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The Benjamins of Cecil County, Maryland

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English
New York, New York : New York Public Library, 1993
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: [Long Island City? N.Y. : H.N. Brown, 1943]. 1, 11 leaves.

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Reproduced from typescript.

Signed: Harvey N. Brown.

Joseph Benjamin (1748-1825) was born at London, England, and immigrated to Virginia in 1766 and served in the Revolutionary War from Amelia County, Virginia. Joseph Benjamin, his wife, Elizabeth Winchester, and five children, were living in Harford County, Maryland, by 1790. He and his children were living at Charlestown, Cecil County, Maryland, by 1800. Descendants listed, chiefly descendants of his son, George Benjamin (1783-1865), lived in Maryland and elsewhere.

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