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James Whitsey Bambrook and Elizabeth




Husband James Whitsey Bambrook 1,2

           Born: 29 Jan 1784 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
     Christened: 1 Feb 1784 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: William Bambrook (Abt 1756-1804) 1,2
         Mother: Mary (Abt 1759-1812) 1,2


    Partnership: 




Wife Elizabeth 1

            AKA: Bambrook
           Born: Est 1784
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Mary Ann Bambrook 1

           Born: 1812
     Christened: 29 Jan 1812 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Elizabeth Bambrook 1

           Born: 1813 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
     Christened: 22 Jul 1813 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
           Died: 
         Buried: 20 Jan 1814 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
         Spouse: Never Married


3 F Elizabeth Bambrook 1

            AKA: Lucas
           Born: 1815
     Christened: 28 Jun 1815 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: William Lucas (Est 1815-      ) 1
           Marr: 22 May 1837 - , Pitsford, Northants, England



4 F Emma Bambrook 1

            AKA: Watts
           Born: 1817
     Christened: 29 Aug 1817 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: William Watts (Est 1817-      ) 1
           Marr: 4 Aug 1834 - , Pitsford, Northants, England




Notes (Partnership)

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George N. Benbrook and Helena




Husband George N. Benbrook

           Born: Aug 1864 - , , , New Jersey
     Christened: 
           Died: After 1922
         Buried: 


         Father: Stephen Norman Benbrook (1829-1912) 3
         Mother: Mary Ann McAdams (1837-1922)


    Partnership: 




Wife Helena

           Born: Mar 1867 - , , , New Jersey
     Christened: 
           Died: After 1920
         Buried: 


General Notes (Husband)

1920 Census, Bridge Street, ED 140, Bridgewater, Somerset, New Jersey
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William Bambrook and Mary




Husband William Bambrook 1,2

            AKA: Willliam Benbrook
           Born: Abt 1756 - , , , England
     Christened: 
           Died: Oct 1804 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
         Buried: 8 Oct 1804 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
    Partnership: Abt 1780




Wife Mary 1,2

           Born: Abt 1759 - , , , England
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 27 May 1812 - , Pitsford, Northants, England



Children
1 M Stephen Benbrook 1,3

           Born: 1 Jan 1781 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 2 Sep 1847 - , , Somerset, NJ
         Buried: Sep 1847 - Bedminster Reformed Church Cemetery, Bedminster, Somerset, NJ
         Spouse: Sarah Brown (1785-1868) 1
           Marr: 11 Nov 1806 - , Carlton, Northants, England



2 M James Bambrook 1,2

           Born: 29 Aug 1782 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
     Christened: 1 Sep 1782 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
           Died: 1783
         Buried: 27 Jul 1783 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
         Spouse: Never Married


3 M James Whitsey Bambrook 1,2

           Born: 29 Jan 1784 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
     Christened: 1 Feb 1784 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elizabeth (Est 1784-      ) 1



4 F Sarah Bambrook 1,2

            AKA: Brown
           Born: 12 Nov 1785 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
     Christened: 20 Nov 1785 - , Pitsford, Northants, England
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: William Brown (1774-1848) 1
           Marr: 28 Jun 1810 - , Pitsford, Northants, England




General Notes for Child Stephen Benbrook

From Beth Fyans' database:

BIRTH: date from Death record found in the BEDMINSTER REFORMED DUTCH CHURCH records FHL Book 974.944/B1 V2p (see below)

1847 DEATH: date from Death record found in the BEDMINSTER REFORMED DUTCH CHURCH records FHL Book 974.944/B1 V2p Deaths Bedminster reformed Dutch Church, 1840-1908, page 240, (see below)

BENBROOK, Stephen Sep 2, 1847 Inf. of Stomach, Bedminster Church Yard, age 66 yrs.

1848: ESTATE RECORD for STEPHEN BENBROOK to heirs. FHL Film # 903,586 pg 279-285.
1848 ESTATE of Stephen Benbrook: FHL Film # 903,586 pg 279
Know all men by these present, that we ABRAHAM V. D. HONEYMAN and ELIZABETH his wife, being one of the heirs of STEPHEN BENBROOK, deceased, do hereby acknowledge that we have recieved from THOMAS HARDY, RALPH DAVENPORT, and JOHN M. MANN, commissioners appointed to sell the real estate of the said STEPHEN BENBROOK, dec'd. The sum of threehundred and eighty six dollars and sixty cents in full of the distributive share of the said ELIZABETH of the said proceeds if the of the said real estate according to the report of said commissoners and their account filed in the Surrogates office of the county of Somerset, May term 1848: And we do hereby release and discharge the said commissioners any further liablity or accountablity to us on our account of said sales: A.V.D. HONEYMAN -- BETSY HONEYMAN Wittness our hands and seal this sixth day of June, Eighteen Hundred and forty eight. Signed and sealed in the presence of B. WARD
State of New Jersey, Middlesex county, ss. On the Seventh day of July Eighteen Hundred and forty eight personally came before me the subscriber, one of the Judges of the court of common pleas of said county, Abraham V.D. Honeymand and Elizabeth, his wife, known to me as the Releasors above named. And I having made known to them the nature and contents of the above release. They did acknowledge that they executed the same as their voluntary ait and deed for the uses and purposes as within expressed: And the said Elizabeth upon a private examination, seperate from her husband, acknowledged that she executed the same freely without any fear, threats or complusion of her husband. B. WARD. Recorded the 18th day of October 1841, by C. Morton, Surrogat.

1848 ESTATE: Estate of Stephen Benbrook. Film # 903,586 pg. 280
Know all men by these present, that I JONATHAN BOYD and MARY FRANCES BOYD, the said Mary Francies being on of the heirs at law of Stephen Benbrook dec'd do hereby acknowledge that we have recieved from THOMAS HARDY, RALPH DAVENPORT, and JOHN M. MANN, commissioners appointed to sell the real estate of the the said STEPHEN BENBROOK, dec'd. The sum of three hundred and eighty six dollars and sixty cents in full of the distributive share of the said MARY FRANCES of the sale of the said real estate according to the report of said commissioners and their account filed in the Surrogates office of the county of Somerset, May term 1848: and we do hereby release and discharge the said commissioners any further liability or accountablity to us on our account of said sales. JONATAN P. BOYD --- MARY F. BOYD Wittness our hands and seal this sixth day of June, Eighteen Hundred and forty eight. Signed and sealed in the presence of PETER R. RUNYON
State of New Jersey, Middlesex County, SS. On the thirteenth day of June Eighteen Hundred and Forty eight personally came fefore me, the subscriber, one of the judges of the inferior court of Common pleas of said county, Jonathan Boyd and Mary Frances Boyd, his wife know to me as the releasers above named. I having made known to them the nature and contents of the above instrument of release they saverlly acknowledged that the executed the same freely of their own will and accord for the uses purposes Wherein expressed: and the said May Frances being examend seperate and apart from her said husband, acknowledged that she executed the same without any fear, threats or compulsions of her husband. B. Ward Recorded the 18th day of October 1849 By C. Morton, Surragat

1849 ESTATE: Estate of Stephen Benbrook. Film #903,586 pg. 281
Know al men by these present, that I, THOMAS ISAACS, and SARAH, his wife, the said Sarah being one fo the heirs at law of STEPHEN BENBROOK, dec'd. do hereby acknowledge that we have recieved from THOMAS HARDY, RALPH DAVENPORT and JOHN M. MANN, Commissioners appointed to sell the real estate of the said STEPHEN BENBROOK, dec'd. the sum of three hundred and eighty dollars and sixty cents in full of the distribution share of the said SARAH in the proceeds of the sale of said real estate according to the report of the said Commisioners and their account filed in the Surrogates office of the county of Somerset May term 1848: and I do here by releasee and discharge the said Commissioners from any further liability or accountability to us on account fo sales: THOMAS ISAACS (x mark) --- SARAH ANN ISAACS (x mark) Wittness our hands and seals this sixth day of June Eighteen Hundred and forty eight. Signed and sealed in the presence of H.M. GASTON
State of New Jersey, Somerset County, ss. On this twenty ninth day of March Eighteen Hundred and forty nine personally appeared before me the subscriber, one of the Masters of the Coourt of Chancery, said that the above named THOMAS ISAACS and SARAH ANN ISAACS. I having made known to them the nature and contents fo the above instrument of release, They did acknowledge that they executed the same freely of their voluntary act and deed for the uses and purposes therein expresses. H.M. GASTON Recorded October 18th, 1849. C. Morton, Surrogate

1848 ESTATE: Estate of Stephen Benbrook. FHL. Film # 903,586 pg. 282
Know all men by these present, that I, WILLIAM BENBROOK, one of the heirs at law of STEPHEN BENBROOK dec'd. Do hereby acknowledge that I have recieved from THOMAS HARDY, RALPH DAVENPORT and JOHN M. MANN Commissioners appointed to sell the real estate of the said STEPHEN BENBROOK, deceased, by the hands of JOHN M. MANN the sum of Three hundred and eighty six dollars and sixty cents in full of my distribution share of the proceeds of the sale of said real estate according to the report of said commissioners and their account filed in the Surrogates of the county of Somerset, May term 1848. And I do hereby release and discharge the said commissioners from any further liability or accountability to me on account of said sale. WILLIAM BENBROOK
Signed and released in the presence of LEONARD BUNN
Somerset County, ss, State of New Jersey, ss. Personally appeared before me the subscriber, one of the judges of the court of Common Pleas of said county. He above named WILLIAM BENBROOK known to me as the person who executed the above instrument of release and I having made known to him the nature and contents there of, he acknowledges that he signed X ruled. The same as his voluntary act and deed for the ___ and purposes therein expressed. Acknowledged before me June 6th 1848. LEONARD BUNN

1848 ESTATE: Estate of Stephen Benbrook. FHL Film # 903,586 pg 283
Know all men by these present, that I, CHARLES BENBROOK, one of the heirs at law of STEPHEN BENBOOK, deceased, do hereby acknowledge that I have recieved from THOMAS HARDY, RALPH DAVENPORT and JOHN M. MANN, commissioners appointed to sell the real estate of STEPHEN BENBROOK, deceased. The sum of three hundred and eighty six dollars and sixty cents in full for my distrubutive share of the proceeds of the sale of said real estate according to the report of said Commissioners and their account filed in the office fo the surrogate of the county of Somerset: And I do hereby release and discharge the said Commissioners from any further lilability or accountablity to me on account of said sales. Witness my hand and seal this sixth day of June eighteen hundred and forty eight. CHARLES BENBROOK
Signed and sealed in the presence of James Taylor
State of New Jersey, Somerset County, ss On the Twelth day of June eighteen hundred and forty eight. Personally came before me, the subscriber, one of the judges of the court of common pleas in said county, The above named Charles Benbrook and I having made known to him the nature and contents of the above instrument of Release; he did acknowledge that the signed and sealed the same as his voluntary act and deed for the uses and purposes therein expresses. James Taylor

1848 ESTATE: Estate of Stephen Benbrook. FHL Film # 903,586, pg 285
Know all men by these present, that I, HENRY BENBROOK one of the heirs at law of STEPHEN BENBROOK, dec'd, do hereby acknowledge that I have recieved from THOMAS HARDY, RALPH DAVENPORT and JOHN M. MANN, commissioners appointed to sell the real estate of the said STEPHEN BENBROOK, dec'd. The sum of three hundred and eighty six dollars and sixty cents in full of my distrutive share of the proceeds of the said of said real estate according to the report of said commissioners and their account filed in the Surrogates office of the county of Somerset May term 1848: And I do hereby release and discharge the said Commissioners from any further liability or accountability to me on account of said sales. Witness my hand and seal this sixth day of June Eighteen Hundred and forty eight. HENRY BENBROOK Signed and sealed in the presence of PETER P. RUNYON
State of New Jersy, Middlesex county, ss. On thirteenth day of June Eighteen hundred and forty eight personally appeared before me the subscriber one of the judges of the court of Common pleas of said county the above named Henry Benbrook, who I am satisfied is the releasor above named. And I having made known to him the nature and contents there of, He did acknowledge that he signed and sealed the above instrument of release as his own voluntary act and deed for the uses and prupoes therein expressed. Peter P. Runyon

1848 ESTATE: Estate of Stephen Benbrook. FHL Film # 903,586 pg. 284
Recieved May 27th, 1848 of JOHN M. MANN, one of the Commissioners appointed to sell the real estate of STEPHEN BENBROOK, dec'd. The sum of three hundred and eighty six dollars and sixty cents in full of the distributive share of the proceeds of said sale of STEPHEN NORMAN BENBROOK, a minor, one of the heirs at law of the said STEPHEN BENBROOK, dec'd. And I do herby as the guardian of the said minor releas exonerate and discharge the said commissioners from the further payment of said distrubutive share as per the dividend as contained by a settlement of the accounts of said commissioners in the Orphans Court of the County of Somerset. Witness my hand and seal this twenty seventh day of May Eighteen Hundred and forty eight. BENJAMIN VAN DYKE Signed and sealed in the presence of L. BUNN
State of New Jersey, Comerset county, ss. Personally appeared before me one of the Judges of the Inferior Court of Common pleas in and for said County, Benjamin Van Dyke, Known to me as the person who signed the above writing, And I having made known to him the nature and contents there of, he did acknoledge tht he signed and sealed the same as his own volentary act and deed for the uses and purposes there in expressed. Acknowledged May 27th 1848. L Bunn 3