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Benjamin Haviland (1698 - 1724)

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Benjamin Haviland
Born in Flushing, Queens, New York, British Colonial Americamap
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Husband of — married in Flushing, Queens Co., Colony of New Yorkmap
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Died in Rye, Westchester, New York, British Colonial Americamap
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Biography

Birth & Parents

Benjamin Haviland, son of Benjamin Haviland & Abigail Mott, was born in 1690 in Flushing, NY. [1] [2] [3]

Marriage

He married Charity Farrington, daughter of John Martin Farrington & Elizabeth Chandler. [3] Note: there is a typographical error in Josephine C. Frost's The Haviland Genealogy in regards to their marriage. She wrote:

BENJAMIN HAVILAND, son of Benjamin and Abigail (Mott) Haviland, b. prior to 1698; m. Charity Farrington (?) of Flushing, May 16, 1724. Letters of adm. were granted to Charity on his estate." [3]

There should be a period after "Flushing" and a comma after "1724." Compare with a record in the Abstracts of Wills for New York State:
BENJAMIN HAVILAND
William Burnet, Esq., Captain-General and Governor. Whereas, BENJAMIN HAVILAND, late of Rye, in the County of Westchester, died intestate, Letters of Administration are granted to his wife, Charity Haviland, May 16, 1724. [4]
Children
  1. Benjamin Haviland [3]
  2. Charity Haviland [3]
  3. Isaac "Tuck" Haviland [3]
  4. Solomon Haviland [3]

Life

According to the History of Rye, Benjamin conveyed a farm of one hundred and thirty acres in Harrison to his son Ebenezer. (County Record, lib. G. P. 6). [5] "Benjamin owned land adjoining his father's and brothers' as will be noted under his father's real estate records." [3]

Death & Burial

He died 16 May 1724 in Rye, NY. [2] It would seem that he died a couple years before his father, at the young age of 34, and since they both have the same name and died in Rye, this has caused some genealogical confusion.

Sources

Footnotes

  1. Cutter, Southern New York, p. 463.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Saint Nicholas Society.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 Frost, Haviland. p. 70-71.
  4. Abstracts of Wills.
  5. Baird, History of Rye.

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