butler County, KY. m. Robert Henderson

Military service: Co. H, 3rd Kentucky Infantry Regiment, Mexican War. Occupation: Minister/farmer Religion: Baptist

In the 1850 U.S. Census, Benjamin F. Burden was recorded as 66-years old living and farming in Butler County, Kentucky with his 65-year old wife Elizabeth.[1]

Benjamin died 12 May 1862 and was buried at Barnetts Lick Cemetery, Morgantown, Butler County, Kentucky.[2]

Sources

  1. "United States Census, 1850," FamilySearch database accessed 10 June 2020, Benjamin Burden (age 66, born about 1784 in Maryland), Butler County, Kentucky, United States; citing family 772, NARA microfilm publication M432.
  2. Find A Grave: Memorial #22679771 accessed 11 June 2020, memorial page for Rev Benjamin F Burden (5 Jul 1783–12 May 1862), citing Barnetts Lick Cemetery, Morgantown, Butler County, Kentucky, USA. Tombstone photo attached. Birth and death dates inscribed on tombstone.

See also:

Dwelling #241
Henderson, Robert..............WM....35....Head....Farmer....KY
Henderson, Harriet Lena.....WF.....31....Wife....Sewing....KY
Henderson, James W..........WM....14....Son.....................KY
Henderson, John W............WM.....11....Son.....................KY
Henderson, Elizabeth.........WF......12....Dau.....................KY
Henderson, Benjamin D.....WM.......6....Son......................KY
Henderson, Alfred D...........WM.......5....Son......................KY
Henderson, Mary E.............WF.......2.....Dau.....................KY
Henderson, Theodosia........WM..1/12...Son......................KY
Burden, Benjamin...............WM....71.....Father..................KY
Burden, Elizabeth................WF....71.....Mother.................KY


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