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6. Benjamin, s. of Benjamin (4), m. Lydia Brown 16 Jan. 1698-9; she d. 13 May 1711, and he m. Elizabeth Phipps 25 Dec. 1715; she d. 7 Jan. 1728-9, and he m. Mary Whiting 21 Oct. 1731. His chil. were Benjamin, b. 21 May 1702; Lydia, b. 24 Aug. 1704, d. 10 Aug. 1718; Keziah, b. 28 Mar. 1707; John, b. 12 Nov. 1709, d. 22 Sept. 1ldren were baptized together, 29 May 1709. Thomas the f. resided at Menot., a part of his estate, described in the inventory, consisted of a lease parol, under Mr. Whiting, minister, Concord. This doubtless refers to the farm leased to the father of Thomas by Lieut.-gov. Danforth, of whom Mr. Whiting was one of the devisees. He Mr. Whiting was one of the devisees. He d. about 1717, and his w. Mary administered 23 Sept. 1717; she was living, 9 Sept. 1727, and petitioned for an allowance on account of her taking care of her grandson, Thomas Whittemore, the only heir of her deceased husband. I think Hudson mistakes in supposing this Thomas (the f.) to be son of Francis Whitmore. 9. Joseph, s.
6. Benjamin, s. of Benjamin (4), m. Lydia Brown 16 Jan. 1698-9; she d. 13 May 1711, and he m. Elizabeth Phipps 25 Dec. 1715; she d. 7 Jan. 1728-9, and he m. Mary Whiting 21 Oct. 1731. His chil. were Benjamin, b. 21 May 1702; Lydia, b. 24 Aug. 1704, d. 10 Aug. 1718; Keziah, b. 28 Mar. 1707; John, b. 12 Nov. 1709, d. 22 Sept. 1ldren were baptized together, 29 May 1709. Thomas the f. resided at Menot., a part of his estate, described in the inventory, consisted of a lease parol, under Mr. Whiting, minister, Concord. This doubtless refers to the farm leased to the father of Thomas by Lieut.-gov. Danforth, of whom Mr. Whiting was one of the devisees. He Mr. Whiting was one of the devisees. He d. about 1717, and his w. Mary administered 23 Sept. 1717; she was living, 9 Sept. 1727, and petitioned for an allowance on account of her taking care of her grandson, Thomas Whittemore, the only heir of her deceased husband. I think Hudson mistakes in supposing this Thomas (the f.) to be son of Francis Whitmore. 9. Joseph, s.