Benjamin was listed as the head of a family on the 1790 Census in FORT MILL, SOUTH CAROLINA. North Carolina 1790 Federal Census, p.77 Name of head of family: Kimbell, Benj., Sen Free white males of 16 years and upward, including heads of families: 2 Free white males under 16 years: 1 Free white females, including heads of families: 2 All other free persons: 8
His plantation was called "Roan Oak", named after the river it bordered, known to us now as the "Roanoke". (In some documents his plantation is spelled Roanoke and others as two words of "Roan Oak". Benjamin served in the North Carolina Militia, according to the Milita records. He was also a supporter of the Revolutionary war, and based upon this received some land with the Revolutionary land grants. He also was a member of the Masonic Lodge, documented in Lodge minutes, with his cousin Peter, Buckner, and brother William Kimbell. Most of his plantation is now under water along the Granville and Warren county borders.
Benjamin son of Joseph Kimball and Sarah Adams,Born 1708 Brunswick Co. Va. Died Feb.4, 1711,Camden Dristrict,Chester,SC. (1)•Name: Benjamin KIMBALL •Surname: Kimball •Given Name: Benjamin •Sex: M •Birth: 1708 in Brunswick Co, VA •Death: BEF 4 Feb 1786 in Camden District, Chester Co., S.C.
•Married: ABT 1728 in , Brunswick, Virginia Children 1. Joseph KIMBALL 2. Elizabeth KIMBALL b: 1758 in Camden District, Chester County, SC Marriage 2 Lucy Catherine SHEARIN b: 1715 in Prince George Co., VA
Children 1. Frederick KIMBALL b: 1746 in , Granville Co., NC 2. Benjamin KIMBALL b: ABT 1748 in Camden District, Chester Co., S.C. 3. Charles KIMBALL b: ABT 1750 in Camden District, Chester Co., S.C. 4. John KIMBALL b: ABT 1752 in Camden District, Chester Co., S.C. 5. Lucy KIMBALL b: ABT 1754 in Camden District, Chester Co., S.C. 6. Mary KIMBALL b: 1756 in Camden District, Chester County, SC
Marriage 3 Mary •Married: ABT 1763 Children 1. Fanny KIMBALL b: 1760 in Camden District, Chester County, SC
(2)Land: Benjamin Kimball was living in Newbern, VA in 19 Apr 1745, when he petitioned for 200 acres in Edgecombe Co, N.C. !Birthdate: Based on land bounty he received in 1728, assuming he would receive this around age 20 years of age. !Deathdate: Died in 1785/6 in Henry Hampton Ord. Camden County, SC. Benjamin wrote his will in 1781, but it was filed on 4 Feb 1786.
Benjamin Kimball is mentioned in the 20th Century Shearin Genealogy as a husband of Lucy Catherine Shearin. Benjamin was a legatee in her father, Joseph Shearin's will. He and his wife Lucy Catherine signed as a witness to the will. He was born about 1706 in Virginia and died in 1794 in Warren County, North Carolina. He left an extensive will Dec 12, 1794 in Warren, North Carolina listing all of his nine children, David, William, Leonard, James, Benjamin Jr., Charles, Ransom, Rebecca Armistead, and Amey Jones. He does not mention Lucy or any wife because apparently she had preceded him in death. He requested after several things were listed about his estate that his farm was to be sold and after paying off all his debts were to be divided between his children. An extensive inventory was taken and his children are listed again as receiving inheritances.
As you can see, he is listed dying in South Carolina, and North Carolina,The will posted on here Clearly list Warren County North Carolina as it's origin. And Also lists Rebecca Armistead as one of his children.
Benjiman was born about 1708. 
Name: Benjamin A Kimball Gender: Male Birth Place: VA Birth Year: 1708 Spouse Name: Elizabeth Moore Spouse Birth Year: 1710 Number Pages: 1 Source Information Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900
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On 10 Aug 2014 at 15:20 GMT Philip Smith wrote: